Category Archives: Theme Songs

GOATBED has new songs and albums on the way this summer

New wave band GOATBED, a side project of Shuuji Ishii and Takei Makoto ex. caliā‰ gari, who just released their first CD of 2013 in March, titled "Dreamon Dreamer", announced another new album to be released this Summer titled Ying & Yang.

GOATBED will also participate in "DMMd period – DRAMAtical Murder re:connect soundtrack" contributing four songs to project. It releases on June 12th, 2013.

X-Japan’s Yoshiki Records Golden Globe Awards Theme Song

The latest Golden Globe Awards theme song will hit iTunes for the first time this year. To mark the event’s 70th anniversary, Japanese star and classically-trained multi-instrumentalist Yoshiki composed and recorded a song that will open the show and appear throughout the Jan. 13 broadcast.

Yoshiki, who’s also in the hit rock group X-Japan, played many of the instruments himself before adding a full string orchestra to the piece. He said he tried to come up with something beautiful, but also edgy and festive for the occasion.

“It’s such an honor to be a part of this esteemed event which is enjoyed by hundreds of millions around the world,” said Yoshiki. “Composing this music was a journey that involved creating numerous versions in order to arrive at just the right sound to capture the unique combination of glamour and edginess that makes the Golden Globe Awards so entertaining.”

On Jan. 15, the theme song will be available on iTunes, with all profits going to charity.

“Surely Someday” New Song by Miho Fukuhara for Nintendo 3DS Game

Miho Fukuhara has a new song, “Surely Someday”, done for an upcoming Nintendo 3DS game. “Surely Someday” is written by Miho Fukuhara and composed by Tomohito Nishiura.

The new game is “Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies” and will be released February 28th. It is the 6th entry in the puzzle game series “Profesor Layton”. The game follows Professor Layton around the world as he investigates a “living mummy” and the mystery behind the Azran civilization.