猫の安眠DISC | Neko no Anmin DISC



With all our might, a piano solo album after six years. Let it accompany you during the long autumnal nights.

Title: 猫の安眠DISC[眠れない人の為の12曲の東方ピアノソロ]
Romaji: Neko no Anmin DISC [Nemurenai Hito no Tame no 12 kyoku no Touhou Piano solo]
Translation: The cat’s good sleep DISC [12 Touhou piano solo songs for sleepless people]
Length: 50:51
Release date: 09/10/2016 (Touhou Kouroumu 12)

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A piano album with instrumental version of BUTAOTOME Touhou songs from their first 12 albums (from Touhou Kaiten Mokuba to Kemonomichi, Eight and ButaBEST excluded). The songs were selected thanks to fan polls, first on niconico during the weekly livestreams (for Paprika’s piano corner) and then a big form with 34 songs.

Tracklist
1. マモルベキモノ | Mamorubeki Mono – 3:33 [Meiji Juunananen no Shanghai Alice]
2. 歪~Y~ – 4:09 [Rigid Paradise | Desire Drive | Furuki Yuánshén]
3. 響縁 | Kyouen – 4:30 [Shoujo Kisoukyoku ~ Dream Battle]
4. 恋死に | Koishi ni – 4:56 [Last Remote]
5. 待チ人ハ来ズ。 | Machibito wa Kozu. – 4:21 [Mannen Okigasa ni Gochuui wo]
6. ムーンストーン | Moonstone – 5:38 [G Free]
7. パノラマガール | Panorama Girl – 3:51 [Ouka no Koidzuka ~ Flower of Japan]
8. 囲い無き世は一期の月影 | Kakoinaki Yo wa Ichigo no Tsukikage – 3:33 [Taketori Hishou ~ Lunatic Princess]
9. 幻想のサテライト | Gensou no Satellite – 4:24 [Tenkuu no Greenwich]
10. 真っ黒な雪 | Makkuro na Yuki – 4:56 [Wataru mono no Todaeta Hashi]
11. 二つ目の故郷 | Futatsume no Kokyou – 2:47 [Warabe Matsuri ~ Innocent Treasures]
12. 遥か遠い空の声 | Haruka Tooi Sora no Koe – 4:08 [Muken no Kane ~ Infinite Nightmare]

5 tips for a good night sleep
– Your sleep-wear must not be tightening. It’s easy to turn over if you choose soft materials.
– Make your room dark as much as possible. Turn off the eletricity in order to not have sounds coming from telephones and such.
– Before sleeping, prepare the things you’ll wear and use the day after.
– Turn off smartphone and PC 2 hours before going to bed. Avoid strong lights.
– If you can’t sleep, write a list of your problems. If you finish it, imagine that “you’ll solve them tomorrow”.