Saint Seiya Original Soundtrack I–VIII

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Saint Seiya OST I
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released January 21, 1987
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 44:05
Saint Seiya OST II
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released August 1, 1987
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 53:55
Saint Seiya OST III
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released December 21, 1987
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 45:19
Saint Seiya OST IV
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released April 1, 1988
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 41:32
Saint Seiya OST V
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released August 21, 1988
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 42:49
Saint Seiya OST VI
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released October 1, 1988
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 44:42
Saint Seiya OST VII
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released December 21, 1988
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 39:20
Saint Seiya OST VIII
Soundtrack album by Seiji Yokoyama and The Andromeda Armonique Orchestra
Released April 8, 1989
Genre Anime soundtrack
Length 45:02

The Saint Seiya Original Soundtrack I–VIII are eight CDs, released independently, containing the original soundtrack (OST) of the Saint Seiya anime. In addition to the music from the anime, these CDs also include the OSTs from four of the Saint Seiya movies: "Evil Goddess Eris", "The Heated Battle of the Gods", "Legend of Crimson Youth" and "Warriors of the Final Holy Battle". The music was composed by Seiji Yokoyama and interpreted by the Andromeda Armonique Orchestra.

It was one of the first soundtracks to be released not with traditional J-Pop songs, but as background music.

Saint Seiya OST I[edit]

The first OST contains background music from the first part of the anime (Sanctuary). It was released on January 21, 1987, by Nippon Columbia.[1]

Saint Seiya OST II[edit]

The second OST contains background music from the first part of the anime (Sanctuary), as well as the soundtrack of the first movie, "Evil Goddess Eris". It was released on August 1, 1987, by Nippon Columbia.[2]

Saint Seiya OST III[edit]

The third OST contains more background music from the first part of the anime (Sanctuary), as well as the opening and ending themes "Pegasus Fantasy" and "Forever Blue". It was released on December 21, 1987, by Nippon Columbia.[3]

Saint Seiya OST IV[edit]

The fourth CD contains the soundtrack from the second Saint Seiya movie, "The Heated Battle of the Gods". It was released by Nippon Columbia on April 1, 1988, with the subtitle "The Heated Battle of the Gods" (神々の熱き戦い, Kamigami no atsuki tatakai).[4]

Saint Seiya OST V[edit]

The fifth CD contains the soundtrack from the third Saint Seiya movie, "Legend of Crimson Youth". It was released by Nippon Columbia on August 21, 1988, with the subtitle "Legend of Crimson Youth" (真紅の少年伝説, Shinku no shōnen densetsu).[5]

Saint Seiya OST VI[edit]

The sixth CD contains the soundtrack from the second part of the anime (Asgard saga), as well as instrumental versions of the opening and ending themes "Soldier Dream" and "Blue Dream". It was released by Nippon Columbia on October 1, 1988, with the subtitle "Golden Ring Chapter" (黄金の指輪篇, Ōgon no yubiwa hen).[6]

Saint Seiya OST VII[edit]

The seventh CD contains the soundtrack from the third part of the anime, the Poseidon saga. It was released by Nippon Columbia on December 21, 1988, with the subtitle "Poseidon Chapter" (ポセイドン篇, Poseidon hen).[7]

Saint Seiya OST VIII[edit]

The eighth CD contains the soundtrack from the fourth Saint Seiya movie, "Warriors of the Final Holy Battle". It was released by Nippon Columbia on April 8, 1989, with the subtitle "Warriors of the Final Holy Battle" (最終聖戦の戦士たち, Saishūseisen no senshitachi).[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 1" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  2. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 2" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  3. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 3" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  4. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 4" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  5. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 5" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  6. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 6" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  7. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 7" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  8. ^ "Saint Seiya OST 8" (in French). OST-Center.fr. Retrieved 2011-04-09.