Super Atragon: Metal Pulse Music Edition -

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: CSA001
  • Disc Resolution: 480i/p (mixed/unknown)
  • Disc Encoding: MPEG-2
  • Series: Super Atragon

Super Atragon: Metal Pulse Music Edition

By Tiffani Nadeau     July 31, 2005
Release Date: June 03, 2003

Super Atragon: Metal Pulse Music Edition
© ADV Music

What They Say
Composed, arranged and conducted by Masamichi Amano; performed by the Warsaw Philharmonic and the Versailles Orchestra.

The Review!
5 out of 5
Music found in the Anime Super Atragon

The CD comes with a ten page insert that boasts many interesting things, such as, on the first two pages of the disc are divided into two sections (Zero Hours to Destruction and Memories of the Ocean). This is a listing of the song titles. The background picture is the same as the cover. Next page is a paragraph by the composer/arranger of the music detailing the inspiration for the music and why certain songs were put into certain scenes. The next five pages are detailed paragraphs about the history of Super Atragon the series.

Classical in every way you turn, this CD is a masterpiece. With depths of feeling that would make even Mozart shiver. The music is absolutely stunning in the way it is not only composed, but also in how it is performed. The Warsaw Philharmonic National Orchestra of Poland take simple notes written out on a sheet of paper and turn it into a joyous romp through the deep seeded emotional turmoil that is man. Humankind has forever been in a race with each other to reach the soul of the next person, and this musical selection has done just that. The songs conjure up every emotion you can think of, from deep melancholy, to purest joy. From Suspense to down right fear. The classical feel to the music only makes it better. Complete and total, a great sound. The songs tend to be a bit long-winded, but even that is barely noticeable through the emotions that each song portrays.

I'd have to say it's just downright beautiful to hear.

Fangboy says?Beautiful, poignant, and playing over and over again.

1945 Day of Destiny5:17Instrumental,Theme of the Hyuga Family2:56Instrumental,Theme of the Undersea Battleship (Main Theme)1:57Instrumental,Departure for the South Pole2:57Instrumental,Giant Column Indra6:21Instrumental,Menace of the Gravity Lenses2:04Instrumental,Theme of the UN Forces1:34Instrumental,Fortress Bimarna Spotted4:50Instrumental,Theme of Eternal Love To the Ends of the Deep Blue Sea (Theme of the Voyage of Ra)4:50Vocal (Humming),The Mystery of the Giant Meteorite0:40Instrumental,A Battle in the Sky3:59Instrumental,The Return of the Ra1:10Instrumental,The truth About 19454:51Instrumental,Go and Annette3:58Instrumental,Deepening Love1:57Instrumental,Triangle Battle6:31Instrumental,Launch of the Water Dragon3:48Instrumental,Attack of the Super Vibration Wave3:53Instrumental,Decisive Battle When the Pacific Ocean Was Dyed Red6:40Instrumental,Launch Into the Unknown (Ending)2:42Instrumental

Review Equipment
Total CD Length: 72:55


Be the first to add a comment to this article!


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