Insert songs' album is out. It was worth the wait.
2nd. 1st was 1000 no Violin which is on the OP single.
Everything about Chiaya is perfect.
The lyricist did a great job fitting it for the series. I like it more than all the cover songs actually.
It's 3 and a half minutes long but it always feels like it's over in 30 seconds.
Yuugure made me teary eyed.
/a/ will probably forget about this show in one or two weeks, but despite its many, undeniable flaws, it had an atmosphere unparalleled by any other show from the same season. Definitely my AOTS.
Last minutes of Rolling Girls finale thread, never forget
Oh my post made it in there. Anyways DVD sales might be a lost cause, but I hope the CD and merchandise sales make up for it. Even if we don't get a S2 out if it, I don't want this anime to be considered a failure.
It's doubly sad because if this was considered failure, WIT probably would play safe in the future and only do homo works.
Shame, the girls and the atmosphere are wonderful here.
>mfw No Tenki
why this song always makes me sad?
I wish WIT makes a sequel for Hal
02. Owaranai Uta
03. Eiyū ni Akogarete
06. Aozora [Instrumental]
07. Nagaremono [Instrumental]
10. TRAIN-TRAIN (Karaoke)
11. Owaranai Uta (Karaoke)
12. Eiyū ni Akogarete (Karaoke)
13. Noutenki (Karaoke)
14. Yuugure (Karaoke)
I can't find tracks 8 and 9.
So did I.
Comfyness all around.
It's almost episodic. You're taken on a road-trip across colorful post-apocalyptic Japan, there are cute girls, they solve emotional and political troubles and the drama builds to a crescendo with badass punk music which you have heard.
Just finished the show by marathoning the last three episodes.
That was beautiful. In the beginning I wasn't quite sure about that sure and where it was trying to go, it always seemed a bit confusing, but I really love it now after the finale.
And I love the good people who continue making anime like that despite bad sales being guaranteed.
We try to warn people like you every time MAL is even casually mentioned in conversation.
Moving on, Always ComiMa arc is criminally underrated. It opens with ragefuel, but that just makes the tears flow when Thunderroad gets her redemption, the girls become close friends, and ride off deeper into Japan to Nou Tenki.