[C] Original Soundtrack

[C] Original Soundtrack by Iwasaki Taku

Yep. It’s finally here! The sad fact is that, it doesn’t have tracks with all the cool shout outs of MEZZOFLATION, MICRO, MACRO, OPEN DEAL, etc. Also, the first soundtrack, “High Heel Shoes In Pink” is quite unexpected with the classic oldies feel to it. If I was thinking that I had downloaded something wrong the next track, “Invisible Hand” reassured me that it was indeed a [C] soundtrack by Iwasaki Taku; I think the guy mouthing off is the dude voicing the shout outs, if only we got more from him!

Oh well, the compilation is quite brilliant as I expected while reviewing this series when it was airing last season. I love the fusion of western and eastern music specifically and literally got a kick out of catching sitar playing in “The Wealth of Nations”. My favourites are: Invisible Hand, Bondage Head, Marx Syndrome, Passed Off and The Wealth of Nations. I only wished, they made a theme for all interesting characters like Mikuni, Masakaki, Kimimaro, Mysu, Q and Jennifer. This anime had so much potential that when I look back, I have to cringe at its execution but oh well, you can’t get everything in this world. Enjoy the soundtrack~ :3

Composer: Iwasaki Taku

Artists: NICO Touches the Walls, School Food Punishment, Ishu Kayo, LotusJuice, L-VOKAL and Yucca

1. High Heel Shoes In Pink
2. Invisible Hand
3. Stay away from blood money!
4. Incence
5. Mere child’s play
6. Taxi heaven
7. Key currency
8. H.W.Complex no’1
9. Prospect theory
10. Bondage head
11. Antiphona
12. Marx Syndrome
13. Public acceptance
14. Charlie’s suffering
15. Passed off
16. Opus
17. Sabbaticus
18. H.W.Complex no’2
19. Insight
20. C
21. The Wealth of Nations
22. High Heel Shoes In Pink pf ver’
23. Matoryoshika (TV Size)
24. RPG (TV Size)


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PS: Somebody needs to make ring tones out of the in-game cool shout outs for this anime!


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10 Responses to “[C] Original Soundtrack”

  1. Carla says:

    OMFG! It’s hereeee!

  2. Miyu says:

    :DD Thank you! *w* I miss [C]!! Loved the characters and story line. It was way too shorttt )’:

    I really don’t know how they can come up with such.. uhm.. *cough*elegant&sane sounding band names. I mean like, School Food Punishment? /dies

  3. Alynn says:

    This just makes me realize how much I miss [C]!
    Oh damnnn I want those electronic voices. D;

  4. BlackBriar says:

    Nice, it’s out. The music is one of the many reasons this anime was likable.

  5. Reaper says:

    Yes, it’s finally here! Oh, how I miss C, it had so much potential but felt so unfinished at the end…sigh, at least I have the soundtrack. C and the Wealth of Nations definitely my favourites, since C sounds like the Dark Crow Smiles from Kuroshitsuji and the Wealth of Nations is just a boss of a battle song 🙂

  6. Foshizzel says:

    Hell ya! I am loving this soundtrack so awesome and really has me flashing back to Soul Eater OST also another great one!

    I like track 13-C reminds me of TTGL rap <3

  7. Jrow says:

    Been waiting for this one. H.W. Complex no’2 has been on repeat since I downloaded it.

  8. sheratan says:

    I just love how they borrowed Adam Smith’s quote in “Wealth of Nations” and “Invisble Hand”

    “By preferring the support of domestic to that of foreign industry, he intends only his own security; and by directing that industry in such a manner as its produce may be of the greatest value, he intends only his own gain, and he is in this, as in many other cases, led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of his intention. Nor is it always the worse for the society that it was not part of it. By pursuing his own interest he frequently promotes that of the society more effectually than when he really intends to promote it. “

    Adam Smith- Book IV, chapter II, paragraph IX of The Wealth of Nations

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