The album features many of Misawa’s anime theme songs
Voice Actress and vocalist Sachika Misawa started to stream full versions of three of her songs for a limited time on Warner Brothers Japan’s official YouTube Channel. This is to promote her upcoming 1st best album ‘-INFINITE Selection-‘. The three songs were all used as anime theme songs and are a nice preview for her ten-song-album, which is to be released on September 28th. The album includes all of her three single title tracks, the newly recorded song ‘Aloud’ (part of the Accel World: Infinite Burst movie soundtrack) and two songs from her ‘Polaris’ mini-album she released in 2013.
Born on January 13, 1993, Sachika Misawa made her professional voice actor debut after winning the “KADOKAWA×UP-FRONT STYLE Idol Seiyū Audition 2008” competition in February 2009. She starred in the anime Shangri-La as Yuri Gamagori. She is best known for her role as Kuroyukihime in Accel World. Some of the anime she acted in over the years include Castle Town Dandelion (as Sachiko Yonezawa), Aldnoah.Zero (as Rayet Areash), Tokyo ESP (as Minami Azuma), Toaru Majutsu no Index: Endymion no Kiseki (as Arisa Meigo) and Locodol (as Yukari Kohinata).
Her debut single ‘Unite’ was released in 2012 and the song was used as the second ending theme for the anime Accel World. In 2013 she released her debut album Polaris and it contained music that was used in the anime movie Toaru Majutsu no Index: Endymion no Kiseki. Her second single ‘Links’ was released in 2013 and it was the second ending theme for the anime series A Certain Scientific Railgun S.
*The three songs that she is streaming on Warner Brothers Japan’s official YouTube Channel are 1st single “Unite” full MV (August 1, 2012 release/TV anime Accel World 2nd Ending Theme) , 2nd single “Links” (August 21, 2013/A Certain Scientific Railgun S 2nd Ending theme) and 3rd single “Faith” (August 6, 2014/Argevollen Ending theme).
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*Please note that the video links in this section might not work after a time since they are only up for a limited time on the Warner Brothers Japan’s official YouTube Channel.