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Television Soundtracks[edit]

The soundtrack for the Tv series was composed by Shiro Sagisu, with titles for the background music provided by Hideaki Anno. Anno was also the producer for the soundtrack. Three albums were released, each featuring an Evangelion pilot on the cover art.


Neon Genesis Evangelion[edit]

The first album of the series to be released was Neon Genesis Evangelion. It was released by King Records with the catalog number KICA 286 on December 6, 1995. The tracks on the album were recorded between May 12, and May 16, 1995. The cover features Shinji Ikari and Unit-01.

Track Listing[1]

Neon Genesis Evangelion II[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion II was released by King Records on February 2, 1996. The cover art features Rei Ayanami

Track Listing[2]

Neon Genesis Evangelion III[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion III was released by King Records on May 22, 1997 with the catalog number KICA 300. The cover art features Asuka Langley Soryu, drawn by Shinya Hasegawa. The first copies came with a cardboard slipcase, and a booklet Encyclopedia of Neon Genesis Evangelion III which contained character designs.

Track Listing[3]

Evangelion:Death[edit]

Evangelion: Death is a soundtrack containing music from the first part of the first Evangelion film, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. The disc contains several tuning tracks and string solos that are portrayed in the film as being played by the four primary Evangelion pilots. The disc includes as bonus tracks "False Regeneration" from the Rebith portion of the film as well as Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem. The CD is no longer in print. [4]

The End of Evangelion[edit]

The End of Evangelion is the soundtrack album of the 1997 film The End of Evangelion. It features music composed and conducted by Shiro Sagisu. It also features the ending theme as well as Johann Sebastian Bach's Air on the G String and Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben.

Tracklisting

No. Title Length
1. "Interference of Others" (他人の干渉"Tanin no Kanshō")  
2. "The End of Midsummer" (真夏の終演"Manatsu no Shūen")  
3. "Emergency Evacuation to Regression" (退行への緊急避難"Taikō he no Kinkyūhinan")  
4. "False Regeneration" (偽りの、再生"Itsuwari no, Saisei")  
5. "Substitute Invasion" (身代わりの侵入"Migawari no Shinnyū")  
6. "II. Air (orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068, by J.S. Bach)"  
7. "The Passage of Emptiness" (空しき流れ"Munashiki Nagare")  
8. "Thanatos – If I Can't Be Yours" (Shiro Sagisu/Loren, Mash) [5]"  
9. "Escape to The Beginning" (始まりへの逃避"Hajimari he no Tōhi")  
10. "Honeymoon with Anxiety" (不安との密月"Fuan to no Mitsugetsu")  
11. "Komm, süsser Tod" (甘き死よ、来たれ"Amaki shi yo, Kita Re" ("Come, sweet Death"; Shiro Sagisu/Arianne; with piano, pipe organ, and various string arrangements orchestrated by Sagisu; see also Bach's "Komm, süßer Tod, komm selge Ruh" & Anno's original lyrics))  
12. "Jesus bleibet meine Freude (Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147, by J.S. Bach)"  
13. "Expansion of Blockage" (閉塞の拡大"Heisoku no Kakudai" [6])  
14. "Opening of Dream" (夢のスキマ"Yume no Sukima")  

Rebuild of Evangelion[edit]

The Soundtrack for the film series of Rebuild of Evangelion is composed by Shirō Sagisu and produced by Toshimichi Otsuki.

Shiro SAGISU Music from "EVANGELION: 1.0 YOU ARE (NOT) ALONE[edit]

Shiro SAGISU Music from "EVANGELION: 1.0 YOU ARE (NOT) ALONE" is the first soundtrack album featuring music from the film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone, composed by Shirō Sagisu. All tracks are here in their entirety, without being edited for film length. Most of these songs are new versions of pieces of background music from the original Evangelion animated television series. The score was recorded with the London Studio Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios in London, England.


Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack[edit]

Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack (catalog number KICA 886) is the second soundtrack album of the 2007 film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone. It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu, as well as the film's theme songs, performed by Utada Hikaru, and three bonus songs (two of which were unused in the film) sung by Misato Katsuragi's seiyū Kotono Mitsuishi. The first press version of the soundtrack included a white slipcover and an Evangelion: 1.0 postcard. The score was performed by the London Studio Orchestra, and recorded at Abbey Road Studios.


No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) -2007 MIX-"" Bart Howard/Utada Hikaru 3:25
2. "EM01#070720"   1:30
3. "EM02#070720"   2:28
4. "EMA_13_C"   0:17
5. "EM03_Edit#070705"   2:37
6. "EM11#070720"   1:59
7. "EM05B#070720"   2:31
8. "EM06#070720"   1:25
9. "EM07_B16_Edit#070705"   1:14
10. "EM08_B17_Edit#070705"   0:50
11. "EM09A_NewPiano_Edit#070705"   2:12
12. "EM10A_Edit#070705"   1:37
13. "EM04A_Short#070720"   1:06
14. "EM05A#070720"   2:00
15. "EM13#070720"   1:28
16. "EM16_Normal_Edit#070705"   1:54
17. "EMA_13_A"   0:24
18. "EMA_13_B#070705"   0:45
19. "EM15_C05_E#070705"   1:26
20. "B01_Guit_A_PreMix#070705"   1:36
21. "EM17_Edit#070705"   2:45
22. "EM18_Rhythm03_Premix#070705"   1:39
23. "EM10B_Edit#070705"   0:57
24. "EM20_Rhythm_Premix#070705"   0:46
25. "EM10B_Full_#070807"   1:14
26. "EM10_C_Long_Premix#070705"   1:51
27. "EM19_Premix#070705"   0:59
28. "EM20#070720"   3:54
29. "EM21_Premix#070705"   3:50
30. "EM09_Piano_D"   1:26
31. "Beautiful World" Utada Hikaru 5:15
32. "EMF02_Edit#070705"   0:37
33. "EMC_01_Nu"   0:57
34. "EM09_Piano_D_Full""   2:46
35. "EM20_Rhythm_Full"   3:51
36. "You are the only one" Kotono Mitsuishi 4:04
37. "蒼いレジェンド" Kotono Mitsuishi 4:34
38. "FALL in STAR" Kotono Mitsuishi 4:30

Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack[edit]

Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack is the soundtrack album of the 2009 film Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance. It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu and performed by the London Studio Orchestra, as well as two bonus songs. The album was released on July 8, 2009 in both a single-disc regular edition (catalog number KICA 985) containing the music as edited for the film, and a special edition (catalog number KICA 983/4) that features an additional disc containing unedited versions of the music and a twenty page booklet with commentary by Shirō Sagisu, as well as sheet music excerpts. The first press edition of the special edition included a hard plastic orange slipcover and an Evangelion: 2.0 postcard.

Compilations[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition is the fourth music album released relating to the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. It features a variety of tracks: three instrumental, five vocal, and four drama tracks. Addition was released on December 21, 1996 in Japan by King Records in two editions: a limited and a regular addition. the soundtrack "After the end" was a track within the set which, was humorous parody in which the reunited cast tries to come with ways to continue Evangelion'. The Cover shows Toji, Shinji , Rei , Asuka, Kaworu and EVA unit 01.


~refrain~ The Songs were inspired by "EVANGELION"[edit]

~refrain~ The Songs were inspired by "EVANGELION" is an album consisting of songs from and based on the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. Some of the songs are new versions of tracks included on Neon Genesis Evangelion II, Neon Genesis Evangelion III and Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. All songs are performed by Takahashi Yoko (who performed the opening theme for the series as well as other tracks), with the exception of track 14 which was recorded on the streets of London by street singers. The strange grammar of the title is a result of a slight mistranslation by the record company. This album is an official Evangelion album

Evangelion VOX[edit]

Evangelion-VOX is an album consisting of songs from and based on the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime TV series and the movie The End of Evangelion. The songs are R&B/Hip Hop remakes of several pieces of background music from the Evangelion series. One of them, "Thanatos - If I Can't Be Yours -", was played over the end credits of the End of Evangelion.

Track Listing

Disk 1
No. Title Length
1. "EVANTRODUCTION (A-4)" 2:53
2. "THE IMAGE OF ME-vocalise (A-1)" 5:02
3. "FROM MY DREAMS (A-4)" 5:34
4. "EVANGELISM (A-4)" 0:17
5. "CAN'T GET YOU OUTTA MY HEAD (A-4)" 4:33
6. "X-plicit" 1:26
7. "PRELUDE TO BATTLE (E-1)" 4:25
8. "BATTLING (E-1)" 4:46
9. "interlude-THANATOS (E-13)" 0:16
10. "THANATOS –IF I CAN'T BE YOURS– JAZZY SIDE STICK-MIX (E-13)" 4:46
11. "I'LL BE ALWAYS ON YOUR MIND (C-5)" 5:37
12. "ARMAGEDDON" 4:54
13. "Komm, süsser Tod TUMBLING DOWN-MIX (M-10)" 6:32
14. "ANGEL ATTACK (E-6)" 3:12
15. "UTOPIA" 4:56
16. ""PROMISED LAND - reprise" (F-2)" 1:08
17. "'PROMISED LAND' LOREN & MASH studio LIVE (F-2)" 5:02
18. "'STAR' LOREN & MASH studio LIVE (F-2)" 5:36
19. "THE IMAGE OF ME playback (A-1)" 0:30
20. "OUTRO - never shall we return from conflict we must learn (A-10)" 1:15
Total length: 72:32

Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works is a Soundtrack album Boxset containing the music of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. The Box set contained 7 disc and includes many unused songs and remixes of the series. Each disc contains a different character on the cover. the characters are, Rei, Shinji, Misato, Kaworu, Asuka, and EVA unit 00. the bonus disc contains a picture of a hand covered in blood as the cover.


Track listing[7]

Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact[edit]

Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series and the films Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. It was released in Japan on September 13, 2000 by King Records and in North America on September 7, 2004 by Geneon Entertainment. All of the songs on this album previously appeared on other Evangelion albums or singles.

Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami[edit]

Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami (エヴァンゲリオン THE BIRTHDAY OF Rei AYANAMI, Evangerion: THE BIRTHDAY OF Rei AYANAMI) is the twelfth music album released relating to the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. As its title indicates, its focus is Rei Ayanami, one of the three primary protagonists of Neon Genesis Evangelion. Rei Ayanami's "official" fictional birth date however, is unclear.[14][15].


Refrain of Evangelion[edit]

Refrain of Evangelion is a soundtrack album featuring music from the anime TV series Neon Genesis Evangelion and the films Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion.

This album also features a special bonus song, a previously unreleased song written for "The End of Evangelion" called "Everything You've Ever Dreamed".

Track listing [16]

Other[edit]

Symphony[edit]

Evangelion Symphony
Live album by Shirō Sagisu
Released December 22, 1997 (1997-12-22)
Recorded 1997
Genre Soundtrack
Length 49:20 (disc 1)
67:07 (disc 2)
Language English, Japanese
Label King Records, Star Child Records
Producer Shirō Sagisu
Neon Genesis Evangelion chronology
Evangelion-VOX
(1997)Evangelion-VOX1997
Evangelion Symphony
(1997)
Neon Genesis Evangelion: S2 Works
(1998)String Module Error: Match not found1998

Evangelion Symphony (エヴァンゲリオン交響楽, Evangerion Kōkyōgaku) is an orchestral live album featuring music from the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion. It was recorded at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall.[17]


Disc One
No. Title Length
1. "Fourth Movement from Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 'Choral'" (Excerpt)" 8:08
2. "TOKYO-3" (C-7" 3:39
3. "EVA-01 (E-3)" 3:41
4. "MC-1" 4:36
5. "NERV (A-3)" 2:48
6. "DECISIVE BATTLE (E-10" 2:24
7. "EVA-00" 1:45
8. "A Step Forward Into Terror (E-9)" 2:13
9. "Rei I (A-1)" 3:38
10. "Ritsuko (C-5)" 2:10
11. "Rei I (A-1)" 3:38
12. "MC-2" 3:21
13. "I Shinji (A-6)" 7:15
Total length: 49:20


Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "Prelude' from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007" 2:50
2. "Gavotte en Rondeau' from Partita for Solo Violin No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006" 3:28
3. "Canon and Gigue in D Major: String Quintet" 4:03
4. "Canon and Gigue in D Major: String Quintet & Rap" 5:40
5. "Canon and Gigue in D Major: Orchestra" 6:00
6. "Thanatos (E-13)" 4:42
7. "MC-3" 3:37
8. "Borderline Case (A-4)" 3:29
9. "Mother is the first other (A-10)" 2:34
10. "Fly me to the moon" 9:52
11. "MC-4" 3:57
12. "Hallelujah from "Messiah"" 5:38
Total length: 67:07


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