Spriggan Original Soundtrack Launches Alongside New Anime Series

Taisei Iwasaki's tracks are now available everywhere

SPRIGGAN Original Soundtrack


This past weekend marked the debut of the new Netflix anime adaptation of Hiroshi Takashige and Ryoji Minagawa's Spriggan manga, which is produced by JoJo's Bizarre Adventure studio david production and directed by Hiroshi Kobayashi. To celebrate the debut, Milan Records released the Spriggan Original Soundtrack, featuring 37 tracks produced, arranged and composed by Taisei Iwasaki.


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Among the tracks are full versions of the "Seeking the Truth feat. YAHZARAH" opening theme and the "Ancient Creations feat. Shing02" ending theme. Check out the cover and full tracklist, and jam the soundtrack for yourself pretty much everywhere.





1. Seeking the Truth feat. YAHZARAH
2. Theme of SPRIGGAN
3. Arcum
4. Psalms Ⅰ
5. Orichalcum
6. A.M Suit
7. Duke It Out
8. A Distant Memory
9. Querent
10. Chant
11. School Life
12. Mission Briefing
13. دعاء
14. Holy Precincts
15. Scouting
16. Psalms Ⅱ
17. Walking On A Thin Line
18. Duress
19. Tightrope
20. One Day feat. Ai Ninomiya
21. Duel
22. Sorrow
23. Noah's Ark
24. Move up
25. Ambushed
26. Double Time
27. عيد
28. Dual Attack
29. Tragedy
30. Chains
31. Calm Days
32. Creeping
33. Oboro
34. Hidden Rooms
35. The Master
36. Ancient Creations feat. Shing02
37. Ancient Creations feat. Shing02 - molmol Dub


More on composer Taisei Iwasaki:


Taisei Iwasaki is an experienced movie, drama, anime music composer. Notable works include the "SR Saitama Rapper/8000 miles" series, "Moteki," Studio Ghibi's "Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo," "Joker Game," "Blood Blockade Battlefront" anime series, "Dragon Pilot: Hisone and Masotan" anime, the Netflix series "The Naked Director," and the movie "Belle." Other works include being a music directors for both "Tokyo Station Projection Mapping TOKYO STATION VISION," and the play "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."


Iwasaki received awards for the 35th Japan Academy Film Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Music for "Moteki" and the 45th Japan Academy Film Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Music for "Belle."


Source: Press release




Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine and the Editor-in-Chief of Sci Fi Magazine. You can read his comics at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.


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