Neon Genesis Evangelion OST I

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Neon Genesis Evangelion OST I
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Publisher
  • Japan King Records
  • U.S.A. Geneon
Release Date
  • Japan November 22, 1995
  • U.S.A. January 1, 2004
Media Type Audio CD
Author Shiro Sagisu

Neon Genesis Evangelion is the first soundtrack album for the anime series, covering the songs and compositions featured in the first half of the series. It was produced by Hideaki Anno and released under the King Record label Starchild with catalog number KIKA-286 on November 22, 1995. It was recorded on December 6, 1995, and peaked at number 12 on the Oricon albums chart, staying in the chart for 22 weeks. The album was re-released on DVD-Audio with catalog number KIAW-21 on December 22, 2004. The album was released in the US by Geneon Entertainment on January 1, 2004.[1]

Track Listing

All music composed by Shiro Sagisu unless specified.

Neon Genesis Evangelion OST I
No. TitleLyricsMusicArrangements Length
1. "A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version)" (残酷な天使のテーゼ Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze)Neko OikawaYoko TakahashiToshiyuki Ōmori 4:02
2. "Fly Me to the Moon"  Bart HowardClaireToshiyuki Ōmori 4:31
3. "Angel Attack"      2:29
4. "Rei I"      2:57
5. "Hedgehog's Dilemma[2]"      2:45
6. "Barefoot in the Park"      2:34
7. "Ritsuko"      3:01
8. "Misato"      1:31
9. "Asuka Strikes!"      2:24
10. "NERV"      1:57
11. "Tokyo-3"      2:23
12. "I. Shinji"      2:00
13. "EVA-01"      2:46
14. "A Step Forward Into Terror"      1:56
15. "EVA-02"      1:57
16. "Decisive Battle"      2:22
17. "EVA-00"      1:49
18. "The Beast"      1:38
19. "Marking Time, Waiting for Death"      2:42
20. "Rei II"      2:54
21. "Fly Me to the Moon" (instrumental version) Bart Howard  2:57
22. "Next Episode (30 Second Version)" (次回予告 Jikai Yokoku)    0:31
23. "Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa Version)"  Bart HowardYoko TakahashiToshiyuki Ōmori 3:49
Total length:
57:55


References

  1. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/sound-decision/2004-01-29/3
  2. This title references a psychological term. See here for more details.