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Kalafina is a Japanese neoclassical pop group produced by composer Yuki Kajiura under Sony Music Associated Records Inc., best known for performing all seven theme songs for the Kara no Kyoukai animated movie series and the ending themes to the Madoka Magica animated series and movies. Established in late 2007, Kalafina consists of Wakana Ootaki (大滝若菜 · FictionJunction WAKANA), Keiko Kubota (窪田啓子 · FictionJunction KEIKO), and Hikaru Masai (政井光). At that time, Wakana and Keiko were already involved in Yuki Kajiura's FictionJunction… read more

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  • New live album sounds good so far, not done with it yet though. Sadly the last quarter is pretty mediocre tracklist wise.
  • Yay for 8th anniversary~ [3]
  • Yay for 8th anniversary~ [2]
  • Yay for 8th anniversary~
  • Same setlist except Symphonia as the final song. I think I can die happy now, that was one of the best live performances I have ever seen in my life. So amazing.
  • I can practically feel the sarcasm dripping off your post, nDroae. Anyway, setlist for the first gig of the tour is out and I'm hoping it's the same when I see them in a couple weeks time. Koibito and In Every Nothing both included is something I very much hope stays the same.
  • I can understand what you're saying and, true enough, Usumurasaki is one of those songs of theirs that seems to go nowhere, aside from the arrangement showing some sort of build-up (although I don't quite agree with Tsuioku on this one). That's precisely the reason that prevents me from loving it: I can feel something is lacking and it's almost like Kajiura was being lazy (again, IMO, she was lazy with all new songs, but oh well).
  • That's true, but my scrobbles for Kalafina are misleading. You'll notice like all of Consolation have 40-80 scrobbles and there's a couple reasons for it, but I won't bore you with details. In actuality my favorite album is Seventh Heaven. I can understand someone calling Mirai terrible, it's not wildly creative and it's also another type of song they've now rehashed many times too. I do enjoy it, but, again, I know I'm in the minority for that song too.
  • v Fascinating... I see that your #7 most played Kalafina track (with 47 scrobbles) is Mirai, which Seasonreaper keeps saying is "terrible." I wonder who's right! I'm glad that I can't pretend to have good discernment in music and that I'm not a Kalafina fan. Knowing which songs are good seems to be a truly herculean feat in their case, best left to demigods who have the clarity of aural sight to distinguish the lovely from the cancerous.
  • Good album, but disappointing from them. I'm one of the few that doesn't care for Usumurasaki: it's totally B-side material. I wouldn't be shocked if the same people who love that song also love In Everything Nothing, Koibito No..., and Tsuioku. I don't really enjoy those "moody" tracks that go nowhere. It's still better than all the A-sides included on the album, but it doesn't live up to the hype for me.

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