Music of Neon Genesis Evangelion

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Neon Genesis Evangelion discography
Studio albums5
Live albums2
Compilation albums4
Singles15
Soundtrack albums12

The Neon Genesis Evangelion (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン, Shin Seiki Evangerion) franchise has had various soundtracks, remix albums and compilations released around it. The franchise has sold more than 9 million albums and singles.

Shirō Sagisu composed most of the music for Neon Genesis Evangelion and for the original TV show's three OST albums. He received the 1997 Kobe Animation award for "Best Music Score".[1] King Records and their label Starchild (specializing in music, animation and film) distributed most of the albums, singles and box sets. For the anime series, Yoko Takahashi performed the song "A Cruel Angel's Thesis" which was used as the opening theme song for the series. The song "Fly Me to the Moon" originally by Bart Howard was performed by various voice actors from the anime series and these versions of the song were used as the ending theme song for the series. Theme songs were also granted for the films in the franchise Evangelion: Death and Rebirth, its follow-up The End of Evangelion and four installments of the Rebuild of Evangelion film series.

Theme songs[edit]

"A Cruel Angel's Thesis"[edit]

"A Cruel Angel's Thesis" (残酷な天使のテーゼ, Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze, "Zankoku na Tenshi no These" in Japan) is the theme song used in the anime performed by Yoko Takahashi. It was used as the opening to the series, and two instrumental versions of it were played in the finale episode titled "Take care of yourself." These versions are named "The Heady Feeling of Freedom" and "Good, or Don't Be", scored for violin, piano, and guitar. The single was released on October 25, 1995 with the part number KIDA-116.[2] It also reached a peak rank 17 in the Oricon album database, in which it appeared 61 times in total.[3]

"Fly Me to the Moon"[edit]

"Fly Me to the Moon" is one of the theme songs in the Neon Genesis Evangelion series. In the anime it was used as the ending theme. Various artists including voice actors from the franchise have performed the song. It has mainly been performed by Claire Littley, Yoko Takahashi, Megumi Hayashibara, Yuko Miyamura, Aki, and Aya. Hikaru Utada also performed their version of "Fly Me to the Moon" for the film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone.

Originally "Fly Me to the Moon" was a pop standard song written by Bart Howard in 1954. "In Other Words" was the original title for the song and Felicia Sanders introduced it in cabarets. The song became known popularly as "Fly Me to the Moon" from its first line, and after a few years the publishers changed the title to that officially.

Version[edit]

Episode Vocal Version
Original Renewal Original Renewal
#1 Claire Littley Normal
#2 Normal Normal (without Strings)
#3 Claire Littley Yoko Takahashi Normal
#4 Normal Normal (without strings)
#5 Megumi Hayashibara Rei #5
#6 Megumi Hayashibara Rei #6
#7 Yoko Takahashi 4 Beat
#8 Aya Bossa Techno
#9 Yoko Takahashi Yūko Miyamura Acid Bossa Bossa Techno
#10 Normal Normal Orchestra (with chorus)
#11 Claire Littley Kotono Mitsuishi, Megumi Hayashibara and Yūko Miyamura Normal Normal Orchestra (#1)
#12 Yoko Takahashi Kotono Mitsuishi 4 Beat Normal Orchestra (with chorus)
#13 Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa
#14 Yoko Takahashi Megumi Hayashibara Normal Normal Orchestra (solo)
#15 Off Vocal Kotono Mitsuishi 4 Beat
#16 Off Vocal Kotono Mitsuishi, Megumi Hayashibara and Yūko Miyamura Normal Normal Orchestra (Interlude Start ~ #1 Second Half)
#17 Aki Jungle
#18 Claire Littley Off Vocal Normal B-4 guitar & piano
#19 Claire Littley Kotono Mitsuishi, Megumi Hayashibara and Yūko Miyamura Normal Normal Orchestra (#2)
#20 (Off Vocal) B-22 A-Type B-4 piano
#21 On-Air Yoko Takahashi Off-Vocal Normal 4 Beat
Director's Cut (Off Vocal) 4 Beat (90 seconds)
#22 On-Air Aya Bossa Techno
Director's Cut (Off Vocal) Bossa Techno (80 seconds)
#23 On-Air Megumi Hayashibara Rei #23
Director's Cut Rei #23 (90 seconds)
#24 On-Air (Off Vocal) Normal
Director's Cut Normal (90 seconds)
#25 Megumi Hayashibara Rei #25
#26 Megumi Hayashibara Rei #26

"Tamashii no Refrain"[edit]

"Tamashii no Refrain" (魂のルフラン, Tamashī no Rufuran, "Soul's Refrain") was the theme song used for the first film in the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. It was performed by Yoko Takahashi and released as a single on February 21, 1997. Takahashi later remixed the song as "Soul's Refrain (Erato Version)" for her 1997 album Li-La.

"Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-"[edit]

"Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-" (stylized "THANATOS-IF I CAN'T BE YOURS-" in Japan) was the theme song used in the continuation and completion of the previous films Death and Rebirth, The End of Evangelion. LOREN & MASH performed the song in the original and the 9 Years After mix version, which was composed by Shirō Sagisu and played in the credits that appear between episodes 25' and 26'. Loren and Mash also sang various songs in Neon Genesis Evangelion. Other songs by Loren include the "Komm, süsser Tod" Tumbling Down Remix among other songs on Evangelion: Vox. Other songs by Mash include various songs on Evangelion: Vox, including "X-plicit" and "Armageddon", a rap version of Pachelbel's Canon in D, complete with string quartet.

"Komm, süsser Tod"[edit]

"Komm, süsser Tod" (German, also rendered as "Komm, süßer Tod"; [kɔm ˈzyːsɐ toːt]; Come, Sweet Death in English; 甘き死よ、来たれ in Japanese) is a song, performed by Arianne Cleopatra Schreiber (who released two new versions in March 2012[4]), with piano, Hammond organ, and various string arrangements orchestrated by Shirō Sagisu. It is sung in English and used in the 1997 animated film The End of Evangelion during the beginning of the Third Impact.

Hideaki Anno wrote both the original Japanese lyrics for this song and the unused "Everything You've Ever Dreamed", which was also sung by Arianne and composed by Shirō Sagisu (it later appeared on the Refrain of Evangelion album). The songs were then adapted into English by Mike Wyzgowski and performed by Arianne.

An instrumental version of this song is used during the Evangelion ending in Super Robot Wars Alpha 3. Notably, the song plays during a far more optimistic version of the events of End of Evangelion, with Shinji and Asuka rescuing Rei and averting the Human Instrumentality Project.

"Beautiful World"[edit]

"Beautiful World" is Utada Hikaru's 19th Japanese single and their 26th single overall.[5] The single was released on 29 August 2007. "Beautiful World" was used as the theme song for the first installment of the Rebuild of Evangelion series of films, Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone. It peak ranked 2nd in the Oricon singles charts and remained there for 26 weeks.[6]

"Beautiful World (Planitb Acoustica Mix)" is a remix of "Beautiful World" by Utada Hikaru. In May 2009, Hikaru Utada was announced to return to the series and provide the theme song for the second film in the Rebuild of Evangelion series, Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance.[7] "Beautiful World" was re-released in 2009 as "Beautiful World: Planitb Acoustica Mix" for the release of the movie after previously being released to be used as the theme song for the first film.[8]

"Sakura Nagashi"[edit]

"Sakura Nagashi" (桜流し, lit. "Flowing Cherry Blossoms/Cherry Blossoms Sinking") is Utada Hikaru's 26th Japanese single and their 34th single overall, written in collaboration with Paul Carter.[9] The single was released on November 17, 2012. "Sakura Nagashi" was used as the theme song for the third of the Rebuild of Evangelion series of films, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo. It peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Japan Weekly Charts.[10]

"One Last Kiss"[edit]

"One Last Kiss" is Utada Hikaru's first and thus far only EP. It was released in the US on March 9, 2021.[11] "One Last Kiss" was used as the theme song for the third of the Rebuild of Evangelion series of films, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time. It peaked at number 1 on the iTunes Japan Weekly Charts.[12]

Soundtrack albums[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion is the first soundtrack album for the anime series. It was produced by Hideaki Anno and released under the King Record label Starchild with catalog number KICA-286 on December 6, 1995.[13] It was recorded on November 22, 1995,[14][15] and peaked at number 12 on the Oricon albums chart, staying in the chart for 22 weeks.[16] The album was re-released on DVD-Audio with catalog number KIAW-21 on December 22, 2004.[17] The album was released in the US by Geneon Entertainment on January 1, 2004.[18]

Track #1 is the director-edited version of the opening theme "A Cruel Angel's Thesis" performed by Yoko Takahashi with lyrics by Neko Oikawa. Track #2 and #23 are two versions of Bart Howard's "Fly Me to the Moon"; the closing anime theme was recorded at Abbey Road Studios and performed by Claire and Yoko Takahashi, respectively.[17][19] The liner notes contain the lyrics for the two theme songs.[20] A vinyl print of the album came out on September 9, 2015.[21]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion[17]
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version)" (残酷な天使のテーゼ Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze)Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōYoko Takahashi4:02
2."Fly Me to the Moon"Bart HowardHowardClaire Littley4:31
3."Angel Attack" (E-6)   2:29
4."Rei I" (A-1)   2:57
5."Hedgehog's Dilemma" (B-1)   2:45
6."Barefoot in the Park" (C-2)   2:34
7."Ritsuko" (C-5)   3:01
8."Misato" (B-16)   1:31
9."Asuka Strikes!" (B-17)   2:24
10."NERV" (A-3)   1:57
11."Tokyo-3" (C-7)   2:23
12."I. Shinji" (A-6)   2:00
13."EVA-01" (E-3)   2:46
14."A Step Forward Into Terror" (E-9)   1:56
15."EVA-02" (E-4)   1:57
16."Decisive Battle" (E-1)   2:22
17."EVA-00" (E-5)   1:49
18."The Beast" (E-5 Fast tempo)   1:38
19."Marking Time, Waiting for Death" (E-7)   2:42
20."Rei II" (B-20)   2:54
21."Fly Me to the Moon" (B-4) Howard 2:57
22."Next Episode Preview (次回予告, Jikai Yokoku)" (F-2 30-Second Version)   0:31
23."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi3:49
Total length:57:55

Neon Genesis Evangelion II[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion II is the second soundtrack album released for the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. It was produced by Hideaki Anno, while Shirō Sagisu composed the tracks (unless stated otherwise). The King Records label Starchild released the album with the catalog number KICA-290 on February 16, 1996,[22] and the album peaked at number 4 on the Oricon albums chart where it stayed for 15 weeks.[23] The album was re-released as a DVD-Audio with catalog number KIAW-22 on December 22, 2004.[24]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion II[24]
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Vision"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriYoko Takahashi4:53
2."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (TV Size Version)"OikawaHidetoshi SatōTakahashi1:31
3."Borderline Case" (A-4)   2:19
4."A Crystalline Night Sky" (C-6)   2:19
5."Angel Attack II" (A-7)   1:59
6."Angel Attack III" (A-9)   2:23
7."Both of You, Dance Like You Want to Win!" (B-12)   1:50
8."Waking up in the morning" (C-4)   1:28
9."Background Music" (A-2)   1:55
10."A Moment When Tension Breaks" (B-21)   4:10
11."The Day Tokyo-3 Stood Still" (B-14)   1:40
12."Spending Time in Preparation" (E-1 Rhythm only)   2:21
13."She said, 'Don't make others suffer for your personal hatred.'" (A-15)   1:53
14."Magmadiver" (E-15)   2:23
15."Pleasure Principle" (E-8)   3:48
16."The Beast II" (E-16)   2:18
17."Thanatos" (E-13)   3:29
18."Rei III" (A-14)   3:42
19."When I Find Peace of Mind" (B-7)   3:32
20."Fly Me to the Moon (TV Size Version)"Bart HowardHowardClaire Littley1:08
21."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#5) TV Size Remix Version)"HowardHowardMegumi Hayashibara1:09
22."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#6) TV Size Remix Version)"HowardHowardHayashibara1:08
23."Next Episode Preview (次回予告, Jikai Yokoku)" (F-2 15-Second Version)   0:17
24."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya Bossa Techno Version)"HowardHowardAya3:49
25."Fly Me to the Moon (Aki Jungle version)"HowardHowardAki4:34
Total length:61:58

Neon Genesis Evangelion III[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion III is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. The album reached a peak of rank 1 on the Oricon album database, with 11 frequent appearances.[25] Shirō Sagisu composed the music, the label Starchild distributed the album with Hideaki Anno as the producer. It was released on May 22, 1996 and on August 3, 2004 by Geneon Anime Music.[26][27]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion III
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Happiness Is the Smell of Sin"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriYoko Takahashi4:36
2."Eternal Embrace"OikawaTakahashiTakahashi5:23
3."Normal Blood" (E-16 Fast tempo)   1:56
4."Harbinger of Tragedy" (E-5 Rhythm only/Fast tempo)   1:38
5."Childhood Memories, Shut Away" (F-3 Take2)   0:35
6."Those women longed for the touch of others' lips, and thus invited their kisses." (B-4 Strings and piano) Bart Howard 2:19
7."Background Music II" (A-16 Strings)   1:33
8."Background Music III" (B-3)   2:32
9."In the Depths of Human Hearts" (B-2)   2:22
10."Hostility Restrained" (A-13 C-Type)   1:37
11."Three of Me, One of Someone Else" (C-55 D-Type)   2:19
12."Crime of Innocence" (A-13 B-Type)   2:25
13."The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence" (B-4 Piano/Lonely) Howard 1:31
14."Do You Love Me?" (A-4 Synth voice only)   2:20
15."Separation Anxiety" (A-13)   2:26
16."Introjection" (A-12)   2:25
17."Depression" (A-11)   2:34
18."Splitting of the Breast" (A-10 Synth voice only)   2:14
19."Infantile Dependence, Adult Dependency" (B-9)   3:00
20."Mother Is the First Other" (A-10)   2:24
21."The Heady Feeling of Freedom" (OP-1 Strings/Slow tempo) Hidetoshi Satō 1:48
22."Good, or Don't Be." (OP-1 D-Type) Satō 1:22
23."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi TV Size Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi1:08
24."Fly Me to the Moon (4 Beat TV Size Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi1:08
25."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya Bossa Techno TV Size Version)"HowardHowardAya1:07
26."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa TV Size Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi1:07
27."Fly Me to the Moon (4 Beat Off Vocal TV Size Version)" Howard 1:07
28."Fly Me to the Moon (Off Vocal TV Size Version)" Howard 1:07
29."Fly Me to the Moon (Aki Jungle TV Size Version)"HowardHowardAki1:07
30."Fly Me to the Moon (B-22A Type TV Size Version)" Howard 1:07
31."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#23) TV Size Version)"HowardHowardMegumi Hayashibara1:09
32."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#25) TV Size Version)"HowardHowardHayashibara1:09
33."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#26) TV Size Version)"HowardHowardHayashibara1:09
34."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya London Beat Version)"HowardHowardAya8:15
Total length:67:19

Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition is the fourth music album released relating to the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. It features three instrumental, five vocal, and four drama tracks. Addition was released on December 21, 1996 in Japan by King Records in a limited and a regular edition, which respectively bear the catalog numbers KICA-333 and KICA-334. The limited edition album was released to include a movie ticket for the first Evangelion movie, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth, which was released on March 15, 1997. The album cover features an illustration by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, the series character designer.

Addition features the voice actresses for Rei Ayanami (Megumi Hayashibara), Asuka Langley Soryu (Yuko Miyamura), and Misato Katsuragi (Kotono Mitsuishi), who between them account for seven of the twelve tracks. The classical pieces of music in the album are "Chorus: Hallelujah" and "Chorus: Worthy is the Lamb...Amen" from "Messiah" by George Frideric Handel, played by the Amor Artis Chorale & English Chamber Orchestra and conducted by Johannes Somary, and "4th Mov: Presto" (Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125 "Choral") ("Ode to Joy") by Ludwig van Beethoven, played by the Brussels Philharmonic and conducted by Alexander Rahbari.

Hayashibara, Miyamura, and Mitsuishi are accompanied by the voice actor for Shinji Ikari and the supporting characters on the drama track "Shuukyoku no Tsudzuki" ("After the End"), a comedic parody in which the reunited cast tries to come up with ways to continue Evangelion when popular demand makes the studio order them to produce a third season even though the TV series ended after a 26-episode run.[28] Presented as a "lost 27th episode", the comedy revolves around the characters breaking the fourth wall, and behaving as if they are really actors who portray the characters on the series while at other times acting as if they are the characters in the series. They try to increase the sex appeal of the series, change the show's format, and try to explain what the Angels actually are. However, when their efforts prove "unsuccessful", they decide to give up on it. Humorous moments of the drama include Rei finally lashing out against Asuka's abuse, the Evangelion pilots being changed to resemble Super Sentai characters, Asuka and Kaworu interacting for the only time in the series, and the cast re-enacting the first episode solely by their own vocal sound effects.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version II)"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōKotono Mitsuishi, Megumi Hayashibara and Yuko Miyamura4:04
2."Drama: Shuukyoku no Tsudzuki"  Evangelion vocal cast21:24
3."Fly Me to the Moon -Misato 4 Beat TV Size Version-"Bart HowardHowardMitsuishi1:32
4."Fly Me to the Moon (Asuka Bossa Techno TV Size Version)"HowardHowardMiyamura1:27
5."Chorus: Hallelujah Chorus (Messiah)" Handel 3:40
6."Chorus: Worthy is the Lamb...Amen (Messiah)" Handel 6:46
7."4th Mov: Presto" (Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125 "Choral" ("Ode to Joy")) Beethoven 23:08
8."Tentoumushi no SAMBA (Ladybug Samba)"Daizō SaitōShunichi MakainoMegumi Ogata, Miyamura, Miki Nagasawa and Junko Iwao1:16
9."Fly Me to the Moon (Main Version II)"HowardHowardMitsuishi, Hayashibara and Miyamura4:30
10."Gekijouban Yokoku – Misato Katsuragi (Movie trailer)" (Jikai Yokoku)  Mitsuishi0:29
11."Gekijouban Yokoku – Rei Ayanami (Movie trailer)" (Borderline Case)  Hayashibara0:37
12."Gekijouban Yokoku – Asuka Langley Soryu (Movie trailer)" (Jikai Yokoku)  Miyamura0:30
Total length:69:29

Evangelion Death[edit]

Evangelion: Death is a soundtrack album released on June 11, 1997[29][30] by the King Records label Star Child, containing music from the first part of the first Evangelion film, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. It reached a peak of rank 1 in the Oricon album database.[31] Shirō Sagisu composed most of the music. The disc has several tuning tracks and string solos that are portrayed in the film as being played by the four primary Evangelion pilots. The disc includes as bonus tracks "False Regeneration" from the Rebith part of the film as well as Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem. The CD is no longer in print.

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu except where otherwise noted.

Track listing: Evangelion Death
No.TitleMusicLength
1."Cello - Fourth Chord Tuning" 0:25
2."Suiten für Violoncello solo Nr. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007 1. Vorspiel"Johann Sebastian Bach0:42
3."Dvořák: Original Complete Version"Antonín Dvořák0:33
4."Violin - Second Chord Tuning" 0:22
5."Partita III für Violine solo E-Dur, BWV 1006 3. Gavotte en Rondeau"Bach0:22
6."Viola - Third Chord Tuning" 1:08
7."Substitute for Gentleness" (D-7) 0:25
8."Tears Toward Oneself" (E-13 Short Piece/Fast tempo/With piano) 2:05
9."Tuning to Imperfection" 0:17
10."Kanon D-Dur (Quartet)"Johann Pachelbel4:58
11."The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence II" (B-4 Guitar and piano/Lonely) 1:32
12."Reliance Leading to Falsehood" (A-4 Violin solo) 1:47
13."A Fragile Ego Border" (A-4 Different version) 2:10
14."Kanon D-dur (Strings Orchestra)"Pachelbel5:06
15."False Regeneration" (M-7B) 2:25
16."Dies Irae [REQUIEM]"Giuseppe Verdi37:04
Total length:61:21

The End of Evangelion[edit]

The End of Evangelion is the soundtrack album of the 1997 film The End of Evangelion. It features music composed and conducted by Shirō Sagisu. It also features the ending theme as well as Johann Sebastian Bach's Air on the G String and Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147. It was released on September 26, 1997[32] on King Records's Starchild label, peaking at number 3 on Oricon's albums chart.[33] Geneon Entertainment released the album on May 11, 2004 in North America.[34][35][36]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu except where otherwise noted.

Track listing: The End of Evangelion
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Interference of Others" (M-6 Fast Tempo/Rhythm Only)   2:17
2."The End of Midsummer" (M-6 Fast Tempo/Modified Version)   2:20
3."Emergency Evacuation to Regression" (M-4 Chorus only)   4:14
4."False Regeneration" (M-7B New Mix)   2:26
5."Substitute Invasion" (E-13 Rhythm only/Modified version)   3:26
6."II Air [Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068]" Bach 3:21
7."The Flow of Emptiness" (M-3)   6:14
8."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-[a]"MashShiro SagisuLoren & Mash4:49
9."Escape to the Beginning" (M-4)   4:56
10."Honeymoon with Anxiety" (A-4 Zakazaka version)   1:36
11."Komm, süsser Tod (M-10 Director's Edit Version)"Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiSagisuArianne Schreiber7:42
12."Jesus bleibet meine Freude [Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147]" Jan Panenka, Bach, Myra Hess 4:47
13."Expansion of Blockade[b]" (M-9 Modified Version)   6:51
14."Gap of Dream" (A-4 Piano/Leave It To Version)   1:24
Total length:56:14

Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works is a soundtrack box set of music from the anime television series Neon Genesis Evangelion and the first two Evangelion films, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. Released on December 4, 1998, it peaked at number 38 in the Oricon album chart, making 2 appearances in total.[37] It was distributed by King Records and composed mostly by Shirō Sagisu. In addition to tracks included on earlier Evangelion soundtracks, this 7-disc set includes many unused songs and alternate mixes or arrangements of existing songs. It was issued as a limited edition release. The title is based on the fictional internal organ and infinite energy source of the Angels called the S² Engine.[38]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (CD1)
No.TitleMusicLength
1."A-1" (Rei I) 3:00
2."A-2" (Background Music) 1:57
3."A-3" (NERV) 1:59
4."A-3 without Harp" 1:58
5."A-3 Rhythm only" 1:57
6."A-4" (Borderline Case) 2:21
7."A-4 Synth voice only" (Do You Love Me?) 2:21
8."A-5" (Advancement of the Human Instrumentality Project) 2:16
9."A-6" (I. Shinji) 2:02
10."A-7" (Angel Attack II) 2:00
11."A-7 Rhythm and synth" 2:00
12."A-7 Synth only" 2:00
13."A-7 Bridge" 0:47
14."A-8" (Angel's Arrival - quiet and eerie) 3:29
15."A-9" (Angel Attack III) 2:26
16."A-9 Synth only" 2:24
17."A-10" (Mother Is the First Other) 2:26
18."A-10 Synth voice only" (Splitting of the Breast) 2:16
19."A-11" (Depression) 2:36
20."A-11 Synth voice only" 1:23
21."A-12" (Introjection) 2:27
22."A-13" (Separation Anxiety) 2:28
23."A-13 Rhythm only" 2:28
24."B-1" (Hedgehog's Dilemma) 2:48
25."B-2" (In the Depths of Human Hearts) 2:24
26."B-3" (Background Music III) 2:34
27."B-4" (Fly Me to the Moon)Bart Howard2:59
28."B-4 Strings and piano" (Those women longed for the touch of others' lips, and thus invited their kisses.)Howard2:21
29."B-4 Strings"Howard1:23
30."B-4 Piano"Howard1:11
31."B-4 Guitar and piano"Howard1:12
32."B-4 Guitar and piano/Lonely" (The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence II)Howard1:34
33."B-4 Piano/Lonely" (The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence)Howard1:33
Total length:71:02
Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (CD2)
No.TitleMusicLength
1."B-5" (Requiem, Sorrow) 3:08
2."B-6" (Anxiety) 1:57
3."B-7" (When I Find Peace of Mind) 3:35
4."B-8" (Determination and Anger) 2:33
5."B-9" (Infantile Dependence, Adult Dependency) 3:02
6."B-9 Without rhythm" 3:02
7."B-10" (Menace and Surprise) 2:13
8."B-10 Without guitar" 2:13
9."B-12" (Both of You, Dance Like You Want to Win!) 1:52
10."B-13" (Oppression and Impatience) 1:42
11."B-14" (The Day Tokyo-3 Stood Still) 1:42
12."B-15" (Liberation, Catalysis) 2:16
13."B-16" (Misato) 1:34
14."B-16 Rhythm only" 1:33
15."B-17" (Asuka Strikes!) 2:23
16."B-17 Rhythm only" 2:23
17."B-18" (Feeling at Peace – Hope)Bart Howard2:12
18."B-18 Only flute"Howard2:12
19."B-18 Slow tempo"Howard2:25
20."B-18 Slow tempo/Only flute"Howard2:26
21."B-19" (Friendship) 1:34
22."B-20" (Rei II) 2:57
23."C-1" (Pleasant Morning) 2:47
24."C-1 Without Latin percussion" 2:47
25."C-2" (Barefoot in the Park) 2:37
26."C-3" (Relaxed and Heartwarming Day) 2:15
27."C-4" (Waking up in the morning) 1:31
28."C-5" (Ritsuko) 3:04
29."C-6" (A Crystalline Night Sky) 2:22
30."C-7" (Tokyo-3) 2:25
31."D-1" (Violent Situations with Guns) 0:30
32."D-2" (Shock) 0:24
33."D-3" (Substitute for Gentleness) 0:26
34."D-4" (Everyday Scenes and Diversions) 0:25
35."D-5" (Comical Scenes and Diversions) 0:22
36."D-6" (Peaceful) 0:28
37."D-7" (Beautiful) 0:41
38."D-8" (Romance) 0:34
39."D-8 Piano" 0:27
40."D-9" (Plaintive) 0:38
41."D-10" (Hastiness) 0:46
42."D-11" (Fear/Panic) 0:33
Total length:76:56
Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (CD3)
No.TitleLength
1."E-1" (Decisive Battle)2:25
2."E-1 Rhythm only" (Spending Time in Preparation)2:24
3."E-2" (Suspense – Light)1:55
4."E-2 Without Brass"1:14
5."E-3" (EVA-01)2:49
6."E-4" (EVA-02)2:00
7."E-5" (EVA-00)1:51
8."E-5 Rhythm Only"1:50
9."E-5 Fast tempo" (The Beast)1:40
10."E-5 Rhythm only/Fast tempo" (Harbinger of Tragedy)1:40
11."E-6" (Angel Attack)2:32
12."E-7" (Marking Time, Waiting For Death)2:44
13."E-8" (Pleasure Principle)3:50
14."E-9" (A Step Forward Into Terror)1:55
15."E-9 Without Intro Fanfare"1:39
16."E-9 Rhythm Only"1:38
17."E-10"2:35
18."E-10 Rhythm Only"2:35
19."E-11"1:56
20."F-0"0:09
21."F-0 Without Speech"0:09
22."F-0 Only Speech"0:07
23."F-1"0:09
24."F-1 Without Speech"0:09
25."F-1 Speech Only"0:08
26."F-2" (Jikai Yokoku)0:33
27."F-2 Light Version"0:33
28."F-4"0:07
29."Title Speech A-Type"0:32
30."Title Speech B-Type"0:19
31."A-13 A-Type"2:09
32."A-13 B-Type" (Crime of Innocence)2:28
33."A-13 C-Type" (Hostility Restrain)1:39
34."A-13 D-Type"1:25
35."A-13 E-Type"1:33
36."A-14" (Rei III)3:44
37."A-14 Fast Tempo"2:45
38."A-15" (She said, "Don't make others suffer for your personal hatred.")1:56
39."A-15 Rhythm Only"1:56
40."A-15 Drums"1:54
41."A-15 Slow Tempo"2:00
42."A-15 Slow Tempo/Rhythm Only"2:00
43."A-15 Slow Tempo/Drums"1:58
44."A-16" (Theme of NERV)1:35
45."A-16 Rhythm Only"1:33
46."A-16 Strings" (Background Music II)1:33
Total length:76:16
Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (CD4)
No.TitleMusicLength
1."B-21" (A Moment When Tension Breaks) 4:11
2."B-21 Rhythm only" 4:11
3."B-21 Guitar and piano" 4:11
4."B-21 Fast tempo" 3:54
5."B-21 Fast tempo/Rhythm only" 3:54
6."B-21 Fast tempo/Guitar and piano" 3:51
7."B-22 A-Type[c]"Bart Howard2:19
8."B-22 B-Type"Howard2:35
9."B-22 C-Type"Howard2:18
10."C-55 A-Type" 1:49
11."C-55 B-Type" 1:56
12."C-55 C-Type" 2:06
13."C-55 D-Type" (Three of Me, One of Someone else) 2:19
14."C-55 E-Type" 2:11
15."C-55 F-Type" 1:46
16."E-12" (Battle – Light "Pinch") 2:19
17."E-12 Rhythm only" 2:18
18."E-13" (Thanatos) 3:30
19."E-13 Rhythm only" 3:27
20."E-14" (Battle) 2:31
21."E-14 Rhythm only" 2:30
22."E-15" (Magmadiver) 2:24
23."E-15 Rhythm only" 2:09
24."E-15 Fast tempo" 1:02
25."E-15 Fast tempo/Rhythm only" 0:58
26."E-16" (The Beast II) 2:19
27."E-16 Rhythm only" 2:18
28."E-16 Fast tempo" (Normal Blood) 1:57
29."E-16 Fast tempo/Rhythm only" 1:54
Total length:75:08
Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (CD5)
No.TitleMusicLength
1."F-3 Take 1[d]"Johann Sebastian Bach1:32
2."F-3 Take 2[d]" (CHILDHOOD MEMORIES, SHUT AWAY)Bach0:37
3."OP-1" (A Cruel Angel's Thesis)Hidetoshi Satō2:31
4."OP-1 Strings"Satō2:17
5."OP-1 Strings/Slow tempo" (THE HEADY FEELING OF FREEDOM)Satō1:50
6."OP-2 A-Type"Satō1:21
7."OP-2 B-Type"Satō1:48
8."OP-2 C-Type"Satō1:57
9."OP-2 D-Type" (Good, or Don't Be.)Satō1:23
10."ED-1 A-Type"Bart Howard1:49
11."ED-1 B-Type"Howard1:56
12."A-4 Different version" (A Fragile Ego Border) 2:11
13."A-4 Zakazaka version" (Honeymoon with Anxiety) 1:38
14."A-4 Strings version" 1:21
15."A-4 Lonely version" 1:26
16."A-4 Lonely version/With piano" 1:27
17."A-4 Lonely version/With piano/Melody unison" 1:27
18."A-4 Violin solo" (Reliance Leading to Falsehood) 1:48
19."A-4 Piano solo" 2:09
20."A-4 Piano/Normal version" 1:17
21."A-4 Piano/Lonely version" 1:22
22."A-4 Piano/Leave It To Version" (Opening of Dream) 1:27
23."E-13 Short Piece 1" 2:06
24."E-13 Short Piece 2/With piano" 2:05
25."E-13 Short Piece 2/Without piano" 2:05
26."E-13 Short Piece/Fast tempo/With piano" (Tears Toward Oneself) 2:07
27."E-13 Short Piece/Fast tempo/Without piano" 2:07
28."E-13 Rhythm only/Modified version" (Substitute Invasion) 3:29
29."M-2" (Piano Music 2 – Light Etude) 3:03
30."M-3" (The Passage of Emptiness) 6:17
31."M-3 Suite" 0:51
32."M-4" (Escape to The Beginning) 4:58
33."M-4 Chorus only" (Emergency Evacuation to Regression) 4:15
34."M-5" (Tragic Choral Music) 3:45
Total length:73:43
Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (CD6)
No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."M-6 Slow Tempo"  2:53
2."M-6 Slow Tempo/Without Guitar"  2:52
3."M-6 Slow Tempo/Rhythm Only"  2:53
4."M-6 Fast Tempo"  2:20
5."M-6 Fast Tempo/Without Guitar"  2:19
6."M-6 Fast Tempo/Rhythm Only (Old version)"  2:18
7."M-6 Fast Tempo/Rhythm Only" (Interference of Others)  2:19
8."M-6 Fast Tempo/Modified Version" (The End of Midsummer)  2:21
9."M-7B[e]" (False Regeneration)  2:28
10."M-7B Without Woodwinds"  2:28
11."M-7B New Mix[f]" (False Regeneration)  2:28
12."M-8" (Tragic Battle – Asuka’s Death)  2:26
13."M-8 Chorus Delay"  2:26
14."M-9" (Liberation of Souls)  6:48
15."M-9 Modified Version" (Expansion of Blockage)  6:52
16."M-10" (Komm, süsser Tod (Single version))Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiArianne Schreiber7:55
17."M-10 Director's Edit Version" (Komm, süsser Tod (Album version))Anno, WyzgowskiArianne7:45
18."M-11[g]" (Everything You've Ever Dreamed)Anno, WyzgowskiArianne6:42
Total length:68:35
Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works (Bonus CD)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Cello Tuning"   0:26
2."Suiten für Violoncello solo Nr. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007 1. Vorspiel" Johann Sebastian Bach 0:43
3."DVOŘÁK: Original Complete Version[h]" Antonín Dvořák 0:33
4."Violin Tuning"   0:23
5."Partita III für Violinesolo E-Dur, BWV 1006 3. Gavotte en Rondeau" Bach 0:22
6."Viola Tuning"   1:10
7."Tuning Panorama" ("Tuning to Imperfection" (未了への、調律, Miryō he no, Chōritsu))   0:18
8."Kanon D-Dur" Johann Pachelbel 5:08
9."Kanon D-Dur (Double Quintet)" Pachelbel 5:07
10."Kanon D-Dur (Quintet)" Pachelbel 5:01
11."Kanon D-Dur (Quintet/No harpsichord)" Pachelbel 5:01
12."II. Air (Orchestral SuiteNo. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068) (Slow Tempo)" Bach 3:57
13."II. Air (Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068)" Bach 3:23
14."Jesus bleibet meine Freude (Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147) (Strings/Fast Tempo)" Bach 3:10
15."Jesus bleibet meine Freude (Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147) (Strings)" Bach 3:47
16."M-10 Without Intro/A-Type"Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiShirō SagisuArianne Schreiber7:05
17."M-10 Without Intro/B-Type"Anno, WyzgowskiSagisuArianne7:04
18."M-13 Take 1 (Unfinished)" (A-4 Heavy Version)   6:16
19."M-13 Take 2 (Unfinished)"   6:16
20."M-14 (Unedited)" (Dignified Battle Music)   2:16
21."M-14 Second Half (Unedited)"   0:36
22."M-15 (Unfinished)" (Theme of Love Piano)   4:08
23."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-" (E-13)MashSagisuLoren & Mash4:51
Total length:77:01

Music from Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone[edit]

Music from Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone is the first soundtrack album featuring music from the film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone, composed by Shirō Sagisu. The album peaked at number 28 in the Oricon database, making 6 appearances in total.[39] All tracks featured on the album are presented in their entirety, without being edited for film length. Most of the songs are new versions of background music from the original Evangelion animated television series. The score was recorded by the London Studio Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios in London, England.

The album was released on September 25, 2007 by Starchild. The executive producers are Hideaki Anno and Toshimichi Otsuki while Shirō Sagisu produced the music (acting also as the composer and conductor) and Tomohiro Ogawa.[40]

Track listing: Music from Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone
No.TitleLength
1."L'Attaque des Anges"2:34
2."I'll Go On Lovin' Someone Else"3:13
3."Premiere Manœuvre"2:54
4."Staggering Yet"2:01
5."Les Bêtes"2:11
6."Crépuscule-Tokyo III"1:39
7."Cruel Dilemme"2:47
8."The Longest Day"3:00
9."Contre Les Agressions"2:02
10."Showdown"2:02
11."Mecanisme de Defense"2:44
12."Cruel Dilemme II"3:15
13."Rei-Opus IV"2:24
14."The Longest Day II"2:20
15."Lucifer's Cry"2:47
16."Cruel Dilemme III"2:28
17."Stratégie Yashima"2:25
18."The Longest Day III"2:14
19."Danse des Lucioles"1:48
20."Bataille Décisive"4:45
21."Angel of Doom"3:51
22."Rei-Opus V"3:00
23."Trailer Eva Special"1:51
24."EM17 Demo 17"2:07
25."EM21 Demo 21"3:37
26."Cruel Dilemme IV (Guit_C)"1:53
Total length:67:52

Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack[edit]

Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack (catalog number KICA 886) is the second soundtrack album of the 2007 film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone. It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu, edited for film length, as well as the film's theme songs performed by Hikaru Utada and three bonus songs (those that Shinji listens to on his SDAT, although two of them were not used in the film) sung by Misato Katsuragi's voice actress Kotono Mitsuishi. The first press version of the soundtrack included a white slipcover and an Evangelion: 1.0 postcard. The London Studio Orchestra performed the score, which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, and Hideaki Anno and Toshimichi Otsuki produced the music. It peaked at number 38 on the Oricon albums chart, making a total of 9 appearances on the chart.[41] The album was released on May 25, 2008 by Starchild.[42]

Track listing: Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) -2007 MIX-"Bart Howard, Utada Hikaru3:25
2."EM01#070720" 1:30
3."EM02#070720" 2:28
4."EMA_13_C" 0:17
5."EM03_Edit#070705" 2:37
6."EM11#070720" 1:59
7."EM05B#070720" 2:31
8."EM06#070720" 1:25
9."EM07_B16_Edit#070705" 1:14
10."EM08_B17_Edit#070705" 0:50
11."EM09A_NewPiano_Edit#070705" 2:12
12."EM10A_Edit#070705" 1:37
13."EM04A_Short#070720" 1:06
14."EM05A#070720" 2:00
15."EM13#070720" 1:28
16."EM16_Normal_Edit#070705" 1:54
17."EMA_13_A" 0:24
18."EMA_13_B#070705" 0:45
19."EM15_C05_E#070705" 1:26
20."B01_Guit_A_PreMix#070705" 1:36
21."EM17_Edit#070705" 2:45
22."EM18_Rhythm03_Premix#070705" 1:39
23."EM10B_Edit#070705" 0:57
24."EM20_Rhythm_Premix#070705" 0:46
25."EM10B_Full_#070807" 1:14
26."EM10_C_Long_Premix#070705" 1:51
27."EM19_Premix#070705" 0:59
28."EM20#070720" 3:54
29."EM21_Premix#070705" 3:50
30."EM09_Piano_D" 1:26
31."Beautiful World"Hikaru5:15
32."EMF02_Edit#070705" 0:37
33."EMC_01_Nu" 0:57
34."EM09_Piano_D_Full"" 2:46
35."EM20_Rhythm_Full" 3:51
36."You are the only one"Kotono Mitsuishi4:04
37."蒼いレジェンド"Mitsuishi4:34
38."FALL in STAR"Mitsuishi4:30
Total length:78:39

Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack[edit]

Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack is the soundtrack album of the 2009 film Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance. It peaked at number 8 in the Oricon album charts, charting for a total of 16 weeks.[43] It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu and performed by the London Studio Orchestra as well as a choir of four. The executive producers were Hideaki Anno and Toshimichi Otsuki while Shirō Sagisu provided the keyboard and programming as well as two bonus songs. The album was released on July 8, 2009 in both a single-disc regular edition (catalog number KICA 985) containing the music as edited for the film,[44] and a special edition (catalog number KICA 983/4) that features an additional disc containing unedited versions of the music and a twenty-page booklet with commentary by Shirō Sagisu, as well as sheet music excerpts. The first press edition of the special edition included a hard plastic orange slipcover and an Evangelion: 2.0 postcard. Starchild released the album.[45] In their review, iSugoi.com gave the Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Sound Track a 96%, and commented that "Overall, this is a soundtrack that should please as well as surprise fans. Even as a standalone soundtrack, it's still an incredibly realized and focused soundtrack. Shirō Sagisu continues to strive forward in delivering an impressive and satisfying contribution to the realm of Evangelion."[46]

Track listing: Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack (CD1)
No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."2EM01_B01 At The Very Beginning"  2:37
2."2EM03_0908"  0:59
3."2EM04_E4"  1:42
4."2EM05_KK_B09"  1:04
5."2EM06_KK_B16"  0:08
6."2EM07_KK_B09_InDoor"  1:04
7."2EM08_B17"  0:43
8."2EM09_YAMASHITA" Takayuki Inoue1:21
9."2EM10_KK_C01_AddGuit"  1:39
10."2EM11_B16"  1:42
11."2EM12_KK_A09"  1:35
12."2EM13_EM20_Alterna"  1:56
13."2EM14_EM10C"  1:06
14."2EM15_0938 Destiny"  2:21
15."2EM16_0944 Fate"  1:40
16."2EM17_KK_A08"  1:35
17."2EM18_KK_C01"  2:21
18."2EM19_Sor: Variations on a Theme of Mozart"  1:00
19."2EM20_KK_A09_Kuriya"  1:47
20."2EM21_KK_C01_Str+AcGuit"  2:26
21."2EM22_KK_A08_Orche"  2:07
22."2EM25_Piano_Nu"  1:37
23."2EM26_EM05B"  0:32
24."2EM28_EM13"  0:51
25."2EM29_E5"  2:00
26."Today Is the Time for Goodbye" (Performed by Megumi Hayashibara arrangement by Motoki Funayama & Shirō Sagisu)Shōichi KanekoKaneko2:43
27."2EM31_0948 In My Spirit"  2:22
28."2EM32_0910 Keep Your Head Above the Mayhem"  1:34
29."2EM33_0902 The Final Decision We All Must Take"  3:29
30."2EM34_E13"  2:00
31."2EM35_Nu02 Carnage"  1:38
32."2EM36_E16"  2:10
33."Give Me Wings" (Performed by Hayashibara, arrangement by Funayama & Sagisu)Michio YamagamiKunihiko Murai4:51
34."2EM38_F02"  0:46
35."Furimukanaide" (Performed by The Peanuts)Tokiko IwataniHiroshi Miyagawa2:55
36."Koi no Kisetsu" (Performed by Pinky & Killers)IwataniTaku Izumi3:22
Total length:65:28
Track listing: Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack (CD2) (Special Edition)
No.TitleLyricsMusicEnglish Translation
(if applicable)
Length
1."At the Very Beginning (2EM01)"   3:16
2."L'Agresseur (2EM03)"  "The Aggressor"2:38
3."Ambassadrice Rouge (2EM04)"  "The Red Ambassadress"1:59
4."Des Cordes: opus 1 (2EM18)"  "Strings: Opus 1"3:20
5."Destiny (2EM15)"   2:52
6."Fate (2EM16)"   3:36
7."Robe des Champs (2EM20)"  "Field Dress"1:50
8."Des Cordes: opus 2 (2EM18)"  "Strings: Opus 2"3:15
9."Tranquillité (2EM25)"  "Tranquility"3:23
10."Les Bêtes (2EM29)"  "The Beast"3:26
11."Tribute to Sound of Music (Kyō no Hi wa Sayōnara)" (Performed by Megumi Hayashibara, arrangement by Motoki Funayama & Shirō Sagisu)Shōichi KanekoKaneko"Today is the Time for Goodbye – Tribute to Sound of Music"3:40
12."In My Spirit (2EM31)"   3:14
13."Keep Your Head Above the Mayhem (2EM32)"   2:28
14."Instabilité: Orchestre (2EM22)"  "Instability: Orchestra"3:30
15."The Final Decision We All Must Take (2EM33)"  "___ OR ___ ___________"4:14
16."Evanescence: mouvement 1 (2EM34)"  "Evanescence: Movement 1"0:45
17."Evanescence: mouvement 2 (2EM34)"  "Evanescence: Movement 2"2:46
18."Evanescence: mouvement 3 (2EM34)"  "Evanescence: Movement 3"2:24
19."Carnage (2EM35)"   3:26
20."Sin From Genesis (2EM36)"   2:42
21."Tribute to Sound of Music (Tsubasa wo Kudasai)" (Performed by Hayashibara, arrangement by Funayama & Sagisu)Michio YamagamiKunihiko Murai"Give Me Wings – Tribute to Sound of Music"6:11
22."Instabilité: Piano Solo (2EM17)"  "Instability: Piano Solo"3:44
23."Mellow 2009 (2EM18)"   3:53
Total length:72:19

Music from Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo[edit]

Music from Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo is the soundtrack album of the 2012 film Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo. It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu. The music featured is presented in its entirety, without being edited for film length. The album was released on November 28, 2012.

Track listing: Music from Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (CD1)
No.TitleLength
1."Gods Message"3:32
2."The Ultimate Soldier"3:48
3."Dark Defender"3:44
4."The Anthem"4:59
5."Out of the Dark"3:53
6."L'Apôtre de la Lune (2 pianos)"3:44
7."Quatre Mains (A Quatre Mains)"2:26
8."Qui Veut Faire L'Ange Fait la Bête (Piano solo)"3:53
9."Trust"3:11
10."L'Apotre de la Lune (Orchestre cordes)"3:23
11."Return to Ash"4:31
12."It Will Mean Victory"3:47
13."Betrayal"5:37
14."Scarred and Battled"3:38
15."From Beethoven 9"3:00
16."The Wrath of God in All Its Fury"3:40
17."Tout Est Perplexe (Thème Q)"5:17
18."Gods Gift"5:00
19."Kindred Spirits (Thème Q)"2:29
Total length:1:13:43
Track listing: Music from Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo (CD2)
No.TitleLength
1."Bataille D'Espace"4:00
2."Quiproquo 131 (2 Pianos)"1:28
3."Serenity Amongst the Turmoil"3:32
4."Quelconque 103 (Piano)"2:51
5."Quiproquo 83 (2 pianos)"2:13
6."Quatre Mains (Chambre cordes)"2:31
7."Quiproquo 140 (Piano)"2:42
8."Long Slow Pain"3:11
9."Quelconque 56 Avec A4 (2 pianos plus)"3:23
10."Quiproquo 131 (Orchestre)"2:19
11."Qui Veut Faire L'Ange Fait la Bête (Piano Capricieux)"2:51
12."Thème Q (Guitare)"4:32
13."Bande-Annonce (Garçons)"1:08
14."Peaceful Times (Choeur)"0:51
15."Famously..."9:15
Total length:46:57

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Original Soundtrack[edit]

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Original Soundtrack is the second soundtrack album of Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo. It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu exactly as it appears in the film as well as the film's credit song performed by Hikaru Utada. It was sold as a first press release with the Blu-Ray/DVD of the movie and was released on April 24, 2013.

Track listing: Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Original Soundtrack
No.TitleLength
1."3EM01_EM20_Master"1:38
2."3EM02_C17B_Nu_test02"2:00
3."3EM03_P_131_2dames"1:30
4."3EM04_EM10A_Q"1:46
5."3EM05_1125"2:48
6."3EM06_C_16_take2"3:04
7."3EM07_C_15_take2"3:36
8."3EM08_SS_103_junko"1:33
9."3EM09_P_83_2dames_mx3"1:53
10."3EM10_1176_long_end"3:37
11."3EM11_QuatreMains_E_03_mx3"0:42
12."3EM12_SS_101_2femmes_option"1:07
13."3EM13_Guitar_ForQ"2:10
14."3EM14_Piano_Adlib_44"0:19
15."3EM15_pre"0:44
16."3EM15_QuatreMains_Fun_07_edit_B"1:07
17."3EM16_QuatreMains_60sec"1:16
18."3EM17_SS_106_female"1:54
19."3EM18_P_140_70bpm"1:12
20."3EM19_Omni_09"2:58
21."3EM20_P_56_A4_orch+piano"3:08
22."3EM21_P_57_A4_2files+1"1:06
23."3EM21A_QuatreMains_G"0:32
24."3EM22_SS_101_Orch"3:34
25."3EM23_1128_take4_360"4:14
26."3EM24_SD2_01_take3_360"3:27
27."3EM25_SD2_53_take3_IntroStart"2:24
28."3EM26_1155_139_take4"2:14
29."3EM27_Beethoven9_Orch+Cho"2:44
30."3EM28_Nu09_360"3:31
31."3EM30_GuitarForQ_Pno+Vo_Orch+Pno"2:42
32."3EM31_1120_360"2:19
33."Sakura Nagashi"4:40
34."3EM32_F02"0:33
Total length:1:14:04

Music from "Shin Evangelion" Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0[edit]

Music from "Shin Evangelion" Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 is the soundtrack album of the 2021 film Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Thrice Upon a Time. It features music composed by Shirō Sagisu. The music featured is presented in its entirety, without being edited for film length. The album was released on March 17, 2021.

Track listing: Music from "Shin Evangelion" Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 (CD1)
No.TitleLength
1."paris"3:52
2."if a cause is worth dying for then be"3:04
3."euro nerv"1:22
4."tema principale: orchestra dedicata ai maestri"4:58
5."berceuse: piano"2:12
6."l'homme n'est ni ange ni bete"3:51
7."prettiest star"2:48
8."karma"3:03
9."yearning for your love"3:41
10."tema principale: piano dedicata ai maestri"2:04
11."hand of fate"4:44
12."unwelcome: piano"3:00
13."m & r: piano"2:47
14."lost in the memory"5:21
15."berceuse: piano dans l'orchestre a cordes"3:33
16."EM10A alterne"2:14
17."EM10A alterne bis"1:07
18."gekitotsu! gouten tai daimakan"3:18
19."gekitotsu! gouten tai daimakan =hooked on the last train="3:16
Total length:57:48
Track listing: Music from "Shin Evangelion" Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 (CD2)
No.TitleLength
1."metamorphosis"2:43
2."paranoia"4:42
3."mirror mirror: refrain"2:04
4."mirror mirror: orchestra and choir"4:19
5."this is the dream, beyond belief..."3:50
6."theme du concerto 494"1:36
7."psycho"3:04
8."killer"3:39
9."i'll go on loving someone else =version orchestre="3:14
10."pillars of faith"3:05
11."voices in my head"3:21
12."what if?: orchestra, choir and piano"4:06
13."EM20 =wunder operation="3:52
14."the path"4:13
15."born evil"6:12
16."citation from 'joy to the world'"2:55
17."pensees intimes: piano dans l'orchestre a cordes"3:05
18."ave verum corpus"3:00
19."Voyager - Gravestone Without Date"4:55
20."𝄇"0:42
Total length:1:07:40
Track listing: Music from "Shin Evangelion" Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 (CD3)
No.TitleLength
1."the way of life"6:01
2."pensees intimes: piano"2:04
3."unwelcome: orchestra"3:54
4."m & r: suite pour piano, flute basse et orchestre"4:22
5."this is the dream"5:05
6."Voyager - Gravestone Without Date =suppa duppa bossa="4:40
7."what if?: guitar"3:12
8."hand of fate: playback"4:59
9."yearning for your love: playback"3:40
10."lost in the memory: playback"5:20
11."la plus belle etoile"4:04
12."tema principale: tromba e orchestra"3:44
13."tema principale: chitarra"2:38
14."soul love: guitar to orchestra segue"3:23
15."reminiscence: epilogue"8:07
Total length:1:11:41


Compilation albums[edit]

The Day of Second Impact[edit]

Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series and the films Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. It was released in Japan on September 13, 2000 by King Records and in North America on September 7, 2004 by Geneon Entertainment and peaked at number 20 in the Oricon charts, ultimately making just 2 appearances.[47] All of the songs on this album previously appeared on other Evangelion albums or singles.[48]

As the title implies, it is based around the Second Impact, a pivotal event in the Evangelion storyline. The album release date matches that of the fictional event.

Track listing: The Day of Second Impact
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Angel Attack" (E-6) Shirō Sagisu 2:33
2."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version)"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōYoko Takahashi4:06
3."Decisive Battle" (E-1) Sagisu 2:26
4."Fly Me to the Moon"Bart HowardHowardClaire Littley4:33
5."Thanatos" (E-13) Sagisu 3:31
6."Kanon D-Dur (Strings orchestra)" Johann Pachelbel 5:09
7."Soul's Refrain"OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriTakahashi5:15
8."II. Air (Orchestral SuiteNo. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068)" Johann Sebastian Bach 3:25
9."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-"MashSagisuLoren & Mash4:53
10."Komm, süsser Tod (M-10 Director's Edit Version)"Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiSagisuArianne Schreiber7:43
11."Jesus bleibet meine Freude (Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147)" ((ストリングス) (—Sutoringusu Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring Heart and Mouth and Deed and Life, BWV 147) (Strings)) Bach 3:46
Total length:47:20

Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami[edit]

Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami is the twelfth music album released in the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. As the title indicates, its focus is Rei Ayanami, one of the three primary protagonists of Neon Genesis Evangelion. The album features background music and instrumental tracks related to Rei's appearances in the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series and movies. It also contains vocal tracks by her voice actress, Megumi Hayashibara, for the "Rei Ayanami versions" of certain songs related to Neon Genesis Evangelion. The Birthday of Rei Ayanami was released on March 30, 2001 in Japan by King Records, Hayashibara's 34th birthday. Rei Ayanami's in-universe birth date is unknown. The Birthday of Rei Ayanami was only released in Japan.[49] It peaked at number 45 in the Oricon albums chart and made just 3 appearances.[50]

The album cover features an illustration by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, the character designer for the series. The CD itself depicts the front part of Rei's plug suit bearing the inscription 00, which refers to her designated Evangelion, Unit 00. The album was produced by Kouji Asano and Takashi Tokuhara.

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (A.D. 2001)"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōMegumi Hayashibara4:45
2."Rei I" (A-1)   2:59
3."Hedgehog's Dilemma" (B-1)   2:51
4."Rei II" (B-20)   2:57
5."Fly Me to the Moon (Ayanami Version)"Bart HowardHowardHayashibara4:33
6."Do you love me?" (A-4 Synth Voice Only)   2:20
7."Hostility Restrained" (A-13C)   1:39
8."Good, or Don't Be" (OP-2 D-type) Satō 1:26
9."Soul's Refrain (Aqua Groove mix)"OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriHayashibara5:29
10."Hajimari e no Tōhi" (M-4)   4:58
11."Heisoku no Kakudai" (M-9)   6:52
12."Yume no Sukima" (A-4 Piano/Leave It To Version)   1:33
13."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours- (Instrumental)"   7:15
14."Fly Me to the Moon (Instrumental)" Howard 4:33
Total length:54:18

Refrain of Evangelion[edit]

Refrain of Evangelion is a soundtrack album featuring music from the anime television series Neon Genesis Evangelion and the films Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. This album also features an unused song from The End of Evangelion called "Everything You've Ever Dreamed" as a special bonus, although it had previously been included on Disc 6 of the Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works box set.

On May 26, 2003, King Records released the album in Japan and Geneon Entertainment released it in America on November 9, 2004,[51] while it reached number 62 in the Oricon database, making a total of 6 appearances.[52]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Refrain of Evangelion
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Suiten Fur Violincello Solo Nr. 1 G-dur, BWV. 1007 1. Vorspiel" Johann Sebastian Bach 0:42
2."Decisive Battle" (E-1)   2:25
3."Angel Attack" (E-6)   2:33
4."The Beast" (E-5 Fast tempo)   1:41
5."Thanatos" (E-13)   3:31
6."Marking Time, Waiting for Death" (E-7)   2:45
7."The Beast II" (E-16)   2:20
8."Kanon D-dur" Johann Pachelbel (Strings orchestra) 5:09
9."Rei I" (A-1)   3:01
10."Misato" (B-16)   1:34
11."Asuka Strikes!" (B-17)   2:25
12."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya Bossa Techno TV Size Version)"Bart HowardHowardAya1:10
13."Fly Me to the Moon (Aki Jungle TV Size Version)"HowardHowardAki1:09
14."Fly Me to the Moon (Main Version II/Renewal #16)"HowardHowardKotono Mitsuishi, Megumi Hayashibara, Yuko Miyamura1:08
15."Jikai Yokoku (30 second version)" (F-2)   0:33
16."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (TV Size Version)"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōYoko Takahashi1:33
17."Soul's Refrain"OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriTakahashi5:13
18."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-"MashShirō SagisuLoren & Mash4:53
19."Mother Is the First Other" (A-10)   2:28
20."Borderline Case" (A-4)   2:23
21."Expansion of Blockade" (M-9 Modified Version)   6:53
22."The Heady Feeling of Freedom" (OP-1 Strings/Slow tempo) Satō 1:50
23."Good, or Don't Be" (OP-2 D-type) Satō 1:25
24."Opening of a Dream" (A-4 Piano/Leave It To Version)   1:30
25."Komm, süsser Tod" (M-10)Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiSagisuArianne Schreiber7:58
26."Everything You've Ever Dreamed" (M-11)Anno, WyzgowskiSagisuArianne Schreiber6:41
Total length:74:53

Neon Genesis Evangelion Decade[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion Decade is an album released to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the date the TV series began airing. The album peaked at number 24 in the Oricon charts, making 90 appearances on the chart.[53] In addition to the music used in the anime, the theme song "A Cruel Angel's Thesis" was also newly recorded and sung by Yoko Takahashi. The album was released in Japan on November 26, 2005 by King Records on 1 disc with a length of 73 minutes.[54]

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion Decade
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version)" (残酷な天使のテーゼ Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze)Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōYoko Takahashi4:07
2."Fly Me to the Moon"Bart HowardHowardClaire Littley4:34
3."Moon's Labyrinth" (月の迷宮 Tsuki no Meikyu)OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriTakahashi5:47
4."A Vision" (予感 Yokan)OikawaOhmoriTakahashi4:56
5."Happiness is the Smell of Sin" (幸せは罪の匂い Shiawase wa Tsumi no Nioi)OikawaOhmoriTakahashi4:39
6."Eternal Embrace" (無限抱擁 Mugen Hōyō)OikawaTakahashiTakahashi5:26
7."Fly Me to the Moon (Main Version II)"HowardHowardKotono Mitsuishi, Megumi Hayashibara, Yuko Miyamura4:34
8."Soul's Refrain" (魂のルフラン Tamashii no Rufuran)OikawaOhmoriTakahashi5:16
9."I'm Back to the Primitive Mind" (心よ原始に戻れ Kokoro yo Genshi ni Modore)OikawaSatōTakahashi4:52
10."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-"MashShirō SagisuLoren & Mash4:52
11."Komm, süsser Tod (M-10 Director's Edit Version)"Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiSagisuArianne Schreiber7:45
12."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (10th Anniversary Version)" (残酷な天使のテーゼ Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze)OikawaSatōTakahashi4:54
13."Soul's Refrain (10th Anniversary Version)" (魂のルフラン Tamashii no Rufuran)OikawaOhmoriTakahashi6:00
14."Memories of Heaven[i]" (天国の記憶 Tengoku no Kioku)OikawaOhmoriHayashibara6:11
Total length:73:00

Neon Genesis Evangelion Soundtrack 25th Anniversary Box[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion Soundtrack 25th Anniversary Box is an album released to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the date the TV series began airing. The album was released in Japan on October 7, 2020 by King Records.

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion (CD1)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version)" (残酷な天使のテーゼ Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze)Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōYoko Takahashi4:05
2."Fly Me to the Moon 2020"Bart HowardHowardTakahashi4:33
3."Angel Attack" (E-6)   2:31
4."Rei I" (A-1)   2:59
5."Hedgehog's Dilemma" (B-1)   2:47
6."Barefoot in the Park" (C-2)   2:37
7."Ritsuko" (C-5)   3:03
8."Misato" (B-16)   1:32
9."Asuka Strikes!" (B-17)   2:23
10."NERV" (A-3)   1:58
11."Tokyo-3" (C-7)   2:25
12."I. Shinji" (A-6)   2:02
13."EVA-01" (E-3)   2:48
14."A Step Forward Into Terror" (E-9)   1:55
15."EVA-02" (E-4)   2:00
16."Decisive Battle" (E-1)   2:24
17."EVA-00" (E-5)   1:51
18."The Beast" (E-5 Fast tempo)   1:40
19."Marking Time, Waiting for Death" (E-7)   2:44
20."Rei II" (B-20)   2:56
21."Fly Me to the Moon" (B-4) Howard 2:58
22."Next Episode Preview" (F-2 30-seconds Version)   0:32
23."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi3:56
24."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Director's Edit Version II)"OikawaSatōKotono Mitsuishi
Megumi Hayashibara
Yūko Miyamura
4:04
Total length:62:43

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion II (CD2)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."A Vision"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriYoko Takahashi4:56
2."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (TV Size Version)"OikawaHidetoshi SatōTakahashi1:33
3."Borderline Case" (A-4)   2:21
4."A Crystalline Night Sky" (C-6)   2:22
5."Angel Attack II" (A-7)   2:00
6."Angel Attack III" (A-9)   2:25
7."Both of You, Dance Like You Want to Win!" (B-12)   1:51
8."Waking up in the morning" (C-4)   1:30
9."Background Music" (A-2)   1:57
10."A Moment When Tension Breaks" (B-21)   4:12
11."The Day Tokyo-3 Stood Still" (B-14)   1:42
12."Spending Time in Preparation" (E-1 Rhythm only)   2:23
13."She said, 'Don't make others suffer for your personal hatred.'" (A-15)   1:55
14."Magmadiver" (E-15)   2:24
15."Pleasure Principle" (E-8)   3:50
16."The Beast II" (E-16)   2:19
17."Thanatos" (E-13)   3:30
18."Rei III" (A-14)   3:44
19."When I Find Peace of Mind" (B-7)   3:35
20."Fly Me to the Moon 2020 (Short Size Version)"Bart HowardHowardTakahashi1:10
21."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#5) TV Size Remix Version)"HowardHowardMegumi Hayashibara1:10
22."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#6) TV Size Remix Version)"HowardHowardHayashibara1:10
23."Next Episode Preview" (F-2 15-seconds Version)   0:19
24."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya Bossa Techno Version)"HowardHowardAya3:52
25."Fly Me to the Moon (Aki Jungle version)"HowardHowardAki4:40
26."B-16 Rhythm only" (Misato)   1:31
27."B-17 Rhythm only" (Asuka Strikes!)   2:22
Total length:66:43

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless specified.

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion III (CD3)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Happiness Is the Smell of Sin"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriYoko Takahashi4:37
2."Eternal Embrace"OikawaTakahashiTakahashi5:26
3."Normal Blood" (E-16 Fast tempo)   1:58
4."Harbinger of Tragedy" (E-5 Rhythm only/Fast tempo)   1:39
5."Childhood Memories, Shut Away" (F-3 Take2)   0:36
6."Those women longed for the touch of others' lips, and thus invited their kisses." (B-4 Strings and piano) Bart Howard 2:20
7."Background Music II" (A-16 Strings)   1:34
8."Background Music III" (B-3)   2:33
9."In the Depths of Human Hearts" (B-2)   2:23
10."Hostility Restrained" (A-13 C-Type)   1:38
11."Three of Me, One of Someone Else" (C-55 D-Type)   2:21
12."Crime of Innocence" (A-13 B-Type)   2:26
13."The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence" (B-4 Piano/Lonely) Howard 1:33
14."Do You Love Me?" (A-4 Synth voice only)   2:21
15."Separation Anxiety" (A-13)   2:28
16."Introjection" (A-12)   2:27
17."Depression" (A-11)   2:36
18."Splitting of the Breast" (A-10 Synth voice only)   2:15
19."Infantile Dependence, Adult Dependency" (B-9)   3:01
20."Mother Is the First Other" (A-10)   2:25
21."The Heady Feeling of Freedom" (OP-1 Strings/Slow tempo) Hidetoshi Satō 1:49
22."Good, or Don't Be." (OP-1 D-Type) Satō 1:23
23."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi TV Size Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi1:10
24."Fly Me to the Moon (4 Beat TV Size Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi1:09
25."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya Bossa Techno TV Size Version)"HowardHowardAya1:08
26."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa TV Size Version)"HowardHowardTakahashi1:08
27."Fly Me to the Moon (4 Beat Off Vocal TV Size Version)" Howard 1:08
28."Fly Me to the Moon (Off Vocal TV Size Version)" Howard 1:09
29."Fly Me to the Moon (Aki Jungle TV Size Version)"HowardHowardAki1:08
30."Fly Me to the Moon (B-22A Type TV Size Version)" Howard 1:08
31."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#23) TV Size Version)"HowardHowardMegumi Hayashibara1:10
32."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#25) TV Size Version)"HowardHowardHayashibara1:10
33."Fly Me to the Moon (Rei (#26) TV Size Version)"HowardHowardHayashibara1:12
34."Fly Me to the Moon (Aya London Beat Version)"HowardHowardAya8:16
35."B-20 il tuo sorriso" (Rei II)   4:32
Total length:77:17

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu except where otherwise noted.

Track listing: Evangelion Death (CD4)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Cello - Fourth Chord Tuning"   0:26
2."Suiten für Violoncello solo Nr. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007 1. Vorspiel" Johann Sebastian Bach 0:43
3."Dvořák: Original Complete Version" Antonín Dvořák 0:34
4."Violin - Second Chord Tuning"   0:23
5."Partita III für Violine solo E-Dur, BWV 1006 3. Gavotte en Rondeau" Bach 0:23
6."Viola - Third Chord Tuning"   1:10
7."Substitute for Gentleness" (D-7)   0:26
8."Tears Toward Oneself" (E-13 Short Piece/Fast tempo/With piano)   2:07
9."Tuning to Imperfection"   0:19
10."Kanon D-Dur (Quartet)" Johann Pachelbel 5:00
11."The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence II" (B-4 Guitar and piano/Lonely) Bart Howard 1:35
12."Reliance Leading to Falsehood" (A-4 Violin solo)   1:48
13."A Fragile Ego Border" (A-4 Different version)   2:12
14."Kanon D-dur (Strings Orchestra)" Pachelbel 5:12
15."False Regeneration" (M-7B)   2:27
16."Soul's Refrain"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriYoko Takahashi5:17
17."Choeur: Jesus demeure ma joie, Consolation et seve de mon coeur" Bach 3:44
18."Dies Irae [REQUIEM]" Giuseppe Verdi 37:10
Total length:70:56

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu except where otherwise noted.

Track listing: The End of Evangelion (CD5)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Interference of Others" (M-6 Fast Tempo/Rhythm Only)   2:21
2."The End of Midsummer" (M-6 Fast Tempo/Modified Version)   2:24
3."Emergency Evacuation to Regression" (M-4 Chorus only)   4:18
4."False Regeneration" (M-7B New Mix)   2:30
5."Substitute Invasion" (E-13 Rhythm only/Modified version)   3:30
6."II Air [Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068]" Bach 3:24
7."The Flow of Emptiness" (M-3)   6:17
8."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-[j]"MashShiro SagisuLoren & Mash4:53
9."Escape to the Beginning" (M-4)   5:00
10."Honeymoon with Anxiety" (A-4 Zakazaka version)   1:40
11."Komm, süsser Tod (M-10 Director's Edit Version)"Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiSagisuArianne Schreiber7:46
12."Jesus bleibet meine Freude [Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147]" Jan Panenka, Bach, Myra Hess 4:50
13."Expansion of Blockade[k]" (M-9 Modified Version)   6:54
14."Gap of Dream" (A-4 Piano/Leave It To Version)   1:34
15."M-9" (Expansion of Blockade Original Version)   6:52
16."F02 (version 0706)" (Next Episode Preview)   0:31
Total length:64:44

Evangelion Finally[edit]

Evangelion Finally is an album released to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the date the TV series began airing. In addition to the music used in the anime, the ending song "Fly Me to the Moon" and "I'm Back to the Primitive Mind" were also newly recorded and sung by Yoko Takahashi. The album was released in Japan on October 7, 2020, by King Records. The album debuted at number 111 on the US Billboard 200 in May 2021.[55]

Track listing: Evangelion Finally
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalLength
1."A Cruel Angel's Thesis"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōYoko Takahashi4:06
2."Fly Me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa Version)"Bart HowardHowardTakahashi3:50
3."Soul's Refrain"OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriTakahashi5:12
4."Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-"MashShirō SagisuLoren & Mash4:49
5."Komm, süsser Tod (M-10 Director’s Edit. Version)"Hideaki Anno
Mike Wyzgowski
SagisuArianne Schreiber7:46
6."Today Is the Time for Goodbye"Shōichi KanekoKanekoMegumi Hayashibara2:43
7."Give Me Wings"Michio YamagamiKunihiko MuraiHayashibara4:54
8."Fly Me to the Moon 2020"HowardHowardTakahashi4:32
9."I'm Back to the Primitive Mind 2020"OikawaSatōTakahashi5:09
10."Eternal Embrace"OikawaTakahashiTakahashi5:24
11."Happiness Is the Smell of Sin"OikawaOhmoriTakahashi4:39
12."Come sweet death,second impact" (M-10)Anno
Wyzgowski
Hayashibara
SagisuHayashibara7:10
13."Dilemmatic triangle opera" (B-1)HayashibaraSagisuHayashibara5:41
14."The Image of black me" (A-1)HayashibaraSagisuHayashibara7:14
15."Dilemmatic triangle opera (Ayanami Version)" (B-1)HayashibaraSagisuHayashibara5:40
Total length:78:49

Arranged albums[edit]

Evangelion-VOX[edit]

Evangelion-VOX is an album consisting of songs from and based on the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime television series and the movie The End of Evangelion. It was recorded in 1997 and released December 3, 1997. The songs are R&B/hip-hop remakes of several pieces of background music from the Evangelion series. The album was released by Starchild Records and produced by Shirō Sagisu.[56] It peaked at number 10 on the Oricon albums chart, making 6 appearances.[57]

Track listing: Evangelion VOX
No.TitleVocalsLength
1."EVANTRODUCTION" (A-4) 2:53
2."THE IMAGE OF ME-vocalise" (A-1)Loren5:02
3."FROM MY DREAMS" (A-4)Carroll Thompson5:34
4."EVANGELISM" (A-4)London Gospel Choir0:17
5."CAN'T GET YOU OUTTA MY HEAD" (A-4)Loren & Mash4:33
6."X-plicit"MALI1:26
7."PRELUDE TO BATTLE" (E-1)MALI4:25
8."BATTLING" (E-1)MALI4:46
9."interlude-THANATOS" (E-13)Loren0:16
10."THANATOS -IF I CAN'T BE YOURS- JAZZY SIDE STICK-MIX" (E-13)Loren & Mash4:46
11."I'LL BE ALWAYS ON YOUR MIND (C-5)" (C-5)Thompson5:37
12."ARMAGEDDON"MALI4:54
13."Komm, süsser Tod TUMBLING DOWN-MIX (M-10)" (M-10)Loren & Mash6:32
14."ANGEL ATTACK" (E-6)MALI3:12
15."UTOPIA"MALI4:56
16."PROMISED LAND - reprise" (F-2)Camelle Hinds1:08
17."'PROMISED LAND' LOREN & MASH studio LIVE" (F-2)Loren & Mash5:02
18."'STAR' LOREN & MASH studio LIVE" (F-2)Loren & Mash5:36
19."THE IMAGE OF ME playback" (A-1)Loren0:30
20."OUTRO - never shall we return from conflict we must learn" (A-10)London Gospel Choir1:15
Total length:72:32

Evangelion Wind Symphony No.1[edit]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu.

Track listing: Evangelion Wind Symphony No.1
No.TitleLength
1."E06_EWS_Amano&kosei" (Angel Attack)2:32
2."E03_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (EVA-01)2:46
3."C07_EWS_Amano&kosei" (Tokyo-3)3:16
4."E01_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Decisive Battle)3:18
5."E06_ReMaster_TV_Original" (Angel Attack)2:31
6."E03_ReMaster_TV_Original" (EVA-01)2:46
7."E01_ReMaster_TV_Original" (Decisive Battle)2:25
8."A01_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Rei I)3:55
9."E01_01_YouichiMurata_Session" (Decisive Battle)3:45
10."E01_02_YouichiMurata_Session" (Decisive Battle)4:48
11."Shiro'sBrassBand_TributeToBreckerBrothers"6:19
12."E01_WithoutEricTrumpet_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Decisive Battle)3:15
Total length:41:36

Evangelion Wind Symphony No.2[edit]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu.

Track listing: Evangelion Wind Symphony No.2
No.TitleVocalsLength
1."E09_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (A Step Forward Into Terror) 2:14
2."E05_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (EVA-00) 2:56
3."E05_Fast_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (The Beast) 2:09
4."B12_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Both of You, Dance Like You Want to Win!) 3:02
5."E13_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Thanatos) 4:46
6."E09_ReMaster_TV_Original" (A Step Forward Into Terror) 1:55
7."E05_ReMaster_TV_Original" (EVA-00) 1:50
8."E05_Fast_ReMaster_TV_Original" (The Beast) 1:41
9."E09_YouichiMurata_Session" (A Step Forward Into Terror) 3:24
10."F02_Take01_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Jikai Yokoku) 2:14
11."F02_Take02_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Jikai Yokoku) 2:15
12."SuperSaxPlaysEVA_TributeToSuperSax"Yoko Takahashi8:05
13."F02_ReMaster_TV_Original" (Jikai Yokoku) 0:36
14."B12_ForPianoPlayback_EWS_Amano&Kosei" (Both of You, Dance Like You Want to Win!) 3:01
Total length:40:08

Evangelion PianoForte #1[edit]

It was released under the King Record's label Starchild with catalog number KICA-3216 on October 23, 2013.

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu.

Track listing: Evangelion PianoForte #1
No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."E01_matsumoto" (Decisive Battle)  2:21
2."B20_kuriya" (Rei II)  3:29
3."B01_miyagi" (Hedgehog's Dilemma)  3:02
4."E13_kita" (Thanatos)  4:43
5."M10_nakanishi_arianne" (Komm, süsser Tod)Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiArianne Schreiber7:47
6."EM21_matsumoto" (Angel of Doom)  3:52
7."KK_A09_miyagi" (Angel Attack III)  2:46
8."KK_A08_miyagi" (Angel's arrival - quiet and eerie)  2:56
9."KK_A09_alterna_kuriya" (Angel Attack III)  1:51
10."E16_shima" (The Beast II)  3:21
11."Quatre Mains_miyagi_kita"  2:21
12."E05_yamashita" (EVA-00)  4:25
13."M11_shionoya_arianne" (Everything you've ever dreamed)Anno, WyzgowskiArianne7:01
14."A01_yamashita_take1" (Rei I)  4:21
15."Quatre Mains_tribute to Rachmaninov_kita"  4:05
16."E05_sasaji" (EVA-00)  6:58
17."A01_clone_miyagi" (Rei I)  3:07
18."F02_miyagi" (Jikai Yokoku)  0:35
Total length:69:41

The world! Evangelion Jazz night =The Tokyo III Jazz club=[edit]

It was released under the King Record's label Starchild with catalog number KICA-3219 on December 24, 2014.

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu.

Track listing: The world! Evangelion Jazz night =The Tokyo III Jazz club=
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."Welcome to the Tokyo III jazz club" (Misato〜Jikai Yokoku)Mike Wyzgowski
Shirō Sagisu
 Ian Michael G Pitter
Lorrain Briscoe aka Loren
Evette Briscoe
Paul Lee
Yoko Takahashi
6:34
2."Swinging A1" (Rei I)   5:15
3."Come sweet death, second impact" (Komm, süsser Tod)Megumi Hayashibara Hayashibara7:13
4."Barefoot in the club"   5:24
5."A Medley: 'Milestones' and 'The Final Decision We All Must Take'"   6:17
6."Emptiness, interlude"   2:06
7."Emptiness, the longest"   6:28
8."Dilemmatic triangle opera"Wyzgowski
Hayashibara
 Hayashibara5:43
9."A9, mellow slow-jam" (Angel Attack III)   9:15
10."Theme Q, suppa-duppa!"   4:58
11."The Image of black me"Hayashibara Hayashibara
Loren
7:22
12."Weekend, the outro"Wyzgowski
Sagisu
 Ian
Loren
Evette
Paul
Catherine Bott
Deborah Miles-Johnson
Andrew Busher
Michael George
1:56
13."Fly me to the moon" Bart HowardIan (MC)7:25
Total length:75:56

ShiroSAGISU OUTTAKES FROM EVANGELION (VOl.1)[edit]

It was released under the King Record with catalog number KICA-3262 on July 30, 2016.

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu.

Track listing: ShiroSAGISU OUTTAKES FROM EVANGELION (VOl.1)
No.TitleLyricsVocalsLength
1."M11 re-arrange and re-mix" (Everything you've ever dreamed)Hideaki Anno, Mike WyzgowskiArianne Schreiber6:31
2."M3 complet" (The Flow of Emptiness)  7:03
3."Emptiness and more melody"  3:18
4."Londonderry orchestra+piano"  4:40
5."M5 mix again" (Tragic Choral Music (religious))  3:45
6."E13 nineteen years after mix" (Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours-)MashLoren & Mash7:00
7."EM21 no choir" (Angel of Doom)  3:49
8."0902 no choir" (The Final Decision We All Must Take)  4:13
9."0948 no choir" (In My Spirit)  3:14
10."Nu02 no choir" (Carnage)  3:26
11."C17 rough demo" (Gods Message)  3:13
12."C16 rough demo" (Dark Defender)  2:55
13."C15 rough demo" (The Anthem)  3:11
14."SS101 alterna02" (L'Apôtre de la Lune)  2:16
15."1120 rough demo" (Gods Gift)  3:25
16."Armageddon proto type"  3:35
17."1155 twenty-five degrees of frost" (Scarred and Battled)  4:40
18."A4 arpa" (Borderline Case)  1:41
19."Auld Lang Syne from the animators"  5:25
20."F02 TV 15sec alterna jazzy" (Jikai Yokoku)  0:19
21."F02 choir+boys" (Jikai Yokoku)  1:06
Total length:78:55

Live albums[edit]

Evangelion Symphony[edit]

Evangelion Symphony (エヴァンゲリオン交響楽, Evangerion Kōkyōgaku) is an orchestral live album featuring music from the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion. It was recorded at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall in 1997.[58]

It was released on December 22, 1997 with the catalog number KICA-390/1 on King Records' label Starchild Records. Shirō Sagisu created and produced the music.[59] It also peaked at rank 34 in the Oricon charts, managing to make a total of six consecutive appearances.[60]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless noted otherwise.

Track listing: Evangelion Symphony (CD1)
No.TitleMusicVocalsLength
1."Fourth Movement from Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 'Choral'" (Excerpt)"Ludwig van Beethoven 8:08
2."TOKYO-3" (C-7)  3:39
3."EVA-01" (E-3)  3:41
4."MC-1" Miki Nagasawa, Megumi Ogata, Yuko Miyamura4:36
5."NERV" (A-3)  2:48
6."Decisive Battle" (E-1)  2:24
7."EVA-00" (E-5)  1:45
8."A Step Forward Into Terror" (E-9)  2:13
9."Rei I" (A-1)  3:38
10."Ritsuko" (C-5)  2:10
11."Rei II"  3:35
12."MC-2" Miki Nagasawa, Yuriko Yamaguchi3:21
13."I. SHINJI" (A-6)  7:15
Total length:49:20
Track listing: Evangelion Symphony (CD2)
No.TitleLyricsMusicVocalsLength
1."'Prelude' from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV. 1007" Johann Sebastian Bach 2:50
2."'Gavotte' from Partita for Solo Violin No. 3 in E Major, BWV. 1006" Bach 3:28
3."Canon and Gigue in D Major: String Quintet" Johann Pachelbel 4:03
4."Canon and Gigue in D Major: String Quintet & Rap" Pachelbel, Shirō SagisuMALI5:40
5."Canon and Gigue in D Major: Orchestra" Pachelbel 6:00
6."Thanatos" (E-13)   4:42
7."MC-3"  Yuko Miyamura, Yuriko Yamaguchi3:37
8."Borderline Case" (A-4)   3:29
9."Mother Is the First Other" (A-10)   2:34
10."Fly Me to the Moon"Bart HowardHowardCarroll Thompson, Lorrain Briscoe9:52
11."MC-4"  Megumi Hayashibara, Kotono Mitsuishi3:57
12."'Hallelujah from 'Messiah'" George Frideric Handel 5:38
13."Untitled (Encore track)"   11:12
Total length:67:07

Shin Godzilla vs Evangelion Symphony[edit]

All music is composed by Shirō Sagisu unless noted otherwise.

Track listing: Shin Godzilla vs Evangelion Symphony (CD1)
No.TitleMusicVocalsLength
1."Persecution of the Masses (1172)"  5:36
2."メドレー Contre Les Agressions(EM04A)~Showdown(EM05_A)"  4:22
3."Angel of Doom (EM21)"  3:47
4."メドレー Les Bêtes(EM05_B~2EM29_ E5)~Instabilite' orchestre(KK_A08)"  8:29
5."メドレー 11174_rhythm~Black Angels(Fob_10_1211)"  4:18
6."タバ作戦 (Fob_ 01)"  7:21
7."Defeat is no option (1197)"  4:17
8."Who will know OST" Yoko Takahashi3:26
9."おまけメドレー Early Morning from Tokyo~EM20_alterna01~EM20_alterna03~EM20_alterna04"  4:49
10."伊福部昭トリビュート その1 ゴジラ上陸~ゴジラ復活す~ゴジラ登場" (Music from Godzilla, King Kong vs. Godzilla and Terror of Mechagodzilla)Akira Ifukube 6:51
Total length:53:21
Track listing: Shin Godzilla vs Evangelion Symphony (CD2)
No.TitleMusicVocalsLength
1."The Final Decision We All Must Take (0902)"  4:25
2."メドレー Cruel Dilemme (EM09A)~Des Cordes(KK_C01)"  5:21
3."メドレー Gods Message(C17)~Dark Defender(C16)~The Anthem(C15)"  8:40
4."メドレー It will mean Victory(SD2_ 01)~The Wrath of God in All its Fury(Nu09)"  6:22
5."Under a Burning Sky (11174)"  2:41
6."終局 (Omni_00)"  3:45
7."メドレー Sin From Genesis E16〜EM20~EM10_Q~EM20"  8:46
8."伊福部昭トリビュート その2 宇宙大戦争~ゴジラ・タイトル" (Music from Battle in Outer Space and Godzilla)Akira Ifukube 6:30
9."Who will know - furusato" Yoko Takahashi4:15
10."残酷な天使のテーゼ~MISATO~次回予告 F02~次回予告 F02(アンコール)" Yoko Takahashi12:13
Total length:1:03:03

Studio albums[edit]

Evangelion Classic 1 - Beethoven: Symphony No.9 "Choral"[edit]

Evangelion Classic 1 - Beethoven: Symphony No.9 "Choral" (Japanese: エヴァンゲリオン・クラシック➀ ベートーヴェン◎交響曲 第9番 ニ短調 作品125 「合唱つき」, Hepburn: Evangerion Kurasikku 1 - Bētōben: Kōkyōkyokudai dai kyū-ban ni tanchō sakuhin hyakunijūgo 'Gasshō-tsuki') is a CD album containing a recording of Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, as conducted by Alexander Rahbari. The fourth movement was used in the 24th episode of the series, and was previously released on Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition. It was released on October 22, 1997 by King Records, with the catalog number KICC-231.[61]

Track listing: Evangelion Classic 1 - Beethoven: Symphony No.9 "Choral"'
No.TitleLength
1."1st Movement: Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso"15:56
2."2nd Movement: Molto vivace"17:14
3."3rd Movement: Adagio molto e cantabile"10:56
4."4th Movement: Presto"23:04
Total length:66:30

Evangelion Classic 2 - Verdi: Requiem[edit]

Evangelion Classic 2 - Verdi: Requiem (Japanese: エヴァンゲリオン・クラシック➁ ヴェルディ◎レクイエム, Hepburn: Evangerion Kurasikku 2 - Verudi: Rekuiemu) is a double-CD set containing a recording of Messa da Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi, as conducted by Alexander Rahbari. The "Dies irae" was used in the trailers for Evangelion: Death and Rebirth, and was previously released on Evangelion:Death. It was released on October 22, 1997 by King Records with the catalog number KICC-232.[62]

Track listing

Track listing: Evangelion Classic 2 - Verdi: Requiem (CD1)
No.TitleLength
1."Requiem"7:37
2."Dies irae"37:07
Total length:44:44
Track listing: Evangelion Classic 2 - Verdi: Requiem (CD2)
No.TitleLength
1."Offertorium"10:44
2."Sanctus"2:49
3."Agnus Dei"4:53
4."Lux aeterna"5:55
5."Libera me"13:04
Total length:36:05

Evangelion Classic 3 - George Frideric Händel: Messiah (Complete)[edit]

Evangelion Classic 3 - George Frideric Händel: Messiah (Complete) (Japanese: エヴァンゲリオン・クラシック➂ ヘンデル◎オラトリオ「メサイア」全曲, Hepburn: Evangerion Kurasikku 3 - Handeru: Oratorio 'Mesaia' Zenkyoku) is a soundtrack album released on October 22, 1997 by King Records. It features pieces originally composed by George Frideric Handel, as conducted by Johannes Somary. The Hallelujah chorus and the concluding piece, "CHORUS: Worthy is the Lamb...Amen" were used in the 22nd episode of the series, and were previously released on Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition. It was released as two CDs with the catalog number KICC-234 and peak ranked 96 in the Oricon charts, making only one appearance.[63][64]

Track listing: Evangelion Classic 3 - George Frideric Händel: Messiah (Complete) (CD1)
No.TitleLength
1."Sinfonia"3:07
2."RECITATIVE-TENOR: Comfort ye my people"3:49
3."AIR-TENOR: Ev'ry valley shall be exalted"3:57
4."CHORUS: And the glory, the glory of the Lord"2:38
5."RECITATIVE-BASS: Thus sait the Lord"1:30
6."AIR-BASS: But who may abide"4:38
7."CHORUS: And He shall purify"2:52
8."RECITATIVE-ALTO: Behold, a virgin shall conceive"0:31
9."AIR-ALTO & CHORUS: O thou that tellest"6:15
10."RECITATIVE/BASS: For behold, darkness shall cover the earth"1:38
11."AIR-BASS: The people that walked in darkness"4:25
12."CHORUS: For unto us a child is born"4:14
13."PIFA: Pastoral Symphony"3:43
14."RECITATIVES-SOPRANO: There were shepherds; And lo, the Angel of the Lord"0:47
15."RECITATIVE-SOPRANO: And the angel said unto them"0:38
16."RECITATIVE-SOPRANO: And suddenly there was with the angel"0:21
17."CHORUS: Glory to God in the highest"1:40
18."AIR-SOPRANO: Rejoice greatly, o daughter of Zion"5:04
19."RECITATIVE-ALTO: Then shall the eyes of the blind"0:34
20."DUET-ALTO & SOPRANO: And he shall feed his flock"5:47
21."CHORUS: His yoke is easy"2:47
22."CHORUS: Behold the Lamb of God"3:06
23."AIR-ALTO: He was despised"10:55
Total length:74:56
Track listing: Evangelion Classic 3 - George Frideric Händel: Messiah (Complete) (CD2)
No.TitleLength
1."CHORUS: Surely he hath borne our grieves"3:14
2."CHORUS: And with His stripes we are healed"1:39
3."CHORUS: All we like sheep"3:31
4."RECITATIVE-TENOR: All they that see Him"0:46
5."CHORUS: He trusted in God"2:02
6."RECITATIVE-TENOR: Thy rebuke hath broken His heart"1:54
7."AIR-TENOR: Behold, and see if there be any sorrow"1:45
8."RECITATIVE-TENOR: He was cut off out of the land"0:23
9."AIR-TENOR: But thou didst not leave"2:38
10."CHORUS: Lift up your heads"3:14
11."RECITATIVE-TENOR: Unto which of the angels"0:19
12."CHORUS: Let all the angels of God worship Him"1:18
13."AIR-ALTO: Thou art gone up on high"3:19
14."CHORUS: The Lord gave the word"1:08
15."AIR-SOPRANO: How beautiful are the feet"3:02
16."CHORUS: Their sound is gone out"1:14
17."AIR-BASS: Why do the nations?"2:58
18."CHORUS: Let us break their bonds asunder"1:52
19."RECITATIVE-TENOR: He that dwelleth in heaven"0:17
20."AIR-TENOR: Thou shalt break them"2:16
21."CHORUS: Hallelujah"3:37
22."AIR-SOPRANO: I know that my Redeemer liveth"7:18
23."CHORUS: Since by man came death"1:58
24."RECITATIVE-BASS: Behold, I tell you a mystery"0:43
25."AIR-BASS: The trumpet shall sound"8:45
26."RECITATIVE-ALTO: Then shall be brought to pass"0:20
27."DUET-ALTO & TENOR: O death, where is thy sting?"1:11
28."CHORUS: But thanks be to God"2:25
29."AIR-SOPRANO: If God be for us"5:30
30."CHORUS: Worthy is the Lamb...Amen"6:41
Total length:77:17

Evangelion Classic 4 - J.S. Bach: Orchestral Suite No.3 & others[edit]

Evangelion Classic 4 - J.S. Bach: Orchestral Suite No.3 & others (Japanese: エヴァンゲリオン・クラシック➃ バッハ◎管弦楽組曲第3番「アリア」、他, Hepburn: Evangerion Kurasikku 4 - Bahha: Kangengaku kumikyoku dai san-ban 'Aria', hoka) is a compilation CD album containing Johann Sebastian Bach's classical pieces used in Evangelion: Death & Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. It was released on October 22, 1997, produced by King Records with the catalog number KICC 236. The soundtrack was conducted by Vassil Kazandjiev and composed by Bach.[65]

Track listing: Evangelion Classic 4 - J.S. Bach: Orchestral Suite No.3 & others
No.TitlePerformerLength
1."Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007: Prélude"André Navarra2:42
2."Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007: Allemande"   "3:49
3."Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007: Courente"   "2:35
4."Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007: Sarabande"   "2:44
5."Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007: Menuets I and II"   "3:15
6."Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007: Gigue"   "1:46
7."Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006: Prélude"Nejiko Suwa4:20
8."Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006: Loure"   "3:38
9."Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006: Gavotte en rondeau"   "3:02
10."Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006: Menuets I and II"   "3:52
11."Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006: Bourrée"   "1:07
12."Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006: Gigue"   "1:33
13."Orchestral Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV.1068: Ouverture"Sofia Symphony Orchestra3:47
14."Orchestral Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV.1068: Air"     "5:27
15."Orchestral Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV.1068: Gavottes I and II"     "2:41
16."Orchestral Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV.1068: Bourée"     "6:20
17."Orchestral Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV.1068: Gigue"     "2:11
18."Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring: Chorale From Kantata No. 147"Mari Kumamoto3:12
Total length:53:41

Refrain: The Songs Were Inspired by Evangelion[edit]

Refrain: The Songs Were Inspired by Evangelion is an album consisting of songs from and based on the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. Some of the songs are new versions of tracks included on Neon Genesis Evangelion II, Neon Genesis Evangelion III and Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. All songs are performed by Yoko Takahashi (who performed the opening theme for the series as well as other tracks), track 14 being an exception which was recorded on the streets of London by street singers. This album was released by Starchild and produced by Toshiyuki Ohmori, it was released on November 6, 1997.

Track listing: Refrain: The Songs Were Inspired by Evangelion
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangerLength
1."Prologue de Refrain" Toshiyuki OhmoriTony Orly2:17
2."A Cruel Angel's Thesis (Ambivalence mix)"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōToshiyuki Ohmori4:04
3."To the Sky of Hope"Anisu KanōToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori4:51
4."Premonition (Sounds of Reverie mix)"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori4:56
5."Happiness is the smell of Sin (Alter Ego mix)"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori4:30
6."Fly me to the moon (Touched by the Muse mix)"Bart HowardBart HowardToshiyuki Ohmori3:58
7."Forbidden Gene" Tony OrlyTony Orly5:24
8."Love Antique"Mamie D. LeeToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori4:55
9."Heart, return to your origin (Sublimation mix)"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōKosmic Bruise5:48
10."Eternal Embrace (Return to Dew mix)"Neko OikawaYoko TakahashiToshiyuki Ohmori5:23
11."From the dazzling Sea"Anisu KanōToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori5:04
12."Soul's Refrain (Tabris mix)"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori5:30
13."Epilogue de These" Hidetoshi SatōTony Orly6:34
14."Fly me to the moon (On the Street)"Bart HowardBart HowardToshiyuki Ohmori1:29
Total length:64:43

Evangelion Extreme[edit]

It was released under the King Record with catalog number KKICA-2561 on May 22, 2019. All songs are performed by Yoko Takahashi.

Track listing: Evangelion Extreme
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangerLength
1."Red Moon"Yoko TakahashiToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori5:09
2."Pray to the Momentary Sky"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori4:57
3."Monologue of Sorrow"Neko OikawaToshiyuki OhmoriToshiyuki Ohmori4:57
4."A Cruel Angel's Thesis 2009Version"Neko OikawaHidetoshi SatōToshiyuki Ohmori4:28
5."Red Moon off vocal ver."   5:08
Total length:24:39

Games[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression[edit]

Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression is a 1997 video game for the Sega Saturn. It came with an extra mini-CD with four tracks, catalog number 670–10219.[66]

Track listing: Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression
No.TitleVocalsLength
1."Get it on! To Kiss a Doppelganger"Yuko Miyamura3:51
2."You Are Your Own Reason"Kyoko Hikami4:17
3."Get it on! To Kiss a Doppelganger" (Instrumental) 3:50
4."You Are Your Own Reason" (Instrumental) 4:22
Total length:16:20

Release details[edit]

Title Original release date Price Oricon chart peak rank Sales Sales revenue (est.)
Neon Genesis Evangelion December 6, 1995 ¥3,146[67] 12 3,500,000[68] ¥11,219,384,615
Neon Genesis Evangelion II February 16, 1996 ¥3,146[69] 4
Neon Genesis Evangelion III May 22, 1996 ¥3,146[70] 1
Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition December 21, 1996 ¥1,733[71] 5
Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition [Limited Edition] December 21, 1996 ¥1,733[71] 18
Evangelion: Death June 11, 1997 ¥1,543[72] 1
The End of Evangelion September 26, 1997 ¥3,146[73] 3
Evangelion Classical volume 1 - Beethoven October 22, 1997 ¥1,337[74] 81
Evangelion Classical volume 2 - Verdi October 22, 1997 ¥2,571[75] 94
Evangelion Classical volume 3 - Handel October 22, 1997 ¥2,500[76] 96
Refrain the Songs Were Inspired by Evangelion November 6, 1997 ¥3,059[71] 6
Evangelion-VOX December 3, 1997 ¥3,146[77] 10
Evangelion Symphony December 22, 1997 ¥2,913[71] 34
Neon Genesis Evangelion: S² Works December 4, 1998 ¥10,286[78] 38
Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact September 13, 2000 ¥2,057[79] 20 14,500[80] ¥29,826,500
Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami March 30, 2001 ¥2,057[81] 45 15,910[80] ¥32,726,870
Refrain of Evangelion May 26, 2003 ¥2,880[82] 62 8,293[80] ¥23,883,840
Evangelion Classical volume 4 - J.S. Bach November 11, 2003 83
Neon Genesis Evangelion Decade November 26, 2005 24
Music from "Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone" September 25, 2007 28
Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack May 25, 2008 38
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack July 8, 2009 ¥2,880[83] 8 62,317[84] ¥179,472,960
Music from "Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo" November 28, 2012 8
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Original Soundtrack April 24, 2013 999
"A Cruel Angel's Thesis/Fly Me to the Moon" October 25, 1995 ¥1,234[85] 17 662,316[86] ¥817,297,944
"A Cruel Angel's Thesis" October 25, 1995 ¥1,049[87] 27 2,331,000[88] ¥2,445,219,000
"Fly Me to the Moon" October 25, 1995 52
"Refrain of Soul" February 21, 1997 3
"Thanatos If I Can't Be Yours" August 1, 1997 ¥1,234[89] 2 522,770[90] ¥645,098,180
"Beautiful World" August 29, 2007 ¥1,296[91] 3 1,750,000[92] ¥2,268,000,000
"A Cruel Angel's Thesis 2009 VERSION" May 13, 2009 ¥1,234[93] 22 159,750[94] ¥197,131,500
"Beautiful World (Planitb Acoustica Mix)" June 28, 2009 ¥257[95] 999 100,000[96] ¥25,700,000
"Sakura Nagashi" (download) November 17, 2012 ¥500[97] 999 250,000[98] ¥125,000,000
"Sakura Nagashi" (DVD) December 26, 2012 ¥1,100[97] 4[97] 33,058[97] ¥36,363,800
"Evangelion PianoForte #1"[99] October 23, 2013 100[100]
Total sales 9,409,914 ¥18,045,105,209 ($226,156,188)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ A vocal and jazz version of Thanatos from Neon Genesis Evangelion II.
  2. ^ A part of this record is based on Rei III from the Neon Genesis Evangelion II album.
  3. ^ A truncated version of this piece appears on the soundtrack Neon Genesis Evangelion II.
  4. ^ a b From Bach's "Suiten für Violoncello solo Nr. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007 1. Vorspiel."
  5. ^ This version was included on the soundtrack for Evangelion: Death and Rebirth.
  6. ^ This version was included on the soundtrack for The End of Evangelion.
  7. ^ Later included as a track on the 2003 soundtrack Refrain of Evangelion.
  8. ^ From Dvořák's "Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104, B. 191 1. Allegro".
  9. ^ Original song.
  10. ^ A vocal and jazz version of Thanatos from Neon Genesis Evangelion II.
  11. ^ A part of this record is based on Rei III from the Neon Genesis Evangelion II album.

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