L.O.L.: Lack of Love - Original Japan Release (2000)

L. O. L. - Lack of Love - Original Japan Release
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L.O.L.: Lack of Love is the last in a trio of games developed by Love-de-Lic. It was directed by Kenichi Nishi and produced by Hiroshi Suzuki. The game was designed by Keita Eto and Yoshiro Kimura, the latter of whom had already left Love-de-Lic and began working on other projects with his company Punchline. The musical score for L.O.L.: Lack of Love was created by film composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, who was also the game's scenario writer. Nishi and Sakamoto met at Club Eden via a mutual friend and, through a series of e-mails, began discussing James Lovelock’s Gaia hypothesis. This theory states that the earth's living organisms function in harmony and respond to ecological changes in order for the planet to sustain life. “We should care for other people, life, the environment and nature,” Nishi explained about the game's message. “Sakamoto came up with the title. We wanted to question the way in which our lifestyle lacks love." - Wikipedia

Please note although the CD is in mint condition and un-opened, this is not a new release but backstock.

01. Opening Theme
02. Birth
03. Artificial Paradise
04. Transformation
05. Mission
06. Dream
07. Unity
08. Crisis
09. Experiment
10. Decision
11. Change
12. Storm
13. Ending Theme