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    Death Note, especially "Dirge" (track number 26 on the ost if I remember correctly)
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    I haven't seen Death Note yet. People say it's really really god, but I haven't had the time

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    Don't waste your time. If it plays out like the manga, it starts out strong, but starts to drag really badly, especially toward the end. The movies look promising, but the other incarnations are a perfect example of a good concept falling victim to greed and being drawn out so far that the entire thing fails.

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    His and Her Circumstances, hands down. I actually like it more than the series itself.

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    AIR has great music.

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    Cowboy Bebop and FLCL/Fooly Cooly/Furi Kuri have always been my favorite when it comes to music.

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    An anime music thread an the name Kajiura Yuki hasn't come up once? (I've noticed some of her works mentioned though...). Kajiura Yuki is my hero and personal goddess of anime music. Anyways she created the music of:

    .Hack://SIGN (This was a good anime, but it would have been nothing without it's vibrant brain-teasing soundtrack which brought everything to life. From the Indian-desert-sounding Magic and Sword to the the melancholy of Say Goodbye, this soundtrack was perfect.)
    Tsubasa Chronicle (5-stars for Tsubasa, styles of music from all over the world seem to complement eachother perfectly. Dark, chanting vocals and haunting violin solos provide a mysterious feel, and sad and exciting sounds are incorperated to perfectly suit each emotion of the story)
    Le Protrait de Petite Cosette (A wonderfully melancholy sound, very dark, yet somehow relaxing)
    My-Hime (Itis mostly the sad and emotional themes that really shine in this series, but all the music is good)
    and more...

    other wonderful soundtracks include:
    Kanon (I am dying for the 2006 one to come out. Kanon's music has a dreamy feel; like a sort of dramatic lullaby... Piano de Kanon is one of the finest piano solo album's out there.)
    Fate/Stay Night (The soundtrack of Fate/Stay Night was simply brilliant, topping my list for anime music of 2006. Again, this soundtrack shines more in it's melancholy themes, but it's more up-beat themes like Dashing Rivals were also wonderful.)
    InuYasha (half-assed anime, drug out way to long, but a wide assortment of wonderful music. Affections Touching Across Time is quiet and emotional, very nice.)
    Full Moon wo Sagashite (the J-pop songs our heroine sings are simply awsome. A must-see for any rabid J-pop fans.)
    Hachmitsu to Clover (Awsome insert songs with great lyrics in every episode really make this series stand out, besides a nice BMG collection, kick-ass EDs too..)

    Series with notable OPs and/or EDs/Insert songs:
    NANA (All OPs/EDs/Inserts)
    Evangelion (Cruel Angel's Thesis)
    Wolf's Rain (Gravity)
    Elfen Lied (OP/ED (Lilium and Be Your Girl)
    Kannazuki no Miko (OP/ED (Re-Sublimity and Agony... Plus Chikane no Theme is absolutely divine)
    Paradise Kiss (Lonley in Gorgeous)
    Air (Tori no Uta)
    Hellsing (Logos Naki World - Oh, hell yeah.)
    Jigoku Shojou (Sakasama no Chou)
    Death Note (OP/ED (The World and Alumina)
    of course this isn't every series I could saythis of, just what comes to mind right now, I could list 100 more if I had the time and patience or thought anyone would read it anyways...

    Loveless featured a rather interesting piano solo called aniouxness... I like it. Hatful of Sorrow is also good... Chobits also has some nice piano solos...

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    My killa mix
    1. Ghost in the shell
    2. Cowboy Bebop
    3. Macross Plus
    4. Wolf's Rain
    5. Akira

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    Cowboy Bebop, then Ghost in the Shell, the FLCL

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    wolfs rain,has great music(shiro long tail f.e.)
    air ,also but i dont like it soooo much(natsukage 1st perfomance)
    gungrave,is really good (pieta)
    cowboy bebop,not to tell (blue)
    great teacher onizuka,its not that good but i like it(teacher forever)
    fma,good good(bratja,betsuri,koukai)
    FSN,cool music(requiem)
    laputa,joe hisashi is great(whole ost)
    samurai x trust and betrayal,really good (the will,memories of kotowari)
    samurai champloo,cool(it can obtain bearing,mystline)
    death note,great anime cool music(dirge,domine kira,ls theme)
    blood is just red sweat!
    every pearl of it shows that im alive!
    pain reminds me only how hard losing can be!
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    Thanks for reminding me!!! How could I forget Samurai Champloo!??!?!?!

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    Death Note ^^

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    I loved:
    Kanon's music
    Inuyasha's Music.
    Chrono Crusades Music.

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    Cowboy Bebop, FLCL, Samurai Champloo, and Afro Samurai. Though, it's mostly for the opening songs of the last two.

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    Shigetsutan Tsukihime

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    Cool

    Gundam Seed.

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    NOIR hast am besten musik

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    Quote Originally Posted by risinggundam View Post
    Gundam Seed.
    agreed, i really loved the songs form that anime. I also liked the songs from Inuyasha.

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    1. Joe Hisaishi
    2. Yoko Kanno (plus Seatbelts and Mai Yamane)
    3. Tsuneo Imahori.

    Oh, I also really like both credit songs for Outlaw Star.
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    I'm going with either Hellsing, Trigun or Outlaw Star.

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    Off the top of my head I'd say Bleach (Opening Theme : Rolling Star by YUI) has been stuck in my head for weeks now. She's only 19 too :/

    Beck has some really good songs too, I really like Moon on the Water.

    Ghost in the Shell though, opening themes for both SAC 1 & 2 really stand out to me.

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    I'm surprised nobody's mentioned Gundam Seed yet. I have the CD Symphony Seed and there's a lot violin/stringed goodness in there.

    Joe Hisaishi - Princess Mononoke, Laputa. All very emotional, lyrical and well orchestrated, as expected of Joe Hisaishi.

    Death Note Ending - Alumina is amazing. I love the fast 'tinkly' piano over the roaring electrics and drums in the chorus. Also good contrast between chorus and the verses.

    Noir, Canta per me - everyone loves this one. Strong cellos supporting a memorable melodic line.

    Elfen Lied - Half of it was really creepy or morbid sounding, which suits the anime of course. I listen to it when I'm in a murderous mood.


    Others I enjoy:
    Mai Hime, FMA, FMP (had a few good ones in there), Eureka 7 (again, a few good ones in here..for some reason, I love Anemone's theme), DNAngel (very melodious), Kannazuki no Miko (one of the saddest sounding OSTs I've ever heard. It's mellow and emotional. Lots of strings.)

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    id have to say that miasaki movies have the best soundtracks ever
    go team venture!!

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