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Macross Unknown 5/26/2014 11:20:00 PM

Filename Macross
Permission rw-r--r--
Author Unknown
Date and Time 5/26/2014 11:20:00 PM
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In 1999, an alien ship crashes on South Atalia Island and makes the human race aware of other life in space. Ten years later, the ship is reconstructed and christened as the SDF-1 Macross. However, on the day of its maiden voyage, an alien race called the Zentraedi make their appearance on Earth, beginning the UN Spacy/Zentraedi war that would change the history of both races forever.

The main story is split up into two main arcs. While the second arc might not seem very necessary to the story itself, it closes up the loose ends left behind from certain character relationships. The story is very fluid, pretty deep, and all around well-planned. It's unique, and I never found myself wondering, "Now why are they doing this again?" like in other animes. The anime has a starting point and an ending point, with very little fluff in the middle. Every episode has its purpose, and it's basically very well thought out. What is great about Macross is that it doesn’t heap misery on its characters constantly, but when it does, the characters move on quickly. It never feels like a copout, they're still affected by the changes around them, whenever comrades die for example, but we're thankfully spared five episodes of them moping around like stroppy teens. Macross is entertainment through and through. It's not going for weighty philosophy, but at the same time, it decorates its carefree nature with worthy topics and doesn’t so much explore them as it acknowledges them. Midway through the show the ugliness of politics, discrimination and the sacrifices that must be made rears its head leading to dramatic, yet ultimately always uplifting stuff.  Macross’s strength revolves around just a handful of characters who get ample characterisation and attention, and both a perfect ending to the series and perfect beginning to the franchise.

Opening Theme
"Macross" by Makoto Fujiwara

Ending Theme
#01: "Runner" by Makoto Fujiwara
#02: "Runner" by Mari Iijima

Macross The Complete (Detail CD)
DISC-1
  01~20 <Macross TV Soundtrack Vol.I>
  21~45 <Macross TV Soundtrack Vol.II>
DISC-2
  01~14 <Macross Movie Soundtrack>
  15~25 <Macross Karaoke Collection>
DISC-3
  01~11 <MACROSS OTHER VOCAL COLLECTION>
  12~23 <TV Unpublished Tracks>
  24~45 <Movie Unpublished Tracks>
Download:
Part 1: 148 MB ( TF | SF | MC )
Part 2: 148 MB ( TF | SF | MC )
Part 3: 148 MB ( TF | SF | MC
Part 4: 072 MB ( TF | SF | MC )
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