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Actually very Complete
2002 – Thanatos
2002 – Lost
2003 – Pico Magic
2003 – Pico Magic Reloaded
2004 – Chronicle 2nd
2004 – Elysion ～楽園への前奏曲～
2005 – Elysion ～楽園幻想物語組曲～
2006 – 少年は剣を…
2006 – じまんぐの世界~胎動~
2006 – Another Roman ～Anecdote of 5th Story～
2006 – Roman
2007 – 聖戦のイベリア
2008 – Moira
2005 – GUNSLINGER GIRL イメージアルバム 「Poca felicita」
2006 – 霧の向こうに繋がる世界
2008 – Dream Port
Sound Horizon – Chronicle (1st Concept Story CD)
1 – Sound Horizon
2 – Black Chronicle
3 – 詩人バラッドの悲劇
4 – アーベルジュの戦い
5 – 樹氷の君～凍てついた魔女～
6 – 蒼と白の境界線
7 – 雷神の左腕
8 – 少女人形
9 – 君が生まれてくる世界
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2nd story CD: Thanatos (August 2002)
1 – Sound Horizon [Mode：Thanatos]
2 – そこに在る風景
3 – 壊れたマリオネット
4 – 銀色の馬車
5 – 輪廻の砂時計
6 – 珊瑚の城
7 – タナトスの幻想
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Marble is a Japanese musical duo, originally named The Student’s and formed in 1999. The members, Micco and Tatsuya Kikuchi, met and became friends while they were both enrolled in music school.
Kikuchi was the main musical support for Micco at that time, who was acting as a solo artist. As they got to know each other better, they decided that they could both make better music if they performed together, and formed The Student’s. After getting signed to Warner Music Group’s indie label in 1999, they had two releases, but got increasingly more involved in production for other artists and gradually did less and less of their own activities.
However, the urge to write and perform their own music came back, and to commemorate this change in attitude, they renamed themselves ‘marble’ in 2003 and played shows with a backup band, but they split from the band in 2005, and Micco and Kikuchi continued their performances as a duo.
Since their major debut in 2007 with Lantis, they have had a number of releases, including their first album in February 2008. Their songs have been featured in such anime as Hidamari Sketch, Kamichama Karin and KimiKiss pure rouge.
Their sound is described as calm and soothing “organic pop”, most likely because they use very few synthesized instruments and the main instrument is an acoustic guitar.
* Micco ( みっこ, Mikko, born February 8 ) – vocals, lyrics, and occasional composition.
* Tatsuya Kikuchi ( 菊池 達也, Kikuchi Tatsuya, born October 13 ) – acoustic guitar, bass guitar, composition and arrangement.
Anime adaption of the game 428. Type-Moon’s Nasu Kinoko and Takeuchi Takashi are in charge of the anime script and character designs. They also made the script and character designs for one of the bonus scenarios in the game.
The visual novel tells a present-day story about a detective, a young man, a virus researcher, a freelance writer, and a cat mascot character who are brought together by bizarre events with worldwide implications in the Tokyo neighborhood of Shibuya. Type-Moon is already producing a bonus anime scenario for the game. Screenplay writer Kinoko Nasu and original character designer Takashi Takeuchi of Fate/stay night and Tsukihime, Lunar Legend fame are involved in both 428 projects.
Official Site: http://www.canaan.jp/index.html
Trailer + Opening sample: http://www.canaan.jp/blog/canaan_bansen_mae_MX.wmv
Yuki Kajiura (梶浦由記 ,Kajiura Yuki), born August 6, 1965 in Tokyo, Japan, is a Japanese composer and music producer. She has provided the music for several popular anime series, such as Madlax, Noir, .hack//SIGN, Aquarian Age, My-HiME, My-Otome, Tsubasa Chronicle, and one of the Kimagure Orange Road movies (amongst others). She also assisted Toshihiko Sahashi with Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny. Kajiura has also composed for the Xenosaga video game series, namely the cutscene music for Xenosaga II and the entire Xenosaga III game soundtrack. She currently resides in Tokyo.
is Japanese composer Yuki Kajiura’s solo project. It is not a pseudonym that Kajiura uses when she composes soundtracks. To date, all such collaborations have consisted of a (female) vocalist, with Kajiura on the keyboard or the piano. Most FictionJunction songs have been featured in an anime series (usually as insert songs), most notably Gundam Seed and Tsubasa Chronicle. Victor Entertainment is FJ’s record label.