Cowboy Bebop OST Mix

Aboard the spaceship Bebop, a bounty hunter and his group of skilled comrades embark on adventures across the Solar System to capture criminals.

Tank 0:00 Cat Blues 3:30 Rush 6:06 Too Good Too Bad 9:40 Bad Dog No Biscuits 12:16 Space Lion 16:28 Pot City 23:40 Felt Tip Pen 25:55 Rain 28:36 Odd Ones 32:00 Real Folk Blues 35:10 Dont Bother None 41:28 Want It All Back 45:10 Gateway 49:10 Forever Broke 52:10 Blue 55:28 Autumn In Ganymede 1:00:32 NY Rush 1:04:26 Call Me Call Me 1:09:32 Road To The West 1:14:14 Farewell Blues 1:17:10 Pushing The Sky 1:22:42 Clutch 1:26:52 Yo Pumpkin Head 1:32:08 Diggin 1:36:14 What Planet Is This 1:41:20 7 Minutes 1:45:52 Gotta Knock A Little Harder 1:52:40 Papa Plastic 1:58:05 Kavutogani Kodainosakana 2:02:17 Slipper Sleeze 2:06:00 See You Space Cowboy 2:09:33 (Alternate version of Real Folk Blues, played in the last episode) composed by Yoko Kanno and Seatbelts

Cowboy Bebop (Japanese: カウボーイビバップ, HepburnKaubōi Bibappu) is a Japanese neo-noir science fiction anime[12] television series created and animated by Sunrise, led by a production team of director Shinichirō Watanabe, screenwriter Keiko Nobumoto, character designer Toshihiro Kawamoto, mechanical designer Kimitoshi Yamane, and composer Yoko Kanno, who are collectively billed as Hajime Yatate.

The series, which ran for twenty-six episodes (dubbed “sessions”), is set in the year 2071, and follows the lives of a traveling bounty-hunting crew aboard a spaceship, the Bebop. Although it incorporates a wide variety of genres, the series draws most heavily from science fiction, western, and noir films. Its most prominent themes are existential ennui, loneliness, and the inability to escape one’s past.

The series dubbed into English by Animaze and ZRO Limit Productions, originally licensed in North America by Bandai Entertainment (and is now licensed by Crunchyroll) and in Britain by Beez Entertainment (now by Anime Limited); Madman Entertainment owns the license in Australia and New Zealand. In 2001, it became the first anime title to be broadcast on Adult Swim.

Cowboy Bebop has been hailed as one of the greatest animated television series of all time. It was a critical and commercial success both in Japanese and international markets, most notably in the United States. It garnered several major anime and science-fiction awards upon its release, and received unanimous praise for its style, characters, story, voice acting, animation, and soundtrack. The English dub was particularly lauded, and is regarded as one of the best anime dubs.[13] Credited with helping to introduce anime to a new wave of Western viewers in the early 2000s, Cowboy Bebop has also been called a gateway series for anime in general.[14]