List of Macross Frontier albums

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This article lists the albums attributed to the series Macross Frontier. The entire scores of the series were composed by Yoko Kanno. Two Japanese pop singers, May'n and Megumi Nakajima under stagenames Sheryl Nome starring May'n and Ranka Lee = Megumi Nakajima, have lent their voices to the songs of two fictional songtresses Sheryl Nome and Ranka Lee. Singer and voice actress Maaya Sakamoto also make an appearance as Ranshe Mei, Ranka's mother. Macross Frontier music has received a big success in Japan with all albums and singles making the Oricon weekly charts top 3, in total, Macross Frontier music has sold more than 900,000 copies in Japan.[1]

Albums[edit]

O.S.T.1 Nyan FRO.[edit]

Macross Frontier O.S.T.1 Nyan FRO.
Soundtrack album by Yoko Kanno, Maaya Sakamoto, May'n and Megumi Nakajima
Released Japan June 4, 2008
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 76:37
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier O.S.T.1 Nyan FRO. (マクロスF O.S.T.1 娘フロ。 Makurosu Furontia O.S.T.1 Nyan Furo.?, Macross Frontier O.S.T.1 Girls FRO.)[2] is the first soundtrack album of Macross Frontier. The album features opening, ending themes and insert songs from the first half of the series.

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

O.S.T.2 Nyan TRA☆[edit]

Macross Frontier O.S.T.2 Nyan TRA☆
Soundtrack album by Yoko Kanno, May'n, Megumi Nakajima and Maaya Sakamoto
Released Japan October 8, 2008
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 74:35
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier O.S.T.2 Nyan TRA☆ (マクロスF O.S.T.2 娘トラ☆ Makurosu Furontia O.S.T.2 Nyan Tora?, Macross Frontier O.S.T.2 Girls TRA☆) is the second soundtrack album of Macross Frontier. The album features opening, ending themes and insert songs from the second half of the series.[3]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno except track #13 by Kazuhiko Kato with arrangement by Yoko Kanno.

Vocal Collection Nyan Tama♀[edit]

Macross Frontier Vocal Collection Nyan Tama♀
Compilation album by Yoko Kanno, May'n, Megumi Nakajima and Maaya Sakamoto
Released Japan December 3, 2008
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 143:08
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier VOCAL COLLECTION Nyan Tama♀ (マクロスF(フロンティア) VOCAL COLLECTION 娘たま♀ Makurosu Furontia VOCAL COLLECTION Nyan Tama?)[4] is the a complete collection compilation album of opening-ending themes and insert songs of Macross Frontier. This album also features unreleased songs from the two soundtracks.

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno except disc 1/track #11 by Kentarō Haneda and disc 1/track #18 and disc 2/track #9 by Kazuhiko Kato.

Universal Bunny[edit]

Universal Bunny
EP by Sheryl Nome starring May'n (シェリル・ノーム starring May'n)
Released Japan November 25, 2009
Genre J-Pop
Length 36:49
Label Victor Entertainment

Universal Bunny (ユニバーサル・バニー Yunibāsaru Banī?)[5] is May'n's Sheryl Nome mini-album for the first movie adaptation of Macross Frontier. The mini-album includes pink monsoon as its leading single which is used as an insert song and was released one month ahead at May'n's 20th birthday. The second songs revealed is Universal Bunny which was used as the commercial song for the movie.

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

Macross Frontier Concept Album "cosmic cuune"[edit]

Macross Frontier Concept Album "cosmic cuune"
EP by Ranka Lee = Megumi Nakajima (ランカ・リー=中島愛), Sheryl Nome starring May'n (シェリル・ノーム starring May'n) and Frontier Stars.
Released Japan November 24, 2010
Genre J-Pop
Length 41:27
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier Concept Album "cosmic cuune" (マクロスF コンセプトアルバム「cosmic cuune」(コズミックキューン)?) is a Christmas-themed compilation from the anime series “Macross Frontier” including tunes newly composed by Yoko Kanno.[6] It was initially announced that the album would include seven tracks, but one more track was added later. The resulting eight tracks are: two songs by Ranka, two by Sheryl, three duets by the two singers, and one by the two singers and the "Frontier Stars."

The "Stars" are: Alto, Ranka, Sheryl, Michel, Clan, Bobby, Monica, and Ram. The Sheryl included in the Stars refers to voice actress Aya Endo, who also participates in this track. This song, entitled "Merry Christmas without You", is one of the two Christmas songs in the album; the other is a Christmas version of "Seikan Hikō" (by Ranka and Sheryl). Songs from this album will be featured in two concerts entitled "Chōjiku [Super-dimensional] Super Live: Merry Christmas Without You", one to be held at Budokan on December 22, 2010 and the other at Kobe Port Island Hall (World Memory Hall) on December 24, 2010.[7]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

Macross Frontier ~Sayonara no Tsubasa~ Netabare Album The End of "Triangle"[edit]

Macross Frontier ~Sayonara no Tsubasa~ Netabare Album The End of "Triangle"
Soundtrack album by Yoko Kanno, May'n, Megumi Nakajima
Released Japan March 9, 2011
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 1:13:47
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier ~Sayonara no Tsubasa~ Netabare Album The End of "Triangle" (劇場版マクロスF サヨナラノツバサ netabare album the end of "triangle" Gekijōban Makurosu Furontia Sayonara no Tsubasa netabare album the end of "triangle"?)[8] is the soundtrack album for the second movie adaptation of Macross Frontier entitiled Macross Frontier ~Sayonara no Tsubasa~.

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

Singles[edit]

Triangler[edit]

Main article: Triangler

"Triangler" is the first opening of Macross Frontier.

Diamond Crevasse / Iteza Gogo Kuji Don't be late[edit]

"Diamond Crevasse / Iteza Gogo Kuji Don't be late"
Single by Sheryl Nome starring May'n (シェリル・ノームstarring May'n)
Released Japan May 08, 2008
Format CD (VTCL-35025)
Genre J-Pop
Length 23:23
Label Victor Entertainment

"Diamond Crevasse / Iteza☆Gogo Kuji Don't be late" (ダイアモンド クレバス / 射手座☆午後九時Don't be late Daiamondo Kurebasu/Iteza Gogo Kuji Donto Bī Reito?) is May'n's re-debut single under Victor Entertainment label, released under stage name Sheryl Nome starring May'n. The song "Diamond Crevasse" was used as the second ending theme for Macross Frontier and "Iteza☆Gogo Kuji Don't be late" as an insert song performed by Sheryl Nome in the series.[9]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Diamond Crevasse (ダイアモンド クレバス Daiamondo Kurebasu?)" hal 5:57
2. "Iteza☆Gogo Kuji Don't be late (射手座☆午後九時Don't be late?, Sagittarius☆9PM Don't be late)" Dai Satō, hal, Maiku Sugiyama, Gabriela Robin 5:46
3. "Diamond Crevasse (without Sheryl)"   5:57
4. "Iteza Gogo Kuji Don't be late (without Sheryl)"   5:44
Total length: 23:23

Seikan Hikō[edit]

"Seikan Hikō"
Single by Megumi Nakajima = Ranka Lee
Released Japan June 25, 2008
Format CD (VTCL-35029)
Genre J-Pop
Length 19:23
Label Victor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
- "Seikan Hikō"
(2008)
"Lion"
(2008)
Music video
"Seikan Hikō TV Size" on YouTube

"Seikan Hikō" (星間飛行?, Interstellar Flight) is the debut single of both Megumi Nakajima and Ranka Lee. The songs "Ai Oboete Imasu ka" and "Watashi no Kare wa Pilot" were covers of Lynn Minmay's songs from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross and Macross: Do You Remember Love?.[10]

Track listing
No. Title Lyrics Music Arrangement Length
1. "Seikan Hikō (星間飛行?, Interstellar Flight)" Takashi Matsumoto Yoko Kanno Yoko Kanno 3:54
2. "Neko Nikki (ねこ日記?, Cat Diary)" Hiroshi Ichikura Yoko Kanno Yoko Kanno 4:20
3. "Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Deculture Edition size) (愛・おぼえていますか (デカルチャーエディションsize) Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Dekaruchā Edishon size)?, Do You Remember Love? (Deculture Edition size))" Kazumi Yasui Kazuhiko Kato Yoko Kanno 2:41
4. "Watashi no Kare wa Pilot -MISS MACROSS 2059- (私の彼はパイロット -MISS MACROSS 2059- Watashi no Kare wa Pairotto -MISS MACROSS 2059-?, My Boyfriend is a Pilot)" Akane Asa Kentarō Haneda Yoko Kanno, Hisaaki Hokari 1:56
5. "Seikan Hikō (without Ranka)"   Yoko Kanno Yoko Kanno 3:53
6. "Ai Oboete Imasu ka (Deculture Edition size without Ranka)"   Kazuhiko Kato Yoko Kanno 2:39
Total length: 19:23

Lion[edit]

"Lion"
Single by May'n and Megumi Nakajima
from the album May'n☆Street ;I Love You
B-side Northern Cross
Released Japan August 20, 2008
Format CD (VTCL-35033)
Genre J-Pop
Length 20:42
Label Victor Entertainment

"Lion" (ライオン Raion?) is May'n's fifth single and Megumi Nakajima's second single. "Lion" and "Northern Cross" were used as the second opening and ending theme for Macross Frontier.[11]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No. Title Lyrics Vocals Length
1. "Lion (ライオン Raion?)" Gabriela Robin May'n & Megumi Nakajima 5:06
2. "Northern Cross (ノーザンクロス Nōzan Kurosu?)" Yūho Iwasato, Gabriela Robin May'n 5:18
3. "Lion (without vocal)"     5:06
4. "Northern Cross (without vocal)"     5:12
Total length: 20:42

Sheryl no Uchū Kyōdaibune Nado.[edit]

"Sheryl no Uchū Kyōdaibune Nado."
Single by Sheryl Nome and Bobby Margot
B-side Bobby no Ninjin Tō.
Released Japan December 24, 2008
Format CD (VTCL-35044)
Genre J-Pop
Length 7:22
Label Victor Entertainment

"Sheryl no Uchū Kyōdaibune Nado." (シェリルの宇宙兄弟船 など。 Sheryl's Brother Spaceship and More.?) is Sheryl Nome and Bobby Margot's special release. The single features Sheryl's cover of Ichirō Dokugawa's "Uchū Kyōdaibune" and Bobby's cover of Ranka Lee's "Ninjīn Loves you yeah!"

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No. Title Vocals Length
1. ""Sheryl no Uchū Kyōdaibune" (シェリルの宇宙兄弟船 Sheriru no Uchū Kyōdaibune?, Sheryl's Brother Spaceship)" Sheryl Nome 1:54
2. "Bobby no Ninjin Tō. (ボビーのニンジン等。 Bobī no Ninjin Tō.?, Bobby's Carrots and Others.)" Bobby Margot 1:50
3. "Sheryl no Uchū Kyōdaibune (Karaoke)"   1:54
4. "Bobby no Ninjin Tō. (Karaoke)"   1:44
Total length: 7:22

Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado.[edit]

"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado."
Single by Ranka Lee and Bobby Margot
Released Japan December 24, 2008
Format CD (VTCL-35043)
Genre J-Pop
Length 7:12
Label Victor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Lion"
(2008)
"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado."
(2008)
"Tenshi ni Naritai"
(2008)

"Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado." (ランカとボビーのSMS小隊の歌 など。 Ranka to Bobī no SMS Shōtai no Uta Nado.?, Ranka and Bobby's SMS Platoon Theme and More.) is Ranka Lee and Bobby Margot's special release. The single features Ranka's cover of "SMS Platoon Theme" and Bobby's cover of Lynn Minmay's "Watashi no Kare wa Pilot"

No. Title Lyrics Music Vocals Length
1. "Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta (ランカとボビーのSMS小隊の歌 Ranka to Bobī no SMS Shōtai no Uta?, Ranka and Bobby's SMS Platoon Theme)" Yoko Kanno Yoko Kanno Megumi Nakajima=Ranka Lee & Kenta Miyake=Bobby Margot 1:01
2. "Bobby no Watashi no Kare wa Pilot ~ Mōsō no Kare mo Pilot (ボビーの私の彼はパイロット~妄想の彼もパイロット Bobī no Watashi no Kare wa Pairotto ~ Mōsō no Kare mo Pairotto?, Bobby's My Boyfriend is a Pilot ~ The Delusional Guy is Also a Pilot)" Akane Asa Kentarō Haneda Kenta Miyake=Bobby Margot 2:38
3. "Ranka to Bobby no SMS Shōtai no Uta (Karaoke)"   Yoko Kanno   1:01
4. "Bobby no Watashi no Kare wa Pilot ~ Mōsō no Kare mo Pilot (Karaoke)"   Kentarō Haneda   2:32
Total length: 7:12

pink monsoon[edit]

"pink monsoon"
Single by Sheryl Nome starring May'n (シェリル・ノームstarring May'n)
from the album Universal Bunny
B-side Tenshi ni Nacchatta
Released Japan October 21, 2009
Format CD (VTCL-35088)
Genre J-Pop
Label Victor Entertainment

"pink monsoon" is May'n's fourth single, released under stage name Sheryl Nome starring May'n. The song "pink monsoon" is described as Sheryl Nome's debut single released at the age of 16 and was used as insert songs for the first movie adaptation of Macross Frontier along with "Tenshi ni Nacchatta".[12] A preview for "pink monsoon" was featured in Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra4.

Track listing

All lyrics written by Gabriela Robin; all music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No. Title Length
1. "pink monsoon" 4:44
2. "Tenshi ni Nacchatta (天使になっちゃった?, I Have Become an Angel)" 4:20
3. "pink monsoon w/o sheryl" 4:46
4. "Tenshi ni Nacchatta w/o sheryl" 4:14
Total length: 18:04

CM Ranka[edit]

"CM Ranka"
Single by Ranka Lee=Megumi Nakajima ; ランカ・リー=中島愛
Released Japan December 16, 2009
Format CD (VTCL-35089)
Genre J-Pop
Length 13:10
Label Victor Entertainment
Megumi Nakajima Singles chronology
"Jellyfish no Kokuhaku"
(2009)
"CM Ranka"
(2009)
"Melody"
(2010)

CM Ranka (CM ランカ?),[13] this single contains songs sung by Megumi Nakajima in the movie Macross Frontier The Movie: The False Songstress, the song "Sō da yo" was used as ending theme of the movie, from second to seventh track are songs of commercials sung by Ranka in the movie, except Ninjin loves you yeah!. The eighth track on the CD was confirmed on the official website of Flying Dog.[14]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Sō da yo. (そうだよ。?, It Is So.)" Maaya Sakamoto / Gabriela Robin 4:01
2. "Starlight Nattō (スターライト納豆 Sutāraito Nattō?, Starlight Fermented Soybeans)" Hiroshi Ichikura 1:49
3. "Dynam Chōgōkin (ダイナム超合金 Dainamu Chōgōkin?, Dynam Toy Brand)" Eiji Kurokawa 1:32
4. "Kaitaku Jūki (開拓重機?, Reclamation Heavy Machinery)" Hiroshi Ichikura 1:19
5. "Daruma Seminar (だるまゼミナール Daruma Semināru?, Daruma Doll Seminar)" Hiroshi Ichikura 0:42
6. "Ninjīn loves you yeah! (ニンジーン loves you yeah!?, Carrots loves you yeah!)" Hiroshi Ichikura 1:03
7. "Family Mart Cosmos (ファミリーマート・コスモス Famirī Māto Kosumosu?)" Hiroshi Ichikura 1:41
8. "Koi no Dogfight (Chotto Dake) (恋のドッグファイト(ちょっとだけ) Koi no Doggufaito (Chotto Dake)?, Love's Dog Fight (Just a Little Bit))" Eiji Kurokawa 1:03
Total length: 13:10

Hōkago Overflow[edit]

"Hōkago Overflow"
Single by Megumi Nakajima = Ranka Lee, and May'n = Sheryl Nome
Released Japan January 25, 2011
Format CD (VTCL-35111)
Genre J-Pop
Label Victor Entertainment
Nakajima Megumi Singles chronology
"Melody"
(2010)
"Hōkago Overflow"
(2011)
 ??

"Hōkago Overflow (放課後オーバーフロウ Hōkago Ōbāfurō?, After-school Overflow) is the second single release from Ranka Lee for the movie Macross Frontier The Movie: The Wings of Goodbye. The single includes the B-side "Get it on-flying rock", sung with Sheryl, used in the PlayStation Portable game Macross Triangle Frontier.[15]

Track listing

All music composed by Yoko Kanno.

No. Title Lyrics Vocals Length
1. "Hōkago Overflow (放課後オーバーフロウ Hōkago Ōbāfurō?, After-school Overflow)" Gabriela Robin Ranka Lee = Megumi Nakajima  
2. "Get it on - flying rock" Tim Jensen, Gabriela Robin Ranka Lee = Megumi Nakajima / Sheryl Nome starring May'n  
3. "Hōkago Overflow (w/o ranka lee)"      
4. "Get it on - flying rock (w/o sheryl nome & ranka lee)"      

Drama CDs[edit]

After the TV series of Macross Frontier ended in October 2008, a series of four drama CDs was announced titled Nyan Dra (娘ドラ Girls' Drama?), released each month from April to July 2009. Each CD features untold stories and a special character song performed by voice actors which is cover of famous song from previous Macross series and is described as "Super Dimensional Duet" (超時空デュエット Chō Jikū Duet?).

Nyan Dra 1[edit]

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra1
Studio album audio drama
Released April 8, 2009
Length 42:43
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra1 (マクロスF ドラマCD 娘ドラ◎ドラ1 Macross F Drama CD Girls' Drama◎Drama 1?) is the first CD of the drama series. This drama CD features "Shao Pai Long", Lynn Minmay's songs from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross covered by Yuichi Nakamura and Sōichirō Hoshi under Alto Saotome and Brera Sterne character.[16]

Track listing
Catalog Number: VTCL-60102
No. Title Length
1. "Alto Meets Sky (アルト・ミーツ・スカイ?)" 11:48
2. "Dōkutsu no Triangler (洞窟のトライアングラー Cave's Triangler?)" 13:59
3. "Sheryl no Doki Doki Shotaiken (シェリルのドキ♡ドキ初体験 Sheryl's First Experience on Doki Doki?)" 12:38
4. "Shao Bai Long (小白竜 Little White Dragon?)" 4:17
Total length: 42:43

Nyan Dra 2[edit]

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra2
Studio album audio drama
Released May 6, 2009
Length 42:22
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra2 (マクロスF ドラマCD 娘ドラ◎ドラ2 Macross F Drama CD Girls' Drama◎Drama 2?) is the second CD of the drama series. This drama CD features "Runner", Lynn Minmay's songs from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross covered by Hiroshi Kamiya and Megumi Toyoguchi under Micheal Blanc and Klan Klan character.[17]

Track listing
Catalog Number: VTCL-60103
No. Title Length
1. "Luca to 3nin no Ghost (ルカと3人のゴースト Ruka to Sannin no Gōsuto?, Luca and Three Persons' Ghosts)" 11:30
2. "Ranka Idoling Chū (ランカ・アイドリング中! Ranka, in Idoling!?)" 12:33
3. "Pine Cake (パイン・ケーキ?)" 13:44
4. "Runner (ランナー?)" 4:34
Total length: 42:22

Nyan Dra 3[edit]

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra3
Studio album audio drama
Released June 3, 2009
Length 49:37
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra3 (マクロスF ドラマCD 娘ドラ◎ドラ3 Macross F Drama CD Girls' Drama◎Drama 3?) is the third CD of the drama series. This drama CD features "Totsugeki Love Heart", FIRE BOMBER's songs from Macross 7 covered by Katsuyuki Konishi, Sanae Kobayashi and Kenta Miyake under Ozma Lee, Catherine Glass and Bobby Margot character.[18]

Track listing
Catalog Number: VTCL-60104
No. Title Length
1. "Alto to Sheryl to China Dress (アルトとシェリルとチャイナドレス Alto, Sheryl and the China Dress?)" 12:22
2. "Galaxy Memory (ギャラクシー・メモリー?)" 17:28
3. "3nin Musume, Ima Hitotabi Seishun no Hikari to Kage (3人娘、いまひとたび青春の光と影 3 Girls, Now Is a Youth's Single Moment of Light and Shadow?)" 15:29
4. "Totsugeki Love Heart (突撃ラブハート Charge! Love Heart?)" 4:17
Total length: 49:37

Nyan Dra 4[edit]

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra4
Studio album audio drama
Released July 8, 2009
Length 48:02
Label Victor Entertainment

Macross Frontier Drama CD◎Nyan Dra Dra4 (マクロスF ドラマCD 娘ドラ◎ドラ4 Macross F Drama CD Girls' Drama◎Drama 4?) is the last CD of the drama series. This drama CD features "0-G Love", Lynn Minmay's songs from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross covered by Kikuko Inoue and Tomokazu Sugita under Grace O'Connor and Leon Mishima character.[19]

Track listing
Catalog Number: VTCL-60105
No. Title Length
1. "Nanase no Katte ni Happy Dream (ナナセの勝手にハッピードリーム Nanase's Involuntary Happy Dream?)" 15:05
2. "Trigger Blue (トリガー・ブルー?)" 14:13
3. "Pixie Shōtai no Yūutsu (ピクシー小隊の憂鬱 The Melancholy of the Pixie Platoon?)" 14:40
4. "0-G Love" 4:02
Total length: 48:02

External links[edit]

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