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Last Exile, Vol. 1 Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (February 17, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • ASIN: B00012QLZU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #306,744 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cloud Age Symphony - Shuntaro
2. A Morning In Norkia
3. Workin' On The Cloud
4. To The Race
5. Prayer For Love - Hitomi
6. Brave Willing
7. Cover Stories
8. Flyin' To Fly
9. Requiem To The Air - Hitomi
10. Hello, Kitty Girl
11. Chivalry Spirits
12. Advances
13. Naval Affair
14. All Is Over
15. Skywriting - Shuntaro
16. Silverna
17. Vanishing Point
18. Complicated Decision
19. Over the Sky - Hitomi

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you've seen Last Exile, then some of this music will be familiar. If not, I can still recommend this music (most of it is symphony music, rather than vocal songs.). There are very few "synth" or "midi" tunes here - it's mostly all REAL instruments. Here is the music that's contained on this album:
1. Cloud Age Symphony - the opening song, but this is an extended version. Has vocals.
2. A Morning in Norkia - Very upbeat, cute, perky music
3. Workin' on the Cloud - Slightly tense violin (or violin-like instrument) and flutes play back and forth and build up.
4. To the Race - the name really evokes the feel of this piece. Playful and uplifting
5. Prayer for Love - Thoughtful but not depressing harp music with a pretty vocal. Kind of angelic.
6. Brave Willing - "Strutting" music, rather upbeat
7. Cover Stories - a more somber piece, a bit meloncholy/lonesome
8. Flyin' to Fly - a tense, exciting piece, rather exotic in some parts
9. Requiem in the Air - Angelic vocals. Very lovely
10. Hello, Kitty Girl - Cute, playful as it sounds! Alvis' theme, you could say.
11. Chivalry Spirits - Dramatic, gives the impression of vast movement, grand ships and tenseness
12. Advances - very "Naval" sounding. That's Navy, not bellybutton.
13. Naval Affair - Dramatic, tense, battle-like
14. All is Over - Rather somber piece, as though reaching the ending of something (probably hence the name)
15. Skywriting - a Vocal track, definitely not one of my favorites. Sounds like a Japanese verison of The Beatles.
16. Silverna - Slow and bombastic yet mysterious. Switches to dramatic mid-song.
17. Vanishing Point - Battle-like, dramatic
18. Complicated Decision - Sad, mournful, wistful
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on August 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The first half of the CD is pretty much incredibly good (highlights being the refreshingly upbeat Morning in Norkia and the sly Cover Stories that has a surprising change of pace about halfway through). The second half of the CD sounds pretty much like a soundtrack; it's still good, but, well, it's a soundtrack -- and it sounds like it. The Japanese vocal tracks are all quite nice (5,9,19). Skywriting (track 15), however, is not in Japanese; it's in poor English and completely out of place on this disc. Don't buy this disk just for Cloud Age Symphony (opening credits, track 1) as it's an expanded version from the opening credits and you may not like it as much. But between Morning in Norkia and Cover Stories with a lot of decent supporting tracks around them, this CD is was a good buy for me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T. Pahnisch on February 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Immediately after I viewed the first few episodes in this series, and heard some of the extraordinary music, I immediately went on-line and purchased both O.S.T. 1 and 2. I'll start by saying that they're both exquisite, true masterpieces. This is by far two of the best anime soundtrack out there, heck, it's two of the best albums period. The music flows angelically and the vocals sway one into a dream of some fantastic world. And alos, both albums are over 58 minutes in length, so don't expect some quick, great opening and then having it end in a very short while (Ex: Berserk soundtrack). All I can say is that this series has evn harmoniously surpassed final fantasy's splendid music. Fan of anime or not, both the series itself and the soundtracks are must buys, you won't be disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've never heard of the series before I bought the CD. My only exposure was the ending title that I caught from the 1+ minute ending clip while I waited for the next show to come up. I found out the series is called Last Exile and bought both volumes (OST 1 and 2) from that 1 minute exposure. I have to say it's the probably the best $20 dollars i've ever spent. The track styles are varied, but all of them beautiful nonetheless. And as oppose to others who have reviewed, I actually like Skywriting. I didn't at first, but after watching the anime, it made quite an impression on me. Yes the English is bad, but I've heard worse. And it does grow on you after a while. Anyway, this is one CD that you won't regret buying.
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