Fans of Naruto, rejoice, because for the first time ever, the full soundtrack of the popular animated franchise will be released on digital platforms.
Released via Milan Records, the label shared the exciting news on Instagram, announcing that the soundtrack will arrive on all major streaming platforms on Friday, September 24. Previously only available in Japan, the brand new album is finally giving fans around the world the chance to own the soundtrack.
As the Instagram legend says, “We’re excited to bring you all 19 soundtracks on Thursday, September 24 for the first time across all digital platforms in the beloved anime franchise!”.
Continuing, the publication acknowledges, “This is the first time that all of these albums have been made available digitally to fans around the world!” before revealing, “We’re working on some more Naruto surprises for you!”.
The music media company Fork also revealed more information about the all-new album, clarifying that the 19 songs from the soundtrack will cover each of the original animated series, Naruto, with the series continued Naruto Shippuden and spin-off Boruto: The Next Generations of Naruto. The upcoming soundtrack will also cover many Naruto animated films, including, Boruto: Naruto the Movie, Naruto The Movie: Ninja Clash In Snow Land and Naruto Shippuden: The Movie – The Will Of Fire.
This will by no means be the first rodeo for Milan Records, with the Los Angeles-based label specializing in film scores and soundtrack releases, having recently released scores for The green knight, Lupine and Parasite. They also touched on other anime soundtracks including My hero university, Akira and The attack of the Titans.
From 1999 as a manga series, Naruto has since gained cult recognition thanks to his anime adaptation that follows a young ninja, on his quest to become the chief of his village.