Jujutsu Kaisen - the soundtrack on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon Music

Jujutsu Kaisen - the soundtrack on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon Music

Jujutsu Kaisen - the soundtrack on Spotify

The Jujutsu Kaisen soundtrack is finally available also in the West both in digital format on all digital music distribution platforms including Spotify, iTunes and Amazon Music and in physical format thanks to the Scottish label Anime Limited.

The physical version of the soundtrack will be available by the end of the year in both double CD and double vinyl (for a total of 60 tracks). Inside the physical copy there will also be an exclusive sticker of the signed soundtrack cover that was created by the director of the anime series Sunghoo Park.

Here is the cover:

Jujutsu Kaisen - the manga and the anime

Jujutsu Kaisen is written by Gege Akutami and is in progress serialization in Japan from March 2018 on the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine while in Italy it is published by Planet Manga with the title Jujutsu Kaisen - Sorcery Fight with seven volumes to the credit.

If you don't know Jujutsu Kaisen here is a brief synopsis:

A boy fights… for “the just death”. Adversity, regret, shame: the negative feelings that humans experience become Curses that lurk in everyday lives. Curses are rampant all over the world and are capable of leading people to an incredibly adverse fate and even death. Furthermore, the Curses can only be exorcised by another Curse.

Itadori Yuji is a boy of incredible physical strength, despite living a common life as a high school student. To save a friend attacked by a Curse, one day, he swallows the finger of the Two-Faced Ghost, thus welcoming the Curse into his very soul. He has shared his body with the Two-Faced Ghost ever since. Under the guidance of the most powerful of sorcerers, Gojo Satoru, Itadori is admitted to the Tokyo Metropolitan Technical High School of Sorcery, an organization that fights the Curses ... and thus begins the heroic tale of a boy who becomes a Curse to exorcise the Curses, life from which he can never go back.

As for the anime series, Jujutsu Kaisen is made by Studio Mappa (Terror in Resonance) and the staff include Sunghoo Park (The God of High School) directing, Hiroshi Seko (Attack of the Giants : Lost Girls, Banana Fish, Vinland Saga) to the screenplays, Tadashi Hiramatsu (The Situations of Him and Her, Yuri !!! on Ice, The Unwanted Guest) to the character design and the trio formed by Hiroaki Tsutsumi, Yoshimasa Terui and Arisa Okehazama to the soundtrack.

You can see the first episode of the anime for free on youtube, find the link in our dedicated article.

Recover Jujutsu Kaisen - Sorcery Fight Volume 1 published by Planet Manga on Amazon!

Jujutsu Kaisen Releases Full Soundtrack on Spotify, Streaming

Jujutsu Kaisen is definitely a hit within the world of Shonen anime, as the first season has turned a number of heads following the release put together by Studio MAPPA, and now fans can listen to the bumping soundtrack whenever they want on Spotify and Apple Music with around sixty songs from the television series. While a second season for the series has yet to be confirmed at this moment, the popularity of the Shonen franchise created by Gege Akutami has already helped the anime confirm that a new feature-length film is in the works that will focus on the days prior to Yuji Itadori's arrival.

For those who might be unfamiliar with the series, Jujutsu Kaisen follows the story of Yuji Itadori, a high schooler who finds himself dragged into the world of the supernatural after running into a number of 'curses'. After ingesting a finger of the king of curses, Sukuna, Itadori now finds himself filled with cursed energy that he is attempting to gain control over by joining the ranks of the odd school in Jujutsu Tech. Meeting other Jujutsu sorcerers, Yuji is attempting to find all of the missing fingers of Sukuna while also battling against increasing supernatural threats.

The Unofficial Jujutsu Kaisen Twitter Account shared the news that the Shonen franchise created by Gege Akutami has released its soundtrack on Spotify and Apple Music, allowing anime fans to download and/or stream the music that helped propel the series to new heights of popularity:

Jujutsu Kaisen has continued to tell its story in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, with no signs of slowing the story of Yuji and his fellow sorcerers any time soon, which will surely give plenty of material for the anime series to translate. While the series is mostly known for its hard-hitting action and slick animation, the soundtrack has definitely given the world of anime more than a few amazing beats that have helped push the series in the public zeitgeist.

Will you be rocking out to the Jujutsu Kaisen soundtrack now that it is streaming online? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of Jujutsu Tech.

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