This is an obscure anime soundtrack created by a group of very unique people such as Fumi Itakura, Mishio Ogawa, Masato Fujii, Neko Saito, and Banana, as well as Chakra and Killing Time, which have been remarkably reevaluated due to various revivals in the underground in recent years. It has been sold at a very high price on the second-hand market. This is the first analog version of Katsuhiro Otomo and Hisashi Eguchi's masterpiece SF anime movie soundtrack "Roujin Z"!
The masterpiece sci-fi animated film "Roujin Z", produced by Katsuhiro Otomo (original story, script, mechanical design), Hisashi Eguchi (character design) and Hiroyuki Kitakubo (director), was released in September 1991 and received high acclaim, winning the Best Animated Film Award at the Mainichi Film Contest that year. To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the film's release this year, the soundtrack disc has been remastered for the first time on analog LP. The music is by the brilliant Fumi Itakura, who has led such unique bands as Chakra and Killing Time. The soundtrack, which includes various elements such as industrial techno, ethnic music, and contemporary music, has been boldly processed and edited at times, and has an appeal independent of the film. The ending theme song is sung by Ogawa Mishio, a close friend from the Chakra days. The disc comes on clear red vinyl. The accompanying booklet contains the latest interviews with Katsuhiro Otomo, Hisashi Eguchi, Hiroyuki Kitakubo, and Fumi Itakura, making it a must-have for "Roujin Z" freaks!