As decades continued, Japan saw not only increased popular interest in anime, but record sales of the OSTs associated with them, as well. This may be due to advances in music technology, but it is important to note that many of these soundtracks topped charts, making the composers behind them ironically silent stars of the series and films they worked on. Below are some of the best anime OSTs from the 1980s and the associated artists that contributed to the soundtrack of this decade.
"ARGHHH! I DONT'T feel the love tonight!!!"Haha, nor do I. Anyway, thank you so much for the music! By the way, what is the name of the missing track? I have an old version of the expanded soundtrack (although it doesn't sound the best) and maybe I can help. If it's one of those really rare things, though, maybe not. Thank you!
O...Chief, i'm sorry still couldn't find anything...Some of Russian guys didn't knew about these scores (like guy as 'filmmusic.ru'), maybe others will be lucky..I think LE GRAND PARDON you have just one piece from this compilation: -french-cinema.htmlAnyway i will let you know if i'll find anything...You know also very hard to find SERGE FRANKLIN score from BELMONDO "HOLD UP"...Thanks for the info about releases...Must be e-mule or others couldn't help for this... 2b1af7f3a8