[Nemuri] AKIRA アキラ (1988-1990) Discography / Collection [2 CDs] [FLAC]
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- [1988.10.10] AKIRA｜Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
- [1990.06.30] AKIRA｜SYMPHONIC SUITE ～2017 REMASTER～
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***AKIRA: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack*** is an experimental soundtrack that was released before AKIRA SYMPHONIC SUITE (which is considered the official OST of the anime). This version included music as it appeared in the film with dialogue and sound-effects albeit ordered out of sequence.
***AKIRA: Original Soundtrack*** (AKIRA SYMPHONIC SUITE) was recorded and performed by Geinō Yamashirogumi (芸能山城組). The music was composed and conducted by musical director Shōji Yamashiro (山城 祥二). The soundtrack draws heavily from traditional Indonesian gamelan music, in addition to elements of Japanese noh music. It features music which was additionally re-recorded for release. “KANEDA”, “BATTLE AGAINST CLOWN” and “EXODUS FROM THE UNDERGROUND FORTRESS” are really part of the same song cycle — elements of “BATTLE AGAINST CLOWN” can be heard during the opening bike sequence, for example. The score is generally sequenced in the same order that the music occurs in the film. The North American version featured extensive production notes by David Keith Riddick and Robert Napton.