8 BLEACH Soundtracks Now Available on Music Streaming Platforms

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Milan Records have announced that it has released eight full-length soundtracks from the BLEACH anime franchise for the first time ever outside of Japan. All eight albums feature music from accomplished composer Shirou SAGISU that was written for the anime television series and films based on Tite Kubo’s original manga series. They are now available on various music streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube Music. 

The first four albums consist of musical tracks from the original long-running television series. The other four albums feature tracks from the series’ feature-length films: BLEACH: Memories of Nobody, BLEACH: The DiamondDust Rebellion, BLEACH: Fade to Black, and BLEACH: The Hell Verse.

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The release of the soundtracks will commemorate the franchise’s 21st anniversary in anticipation of the release and debut of the final arc of the animated series entitled BLEACH: Thousand-Year Blood War on October 10, 2022. 

Additionally, the anime’s opening theme “Scar,” performed by singer-songwriter Tatsuya Kitani, will be released on October 18, 2022 and previewed in a new teaser trailer for Thousand-Year Blood War. The series will also feature a new rendition of Sagisu’s “Number One – Bankai” from the past anime series. 

Playlist brand Filtr Japan will also be releasing a branded “ANIME ADDICTION: BATTLE MODE!” playlist, which will showcase the release of the BLEACH soundtrack albums. Beginning October 7, listeners can expect a full takeover of the cover and lead tracks of the playlist for a full month. The full playlist is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. 

Source: press release

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William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He also contributes work to the website Yatta Tachi. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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