Each title of third to ninth CD includes a letter of Rozen Maidens.
東方月燈籠 (1st Doll 水銀燈)
東方永雀峰 (2nd Doll 金糸雀)
東方萃翠酒酔 (3rd Doll 翠星石)
東方河想狗蒼池 (4th Doll 蒼星石)
東方真華神祭 (5th Doll 真紅)
東方想幽森雛 (6th Doll 雛苺)
東方氷雪歌集 (7th Doll 雪華綺晶)
And it's possible that the 2nd album "東方乙女囃子" means naming after the Rozen Maiden 薔薇乙女 up here.
Thank you for finally sticking the discography on this page. I never understood why it wasn't (other than to avoid redundancy) TheWP 13:13, January 21, 2010 (UTC)
Was this album really released? I haven't seen any information on it, and the song list would normally at least be floating around for a released album. TheWP 15:41, September 15, 2010 (UTC)
- Look at this site. This contains instrumental tracks of song available at Joysound, which is famous for touhou lovers as the karaoke system delivering many doujin songs. Yes, that album is very precious because it's the first disk including tracks released after 東方氷雪歌集. --masuo64 Talk 16:14, September 15, 2010 (UTC)
- Well, I was writing a bunch of questions, but it seems you very quickly made a page for the album. So this album is just a karaoke album of their older songs, then? I wonder why Captain Murasa's Assanchor has "(soft)" at the end. I wonder if it sounds different. Thanks TheWP 20:32, September 15, 2010 (UTC)
- Yes, that is a karaoke album. And why (soft) is added is because the song was fixed a little; it would have been otherwise rejected by karaoke system. It sometimes turns down a vulgar song, and the original version of it is quite so, like ケツ or ちんちん... Well, anyway, I'm happy to be of help. --masuo64 Talk 06:28, September 16, 2010 (UTC)
A handful of albums have come out since this was last updated. If someone who knows could update, that'd be fantastic. Wikifixer 08:12, 28 July 2011 (UTC)