the pillows - FLCL Season 1 Vol. 3 (Original Soundtrack) [2LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. SAD SAD KIDDIE
2. SLEEPY HEAD
3. I THINK I CAN
4. Blues Drive Monster
5. CARNIVAL
6. COME DOWN
7. Crazy Sunshine
8. STALKER
9. NIGHTMARE
10. Funny Bunny
11. BEAUTIFUL MORNING WITH YOU
12. ADVICE
13. RUNNERS HIGH
14. HYBRID RAINBOW
15. LITTLE BUSTERS
16. LAST DINOSAUR
17. RIDE ON SHOOTING STAR

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First released in 2000, the original FLCL is a coming-of-age anime set in the fictional Japanese city of Mabase revolving around an alien detective, Haruko, who seeks the space pirate king, and Naota, a sullen young man facing the tribulations of adolescence. The original series of FLCL was eventually followed by FLCL Progressive and FLCL Alternative, which continued to follow Haruko as she careens through the lives of young people in her ongoing hunt. Two more series of FLCL – FLCL Grunge and FLCL Shoegaze – were recently announced for release in 2023.

Produced by the studios Production I.G. and GAINAX, the FLCL series have become beloved outside of Japan for its unique animation style, robust action sequences, and unforgettable soundtrack. The music to FLCL was composed and performed by the Japanese alternative rock band the pillows. FLCL Season 1 Vol. 3 (Original Soundtrack) contains music by the pillows from the first season of the show. This two LP release includes 17 tracks pressed on colored vinyl housed in a gatefold jacket along with a credit insert.

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