Legendary Japanese singer T.M. Revolution, famous for his songs that are featured in anime favorites such as Bleach and Gundam, made his return to OTAKON 2013 performing a spectacular live show that commemorated the 10th anniversary of his debut performance in the U.S. at OTAKON 2003.
To celebrate his appearance at the 20th OTAKON, T.M. Revolution released a special anime tie-in compilation album titled Geisha Boy (Anime Song Experience), an OTAKON 2013 exclusive which was SOLD OUT on the first day of the convention. Due to popular demand, T.M. Revolution has just released this special album on iTunes.
As a bonus, the iTunes version of the album also includes concert footage of “Flags” “Sword Summit” and “The Party Must Go On”, from Inazuma Rock Fes. 2012. Inazuma Rock Fes.is a music festival that Takanori Nishikawa organizes every year as the Cultural Ambassador for his hometown in Shiga prefecture.
“Geisha Boy (Anime Song Experience)” can be purchased on iTunes in the U.S., Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Peru, Australia, and New Zealand.
“Geisha Boy (Anime Song Experience)” Track List:
1. HEART OF SWORD -yoakemae- (“Ruroni Kenshin” ending theme song)
2. INVOKE (“Mobile Suit Gundam SEED” opening theme song)
3. Meteor (“Mobile Suit Gundam SEED” insert song)
4. Zips (“Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Kokuu no Senjou” insert song)
5. ignited (“Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY” opening theme song)
6. vestige (“Mobile Suit Gundam SEED DESTINY” theme song)
7. resonance (“Soul Eater” opening theme song)
8. SWORD SUMMIT (“Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings” opening theme song)
9. Save The One, Save The All (“Bleach: Hell Verse” opening theme song)
10. FLAGS (“Sengoku Basara: The Last Party” opening theme song)
11. The party must go on (“Sengoku Basara: The Last Party” ending theme song
12. Preserved Roses (“Valvrave the Liberator” opening theme song)
13. Flags/ Sword Summit/ The Party Must Go On (Inazuma Rock Fes. 2012)
To get your copy of “Geisha Boy (Anime Song Experience)”, check out this link:
Images: David Weaver, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan)