Music of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED

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This article lists the albums attributed to the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Series.

Contents

Soundtracks[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, See-Saw, Rie Tanaka
Released December 4, 2002 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I is the first soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. Included in this album are the first ending theme "Anna ni Issho Datta no ni (TV Size)" by See-Saw, and "Shizuka na Yoru ni", the insert song in PHASE-07, 08, 09, 14 & 20 - performed by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne.[1]
Catalog Number

VICL-61000

All music composed by Toshihiko Sahashi except where noted. All music performed by Toshihiko Sahashi except where noted.

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK II[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK II
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi
Released April 23, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK II is the second soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED.[2]
Catalog Number

VICL-61110


Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK III[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK III
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, See-Saw, T.M.Revolution
Released September 21, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK III is the third soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. Included in this album are the first ending theme "Anna ni Issho Datta no ni" by See-Saw and the first opening theme "INVOKE" by T.M.Revolution, both songs are in TV size edit.[3]
Catalog Number

VICL-61196


Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IV[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IV
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, T.M.Revolution, See-Saw, Vivian or Kazuma, Nami Tamaki, Tatsuya Ishii, Mika Nakashima
Released December 16, 2004 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IV is the last soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. Included in this album are all ending and opening themes of the series in TV size mix.[4]
Catalog Number

VICL-61500


Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, Rie Tanaka
Released December 16, 2004 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I is the first soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY. Included in this album is "Fields of hope", the insert song in PHASE-07, 09, 41, EDITED & Final Plus - performed by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne.[5]
Catalog Number

VICL-61555

All music composed by Toshihiko Sahashi except "Fields of hope" by Yuki Kajiura. All music performed by Toshihiko Sahashi except "Fields of hope" by Lacus Clyne (Rie Tanaka).

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK II[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK II
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, Houko Kuwashima
Released April 21, 2005 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK II is the second soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY. Included in this album is "Shinkai no Kodoku", the insert song used in PHASE-21, 26, 30, 32 & 33 - performed by Houko Kuwashima, Stellar Loussier's voice actress.[6]
In the Remastered version of Gundam SEED Destiny, this song is used as the ending theme for PHASE 32. Catalog Number

VICL-61600


Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK III[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK III
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi
Released August 24, 2005 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK III is the third soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY.[7]
Catalog Number

VICL-61610


Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IV[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IV
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi
Released February 15, 2006 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IV is the last soundtrack album of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY.[8]
Catalog Number

VICL-61791


Opening Themes[edit]

Invoke[edit]

"INVOKE"
Single by T.M.Revolution
from the album coordinate
B-side Pied Piper
Released October 30, 2002 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Epic Records Japan

INVOKE is the 20th single released by T.M.Revolution. The song "INVOKE" was used as the first opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED from PHASE-01 to 13.[9]
Catalog Number

ESCL-9090

Track listing

  1. INVOKE
  2. Pied Piper
  3. INVOKE (phase shift armoured version)
  4. INVOKE (instrumental)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #2[10] 247,000

moment[edit]

"moment"
Single by Vivian or Kazuma
B-side Darling♥Honey
Hoshi ni Negai wo
Released January 29, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Japan

moment is a duet by Vivian Hsu and Kazuma Endō under the stage name Vivian or Kazuma. The song "moment" was used as the second opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED from PHASE-14 to 26.[11]

All lyrics written by Vivian or Kazuma. 

CD (SECL-107)
No. Title Music Length
1. "moment" (Gundam Seed second opening theme song) Akio Dobashi  
2. "Darling♥Honey"   Akio Dobashi  
3. "Hoshi ni Negai wo (星に願いを The Wish Upon the Stars?)"   Kazuma
Akio Dobashi (arrangement)
 

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #5 121,488

moment remixes[edit]

"moment remixes"
Single by Vivian or Kazuma
Released July 7, 2004 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Japan

moment remixes contains remixes and an instrumental version of the song "moment" by Vivian or Kazuma.[12]
Catalog Number

SECL-108

Track listing

  1. moment (B4 ZA BEAT Remix)
  2. moment (CRUDE REALITY Remix)
  3. moment (Sawasaki Yosihiro! Remix) (moment (サワサキヨシヒロ! Remix)?)
  4. moment (MAF Remix)
  5. moment (INSTRUMENTAL)

Believe[edit]

"Believe"
Single by Nami Tamaki
from the album Greeting
B-side Complete
Can you feel my love
Released April 23, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

Believe is the debut single of Nami Tamaki. The song "Believe" was used as the third opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED from PHASE-27 to 40.[13]
Catalog Number

SRCL-6084

Track listing

  1. Believe
  2. Complete
  3. Can you feel my love
  4. Believe -Instrumental-

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #5[14] 194,167

Believe Reproduction ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~[edit]

"Believe Reproduction ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~"
Single by Nami Tamaki
B-side Final Memory
Released May 21, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

Believe Reproduction ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~ contains remixes of the song "Believe" by Nami Tamaki.[15]
Catalog Number

SRCL-6085

Track listing

  1. Believe -Evidence01 Mix-
  2. Believe -FREEDOM G CONTROL MIX
  3. Final Memory
  4. Final Memory -happy hardcore mix-

Realize[edit]

"Realize"
Single by Nami Tamaki
from the album Greeting
B-side Hot summer day
Ashita no Kimi
Released July 24, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

Realize is the second single released by Nami Tamaki. The song "Realize" was used as the last opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED from PHASE-41 to 50.[16]
Catalog Number

SRCL-6088

Track listing

  1. Realize
  2. Hot summer day
  3. Ashita no Kimi (明日の君 You of Tomorrow?)
  4. Realize -Instrumental-

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #3[17] 157,190

Realize Reproduction ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~[edit]

"Realize Reproduction ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~"
Single by Nami Tamaki
B-side Long Way Behind
Released September 26, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

Realize Reproduction ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~ contains remixes and a TV opening mix of the song "Realize" by Nami Tamaki.[18]
Catalog Number

SRCL-6091

Track listing

  1. Realize -KZ Strictly Uptempo Mix-
  2. Realize -fly in to the Universe Mix-
  3. Long Way Behind
  4. Realize -GUNDAM SEED OPENING Ver.-

ignited[edit]

"ignited"
Single by T.M.Revolution
from the album SEVENTH HEAVEN
B-side Mugen no Ark
Released November 3, 2004 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Epic Records Japan

ignited is the 23rd single released by T.M.Revolution. The song "ignited" was used as the first opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY from PHASE-01 to 13.[19]
Catalog Number

ESCL-2598

Track listing

  1. ignited (ignited -イグナイテッド-?)
  2. Mugen no Ark (夢幻の孤光 Ark of Illusion?)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #1[20] 161,324

Pride[edit]

"PRIDE"
Single by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR
from the album G∞VER
B-side Hikaru Kakera
all alone
Released January 26, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Japan

PRIDE is the debut single of HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR. The song "PRIDE" was used as the second opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY from PHASE-14 to 24 & EDITED.[21]
Catalog Number

SECL-140

Track listing

  1. PRIDE
  2. Hikaru Kakera (光るカケラ Fragments of Light?)
  3. all alone
  4. PRIDE (Instrumental)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #2[22] 223,208

PRIDE Remix[edit]

"PRIDE Remix"
Single by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR
Released March 24, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Japan

PRIDE Remix contains remixes of the song "PRIDE" by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR.[23]
Catalog Number

SECL-157

Track listing

  1. PRIDE ~Nu school of mixture mix~
  2. PRIDE ~R&B norishiromix~
  3. PRIDE ~HΛL's MIX 2005~
  4. PRIDE ~D.D.INOReMIX~
  5. PRIDE ~Real Latin Players mix~
  6. PRIDE ~"Phantom pain" norishirobreakmegamix~

Charts Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #20[24] 18,527

Bokutachi no Yukue[edit]

"Bokutachi no Yukue"
Single by Hitomi Takahashi
from the album sympathy
B-side Kaze no Kirin
Melody
Released April 13, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records
Main article: Bokutachi no Yukue

Bokutachi no Yukue is the debut single of Hitomi Takahashi. The song "Bokutachi no Yukue" was used as the third opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY from PHASE-25 to 37.[25]
Catalog Number

SRCL-5900

Track listing

  1. Bokutachi no Yukue (僕たちの行方 Our Whereabouts?)
  2. Kaze no Kirin (風のキリン Wind Giraffe?)
  3. Melody (メロディ?)
  4. Bokutachi no Yukue -Instrumental-

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #1[26] 135,898

Wings of Words[edit]

"Wings of Words"
Single by CHEMISTRY
from the album fo(u)r
B-side Change The World
Released July 27, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label DefSTAR

Wings of Words is the 15th single of CHEMISTRY, this single was released in two formats with different tracklists. The song "Wings of Words" was used as the last opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY from PHASE-38 to 50.[27][28]
Catalog Number

DFCL-1211 (Limited Edition)
DFCL-1212 (Regular Edition)

Limited edition Track listing

  1. Wings of Words
  2. Washi wo Shimin Kyuujou ni Tsuretette. (わしを市民球場に連れてって。?)
  3. BUGSY NIGHT feat. DABO
  4. Change The World

Regular edition Track listing

  1. Wings of Words
  2. Change The World
  3. Wings of Words (alas de palabras)
  4. Wings of Words (instrumental)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #2[29] 140,969

Ending Themes[edit]

Anna ni Issho Datta no ni[edit]

"Anna ni Issho Datta no ni"
Single by See-Saw
from the album Dream Field
B-side Tsuki Hitotsu
Released October 23, 2002 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre Anime
Label Victor Entertainment

Anna ni Issho Datta no ni is the 9th single released by See-Saw. The song "Anna ni Issho Datta no ni" was used as the first ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, from PHASE-01 to 26.[30]
Catalog Number

VICL-35440

Track listing

  1. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni (あんなに一緒だったのに Although We Were Always Together?)
  2. Tsuki Hitotsu (月ひとつ One Moon?)
  3. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni (Karaoke)
  4. Tsuki Hitotsu (Karaoke)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #5[31] 173,894

River[edit]

"RIVER / Mizuiro no Ame"
Single by Tatsuya Ishii
from the album nipops
Released March 26, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

RIVER / Mizuiro no Ame is the 12th single released by Tatsuya Ishii. The song "RIVER" was used as the second ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, from PHASE-27 to 39.[32]
Catalog Number

SRCL-6082

Track listing

  1. RIVER
  2. Mizuiro no Ame (みずいろの雨 Water-Colored Rain?)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #40[33] 14,445

RIVER ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~[edit]

"RIVER ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~"
Single by Tatsuya Ishii
Released May 21, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

RIVER ~GUNDAM SEED EDITION~ contains remixes and an instrumental version of the song "RIVER" by Tatsuya Ishii.[34]
Catalog Number

SRCL-6086

Track listing

  1. RIVER
  2. RIVER ~remix~
  3. RIVER ~piano instrumental~
  4. RIVER ~backtracks~

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #22[35] 29,502

Find the way[edit]

"FIND THE WAY"
Single by Mika Nakashima
from the album LOVE
B-side Seppun (at-tica remix)
Released August 6, 2003 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Associated Records Inc.

FIND THE WAY is the 9th single released by Mika Nakashima. The song "FIND THE WAY" was used as the last ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, from PHASE-40 to 50.[36]
Catalog Number

AICL-1676

Track listing

  1. FIND THE WAY
  2. FIND THE WAY (Instrumental)
  3. Seppun (at-tica remix) (接吻 Kiss?)
  4. FIND THE WAY (jamaals manatee mix by the orb)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #4[37] 124,489

Reason[edit]

"Reason"
Single by Nami Tamaki
from the album Make Progress
B-side Promised Land
Truth
Released February 1, 2004 (as download)
November 10, 2004 (Japan) (as single)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

Reason is the 6th single released by Nami Tamaki. The song "Reason" was used as the first ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, from PHASE-01 to 13.[38]
Catalog Number

SRCL-5826

Track listing

  1. Reason
  2. Promised Land
  3. Truth
  4. Reason -Instrumental-

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #2[39] 178,580

Life Goes On[edit]

"Life Goes On"
Single by Mika Arisaka
B-side Toki no Sabaku
Released February 2, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre Anime
Label Victor Entertainment

Life Goes On is the 11th single released by Mika Arisaka. The song "Life Goes On" was used as the second ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, from PHASE-14 to 25 & EDITED.[40]
Catalog Number

VICL-35755

Track listing

  1. Life Goes On
  2. Toki no Sabaku (時の砂漠 Desert of Time?)
  3. Life Goes On (Original Karaoke)
  4. Toki no Sabaku (Original Karaoke)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #4 119,841

I Wanna Go to a Place...[edit]

"I Wanna Go to a Place..."
Single by Rie fu
from the album Rose Album
B-side They Always Talk About
I So Wanted
Released April 27, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-pop
Label Palm Beach Inc.

I Wanna Go to a Place... is the third single released by Rie fu. The song "I Wanna Go to a Place..." was used as the third ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, from PHASE-26 to 37, in PHASE-28 and 32, the English version was played instead of the Japanese version.[41]
In the Remastered version of Gundam SEED Destiny, the song "Shinkai No Kodoku" is played as PHASE 32's ending theme instead
Catalog Number

QQCL-5

Track listing

  1. I Wanna Go to a Place...
  2. They Always Talk About
  3. I So Wanted (English Version)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #5[42] 65,915

Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru[edit]

"Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru"
Single by See-Saw
B-side Seijaku wa Headphone no Naka
Released August 3, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre Anime
Label Victor Entertainment
Writer(s) Yuki Kajiura, Chiaki Ishikawa
See-Saw singles chronology
Kimi ga Ita Monogatari / Emerald Green (2003) Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru (2005)

Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru is the 11th single released by See-Saw. The song "Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru" was used as the last ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, from PHASE-38 to 50, Final Plus and Special Edition IV - The Cost of Freedom.[43]
Catalog Number

VICL-35800

Track listing

  1. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru (君は僕に似ている You Resemble Me?)
  2. Seijaku wa Headphone no Naka (静寂はヘッドフォンの中 Silence in the Headphone?)
  3. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru [without vocal]
  4. Seijaku wa Headphone no Naka [without vocal]

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #4[44] 156,172

Result[edit]

"Result"
Single by Nami Tamaki
from the album Speciality
B-side Making the pride
Stay Gold
Released May 3, 2006 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Records

Result is the 11th single released by Nami Tamaki. The song "Result" was used as the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY Special Edition I - The Broken World[45]
as well as the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny HD remastered edition. Catalog Number

SRCL-6258

Track listing

  1. Result
  2. Making the pride
  3. Stay Gold
  4. Result -Instrumental-

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #5[46] 36,464

tears[edit]

"tears"
Single by lisa
from the album Niji'iro no Kotonoha
Released August 23, 2006 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Victor Entertainment

tears is the third single released by Lisa Komine under the stage name lisa. The song "tears" was used as the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY Special Edition II - Respective Swords.[47]
Catalog Number

VICL-36163

Track listing

  1. tears ~full version
  2. tears ~tsubura mix
  3. tears ~for you
  4. tears ~memories
  5. tears ~TV version
  6. tears ~original karaoke

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #21[48] 14,461

Enrai ~Tooku ni Aru Akari~[edit]

"Enrai ~Tooku ni Aru Akari~"
Single by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR
from the album San
B-side Kaerimichi no Orange
Released October 25, 2006 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Japan

Enrai ~Tooku ni Aru Akari~ is the 8th single released by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR. The song "Enrai ~Tooku ni Aru Akari~" was used as the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY Special Edition III - The Hellfire of Destiny.[49]
Catalog Number

SECL-436

Track listing

  1. Enrai ~Tooku ni Aru Akari~ (遠雷~遠くにある明かり~ Distant Thunder ~A Far Off Light~?)
  2. Kaerimichi no Orange (帰り道のオレンジ The Return Trip's Orange?)
  3. Enrai ~Tooku ni Aru Akari~ (Less Vocal Track)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #15[50] 23,742

STARGAZER ~Hoshi no Tobira[edit]

"STARGAZER ~Hoshi no Tobira"
Single by Satori Negishi
B-side Mikadzuki no Puzzle
Released August 23, 2006 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Victor Entertainment

STARGAZER ~Hoshi no Tobira is the debut single released by Satori Negishi. The song "STARGAZER ~Hoshi no Tobira" was used as the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73: STARGAZER.[51]
Catalog Number

VICL-36154

Track listing

  1. STARGAZER ~Hoshi no Tobira (STARGAZER ~星の扉 Door of the Stars?)
  2. Mikadzuki no Puzzle (三日月のパズル Puzzle of the Crescent Moon?)
  3. STARGAZER ~Hoshi no Tobira (Original Karaoke)
  4. Mikadzuki no Puzzle (Original Karaoke)

Distance[edit]

"Distance"
Single by FictionJunction
B-side eternal blue
Released August 29, 2012 (Japan)
Format CD
Label Victor Entertainment
Writer(s) Yuki Kajiura
Producer(s) Yuki Kajiura
FictionJunction singles chronology
stone cold "Distance"

Distance is FictionJunction's fourth single. The title track was used as ending theme song for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED HD remastered edition. "eternal blue" was used as opening theme song for the PSP game 戦律のストラタス (Senritsu no Stratus).[52]

Tracklisting

  1. Distance
  2. eternal blue
  3. Distance -Instrumental-
  4. eternal blue -Instrumental-

Insert Songs[edit]

Akatsuki no Kuruma[edit]

"Akatsuki no Kuruma"
Single by FictionJunction Yuuka
from the album Destination
Released September 22, 2004 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Victor Entertainment

Akatsuki no Kuruma is the third single released by FictionJunction Yuuka. The song "Akatsuki no Kuruma" was used as the insert song for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED in PHASE-24, 32 & 40.[53]
Catalog Number

VICL-35715

Track listing

  1. Akatsuki no Kuruma (暁の車 Wheels of the Dawn?)
  2. Akatsuki no Kuruma ~piano version
  3. Akatsuki no Kuruma ~acoustic version
  4. Akatsuki no Kuruma ~without vocal

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #10 109,777

Honoh no Tobira[edit]

Main article: Honoh no Tobira
"Honoh no Tobira"
Single by FictionJunction Yuuka
from the album Circus
Released September 22, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Victor Entertainment

Honoh no Tobira is the 4th single released by FictionJunction Yuuka. The song "Honoo no Tobira" was used as the insert song for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny in PHASE-40.[54]
Catalog Number

VICL-35883

Track listing

  1. Honoh no Tobira (焔の扉 Door of Flames?)
  2. Honoh no Tobira: hearty edition
  3. Honoh no Tobira: instrumental edition
  4. Honoh no Tobira (Original Karaoke)

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #5[55] 97,179

vestige[edit]

"vestige"
Single by T.M.Revolution
B-side crosswise
Released August 7, 2005 (Japan)
Format CD
Genre J-Pop
Label Epic Records Japan

vestige is the 24th single released by T.M.Revolution. The song "vestige" was used as the insert song for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY in PHASE-39, 41, 42 & 49 as well as the opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY Final Plus: The Chosen Future.[56]
The song replaced "Wings of Words" as the fourth and final opening for the HD Remaster edition of Gundam SEED Destiny in 2013.

Catalog Number

ESCL-2667

Track listing

  1. vestige (vestige -ヴェスティージ-?)
  2. crosswise

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Singles #1[57] 176,028

Complete Best Albums[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED COMPLETE BEST[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED COMPLETE BEST
Compilation album by T.M.Revolution, See-Saw, Vivian or Kazuma, Nami Tamaki, Tatsuya Ishii, Mika Nakashima
Released September 26, 2003 (Japan)
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Associated Records Inc.

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED COMPLETE BEST is the compilation of all opening and ending themes featured in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED TV series as well as the insert song "Meteor".[58]
Catalog Number

AICL-1489~90 (CD+DVD Limited Edition)
AICL-1506 (CD Only Regular Edition)

Track listing

  1. INVOKE by T.M.Revolution
  2. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni by See-Saw (Limited Edition Bonus Track)
  3. moment by Vivian or Kazuma
  4. Believe by Nami Tamaki
  5. RIVER by Tatsuya Ishii
  6. Realize by Nami Tamaki
  7. FIND THE WAY by Mika Nakashima
  8. Meteor by T.M.Revolution
  9. INVOKE <phase shift armoured version> by T.M.Revolution
  10. moment <B4 ZA BEAT Remix> by Vivian or Kazuma
  11. Believe -FREEDOM G CONTROL MIX- by Nami Tamaki
  12. RIVER ~remix~ by Tatsuya Ishii
  13. Realize -EVERLASTING MIX- by Nami Tamaki

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Albums #2[59] 342,307

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY COMPLETE BEST[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY COMPLETE BEST
Compilation album by T.M.Revolution, Nami Tamaki, HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR, Mika Arisaka, Hitomi Takahashi, Rie fu, CHEMISTRY See-Saw
Released November 2, 2005 (Japan)
Genre J-Pop
Label Sony Music Japan

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY COMPLETE BEST is the compilation of all opening and ending themes featured in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY TV series as well as the insert song "Meteor" and "vestige".[60]
Catalog Number

SMCL-111~2 (CD+DVD Limited Edition)
SMCL-113 (CD Only Regular Edition)

Track listing

  1. ignited by T.M.Revolution
  2. Reason by Nami Tamaki
  3. PRIDE by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR
  4. Life Goes On by Mika Arisaka
  5. Bokutachi no Yukue by Hitomi Takahashi
  6. I Wanna Go To A Place... by Rie fu
  7. Wings of Words by CHEMISTRY
  8. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru by See-Saw
  9. Meteor by T.M.Revolution
  10. vestige by T.M.Revolution
  11. Reason -NYLON Stay Cool Mix- by Nami Tamaki
  12. PRIDE ~"Phantom pain" norishirobreakmegamix~ by HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR
  13. Wings of Words (alas de palabras) by CHEMISTRY

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Albums #1[61] 351,251

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ~ SEED DESTINY BEST "THE BRIDGE" Across the Songs from GUNDAM SEED & SEED DESTINY[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ~ SEED DESTINY BEST "THE BRIDGE" Across the Songs from GUNDAM SEED & SEED DESTINY
Compilation album by See-Saw, Mika Arisaka, FictionJunction Yuuka, Houko Kuwashima, lisa, Sōichirō Hoshi, Rie Tanaka, Naomi Shindō, Tomokazu Seki, Kenichi Suzumura, Junichi Suwabe, Masakazu Morita, Fumiko Orikasa, Megumi Toyoguchi, Toshihiko Sahashi, Shinji Kakijima
Released November 22, 2006 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ~ SEED DESTINY BEST "THE BRIDGE" Across the Songs from GUNDAM SEED & SEED DESTINY is the compilation of ending themes, insert and character songs from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY.[62]
Catalog Number

VICL-62050~1

CD1 Track listing

  1. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni by See-Saw
  2. Life Goes On by Mika Arisaka
  3. Akatsuki no Kuruma piano supplement version by FictionJunction Yuuka
  4. Shinkai no Kodoku by Houko Kuwashima
  5. Honoh no Tobira by FictionJunction Yuuka
  6. tears ~full version by lisa
  7. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru by See-Saw
  8. ORIGINAL SOUNDEFFECT TRACK ~MEMORY~ by Toshihiko Sahashi
  9. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni 2006 by See-Saw

CD2 Track listing

  1. Ima Kono Shunkan ga Subete by Sōichirō Hoshi as Kira Yamato
  2. Shizuka na Yoru ni by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne
  3. Precious Rose by Naomi Shindō as Cagalli Yula Athha
  4. Shoot by Tomokazu Seki as Yzak Joule
  5. Nicol no Piano "Namida no Theme" by Shinji Kakijima
  6. Mizu no Akashi by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne
  7. Primal Innocence ~Bridge version by Kenichi Suzumura as Shinn Asuka
  8. Eden of necessity by Junichi Suwabe as Sting Oakley
  9. Pale repetition by Masakazu Morita as Auel Neider
  10. Quiet Night C.E. 73 by Rie Tanaka as Meer Campbell
  11. EMOTION by Rie Tanaka as Meer Campbell
  12. REY ZA BURREL'S PIANO "Omokage" by Shinji Kakijima
  13. Please by Fumiko Orikasa as Meyrin Hawke and Megumi Toyoguchi as Miriallia Haw
  14. Fields of hope by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne
  15. TOMORROW by Sōichirō Hoshi as Kira Yamato

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Sales
Oricon Weekly Albums #14[63] 67,178

Symphony Suit Albums[edit]

Symphony SEED -Symphonic Suit Mobile Suit Gundam SEED-[edit]

Symphony SEED -Symphonic Suit Mobile Suit Gundam SEED-
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, London Symphony Orchestra
Released May 8, 2004 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Symphony SEED -Symphonic Suit Mobile Suit Gundam SEED- is a collaboration album between Mobile Suit Gundam SEED music and London Symphony Orchestra.[64]
Catalog Number

VICL-61400

Track listing

  1. Opening - Chapter 1: Aoki Umi ni Midare no Yokan (Opening 第一章 蒼き海に乱れの予感?)
  2. Suspense - Chapter 2: Shinobi Kuru Kaze no Hamon (Suspense 第二章 忍びくる風の波紋?)
  3. Take off - Chapter 3: Ooinaru Yuushi no Kodou (Take off 第三章 大いなる勇士の鼓動?)
  4. Memory - Chapter 4: Itoshimi no Senritsu no Kanata (Memory 第四章 愛しみの旋律の彼方?)
  5. Zafuto - Chapter 5: Seigi Toiu Na no Akai Kawa (Zafuto 第五章 正義という名の赤い河?)
  6. Death - Chapter 6: Kanashimi no Kienu Sekai (Death 第六章 哀しみの消えぬ世界で?)
  7. Gundam - Chapter 7: Yureru Kokoro to Chikai no Kizuna (Gundam 第七章 揺れる心と誓いの絆?)
  8. The Song - Chapter 8: Anna ni Issho Datta no ni (The Song 第八章 あんなに一緒だったのに?)
  9. A Wish - Chapter 9: Shizuka Naru Heiwa no Chou (A Wish 第九章 静かなる平和の調?)
  10. Finale - Chapter 10: Tatakai no Hate Todoke Rareta Omoi (Finale 第十章 闘いの果てに届けられた想い?)

Symphony SEED DESTINY -Symphonic Suit Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY-[edit]

Symphony SEED DESTINY -Symphonic Suit Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY-
Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, London Symphony Orchestra
Released December 16, 2005 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Symphony SEED DESTINY -Symphonic Suit Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY- is a collaboration album between Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY music and London Symphony Orchestra.[65]
Catalog Number

VICL-61830

Track listing

  1. Opening - Chapter 1: Unmei no Tobira Akareru Koku (Opening 第一章 運命の扉開かれる刻?)
  2. Brand New Days - Chapter 2: Shimesareta Sekai to Yakusoku (Brand New Days 第二章 示された世界と約束?)
  3. Battle in the Space - Chapter 3: Senka Chiri Saku Shikkoku no Sora (Battle in the Space 第三章 戦火散り咲く漆黒の空?)
  4. The Shadow of his mind - Chapter 4 - Seigi de Nurareta Tsumi wo Zaisho (The Shadow of his mind 第四章 正義で塗られた罪の在処?)
  5. War - Chapter 5 - Souten ni Yureru Ken to SAkebi (War 第五章 蒼天に揺れる剣と叫び?)
  6. SINN ASUKA - Chapter 6 - Kirisakareta Omoi to Kunou no Hitomi (SINN ASUKA 第六章 切り裂かれた想いと苦悩の瞳?)
  7. Spaceship MINERVA - Chapter 7 - Soumei Naru Megami no Kan (Spaceship MINERVA 第七章 聡明なる女神の艦?)
  8. ORB - Chapter 8 - Ken Naki Tasogare no Daichi (ORB 第八章 剣無き黄昏の大地?)
  9. Shyer Soldier - Chapter 9 - Jiyuu to iu Na no Kodoku (Shyer Soldier 第九章 自由という名の孤独?)
  10. STELLAR - Chapter 10 - Kanashimi ni Shizumu Setsuna no Yurikagoi (STELLAR 第十章 哀しみに沈む刹那の揺り籠?)
  11. After the Glory - Chapter 11 - Mayoeru Tsubasa ni Erabareshi Ashita (After the glory 第十一章 迷える翼に選ばれし明日?)
  12. Finale - Chapter 12 - Atarashiki Sekai ga Shiru Konmei no Mirai (Finale 第十二章 新しき世界が知る混迷の未来?)

Suit CDs[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.1 STRIKE x KIRA YAMATO[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.1 STRIKE x KIRA YAMATO
EP by Sōichirō Hoshi, Toshihiko Sahashi
Released March 21, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.1 STRIKE x KIRA YAMATO is the first suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, featured image song of Kira Yamato, performed by Sōichirō Hoshi.[66]
Catalog Number

VICL-61071

Track listing

  1. Ima, Kono Shunkan ga Subete (今、この瞬間がすべて Now, This is the Moment of Everything?) by Sōichirō Hoshi as Kira Yamato
  2. "Torii" ~Kira Yamato Hen (「トリィ」~キラ・ヤマト編 "Birdy" ~Kira Yamato's Stories?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Hishou (飛翔 Flight?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  4. Ima, Kono Shunkan ga Subete (Original Karaoke)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.2 ATHRUN x CAGALLI[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.2 ATHRUN x CAGALLI
EP by Naomi Shindō, Toshihiko Sahashi
Released April 23, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.2 ATHRUN x CAGALLI is the second suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, featured image song of Cagalli Yula Athha, performed by Naomi Shindō.[67]
Catalog Number

VICL-61072

Track listing

  1. Precious Rose by Naomi Shindō as Cagalli Yula Athha
  2. "Torii" ~Athrun Zala Hen (「トリィ」~アスラン・ザラ編 "Birdy" ~Athrun Zala's Stories?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Sakurairo no Kisetsu (桜色の季節 Season of Cherry Blossom Colors?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  4. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni ~Athrun Zala feeling~ (あんなに一緒だったのに Although We Were Always Together?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  5. Precious Rose (Original Karaoke)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.3 LACUS x HARO[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.3 LACUS x HARO
EP by Rie Tanaka, Toshihiko Sahashi
Released May 21, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.3 LACUS x HARO is the third suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, featured "Mizu no Akashi", the insert song in Phases 36 and 41, as well as in Phase 10 of Gundam SEED Destiny, performed by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne (and in SEED Destiny, Meer Campbell) in the series.[68]
Catalog Number

VICL-61073

Track listing

  1. Mizu no Akashi (水の証 Evidence of Water?) by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne
  2. "Haro" (「ハロ」?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Arashi no Yokan (嵐の予感 Foreboding of Storm?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  4. Mizu no Akashi (Original Karaoke)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.4 MIGUEL x NICOL[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.4 MIGUEL x NICOL
EP by FictionJunction Yuuka, Toshihiko Sahashi, Shinji Kakijima
Released June 21, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.4 MIGUEL x NICOL is the fourth suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, featured insert song "Akatsuki no Kuruma", performed by FictionJunction Yuuka.[69]
Catalog Number

VICL-61074

Track listing

  1. Akatsuki no Kuruma (暁の車 Wheels of the Dawn?) by FictionJunction Yuuka
  2. "Creuset Tai ~1. Sempai" (「クルーゼ隊~1.先輩」 "Creuset Team ~1. Senior"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Namida no Theme (涙のテーマ Theme of Tears?) by Shinji Kakijima
  4. Midori no Kousen (緑の交戦 Combat of Green?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  5. Akatsuki no Kuruma (Original Karaoke)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.5 ATHRUN x YZAK x DEARKA[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.5 ATHRUN x YZAK x DEARKA
EP by Tomokazu Seki, Toshihiko Sahashi
Released July 23, 2003 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED SUIT CD vol.5 ATHRUN x YZAK x DEARKA is the fifth suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, featured image song of Yzak Joule, performed by Tomokazu Seki.[70]
Catalog Number

VICL-61075

Track listing

  1. Shoot by Tomokazu Seki as Yzak Joule
  2. "Creuset Tai ~2. Rival" (「クルーゼ隊~2.ライバル」」 "Creuset Team ~2. Rival"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Sora no Koe (空の声 Voices of the Sky?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  4. Ginga (銀河 The Milky Way?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  5. Ankoku Keiryaku (暗黒計略 Dark Artifice?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  6. Shinrai no Hanin (信頼の破綻 Failure of Trust?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  7. Kaze no Ishi (風の意思 Intention of the Wind?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  8. Senkyou Houkoku (戦況報告 Report on the State of War?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  9. Shoot (Original Karaoke)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.6 SHINN ASUKA x DESTINY GUNDAM[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.6 SHINN ASUKA x DESTINY GUNDAM
EP by Kenichi Suzumura, Mika Arisaka, Toshihiko Sahashi, Shinji Kakijima
Released June 22, 2005 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.6 SHINN ASUKA x DESTINY GUNDAM is the first suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, featured image song of Shinn Asuka, performed by Kenichi Suzumura.[71]
Catalog Number

VICL-61611

Track listing

  1. Primal Innocence by Kenichi Suzumura as Shinn Asuka
  2. "Arcademy Shinkyuu Shiken" (「アカデミー進級試験」 "Academy Exam for Promotion"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Life Goes On TV-Size type1 by Mika Arisaka
  4. REY ZA BURREL'S PIANO "Omokage" (面影 Silhouette?) by Shinji Kakijima
  5. THEME of MINERVA by Toshihiko Sahashi
  6. Primal Innocence (without vocal)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.7 AUEL NEIDER x STING OAKLEY[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.7 AUEL NEIDER x STING OAKLEY
EP by Junichi Suwabe, Masakazu Morita, Mika Arisaka, Toshihiko Sahashi, Shinji Kakijima
Released July 21, 2005 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.7 AUEL NEIDER x STING OAKLEY is the second suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, featured image song of Sting Oakley and Auel Neider, performed by Junichi Suwabe and Masakazu Morita.[72]
Catalog Number

VICL-61612

Track listing

  1. Eden of necessity by Junichi Suwabe as Sting Oakley
  2. "Yuujou no Basketball" (「友情のバスケットボール」 "Basketball of Friendship"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Life Goes On TV-Size type2 by Mika Arisaka
  4. REY ZA BURREL'S PIANO "Kiseki" (軌跡 Locale?) by Shinji Kakijima
  5. ONE DAY by Toshihiko Sahashi
  6. Pale repetition by Masakazu Morita as Auel Neider
  7. Eden of necessity (without vocal)
  8. Pale repetition (without vocal)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.8 LACUS CLYNE x MEER CAMPBELL[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.8 LACUS CLYNE x MEER CAMPBELL
EP by Rie Tanaka, Mika Arisaka, Toshihiko Sahashi
Released September 22, 2005 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.8 LACUS CLYNE x MEER CAMPBELL is the third suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, featured insert song "Quiet Night C.E.73" and "EMOTION", performed by Rie Tanaka as Meer Campbell in the series.[73]
Catalog Number

VICL-61613

Track listing

  1. Quiet Night C.E.73 by Rie Tanaka as Meer Campbell
  2. "Hisaku" (「秘策」 "Secret Step"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Life Goes On TV-Size type3 by Mika Arisaka
  4. EMOTION by Rie Tanaka as Meer Campbell
  5. THEME of ARCHANGEL by Toshihiko Sahashi
  6. Quiet Night C.E.73 (without vocal)
  7. EMOTION (without vocal)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.9 ATHRUN ZALA x ∞ JUSTICE GUNDAM[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.9 ATHRUN ZALA x ∞ JUSTICE GUNDAM
EP by Fumiko Orikasa, Megumi Toyoguchi, See-Saw, Toshihiko Sahashi
Released January 25, 2006 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.9 ATHRUN ZALA x ∞ JUSTICE GUNDAM is the fifth suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, featured image song of Meyrin Hawke and Miriallia Haw, performed by Fumiko Orikasa and Megumi Toyoguchi.[74]
Catalog Number

VICL-61614

Track listing

  1. Please by Fumiko Orikasa as Meyrin Hawke and Megumi Toyoguchi as Miriallia Haw
  2. "Shimai" (「姉妹」 "Sisters"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru TV-Size type1 by See-Saw
  4. Mirai (未来 The Future?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  5. Kiseki no Kodou (奇跡の鼓動 Beat of Miracle?) by Toshihiko Sahashi
  6. Please (without vocal)

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.10 KIRA YAMATO x STRIKE FREEDOM GUNDAM[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.10 KIRA YAMATO x STRIKE FREEDOM GUNDAM
EP by Sōichirō Hoshi, See-Saw, Shinji Kakijima
Released January 25, 2006 (Japan)
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY SUIT CD vol.10 KIRA YAMATO x STRIKE FREEDOM GUNDAM is the fifth suit CD of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY, featured image song of Kira Yamato, performed by Sōichirō Hoshi.[75]
Catalog Number

VICL-61615

Track listing

  1. TOMORROW by Sōichirō Hoshi as Kira Yamato
  2. "Meinichi" (「命日」 "Death Day"?) (Suit Mini Drama)
  3. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru TV-Size type2 by See-Saw
  4. Nicol no Piano "Haru no Theme" (ニコルのピアノ "春のテーマ" Nicol's Piano "Theme of the Spring"?) by Shinji Kakijima
  5. Nicol no Piano "Wakare no Theme" (ニコルのピアノ "別れのテーマ" Nicol's Piano "Theme of Separation"?) by Shinji Kakijima
  6. Nicol no Piano "Yūjou no Theme" (ニコルのピアノ "友情のテーマ" Nicol's Piano "Theme of Friendship"?) by Shinji Kakijima
  7. Nicol no Piano "Ame no Theme" (ニコルのピアノ "雨のテーマ" Nicol's Piano "Theme of the Rain"?) by Shinji Kakijima
  8. TOMORROW (without vocal)

Others[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED & SEED DESTINY Clipping 4 Songs[edit]

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED & SEED DESTINY Clipping 4 Songs
Video by Mika Arisaka, See-Saw, FictionJunction Yuuka
Released May 24, 2006 (Japan)
Genre Anime
Label Victor Entertainment

Mobile Suit Gundam SEED & SEED DESTINY Clipping 4 Songs is a DVD containing music videos of four songs from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY.[76]
Catalog Number

VIBF-200

Tracklist

  1. Life Goes On by Mika Arisaka
  2. Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru by See-Saw
  3. Honoh no Tobira by FictionJunction Yuuka
  4. Anna ni Issho Datta no ni ~2006 MIX by See-Saw

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