Kalafina

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4.8
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Kalafina. Two Words: Freaking Incredible
    This review will cover Kalafina's three albums: Seventh Heaven, Red Moon and After Eden their most recent album. I first got into this amazing band when I heard the song "ARIA" from The Garden of Sinners. This song was one of the ending theme in that series. I was blown away by the music because I they felt like a mix of Evanescence and Light Opera. I explored the rest of their music and what I ...
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  • The Perfect Fusion of Rock, Pop, and Opera
    In the Japanese music industry, where generally younger talents are put through the mash up of image maintenance, singing, acting, and talk/variety show performances in such a manner as to turn them into idols that are merely adequate at every facet of entertainment, Kalafina shines through the crowd as pure musicians dedicated to one trade. Assembled by Yuki Kajiura for the sole purpose of ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    It's Simply Magia...
    I'm pretty new to Kalafina's music (I can thank AX and Madoka for introducing me) but since then it's been pretty obvious to me how popular Kalafina is. I loved Magia from Madoka (the slow version on the soundtrack). I've also heard a different Lacrimosa from each of these musical acts, Mozart, Evanescence, and Immediate Music, so it's fitting that Kalafina should be one of my favorite ...
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  • Simply Breathtaking!
    I first stumbled upon Kalafina while watching Kara no Kyoukai and instantly fell in love. Keiko, Wakana, and Hikaru all have unique voices that sound amazing on their own and when they come together their voice form a magnificent harmony. You can feel they are really passionate by the way the sing. I hope to one day see them concert in the future!
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  • A Trio Made in Heaven
    I've admired this group for sometime Yuki Kajiuira being the main reason I like this group so much. The music and lyrics have a very mystical sound full of darkness that gives you a wide range of emotions to deal which gives you good feeling. At the top of the list of their most beautiful songs would have to be lacrymosa not only because it was in one of my favorite animes but because it gives you ...
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  • The music of Kalafina
    I first heard the group on Sora no Woto and loved it! Needless to say, their work on Madoka Magica's Magia is great too. Their voices work so well together and their styles are both unique and complimentary.
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  • Kalafina is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Kalafina は とても すごい。魔法少女マドカマジカのEDはとても素晴らしい。Kalafina is amazing. I love their music, and imported their albums. I only wish I could've seen them live at AX this year. Hopefully they come back soon. If they do I'll be there.
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  • love at first sight, and second , and third
    love it all nothing that got me down throught the entire thing!already watched 6 times,so in love with their outfits i cant really say what captivated me but i really loved the costumes witch turned me to it first off then everything just came together so well i couldnt take my eyes off.
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  • Luv Kalafina's music :3
    I love their music! Such a talented group :3 my favorites so far from them have to be from the Black Butler I (Ending 2), Black Butler II (Special Ending for Alois), and Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica (Ending 1) X3
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Kalafina: Dark Vibes, Fantastic Music
    I've always enjoyed the talent of Yuki Kajiura, who composed the scores of such shows as Tsubasa Chronicle, Kara no Kyoukai, Pandora Hearts, and - who could forget? - Puella Magi Madoka Magica. Already this is a wonderful track record, but Kajiura also founded one of my favorite bands to come out of Japan: Kalafina. The band is composed of two existing members of ...
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