List of Hayate the Combat Butler albums

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This is a list of albums attributed to the anime adaptation of Hayate the Combat Butler.

Opening and ending themes[edit]

Hayate no Gotoku![edit]

Further information: Hayate no Gotoku! (song)
"Hayate no Gotoku!"
Single by Kotoko
Released May 23, 2007
Format Maxi
Recorded 2007
Genre J-Pop
Length 22:29
Label Geneon
Producer(s) Kazuya Takase (I've Sound)

Hayate no Gotoku! (ハヤテのごとく!?) is a single by Kotoko released on May 23, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Hayate no Gotoku!" was the first opening theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler that aired with episodes one to twenty-six. The single peaked at 7th place on the Oricon singles charts.[1]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Hayate no Gotoku! (ハヤテのごとく!)"   Kotoko Kazuya Takase 4:26
2. "Nakitakattanda (泣きたかったんだ)"   Kotoko C.G Mix 6:50
3. "Hayate no Gotoku! -instrumental- (ハヤテのごとく! -instrumental-)"       4:26
4. "Nakitakattanda -instrumental-(泣きたかったんだ -instrumental-)"       6:47
Total length:
22:29

Proof/no vain[edit]

Further information: Proof/no vain
"Proof"
Single by Mell
Released May 30, 2007
Format Maxi
Recorded 2007
Genre J-Pop
Length 23:04
Label Geneon
Producer(s) Kazuya Takase (I've Sound)

Proof/no vain is a single by Mell released on May 30, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Proof" was the first ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler that aired with episodes one to thirteen.

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Proof"   Mell Kazuya Takase 5:33
2. "no vain"   Mell Kazuya Takase 6:00
3. "Proof -Instrumental-"       5:33
4. "no vain -Instrumental-"       5:58
Total length:
23:04

Get my way![edit]

Further information: Get my way!
"Get my way!"
Single by Mami Kawada
Released August 8, 2007
Format Maxi
Recorded 2007
Genre J-Pop
Length 14:31
Label Geneon

Get my way! is a single by Mami Kawada released on August 8, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Get my way" was the second ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler aired from episode fourteen to twenty-six.

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. ""Get my way!""   Mami Kawada Kazuya Takase  
2. "Aozora to Taiyō (青空と太陽)"   Mami kawada Tomoyuki Nakazawa 4:24
3. ""Get my way! -instrumental-""       2:56
4. "Aozora to Taiyō -instrumental-" (青空と太陽 -instrumental-)"       4:18
Total length:
14:31

Shichiten Hakki Shijōshugi![edit]

Further information: Shichiten Hakki Shijou Shugi!
"Shichiten Hakki Shijōshuji!"
Single by Kotoko
Released October 17, 2007
Format Maxi
Recorded 2007
Genre J-Pop
Length 18:47
Label Geneon
Producer(s) I've Sound

Shichiten Hakki Shijōshugi! (七転八起☆至上主義!?) is a single by Kotoko released on October 17, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Shichiten Hakki ☆ Shijōshugi!" is the second opening theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler which began airing at episode twenty-seven.

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Shichiten Hakki Shijōshugi!(七転八起☆至上主義!)"   Kotoko C.G Mix 4:38
2. "scene"   Kotoko Kazuya Takase 4:47
3. "Shichiten Hakki Shijōshugi! -instrumental-(七転八起☆至上主義! -instrumental-)"       4:38
4. "scene -instrumental-"       4:44
Total length:
18:47

Chasse[edit]

Further information: Chasse
"Chasse"
Single by Kaori Utatsuki
Released November 21, 2007
Format Maxi
Recorded 2007
Genre J-Pop
Length 17:23
Label Geneon
Producer(s) I've Sound

Chasse is a single by Kaori Utatsuki that was released on November 21, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Chasse" is the third ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler which began airing at episode twenty-seven.

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Chasse"   Kotoko Kazuya Takase 3:45
2. "Change of heart"   Kaori Utatsuki Maiko Iuchi 5:12
3. "Chasse -instrumental-"       3:45
4. "Change of heart -instrumental-"       5:11
Total length:
17:23

Oto no nai Yozora ni/Ko no me kaze[edit]

Further information: Ko no me kaze
"Oto no nai Yozora ni/Ko no me kaze"
Single by IKU
Released March 19, 2008
Format Maxi
Genre J-Pop
Label Geneon
Producer(s) I've Sound

Oto no nai Yozora ni/Ko no me kaze (音のない夜空に/木の芽風?) is IKU's debut single released on March 19, 2008 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Ko no me kaze" is the fourth ending theme to the anime Hayate the Combat Butler which began airing at episode forty.

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. ""Oto no nai Yozora ni""        
2. ""Ko no me kaze""   Iku Kazuya Takase  
3. ""Oto no nai Yozora ni" -instrumental-"        
4. ""Ko no me kaze" -instrumental-"        

Soundtracks[edit]

Original Soundtrack 1[edit]

Hayate the Combat Butler Original Soundtrack 1
Soundtrack album by Kōtarō Nakagawa
Released June 22, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 36:56
Label Geneon

The Hayate the Combat Butler Original Soundtrack 1 is the first soundtrack to the anime version of Hayate the Combat Butler released by Geneon on June 22, 2007. The soundtrack is composed and arranged by Kōtarō Nakagawa.

Original Soundtrack 2[edit]

Hayate the Combat Butler Original Soundtrack 2
Soundtrack album by Kōtarō Nakagawa
Released February 22, 2008
Recorded 2007
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Geneon

The Hayate the Combat Butler Original Soundtrack 2 is the second soundtrack to the anime version of Hayate the Combat Butler that was released by Geneon on February 22, 2008.[2] The soundtrack is composed and arranged by Kōtarō Nakagawa.

Audio dramas[edit]

Drama CDs[edit]

Hermione Ayasaki and the Private Lessons[edit]

Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 1: Hermione Ayasaki and the Private Lessons
Studio album by 10 voice actors
Released August 24, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Drama
Length 37:54
Label Geneon

Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 1: Hermione Ayasaki and the Private Lessons is the first drama CD based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler. It was first released on August 24, 2007 by Geneon.

Track listing
  1. "Hayate no Yume"
  2. "Title Call"
  3. "Sore, Donna Josō Gaku"
  4. "Character Song no Zensetsu no Yōna"
  5. "Motto Sugao de Hermione"
  6. "Character Song no Nochi Setsu no Yōna"
  7. "Munasawagi no Hōkago"
  8. "Arigachi na Gokai"
  9. "Gofukuya Pierre to Mayutsuba na Shinjitsu"
  10. "Mahō Shōjo Tanjō!"
  11. "Fushigi O Jikū ni Hikizuri Kome!"
  12. "Ai to Jounetsu no Carnaval"
  13. "Kettō! BGM wa Kenka wo Yamete"
  14. "Daidanen"
  15. "Hayate no Gotoku! Owari Shō Shutsuensha go Aisatsu"
Cast listing


Hakuo Gakuin Bus Tour and Maria Talking to Herself[edit]

Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 2: Hakuo Gakuin Bus Tour and Maria Talking to Herself
Studio album by 10 voice actors
Released March 7, 2008
Genre Drama
Label Geneon

Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 2: Hakuo Gakuin Bus Tour and Maria Talking to Herself is the second drama CD based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler. It was scheduled for release on February 22, 2008 but it was later changed to March 7, 2008 by Geneon.

Track listing

TBA

Cast listing


First Love[edit]

Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 3: First Love
Studio album by 10 voice actors
Released March 21, 2008
Genre Drama
Label Geneon

Hayate the Combat Butler Drama CD 3: First Love is the third drama CD based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler. It was released on March 21, 2008 by Geneon.

Track listing

TBA

Cast listing


Gōgō Seitokai Tenkenjā VS Kyōfu no Donperi Kaijin Yukijin[edit]

Hayate the Combat Butler Nekketsu Drama CD Gōgō Seitokai Tenkenjā VS Kyōfu no Donperi Kaijin Yukijin
Studio album by 8 voice actors
Released August 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Drama
Length 20:15

Hayate the Combat Butler Nekketsu Drama CD Gōgō Seitokai Tenkenjā VS Kyōfu no Donperi Kaijin Yukijin (Hayate the combat butler 熱血ドラマCD 轟轟生徒会タンケンジャー VS 恐怖のドンペリ怪人ユキジン?) is a promotional released drama CD released through the magazine Shōnen Sunday based on the anime version of the series Hayate the Combat Butler!.

Track listing
  1. "Prologue"
  2. "Aku no Himitsu Kichinite"
  3. "Hiruyasumi no Seitokai Shitsu"
  4. "Kasettotēpu no Aru Heya"
  5. "Zawameku Kyōshitsu"
  6. "Shukkin"
  7. "CM"
  8. "Surechigau Hitobito"
  9. "Tankenjaa Idō Chū"
  10. "Kessen"
  11. "Epilogue"
  12. "[Gōgō Seitokai Tankenjā] Shudaika"
    • Vocals: Masaaki Endoh
    • Lyrics: Mike Sugiyama
    • Music: Kōhei Tanaka
    • Arrangement: PE
  13. "Jikai Yokoku"
Cast listing


Radio CDs[edit]

Radio the Combat Butler Volume 1[edit]

Radio the Combat Butler Vol. 1
Studio album
Released September 21, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Radio drama
Label Geneon

Radio the Combat Butler Volume 1 is the first compilation of the web radio show Radio the Combat Butler, featuring Rie Kugimiya, the voice actor for Nagi Sanzenin, Ryōko Shiraishi, the voice actor for Hayate Ayasaki, and occasionally replacing Ryoko Shiraishi, Rie Tanaka, the voice actor for Maria. It was released by Geneon on September 21, 2007 on two CDs. The first CD contains new recordings that never aired and the second CD contains thirteen episodes of the web radio show that aired between April 6, 2007 and June 29, 2007.

Track Listing

Disk One

  1. Opening
  2. Challenge 1! Yuumei Retro Game ni Challenge
  3. Challenge 2! Messe
  4. Challenge 3! Kuzusu na!
  5. Challenge 4! Kuroge Kiki Hatsu
  6. Challenge 5! Star
  7. Challenge 6! Noban
  8. Challenge 7! Un mo Jitsuryouku no Uchi!
  9. Ending

Disk Two [3]

  1. April 6, 2007
  2. April 12, 2007
  3. April 20, 2007
  4. April 27, 2007
  5. May 4, 2007
  6. May 11, 2007
  7. May 18, 2007
  8. May 25, 2007
  9. June 1, 2007
  10. June 8, 2007
  11. June 15, 2007
  12. June 22, 2007
  13. June 29, 2007


Radio the Combat Butler Volume 2[edit]

Radio the Combat Butler Vol. 2
Studio album
Released December 21, 2007
Recorded 2007
Genre Radio drama
Length 54:18 and 6:22:16
Label Geneon

Radio the Combat Butler Volume 2 is the second compilation of the web radio show Radio the Combat Butler, featuring Rie Kugimiya and Ryōko Shiraishi, the voice actor for Nagi Sanzenin and Hayate Ayasaki respectively. It was released by Geneon on December 21, 2007.[4] Like the first volume, volume two is two disks. The first CD contains new recordings and the second CD contains thirteen web radio episodes that aired between July 6, 2007 and September 28, 2007 in mp3 format.[5]

Track Listing

Disk One

  1. Tokubetsu Hen

Disk Two [3]

  1. July 6, 2007
  2. July 13, 2007
  3. July 20, 2007
  4. July 27, 2007
  5. August 3, 2007
  6. August 10, 2007
  7. August 17, 2007
  8. August 24, 2007
  9. August 31, 2007
  10. September 7, 2007
  11. September 14, 2007
  12. September 21, 2007
  13. September 28, 2007


Character song albums[edit]

Twelve music albums for Hayate the Combat Butler have been released featuring songs sung by the voice actors for not only the main cast, but also from the supporting cast of characters. The first two albums, released on May 25, 2007, include songs by Ryōko Shiraishi as Hayate Ayasaki and Rie Tanaka as Maria. The next two, released on July 25, 2007, include songs by Rie Kugimiya as Nagi Sanzenin and Shizuka Itō as Hinagiku Katsura. Volumes five and six, released on September 21, 2007, contained songs by Miyu Matsuki as Isumi Saginomiya and Kana Ueda as Sakuya Aizawa. Volume seven, released on November 21, 2007, contained songs by Marina Inoue as Wataru Tachibana and Saki Nakajima as Saki Kijima, while volume eight released on the same day contained songs by Mikako Takahashi as Ayumu Nishizawa. Album number nine, released on January 25, 2008, includes songs by Hitomi Nabatame as Yukiji Katsura, and volume ten released on the same day is a trio between Eri Nakao, Sayuri Yahagi, and Masumi Asano as Miki Hanabishi, Izumi Segawa, and Risa Asakaze respectively. The eleventh release, on March 21, 2008, is another album by Rie Kugimiya, and the twelfth album, released on the same day, is a duet with Rie Tanaka and Shizuka Itō.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oricon Style - Hayate no Gotoku". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-10-21. 
  2. ^ "Hayate no Gotoku Soundtrack CD2" (in Japanese). Animate. Retrieved 2007-12-17. [dead link]
  3. ^ a b "Hayate no Gotoku! Radio the combat butler Vol.1" (in Japanese). Joshinweb. Retrieved 2007-11-17. 
  4. ^ "Hayate no Gotoku! Radio the combat butler Vol.2" (in Japanese). Amazon. Retrieved 2007-11-17. 
  5. ^ "Hayate no Gotoku! Radio the combat butler Vol.2" (in Japanese). Cospa. Retrieved 2007-12-17.