OK, Merry Christmas and all those sorts. I have enjoyed the short break by not listening to any old record, but now.. here we go again.
Ultraman has returned! 帰ってきたウルトラマン！Three hoorrays!!
Reluctantly enough, this is the third on the Ultraman Original BGM series. The first one is here and the second one (Ultra Seven) is here. And unfortunately, there are still about six or seven more on this series in my possession. OMG, just shoot me with Spesium ray.
Well, I remembered this show as Ultraman Jack, not “Ultraman has returned” — the title is stupid, but any show born in the 60s or the 70s, they can do anything; because they’re seniors, and omnipotent. We can only bow and kowtow. My loords..
This gatefold jacketed monoaural LP was released by King Record in 1979, and brought with it a complete aura of an interplanetary marching band.
The pictorial showcase of staffs on the insert sheet of this BGM album series was always welcomed.
As with the original Ultraman, please watch out when a relative of yours passed away or gone missing, they may return as Ultraman. These are the prerogative selection of Mother Ultra in M78.
I cannot comment much about the compositions on its’ 23 tracks, because he’s a senior, I’d say they’re all “good”. Although I did fall asleep somewhere in-between. Thirteen tracks on side-1 and another ten on the other side. Curious.
Will you be asleep before side-1 ends? YES.
Here’s a poster, and then a sample track from side-2.