ataraxia2 - 久遠に浮かべた祈りの詩 -

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ataraxia2 -久遠に浮かべた祈りの詩-

album cover

Album by kimino-museum (君の美術館)
Released

2013-05-26 (Reitaisai 10)

Tracks

8

Length

33:13

Catalog No.

MUSE-0020

Genre

Vocal, Rock

Website

Link

MUSE-0020 banner.jpg

ataraxia2 -久遠に浮かべた祈りの詩- is a doujin album by kimino-museum (君の美術館) released on 2013-05-26 (Reitaisai 10). It features vocal arrangements of themes from Phantasmagoria of Dim.Dream, Perfect Cherry Blossom, Immaterial and Missing Power, Imperishable Night, Shoot the Bullet, Mountain of Faith and Perfect Memento in Strict Sense.

The album is a sequel to ataraxia - 願うは儚き幻想の - and features all new material with the exception of 2 tracks released on EPs for ataraxia2 ( EP1, EP2), and 上白沢慧音の随想 which was originally released in 2011 by Diverse System on the album thE2. The album also features more vocal tracks by fi-fy and 723 than previous releases as a result of vocalist Cherose's departure from the group. It is notable for being the only Touhou arrangement album released by the circle that lyricist 黒岩サトシ contributes vocals to.

Staff

Arrangement
fanfan.
Sassy
PHEVOTT
Lyrics
黒岩サトシ
黒岩ナツミ
Vocals
黒岩サトシ
fi-fy
723
Production & Design
fanfan.
Illustration
スギ (sugilight)
Guitar
Jhojia
Sassy
Guitar, Piano, Accordion
PHEVOTT
Synthesizer
Azu♪
Bass
fanfan.
Drums
Tymizz
Mix & Mastering
fanfan.
Recording Studio
Studio Arte

Tracks

Review

kimino-museum has had a focus on compelling vocals and duets since their earliest work, but this album really stands out in their discography for having some incredible vocals. fanfan. & PHEVOTT's involvement with Arte Refact/Studio Arte has a noticeable impact on the production and helps to really bring out the potential in fi-fy and 723's duets, it also makes the bands performance sound much more crisp than previous releases. The on point instrumental performance combined with the intertwining and overlapping vocals make this an album I would recommend to anyone, not just fans of Touhou or Doujin music. Ycdtosa (talk) 02:28, 23 January 2016 (UTC)