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Original soundtrack on limited edition colored vinyl
Naota's a bit quirky, but he can still pass for normal. Haruko's totally quirky and she'll never pass for normal. When she runs over Naota with her motorscooter and brains him with a bass guitar, his world doesn't get turned upside down — It gets incredibly weird. There's nothing else in the world like FLCL. This one's going to change your life. Japanese alternative rock band The Pillows composed the score for Volume 2 and 3 of the FLCL soundtrack.
FLCL (pronounced in English as Fooly Cooly) is an original Japanese video animation anime series created and directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki, written by Yoji Enokido, and produced by the FLCL Production Committee, which consisted of Gainax, Production I.G, and King Records.
Decider describes the show as: "On a surface level, the coming-of-age story follows 12-year-old Naota, a boy who has consciously turned off all of his emotions until a manic pink-haired lady riding a Vespa bashes in his head with a guitar, specifically a blue vintage Rickenbacker 4001. That sentence encapsulates perhaps one one-hundredth of the weirdness that is FLCL. Enormous fighting robots routinely emerge from Naota's head; a giant hand appears from an interdimensional portal and threatens to destroy a city; a boxing glove sometimes sporadically emerges from the guitar-loving Haruko's vagina; there's a man who wears seaweed for eyebrows. It's a show that could absolutely not exist as anything other than manga or anime. That's a big reason why this sexually-charged series works."
In 2016 American TV channel Adulst Swim announced it was helping create two more seasons of the Gainax's cult classic series.
|1. Crazy Sunshine|
|2. White Ash|
|5. Natsu No Omoide (B-4) (Summer Memories)|
|6. Blues Drive Monster|
|1. Funny Bunny|
|2. ‘Mamiko’ (Audio Drama)|
|3. ‘Oogiri’ (Audio Drama)|
|4. ‘Harumi’ (Audio Drama)|
|5. High Risk (B-9)|
|1. Weekend (C-4)|
|2. ‘Kamareta.’ (Audio Drama – Bitten.)|
|3. Another Morning|
|1. LAST DINOSAUR|
|2. I Think I Can|