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A Korean version of the album was released in Korea on October 11, 2011. On March 30th, 2012, was announced that Kalafina would be singing a new song moonfesta for a NHK’s children music program Minna No Uta.
On On January 7, 2012, was announced that Kalafina would release on March 21, 2012 their second LIVE DVD, this time coming out in Blu-ray as well, titled 「“After Eden” Special LIVE 2011 at TOKYO DOME CITY HALL」 containing footage from their “After Eden” Special LIVE 2011 held on November 25, 2011 at TOKYO DOME CITY HALL (old JCB Hall). Later, on May 18, was announced a single release for this song, c/w Yane no mukou ni, on July 18, 2012.
The album has been reportedly released also in US, Canada (i Tunes), Korea, Indonesia (physically).
For the promotion of the album were also given to fan that bought them from certain chain store and websites a Puella Magi Madoka Magica postcard as well as a mouse-pad in 4 possible designs, given along with both RE and LE. The c/w song titled manten, was melodically based on Fate/Zero OST I’s music track “let the stars fall down”, and was after the single’s release used as 3rd Ending Theme of the anime, at the end of episodes 18 and 19.The song was used as ending theme in episode 9 of NHK’s live action documentary series Rekishi Hiwa Historia for which Yuki Kajiura scored the music, instead of the ending background music that was used in the rest of the episodes.As Yuki Kajiura had methion, storia, is the “japanese language version” of the Rekishi Hiwa Historia theme of which lyrics are in Yuki’s made up language.The album came out in 3 editions, Regular, Limited with DVD and Limited with Blu-ray Disc, with the BD containing, apart from the Yume no Daichi PV, also a Documentary about Kalafina’s visit at Bonn, Germany.The album contained 13 tracks, 8 of which were new.