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Anime Remix: Remix Detail - Corsican Trance Disco Ninjas
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Corsican Trance Disco Ninjas

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by: Ghetto Lee Lewis


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The name of this song shouldn't fool you - there are no Corsican Trance Disco Ninjas in Noir.  I've since looked for them throughout the anime, and I have yet to see them.  Perhaps it's in the ova.  Nonetheless, this is a great song.  I love the synths and flute that he uses.  The mastering in this song has a good clean full sound, even on bad headphones.  It's evident that he spent a great deal mastering this piece.

Great job GLL.

In all honesty, it has been a while since I've seen Noir - one thing I remember is the soundtrack being amazing.  If you haven't listened to this soundtrack, I highly recommend you do so.  This remix stands up to the high quality of the original soundtrack.  I know some people mentioned having a noir project a while back simply because of the great soundtrack.  GLL did a great job on this piece, If you are a big fan of trance (like me) I highly recommend this song.

Anime Information
 
Noir (TV)
ノワール
ann | imdb | anidb
  • Episodes: 26
  • Time: 24 minutes
  • Age: Teenagers (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity)
  •     Mireille Bouquet is a professional assassin, and a very good one at that. But when she follows up an e-mail from a young Japanese girl named Yumura Kirika, inviting her to take "a pilgrimage to the past", her life becomes even more dangerous than it already is. Now, with a haunting melody invoking the memory of an event long past, Mireille and Kirika decide to work together to find the truth about a thousand year old organization that has controlled both of their lives since before they were born. And the only clue in their search, the only thing Kirika remembers about herself, becomes their working codename: a name designating an ancient fate, of two maidens who reign over death--Noir.