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Elfen Lied Original Soundtrack

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The Elfen Lied Original Soundtrack is a pivotal part of the emergence of the anime series as a cultural phenomenon. The extensive and well-chosen use of music, which blends into the raw, and often brutal scenes that mark off the anime as something unique and almost alive. Several tracks also reference Kamakura's significance as a Buddhist and Shinto religious center with titles and instruments relating to purgation/purification and reincarnation. 

The soundtrack was composed by Konishi Kayo and Kondoo Yukio. 

Track Listings Edit

Elfen Lied Original Soundtrack (Blu-Ray Boxset vers.)
No. Title Length
1. "Lilium ~opening version~"   1:32
2. "渇望 ( Katsubou, Eng: "Craving" )"   2:10
3. "深海 ( Shinkai, Eng: "Deep Sea" )"   2:55
4. "嘘空 ( Uso Sora, Eng: "Empty Space" )"   2:58
5. "輪廻 ( Rinne )"   1:34
6. "回想 ( Kaiso, Eng: "Recollection" )"   1:49
7. "約束 ( Yakusoku, Eng: "Promise" )"   2:10
8. "揺藍 ( Yureai, Eng: "Swaying Cradle" )"   2:32
9. "Lilium ~saint version~"   2:56
10. "花容 ( Hanayou, Eng: "Flower-like Face" )"   1:07
11. "浄罪 ( Jouzai, Eng: "Purgation" )"   1:52
12. "雨露 ( Ametsuyu, Eng: "Rain and dew" )"   2:01
13. "苦悩 ( Kunou, Eng: "Anguish" )"   1:11
14. "憧憬 ( Doukei, Eng: "Longing" )"   1:57
15. "螺旋 ( Neji, Eng: "Spiral" )"   6:29
16. "Lilium ~violin version~"   2:06

See also: Lilium Lyrics (Full Version)

Unreleased Soundtrack Edit

Despite the release of the two original soundtrack, some musical contents of Elfen Lied haven't been released yet. However, some of them can still be listened on Internet (see videos below), some tracks may have a bad quality depending on the way the source used to extract the audio.

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