Megumi Hayashibara launches its collection of successes in Spotify and other platforms

Megumi Hayashibara launches its collection of successes in Spotify and other platforms

There are many anime voice actresses, but there is only one Meggumi Hayashibara. After her debut in 1986, Hayashibara has been working in the industry without stopping and with an unstoppable increase in the popularity of her, currently captivating the spectators of Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Thrice Upon A Time as the voice of Rei Ayanami Moreover, she since 1991 she has also provided opening and closing topics for several of the series she stars.

Megumi Hayashibara launches its collection of successes in Spotify and other platforms

On March 30 was the birthday of Megumi Hayashibara, and with this year marking the thirtieth anniversary of his debut as a professional singer, he decided to celebrate announcing that he put his music catalog available in multiple online music streaming services. The collection includes its fourteen albums, from Half and, Half (released in 1991) to Fifty ~ Fifty (2018), in addition to its 41 singles launched between "Nijiiro No Sneaker" (1991) and "Imawa No Shinigami" (2017) and Several collector albums.

The selection covered by decades includes a series of successful franchise topics such as Slayers, Shaman King, Blue Seed and even Neon Genesis Evangelion, since the "Rei Ayanami versions" of Hayashiba Jazz style of "ZANKOKU NA TENSHI NO THESIS (A Cruel Angel's Thesis) "And" Fly Me To The Moon "are part of its seventh album, Bertemu. The Hayashhiba catalog is available for streaming now at Apple Music, Spotify, Line Music, Amazon Music, Awa, Kkbox, Remusic and D Hits, with links to each of these services in this link.

Source: Music Natalie

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