The first 10 minutes of the second part is also streamed on the web
The official website for Bone's Eureka Seven anime franchise has posted a three-minute music video for "Tiger Track" using various mecha battle scenes from the series. The song was originally written/produced by the late Toshiyasu KAGAMI for the TV series in 2005-2006 and has been also featured in the ongoing three-part compilation films as an insert song. In place of KAGAMI who passed away in 2010 at the age of 33, Hiroshi Watanabe (Frogman Records) worked on remastering and 5.1ch surround audio conversion for the films.
"Tiger Track" MV
本日PVが公開となった本作の挿入曲「Tiger Track」のリマスタリングや5.1ch化をご担当頂いたのは、前作「ハイエボリューション1」でも「Get it by your hands HI-EVO MIX」を手掛けたHIROSHI WATANABEさん！こだわりの音楽をぜひ劇場でご体感ください！#アネモネ #エウレカhttps://t.co/OnHe3RwT4P https://t.co/D0RhsCLQ2i— エウレカセブン ハイエボリューション公式 (@EUREKA_HI_EVO) 2018年11月22日
As reported, the first ten minutes of Anemone: Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution, the second part of the trilogy film
project based on its 50-episode first TV anime series, has been streamed on YouTube. The 95-minute film
was released in 107 theaters across Japan on November 10, 2018, then the third film is scheduled to be
released sometime in 2019.
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