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List of Zetsuai albums

This is a list of albums associated with the manga and anime series Zetsuai 1989, its dojinshi prequel Dokusen Yoku and its sequel Bronze: Zetsuai Since 1989. The albums were released between 1988 and 1996.

Calekka

Calekka
Soundtrack album by Shinichi Ishihara, Suzuki Hiroaki, Tsubakura Yuiko
Released November 6, 1988 (1988-11-06)
Recorded Japan
Genre anime soundtrack
Length 38 min
Label Toshiba-EMI
Calekka Original Album (彼烈火 オリジナルアルバム?), sometimes called Karekka, is a music album, released on November 6, 1988[1] and dedicate to yaoi doujinshi series Dokusen Yoku (独占欲?). Dokusen Yoku or Desire to Monopolize[2] were published under the CLUB DOLL circle and it was one of the longest series by Minami Ozaki, the creator of Zetsuai 1989. The yaoi line is developed between Kojiro Hyuga and Ken Wakashimazu, football players from Captain Tsubasa anime and manga.

The album mostly consists of songs performed by Japanese singers Suzuki Hiroaki, Tsubakura Yuiko and Shinichi Ishihara. It also contains one Drama CD track and two instrumental tracks.

List of tracks

  1. Severe Fire[3] (彼烈火 Calekka?) — 03:36
  2. Pensive Autumn (憂秋 Yūshū?)[4] — 03:37
  3. Don't Call it Love (愛と呼ばせない Ai to Yobasenai?) — 05:06
    • by Suzuki Hiroaki
  4. So in Love (いとおしくて Itōshikute?) — 02:54
  5. ROMANTIC DANCE — 04:09
    • by Tsubakura Yuiko
  6. The Secret in the Doll (秘密にDOLL Himitsu ni DOLL?) — 04:52
  7. I Won't Let You Say Goodbye (さよならなんかいわせない Sayonara nanka Iwasenai?) — 04:15
  8. Cornered (追いつめられて Ōtsumerarete?) — 02:51
    • by Suzuki Hiroaki
  9. Burning Heat (灼熱 Shakunetsu?) — 03:32
  10. Osmotic Pressure (浸透圧 Shintōatsu?)[4] — 03:55

Zetsuai 1989

Zetsuai 1989
Soundtrack album by Ishihara Shinichi
Released July 25, 1990
Recorded Japan
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Toshiba EMI

Zetsuai 1989 (絶愛-1989-?) — music album, released in Japan on July 25, 1990. This album is based on manga and do not include anime soundtrack. Songs are performed by Ishihara Shinichi.

  1. Zetsuai 1989 (絶愛~1989?) — 04:57
  2. SHAKE IT SHAKE (シェイク イット シェイク?) — 04:08
  3. Prayer (祈り Inori?) — 04:23
  4. Beast (野獣よ Yajū you?) — 04:51
  5. Chain ( Kusari?) — 03:18
  6. What should I do (どうすればいい Dō sureba ī?) — 04:34
  7. Again and again (何度も何度も Nandomo nandomo?) — 03:46
  8. Bonds (きずな Kizuna?) — 05:30
  9. Life ( Inochi?) — 03:43
  10. To the One I May Not be Able to Reach Anymore (もう届かないかもしれない人へ Mō todokanai kamoshirenai hito e?) — 04:47

Zetsuai 1989 version 2

Shakunekka Zetsuai -1989- Version2 (灼熱夏 絶愛 -1989-Version2?) — second version, released on September 9, 1992, after the appearance of the first Zetsuai OVA. This time the singer is Shō Hayami, Kouji Nanjo's voice actor.

  1. Zetsuai MEGAMIX — 04:23
  2. Omen (予兆 Yochō?) — 01:02
  3. The scarlet scar (真紅の傷跡?) — 04:24
  4. Hot summer (邂逅 Kaikō?) — 01:20
  5. Shakunekka (灼熱夏?) — 01:30
  6. What should I do (どうすればいい Dō sureba ī?) — 04:34
  7. D — 02:01
  8. The birth of darkness (深黒の誕生 Fukai kuro no tanjō?) — 04:24
  9. The fragments of the sun (太陽の破片 Taiyō no hahen?) — 03:27
  10. Blood ( Chi?) — 03:39
  11. Bad blood — 03:58
  12. Sweet slaughter — 04:55
  13. Jesus Christ Love For You — 03:43

"Bad Blood", performed by Hayami Show, was also released as single album on October 14, 1992. It consists of four tracks:

  1. BAD BLOOD — 03:58
  2. SWEET SLAUGHTER — 04:26
  3. BAD BLOOD -karaoke version- — 03:58
  4. SWEET SLAUGHTER -karaoke version- — 04:26

Zetsuai DramaMix 1993

Zetsuai DramaMix 1993 — music album and Drama CD, based on five Zetsuai 1989 manga volumes. Released March 10, 1993.

CD-1
# Title Length
1 DRAMA I 26:44
2 The Scarlet Scar (真紅の傷跡 Māka no Kizuato?) 04:22
3 DRAMA II 09:03
4 Zetsuai 1989 (絶愛-1989-?) 02:06
5 DRAMA III 10:00
6 BAD BLOOD 04:08
CD-2
# Title Length
1 ZETSUAI MEGAMIX ~short style~ 04:21
2 DRAMA IV 24:36
3 Dō sureba ī (English: What should I do) 04:32
4 DRAMA V 23:00
5 Jesus Christ Love for You 04:56

The Best of Minami Ozaki

The Best of Minami Ozakicompilation album of Hayami Sho, Suzuki Hiroaki, Tsubakura Yuiko, Shinichi Ishihara (from Calekka Original Album), Minamoto Yuka.

  1. Katsuai ~Cathexis Style~ (渇愛~Cathexis Style~?) — 04:34
  2. Jesus Christ Love For You — 05:37
  3. Zetsuai -1989- (絶愛~1989?) — 04:57
  4. SHAKE IT SHAKE (シェイク イット シェイク?) — 4:08
  5. Beast (野獣よ Yajū yō?) — 04:51
  6. Lock — 03:18
  7. What should I do (どうすればいい Dō sureba ī?) — 04:34
  8. Again and again (何度も何度も Nandomo nandomo?) — 03:46
  9. Bonds (きずな Kizuna?) — 03:46
  10. To the One I May Not be Able to Reach Anymore (もう届かないかもしれない人へ Mō todokanai kamoshirenai hito e?) — 04:47
  11. Severe Fire (彼烈火 Calekka?) — 03:36
  12. Don't Call it Love (愛と呼ばせない Ai to Yobasenai?) — 05:06
  13. So i nLove (いとおしくて Itōshikute?) — 02:54
  14. ROMANTIC DANCE — 04:06
  15. The Secret in the DOLL (秘密にDOLL Himitsu ni DOLL?) — 04:52
  16. Burning Heat (灼熱 Shakunetsu?) — 03:32

Bronze - Kouji Nanjo

Bronze - Kouji Nanjo
Soundtrack album by Hayami Show
Released January 29, 1992
Recorded Japan
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Toshiba EMI

Bronze - Kouji Nanjo (南條晃司/BRONZE?) — Kouji Nanjo's songs from manga performed by Shinichi Ishihara. Album was released on January 29, 1992, together with the first Bronze manga volume.

  1. Albinoid Junction — 05:32
  2. Thorn Bushes in the Dream (夢の棘 Yume no Toge?) — 03:10
  3. Endless Desire — 03:45
  4. Seishiga ~ Still Life ~ (静止画 〜STILL LIFE〜?) — 03:28
  5. Bridge — 05:11
  6. Giant Step — 03:19
  7. BRONZE — 03:50
  8. Aigenya (哀幻夜?) — 06:09
  9. Epilogue

CD also includes two bonus tracks: "Zetsuai Megamix 1992 -English Version-" and "Zetsuai Megamix 1992".

Bronze Original Soundtrack

Bronze Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Hayami Show, Inoue Takehide
Released December 18, 1996
Recorded Japan
Genre Anime soundtrack
Label Victor Entertainment

BRONZE zetsuai since 1989 original soundtrack (BRONZE zetsuai since 1989 オリジナルサウンドトラック?) — original soundtrack for the second OVABronze, released on December 18, 1996 under Victor Entertainment[5] label. The singers are Hayami Show and Inoue Takehide (credited as TAKEHIDE). "Bronze — End", sometimes called "Bronze -Final Chapter-", is the ending theme of Bronze OVA.

  1. Overture 1996 (オーヴァーチュア 1996?) — 04:12
  2. Ruby (ルビー?) — 04:09
  3. Bronze Martyrdom (BRONZE 殉教 Bronze Junkyou?) — 05:42
  4. Heaven (ヘヴン?) — 05:29
  5. Debut (デビュー?) — 03:31
  6. Ego (エゴ?) — 01:48
  7. Epitaph (エピタフ?) — 00:51
  8. Sanctuary (サンクチュアリ?) — 02:07
  9. Scape goat (スペース·ゴート?) — 04:54
  10. Wings (ウィングス?) — 01:23
  11. Liar (ライアー?) — 01:20
  12. Effusion (エフュージョン?) — 01:18
  13. Pain (ペイン?) — 01:19
  14. Broken Cliff (断崖 Dangai?)[6] — 05:00
  15. Childhood (チャイルドフッド?) — 02:18
  16. Notoriety (ノトーリアティ?) — 00:51
  17. Hopelessness (ホープレスネス?) — 02:36
  18. Eternal Rest (エターナル·レスト?) — 03:24
  19. Bronze — End (BRONZE最終章 BRONZE Saishuushou?)[6] — 06:19

Bronze Martyrdom (BRONZE 殉教 Bronze Junkyou?) was released as single album on February 21, 1996 and consists of four tracks:

  1. BRONZE 殉教
  2. SCAPE GOAT
  3. BRONZE 殉教 〜off vocal ver.
  4. SCAPE GOAT 〜off vocal ver.

Notes

External links

  • Minami Ozaki Discography (Japanese)
  • , collection of doujinshi anthologies (description)
  • series
  • Victor Entertainment official website.
  • "Bronze — End" translation
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