© 2001 Lawrence Tuczynski
The below info courtesy of David Hirsch
|Title||Ultraman Fantasic Suite “2001”|
|CD Label||Nippon Columbia Records|
|Music by:||Kunio Miyauchi|
|Number of tracks||8|
|Number of discs||1|
|Year of release/manufacture||1997|
May 30, 2001
Disappointing synthesizer “pop/symphonic” adaption of various Ultraman themes bares little resemblance to the original recordings, especially when the performers attempt to lengthen the cues by “vamping” unrelated motifs. Surprisingly dated in its sound, was this a reissue of a late 1970’s recording? Hard to tell but, the frequent use of a children’s chorus and original sound effects raises the music to a slightly tolerable level of bad disco.
In light of the recent releases of original music, it was a waste of money.
-- David Hirsch
Translations courtesy of Jolyon Yates English Title: Ultraman Fantasic Suite "2001" : The World of Kunio Miyauchi Japanese Title: Ultraman Fantasic Suite "2001" : Miyauchi Kunio no Sekai 1. Ultraman’s Song (from Ultraman) 2. The Special Search Brigade’s Song (from Ultraman) 3. Go On, Ultraman! (from Ultra Fight) 4. The “Ultra-Q” Main Title 5. Ultra-March 6. The Ultraman 7. Heroes of Love 8. Finale