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Thursday, May 25, 2006

A Volume of Symphonic Poetry

So goes the subtitle to the Best Of Eureka Seven soundtrack album which of course features Tip Taps Tip alongside other opening and closing numbers by the likes of Nirgilis and Denki Grove (I had no idea they featured on the show). The limited press version comes with a DVD which features the opening and closing credit sequences minus the credits, two versions of the opening credits of the PS2 game and an original Eureka Seven 10 minute anime.

It's available at Play-Asia, or you can get it from Amazon Japan. It actually looks to be a cut above the usual anime soundtrack deals, and with Halcali on there too, it might be worth picking up a copy.

Which reminds me, someone uploaded the Tip Taps Tip ending theme to YouTube, in case you still haven't seen it.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Novaforever said...

Thanks for upping this! I've always wanted to see it, but by the time Halcali was announced as doing the closer for it the show had been liscenced and I couldn't find it anywhere. It's pretty classy looking actually. I'm impressed. If I didn't know who Halcali was already seeing that would have interested me.

2:09 AM

 
Blogger jariten said...

I actually like this edited version of Tip Taps Tip more than the full length version in some respects. I also like how the animation in the ending credits matches the themes of the lyrics of the song.

7:37 AM

 

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