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1st Ending song of Outlaw Star
Akino Arai – Hiru no Tsuki
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Gene Starwind is a jack-of-all-trades responsible for odd jobs and bounty hunting with his partner, Jim Hawking.
Stuck on a rundown planet, he’s going nowhere fast.
But when a bodyguard job goes sideways, he finds himself the proud owner of the Outlaw Star and on an adventure to find the mysterious Galactic Leyline.
Facing pirates and dangers galore, can he survive the journey through space?
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I saw the first episode again the other day, when I saw the ending theme, I thought that making a post about it was a good idea.
The 1st and 2nd ending themes for Outlaw Star featured art and music that did not really seem to relate to the show itself that much.
Years ago, my former classmate DH and I both liked both ending themes for this show (possibly better than the show itself).
My former classmate DH even had the song Hiru No Tsuki by Akino Arai from the 1st ending theme, and maybe the song Tsuki No Le by Akino Arai from the 2nd ending theme in his music collection many years ago.
That is how I got both songs again years ago.
There is just something about both of those ending themes that I can not describe when the music is combined with that strange fantasy science fiction-like art.
They both bring back a hint of feelings that I can not describe, and a hint of memories that I can not quite remember.
The 1st ending theme sounds a bit like a lullaby, and it brings back a hint of some feelings and memories from maybe my childhood.
The 2nd ending theme sounds a bit more fantasy-like, and it brings back a hint of some fantasy-related feelings and memories from my childhood.
- John Jr