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This album truly was a "consolation"!

"Seventh Heaven" is one of my favorite Japanese albums of all time, so of course I had high expectations for "Red Moon." No such luck there; Kalafina's sophomore album fell far short of the perfection that was their first and never quite grew on me much as a whole, though there were bits and pieces that I liked. I never got a chance to listen to "After Eden" because for some reason it's not available on iTunes US, so naturally after one relative disappointment and one complete mystery, I was hesitant about "Consolation." That hesitation proved to be totally unfounded, and this is one of my favorite 2013 albums so far. Some tracks I like more than others, of course, but there is not a single dud on the album. "Consolation" and "Signal" in particular are basically perfect. There are very few groups out there that are vocally superior to Kalafina, and I'm SO glad to see that they've hit their optimum music-making stride once again. I highly, highly recommend this album to anyone who appreciates chamber pop with beautiful vocal harmony.

Awesome song

When this song came out on my favorite anime fate Zero I fell in love with the song

Best singer in existense

By god kalafina has such a beautiful voice, and i love her songs, it took me a bit to figure out yuki kajuria does some of kalafinas songs as well which is just as amazing, mirai is by far my favorite


Formed: 2007 in Japan

Genre: Anime

Years Active: '00s

The driving force behind Kalafina is anime soundtrack composer Yuki Kajiura, who picked several talented (and beautiful) female singers to perform her dance-pop and operatic pop tunes. Kalafina were initially tied to the anime adaptation of the Kara No Kyoukai novels, with which Kajiura was involved around 2008, when she invited Wakana Ootaki and Keiko Kubota from FictionJunction to sing the themes from the series. The idea caught on, as the debut single "Oblivious" released by Kalafina in 2008 charted...
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