Latest OST: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya + News


Hello everybody, I hope many of you are doing well in School or work as well as preparing for exams. Don’t study to hard! Summer will be here before you know it.

Anyways, I’ve uploaded the ever popular and well known to otaku everywhere, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. You read it right. After watching this series, I can clearly see why this is very popular, and all I can say is that I enjoyed it very much. Season 2 is pretty much the same as Season 1 except with new episodes and broadcasted in chronological order, as they are pretty much the same thing series with no differences or so.

The themes I’ve upload are as follow; Opening – “Bouken Desho Desho?” (冒険でしょでしょ?; It’s an Adventure, Right? Right?) by Aya Hirano, S2 Opening – “Super Driver” by Aya Hirano, Ending – “Hare Hare Yukai” (ハレ晴レユカイ; Sunny Sunny Happiness) by Aya Hirano, Yuko Goto, and Minori Chihara, S2 Ending – “Tomare!” (止マレ!; Stop!) by Yuko Goto, Minori Chihara, and Aya Hirano, Insert – Geki Chuu Kashuu Single – “God Knows…” & “Lost My Music” by Aya Hirano (“Koi no Mikuru Densetsu (恋のミクル伝説; Mikuru Legend of Love)” by Yuko Goto as Mikuru Asahina Included), and Movie – “The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya” – “Yasashii Bōkyaku” (優しい忘却; Tender Oblivion) by Minori Chihara.

There may be another season of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya , but who knows. For now, this it until then. So enjoy.

On that note, Minori Chihara’s new official site is http://chiharaminori.net/ as her old official site http://chiharaminori.jp/ has closed along with the fanclub. (Due to contract with Avex had ended as of Mar 31, 2013) Although the new site hasn’t officially opened yet as it is still being worked on as you can see from coming soon. You can still access part of her old site through cache.

Have a nice day or night, wherever your reading from.

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The Unofficial Of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya OST Download




FROM WIKIPEDIA

Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒ Suzumiya Haruhi?) is the general name for a series of light novels written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito which were subsequently adapted into other media. Initially released in Japan in 2003 with the novel The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, it subsequently received ten additional volumes, an anime television series adaptation, four separate manga series, an animated film, two original net animation series and several video games.

After the anime adaptation airing in 2006, publishing company Kadokawa Shoten received various offers for licensing both the novels and their various adaptations. The novels are licensed for English language release in the United States by Little, Brown and Company, for young readers by Yen Press and the anime adaptation was licensed for North American distribution by Kadokawa Pictures USA division which then sublicensed production and distribution to Bandai Entertainment.

The anime adaptation of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu?), produced by the Japanese animation studio Kyoto Animation and directed by Tatsuya Ishihara, contained 14 episodes which aired in Japan between April 2 and July 2, 2006. It was originally aired in a nonlinear order, with the prologue and first seven chapters of the first novel intermixed with chapters from some of the later novels. The “next episode” previews feature two different episode numberings: one number from Haruhi, who numbers the episodes in chronological order, and one number from Kyon, who numbers them in broadcast order. The DVD releases start with “Episode 00” and are then shown in chronological order.

The anime was licensed and distributed by Bandai Entertainment over four DVDs released between May and November 2007. A complete box set was later released on July 29, 2008. It was broadcast in Italy on Rai 4 between October 24, 2010 and February 6, 2011. Each of the North American releases offered a limited edition collector’s set featuring the English dub DVD in chronological order, a subbed-only disc containing the episodes in broadcast order, and also featuring an official CD release of the opening, ending and insert songs appearing in the show.

The second season of the anime series was announced in a full-page advertisement of Asahi Shimbun on July 7, 2007 in Japan. Promotional videos included a live action sequence, inspired by the “Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody” chapter from the third novel The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya, depicting Haruhi and Kyon breaking into a school with footage taken from surveillance cameras. On December 18, 2007 the anime’s official website, haruhi.tv, was replaced by a fake 404 error with five form-input fields, a reference to the pivotal date in The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, the fourth volume in the light novel series.

A re-broadcast of the first series began in April 2009. Following a comment by Teletama one of the broadcasting stations, that the 2009 broadcast would be 28 episodes long, there was speculation that the re-broadcast would be followed by the second season, though this was not confirmed by Kadokawa at the time. The first new episode, “Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody” (笹の葉ラプソディ Sasa no Ha Rapusodi?), was aired on May 21, 2009 as the eighth episode of the re-broadcast. Unlike the original run the re-broadcast was shown in chronological order, with new episodes intermixed with the old ones. Episodes were later shown on Kadokawa’s YouTube channel after the broadcast, and also started showing English-subtitled episodes. Bandai Entertainment licensed the re-broadcast in 2010 and released a complete collection in North America on September 14, 2010. Manga Entertainment released the season in a 4-disc DVD box set, including the Haruhi-chan mini-episodes, in the UK on July 4, 2011.

Note: Only full version of OST and singles will be uploaded.
Status: Completed, but soundtracks will be uploaded when I get around to it.

OPENING
Title: Bouken Desho Desho? (冒険でしょでしょ?; It’s an Adventure, Right, Right?)
Artist: Hirano AyaG
Release Date: 2006/04/26
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 38.7 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Bouken Desho Desho?
2. Kaze Yomi Ribbon
3. Bouken Desho Desho? (off vocal)
4. Kaze Yomi Ribbon (off vocal)
Sub>Note: It was also used as the Movie OP Theme.</sub.
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S2 OPENING
Title: Super Driver
Artist: Hirano Aya
Release Date: 2009/07/22
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 61.6 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Super Driver
2. Aishite!
3. Super Driver (Off Vocal)
4. Aishite! (Off Vocal)
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ENDING
Title: Hare Hare Yukai (ハレ晴レユカイ; Sunny Sunny Happiness)
Artist: Hirano Aya, Chihara Minori and Goto Yuko
Release Date: 2006/05/10
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 38.1 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Hare Hare Yukai
2. Welcome UNKNOWN
3. Hare Hare Yukai (off vocal)
4. Welcome UNKNOWN (off vocal)
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S2 ENDING
Title: Tomare! (止マレ!; Stop!)
Artist: Hirano Aya, Chihara Minori and Goto Yuko
Release Date: 2009/08/26
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 43.1 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Tomare!
2. Senzaiteki Taiyou no Shoumei
3. Tomare! (off vocal)
. Senzaiteki Taiyou no Shoumei (off vocal)
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INSERT
Title: Geki Chuu Kashuu Single – God Knows… & Lost My Music
Artist: Hirano Aya and Goto Yuko
Release Date: 2006/06/21
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 55.5 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. God knows…
2. Lost my music
3. Koi no Mikuru Densetsu
Note: “Koi no Mikuru Densetsu (恋のミクル伝説; Mikuru Legend of Love)” by Yuko Goto as Mikuru Asahina is the opening of The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00.
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MOVIE
Title: “The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya” – Yasashii Boukyaku (優しい忘却; Tender Oblivion)
Artist: Chihara Minori
Release Date: 2010/02/24
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 45.1 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Yasashii Boukyaku
2. Yasashii Boukyaku -sonority-
3. Yasashii Boukyaku -sincerity-
4. Yasashii Boukyaku ~ Aruhi no Yume
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Shingeki no Kyojin OP Single Release Dated! (New Naruto Shippuden OP/ED Update)


Hello everybody, I hope many of you are doing well in School or work as well as preparing for exams. Don’t study to hard!

Anyways, the single release date for the opening of Shingeki no Kyojin or Attack on Titan, “Guren no Yumiya” (紅蓮の弓矢; Bow and Arrow of Crimson) by Linked Horizon, has been announced recently on his Linked Horizon’s “Shingeki no Kyojin” official site. The single will be released on Jul 10, 2013.

Linked Horizon’s official site are http://rlbd.ponycanyon.co.jp/, http://linked-horizon.com/ & http://shingeki.linked-horizon.com/

Also, the single release date for Naruto Shippuuden OP13 – “Niwaka Ame ni mo Makezu“ (ニワカ雨ニモ負ケズ; Not Even Giving In To the Sudden Rain) by NICO Touches the Walls has yet to be revealed. Fortunately, Naruto Shippuuden ED25 Single – “I Can Hear” by DISH// will be released of Jun 19, 2013.

NICO Touches the Walls’ official site is http://www.nicotouchesthewalls.com/
DISH// official site are http://www.ebidan.jp/dish.html & http://www.dish-web.com/

That is all for now.

Have a nice day or night, wherever your reading from.

2nd ED Theme Song of Kakumeiki Valvrave Revealed!


Hello everybody, I hope many of you are doing well in School or work as well as enjoyed the long weekend or holiday. So exams are coming for many of you in school, so be prepared when the time comes.

Anyways; I mention, a few days ago, that ELISA is doing the 2nd ED Theme of Kakumeiki Valvrave and it’s starting from episode 7. That time, the song title of it has yet to be revealed. Now, according the official website of Kakumeiki Valvrave and ELISA, the song title has been recently revealed. Kakumeiki Valvrave 2nd ED Theme Song is called “Soba ni Iru yo” (そばにいるよ) by ELISA and the single will be released on Jun 19, 2013.

ELISA’s official site is http://www.elisa-smile.com/
Kakumeiki Valvrave’s official site is http://www.valvrave.com/

Again; the 2nd ending theme will not be shown until episode 7, which is like in May 2013.

Have a nice day or night, wherever your reading from.