Song of the Day

January 6, 2014
Kiseki
Shota Kageyama
Pokémon X & Pokémon Y: Super Music Collection (2013)

If you dislike this song then get the fuck out.  This song is beautiful, and it made me cry as the credits were rolling.  Shota Kageyama is the man to thank for a lot of the best songs in Pokémon X and Y.  Out of the four composers, he wrote the most songs, and he collaborated with original composer Junichi Masuda on all the battle themes, giving them a new direction with a more electronica-inspired feel.

This soundtrack is available on iTunes.  212 songs, over three hours of music, from the best Pokemon soundtrack ever, for only $10.  But the sucky part is that THERE ARE MISTAKES ON THE GODDAMN TRACKLIST.  On a few songs, the artist's names are misspelled, and on at least a dozen, there are no artists labelled whatsoever.  "Oh you wanted to know who wrote this awesome song?  Well fuck you."  It is unforgivable.

   

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