Vivy - Fluorite Eye's Song Original Soundtrack

Version: Japan
Audio CD
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Product Features

  • 2 Disc Edition
  • Comes with a booklet

track listing

Disc 1:
1. Project : Singularity
2. The Archives
3. Smile a Little More
4. Navi -Usual Conversation-
5. Hacking
6. Matsumoto, the Stuffed Bear
7. The Scourge of the Future
8. Vivy -The First Battle-
9. The Minutes Are Ticking Away
10. A Flowchart of Fate
11. On-Screen Malevolence
12. Vivy -Progressive-
13. The Mission at Hand
14. Vivy -Cutting Edge-
15. Anti-AIism -Theme of Toak-
16. ”It’s not about how long we live, it’s how we live.”
17. Vivy -Unrivaled-
18. When It’s All Over
19. Putting Forth My Heart and Soul
20. Matsumoto -He Will Surely Come-
21. Entrusted Future
22. Peaceful Moment in a Sunrise
23. The Pinky Promise
24. Remembering You, Forever

Disc 2:
1. Metal Float -Beyond Control-
2. Hatred -Theme of KAKITANI-
3. The Happiest Moment of His Life is...
4. A Crushing Farewell
5. Diva -The Perfect Singer-
6. La Campanella
7. From Lament to Determination
8. Time Flies
9. Fluorite Eye’s Song -Prototype-
10. Sleep Well, Vivy
11. Up Against the Formidable
12. The Core of ARAYASHIKI
14. I Rely on Your Song
15. Fluorite Eye’s Song -Piano Version-
16. Tenderness between Sisters
17. The Invisible Fear
18. Gruesome Scene
19. “Pardon ??”
20. Hope for The Future

Item Description

Original soundtrack of the TV animation Vivy - Fluorite Eye's Song. Contains the complete accompaniment by Satoru Kosaki (MONACA). Includes 44 tracks in total. Character design: Takahashi Yuichi's original digital cover artwork and slip case packaging. Special booklet is enclosed.

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Great release, good tracks
First things first: There are some surprising omissions in this compilation - the vocal numbers, including the show opener and the ending song from the final episode. This release has purely instrumental tracks.
The music is produced by studio MONACA, better known for their work on NieR: Automata and Drakengard. I'm almost surprised at how tame and conventional many of the compositions appear to be, but they do a few things that show a great level of care and attention towards the anime. Fans of the anime will not be disappointed in the slightest.
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