For more information about the album, check here.Original Name: 終わりの惑星のLove Song
Romaji name : Owari no Hoshi no Love Song
Artists: Yanagi Nagi
Composers: Maeda Jun, Nakagawa Taisei
Release Date: April 25, 2012
Published By: FLAMING JUNE
Catalogue number: FJMC-0002
1 Owari no Sekai Kara
02 Futari Dake no Ark
03 Killer Song
04 Flower Garden
05 Muteki no Soldier
06 Kouru Yume
07 Executioner no Koi
08 Toaru Kaizokuou no Kimagure
09 Yuki no Furanai Hoshi
10 Hifukiyama no Mahoutsukai
11 Last Smile
12 Hero no Jouken
13 Kono Hoshi no Birthday Song
This is a thread of compilation of song of collaboration between Jun Maeda and Nagi Yanagi.
Maeda formed his own record label named Flaming June in 2011, and the first release on the label is the single "Killer Song" by Nagi Yanagi released in December 2011. Flaming June released an original concept album with Yanagi on April 25, 2012 titled Owari no Hoshi no Love Song.
Before you scroll further down to hear the collaboration songs between both of them. Allow me to give a brief and simple profile about those two peoples.
Nagi YanagiBorn on January 3, 1975, from Mie Prefecture. A Japanese writer working for the software company Key; he has majorly contributed as a scenario writer, lyricist, and musical composer for the visual novels the company produces. He is known for such titles as Kanon, Air, Clannad and Angel Beats!. He is also the author of a manga series entitled Hibiki's Magic.
You can check the official site for the collaboration between Jun Maeda and Nagi Yanagi here.Born May 31, 1987. A Japanese singer-songwriter from Kansai, Japan and is signed to Geneon. Initially, she sung and produced music independently beginning in 2005. As early as 2007, Yanagi began submitting cover versions of songs to the Nico Nico Douga video sharing website under the name Gazelle. Between 2009 and 2011, Yanagi was the guest vocalist for the music group Supercell. She sing the vocals for Supercell's debut single "Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari", the ED theme for Bakemonogatari anime and she also sing "Love & Roll", the theme song for the 2009 Cencoroll anime film. Yanagi collaborated with composer Jun Maeda of Key to produce the original concept album Owari no Hoshi no Love Song released in April 2012. Yanagi released her single "Vidro Moyō" in February 2012, which is used as the ending theme to the anime Ano Natsu de Matteru. Yanagi's second single "Ambivalentidea" was released on June 6, 2012; the title track is used as the ending theme to the 2012 TV anime Jormungand.
P/S : Since the composer is Jun Maeda, so expect some tragic or sad ending in some songs. Furthermore, some songs are related to each other. That's how unique it is to me. A story within a song..what type of message the composer trying to tell us? That's why i like this album.