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Zettai Kareshi Original Soundtrack

Zettai Kareshi Original Soundtrack


Warner Music
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Original Name  絶対彼氏 オリジナル・サウンドトラック
Official Release Date Jun 25, 2008
Genre Video Game Soundtrack
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0002220778
Catalog No.  WPCL-10486
Item Code  4943674081363

track listing

1 未知の到来
2 森の音色
3 テーブルクロスの上で
4 サイバーテイル
5 風船の国
6 もう少しこのままで
7 イルミネイト・イリュージョン
8 エール
9 電脳世界の神殿
10 別れの日
11 おかえり<ドラマVer.-インスト>
12 凱旋
13 Duel
14 Daily
15 Run Run Run
16 Feel The Wind
17 Tear Drop
18 Good Luck
19 Gravity
20 Believe

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novamassuimo (1) on 08, May. 2010 04:34 (HKT)
A cool mix of orchestra and techno music
I love the jdrama "Absolute Boyfriend", so when I found this CD I knew I had to buy it!

Over all, I'm very pleased. The album has all the music from the series and each song reminds me of a special or funny moment from the show. There's the soft and expressive melodies with flutes and harp, and even the goofy, "oh-gosh-Night's-done-something-embarrassing-again" song that features random backup singers going "Dum-dum-dum datata daa!!!" and electric guitar.

The songs move smoothly from orchestra pieces to techno and back, in a blend that probably only Japanese composers could pull off so nicely. There's also a nice saxophone solo (on a soprano?) that I don't actually remember from the show, but it still fits well. I also love the beautiful instrumental version of "Okaeri". I thought maybe they'd have the one by Ayaka as well, but this CD only has the instrumental. Just FYI.

If you love the show, you'll probably enjoy this album. But if bouncy jpop with bright lyrics is more your style, you might be a little disappointed at first, though this album does tend to grow on a person.
I'm more then happy with this CD and I know I'm going to enjoy listening to it for a long time! ^ ^
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