Cowboy Bebop Vitaminless Import, Soundtrack
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2. Odd Ones -- A jazzy BGM, very cool. ;)
3. Doggy Dog -- A bizarre and hilarious, but also very fun, percussive piece.
4. Cats on Mars -- The übercute theme of Ed, this is my own personal anthem! ^_- Voiced by Gabriela Robin, who seems to grace every work Yoko Kanno touches... hmmm...
5. Spy -- A chic psuedo-spy BGM. ;)
6. Fantaisie Sign -- A rather etherial technoish piece voiced and lyricised in French by Carla Vallet.
7. Piano Bar I -- A snazzy bit of piano jazz BGM.
8. Black Coffee (Hidden Track) -- A zany jazz piece featuring some interesting voiceovers. ;) "Won't you please have some coffee with me?" "Nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnno!"
All in all, an absolutely excellent addition to any musical library. I highly reccomend all the Cowboy Bebop soundtracks: COWBOY BEBOP (OST I), NO DISC (OST II), Vitaminless (Mini-Album), BLUE (OST III), and Music For Freelance (Remix Album).
As I said, I can't get enough of any of the music from Bebop. Yoko Kanno is an absolutely incredible composer and I highly reccomend any work of hers to any fan of music anywhere. ;)
That being said...
Why, oh why was The Real Folk Blues not on the first OST? There is no good god damned reason to have the opening and closing themes on different discs!
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This was a cute little album, but not really worth owning except for the few unreleased songs on it. I have it only because of that reason, I collect Yoko Kanno albums. Read morePublished on January 6, 2006 by E. N. Abentroth
$26.99 for seven songs? I like every Cowboy Bebop album, but you can find this one with the remix "music for freelance" songs all on one album, at other places. Read morePublished on April 8, 2004 by Autumn May
this cd is very good. i especially love "cats on mars". I would highly reccomend this for anyone who likes cowboy bebop. Read morePublished on May 9, 2002 by Arignote