Spriggan Soundtrack - Mania.com

Anime/Manga Reviews

0 Comments | Add


Rate & Share:


Related Links:



  • Age Rating: All
  • Region: All Region DVD
  • Released By: ADV Music
  • MSRP: 14.98
  • Aspect Ratio: CSP001
  • Disc Resolution: 480i/p (mixed/unknown)
  • Disc Encoding: MPEG-2
  • Series: Spriggan

Spriggan Soundtrack

By Tiffani Nadeau     July 31, 2005
Release Date: October 28, 2003

Spriggan Soundtrack
© ADV Music

What They Say
Composed by Kuniaki Haishima, with vocal performances by Säju.

The Review!
5 out of 5
Music found in the Spriggan film.

This CD comes with a two-page insert. The insert contains a quick look at a few soundtrack titles available through ADV. An interesting tidbit about this one though, the CD song title listing on the back of the CD only lists Twenty songs, however the CD itself actually has twenty-seven songs, giving you a bonus of seven songs. I did research these and come up with the titles and times of the seven bonus tracks, and they are listed in the list at the end of this review.

The entire CD has a very intense quality to it. The music itself can only be described as action packed. There is no real genre per se to this one, but a lot of the tracks have a very nomadic style and feel to them. Even the more action type, have that slight nomadic quality to them that just makes them seem more of an exotic flower than a song. This is definitely one to keep the listener on their toes. The music is a definite mood setter in all forms, and the mood it’s setting is action and adventure beyond your wildest dreams. The fast pace of the tracks makes each one seem to flow by so quickly you don’t realize that you are on track 27 until the CD starts over. The music does set the listener on edge from the very first track, a great vocal that completely engulfs that essence that is Spriggan. The few slower songs that work their way into the CD are not to be taken lightly either, they set a mood of exotic living all by themselves. Listening to this one I often found my own heartbeat increasing to match the quick tempo of the songs, and that driving beat. There were moments when the suspenseful, action packed sequences had me looking over my shoulder to make sure there was no large boulder rolling my way. The intensity was right on for the seriousness of the film, and as a stand-alone, you couldn’t keep me from listening with a very intent ear if you tried.

I’d have to say a most rewarding CD to listen to.

Fangboy says…Great, through and through!

Jing Lin5:17Vocal (Japanese/Chorus in English),Guard Circle1:09Instrumental (Chanting),SPRIGGAN1:47Instrumental, Relieving0:56Instrumental,Ancient Plate0:53Instrumental,Coding Jungle1:17Instrumental ,One Occurrence2:50Instrumental (Chanting),Drive in Istanbul3:20Instrumental,Arat3:00Instrumental (Chanting) ,Streiger Arcam2:41Instrumental ,Macdougal0:58Instrumental ,Nation of Will0:30Instrumental,Scale Box1:58Instrumental ,Sink0:54Instrumental,FFF-Cross4:36Instrumental,Projection Life2:34Instrumental ,NOA1:29Instrumental,Gaslet Maar1:27Instrumental (Chanting),Dark Bag 0:31Instrumental,Orbit1:52Instrumental ,Meysel1:04Instrumental,Jean0:27Instrumental,Amusing Jean1:22Instrumental,Snow Field1:43Instrumental,NOA NOISE1:24Instrumental,Air Lost1:12Instrumental,SPRIEND2:25Instrumental

Review Equipment
Total CD Length: 49:36


Be the first to add a comment to this article!


You must be logged in to leave a comment. Please click here to login.