Three CD collection albums have been released for Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase in Japan. The first two releases contain the opening and ending themes, along with instrumental (or karaoke) versions of the songs. The third release was a soundtrack (though it was titled a "Best Collection"), which contains theme and incidental music from the series. This album was released in both regular and limited editions.
Anime Tsukuyomi–Moon Phase– Opening Theme "Neko Mimi Mode"
(アニメ「月詠(つくよみ) -MOON PHASE-」オープニングテーマ: Neko Mimi Mode)
VICL-35712, October 21, 2004, ¥1155
TV Tokyo Animation Tsukuyomi Ending Theme "Kanashii Yokan" / "Nami no Toriko ni Naru yō ni"
(TV東京アニメーション「月詠」EDテーマ「悲しい予感」 / 挿入歌「波のトリコになるように」)
VICL-35730, November 21, 2004, ¥1155
TV Tokyo Animation Tsukuyomi–Moon Phase– Best Collection "Zenbu, Kikitakunacchatta…"
(テレビ東京アニメーション「月詠-MOON PHASE-」BEST COLLECTION 「全部、聴きたくなっちゃった・・・」)
VICL-61558 (Limited Edition: VIZL-130), January 21, 2005, ¥3054
All tracks composed and arranged by Daisuke Kume except 2, 6 and 21. The limited edition release also came with a special 8 cm CD (see below), a special "cel" insert cover, and a set of "dress up" stickers for Hazuki.
Hazuki's Unused Neko Mimi Voice All-Inclusive 8cm CD
(葉月の未使用ネコミミボイス全部入り8cmCD, Hazuki no Mishiyō Neko Mimi Boisu Zenbu Iri 8cm CD)
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