Original Soundtracks!

Introducing some soundtrack albums released from Domo Records!

This is the first Soundtrack album releasing from us…
Cirque Ingenieux by Kitaro
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Cirque Ingenieux was the first Broadway score that Kitaro made, and it’s one of his most ambitious projects. “Cirque Ingenieux” is a story of a girl who falls in love with a single ring circus.

Metropolis by Toshiyuki Honda
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Metropolis is a futuristic story of the ageless class struggle, not amongst humans, but between humans and the humanoid, set in a futuristic city at the height of its civilization. Spectacularly rendered in its visual style, it combines the best in Japanese animation with the latest in digital technology.
We proudly released this album in 2002.

Impressions Of The West Lake by Kitaro
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Impressions Of The West Lake is a modern day opera conceived and directed by internationally acclaimed filmmaker Zhang Yimou (Hero, Curse of the Golden Flower), the visionary artist behind the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
This is also 52nd GRAMMY NOMINEE BEST NEW AGE ALBUM!

On Falling by Peas
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“On Falling” tells the story of George Wesley’s return to his hometown in Redondo Beach where he reconnects with his high school friend, Mildred.
This soundtrack was the Official Winner for Best Score and Music as well as for Cinematography at the Litchfield Hills Film Festival in 2012. Also, the film was an Official Selection at the Sonoma International Film Festival and Seattle Film Festival.

We have more selections of Original soundtrack, so please go check our official store’s Soundtrack section!

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