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This is a list of albums attributed to the Japanese anime adaptations of the light novel series Shakugan no Shana.

Anime OP/ED

Hishoku no Sora

Hishoku no Sora (緋色(ひしょく)の空 Crimson Sky?) is a single by Mami Kawada released on November 9, 2005 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Hishoku no Sora" was the first opening theme to the anime Shakugan no Shana.

Track listing

  1. "Hishoku no Sora" (緋色(ひしょく)の空?) – 4:15
    • Lyrics by: Mami Kawada
    • Music by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa
    • Arrangement by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa
  2. "another planet" – 5:49
  3. "another planet" ~twilight~ – 4:01
  4. "Hishoku no Sora" (instrumental) (緋色(ひしょく)の空?) – 4:15
  5. "another planet" (instrumental) – 5:49[1]

Yoake Umarekuru Shōjo

Yoake Umarekuru Shōjo (夜明け生まれ来る少女 The Girl Born at Dawn?) is a single by Yoko Takahashi released on November 9, 2005 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Yoake Umarekuru Shōjo" was the first ending theme to the anime Shakugan no Shana.

Track listing

  1. "Yoake Umarekuru Shōjo" (夜明け生まれ来る少女?) – 4:12
    • Lyrics by: Yoko Takahashi
    • Music by: Toshiyuki Omori
    • Arrangement by: Toshiyuki Omori
  2. "You are the one!" – 4:29
  3. "Yoake Umarekuru Shōjo" (instrumental) (夜明け生まれ来る少女?) – 4:12
  4. "You are the one!" (instrumental) – 4:29[2]

being

being is a single by KOTOKO released on March 23, 2006 in Japan by Geneon. The song "being" was the second opening theme to the anime Shakugan no Shana.

Track listing

  1. "being" – 4:49
    • Lyrics by: KOTOKO
    • Music by: KOTOKO
    • Arrangement by: Kazuya Takase
  2. "Sekka no Shinwa" (雪華の神話?) – 6:25
  3. "being" (instrumental) – 4:49
  4. "Sekka no Shinwa" (instrumental) (雪華の神話?) – 6:25[3]

Aka no Seijaku

Aka no Seijaku (紅の静寂 Crimson Thoughts?) is a single by Yoko Ishida released on February 8, 2006 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Aka no Seijaku" was the second ending theme to the anime Shakugan no Shana.

Track listing

  1. "Aka no Seijaku" (紅(あか)の静寂?) – 5:13
  2. "Grab the chance! ~Chance o Tsukame~ (Grab the chance! ~チャンスをつかめ!~?) – 3:36
  3. "Aka no Seijaku" (Instrumental) (紅(あか)の静寂?) – 5:13
  4. "Grab the chance! ~Chance o Tsumake~ (Instrumental) (Grab the chance! ~チャンスをつかめ!~?) – 3:36[4]

Joint

Joint is a single by Mami Kawada released on October 31, 2007 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Joint" was the opening theme for the sequel of Shakugan no Shana entitled Shakugan no Shana II. The B-side "triangle" will be used as the ending theme for the same anime.

Track listing

  1. "Joint" - 4:01
    Lyrics: Mami Kawada
    Music by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa
    Arrangement by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa, Takeshi Ozaki
  2. "Triangle" - 4:50
    Lyrics: Mami Kawada
    Music & Arrangement by: Kazuya Takase
  3. "Joint" (instrumental) - 4:01
  4. "Triangle" (instrumental) - 4:48[5]

Blaze

Blaze is a single by Kotoko which was released on March 12, 2008 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Blaze" is the second opening theme, and the other track "Sociometry" is the second ending theme for the sequel of Shakugan no Shana entitled Shakugan no Shana II.

Track listing

  1. "Blaze"
    Lyrics: Kotoko
    Music by: Kazuya Takase
    Arrangement by: Kazuya Takase
  2. "Sociometry"
    Lyrics: Kotoko
    Music by: C.G mix
    Arrangement by: C.G mix
  3. "Blaze" (instrumental)
  4. "Sociometry" (instrumental)[6]

Prophecy

Prophecy is a single by Mami Kawada which was released on November 18, 2009 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Prophecy" is the opening theme of the OVA series Shakugan no Shana S. The ending theme, All in Good Time, was featured on Kawada's album Linkage.[7]

Track listing

  1. "Prophecy" – 4:53
    Lyrics: Mami Kawada
    Music by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa
    Arrangement by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa, Takeshi Ozaki
  2. "A Frame" – 4:09
    Lyrics: Mami Kawada
    Music by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa
    Arrangement by: Tomoyuki Nakazawa, Takeshi Ozaki
  3. "Prophecy" (instrumental)
  4. "A Frame" (instrumental)[8]

Soundtracks

Shakugan no Shana original soundtrack

The Shakugan no Shana original soundtrack (灼眼のシャナ original soundtrack?) was first released on January 25, 2006 and was published by Geneon.

Track listing

  1. Shana
  2. Confusion
  3. La pensee ce qui est faible
  4. Amusement de personne idiote
  5. Il se reunit au demon
  6. Paysage d'e l'accummulation de jour
  7. Faisceau sautant
  8. Danse des fee
  9. Matin calme
  10. Debut d'un jour
  11. Verite
  12. Crochet d'oeil
  13. Deformation
  14. Innocent
  15. L'absolu decedent
  16. Bataille
  17. Comprehension
  18. Vanite
  19. Destruction
  20. Poursuite
  21. Mysterieux
  22. Serieux
  23. Reveil
  24. Hishoku no Sora ~TV SIZE~
  25. Yoake Umare Kuru Shoujo ~TV SIZE~[9]

Shakugan no Shana II original soundtrack

The Shakugan no Shana II original soundtrack (灼眼のシャナII original soundtrack?) was first released on January 25, 2008, published by Geneon.

Track listing

  1. JOINT -TV size-
  2. shana II
  3. Art du sabre
  4. Tragédie
  5. Pression
  6. Sérénité
  7. Un jour ordinaire
  8. Ferveur
  9. Sincèrement
  10. Quotidien calme
  11. Avenir lumineux
  12. Péripétie
  13. Confession
  14. Ceux qui ne rentreront plus
  15. Déjà vu
  16. Force etrange
  17. Différent malgré la ressemblance
  18. Rafraîchissement
  19. Idole
  20. Fête d’école
  21. Poursuite
  22. Parade
  23. Impossible d’exprimer ses sentiments
  24. Dans un bar
  25. Serment éternel
  26. Jours passés
  27. Lieu de la bataille décisive
  28. Manoeuvres secrètes
  29. La visiteuse
  30. Inévitable destin
  31. A nouveau
  32. triangle -TV size- [10]

Drama CDs

Assorted Shana

Each of the Assorted Shana albums also included two songs each sung by the seiyū of some of the main characters along with a few spoken drama scenes akin to the format of a drama CD.

Volume I

Shakugan no Shana Assorted Shana Vol. I (灼眼のシャナ Assorted Shana Vol.I?) is the first of the Assorted Shana albums and was released on February 24, 2006.[11] The song "-EXIST-" was sung by Rie Kugimiya, the voice of Shana, and the song "-Hisoyakani Kirara-" was sung by Ayako Kawasumi, the voice of Kazumi Yoshida.

Track listing
  1. "-EXIST-"
  2. "Drama (Alastor no Kunou)"
  3. "-Hisoyakani Kirara-"
  4. "Drama (Yoshida Kazumi no Nikki)"
  5. "Tristesse"
  6. "Souffrance"
  7. "Solitude"
  8. "La peur approche"
  9. "Apparation d'un adversaire puissant"
  10. "Confrontation"


Volume II

Shakugan no Shana Assorted Shana Vol. II (灼眼のシャナ Assorted Shana Vol.II?) is the second of the Assorted Shana albums and was released on March 24, 2006.[12] The song -Wolf in my heart-" was sung by Hitomi Nabatame, the voice of Margery Daw, and the song "-tough-" was sung by Junko Minagawa, the voice of Khamsin Nbh`w.

Track listing
  1. "-Wolf in my heart-"
  2. "Drama "Itsumo no Houkago ni......""
  3. "-tough-"
  4. "Drama "Flame Haze no Gogo""
  5. "Peine"
  6. "Isolement"
  7. "Fugue"
  8. "Tiraillement"
  9. "Au soleil"
  10. "Epilogue"


Volume III

Shakugan no Shana Assorted Shana Vol. III (灼眼のシャナ Assorted Shana Vol.III?) is the third of the Assorted Shana albums and was released on April 21, 2006.[13] The song "-Kamen no Hakuraku-" was sung by Shizuka Ito, the voice of Wilhelmina Carmel, and the song -Blue Sky- was sung by Rie Kugimiya, the voice of Shana.

Track listing
  1. "-Kamen no Hakuraku-"
  2. "Drama "Sakuteki Melon Pan""
  3. "-Blue Sky-"
  4. "Drama "Beniyo no Ou, Gokuhi Kaidan""
  5. "Sentiment profond"
  6. "Vague a I'ame"
  7. "Le chateau flottant dans les aris"
  8. "Elan"
  9. "Une methode secrete"
  10. "La vie recommence"


Splendide Shana

Splendide Shana II Vol. I

Shakugan no Shana II Splendide Shana II Vol. I is the first of the Splendide Shana II albums and was released on February 22, 2008. Contains two drama tracks and two character songs sang by Rie Kugimiya and Mamiko Noto.[14]

Track listing
  1. "Exist II"
  2. Audio Drama "Shana no Shakaika Kengaki~Hitoyo no Yume no Gotoshi~"
  3. "Kaze no Yukue"
  4. Audio Drama "Nazo no Celeb Date"

Splendide Shana II Vol. II

Shakugan no Shana II Splendide Shana II Vol. II is the second of the Splendide Shana II albums and was released on April 25, 2008. Contains two drama tracks and two character songs sang by Ayako Kawasumi and Hitomi Nabatame.[15]

Track listing
  1. "Nagareboshi Etranger"
  2. Audio Drama "Ozaki Koukou Satsujin Jiken"
  3. "Sōgetsu no Serenata"
  4. Audio Drama "Saraba Itoshiki Kobun Domo"

Splendide Shana II Vol. III

Shakugan no Shana II Splendide Shana II Vol. III is the third of the Splendide Shana II albums and was released on May 23, 2008. Contains two drama tracks and two character songs sang by Shizuka Itou and Marina Inoue.[16]

Track listing
  1. "Friends: Chikihōyū"
  2. Audio Drama "Hirai Ie Tate Komori Jiken"
  3. "Half of Mine"
  4. Audio Drama "Engage Link -Dokomademo, Itsumademo-"

Movie soundtracks

Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi

Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi (天壌を翔る者たち?) is a single by Love Planet Five, a group made up of I've Sound singers, which was released in Japan on April 4, 2007 by Geneon. The song "Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi" was used as the main theme of the movie adaptation of Shakugan no Shana.

Track listing

  1. "Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi" (天壌を翔る者たち?) – 6:49
  2. "Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi" -instrumental- (天壌を翔る者たち?) – 6:49
  3. "Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi" -Raven fly edit- (天壌を翔る者たち?) – 5:37

Akai Namida / Beehive

Akai Namida (赤い涙?) / Beehive is a single by Mami Kawada which was released in Japan on May 7, 2007 by Geneon. The song "Akai Namida" was used as an insert song in the movie adaptation of Shakugan no Shana.

Track listing

  1. "Akai Namida" (赤い涙?) – 4:19
  2. "Beehive" – 4:18
  3. "Akai Namida" (赤い涙?) (instrumental) – 4:19
  4. "Beehive" (instrumental) – 4:16

Shakugan no Shana Movie Original Soundtrack

The Shakugan no Shana Movie Original Soundtrack (劇場版「灼眼のシャナ」オリジナルサウンドトラック?) was released on September 21, 2007 by Geneon.

Track listing

  1. "Shana"
  2. "Bataille"
  3. "La peur approche"
  4. "Tiraillement"
  5. "Mystérieux"
  6. "Vague à l'âme"
  7. "Tristesse"
  8. "Akai Namida" (Movie size) (赤い涙 (劇場版サイズ)?)
  9. "Il se réunit au démon"
  10. "Sérieux"
  11. "Fugue"
  12. "Peine"
  13. "Isolement"
  14. "Apparition d'un adversaire puissant"
  15. "Strategème silencieux"
  16. "Amusement de personne idiote"
  17. "But invisible"
  18. "Force égale"
  19. "Invitation à la guerre"
  20. "Conviction"
  21. "Trône"
  22. "Une méthode secrète"
  23. "Elan"
  24. "Le véritable motif du chasseur"
  25. "Fin de la guerre"
  26. "Alastor"
  27. "Ce qui fût sauvé"
  28. Tenjō wo Kakeru Monotachi" (Movie size) (天壌を翔る者たち (劇場版サイズ)?)

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