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Album Information
Album Revolutionary Girl Utena
Artist Shinkichi Mitsumune
Year 2004
Genre Anime

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
No Link 01 Revolutionary Girl - Overture
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2:36 57
No Link 03 Subtitle
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0:13 4
No Link 04 Sunlit Garden
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1:43 15
No Link 05 Academy Scarlet (Utena's Theme)
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1:51 7
No Link 06 Academy Lyrics
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1:10 7
No Link 07 Jump Up Beauty
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2:12 6
No Link 08 The Sigh Of The Rose (Anthy's Theme)
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2:21 7
No Link 09 She Is Refined
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1:41 5
No Link 10 Her Tragedy
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2:16 4
No Link 11 Eros' Dance
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1:42 5
No Link 12 Heart's Dice
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1:54 5
No Link 13 Invisible Rose
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1:18 6
No Link 14 Reminiscence Paradise
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1:28 5
No Link 15 Aphrodite Of Death
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1:54 9
No Link 16 Sunlit Garden - Illusion
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1:50 7
No Link 17 Person Who Shoots At The Sun
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1:24 6
No Link 18 Passionate
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2:11 7
No Link 19 The Memory Of An Idea
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1:41 8
No Link 20 Legend - The God's Name Is Abraxas
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1:12 5
No Link 21 Eye Catch
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0:22 5
No Link 22 Alien Kashira (Shadow Girl's Theme)
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2:11 5
No Link 23 Absolute Destiny Apocalypse
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2:34 22
No Link 24 Duelists
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2:00 12
No Link 25 Prayer To Dios
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2:11 6
No Link 26 When Where Who Which (Ep#1)
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1:40 4
No Link 27 Inside The Body Of The Paleozoic Era (Ep#2)
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2:03 4
No Link 28 Spira Mirabilis Theater (Ep#5)
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2:12 8
No Link 29 Angel Creation, Namely Light (Ep#7)
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2:05 5
No Link 30 Last Evolution (Ep#10)
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2:05 4
No Link 31 A Sealed Spell (Ep#11)
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1:43 4

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1 review done for this album.

Music to Revolutionize the World!
By: LadyInque
Date: 4 Jun 2015
This is the first soundtrack from an anime series from 1997. The title character enrolls at an exclusive school and finds herself drawn into a world of sword duels, secret histories, and magic. The music for the series was perfect for it, in turns dramatic, silly, and marvellous.

The music on this album falls into two main categories: eclectic instrumental score and pop/rock vocal tracks. Let’s talk about the score first. The main theme of the show is heard throughout the album. It gets its humblest expression as a piano solo in “Sunlit Garden.” The “Revolutionary Girl – Overture” is a lush, orchestral version of it. The rest of the score dances around various sounds. “She is Refined,” “Her Tragedy,” and “Eros’ Dance” sound very classy and classical. “Passionate” and “Duelists” are jazzy. Pipe organ melodrama can be found on “The Memory of an Idea” and “Legend -- The God’s Name is Abraxas”. “Alien Kashira” and “Prayer to Dios” are strange and beautiful, respectively. If you’re not familiar with the series, then these instrumental tracks are probably your best bet to explore. Some of them are quite lovely, and there is ample piano, if that’s something that you like.

Tracks 23, 26-33 are vocal tracks, which are played during the duels on the show. “Absolute Destiny Apocalypse” is one of the most famous tracks, and it played in almost every episode. It’s rock, it’s catchy, and the lyrics, should you understand the Japanese, don’t make any sense. It appears three times on the album, in regular, “Industrial Mix” and Karaoke versions. Track 35, “Truth,” is the end credits music for the first arc of the series, and sounds like standard J-pop to me. I’m not a fan, but your mileage may vary. I think these vocal tracks have more limited appeal to non-fans. If you are a fan, then you may have a favorite duelling theme. You may also be mourning the lack of track 2, “Rondo Revolution,” as I am.

I think this album is great for fans of the anime. This is good music, but out of the context of the show, I think the instrumental tracks are more rewarding for listeners here at SST.

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