Trevor Horn-Produced "THE REFLECTION" Soundtrack Album Goes on Sale on August 16

Hiroshi Nagahama (Mushi-Shi)-directed series will be available on Crunchyroll next month

The official website for the upcoming original superhero-themed TV anime series THE REFLECTION announced on June 2 that its soundtrack album is set to be released in Japan on August 16.


67-year-old legendary English musician/producer Trevor Horn serves as music producer for the anime. While achieving great success as a member of The Buggles, Yes, and Art of Noise, he has also worked as producer for many popular musicians, such as Paul McCartney, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Tom Jones, Cher, Grace Jones, Seal, Tina Turner, Lisa Stansfield, Pet Shop Boys, Simple Minds, Mike Oldfield, and t.A.T.u. This soundtrack album is his first album to be released under his own solo name.


The album will be released in two editions: 2,700-yen regular edition and 3,780-yen first press limited edition. The latter includes the TV anime's OP song "Sky Show," insert songs, and interview footage.


The TV anime series is co-created by Stan Lee (Spider-Man, X-men comic creator) and Hiroshi Nagahama

(Mushi-shi anime director) and animated by Studio Deen (KonoSuba, Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju).

The 12-episode series directed by Nagahama is scheduled to premiere on the NHK network on July 22, 2017,

and will be also available via streaming on Crunchyroll.



"THE REFLECTION" key visual


Teaser PV


Source: "THE REFLECTION" official website 


© Stan Lee, Hiroshi Nagahama/THE REFLECTION Production Committee


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