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List of my favorite songs from the many animes that I know, some of which are my all time favorite.

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K-On!Edit

What is K-ON! ?:

K-ON! (けいおん!) is a Japanese four-panel comic strip seinen manga written and illustrated by Kakifly. The manga was serialized in Houbunsha's seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara between the May 2007 and October 2010 issues. It was also serialized in Houbunsha's magazine Manga Time Kirara Carat. The manga relaunched from April 2011 to June 2012 with two separate storylines published in Manga Time Kirara and Manga Time Kirara Carat. The manga is licensed in North America by Yen Press.

A 13-episode anime adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation aired in Japan between April and June 2009. An additional original video animation (OVA) episode was released in January 2010. A 26-episode second season, titled K-On!! (with two exclamation marks), aired in Japan between April and September 2010, with an OVA episode released in March 2011. An animated film based on the series was released in Japan on December 3, 2011.

Bandai Entertainment had licensed the first season until their closure in 2012. Sentai Filmworks has since re-licensed the first season, in addition to acquiring the rights for the second season and film. The title of the series comes from the Japanese word for light music, keiongaku (軽音楽), which in the Japanese context is similar to pop music.

Cagayake! GIRLS:Edit

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K-ON! - Cagayake! GIRLS

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K-ON! - Cagayake! GIRLS (Ver.2)

Ho-kago Tea Time - Cagayake! GIRLS (5 nin.)

Cagayake! GIRLS
is the name of the opening theme for the anime adaptation of the K-ON! manga series.

The song is performed by Aki Toyosaki, Youko Hikasa, Minako Kotobuki and Satomi Satou, all of whom voices the main characters of the series, Yui Hirasawa, Mio Akiyama, Tsumugi Kotobuki and Ritsu Tainaka respectively. Although Aki Toyosaki (Yui Hirasawa) sings the entire song herself, with back-up vocals coming from the others.

The song's lyrics were written by Shouko Ohmori, while it was arranged and composed by Tom-H@ck. The song was released as a part of the anime's single album, where it was coupled with "Happy!? Sorry!!" and both songs' instrumental versions, "Cagayake! GIRLS", released on April 22, 2009. It is produced by Pony Canyon.

An enhanced version of the song was also made, which includes Ayane Taketatsu, who voices Azusa Nakano, along with Azusa's rhythm guitar instrumental piece, which is titled as "Cagayake! GIRLS (5 nin.)". Another version of the song is also shown and playable in the K-ON! Ho-kago Live!! video game, which was included in the game's album "K-ON! MUSIC HISTORY'S BOX", along with the rest of the "GAME Mix" versions.

Personal Opinion:

Don't say "lazy":Edit

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K-On! Ending - Don't say "lazy"

Yōko Hikasa - Don't say "lazy"

Don't say "lazy" is the name of the ending theme of the anime adaptation of K-On!

The song is performed by Youko Hikasa, who voices bassist Mio Akiyama. Much like it's opening theme counterpart, the other characters provide back-up vocals. It is undet the Pony Canyon label and released under the album of the same name.

It was released in April 22, 2009. It is used as the ending theme for the entire first season of the anime, before being replaced by "Listen!!" by Season 2. There is also an "enhanced" version of this song. Much like "Cagayake! GIRLS", the enhanced version includes Azusa's rhythm guitar instrumentals.

GO! GO! MANIAC:Edit

Listen!!:Edit

Utauyo!! MIRACLE:Edit

NO, Thank you!:Edit

Unmei wa Endless:Edit

Singing!:Edit

Heart Goes Boom!!:Edit

Seishun Vibration:Edit

Oh My Giita:Edit

Fuwa Fuwa Time:Edit

Pure Pure Heart:Edit

Fude Pen ~Ballpoint Pen~:Edit

Hayate The Combat Butler!Edit

What is Hayate The Combat Butler! ?:


Hayate no Gotoku!:Edit

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Hayate The Combat Butler! - Hayate no Gotoku!

Hayate The Combat Butler! - Hayate no Gotoku!

Hayate no Gotoku! is the name of the first opening theme for the anime adaptation of the Hayate The Combat Butler! series.

The song is performed by KOTOKO. It acts as the first opening theme for the anime's first half for the first season. It is a single that was released on May 23, 2007, produced by Geneon.

It placed the 7th spot in the Oricon charts on 2007. It acts as the opening theme for Episode 1 to Episode 26 of the first season. It later acts as the ending theme for OVA Vol. A of the fourth season in 2014.

Personal Opinion: Nothing can ever beat the classical, original theme of the anime series. Nostalgia all around! This song was one of the major reasons the anime (and manga) became so popular in the old days, and also the reason I began watching the series too (I once heard it playing on Animax one afternoon before I was about to turn off the TV and began watching it, that's how).

Shichiten Hakki Shijou Shugi!:Edit

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Hayate The Combat Butler! - Shichiten Hakki Shijou Shugi!

KOTOKO - Shichiten Hakki Shijou Shugi!

Shichiten Hakki Shijou Shugi! is the name of the second and last opening theme for the anime adaptation of the Hayate The Combat Butler! series.

The song is performed by KOTOKO, becoming the second song she has done for the series overall. It acts as the second and final opening theme for the anime, playing during the second half of the first season. It is a single that was released on October 17, 2007, produced by Geneon.

While the first opening theme placed 7th, this song placed the 8th spot in the Oricon charts on 2007. It acts as the opening theme for Episode 27 to Episode 52 of the first season. This and "Hayate no Gotoku!" are actually so far the only two songs in the entire anime series to be used the most, with a total of 26 episodes each.

Personal Opinion: The anime series kept on getting and better and guess what, so did the opening theme! First showcasing the bond between Hayate and Nagi, the rest of characters in the series (back then), and as well as displaying more action scenes, and even introducing Hayate's enemies and rival into the series fold.

Wonder Wind:Edit

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Hayate The Combat Butler!! 2nd Season - Wonder Wind

Hayate The Combat Butler!! 2nd Season - Wonder Wind

Wonder Wind is the name of the first opening theme for the second season anime adaptation of the Hayate The Combat Butler! series.

The song is performed by ELISA. It is a single that was released on May 20, 2009 (nearly two years after the release of the first season's first opening too), produced by Geneon.

It acts as the opening theme for Episode 1 to Episode 17.

Personal Opinion: Was kind of disappointed at first when I first began watching Season 2 of the anime, since it didn't have a bit of action scenes, unlike the first two opening themes of Season 1, but the song is a good fit for the start of the 2nd Season. It's a good piece on its own, since it does show a few vital parts of the story; the character relations.

daily-daily Dream:Edit

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Hayate The Combat Butler!! 2nd Season - daily-daily Dream

Hayate The Combat Butler!! 2nd Season - daily-daily Dream

daily-daily Dream is the name of the second opening theme for the second season anime adaptation of the Hayate The Combat Butler! series.

The song is performed by KOTOKO, being the third song she has done for the anime series. It is a single that was released on August 26, 2009, produced by Geneon.

It acts as the opening theme for Episode 18 to Episode 25.

Personal Opinion: The second season was becoming a great addition to the anime. That's to be expected of the (originally to me it was) ever popular butler comedy series. The second opening, however, took the big cake in 2nd Season, as it brought back what I was looking for in the first opening theme; the action scenes. Though added fanservice was in it, a little, it wasn't enough to disappoint me from enjoying the opening and the anime further... that's what I'll tell ya!

Haru ULALA LOVE yo koi!!!:Edit

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Hayate The Combat Butler! Cuties - Haru ULALA LOVE yo koi!!!

Hayate The Combat Butler! Cuties - Haru ULALA LOVE yo koi!!!

Haru ULALA LOVE yo koi!!! is the name of the opening theme for the fourth season anime adaptation of the Hayate The Combat Butler! series.

The song is performed by Itou Shizuka, becoming the second song to become a theme used in the anime that she has done for the series. It was released on May 29, 2013 (6 years after the first season's first opening was released and 4 years after the second season's first opening was released), produced by Geneon.

It is part of an album that was released on the aforementioned date, along with "Dakirai wa koi no hajimari" (which would later act as Episode 5's ending theme and OVA Vol.B's ending theme).

Personal Opinion: While Cuties itself wasn't as strong as Season 1 and 2nd Season was (it was on par with CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU for review's sake), the song is pretty awesome on its own. It actually shows off the harem part of the series, rather than just the action scene and humor for once. It's also quite good to note that, Cuties focuses on the other cast of characters rather than just Hayate, Nagi, Hinagiku and Maria for once too.

To Love-RuEdit

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The Pet Girl of SakurasouEdit

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Love Live! School Idol ProjectEdit

What is Love Live! School Idol Project?:

Love Live! School Idol Project (ラブライブ! School Idol Project) is a Japanese multimedia project co-developed by ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's Magazine, music label Lantis, and animation studio Sunrise.

The project revolves around a group of fictional schoolgirls who become idols in order to save their school from shutting down. It launched in the August 2010 issue of Dengeki G's Magazine, and went on to produce music CDs, anime music videos, two manga adaptations, and video games.

A 13-episode anime television series produced by Sunrise and directed by Takahiko Kyōgoku aired in Japan from January 6 to March 31, 2013, with a second season airing from April 6 to June 29, 2014 with 13 episodes as well.

An animated film titled Love Live! The School Idol Movie (ラブライブ! The School Idol Movie) was released in nationwide cinemas (and eventually to select worldwide cinemas as well) in June 13, 2015 and became the 9th highest-grossing Japanese film during 2015. The film also takes place after the end of Season 2 of the anime series.. An original video animation was also released on November 27, 2013, and takes place between Season 1 and Season 2.

Both anime series and film are licensed in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand by NIS America, MVM Entertainment and Madman Entertainment, respectively. An animated film titled Love Live! The School Idol Movie was distributed by Shochiku and released in June 2015. A separate project titled Love Live! Sunshine!! focuses on a new group of school idols.

Bokura wa Ima no Naka de:Edit

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Love Live! Opening - Bokura wa Ima no Naka de

Bokura wa Ima no Naka de (Eng. We're All In This Moment) is the name of the opening theme for the Love Live! School Idol Project anime series.

The song is performed by the members of the idol group μ's voice actresses. The song is written by Aki Hata, and it is composed and arranged by Mori Shintarou. It was released on January 23, 2013 on both CD and DVD for the anime's album release.

It is used for the anime series' first season, with the group's leader, Honoka Kousaka, in the center of the performance. The song is also used as an insert song in Episode 12 of Season 2 and serves as that episode's ending theme, prompted as an encore after µ's performance in the second Love Live event, following their performance of "KiRa-KiRa Sensation!" and their victory in the second Love Live event.

START: DASH!!:Edit

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Love Live! School Idol Project - START DASH!! (μ's Ver.)

μ - START: DASH!!

START: DASH!! is an insert song in the first season of the Love Live! School Idol Project anime series.

The song is performed by all members of μ's, as shown in the final episode of Season 1. However, originally the song was sung by Maki Nishikino, who did a solo sample of it for Honoka, Kotori and Umi's debut concert for their School Idol Club at Episode 3.

This is later performed by Honoka, Kotori and Umi during their first debut concert in their school's auditorium, although with a lack of any audience, except for Maki, Eli, Nozomi, Hanayo, Rin and a spying Nico and three of Honoka's own classmates. Ultimately, the group performs this at the end of Season 1 in their school's auditorium once again, this time now with Maki, Hanayo, Rin, Nico, Nozomi and Eli as part of the group and with a large audience cheering them on.

The song is written by Aki Hata, and is composed and arranged by Hiroshi Sasaki. Honoka Kousaka is placed in the center of the group during the performance of both the first and second concert when they performed this song. It was released on February 20, 2013 as μ's eighth album, and later as another variant on April 3, 2013. The former having only Honoka, Kotori and Umi performing the song, while the latter having all members performing the song.

Susume→Tomorrow:Edit

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Love Live! School Idol Project - Susume→Tomorrow

Honoka Kousaka, Umi Sonoda and Kotori Minami - Susume→Tomorrow

Susume→Tomorrow (Eng: Advance→Tomorrow) is an insert song in the first season of Love Live! School Idol Project anime series.

The song is performed by Honoka Kousaka, Umi Sonoda and Kotori Minami during Season 1 - Episode 1: "Come True! Our Dreams!" both at the very beginning and end of the episode. The first being sung only by Honoka during the opening verse before an introduction is given and the second being used as the episode's ending theme, where it is then sung completely by Honoka, Umi and Kotori.

It is also used as an insert song for the first season's finale episode, "μ's Music Start!". It is briefly sung by Honoka and Umi and a separated Kotori, and plays as well when Honoka goes off to apologize and persuade Kotori to stay in Japan and continue being school idols with Umi.

The song is written by Aki Hata and is composed and arranged by Takao Kawada.

Kitto Seishun ga Kikoeru:Edit

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Love Live! School Idol Project - Kitto Seishun ga Kikoeru

μ's - Kitto Seishun ga Kikoeru

Kitto Seishun ga Kikoeru (Eng: Surely Our Youth Will Be Heard) is the name of the ending theme of Love Live! School Idol Project anime series.

The song is performed by the members of Otonokizaka Academy's school idol group, μ's. The lyrics are written by Aki Hata, composed and arranged by Kyou Takada. It is the second ending theme for the first season of the anime. Despite being a song that is performed by μ's, there have been times in the first season of the anime that a different member of the group will sing the song, either by themselves or with another member.

Examples given are that Honoka, Umi and Kotori sing the song by themselves for Episode 2, while Nico sings the song by herself during Episode 5. Others are: Maki, Hanayo and Rin sing the song during Episode 4, Eli and Nozomi during Episode 7, Honoka by herself during Episode 12, Kotori by herself during Episode 9 and most of the group except Eli and Nozozmi during Episode 6. The rest have been sung completely by all members (Episodes 3, 8, 10, 11 and 13).

It replaces "Susume→Tomorrow" as the ending theme from Episode 1. The song is produced by Lantis and was released on February 6, 2013.

Shakugan no ShanaEdit

What is Shakugan no Shana?:

Shakugan no Shana, also known simply as Shana (シャナ), is a Japanese light novel series written by Yashichiro Takahashi with illustrations by Noizi Ito. ASCII Media Works published 26 novels from November 2002 to November 2012 under their Dengeki Bunko imprint. The story focuses on Yuji Sakai, a high school boy who inadvertently becomes involved in an age-old conflict between forces of balance and imbalance in existence. In the process, he befriends a fighter for the balancing force and names her "Shana". The series incorporates fantasy and slice of life elements into its tale.

Two manga adaptations were published by ASCII Media Works in Dengeki Daioh and Dengeki Maoh. Between 2005 and 2012, the series was adapted by J.C.Staff into three 24-episode anime television series, a four-episode original video animation (OVA) series, an animated film and an additional stand alone OVA episode. Geneon originally licensed the first television series for release in North America, but the license was later transferred to Funimation, who also licensed the remaining anime properties. Critics praised the series for its execution of typical story elements and how it continuously becomes better over time. However, the series is described as having issues with pacing.

Genre: Action, Drama, Romance, Supernatural

Original run: November 9, 2002 - November 10, 2012 (Origina Light Novel series), April 2005 - October 2011 (Manga series), October 6, 2005 - March 23, 2006 (Anime series / Shakugan no Shana), December 8, 2006 (Original video animation / Shakugan no Shana SP), April 21, 2007 (Anime film / Shakugan no Shana: The Movie), September 19, 2007 - September 2012 (Manga series / Shakugan no Shana X Eternal song: Harukanaru Uta), October 5, 2007 - March 28, 2008 (Anime series / Shakugan no Shana II Second), October 23, 2009 - September 29, 2010 (Original video animation / Shakugan no Shana S), October 8, 2011 - March 24, 2012 (Anime series / Shakugan no Shana III Final)

Hishoku no Sora:Edit

JOINT:Edit

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Shakugan no Shana II - JOINT

Kawada Mami - JOINT

JOINT is the name of the first opening theme of the second season anime adaptation of the Shakugan no Shana series.

The song is performed by Kawada Mami, being her second song overall for the anime series to be used as a theme. The song is composed by Tomoyuki Nakazawa, who also arranged the lyrics with Takeshi Ozaki. The lyrics were written by Kawada herself.

The song is produced by Rondorobe and was released on October 31, 2007. It is used as the opening theme from Episodes 1 to 15 of the second season and used as an insert song for Episode 20. It is later replaced by "BLAZE", performed by KOTOKO from Episodes 16 to 24.

Light My Fire:Edit

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Shakugan no Shana III - Light My Fire

KOTOKO - Light My Fire

Light My Fire is the name of the first opening theme of the third and final season anime adaptation of the Shakugan no Shana series.

The song is performed by KOTOKO. The song is composed and written by ryo of Supercell, the lyrics were also arranged by ryo. The song is produced by Warner Home Video and its full album was released on November 16, 2011.

The song is used for the first part of the final season of the anime, spanning from Episode 1 to Episode 12, where it is replaced by "Serment" (performed by Mami Kawada) from Episode 13 to Episode 24.

Personal Opinion: One of my all time favorite Japanese songs used in one of my favorite anime series while growing up (the anime began back in 2005 and ended in 2012, so yes, it counts as a part of my childhood). Although "Serment" was a bit of a set back in terms of tone for the final moments of the anime's last season and ultimate arc, the first opening theme of the final season, THIS song RIGHT HERE, was the BEAST. It literally topped off "JOINT" from the second season easily once I first heard the song back then. And guess what? The song has become the center of inspiration for me to create, what I will surely believe to be, the most ultimate story arc for my own series... *spoilers have been censored, sorry*

Undefeated Bahamut ChronicleEdit

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Trinity SevenEdit

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The Asterisk WarEdit

What is The Asterisk War?:


Brand-new World:Edit

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The Asterisk War - Brand-new World

Shiena Nishizawa - Brand-new World

Brand-new World is the name of the opening theme for the anime adaptation of The Asterisk War.

The song is performed by Shiena Nishizawa. The song acts as the opening theme for the first season of the anime, which spans from Episode 1 to Episode 12.



Pesonal Opinion: Star Wars + Light Novel + Japan + Adaptation = A series filled with action (and laser swords). The anime adaptation of The Asterisk War, despite some flaws, is a pretty decent anime itself; characters are very likeable, action scenes are good and the story is good as well. However, don't expect much, considering that A-1 Pictures is the one handling the anime series (they're pretty much, as I've said, notorious for being a bit "lazy" and dragging some elements down). The first part of the anime is pretty good since, we do start off with the introductory of the characters, the school itself, the city floating on the water and the beginning of the Festa Tournament. And trust me... the 2nd Season continuation makes it better...

The Asterisk War:Edit

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The Asterisk War 2nd Season - The Asterisk War

Shiena Nishizawa - The Asterisk War

The Asterisk War is the name of the opening theme for the second season anime adaptation of The Asterisk War.

The song is performed by Shiena Nishizawa, the second song she has done for the anime series overall. The song acts as the opening theme for the second season of the anime, which spans from Episode 13 to Episode 24.


Personal Opinion: Things have gotten better, especially with the song now being entitled to the series, and combined with the amazing music performance by Nishizawa-san, you can bet the story of The Asterisk War has made its way to where its best at; the Festa semi-finals and final rounds. However, the song is a bit "slower" in terms of tone compared to Brand-new World (above this one), so its a bit disappointing, however the opening is awesome, so you can't say that it is lame.

Hyperdimension Neptunia: The AnimationEdit

What is Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation?:


Dimension tripper!!!!:Edit

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Hyperdimension Neptunia The Animation - Dimension tripper!!!!

nao - Dimension tripper!!!!

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nao - Dimension tripper!!!! (Ver. 2)

Dimension tripper!!!! is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise.

The song is performed by nao. The song was composed by Takeshi Arai, and lyrics being written by nao herself and arranged by MACARONI.

The song is used as the main opening theme for the anime adaptation, with two versions of the TV Edit being used durings its run. It is later put in an album, alongside its instrumental version with "Hard beat x Break beat" (and its instrumental version) under the album name "Dimension tripper!!!!".

Personal Opinion: You know what's good? Video games. You know what's better? Living in a world where video game hardware and software were like humans you can hang out with. You know what's best? If you lived in a world where there are divided countries lead by Goddesses who are actually CPUs from some of the acclaimed video game hardware and software. That's Hyperdimension Neptunia, except not all of it. It's one of the most awesome and best video game series out there (in my opinion at least), and the coming forth of an anime was a big surprise for me and it didn't end as a big failure unlike most animes adapted from video games. Video Games, Goddesses, Action, Comedy, inside jokes of the Game Industry... and Goddesses... what world would you rather be in?

Unbreakable Machine-DollEdit

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Date A LiveEdit

What is Date A Live?:


Date A Live:Edit

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Date A Live - Date A Live

sweet ARMS - Date A Live

Date A Live is the name of the opening theme for the anime adaptation of the Date A Live series.

The song is performed by sweet ARMS, a japanese voice actress unit signed to Nippon Columbia. The song is written by Shio Watanabe, composed and arranged by Go Sakabe and produced by Nippon Columbia, released on May 8, 2013.

The song would later be put in an album coupled with the video game Date A Live: Rinne Utopia 's opening theme, "Date in Utopia", as part of the Date A Live OP album.

SAVE THE WORLD:Edit

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SAVE MY HEART:Edit

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Trust in you:Edit

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Date A Live II - Trust in you

sweet ARMS - Trust in you

Trust in you is the name of the opening theme for the second season anime adaptation of the Date A Live series.

The song is performed by sweet ARMS. The song is written by Shio Watanabe, with lyrics composed and arranged by Go Sakabe. It is produced by Nippon Columbia, with the album released on May 6, 2014.

The song is later coupled with "Installation" for its full album release, along with its "Another Version" versions, and instrumental versions.

Day to Story:Edit

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Sword Art OnlineEdit

What is Sword Art Online?:


crossing field:Edit

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Sword Art Online - crossing field

LiSA - crossing field

crossing field is the name of the first opening theme for the anime adaptation of the Sword Art Online light novel series.

The song is performed by LiSA with compositions done by Watanabe Sho. The songs album was released on August 8, 2012 and again on August 21, 2012. It is produced by Aniplex Inc.

The song is used for the first season's opening theme, being the first followed by "INNOCENCE". It is used for Episode 2 to Episode 14 as its opening theme, but also used for Episode 1 as its ending theme and then again on Episode 25 during the first season's finale.

Yume no Sekai:Edit

INNOCENCE:Edit

Overfly:Edit

IGNITE:Edit

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Sword Art Online II Opening 1 - IGNITE

Eir Aoi - IGNITE

IGNITE is the name of the first opening theme for the second season of Sword Art Online.

The song is performed by Eir Aoi, who performed the first season's second opening, "INNOCENCE", with lyrics by Tomoyuki Ogawa and Eir Aoi herself. The song is composed by Tomoyuki and arranged by Saku. The song is under the SONY MUSIC JAPAN label and is a part of the anime's first album as its opening.

The song is used for Episodes 2 to 14, but was used as Episode 1's ending theme. It is primarily used during the "Phantom Bullet / Gun Gale Online" arc. It is later replaced by "courage" by Episode 15 onward as the second season's opening theme for both the "Calibur" and "Mother's Rosario" arcs.

Startear:Edit

courage:Edit

Love, Chuunibyou and Other Delusions!Edit

What is Love, Chuunibyou and Other Delusions?:


Sparkling Daydream:Edit

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Love, Chuunibyou and Other Delusions! - Sparkling Daydream

ZAQ - Sparkling Daydream

Sparkling Daydream is the name of the opening theme for the anime adaptation of Love, Chuunibyou and Other Delusions!.

The song is performed by ZAQ. It was also written, composed and arranged by ZAQ, herself. It acts as the first opening theme for the anime series, up until the second season of the anime.

The song is a part of the anime's opening theme album, where it was coupled by "Monochrome Monster", another song performed by ZAQ which was released on October 24, 2012.

Personal Opinion: Nothing says a good vibe than just going out and saying "I'm free to be alive this day and being who I am.". Chuunibyou is all about, but, however, dealing with some of what we know in reality still today as people who oppose people for being simply as themselves; they're judged immediately and scorned for it without being given any consent whatsover. Chuunibyou encourages people to just be themselves and the song also fits the type of series this is.

INSIDE IDENTITY:Edit

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Love, Chuunibyou and Other Delusions! - INSIDE IDENTITY

Black Raison d'etre - INSIDE IDENTITY

INSIDE IDENTITY is the name of the ending theme for the anime adaptation of Love, Chuunibyou and Other Delusions.

The song is performed by Black Raison d'etre; comprised of Maaya Uchida, Chinatsu Akasaki, Sumire Uesaka and Azumi Asukara, who voices Rikka Takanashi, Shinka Nibutani, Sanae Dekomori and Kumin Tsuyurin respectively.

Written, arranged and composed by ZAQ (who performed the opening theme for the anime) and was released November 21, 2012, the song itself is the first in the series in which the characters sing a theme for the anime, it was also coupled with "OUTSIDER" as part of the "INSIDE IDENTITY" album. The song was also included in the "Sparkling Daydream" album; the album for the anime's opening theme.

Personal Opinion: Nothing beats a song that's about just being yourself, regardless of the inevitable judgement the people around the world may give you; it's all about being who you are deep down. This one makes that statement clear, and with an epic beat and awesome lyrics to match too. Chuunibyou's always been about just being yourself, whether you have 8th grade syndrome or not. Never mind what people say, just let them know once and for all... that who they see isn't really you... and reveal to them, that you, have an INSIDE IDENTITY!

PokémonEdit

What is Pokémon?:


Aim To Be A Pokémon Master:Edit

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Pokémon - Aim To Be A Pokémon Master

Rica Matsumoto - Aim To Be A Pokémon Master

Aim To Be A Pokémon Master (Kanji: "Mezase Pokémon Mastutaa") is the name of the first opening theme of the Pokémon anime series.

The song is performed by Rica Matsumoto with lyrics by Akihito Touda, with composition done by Hirokazu Tanaka and arrangement by Cher Watanabe. It is the first opening theme of the anime series and is the most iconic opening and song of the entire Pokémon anime series due to it being the very first opening of all, similar as to why the English dub's counterpart to this song, "Pokémon Theme", is also considered the most iconic song due to it also being the very first opening and both being the most catchy among the rest of the would-be opening themes in both the original Japanese and English dub versions.

It is used as the opening theme for the entire Season 1/Indigo League saga before being replaced by "The Rivals" for Season 2/The Orange Islands Journey saga. A remixed version of the song is also performed by Rica Matsumoto for the first Pokémon movie, "Pocket Monsters the Movie: Mewtwo's Counterattack", which is titled as "Aim To Be A Pokémon Master '98". Another remixed version performed by Whiteberry is used for the third season of the anime series during the Johto League saga.

A full remastered version is also used for the second official trailer for the 20th Pokémon Movie, "Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!", which is once again performed by Rica Matsumoto for the 20th anniversary movie of the Pokémon anime series.

Pokémon Theme:Edit

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Pokémon - Pokémon Theme

Jason Paige - Pokémon Theme

Pokémon Theme is the name of the first opening theme of the Pokémon anime series.

The song is performed by Jason Paige, with lyrics by John Loeffler who composed the song alongside John Siegler, the latter which arranged it on the final tracking. It is the first opening theme for the American/English dub version of the anime series, being the counterpart of "Aim to be A Pokémon Master!" (Mezase Pokémon Master!) from the original Japanese airing.

It is replaced by "Pokémon World" during the second season of the anime series. The movie "Pokémon The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back!" also uses the song with its own remixed version, which is performed by Billy Crawford. It is used for Episode 1 to Episode 79, being the English dub's most used opening ever. It is also known to be the most prominent theme song in the entire Pokémon franchise's song on the United States as the lyrics and musical compositions of the song are remixed for the next generations, such as "Pokémon World", "Born to Be a Winner" and the English dub's opening theme for the XY series which is a revision of the original.

Pokémon World:Edit

Pokémon Johto:Edit

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Pokémon The Johto Journeys - Pokémon Johto

PJ Lequerica - Pokémon Johto

Pokémon Johto is the name of the first opening theme of the Pokémon Johto anime series.

The song is performed by PJ Lequerica, with lyrics by John Loeffler and John Siegler who also composed it for the song. It is the first opening theme in the Johto Region/League saga of the anime's original series, with it being the third overall opening for the English dub, replacing "Pokémon World" from the Orange Island saga as the opening theme.

It is replaced by "Born to Be a Winner" during the English Dub's second season of the Johto saga, Pokémon Johto League Champions. It is used for Episode 117 to Episode 157 of the Original Series.

Born to Be a Winner:Edit

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Pokémon Johto League Champions - Born to Be a Winner

David Rolfe - Born to Be a Winner

Born to Be a Winner is the name of the second opening theme of the Pokémon Johto anime series.

The song is performed by David Rolfe, with lyrics and composition by John Loeffler and John Siegler. It is the second opening theme in the Johto Region/League saga of the anime's original series, with it being the fourth overall opening for the English dub, replacing "Pokémon Johto" in the first season of the dub as the opening theme.

It is used for Episode 158 to Episode 209 of the Original series, and later being replaced by "Believe in Me" during the English Dub's third season of the Johto saga, Pokémon Master Quest.

Believe in Me:Edit

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Pokémon Master Quest - Believe in Me

David Rolfe - Believe in Me

Believe in Me is the name of the third and final opening theme of the Pokémon Johto anime series.

The song is performed by David Rolfe, with lyrics by John Loeffler and Rolfe himself. It is composed by Loeffler and arranged by Rolfe and acts as the third and final opening theme of the Johto Region/Leage saga of the anime's original series. It is overall the fifth opening for the English dub, replacing "Born to Be a Winner" in the second season of the dub.

It is also the last opening theme of the Original Series, prior to the beginning of the Advanced Generation series. It is used for Episode 210 to Episode 274 of the Original series and later replaced by "I Wanna Be a Hero" for the first season of the English Dub of the Advanced Generation series (called as "Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire").

I Wanna Be a Hero:Edit

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Pokémon Advanced - I Wanna Be a Hero

David Rolfe - I Wanna Be a Hero

I Wanna Be a Hero is the name of the first opening theme of the Pokémon Advanced Generation anime series.

The song is performed by David Rolfe, with lyrics by John Siegler and David Rolfe, both of whom also composed the lyrics. It is the first opening theme of the Advanced Generation series and being the overall sixth opening theme in the English Dub in the anime series, replacing "Believe in Me" from Pokémon Master Quest.

It is used for Episode 1 to Episode 40 of the Advanced Generation series and later replaced by "This Dream" during the English Dub's second season of the series, Pokémon Advanced Challenge.

This Dream:Edit

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Pokémon Advanced Challenge - This Dream

David Rolfe - This Dream

This Dream is the name of the second opening theme of the Pokémon Advanced Generation anime series.

The song is performed by David Rolfe, with lyrics by both Rolfe and John Siegler. It is the second opening theme of Advanced Generation series and the overall seventh in the English Dub, replacing "I Wanna Be a Hero" from Pokémon Advanced.

It is used for Episode 41 to Episode 92 of the Advanced Generation series, later being replaced by "Unbeatable" during the third season, Pokémon Advanced Battle.

Unbeatable:Edit

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Pokémon Advanced Battle - Unbeatable

David Rolfe - Unbeatable

Unbetable is the name of the third opening theme of the Pokémon Advanced Generation anime series.

The song is performed by David Rolfe, with lyrics by both Rolfe and John Siegler. The two also arranged the lyrics for the dubbed version of the anime series. It is the third openeing theme of the Advanced Generation series, and technically the last in the Hoenn Region/League saga prior to the beginning of the Battle Frontier saga, which is still a continuation of the Advanced Generation series.

It replaces "This Dream" from Pokémon Advanced Challenge.

It is used for Episode 93 to Episode Episode 145 of the Advanced Generation series, before being replaced by "Battle Frontier" during the fourth and final season, Pokémon: Battle Frontier.

Diamond and Pearl:Edit

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Pokémon - Diamond and Pearl

Chris Barczynski - Diamond and Pearl ( 'as heard in Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl' )

Diamond and Pearl is the name of the first opening theme of the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl anime series.

The song is performed by Chris Barczynski, with lyrics being done by him as well. The song is composed by John Loeffler and David Wolfert. The song is used as the first opening theme for the anime adaptation version of the Pokémon game series' Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl video games that were released on September 28, 2006.

The song is used for Episode 1 to Episode 52 of the English Dub's first Diamond and Pearl season.

It is later replaced by "We Will Be Heroes" during Episode 53 onward for the English Dub's second Diamond and Pearl season, Pokémon DP: Battle Dimension. Pokémon

We Will Be Heroes:Edit

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Pokémon DP: Battle Dimension - We Will Be Heroes

We Will Be Heroes is the name of the second opening theme of the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl anime series.

The song is performed by Kristen Price, with lyrics done by John Loeffler and David Wolfert, who also composed the lyrics. The song is used for Episode 53 to Episode 104 of the English Dub's second Diamond and Pearl season. It is later replaced by "Battle Cry - (Stand Up!)" during Episode 105 onward for the English Dub's third Diamond and Pearl season, Pokémon DP: Galactic Battles.

The movie version is also sung by John Loeffler from Pokémon the Movie: The Rise of Darkrai.

We Will Carry On!:Edit

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Pokémon DP - Sinnoh League Victors - We Will Carry On!

Pokémon DP: Sinnoh League Victors

We Will Carry On! is the name of the fourth and final opening theme of the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl anime series.

The song is performed by Adam Elk, with lyrics composed by John Loeffler and Manny Corallo, with the lyrics being written by John Loeffler and David Wolfert. It is arranged by Manny Corallo. The song is used as the fourth and final opening theme for Episode Episode 158 to Episode 191 of the English Dub's fourth Diamond and Pearl season. It is later replaced by "Black and White" during the premiere of Pokémon the Series: Black and White.

It acts as the final opening theme of the entire Diamond and Pearl series for the English Dub.

Be an Arrow!:Edit

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Pokémon Best Wishes Season 2 - Be an Arrow!

Rica Matsumoto - Be an Arrow!

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Pokémon BW Season 2 - Episode N - Be an Arrow! (2013)

The second version of "Be an Arrow!"

Be an Arrow! is the name of the second opening theme of the Pokémon Best Wishes series.

The song is performed by Rica Matsumoto, with lyrics by Akihito Toda, composed and arranged by Hirokazu Tanaka. The song is used for the second season of the (erroneous) Best Wishes series, being used from Episoed 85 until Episode 123 before being replaced by "Summerly Slope" during the third season of the BW series, Pokémon Best Wishes: Decolora Adventures.

A second version was made during the second season's Episode N arc, which the series was titled as Pokémon Besti Wishes! Season 2: Episode N, which was used between Episode 109 to Episode 122.

V (Volt):Edit

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Pokémon XY - V (Volt)

Yusuke - V (Volt)

V (Volt) is the name of the first opening theme of the Pokémon XY anime series.

The song is performed by Yuusuke, with the lyrics also being written by him. The song is composed by Hirokazu Tanaka and arranged by Chokkaku. The song is used as the first opening theme for the anime adaptation version of the Pokemon game series' Pokémon X and Pokémon Y video games that were released on January 8, 2013.

The song is used for Episode 1 to Episode 28 of the XY series anime, with another version of the song (called "Mega V (Mega Volt)"; see below) being used later on as the second opening theme.

Personal Opinion: After a cringe worthy and awful run through the Unova region (no thanks to the nerf tactic the anime did to Ash and Pikachu at the start of the Best Wishes series that made the two look like complete noobs again like from Season 1), the Pokemon anime is able to rise up once again and have the faiths and love of their fans come back to them swiftly with the arrival of the XY series that makes both Ash and Pikachu look like the powerful and experienced trainer and Pokemon they really are (like from where they left off from the Diamond and Pearl series). However, I've come to finally see the English dub version to be as awful as fans of the series have come to know it as (thank you, Best Wishes english dub, for making me see that) and realize, and accept, that the original Japanese of the anime is now superior to the English dub (quite a twist, innit?). Though they did re-introduce the beloved Pokemon Theme from the dub... they did a darn poor job at it (just bring Jason Paige or Billy Crawford back, geez-us) and even, once again, ruining the anime's opening theme by making screwy cuts of it (Come on, Pokemon International, I know it's for kids mainly but even "target for kids" animes like "Mirumo de Pon!" stuck with the original japanese openings and kids found it awesome and catchy)... this would just later stack up with what they did to the theme below this one...

Mega V (Mega Volt):Edit

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Pokemon XY - Mega V (Mega Volt)

Pokemon XY Series - Mega V (Mega Volt)

Mega V (Mega Volt) is the name of the second opening theme of the Pokemon XY anime series.

The song is another version of the first opening theme "V (Volt)", still performed by Yuusuke. It still begins with the same opening lyrics, but afterwards uses the second and third verse and ends using the final chorus compared to the version used in "V (Volt)".

The song is used for Episode 29 to Episode 54 of the XY series anime, with Mad-Paced Getter later relpacing it as the third and final opening theme for the first part of the XY series.

Personal Opinion: Once again... the English dub is ruining the fun of the new opening themes from the original. And once again I say that I and a lot of people out there used to find the English dub opening versions from Season 1 to 8 being superior to the original japanese versions (because it's actually true, lol). But ever since The Pokemon Company International and DuArt Film & Video got a hold of the dubbing rights, the opening themes (and voice acting of the main characters as well), the English dub version of the anime... I have come to slowly hate as well, now considering in choosing the original Japanese version over my former favorite (don't even mention that "Be a Hero" is a better theme than "Mega V (Mega Volt)", because I will rip your head and put it on a spike; don't test me).

Mad-Paced Getter:Edit

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Pokemon XY - Mad-Paced Getter

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Pokemon XY Series - Mad-Paced Getter (Ver. 3)

Mad-Paced Getter is the name of the third opening theme of the Pokemon XY anime series.

The song is performed by Tomoshia Sako, who also wrote the lyrics for the song. The song is composed by Tomoyuki Ogawa and arrangement is by Saku.

The song is used for Episode 55 to Episode 93 of the XY series anime, with XY&Z later replacing it as the next opening theme for the second part of the XY series (titled as Pokemon XY&Z). Though being the third opening theme, it is consecutively the final opening theme for the first part of the XY series, as the second part of the XY series (XY&Z) later begins with Episode 94. The opening has over three variations to it; the first which can be seen at the left, the second variation can be seen here and third and last variation which can be seen at the right.

Personal Opinion: Calming yet can still leave you with hype. It's not as awesome as the two previous opening themes of the XY season (that mainly falls in terms of vocal and musical tone) but how they executed the show of what would be Ash's first pseudo-legendary Pokemon, his upcoming battle against Gym Leaders Ramos, Valerie, Olympia and ultimately Clemont to earn his fifth to seventh badges, the reveal of an upcoming trainer (would-be rival), and by the third variation the reveal that Alain (from the Mega Evolution side story) would soon cross paths with Ash this season, you can't say that the opening didn't leave you hype of what comes next for the group, mostly Ash. Even it's needless to be said now since it is now officially true, the XY season is becoming the best season of the Pokemon anime series so far, (apologetically) beating the Diamond and Pearl season (prior to the Best Wishes season that caused massive hate and disappointment).

DreamDream:Edit

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Pokemon XY - DreamDream

Pokemon the Series XY - DreamDream

DreamDream is the name of the third ending theme of the Pokemon XY anime series.

The song is performed by Shouko Nakagawa, with lyrics done by both her and Yuno Iwasato. The song is composed by Kentaro Suzuki and arranged by Katsuhiko Kurosu.

The song is used for Episode 47 to Episode 67 of the anime series as its third ending theme, replacing "Peace Smile!". Two variants of the song have been made, with the original which can be seen at the left and the second which is an updated variant which mostly changes Serena's appearance to fit in with her current appearance in the anime. Though overall the third, it is the last ending theme for the first part of the first part of the XY series anime, where it is later replaced by "Roaring All-Stars" at the start of the XY&Z season.

XY&Z:Edit

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Rica Matsumoto - XY&Z

XY&Z
is the name of the fourth opening theme of the Pokemon XY anime series.

The song is performed by Rica Matsumoto, with lyrics written and composed by Tomohisa Sako. Arrangements are done by Tomohisa Sako and Saku.

The song is used for Episode 94 to the current episode of the XY series anime. It is currently the opening theme used in the second part of the XY series anime, Pokemon XY&Z. While it is the overall fourth opening theme in the XY series, it is the first opening theme in the XY&Z season of the XY series.

Currently it has over five different variants (surpassing "Mad-Paced Getter"), with the fifth being currently used in the anime series. The first variant can be seen on the left, the second variant shows Serena's newly evolved Sylveon, the third variant shows Ash's newly evolved Noivern, the fourth variant replaces Zygarde's Complete Form over the Pokemon World and Wulfric's scene with Zygarde Complete Form battling Z2 in its 50% form as Bonnie watches it can be seen on the right and the fifth variant takes clips from the upcoming 19th movie of the Pokemon anime series.

Personal Opinion: Bringing back the awesomeness! "XY&Z" has got to be so far THE very best opening in the Pokemon anime series so far (Sorry "Unbeatable!" and "V (Volt)", I still love y'all). How and why is that so? Let me summarize; It finally shows Ash's entire Kalos team (all of which, except Pikachu, are now fully evolved, which for the first time is him using an entirely fully evolved team in a League Tournament), the upcoming stage of the Team Flare arc (best antagonist team in the anime so far!), the inevitable transformation of Squishy to its powerful Complete Form and the struggle that Ash is going through with his bond with Greninja over their newly found power as a team and the losses in battle that Ash has been lately suffering due to this (I seriously feel bad for him now). All of this. The XY series is moving the anime to where it could be its most potential and prime stand yet in nearly two decades. The Kalos League, the mysterious transformation of Ash's Greninja and Team Flare's diabolical plot now falls into place this season. What else could you ask for than this from the show? Pokémon

XY&Z (English Cover):Edit

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Pokémon the Series XY&Z - XY&Z English Cover by MidiGuyFDdp21

XY&Z English Cover by MidiGuyDFdp21

This song is a fanmade English cover of the Pokémon anime's nineteenth season's opening song, XY&Z.

The cover is sung by YouTuber MidiGuyDFdp21, with original lyrics written and composed by him. The cover that MidiGuy used is the TV version of the opening theme, specifically Variant 1.

He also uses the English Dub's logo of Pokémon: XY&Z, but uses most of the scenes from the original opening.

XY&Z -movie version-:Edit

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Pokémon XY&Z - XY&Z -movie version-

XY&Z -movie version- is the remixed movie version of the Pokémon XY&Z's opening theme.

The song is used for the Pokémon anime series' 19th movie, Pokémon The Movie: Volcanion and The Mechanical Marvel. Similar to the entire XY&Z arc, the movie version is used as the movie's opening theme, but plays right after the introduction of the Azaroth Kingdom, as well as Magearna and Volcanion's appearances in the movie.

The movie version is mainly the same, but with added instrumentals and minimized volume of the main instruments that are used in the original version. Much like the original, Rica Matsumoto performs the song, with the staff still being the same as before.

Personal Opinion: Just when you thought "XY&Z" couldn't get any better, sorry to break it to you, but it just did. IT. JUST. FREAKING. DID, FAM! With those added horn instrumentals in the already epic OP of the Pokémon anime series to date, the addition of those instruments just made it both epic and more authentic like never before, as though it was celebrating the victory of a certain cap-wearing hero [ wink wink ]. Also, a bit of trivia for y'all, this is gladly yet sadly the first and only movie in which Ash and his Greninja utilize the Ash-Greninja form. BUT, it is up against several Mega Evolved Shiny Pokémon. At least that's a bonus, right? Enjoy the authentic awesomeness, folks~

Alola!!: Edit

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Pokémon Sun and Moon - Alola!

Pokémon the Series: Sun and Moon - Alola!!

Alola!! is the name of the opening theme of Pokémon Sun and Moon.

The song is performed by Rica Matsumoto (Ash Ketchum) and Ikue Ohtani (Pikachu), with lyrics by Tomohisa Sako who also composed the lyrics and is arranged by Saku.

The song is used as the first opening theme of the 20th Pokémon anime season.

Pose:Edit

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Pokémon Sun and Moon - Pose

Okazaki Taiiku - Pose

Pose is the name of the opening theme of Pokémon 'Sun and Moon.

The song is performed by Okazaki Taiiku, who wrote, composed and arranged the lyrics himself. The song acts similarly to "V (Volt)" from the XY series as it uses the 18 different Pokémon Types in its lyrics.

The song is used as the first opening theme of the 20th Pokémon anime season. There are three variants of the song: Variant 1 is the original used between Episode 1 to 7. Variant 2 updates Lillie's slide with her holding a Pokémon Egg, as well as changing the Z-Move dance segment where the background is changed to show the Rotom Dex displaying each type background used between Episode 8 to 12. Variant 3 updates Lillie's slide once again, this time showing her Alolan Vulpix, Shiron, between Episode 13 to 17. Variant 4 updates Mallow's slide showing her Bounsweet now as a Steenee.

Vartiant 4 is the currently used version as of Episode 18.

Everyday Life with Monster GirlsEdit

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KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World!Edit

What is KonoSuba?:


fantastic dreamer:Edit

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Machico - fantastic dreamer

fantastic dreamer is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of the KonoSuba: God's Blessing on This Wonderful World! light novel series.

The song is performed by Machico and acts as the first opening theme of the anime series. The song is first used as the ending theme of Episode 1, before being used as the opening for the entirety of the anime from Episode 2 to Episode 9. Episode 10 removes the opening, however, but uses it as an insert song during when Kazuma, Aqua, Megumin, Darkness and the rest of the people in the Beginning Town all worked together to stop the Walking Destroyer.

It is meant to be replaced by "TOMORROW", a song also performed by Machico, for the anime's second season.

TOMORROW:Edit

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KonoSuba God's Blessing on this Wonderful World Season 2 - TOMORROW

Machico - TOMORROW

TOMORROW is the name of the second opening theme of the KonoSuba anime series.

The song is performed by Machico. It replaces "fantastic dreamer" from Season 1 as the anime series' new opening theme.

Blade Dance of the ElementalersEdit

What is Blade Dance of the Elementalers:


Kyoumei no True Force:Edit

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Blade Dance of the Elementalers Opening - Kyoumei no True Force

Kyoumei no True Force is the name of the opening theme for the Blade Dance of the Elementalers anime adaptation.

The song is sung by Hitomi Harada, written by Linden and composed and arranged by Maiko Iuchi.

An album version, combined with Hitomi's other single "Yoaki Hoshi", was released on July 23, 2014 as part of the anime's OP release. It is produced by Media Factory.

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No Game, No LifeEdit

What is No Game, No Life?:


This game:Edit

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No Game, No Life - This game

Konomi Suzuki - This game

This game is the name of the opening theme for the anime adaptation of No Game, No Life.

The song is performed by Konomi Suzuki and acts as the opening theme for the anime series. It is a single that was released on May 21, 2014. The song was composed by Wakabayashi Mitsuru, while the lyrics were arranged by Fukaao Yuki.

It was later coupled with "Delighting" (an alternate version of the song itself, also done by Konomi Suzuki) as a part of the anime's opening theme album.

Personal Opinion: If you were ever a shut-in or a NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training), who was only good in videos games but had common sense and was smart enough to truly understand what the world really is in oneself, then you know what kind of hardship it is to live in a world where society and the people in it are way too stupid and blatant enough to realize that the world is... good for nothing. Humanity itself, is also good for nothing. We're all living in a world where there are only actually four (4) ways in living in reality; live, work, die and repeat. Obvious as it is, did you ever wished for something more than can actually make you and the rest of the world's life more meaningful? No Game, No Life has showed me that; gamer step siblings Sora and Shiro are two of the many fictional characters that I can relate to in terms of attitude and personality, as well as their outlook on the world (despite the separate reality). The song is a good subtle way of showing that, for some, we're living in a world that we were never meant to be born in; we're in a world where we don't truly belong. Some, like me, yearn to be in a different reality that we actually fit in, one which we can actually find that excitement and meaning we've been so hopelessly looking for.

Myriad Colors Phantom WorldEdit

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The Irregular at Magic High SchoolEdit

What is The Irregular at Magic High School?:


Rising Hope:Edit

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The Irregular at Magic High School - Rising Hope

LiSA - Rising Hope

Rising Hope is the name of the first opening theme for the anime adaptation of The Irregular at Magic High School original novel and light novel series.

The song is performed by LiSA. The lyrics for the song were arranged and composed by LiSA herself, which is her fifth single overall in her music career. The song is produced by Aniplex. It is later put under her "Launcher" album. The song was later coupled with "Ameagari no Sora to Kimi" for its Anime edition album, but coupled with "Ashiato Compass", and the song's (Rising Hope) instrumental version, on its Limited Press edition album. Both albums, and the single, were released on May 7, 2014.

The song acts as the first opening theme for Episode 1 to Episode 12, with "grilletto" later being used for Episode 13 to Episode 24 as the second opening theme for the anime, which is performed by GARNiDELiA.

Personal Opinion: To quote the song itself "A tightly grasped message; that's rising hope!" (or for AmaLee's English cover version, "I hold the message that's our rising hope!"). It's impressive as the song shows itself to be. If you can understand the story of the series that it was used on, then you'd know what kind of tone in life it showcases; hope. What can I say? One of the things that I try to hold on in life is "hope", though it proves to be a burden at times, I still try to grasp its message to me and for everyone else and try not to let go of it. This song just drives that factor in me to never lose hope even further, so you can say that if you're ever feeling hopeless... Don't be. You can still fight ahead, because that's the message we hold as human beings... and it's called Rising Hope!

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Future DiaryEdit

What is Future Diary?

Future Diary (未来日記 ; Mirai Nikki) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Sakae Esuno. It depicts a battle royale in which each combatant has a diary with entries from the future. The manga was serialized in the Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace between January 2006 and December 2010. Twelve tankōbon volumes were released in Japan. The manga has been licensed by Tokyopop, and ten of the English volumes were released, with a release for the last two now uncertain due to Tokyopop ceasing publishing in North America.

A 26-episode anime television series produced by Asread aired in Japan between October 2011 and April 2012. Funimation has licensed the anime for distribution in North America. An 11-episode live-action television drama aired between April and June 2012.

Genre: Action, Psychological thriller, romance

Original Run: January 26, 2006 - December 25, 2010 (Original manga series), November 26, 2008 - July 26, 2013 (Mosaic, Paradox and Redial Manga side-stories), October 10, 2011 - April 16, 2012 (Anime series), April 21, 2012 - June 30, 2012 (Live Action drama series / Another:World series)

Kuusou Mesorogiwi:Edit

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Future Diary - Kuusou Mesorogiwi (AmaLee and NateWantsToBattle English Cover)

AmaLee and NateWantsToBattle - Kuusou Mesorogiwi (English Cover Version)

Kuusou Mesorogiwi is the name of the first opening theme of the anime adaptation of Future Diary.

The song was composed and arranged by Takaha Tachibana. The song was performed by Yousei Teikoku. The song acts as the first opening for the anime's first half. It has been regarded by most fans of the series to be the best song out of the rest in the anime series.

Personal Opinion: The song is a very good indication of what the story within Future Diary will tell; the story and characters, as well as the song itself as it already proves, is not to be taken lightly (no anime ever should unless it shows itself to be as). There is no hope, no good, no forgiveness and no mercy in the series; there is only winning and eliminating the other Diary holders in order to become the next God/Goddess of Time and Space. Because, I quote the song, it's a "SURVIVAL GAME" within a fantasy program created by the gods... to see who will be the successor of Deus Ex Machina.

Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the BlueEdit

What is Aokana?:


Contrail ~Kiseki~:Edit

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Aokana Four Rhythm Across the Blue - Contrail ~Kiseki~

Mami Kawada - Contrail ~Kiseki~

Contrail ~Kiseki~ is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the Blue.

The song is performed by Mami Kawada, with composition by Element Garden. It was released on January 26, 2016.

The song is also used as the first episode's ending theme, but eventually as the opening theme from Episode 2 onward.

Is The Order A Rabbit?Edit

Daydream Cafe:Edit

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Is The Order A Rabbit? - Daydream Cafe

Ayane Sakura, Inori Minase, Risa Taneda, Satomi Satou and Maaya Uchida - Daydream Cafe

Daydream Cafe is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of Is The Order A Rabbit?

The song is performed by Cocoa Hoto (Ayane Sakura), Chino Kafu (Inori Minase), Rize Tedeza (Risa Taneda), Chiya Ujimatsu (Satomi Satou) and Sharo Kijima's (Maaya Uchida's) voice actresses. The lyrics were done by Aki Hata, with composition and arrangement by Kaoru Okubo.

It is used for the first season of the anime as its opening theme before the second season which replaces the song with "No Poi!" as the opening theme.

Plastic MemoriesEdit

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Love Live! Sunshine!!Edit

What is Love Live! Sunshine?:

Love Live! Sunshine!! (ラブライブ! サンシャイン!!) is a Japanese multimedia project co-developed by ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's Magazine, music label Lantis, and animation studio Sunrise.

The project is a spin-off of Love Live! School Idol Project and revolves around a group of fictional schoolgirls who become idols in order to save their school from shutting down, just like the idol group from the original series. It is subtly implied in the anime that at least a few (3 - 4) years have passed since the original series, as noted that the Love Live event will have its 5th anniversary, as the first and second Love Lives were won by A-RISE and µ's respectively on the same year in the original series.

It launched in April 2015 with music CDs and anime music videos, followed by a manga version in 2016. A 13-episode anime television series produced by Sunrise and directed by Kazuo Sakai aired from July 2 to September 24, 2016.

Aozora Jumping Heart:Edit

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Love Live! Sunshine!! - Aozora Jumping Heart

Aqours - Aozora Jumping Heart

Aozora Jumping Heart (Eng: Blue Sky Jumping Heart) is the name of the opening theme for Love Live! Sunshine!!.

The song is written by Aki Hata, composed by Ken Itou and Hajime Mitsumasu. The song is arranged by EFFY. The song is performed by all members of the idol group Aqours' voice actresses.

The song was released on July 20, 2016, bundled with "Humming Friend", and both song's off-vocal versions. The group's leader, Chika Takami, is in the center of the performance.

Daisuki Dattara Daijoubu!:Edit

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Love Live! Sunshine!! - Daisuki Dattara Daijoubu!

Aqours - Daisuki Dattara Daijoubu!

Daisuki Dattara Daijoubu! (Eng: If You Love It, It'll Be Fine!) is an insert song for the anime adaptation of Love Live! Sunshine!!.

The song is written by Aki Hata and is composed and arranged by Kyou Takada. The song is Aqours' fourth single and is featured in Episode 3 of the anime series, performed by Chika Takami, You Watanabe and Riko Sakurauchi. It is the overall second insert song used in the name, following "Kimeta yo HAND IN HAND" from Episode 1 and is followed by "Yume de Yozora o Terashitai" in Episode 6.

The song was released on August 3, 2016, along with "Kimeta yo HAND IN HAND".

Mijuku DREAMER:Edit

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Love Live! Sunshine!! - Mijuku DREAMER

Aqours - Mijuku DREAMER

Mijuku DREAMER (Eng: Young Dreamer) is an insert song for the anime adaptation of Love Live! Sunshine!!.

The song is written by Aki Hata and composed and arranged by Kazunori Watanabe. The song is featured near the end of Episode 9 of the anime series, being performed by all 9 members of Aqours, who have all been recently, in the anime's story, joined by Mari Ohara, Kanan Matsuura and Dia Kurosawa. It follows "Yume de Yozora o Tereshitai" from Episode 6 and is followed by "Omoi yo Hitotsu ni Nare" in Episode 11.

The song was released on September 14, 2016, along with "Yume de Yozora o Tereshitai".

Omoi yo Hitotsu ni Nare:Edit

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Love Live! Sunshine!! - Omoi yo Hitotsu ni Nare

Aqours - Omoi yo Hitotsu ni Nare

Omoi yo Hitotsu ni Nare (Eng: Our Feelings, Become One) is an insert song for the anime adaptation of Love Live! Sunshine!!

The song is written by Aki Hata and composed and arranged by Takashi Saeki. The song is featured in Episode 11 of the anime series, performed by Aqours, except Riko Sakurauchi. It follows "Mijuku DREAMER" from Episode 9 and is followed by "Mirai TICKET" in Episode 13.

The song was released on November 9, 2016, along with "Mirai TICKET".

Little Busters!Edit

What is Little Busters?:


Little Busters!:Edit

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Little Busters! Opening Theme - Little Busters!

Rita - Little Busters!

Little Busters! is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of Little Busters!.

It is performed by Rita and is a remixed version of the original song from the original Little Busters! visual novel.

It acts as the opening theme of the anime adaptation of the visual novel, used primarily for the first season of the anime before being replaced by "Boys be Smile" for the second season, Little Busters! Refrain. The song is sampled from the original soundtrack list from the visual novel, as well as from the Ecstasy soundtrack list.

Baka and Test: Summon the BeastsEdit

What is Baka and Test?:


Perfect-area complete!:Edit

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Baka and Test - Summon the Beast - Perfect-area complete!

Natsuko Aso - Perfect-area complete!

Perfect-area complete! is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of Baka and Test: Summon the Beasts.

The song is performed by Natsuko Aso, with lyrics composed by Kenichi Maeyamada and lyrics written by Aki Hata.

The song acts as the first opening theme of the anime series, being used through the entirety of the first season until being replaced by "Hare Tokidoki Egao" by Hitomi Harada, Kaori Mizuhasi, Tomori Isomura and Emiri Katou for the second season.

Kantai CollectionEdit

What is KanColle?:


Miiro:Edit

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Kantai Collection - Miiro

AKINO - Miiro

Miiro (Eng: "Color of the Sea") is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of Kantai Collection.

The song is used as the anime series' opening theme for the entirety of the first season. The song is performed by AKINO from bless4, with lyrics by minatoku and SugarLover. The song was composed by both WEST GROUND and Yuuya Saito, with both also having collaborated with Mitsuya Itou in arranging the lyrics.

The song is published by Victor Entertainment and was released on February 18, 2015.

School-Live!Edit

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New Game!Edit

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Seiyu's LifeEdit

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Twin Star ExorcistsEdit

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Re: Zero - Starting Life In Another WorldEdit

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CharlotteEdit

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Flip FlappersEdit

What is Flip Flappers?:


Serendipity:Edit

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Flip Flappers - Serendipity

ZAQ - Serendipity

Serendipity is the name of the opening theme of Flip Flappers.

The song is performed by ZAQ and is used as the opening theme for the series from Episodes 1 to 13.

Squid GirlEdit

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Angel BeatsEdit

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Black BulletEdit

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Qualidea CodeEdit

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RewriteEdit

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Absolute DuoEdit

What is Absolute Duo?:


Absolute Soul:Edit

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Absolute Duo Opening - Absolute Soul

Konomi Suzuki - Absolute Soul

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Girls und PanzerEdit

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The iDOLM@STEREdit

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Himouto! Umaru-chanEdit

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Anne Happy♪Edit

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GJ ClubEdit

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This Art Club Has A Problem!Edit

STARTING NOW!:Edit

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This Art Club Has A Problem! - STARTING NOW!

Nana Mizuki - STARTING NOW!

STARTING NOW! is the name of the opening theme of the anime adaptation of This Art Club Has A Problem!.

The song is performed by Nana Mizuki who wrote the lyrics for the song. 

It used as the anime's opening song. It's album was released on July 13, 2016.

HanayamataEdit

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BanG DreamEdit

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Masamune-kun's RevengeEdit

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Gabriel DropoutEdit

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MM!Edit

What is MM?:


Help!! -Hell side- / Help!! -Heaven side-:Edit

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MM! Opening - Help!! (Hell Side)

Ayane Taketatsu - Help!! -Hell side-

Help!! -Hell side- is the name of the opening theme for the anime adaptation of MM!

The song is performed by Ayane Taketatsu, the seiyu/voice actress of Mio Isurugi. The song is part of the anime's first album which was released in October 27, 2010. The song is used for Episodes 1 to 4, before being replaced by its second version "Help!! -Heaven side-" which is still sung by Ayane Taketatsu, but this time alongside Arashiko Yuno's seiyu/voice actress, Saori Hayami.

The second version also replaces certain parts of the first version's animation sequence, notable examples include a scene between Taro and Arashiko walking home together and Mio violently confronting Taro before looking away. The second version is used throughout the rest of the season, from Episodes 5 to 12.

Haganai: I Don't Have Many FriendsEdit

What is Haganai?:


The Regrettable Neighbors Club Two and a Half Stars:Edit

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Haganai Opening - The Regrettable Neighbours Club Two and a Half Stars

Marina Inoue, Kanae Itō, Nozomi Yamamoto, Misato Fukuen, Kana Hanazawa, and Yuka Iguchi - Zannenkei Rinjinbu Hoshi Futatsuhan

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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?Edit

What is Danmachi?:


Hey World:Edit

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Danmachi Opening - Hey World

Yuka Iguchi - Hey World

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