Tue, 27 Jul 1999 13:51:36 +1200
> Those are the only two CDs on which I've seen it, so if there's a third
> instance it's not in my collection.
Was it a Gundam CD at all? The only other CDs I recall it on is a live
version on 'TMN Colusseum II' [sic], and the expanded version on
'Caroll, a day in a girls life' (which by the way is recommended
> It's worth noting that Gundam Odyssey is also a King/Star Child release
> (KICA-57~58), so the fact that CCA was an Epic/Sony release doesn't seem to
> be a factor.
Since Odyssey wsa released in conjucntion with F91, it was a HUGE event
for Gundam at the time, and Sony probably let Starchild/King use the
track. It's not uncommon practice to do that, and they probably made a
bundle out of it. I remember all the hype in all those Animge and
Newtype magazines of the time.
As for CCA being recorded under Sony, bear in mind that CCA, was a
theatrical realease, and so Emotion may have had a contract with Sony.
TM Network were also bound by a Sony contract, in fact Sony created them
so that's another factor.
As for 0083, who knows why they were published under Victor. Sunrise
does not appear to have any permanent reationship with any of the record
labels. I recall City Hunter TV series were released under Sony, but
OVA's were under Victor. Only the last TV Special (circa 99) is the
anomoly, being released under Toshiba-EMI.
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