Fans of the song "Again" by Yui who are disappointed and want the actual song should go to Amazon to buy it. They have the original song by Yui for 99 cents. That's what I did.
I FOUND IT!!
If you type in Again Yui in the search bar, you'll find it!
By An annoyed Apple user.
I wish USO was on here...I'm also upset that it doesn't mention in the album information that all of these songs are COVERS.
I'm with dat guy that mentions fma
ITUNES, stop ripping us off, this isn't fair. I'm an otaku myself, not to say I hate anime, cuz I don't , BUT REALLY!!! YOUR GONNA MAKE OTAKU FANGIRLS CRY!!!! :(
I was hoping to find basuko yume uta from soul eater, I think that that would be a good one. The songs here are pretty good.
I was really looking for Break care break from Dragonball z and dragon soul ( which is like from dragon ball z kai), I mean like its not that bad but I like the original version better, I really wish iTunes had it! I also wish they had the official English versions of the songs on iTunes, Apple please put these songs!
Compared to the actual songs... These are just awful. Do yourself a favor and look up the real versions of these songs.
By Dragonball fanssj500
Number 1 fav is Yeah!Break!Care!Break! It's a super good song I love it its so cool I wish I could buy it I just don't has enough cash 4 it :(
I never knew iTunes have anime music. Apple is awesome because of this 👍
By Kawaii Boushi
The remixes aren't great, I know. But before starting an angry caps lock rant about how iTunes is run by morons or whatever, keep in mind that they have to get the rights to sell the original music. I don't know if it's because American companies aren't trying hard enough, or because Japanese companies just don't want to sell us the rights to their music, but authentic anime soundtracks are incredibly difficult to find at a good price here in America. If the Japanese started letting companies like iTunes and Funimation sell the original music, everyone would be happy - they would make money, us consumers would have our music, and illegal downloading of the music would probably decrease at least a little. But until then, just be happy that iTunes knows what we want and is doing their best, and continue being vocal until someday someone catches on.