Huzzah: Two JAM Project and Yousei Teikoku albums head to iTunes


Let's begin the new year with some digital music

As Lantis Festival gets ready to take Las Vegas by storm, JAM Project's albums, Best Collection X - X Cures Earth and Thumb Rise Again, have hit iTunes recently, which might keep people entertained until they get to see the anisong band live soon. Since "Isshoku Sokuhatsu ~ Trigger of Crisis" and "Platonic" are included in the release, this means that I can own two songs from Garo: The One who Shines in the Darkness. Also, having the opportunity to own "Wings of Legend" from 2nd Super Robot Wars OG is good too.

Other than that, Yousei Teikoku's PAX VESANIA and gothic lolita agitator tracks entered the iTunes store. While I'm not too familiar with the gothic rock band's music, it's cool to see that Future Diary's opening, "Kuusou Mesorogiri," and The Qwaser of Stigmata's second intro theme, "Baptize," present in the release.

At the moment, JAM Project and Yousei Teikoku's new iTunes releases are only available in the U.S. store. Hopefully, that'll chance down the road, since it would be nice for people who live outside of the area to own these albums digitally as well. One thing for sure, these releases might get people pumped up for the two group's live concerts that'll take place in the Lantis Festival. Before I forget, "Starting Style!!" by All Lantis is available as well.

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