User talk:KrebMarkt/List of Neon Genesis Evangelion albums
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Sources & contested removed chuncks
- Neon Genesis Evangelion KICA-286 Rank 12, December 6, 1995. DVD Re-Edition KIAW-21 December 22, 2004.
- Neon Genesis Evangelion II KICA-290 Rank 4, February 16, 1996. DVD Re-Editon KIAW-22 December 22, 2004.
- Neon Genesis Evangelion III KICA-300 Rank 1, May 22, 1996. DVD Re-Editon KIAW-23 December 22, 2004.
- Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition Limited Ed. KIKA-333 Rank 5, Normal Ed. KICA-334 Rank 18, December 21, 1996.
- Evangelion: Death KICA-360 Rank 1, June 11, 1997. DVD Editon KIAW-24 December 22, 2004.
- Evangelion Symphony KICA-390 Rank 34, December 22, 1997.
- Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works KICA-421 Rank 38, December 4, 1998.
- Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact KICA-525 Rank 20, September 13, 2000.
- Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami KICA-537 Rank 45, March 30, 2001.
- Refrain of Evangelion KICA-608 Rank 62, November 22, 1995.
- Neon Genesis Evangelion: Decade KICA-718 Rank 24, October 26, 2005.
- End of the Evangelion KICA-370 Rank 3, September 26, 1997. DVD Editon KIAW-25 December 22, 2004.
- Refrain: The songs were inspired by Evangelion KICA-378 Rank 6, November 6, 1997.
- Refrain of Evangelion KICA-608 Rank 62, July 24, 2003.
- Evangelion-Vox KICA-382 Rank 10, December 3, 1997.
- Shiro Sagisu Music from "EVANGELION: 1.0 YOU ARE (NOT) ALONE" KIKA-887 Rank 28, September 26, 2007.
- Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Sound Track KIKA-886 Rank 38, May 25, 2008.
- Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Sound Track Limited Ed. KICA-983 Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Sound Track Standard Ed. KICA-985 Rank 8, July 8, 2009.
--KrebMarkt 16:33, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
- KIDA-116 Rank 17, October 25, 1995. OP only
- KIDA-114 Rank 27, October 25, 1995. OP/ED
- KICM-3041 Rank 41, March 26, 2003. OP/ED 2003 remix
- KICM-1272 Rank 22, May 13, 2009. OP/ED 2009 remix
"Komm, süsser Tod" was never released as a single so merge, than nuke it
--KrebMarkt 17:26, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
The Birthday of Rei Ayanami
|Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami|
|Released||March 30, 2001|
|Producer||Kouji Asano, Takashi Tokuhara|
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. The album features background music and instrumental tracks related to Rei's appearances in the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series and movies, and vocal tracks by her seiyu, Megumi Hayashibara, for the "Rei Ayanami versions" of certain songs related to Neon Genesis Evangelion. The Birthday of Rei Ayanami was released on March 30, 2001 in Japan by King Records, Hayashibara's 34th birthday. Rei Ayanami's "official" fictional birth date however, is unclear.. The Birthday of Rei Ayanami has only been released in Japan.
The album cover features an illustration by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, the character designer for the series. The CD itself depicts the front portion of Rei's plug suit bearing the inscription 00, which refers to her designated Evangelion, Unit 00.
|1.||"Cruel Angel's Thesis (A.D. 2001 mix)"||4:45|
|2.||"Rei I (A-1)"||2:59|
|3.||"Hedgehog's Dilemma (B-1)"||2:51|
|4.||"Rei II (B-20)"||2:57|
|5.||"Fly Me to the Moon (Ayanami Version)"||4:33|
|6.||"Do you love me? (A-4)"||2:20|
|7.||"HOSTILITY RESTRAINED (A-13C)"||1:39|
|8.||"Good, Or Don't Be (OP-2D Type)"||1:26|
|9.||"Tamashii No Refrain (Aqua Groove Mix)"||5:29|
|10.||"Hajimari e no Touhi (M-4)"||4:58|
|11.||"Heisoku no Kakudai (M-9)"||6:52|
|12.||"Yume no Sukima (M-4) (piano version)"||1:33|
|13.||"Thanatos - If I Can't Be Yours (instrumental)"||7:15|
|14.||"Fly Me to the Moon (instrumental)"||4:33|
"Komm, süsser Tod" (German; Come, Sweet Death in English; 甘き死よ、来たれ in Japanese) is a song, performed by Arianne, with piano, pipe organ, and various string arrangements orchestrated by Shiro Sagisu. It is sung in English is used in the 1997 animated film The End of Evangelion.
Real discussion start Here
How to do it?
There is no MoS for anime soundtracks so we must rely on what worked.
- List of Popotan soundtracks
- List of Aria soundtracks
- List of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle albums
- One Piece discography
For further reading:
- You don't have the ammunitions for it. You don't have neither the additional informations nor the Reliable Source to assert them. --KrebMarkt 16:39, 5 January 2010 (UTC)
at the moment no, I'm just organizing the article. after the rough draft is finalized i look for additional sources and refs for each. even though it's not going to happen at the moment, doesnt mean it's not going to happen at all. i'll look for more sources after i format every track list and add it here, right now NGE:S2 works is what takes most of my time, if someone could help me format them, that would be a great time saver.Bread Ninja (talk) 17:54, 5 January 2010 (UTC)
Question 1: How do you want to organize the article?
First by series, second by Compilations and third by Other. though one question, why is the title A Cruel Angel's Thesis Even though the single is called Neon Genesis Evangelion: Fly me to the Moon. Shouldn't there be more mention of Fly me to the Moon in that article?
- Don't ask me i'm not the one who wrote this article :p --KrebMarkt 16:39, 5 January 2010 (UTC)
- I like the format that the list is in right now; coupla questions. Are the album covers going to be included or not? Do you want to have the track listings in a format that can be hidden/shown, as in the FFVII article's lists? Willbyr (talk | contribs) 20:13, 5 January 2010 (UTC)
- Manual of Style won't allow multiple singles and albums covers inside a list of soundtrack or discography. That why some fans prefer one article per single & album so they can have plenty CD covers disregarding notability issue.
- Hidden/Shown was frowned upon by FL reviewers during Popotan FL review due to accessibility issue. Then again Music of Final Fantasy XYZ can get GA without raising that issue.
- All CDs are sourced in the above section with reference to Oricon database those information include basic release information, list of tracks, composer, arranger, lyricist (if applicable) of each tracks and charts information: best ranking, number of week in the charts and periods it charted. What is missing is tracks lengths and sells raw numbers. --KrebMarkt 20:31, 5 January 2010 (UTC)
List of Popotan soundtracks does not show refs on there tracklist except on one. not so sure if they had them there before, but if the track lists contains refs, i don't think that would be against WP:ACCESS because a reader can still access the information even though they cant get it directly from the article.Bread Ninja (talk) 16:08, 6 January 2010 (UTC)
- The refs used in the prose chunk before each track list also assert the track list. --KrebMarkt 16:22, 6 January 2010 (UTC)
I'm a bit concern about adding infoboxes in the article. Music of the Final Fantasy VII series was able to get GA without them, so should be have Infoboxes for each section or not?
I was thinking if we were to add infoboxes, we would merge some together, like some relating to the same series. and if we weren't going to add infoboxes, then we just move the information on to the opening paragraph. any thoughts on how to approach this?Bread Ninja (talk) 16:50, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
- Against infobox, Popotan FL can do without. All information in prose. --KrebMarkt 17:22, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
http://www.last.fm/music/Various+Artists/Refrain+of+Evangelionhere's another one.Bread Ninja (talk) 22:01, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
Question 2: What information are important enough to be mentioned in prose form?
What to merge?
To have a separate album or single article: WP:NALBUMS
WP:NALBUMS focus more on singles and Albums. But doesn't mention much of compilation, it is much difficult for this an d probably needs some mention in the guide if asked for. Bread Ninja (talk) 16:05, 5 January 2010 (UTC)
- In the anime, her birth date is explicitly said to be unknown.
- "Evangelion - The Birthday of Rei Ayanami". Everything2.com. Retrieved 2007-10-12.