What anime has the best OST?
I loved the manga of this, does the anime hold up well too? Sorry for off topic.
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I asked one single question about the anime, it really didn't merit its own thread.
Please contain your sperging.
SZS OST is alright but the OPs and EDs more than make up for any shortfalls.
So many these days but its gotta be the don of them all hasn't it? SnW.
My personal favorite is Welcome to the NHK. So many memorable songs and it fits the show so damn perfectly.
I get goosebumps from the first time Yokuoso, Hitorri Bocchi is played.
Ping pong OST was ridiculously good.
well this is a bit like cheating
My personal favourite because it's essentially JSR/F OST.
From this year Space Dandy and Ping Pong had excellent OSTs.
The one by Susumu Hirasawa (also worked on many Satoshi Kon's movies, like Perfect Blue, Millenium Acress, Paprika and Paranoia Agent).
I have this on my alarm clock: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkYYYew8CUI , works flawlessly.
Damn, that's pretty good. Is the anime itself as funky as JSR? I remember the title from waaay before but never seen it.
Music only music but music.
Some OSTs that I'm currently enjoying. Does anyone here buy OSTs? They're a bit more niche to buy compared to other merchandise
I liked this sountrack, but overall it wouldn't be the best OST. I just like the majority of the songs on here.
Golgo 13 - The Professional OST (FLAC)
Good taste, OP, unfortunately you're on the wrong site. People here would rather discuss another flavor of the season, participate in powerlevel or waifuthreads, or just shitpost.
My 5 cents:
The OST is incredibly charming - reminds me of chill RPG games. The guy is currently working on Kokkuri-san so keep an ear out.
This anime turned out a lot worse than everyone's expectations but at-least the OST was amazing, probably the only thing on par with samurai champloo and KnK to be released this decade.
Also, why has no one mentioned Kaiji, KnK or horizon? I don't think there's a bad song on any of those soundtracks.
>Is the anime itself as funky as JSR?
Not even slightly, I watched it almost only for the OST. The manga isn't much better, Oh! Great is an incredible artist but can't write anything to save his life, and the anime budget wasn't nearly high enough to capture all the stylish looking shit in the manga.
But banging OST though.