One of the most surprising shows to hit in 2012 was Lupin the Third – The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, at least in terms of its style and sensuality as it went in a way that many didn’t expect. What it also surprised with was just how excellent the soundtrack was for it, which was done by Naruyoshi Kikuchi. The series has produced forty-two tracks, which includes the TV sized version of the series theme by NIKIIE, all of which is now available on iTunes in the U.S. for the sweet price of just $9.99. If you’re looking for a good jazz flavored soundtrack from one of the best anime from 2012, this is the place to go.
Plot Concept: What happened when Lupin III met Fujiko Mine for the first time? Find out in the first new chapter of the Lupin III franchise in 25 years!