What anime soundtracks do you listen to on their own?
What do you mean by "on their own"? Is there any other way of listening to them?
tfw i can't listen to k-on osts because they make me want to kill myself
i like haruhi soundtrack
aya has a great singing voice on intros and shit
and pic related is comfy/melancholy on a different fucking level
Nagi no Asukara's OST is fucking comfy.
Particularly 'Hikari's Waltz'. Listened to it for the first time on a bright winter morning and that's what I associate it with now, really nice.
I listen to a lot of anime OST's so there would be too many to count.
K-On! mainly, but also Spice and Wolf, Madoka, the occasional Death Note song. Usually when driving or playing video games.
And these don't count but I listen to rap/rock x anime song mashups on youtube all the time.
If I was a professional fighter I would walk out to this everytime
Macross 7, Macross Frontier, and Initial D.
Most anime OST is just atmosphere music, but those 3 are actual songs.
I do have some of the ambient songs in my playlist, but I mostly listen to OP/ED, the previously mentioned OSTs, and a couple albums from artists I really like.
Girls Dead Monster from Angel Beats!
My Song sends chills down my spine.
10 gigs and we still haven't found all the CD's
So far my favorite OSTs are
Kara no Kyoukai
I like the flamenco sounding songs from Code Geass too.
I'm ready for a Shingeki no Bahamut OST.
>dat Naoki Sato string swell into a full orchestra blast
i love it. pretty much anything he's touched has great OST's, even the lackluster tv dramas he's worked on.
I discovered Kokia and Supercell through OP/EDs, then found some of their albums.
I don't particularly listen to an individual anime OST.
I find myself constantly going back to Yuki Kajiura when it comes to anime OSTs. Especially her work on the .hack series.
It's usually that or Hideki Taniuchi, too bad he will never compose again.