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Cowboy Bebop (Original Series Soundtrack) [Ein Var

Cowboy Bebop (Original Series Soundtrack) (Ein Var - Seatbelts (Vinyl)

Cowboy Bebop (Original Series Soundtrack) (Ein Var - Seatbelts (Vinyl)

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Not just for weebs!

I mean, Cowboy Bebop IS the series that convinced me anime could be taken seriously as a rule rather than goofy throwaways that accidently was good on occasion. No doubt this is because the creators took this seriously, including the music the made for the show. Tank! Is one of the best pieces of jazz to come out in the past 30 years regardless of source. The rest of the soundtrack ranges from solid to very good save one. And that failure was the only song not written for the show. I read that this was groundbreaking for the time as the vast majority of anime series used hokey j-pop drivel whether it fit the content of the show or bot. So like I said, they took this serious.