By Chris Melchin / August 18th, 2015
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the original Neon Genesis Evangelion anime, which launched on October 4, 1995. The celebrations have been going on throughout the year, with the newest addition to the festivities having just been announced.
Bernie Grundman Mastering will be releasing the original soundtrack from the anime on vinyl record on September 9th. It will be a two-LP set, with album art illustrated by Takeshi Honda, the animation director for the mecha from the anime and numerous other series, including Sailor Moon S, Rozen Maiden and BECK.
The tracklist has been released:
- Cruel Angel’s Thesis (Director’s Edit Version) / Yoko Takahashi
- FLY ME TO THE MOON
- ANGEL ATTACK
- Rei 1
- Hedgehog’s Dilemma
- BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
- ASUKA STRIKES
- A STEP FORWARD INTO TERROR
- DECISIVE BATTLE
- THE BEAST
- MARKING TIME,WAITING FOR DEATH
- Rei 2
- FLY ME TO THE MOON(Instrumental)
- FLY ME TO THE MOON (YOKO TAKAHASHI Acid Bossa Version)
The record set will sell for 5000 yen, or roughly $40 USD.
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