Shuuketsu no Sono e
Shuuketsu no Sone e ~AYANAMI ver.~
Shuuketsu no Sono e (Off Vocal Version)
Shuuketsu no Sono e ~AYANAMI ver.~ (Off Vocal Version)
1. Shuuketsu no Sono e
It’s interesting when you begin the song with some chanting before getting into a anime-ish song. It actually sounds different from her past two singles to make it stand out and the music sounds like something from the 90’s and I liked that throwback quite a lot. It’ll take a bit of time to decide if this is better than “Plenty of grit” but I think it just might be.
2. Shuuketsu no Sono e ~AYANAMI ver.~
So if people remember, Megumi Hayashibara is a seiyuu and one of her more famous roles was voicing AYANAMI in the famous anime “Evangelion”. Returning to her speaking role/singing, the other version of Shuuketsu no Sono e tones the energy down immensely and leaves the synths, piano, and the beats. It’s a bit different for a character version of an A-side, but I think it did its job and I like Megumi’s light, almost whispering vocals.
Ending off the “CHOICE” era, Shuuketsu no Sono e might be a little less better than “Plenty of grit/Revolution in the way that the AYANAMI ver. of the song wasn’t too important to remember, but the main song is definitely better sounding and clear cut. Good single overall.