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Cowboy Bebop [Import, Soundtrack]

Yoko Kanno, シートベルツAudio CD
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)


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  • Audio CD (January 4, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Soundtrack
  • Label: Toha
  • ASIN: B00004RCC7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,223 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. American Money
2. Fantasie Sign
3. Dont Bother None
4. Vitamin A
5. LIVE In Baghdad
6. Cats On Mars
7. Want It All Back
8. Bindy
9. You Make Me Cool
10. Vitamin B
11. Green Bird
12. ELM
13. Vitamin C
14. Gateway
15. The Singing Sea
16. The EGG And YOU
17. Forever Broke
18. POWER OF KUNG FOOD REMIX

Editorial Reviews

Original soundtrack for Japanese animated feature. 18 tracks.

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107 of 108 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cowboy Bebop NO DISC (Original Soundtrack II) January 15, 2001
Format:Audio CD
1. American Money -- The "Big Shot!" theme! A hilarious, wild-west banjo riff, very skillfully mixed.
2. Fantaisie Sign -- An ambient and etherial techno piece, voiced by French singer Carla Vallet. Lyrics by Carla Vallet.
3. Don't Bother None -- Some hardcore blues, voiced by Mai Yamane.
4. Vitamin A -- Eyecatch BGM. ;)
5. LIVE in Baghdad -- A heavy metal piece, featuring some seriously skilled guitar! From the episode "Heavy Metal Queen." Lyrics by Gabriela Robin, vocal by Maasaki Endo.
6. Cats on Mars -- My personal anthem. ;) A bouncy, genki, lighthearted piece performed by Gabriela Robin. Lyrics by Gabriela Robin.
7. Want it All Back -- Used in a chase scene during the second episode, this rockin' song is fun to sing along to! Vocal by Mai Yamane.
8. Bindy -- A strange and fun instrumental piece with an arabic twist to it. The drum loop is skillfully done, and the layering of the two melodies creates a very fun piece. ;)
9. You Make Me Cool -- Okay, so vocalist Masayoshi Furukawa's english isn't perfect, and the song sounds like a cheesy lounge-lizard type song, but that doesn't stop it from being a good song. ;)
10. Vitamin B -- Eyecatch.
11. Green Bird -- A hauntingly beautiful chorale sung by Gabriela Robin. Featured in the cathedral scene of Cowboy Bebop Session 5, "Ballad of Fallen Angels."
12. ELM -- This is an absolutely beautiful piece. The skilled guitar and beautiful vocals provided by Pierre Bensusan make for an ambient and incredibly moving piece.
13. Vitamin C -- Eyecatch.
14. Gateway -- A fun jazz piece that may seem a little squeaky until the piano solo--but it's well worth the wait. ;)
15. The Singing Seas -- A slow jazz ballad sung by the skilled Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Green Bird February 1, 2004
By Kalika
Format:Audio CD
Heck, I'll admit that I bought this Cd just for the sake of Green Bird, my fave Bebop song, from my fave bebop episode, Ballad of Fallen Angels. However, none of the tracks proved to be a disappointment, especially to a die hard Bebop fan like myself. If you loved the series, this is the perfect CD, though I would also recomment Blue as a good soundtrack from the series. Then, when you're on vacation and far away from a DVD player and you precious Cowboy Bebop DVDs, you can pop this in your CD player and enjoy!!!!
Like my money when it comes to Bebop stuff.. Easy come, easy go.
See you, Space Cowboy
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars E-X Cuse Me! January 18, 2001
Format:Audio CD
The second installment in the series of soundtracks from one of the most incredible anime series in history is an interesting amalgamation of different sounds. Everything from heavy metal to smoky night club ballads to the blues makes an appearance, and each track is an absolute gem. Several different vocalists lend their talents to some of the songs, and the result is a perfect fit each time. There are a lot of very catchy tunes on this one, some of which I've been caught absently singing to myself; they're that memorable. How often do you do that with ANIME music? Every song will take you back; there's Ed's "theme song" ("Cats on Mars"), the unforgettable head-banger "Live in Baghdad" (from the "Heavy Metal Queen" episode), and the sing-along bluesy "Don't Bother None". There's even the theme from "Big Shot!"! At the end, there's also a surprise remix of the opening theme ("Tank!"). Fans of the series will love this volume of the soundtracks, and even those who've never heard of Cowboy Bebop will find something to their liking on this CD. Awesome.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Third best, still deserves Five Stars February 25, 2002
Format:Audio CD
Even though I consider this CD to be the weaker of the three main soundtracks, I still have much love for this offering. My personal favorite from the album is Green Bird, but then again, Ballad of Fallen Angels may be my favorite episode in all of Cowboy Bebop, so I'm tainted. This disk does contain some jazz, but not to the degree the OST 1 does. However, Tank! also makes an appearance hear with a nice little twist. All in all, this CD certainly upholds the reputation of Cowboy Bebop.
See You Space Cowboy. . .
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cowboy Bebop, Music for everyone January 6, 2006
Format:Audio CD
This album is mostly lyrical songs, but not in a bad way. This is a good album for fans of the lyrical songs of the series. The styles on this OST range from blues-rock to cowboy western to metal to sugary-sweet pop to medieval music. The range between all the vocalists is very vast and very welcome.

"American Money": Is the bounty hunter t.v. show's theme, very western with it's banjo and gunshots.

"Don't Bother None": An awesome blues-rock song sung by the gruff Mai Yamane. Here voice is rough and raw and perfectly fit for this kind of song.

"Live in Baghdad": The random metal song in the mix, with surf guitar. I love this song exactly for it's randomness in the series.

"Cats on Mars": A super-cute song! This is the absolute cutest song of the series. It's poppy, it's cute, it's fun. Hard to resist.

"Green Bird": A sweet vocal by Gabriela Robin, her voice is so gentle and nice.

"Elm": A song that sounds like a medieval ballad from a skilled guitarist. It's so beautiful and addictive, the vocals are perfectly harmonized and the skill of the guitarist is very impressive.
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