Yuki’s Vocalists » FictionJunction Project

Vocalists: Yuuka Nanri, Kaori Oda, Keiko Kubota, Wakana Ootaki, Asuka Kato, Yuriko Kaida
Composer/Arranger: Yuki Kajiura
Lyrics: Yuki Kajiura
Producer: Yuki Kajiura
Publisher: Victor Entertainment


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Basics

 

FictionJunction

FictionJunction used to be Yuki Kajiura’s pseudonym when she worked with other selected singers, such as “FictionJunction featuring YUUKA”; eventually this changed to “FictionJunction + vocalist name”, to indicate the collaboration between Yuki Kajiura and the respecive vocalist. In these collaborations, Yuki composed, wrote and arranged all the songs. From 2009 onwards, four of the FictionJunction-titled vocalists (WAKANA, KEIKO, KAORI) formed a legitimate singing group named “FictionJunction”, with the addition of Yuriko Kaida, who till then was providing chorus to songs along with Kaori Nishina, without being part of the collaborations. FictionJunction YUUKA is still performing solo in collaboration with Yuki Kajiura, but now releasing under the “FictionJunction” group, while even though Asuka Kato (from is FictionJunction ASUKA) theoretically is inside FictionJunction, she hasnt released something since the everlasting song single and doesnt appear in the group’s appearances.

The existing FictionJunction projects until now have been (in alphabetical order of appearance):

FictionJunction ASUKA (along with Asuka Kato)
FictionJunction KAORI (along with Kaori Oda)
FictionJunction KEIKO (along with Keiko Kubota)
FictionJunction WAKANA (along with Wakana Ootaki)
FictionJunction YUUKA (first known as FictionJunction featuring YUUKA) (along with Yuuka Nanri)

In 2009, an album is announced, containing self-covers of Yukis previously released songs along with some previously released songs, plus new tracks. Its name is Everlasting Songs and was released on February, 25th.

The first single of the new FictionJunction era, titled Parallel Hearts, is released on April 29th 2009. It contains the homonymous song, which is the opening theme of an anime series called Pandora Hearts, plus a b-side called (Hitomi no Chikara). Parallel hearts (performed by Wakana, Kaori, Keiko and Yuriko Kaida) is a nice up-tempo song, and the lyrics describe the process of growing up. For this song Yuki wanted to go back to her early days (simple melody and easy-to-understand lyrics)

The PV is different from what we usually see, with a more present Yuki. It takes place in a building that distributed boiled rice during wartime in Japan, and now only the walls we can see in the PV were left.

On July 12th, 2009, JVC announced that the Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 concert in Tokyo, will be released in 2 DVDs separately. The first DVD was released in October 21, 2009, containing the first part of the live where FictionJunction YUUKA performed, while the 2nd DVD, titled FictionJunction~Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#4 PARTⅡ~ was released in December 23, 2009, containing the second part of the event, where the 4 girls of FictionJunction (Wakana, Keiko, Kaori, Yuriko Kaida) performed. Its notable that the last song ” Angel Gate ” was included in both DVDs, because its originally an FJYUUKA song while in the concert it was performed by all the singers (Yuuka, Hikaru, Wakana, Keiko, Kaori, Yuriko Kaida).

On November 16, 2009 was announced by JVC that FictionJunction will be performing the Opening theme song for the anime Ookami Kukushi, called Toki no Mukou Maboroshi no Sora, with single release on January 27, 2010.

On January 12th, 2010, the day of the first live vol 5 concert, was announced that a double CD release will come out in May 12, 2010, containing songs recorded from the Yuki Kajiura lives vol 2 – 5. Later was released tracklist and the release title, “FictionJunction 2008-2010 The BEST of Yuki Kajiura LIVE”. Its noteable that in the 2nd disc was included the unreleased song “voyagers” which Yuki Kajiura had composed for NHK and was used as theme of the ecomics show 「経済羅針盤」 (Keizai Rashinban).

On February 23, 2011, was released, a cover album for the anime Yuusha Exkaiser titled Harvest, containing covers by various artists of songs from the anime. FictionJunction did track #8, Gatherway, which was arranged by Koichi Korenaga, Yuki electric guitarist, while Yuki Kajiura did the chorus arrangements. Main vocals sung by KAORI while YURIKO KAIDA, WAKANA and KEIKO were providing chorus.

On May 9th, was announced that they would release their 3rd single stone cold, with hitorigoto as b-side song, the single would be used as Opening them of the TV anime Sacred Seven.

On June 16 was announced that FictionJunction is also doing the Opening Theme song for the PSP game Senritsu no Stratus developed by KONAMI. The song is titled Eternal Blue.

One year later, on June 28th, 2012, was announced that will release a single for their new song 「distance」 (used as Ending Theme on Mobile Suit Gundam SEED HD Remastered anime), coupling with 「eternal blue」, on August 29, 2012.

On November 30 was announced that a live DVD/BD with video recording of the Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#9 “Shibuya Public Hall Special” would be released on February 20, 2013. The concert had Hanae Tomaru as guest vocalist and FictionJunction Asuka as secret guest. This Live DVD/BD was the first released since vol#4 and the first Yuki Kajiura concert released on Blu-ray.

On September 25, 2013 was announced that FictionJunction would release a new album, titled 「elemental」 in early 2014, the group’s first album since Everlasting Songs released 5 years ago. Later it turned out the new album would come out on January 22, 2014, containing 13 songs in total, of which 8 were the songs released from “Parallel Hearts” till “distance/eternal blue” singles, and 4 the new songs of which 1 would be a self-cover (storm, from Mai-Otome Zwei, originally sung by Ami Koshimizu). FictionJunction Yuuka’s “Yakusoku” was also included, first time making it into an album. No PV was released for the album. A Tour titled Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 tour / elemental Tour 2014 was announced to promote the album, with performances from February 22 til April 20, 2014, with 2 FictionJunction YUUKA performances prior to the tour on February 8 and 9, 2014 titled FictionJunction YUUKA 2 Days Special. Furthermore a Taiwan performance was announced later on titled Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#11 / elemental Tour 2014 in Taipei」which would be held on April 12, 2014 (Saturday) at ATT SHOW BOX (Taipei)

LIVE Performances

April 5, 2008 Yuki Kajiura LIVE VOL#1
July 31, 2008 Yuki Kajiura LIVE VOL#2
September 13, 2008 Hokuto no Ken Wedding (Collab.)
December 27, 2008 Yuki Kajiura LIVE VOL.#3
May 9, 2009 Pandora Hearts Event 『Knave of Hearts』 (Collab)
May 31, 2009 FictionJunction Club Event: Talk + mini-mini LIVE (+ Hikaru from Kalafina)
July 8, 2009 Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 (2nd part)
July 9, 2009 Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 (2nd part)
July 12, 2009 Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 (2nd part)
August 22, 2009 TBS Anime Fest 2009 (Collab.)
August 23, 2009 Animelo Summer Live 2009 -RE:BRIDGE- (Collab.)
December 12, 2009 FictionJunction Club Event: Talk + mini-mini LIVE # 2: Tokyo
December 13, 2009 FictionJunction Club Event: Talk + mini-mini LIVE # 2: Tokyo
January 9, 2010 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol. # 5 ~ LIVE ~ Special Japanese seal
January 11, 2010 FictionJunction Club Event: Talk + mini-mini LIVE # 2: Osaka
January 12, 2010 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol. # 5 ~ LIVE ~ Special Japanese seal
May 9, 2010 .hack//LIVE
May 16, 2010 Kajiura Produce 3rd Anniversary LIVE TOUR FictionJunction/Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#6
May 23, 2010 Kajiura Produce 3rd Anniversary LIVE TOUR FictionJunction/Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#6
May 30, 2010 Kajiura Produce 3rd Anniversary LIVE TOUR FictionJunction/Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#6
June 6, 2010 Kajiura Produce 3rd Anniversary LIVE TOUR FictionJunction/Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#6
June 13, 2010 Kajiura Produce 3rd Anniversary LIVE TOUR FictionJunction/Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#6
December 26, 2010 FJC Annivesary Live “Best 20″~3rd Aniversary,Live & Special~
June 29, 2011 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#7 “FICTION”
July 10, 2011 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#7 “FICTION”
October 16, 2011 FictionJunction & Yuuka Nanri Special Event
March 16, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#8 “Spring 2012”
March 17, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#8 “Spring 2012”
April 8, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#8 “Spring 2012”
June 29 – July 2, 2012 Yuki Kajiura & FictionJunction at AnimeExpo 2012
July 7 – 8, 2012 TYPE-MOON Fes(tival) -10th ANNIVERSARY EVENT- (Collab)
August 31, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#9 “3 days special” “Japanese song only Special”
September 1, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#9 “3 days special” Sound Track Special”
September 2, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#9 “3 days special” “Japanese song sealed Special”
September 9, 2012 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#9 “Shibuya Public Hall Special”
May 11, 2013 20th Anniversary Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#10 “Kaji Fest. 2013”
September 20, 2013 Yuki Kajiura LIVE in Hong Kong
September 25, 2013 Yuki Kajiura LIVE “2-days in Daiba”
September 25, 2013 Yuki Kajiura LIVE “2-days in Daiba”
February 22, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
February 23, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
March 9, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
March 16, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
March 22, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
March 29, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
April 5, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014
April 12, 2014 Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#11 / elemental Tour 2014 in Taipei
April 20, 2014 Yuki Kajiura Live vol #11 / elemental Tour 2014

 

Discography

「FictionJunction 2010-2013 The BEST of Yuki Kajiura LIVE, vol 2」
VTCL60397 | June 3, 2015
Live CDs (3 Discs)
18 + 17 + 18 Tracks
Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#11 elemental Tour 2014 -Tour Original Making-
DSA-52 | ? , 2014
DVD
1 Tracks
Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#11 elemental Tour 2014 2014.04.20 @ NHK Hall + Making off
VTXL-21 | September 24, 2014
Blu-ray
24 Tracks
FictionJunction – elemental
VTCL-60361 | January 22, 2014
Album
13 Tracks
FJ + FJ YUUKA – Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#4 PART I & PART II – Everlasting Songs Tour 2009
VTXL-14 | May 8, 2013
BD (DVD Compilation)
14 + 15 = 29 Tracks
Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#9 “渋公 [Shibuko] Special”
DVD: VTBL-23~4, Blu-Ray: VTXL-12 | February 20, 2013
DVD/BD
24 Tracks
Fictionjunction – distance/eternal blue
VTCL-35137 | August 29, 2012
Single (Gundam SEED HD Remastered ED/Senritsu no Stratus OP)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction – stone cold
VTCL-35114 | August 3, 2011
Single (Sacred Seven OP)
4 Tracks
Yusha Series 20 Shunen Kinen Kikaku Shudaika Cover Album HARVEST
VTCL-60242 | February 23, 2011
Cover Album
16 Tracks (1 covered by FictionJunction)
FictionJunction 2008-2010 The BEST of Yuki Kajiura LIVE
VTCL-60201 | May 12, 2010
Live CDs (2 Disks)
14 + 16 Tracks
FictionJunction – Toki no Mukou Maboroshi no Sora
VTCL-35083 | January 27, 2010
Single (Ookami Kakushi OP)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction~Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#4 PARTⅡ~
VTBL-8 | December 23, 2009
DVD (Region 2)
15 Tracks
FictionJunction – Parallel Hearts
VTCL-35065 | April 29, 2009
Single (Pandora Hearts OP)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction – Everlasting Songs
VTCL-60106 | February 25, 2009
Album
15 Tracks

 

Appearances

Everlasting Songs many tracks in this album are rearrangements of songs which were used in anime
Parallel Hearts – Opening Theme song of Pandora Hearts
Toki no Mukou Maboroshi no Sora – Opening Theme song of Ookami Kakushi
Stone Cold – Opening Theme song of Sacred Seven
Eternal Blue – Opening Theme song of Senritsu no Stratus
distance – Ending Theme song of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED HD


FictionJunction ASUKA

Duo formed by Yuki Kajiura and Asuka Kato. Tge only song from this duo is everlasting song, first featured in Erementar Gerad Original Soundtrack I album, but later a single was released with four different versions: japanese, ballad, harmonica and karaoke editions.

 

Discography

FictionJunction ASUKA – everlasting song
VICL-35865 | July 21, 2005
Single (Elemental Gelade Insert Japn. ver.)
4 Tracks

 

Appearances

everlasting song (English ver.) Insert Theme song of Erementar Gerad


FictionJunction KAORI

Duo formed by Yuki Kajiura and Kaori Oda. Their first appearance was in the song tsubasa, featured in the Tsubasa Chronicle Original Soundtrack Future Soundscape I and later with the song dream scape, contained in the third future soundscape.

Their last song till now is (Hanamori no Oka), ending theme for Shin Kyuuseishu Densetsu Hokuto no Ken: Toki-den OAV. It was later released in FictionJunction projects album Everlasting Song.

Although Kaori also sings the song Calling, ending theme of Baccano! anime series, and the song was released as a single, this one did it under the name of Kaori Oda, not as FictionJunction KAORI (despite the fact Yuki composed it and wrote the lyrics). This happened because the B-side of the single, the song Power in me (also performed by Kaori) was composed by Seiji Motoyama, not Yuki Kajiura.

In December 23, 2009 Kaori Oda did her first her solo live titled Kaori Oda First Acoustic LIVE ~Kaori’s melody vol.#1 X’mas Special~. In that live she performed, among other songs, 2 songs composed by Yuki Kajiura: Hanamori no Oka, and Calling.

In February 23, 2011, was released, a cover album for the anime Yuusha Exkaiser titled Harvest, containing covers by various artists of songs from the anime. FictionJunction did track #8, Gatherway, which was arranged by Koichi Korenaga, while Yuki Kajiura did the chorus arrangements. Main vocals sung by Kaori while the other 3 girls were providing chorus.

In December 26 of 2011, Kaori Oda had announced in her blog that she would provide vocals for the new background music that would be used in the third of Rekishi Hiwa Historia that started airing on January 3. The Rekishi Hiwa Historia Original Soundtrack II, will have 28 tracks in total and will be released in April 13, 2011. Later was know that she sung in kajiurago for 2 songs of the soundtrack, “until you find a light – op theme #5” and fruitless love.

In the FictionJunction single “stone cold” that’s released on August 3, KAORI gets the main vocal of the most of the A-side homonymous song as well as of the B-side song, hitorigoto. She also sing in the song eternal blue opening theme song for the game Senritsu no Stratus. The game’s soundtrack will only contain the song’s game-size (1:30 min) so the full version of the song is expected to get released with the 2nd FictionJunction album.

LIVE Performances

December 23, 2009 Kaori Oda First Acoustic LIVE ~Kaori’s melody vol.#1 X’mas Special~

Appearances

tsubasa – Insert Theme song of Tsubasa Chronicle
dream scape – Insert Theme song of Tsubasa Chronicle
Hanamori no Oka – Ending Theme song of Hokuto no Ken: Toki Den


FictionJunction KEIKO

Duo formed by Yuki Kajiura and Keiko Kubota. Two songs have been released so far. The first, called (Kaze no Machi e), was included in the Tsubasa Chronicle Original Soundtrack Future Soundscape II, and later was re-released in the FictionJunction album Everlasting Songs.
In January 27, 2010, FictionJunction released their 2nd single, called 時の向こう 幻の空 (Toki no Mukou Maboroshi no Sora). The c/w song, 野原 (Nohara) is sung by FictionJunction KEIKO, with WAKANA, KAORI and Yuriko Kaida doing the chorus.

In other appearances, Keiko sang along with Yuriko Kaida and Wakana Ootaki the songs epithalamion and Hanamori no Oka in the Kenshiro and Yuria After Soul Wedding event.

Keiko is also a member of Kalafina, along with Wakana Ootaki, Hikaru and Maya.

Appearances

Kaze no Machi e – Insert Theme song of Tsubasa Chronicle

 


FictionJunction WAKANA

Duo formed by Yuki Kajiura and Wakana Ootaki. Only two songs have been released: (Hikari no Yukue) and Where the lights are (Japanese Ver.), both included in Shin Kyuuseishu Densetsu Hokuto no Ken Raoh Den Junai no Sho / Yuria Den ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I album. Wakana also sings the song paradise regained, featured in El Cazador de la Bruja OST 2, although in the credits appears as WAKANA.

In other appearances, Wakana sang along with Yuriko Kaida and Keiko Kubota the songs epithalamion and hanamori no oka in the Kenshiro and Yuria After Soul Wedding event.

In 2009, Yuki Kajiura scored the music for the TV anime Pandora Hearts, of which 1st Original Soundtrack was released in July 1, 2009 featuring FictionJunction Wakana in the 3 tracks (listed below in the Appearances). In spring 2009 Yuki Kajiura was also scoring for the live action documentary series Rekishi Hiwa Historia, and its soundtrack was released in August 28, 2009 by Sony. The soundtrack was featuring Wakana (credited as WAKANA) in 4 tracks. In September 30, 2009 was released the 2nd Pandora Hearts Original Soundtrack which featured FictionJunction Wakana in 1 track. Wakana also did chorus along with Yuriko Kaida in the same soundtrack for the english language song everytime you kissed me sang by Emily Bindiger.

In 2008, Yuki Kajiura composed the song “voyagers” for NHK and was used as theme of the ecomics show 「経済羅針盤」 (Keizai Rashinban). The song was sung by FictionJunction WAKANA with chorus by Yuriko Kaida but remained unreleased until 2010 where it was covers by all FictionJunction in Yuki Kajiura vol #5 and recording of its live performance was included in the 2nd disc of “FictionJunction 2008-2010 The BEST of Yuki Kajiura LIVE” album that was release in May 12 ,2010.

Wakana is also a member of Kalafina, along with Keiko Kubota and Hikaru.

LIVE Performances

April 18, 2007 Hokuto no Ken Funeral (Collab)

Appearances

Where the lights are (Japanese Ver.) Insert Theme song of Shin Kyuuseishu Densetsu Hokuto no Ken Raoh Den Junai no Sho~Yuria Den
Hikari no Yukue Insert Theme song of Shin Kyuuseishu Densetsu Hokuto no Ken Raoh Den Junai no Sho~Yuria Den
paradise regained Insert Theme song of El Cazador de la Bruja
Pandora Hearts Insert Theme song of Pandora Hearts
Bloody Rabbit Insert Theme song of Pandora Hearts
Preparation Insert Theme song of Pandora Hearts
Historia: opening theme Insert Theme song of Rekishi Hiwa Historia
Where I stand Insert Theme song of Rekishi Hiwa Historia
Ordinary dream Insert Theme song of Rekishi Hiwa Historia
Historia: closing theme Insert Theme song of Rekishi Hiwa Historia
Pandora Hearts expanded Insert Theme song of Pandora Hearts
Voyagers – Theme song of Keizai Rashinban

 


FictionJunction YUUKA

Duo formed by Yuki Kajiura and Yuuka Nanri. Until now its the most famous and long-lived FictionJunction Project.

The story begins when Kajiura and Nanri met in (Minami Aoyama Shujo Kagekidan, also called Nansho), a 4 girls band in which Yuuka participated. Yuki composed the music for some of their musicals. From this time two songs were born: (Seiya), an insert theme of the (Christmas Juliet ~Eve no Kiseki~) musical; and GET INTO THE SUN. Both songs were released together in a single along with their respective karaoke versions.

In 2003, under the name of FictionJunction featuring YUUKA, the first song appears, titled (Akatsuki no Kuruma), as a MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM SEED insert song, and its released along with its karaoke version in the Suit CD vol.4 MIGUEL x NICOL. Thanks to the high popularity achieved among the fans of GUNDAM, a single its released a year before, but this time under the name of FictionJunction YUUKA (due to the excessively long former name). The single reached #10 in Oricon weekly charts.

Although Akatsuki no Kuruma was the first song, the first single released was anime series MADLAX opening theme (Hitomi no Kakera). Later, the ending theme (also performed by the duo), titled inside your heart, was also released in a single. At the same time period, FJYUUKA also performed a number of songs (Eleonore, Cradle, Margaret, We Are One, shes gotta go, Madlax) which were included in the 2 Madlax soundtracks (both released in 2004), but in the credits she appears as Yuuka Nanri.

After a hiatus of exactly a year, FJYUUKA reappeared on stage again with a theme for the GUNDAM saga, but this time for GUNDAM SEED DESTINY with the song (Honoh no Tobira), which single hit #1 in the oricon daily charts, to fall up to #5 in the weekly charts. This is cited as the first seiyuu single that reaches the #1 in Oricon charts, although it was only on its release day. In November of the same year the first album of the duo is released, and its called Destination, which compiles all the previous songs released (except for Honoh no Tobira) plus new songs. Its worthwhile to say that in this album the song Seiya (previously reviewed on this article) was re-released with new arrangements and performed by a vocally more mature Yuuka.

In 2006, the fifth single is released, called Silly-Go-Round, .hack//ROOTS opening theme. On the same single the song angel gate, main theme of the homonymous play where Yuuka is one of the actors (and Yuki is in charge of the music). Other released songs in the same year are aikoi (included in Tsubasa Chronicle 4th OST) and (Kouya Ruten), Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto anime opening theme, becoming the sixth single of the duo.

The 2007 comes full of new projects, starting with the first FJYUUKA concert called FictionJunction YUUKA Premium Live 2007 in February 8th and 15th. In April, El Cazador de la Bruja anime series ending theme, titled romanesque, is released in the seventh and last single up to the present, along with the single exclusive track (Yakusoku). The second album called circus is released on July, compiling the songs published from Silly-Go-Round to romanesque, including this time the song Honoh no Tobira, plus new tracks. After this, both El Cazador de la Bruja OSTs 1 & 2 are released (also made by Yuki), which contain songs performed by Yuuka (el cazador and cazador del amor), but theyre not released as FictionJunction YUUKA.

After a new hiatus of a year and a bit more (the same year in which Kalafina was born), it was announced that the Tsubasa Chronicle OADs: Shunraiki ending theme would be performed by FJYUUKA and would be called (Kioku no Mori). This song wasnt released as a single and appeared along with cazador del amor (this time as FJYUUKA) in the FictionJunction project album Everlasting Songs.

In April, 29th of 2009 the first single of the new FictionJunction era sees the light, titled Parallel Hearts, and the b-side of it is an old Yuki song from Nansho times (in 1999) that she composed especially for Yuuka. The song is called (Hitomi no Chikara), and was rearranged for this occasion. According to some sources, the release of this song was Yukis wish, and she thought it would be a good idea to release it with another similar song like Parallel Hearts, since FJYUUKA style is different from this one (both music and lyrics are complex).

In July 12th, 2009, JVC announced that the Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 concert in Tokyo, will be released in 2 DVDs separately. The first DVD was released in October 21, 2009, titled FictionJunction YUUKA ~Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#4 PART I~, containing the first part of the live where FictionJunction YUUKA performed a big number of her songs with new arrangement. There must be methioned that Hikaru from Kalafina participated in the chorus for Yuuka’s performance along with Yuriko Kaida. The 2nd DVD was released in December 23, 2009, containing the second part of the event, where the 4 girls of FictionJunction (Wakana, Keiko, Kaori, Yuriko Kaida) performed. Its notable that the last song ” Angel Gate ” was included in both DVDs, because its originally an FJYUUKA song while in the concert it was performed by all the singers (Yuuka, Hikaru, Wakana, Keiko, Kaori, Yuriko Kaida)

 

LIVE Performances

December 27, 2003 Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED FESTIVAL (Collab)
November 11, 2005 NHK popjam (Collab)
November 26, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
November 27, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 1, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 3, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 3, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 4, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 4, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 9, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
December 10, 2005 1st Album “Destination” Commemorative Event
August 26, 2006 G festival (Collab)
August 27, 2006 G festival (Collab)
December 17, 2006 POP JOINS THE WORLD live special collection (Collab)
February 8, 2007 FictionJunction YUUKA 『Premium Live 2007』
February 15, 2007 FictionJunction YUUKA『Premium Live 2007』
December 27, 2008 Yuki Kajiura LIVE VOL.#3 (Guest Vocal)
July 8, 2009 Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 (1st part)
July 9, 2009 Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 (1st part)
July 12, 2009 Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol. #4 Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 (1st part)
February 8, 2014 FictionJunction YUUKA 2 Days Special
February 9, 2014 FictionJunction YUUKA 2 Days Special

Discography

Yuki Kajiura LIVE vol.#11 FictionJunction YUUKA 2days Special 2014.02.08~09 中野サンプラザ [Nakano SunPlaza]
VTXL-19~20 | June 25, 2014
Blu-ray
42 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA ~Yuki Kajiura LIVE Vol.#4 PART I ~
VTBL-7 | October 21, 2009
DVD (Region 2)
15 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – circus
VICL-62426 | July 4, 2007
Album
12 tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – romanesque
VICL-36363 | April 18, 2007
Single (El Cazador de la Bruja ED)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – Kouya Ruten
VICL-36177 | November 22, 2006
Single (Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Iroha ni Hoheto OP)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – Silly-go-Round
VICL-35989 | May 10, 2006
Single (.hack//ROOTS OP)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – Destination
VICL-61792 (Limited Edition: VIZL-159) | November 23, 2005
Album
11 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – Honoh no Tobira
VICL-35883 | September 22, 2005
Single (Gundam SEED Destiny Insert)
4 Tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – akatsuki no kuruma
VICL-35715 | September 22, 2004
Single (Gundam SEED ending)
4 tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – inside your heart
VICL-35646 | July 7, 2004
Single
4 tracks
FictionJunction YUUKA – Hitomi no Kakera
VICL-35627 | May 8, 2004
Single (MADLAX OP)
4 tracks

 

Appearances

Hitomi no Kakera – Opening Theme song of Madlax
nowhere – Insert Theme song of Madlax
inside your heart – Ending Theme song of Madlax
Im here – Insert Theme song of Madlax
Eleonore – Insert Theme song of Madlax
Cradle – Insert Theme song of Madlax
Margaret – Insert Theme song of Madlax
We Are One – Insert Theme song of Madlax
Shes gotta go – Insert Theme song of Madlax
Madlax – Insert Theme song of Madlax
Akatsuki no Kuruma – 2nd Ending Theme song of Gundam SEED
Honoh no Tobira – Insert Theme song of Gundam SEED Destiny
Silly Go Round – Opening Theme song of .hack//Roots
Aikoi – Insert Theme song of Tsubasa Chronicle
Kouya Ruten – Opening Theme song of Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto
el cazador – Insert Theme song of El Cazador de la Bruja
Cazador del Amor – Insert Theme song of El Cazador de la Bruja
Kioku no Mori – Ending Theme song of Tsubasa: Shunraiki


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