The Unofficial Rozen Maiden (2013) OST Download


Rozen Maiden (ローゼンメイデン Rōzen Meiden?) is a manga series created by art-duo Peach-Pit. The story centers on Jun Sakurada, a young hikikomori boy that forms a bond with Shinku, a living doll of the “Rozen Maiden” series, who was created by the mysterious dollmaker Rozen hundreds of years ago. The series examines the living habits and personality of each of the Rozen Maidens whom Jun encounters, as well as their quest to become the perfect girl, named “Alice”.

Rozen Maiden was originally serialized in Monthly Comic Birz from 2002 to 2007 and in English by Tokyopop from 2006 to 2008. A new manga series started in April 2008, now in Weekly Young Jump, but still published monthly. The manga was adapted as a two-season anime: Rozen Maiden, airing from October to December 2004, and Rozen Maiden: Träumend, from October 2005 to January 2006. A following two-part special, Rozen Maiden: Ouvertüre, aired on December 2006. The anime held various differences from the original plot of the manga. An upcoming new series was revealed in November 2012, set to premiere in July 2013.

The first manga was adapted into a two-season anime. The first season ran from 7 October 2004 to 23 December 2004. The second season appeared a year later, it was subtitled Träumend (トロイメント toroimento?, German for “dreaming”), and ran from 20 October 2005 to 5 January 2006. In 2006, a two-episode special titled Ouvertüre (オーベルテューレ ōberutyūre?, German for “overture”) was aired on December 22 and 23, further expanding on the background of the characters.

The anime adaptation, although using the same premise as the manga, develops a different story, and introduces original characters that have not made an appearance in the manga. Both TV series and the special were directed by Kō Matsuo and aired in Japan in TBS and BS-i (now BS-TBS). The Japanese bands Ali Project and Kukui provided the opening themes and closing themes, respectively, of each production. In TV Asahi’s “Top 100 Anime Ranking” polled in 2006, Rozen Maiden was ranked 9th on the list.

The second season, Rozen Maiden: Träumend, was an original arc that diverges from the manga. Continuing from the first season, Jun has not yet returned to middle school, but studies at home to compensate for the lost time. He is also more willing to socialize, especially with his classmate Tomoe, and he has grown fond of living with the ever-present Rozen Maiden dolls.

A new anime adaptation will air in Summer 2013. The anime will be directed by Mamoru Hatakeyama at Studio DEEN, with Tomomi Mochizuki serving as the Scriptwriter. Shinkichi Mitsume will return as the music composer for the series as well as Ali Project once again performing the opening theme. The cast from the previous anime will return to reprise their respective roles.

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

Title: Watashi no Bara wo Kaminasai (私の薔薇を喰みなさい; Eat my Roses)
Release Date: 2013/07/24
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 58.7 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Watashi no Bara wo Haminasai
2. Fraulein Rose
3. Otome no Aganai
4. Watashi no Bara wo Haminasai (Instrumental)
5. Fraulein Rose (Instrumental)
6. Otome no Aganai (Instrumental)

Title: Alternative
Artist: Annabel
Release Date: 2013/08/07/td>
Released By: Nipponsei
File Size: 53.4 MB
File Format: MP3 | 320kps
Tracklist: 1. Alternative
2. Ao ni Tokeru
3. Alternative (instrumental)
4. Ao ni Tokeru (instrumental)


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