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# Track Artist/Composer Duration
Denotes vocal track
1.Umillennium parade, Belle 
2.WhispersKylie McNeill 
3.SlingshotMiho Hazama, Taisei Iwasaki 
4.Memories of a SoundTaisei Iwasaki 
5.Blunt Wordsermhoi 
 
Denotes vocal track
6.Gales of SongBelle 
7.Fleeting DaysLudvig Forssell 
 
Denotes vocal track
8.Swarms of SongBelle 
9.Alle Psallite Cum LuyaRyoko Moriyama, Sachiyo Nakao, Fuyumi Sakamoto, Yoshimi Iwasaki, Michiko Shimizu, Kaho Nakamura 
 
Denotes vocal track
10.Fama DestinataBelle 
11.DragonYuta Bandoh 
12.JustinYuta Bandoh 
13.UnveilYuta Bandoh 
14.Digital RipplesLudvig Forssell 
15.Dragon’s LairYuta Bandoh 
 
Denotes vocal track
16.Lend Me Your Voice (draft)Kylie McNeill 
17.Social WarfareLudvig Forssell 
18.AssaultYuta Bandoh 
 
Denotes vocal track
19.Lend Me Your VoiceBelle 
20.UnveilTheBeastLudvig Forssell 
21.Authority and ArroganceLudvig Forssell 
22.Scorching the FaçadeYuta Bandoh 
23.The Truth ObscuredLudvig Forssell 
24.Lend Me Your Voice (humming)Bentley Griffin 
25.DistrustLudvig Forssell 
 
Denotes vocal track
26.A Million Miles AwayBelle 
27.Pieces of the PuzzleLudvig Forssell 
 
Denotes vocal track
28.Faces in the RainKylie McNeill 
29.Skies of SongLudvig Forssell, Kylie McNeill 
 
Denotes vocal track
30.A Million Miles Away (reprise)Belle 
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Belle (English Edition)

Added on Sunday, January 16, 2022  

Belle (English Edition)

Milan Records is excited to announce the release of the Belle English Edition Soundtrack album from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mamoru Hosoda‘s critically acclaimed film Belle! The English language album arrives alongside the film’s theatrical release — Experience it in IMAX January 12th, in theaters everywhere January 14th, 2022.

Milan Records is excited to announce the release of the Belle English Edition Soundtrack album from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mamoru Hosoda‘s critically acclaimed film Belle! The English language album arrives alongside the film’s theatrical release — Experience it in IMAX January 12th, in theaters everywhere January 14th, 2022.

The English Edition soundtrack will feature English versions of vocal tracks originally performed in Japanese, newly recorded by Kylie McNeill, who voices ‘Belle’ in the dubbed version of the film. The soundtrack also includes original score music written by composers Taisei Iwasaki, Ludvig Forssell and Yuta Bandoh.

The film’s main theme and album opener “U” is performed by the Tokyo-based collective millennium parade alongside Belle, and two of the vocal tracks and recurring themes throughout the film, “Lend Me Your Voice” and “A Million Miles Away” also feature lyrics co-written by Mamoru Hosoda. The English album was supervised by Takayuki Chiyo alongside the team of composers and in collaboration with GKIDS and NYAV Post.

To celebrate the upcoming soundtrack release, we’ve also partnered with GKIDS on an exclusive Belle giveaway. Enter by January 10th for a chance to win a Mamoru Hosoda Soundtracks prize pack, the Belle Official Guide book & 2 tickets to see Belle in theaters!

From the celebrated Oscar®-nominated director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, creator of Mirai, Wolf Children, Summer Wars, and more, comes a fantastical, yet beautiful and contemporary thematic story of one girl’s growth in the age of social media.

Suzu is a 17-year-old high school student living in a rural village with her father. For years, she has only been a shadow of herself. One day, she enters “U,” a virtual world of 5 billion members on the Internet. There, she is not Suzu anymore but Belle, a world-famous singer. She soon meets with a mysterious creature. Together, they embark on a journey of adventures, challenges and love, in their quest to become who they truly are.

Presenting the English cast for BELLE!

Kylie McNeill — Suzu/Belle
Paul Castro Jr. — Dragon
Chace Crawford — Justin
Jessica DiCicco — Hiro
Brandon Engman — Kamishin
Manny Jacinto — Shinobu
Hunter Schafer — Ruka
Cristina Vee Valenzuela — Peggie Sue

Additional Voices from SungWon Cho (ProZD), Xanthe Huynh, LilyPichu, Zeno Robinson, Stephanie Sheh, Michael Sinterniklaas, and Laura Stahl


More info at: Official Web Site



Belle (English Version)

Added on Sunday, January 09, 2022  

Belle (English Version)

Milan Records announces the January 14th, 2022 release of Belle, an English language version of the Original Soundtrack to Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Mamoru Hosoda’s latest feature. Featuring both score and vocal tracks written by a team of composers led by Taisei Iwasaki and including Ludvig Forssell and Yuta Bandoh, the album includes English versions of vocal tracks originally performed in Japanese

Milan Records announces the January 14th, 2022 release of Belle, an English language version of the Original Soundtrack to Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Mamoru Hosoda’s latest feature.
Featuring both score and vocal tracks written by a team of composers led by Taisei Iwasaki and including Ludvig Forssell and Yuta Bandoh, the album includes English versions of vocal tracks originally performed in Japanese, newly recorded in English by Kylie McNeill, who voices ‘Belle’ in the English dubbed version of the film.

The album follows the massive success of the original Japanese Edition of the soundtrack, which has garnered over 20 million streams globally since its July 2021 debut. Fans can get an early preview of the album’s English Edition by watching a newly-released video featuring a medley of vocal tracks from the album with lyrics and imagery from the film.

Belle follows shy, everyday high school student Suzu as she escapes into a virtual world, becoming a globally-beloved popstar named Belle and setting out on an emotional and epic quest to find herself.
Ranging from anthemic pop ballads to emotionally-laden instrumentals, the soundtrack includes original vocal songs written and arranged by Taisei Iwasaki, Ludvig Forssell and Yuta Bandoh as performed in the film by both Suzu and her virtual persona Belle, as well as original score music also written by the trio and Grammy-nominated composer Miho Hazama.
The film’s main theme and album opener “U” was written and performed by groundbreaking Japanese act millennium parade led by Daiki Tsuneta, and two of the vocal tracks and recurring themes throughout the film, “Lend Me Your Voice” and “A Million Miles Away” also feature lyrics co-written by Mamoru Hosoda. The English album was produced by Taisei Iwasaki and supervised by Taka Chiyo alongside the team of composers and in collaboration with GKIDS and NYAV Post.

The album’s arrival coincides with the US debut of the Studio Chizu film, which is set to open theatrically and on IMAX screens in both its original Japanese language and English dubbed version on Friday, January 14 via GKIDS, the acclaimed producer and distributor of animation for adult and family audiences.

About Belle
From the celebrated Academy Award®-nominated director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, creators of Mirai, Wolf Children, Summer Wars, and more, comes a fantastical, heartfelt story of growing up in the age of social media.

Suzu is a shy, everyday high school student living in a rural village. For years, she has only been a shadow of herself. But when she enters “U”, a massive virtual world, she escapes into her online persona as Belle, a gorgeous and globally-beloved singer.
One day, her concert is interrupted by a monstrous creature chased by vigilantes. As their hunt escalates, Suzu embarks on an emotional and epic quest to uncover the identity of this mysterious “beast” and to discover her true self in a world where you can be anyone.

Belle was released in theatres including IMAX screens in Japan starting July 16, 2021. Despite ongoing limited seating capacities and nationwide curfews, the film topped the box office for three consecutive weekends. The film marks Hosoda’s first title to have IMAX screenings, and played in 38 IMAX theatres throughout Japan. BELLE has crossed over 6.53 billion yen in box office to date, and has become Hosoda’s highest-grossing film ever, beating the lifetime gross of Boy and the Beast.

The English language dubbed version of Belle will feature the voices of Chace Crawford (The Boys, Gossip Girl), Manny Jacinto (Nine Perfect Strangers, The Good Place), and Hunter Schafer (Euphoria). In her first lead role, playing teenager Suzu and the titular virtual singer ‘Belle’ is Kylie McNeill, who also recorded English versions of the film’s soundtrack.

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AboutTaisei Iwasaki

Taisei Iwasaki is a composer of movies, series and animations. His most notable works include the soundtracks toMoteki(directed by HitoshiOne), Studio Ghibli's A Giant Warrior Descends on Tokyo(directed by Shinji Higuchi), Anime Blood Blockade Battlefront, (a.k.a Kekkai Sensen), Anime Dragon Pilot(a.k.a Hisone & Masotan), GHOST IN THE SHELL(directed by Rupert Sanders) ※JAPANESE MUSIC DIRECTOR, Netflix Original Series The Naked Director and Belle(directed by Mamoru Hosoda). Additionally, Taisei Iwasaki has worked onTOKYO STATION VISION(Projection mapping of Tokyo Station), and as music director on Hedwig and the Angry Inchwith John Cameron Mitchell in Japan.His work forMotekiwon the 35th Japanese Academy Award for “Outstanding Soundtrack.”His work with TOKYO STATION VISIONwas also awarded in 2013 for the “Good Design Award.”

More info at: Official Web Site Studio Chizu





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