MYTH & ROID - eYe's

YMLTA: MYTH & ROID – eYe’s

For this You Might Like This Album, here is the very first album from MYTH & ROID. If you have watched Overlord or Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World, or even more obscure anime such as Bubuki/Buranki (BBK/BRNK) or Youjo Senki (Saga of Tanya the Evil), then you will have heard them. Consisting of vocalist Mayu and producer Tom-H@ck (who has songwriting credits for many K-ON! and Sword Art [ . . . ]

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Soundtrack

YMLTA: Final Fantasy Record Keeper OST

For this month’s You May Like This Album, it is another video game soundtrack, but this one is more of a remix and rearrangement album. This album is the soundtrack for mobile game Final Fantasy Record Keeper. In this game, you venture onto various worlds and “Realms” that are taken from other Final Fantasy games. You also will get bonus party members from various other Final Fantasy games, and everything [ . . . ]

Stardew Valley Original Soundtrack

YMLTA: Stardew Valley Soundtrack

For this month’s You May Like This Album, here is something a bit different: the Stardew Valley Original Soundtrack by ConcernedApe (Eric Barone) Calm and Quaint Score This soundtrack is light and relaxing. There are no giant orchestras or vocal songs usually seen on modern games. For those of us who grew up in the 8-bit and 16-bit generation of games, this soundtrack feel will feel nostalgic. I enjoyed on [ . . . ]

YMLTA: QUADRA Single Collection 95​-​07

On this month’s You May Like This Album, I present the Quadra Complete Selection 95-07 / Single Collection (2016 Remaster), a pure electronic instrumental and techno album from QUADRA, also known as Hiroshi Watanabe. Hiroshi Watanabe, a prolific DJ, remixer, composer, and overall awesome musician, has had many aliases you probably have recognized in video game and anime: QUADRA, NITE SYSTEM, DJ FX, Crunky Boy, DJ Mazinger, DEEP EMOTION, DJ [ . . . ]

BERNIS - The stars my destination

YMLTA: Bernis – The stars my destination

For this month’s You May Like This Album, I present a Vocaloid album: The stars my destination by BERNIS (aka Jizel). This soothing, uplifting trance album that utilizes Hatsune Miku is one that will brighten your day or night. Miku’s voice is not harsh, and all the words flow and compliment well with the music. It is very melodious, with great compositions and mixing that does not sound like indie work at [ . . . ]

Tales of Orchestra Concert Album cover image

YMLTA: Tales of Orchestra Concert Album

Video game melodies performed by a professional orchestra? Yes, they do exist, and it is as grand as you think. Ahh to hear more video game melodies done in the classiest way: with a full orchestra! Grand and beautiful, and with nostalgia to boot! And for this article on You May Like This Album I present: Tales of Orchestra Concert Album: Orchestra Music from Video Games? Many video game music [ . . . ]

Xenoblade Chronicles X OST

YMLTA: Xenoblade Chronicles X Original Soundtrack

With the upcoming English release of Xenoblade Chronicles X on the Nintendo Wii U, I would like to showcase and present the complete original soundtrack for the game, composed by Hiroyuki Sawano. Known for his dramatic soundtracks which utilize electronica, rock, and orchestra to blend into his own unique style, this album is his first major video game soundtrack after doing famous Japanese Drama soundtracks and anime soundtracks. This 4-disc [ . . . ]

nano - nanoir

YMLTA: nano – nanoir

Here is the second of the series “You May Like This Album” now with our second choice: nanoir by former Utaite Japanese and English singer nano. This album is her first major release album, which consists of re-arrangements of songs originally done with Vocaloids. Some of these songs are sung partially or fully in English, as nano was raised in New York City before debuting in Japan. Here is an [ . . . ]

Ai Otsuka Love Tricky

YMLTA: Ai Otsuka – Love Tricky

Here is the first type of article I would like to call “You May Like This Album” which is a series of music albums that I like and bought in Hi-Res (or at least in CD-Resolution downloads or on Physical CDs) and would like to recommend. Let’s start this article series with the 2015 album Love Tricky by Ai Otsuka, which is her seventh studio album, second album after her [ . . . ]