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Youmex

Youmex (ユーメックス株式会社 Yūmekkusu Kabushiki Kaisha) was an anime production company and record label (under their label Futureland) established in 1985 as a subsidiary of Toshiba EMI and founded by Junji Fujita (formerly of King Records).[1] The company was absorbed back into Toshiba EMI in 1998,[1] after taking on debt defaulted on by Artmic.[2]

Some of the more well-known works for which Youmex released soundtracks and other CDs (under its Futureland label) include Kimagure Orange Road (Sound Color 1–3, Loving Heart, etc.),[3][4] Bubblegum Crisis (Complete Vocal Collections 1–2),[5] and Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (Vocal Collection).[6]

In 1995, Youmex worked with Adam Warren through Dark Horse Comics and Artmic to come up with the original concept for Bubblegum Crisis: Grand Mal, an original English-language manga series.

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  • Productions 1
    • Soundtracks and other music 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Productions

Listed in chronological order.

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Soundtracks and other music

These were released under their label Futureland. Titles listed in chronological order.

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