Useful as these resources were, I found that what I observed differed from both lists. Included (and spoiler'd for length) I have a full detailing of all of the differences I observed between my list and the other two. Also, I detail some of the specific peculiarities of how I chose to document the music, so that others may debate whether or not my choices are acceptable, or if the popular opinion supports changing it.
So, for a bunch of technical rambling, feel free to read on below the cut!
In general, Reichu lists consecutive occurrences of one track in the same row, but to conform to the standards already in place on the wiki page, I have separated them all out. Also, on Reichu's list, every time a song appears in any edition, it is listed as an occurrence across the board, even if that occurrence does not exist in some versions. For instance, in my list, if a version of FMttM appears in a Original episode at one point but not the corresponding Renewal version, and then later appears for the first time in a Renewal episode, it is listed as 1st to correspond with being the first occurrence in the Renewal version. If it also appears in the Original version of the episode as well, it is listed as 1st/2nd, to signify that it is appearing for the first time in Renewal, and the second time in Original. The most complex track for this is "A Fragile Ego Border." It appears in two alternate versions before EoE (once in the NPC version of 22, once in the theatrical version of Death). So, when viewing it in EoE, if the NPC version of 22 and the original version of Death are not counted, it is the track's first appearance. If only one of the two are counted, it is the track's second appearance. And if all three are counted, it is the third occurrence. All that being said, I understand that it is a bit of a confusing way to do things, and if the general consensus is that I should simplify it in the same manner Reichu did, then I will concede to changing it. Other changes of note, on an episode-to-episode basis:
C-1: Added this one in (was missing from the original version of the wiki page), even though it is brief. Reichu mentioned in the commentary that this occurrence was added for the Renewal version. Until I obtain a pre-Renewal version of the episode to confirm, I'll take her word for it, and list as Renewal only. Also, it was difficult to discern whether or not it is the "without latin perc" version, but after repeated viewings, it seems to be this version over the other.
UPDATE: After checking the pre-Renewal version, the accompanying shot has no music, so the Renewal-only tag stays. (As a side note, I think music was added to connect the idea that the visual being shown is what Kensuke is watching. Without the music it seems a lot more ambiguous).
Added a third occurrence of B-16 rhythm only. I will be obtaining pre-Renewal versions of the series soon, so once I check those, I'll see if it was a needed revision, or an oversight on Reichu's part.
UPDATE: Yeah, looks like it was just an oversight.
Reichu lists an occurrence of B-17 rhythm only following the main one, but from start to finish, that track is the main version, and no other music cue plays in the episode until E-6. Again, at a later time, I will check that against pre-Renewal versions.
UPDATE: Interestingly enough, in watching the pre-Renewal version of this episode, the track actually does appear exactly where Reichu lists it, playing as a piece of diegetic music (music audible to the characters) on some sort of radio program in the background. Upon going back to
Renewal, I observed that the new audio mix in this scene renders the radio program barely
audible... but it is still there, with B-17 rhythm only accompanying it. I think the fact that I missed it my first few passes can be excused considering just how close to being completely silent it is. At any rate, I will be adding it to the list.
Replaced the occurrence of E-9 with the "without intro" version. A minor difference, but the track that plays seems to fade in no earlier than the intro-less version, and since such a track exists on S² Works, I figure it might as well be used here. However, if it comes to light that there is any difference between these two versions of E-9 other than the removal of the intro that makes proves it not to be the version used in the episode, I will correct it.
UPDATE: Now this is interesting. In the Renewal version of this scene, the track E-9 fades in at a point after the "intro" plays. However, in the pre-Renewal version, this track just cuts in randomly near the end of the intro section. (The effect is incredibly jarring, and can definitely understand why they decided to use a fade in effect for Renewal). This version of the track is most definitely not the intro-less version, so I think that is enough of a reason for me to relabel this track as the full version, and not the intro-less version.
Added an unknown tag for the brief ice-cream-truck-like music that plays while Shinji is on hold, waiting for Gendo to pick up the phone. This is obviously nothing recorded for the show, and may be a common thing in Japan, but since it really falls into the category of music over SFX, I figured I'd include it here. Again, will be checking against pre-Renewal versions once I get those.
UPDATE: Yeah, its the same in both versions. Not too sure why I thought there would be a difference, but it never hurts to be thorough.
For the life of me, I cannot hear a single occurrence of RAJIO taisou in this episode. It is supposedly playing in the scene where Shinji wakes up in the hospital, but I simply can't hear it. Perhaps it shows up in the pre-Renewal version, but I think I can safely say it does not appear in Renewal at this point.
UPDATE: Okay, the track is DEFINITELY playing in the pre-Renewal version. That much is clear. But no matter how high I turn up my volume, I cannot hear it at all in the Renewal version. Granted, my Renewal version is the US Platinum version, but I doubt they would have altered the music and SF track of the episode like that (and yes, I even checked the dub to see if it was there either. It was not.) So, I'm going to say that this occurance is pre-Renewal only, and will be listing it as such.
Reichu's list notes that the song Shinji listens to on the train is unknown, but Reichu has since informed be that it is "Full Up Mind" off of GYUU. Listening to the track myself, I have confirmed as much.
Differences from the LD Insert:
While that image has been useful for this process, it is quite full of inaccuracies. I figured I might as well detail them here, for anyone who wishes to use it as a definitive resource.
LD Insert doesn't include C-1 either, but if that is indeed a change for Renewal, that makes sense.
UPDATE: As mentioned above, yes, it is.
Doesn't mention any occurrence of "You are the only one" or "Aoi LEGEND" even though both tracks appear twice and all in one scene. The two songs from GYUU are listed for this episode, though.
Doesn't mention the occurrence of E-5 rhythm only, even though it starts off the episode. Also, it lists the main version of B-16 for this episode instead of the rhythm only version. This won't be the last time it does this, either.
Perplexingly, it lists that of the three occurrences of B-16 in this episode, two of them are the regular version, while one is the rhythm only version. In fact, all three are the rhythm only version. The full version of "Misato" will actually not appear until episode 12 (which caused me to audibly shout, "Finally!" when I got to this episode during my listening process.)
Like Reichu, the list notes two occurrences of B-17 rhythm only. However, it also mentions two occurrences of the original version as well. My theory is that perhaps this list takes into consideration the fact that the track "pauses" during the title card, and resumes afterward, and counts this as two separate occurrences. See episode 24 for a similar note (one that nearly made it into my version of the list, too!)
UPDATE: As noted above, the two occurrences of B-17 rhythm only that it lists are, in fact, correct.
The list mentions a single occurrence of the full version of B-17 in addition to two rhythm only appearances, but all three instances are the rhythm only version, and Reichu agrees with me on that one.
I almost mislabeled a track because of this one. The list mentions a single occurrence of B-21, full version. I thought the error was that it failed to mention two separate occurrences, and listed it as such. It was only after checking Reichu's list that I realized that the first occurrence is actually the fast tempo version of the track, which the list fails to mention at all. Also, the list (like Reichu) mentions the full version of E-9 as opposed to the intro-less version, which only contributes to the ambiguity of the situation. Additionally, for some reason, there is no mention of E-7 in this episode. There is, however, a mention of B-2, which in actuality doesn't show up until episode 21 (perhaps it confused these two tracks, which are somewhat similar). Finally, we have the first occurrence of the list mentioning a track off of S2 Works that isn't in the episode, E-14. Which is pity, since I'm rather fond of that track (the guitar part sounds like something out of an oldschool Sonic the Hedgehog game.)
According to the list, the main version of B-14 does not appear in this episode (despite the fact that the track and the episode's title share the same name). Apparently this is a "piano" version of this track. However, no such version appears on S² Works. True, the track that plays in this episode is piano only, but it is also only playing the part of the song that is just piano. It does a similar thing later, listing a version of A-1 that is also only piano. No such track exists on S² Works either. The only thing I noted is that a musical phrase gets repeated one more time than it does in the actual song, which might be the reason for the distinction. If so, the same may hold true for B-14, though I'm not about to go through the episode again to confirm or deny this. (Also, I was hoping the LD Insert might shed some light on the mystery phone music, but alas, it does not).
UPDATE: Listening through this episode again, the version of B-14 that plays in the episode is identical to the normal version. I don't get what the LD Insert is trying to accomplish with this super-specific "piano" thing.
Strangely, it only lists one occurrence of B-16 (finally in its full version here), even though there is a sizable pause in the middle of when it plays. This kinda ruins that whole "pause theory" from episode 8, huh? Also, another "piano" version that doesn't exist on S2 Works, this time for B-1. Can't recall whether or not just the piano portion was played here and if it was altered in any further way, but once again, I'm not about to go check. Oh, it also says B-10 appears in this episode, when it totally doesn't.
UPDATE: The version of B-1 that plays in this track blatantly contains other instruments other than piano from even the very beginning. I don't really get what's supposed to designate as the "piano" version. Weird.
The list mentions a track in the second section that only occurs in this episode, which I assume to be the "Wedding March." I'm a bit surprised the list even bothered to mention it, but I guess it was making a serious attempt to be thorough. Sadly, it does not indicate what specific recording of the piece they used for this episode. Oddly, it lists the strings and piano version of B-4 that occurs in this episode as the main version. It does not do this for a another version of B-4 that appears in a later episode, though. It also mentions B-13, but that doesn't appear in this episode (or the entire series).
The list also mentions RAJIO taisou appearing in this episode. Am I just not hearing it or something?
UPDATE: Nah, just needed to watch the right version.
The list mentions B-19 (which doesn't appear in this episode) and fails to mention D-7 (which does appear in this episode). With only three music cues in this entire episode, you'd think it would have been an easy one to get right.
While everything in this episode is right, I find it interesting that it lists the music from The Messiah as two occurrences of a single track labelled "Oratorio (Messiah)". While this is technically correct, it doesn't really serve to distinguish between "Hallelujah" and "Worthy is the Lamb...Amen". The list even refers to "Addition" as the corresponding OST next to the listing, even though they exist as two separate tracks on that album. But I suppose that's just a trifle. Also, I find it especially interesting that it lists the version of A-4 that appears in the NPC scenes in this episode, meaning this list must have come out some time after those episodes were released.
What I find interesting about this episode is that it lists only one occurrence of E-13, and one occurrence of the "short composition, fast tempo, with piano" version of E-13. This only happens in the Video & LD versions, whereas other versions simply reprise E-13. Apparently, the list considers these versions "canon" as opposed to any other version of the episode.
UPDATE: With my pre-Renewal version, I was able to confirm the use of the alternate version of E-13, which was nice to be able to do. (Also, with this, I have a hard copy of the alternate Reiquarium scene now, which is pretty awesome.)
Now this is odd. The only piece of music in this episode is the Beethoven piece, which is the only track on the list for episode 24. What's odd is that it lists it as occurring 4(!) times. Now, my list includes two, but I had considered at one point putting in three. My reasoning for this was that after Kaworu opens the door to Terminal Dogma, the music pauses, and then resumes from a later point. I originally felt that was enough to warrant two separate entries, but when I thought about it more, it really only counts as a single arrangement of one track, so I decided to leave it as one. Perhaps the list does not, going along with the pause theory from episode 8 (that episode 12 also disproves). The other occurrence of the track is when Shinji listens to it on his SDAT while waiting for Kaworu, so then when is the fourth? Honestly, I think it lists a fourth occurrence because in the scene where it plays on his SDAT, it is not heard for a few frames, until Shinji removes his headphones. But since it continues playing as it would have, I think it would be silly to list that as a completely separate occurrence.
What's interesting is that the list includes a separate entry for the Beethoven piece for this episode and lists is as "different version". I have no idea what makes it so different, since it sounds exactly like the full track. Also, there is no mention of the synth voice only version of A-4.
The list doesn't include any mention of the regular version of A-10.
And since the list doesn't cover the movies, that should be everything.
I would be open to any questions/comments/suggestions. (Also, if you read through all of that, thank you for taking the time to do so).
(Also, posted this as its own thread as opposed to a reply in my other thread about this mainly so that the above notes would be more visible and more easily able to be referenced by those who may be looking to do so, as opposed to buried beneath several other posts. However, if this thread needs to be merged with the other in accordance with the rules, I understand.)[/b]