Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition
Released by King Records, KICA-333 on December 21, 1996.
Retail Price 3000 yen.
Total Time 69:29
(Japanese-import only)

Addition was first released in a limited run with a movie ticket for the first Evangelion movie, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. It was the fourth Evangelion Music album to be released and it contains even more Fly Me to the Moon mixes. The 12 tracks on the CD are made up of 5 vocal tacks, 3 instrumental tracks, 4 drama tracks (the best being the Shuukyoku no Tsudzuki - Evangelion Drama Track). The album contains two main classical pieces George Frideric Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus (used in Evangelion Episode 22 during the 15th Angel's attack) and Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 (Ninth Symphony) in D minor Op. 125, "Choral," (Ode to Joy) (used at the end of Evangelion Episode 24). The track list is as follows:

  1. Zankoku na Tenchi no THESE (Cruel Angel's Thesis) (Director's Edit. Version II) (Vocalists Misato, Rei and Asuka) (Length 04:04)
  2. Shuukyoku no Tsudzuki - Evangelion Drama Track (Length 21:24)
  3. Fly Me to the Moon (Misato 4 beat TV. Size Version) (Vocalist Misato) (Length 01:32)
  4. Fly Me to the Moon (Asuka Bossa Techno TV. Size Version) (Vocalist Asuka) (Length 01:27)
  5. Chorus: Hallelujah Chorus (Messaih)(Handel)(Length 3:40)
  6. Chorus: Worthy is the Lamb... Amen (Messaih)(By George Frideric Handel) (Length 6:46)
  7. 4th Mov: Presto (Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125 "Choral") ("Ode to Joy") (Length 23:08)
  8. Tentoumushi no SAMBA (Ladybug Samba) (Bonus Track) (Length 1:16)
  9. Fly Me to the Moon (Main Version II) (Vocalists Misato, Rei and Asuka) (Length 04:30)
  10. Gekijouban Yokoku - Misato Katsuragi (Movie Trailer) (Length 0:29)
  11. Gekijouban Yokoku - Rei Ayanami (Movie Trailer) (Length 0:37)
  12. Gekijouban Yokoku - Asuka Langley Sohryu (Movie Trailer) (Length 0:30)

Note: Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition is the official full title of the CD. See Evangelion Music for further information about namespacing issues.

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