Martian Successor Nadesico Opening “You Get to Burning” & “Dearest” Film Theme Released on Music Streaming Platforms

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King Amusement Creative has announced the release of two theme songs from the Martian Successor Nadesico series on various music streaming platforms through its SONIC BLADE music label. 

The two songs currently streaming include the main opening theme “You Get to Burning” from the Martian Successor Nadesico TV anime series and “Dearest” from The Prince of Darkness anime film. Both tracks are performed by Japanese anisong singer Yumi Matsuzawa

“You Get to Burning” and “Dearest” are also streaming on the 24/7 Anileap anime song live playlist, which can be heard on numerous streaming platforms and on King Amusement Creative’s YouTube channel

Martian Successor Nadesico aired from October 1, 1996 to March 24, 1997 for a total of 26 episodes. It was originally licensed outside of Japan by ADV Films in 1998, before being re-licensed by Nozomi Entertainment in 2011. Crunchyroll is currently streaming the anime series on its service. 

Tatsuo Satou directed the anime series at Xebec, with Shou Aikawa as screenwriter and Takayuki Hattori as music composer. 

The Prince of Darkness anime film was released in Japan in August 1998. Another spinoff OVA based on the anime series within Martian Successor Nadesico titled Gekiganger III was released in February 1998. 

Nozomi Entertainment describes the synopsis of Martian Successor Nadesico as: 

The Earth, its moon and its Martian colonies are under alien attack, but the war against the “Jovian lizards” has, so far, been nothing short of a series of disasters.

Disgusted by the incompetence of Earth’s military, the independent arms manufacturer Nergal builds its own space battleship and plans to launch a desperate offensive to save humanity. But due to a shortage of trained soldiers, they’ve assembled the most unorthodox crew to ever launch into orbit! With a pacifist cook-turned-unwilling mecha pilot and a ditsy admiral’s daughter in command, can this unprecedented gathering of geeks, misfits and anime fans prevail against the Jovian menace?

Source: King Amusement Creative SONIC BLADE Official Twitter

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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