Popular Anime Music

This blog presents all about Popular Anime Music from Series, Movie, Theme songs, games, Music Album,& Music Video.

Jul 16, 2015

Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou-Daily Life with a Monster Girl

Everyday Life with Monster Girls is a manga written and illustrated by Japanese artist Okayado. An anime adaptation has forecast debut in July 2015. The story revolves around the protagonist Kimihito Kurusu, which is often called "dear", among other pet names, by their "guests". After he mistakenly involved in a program "Cultural Exchange Inter-species" as a result your daily life eventually becomes a real mess.
The opening theme song, titled "Saikousoku Fall in Love" (Fall in Love?, Highest Speed Fall in Love), will be performed by the voice actresses for Miia, Papi, Centorea, Suu, Mero, and Rachnera; and the closing song, "Hey! Smith!!" (Hey! Hey! Sumisu!), will be performed by the voice actresses for Ms. Smith, Manako, Tionishia, Zombina, and Doppel.

Jul 6, 2015

Haikyuu!!-Volleyball Opening and Ending Music Theme

Haikyuu!! is a manga written and drawn by Haruichi Furudate. An adaptation animated television series produced by the studio Production IG is broadcast between April and September 2014. A second season is scheduled for October 2015. The plot shows the development of a volleyball team whose enthusiastic student.

From episodes 1-13, the opening theme song is "Imagination", performed by SPYAIR; while the ending theme song is "Tenchi Gaeshi", performed by Nico Touches the Walls. From episode 15 on, the opening is "Ah Yeah", performed by Sukima Switch; and the ending is "LEO" by Tacica.

May 22, 2015

Shinsekai Yori Ending Theme

From the New World  is a Japanese light novel written by Yūsuke Kishi, originally published in 2008 by Kodansha. It was adapted into a manga in May 2012 by Bessatsu Shonen Magazine, and anime in September of the same year by A-1 Pictures.
The anime does not have an opening theme but theme songs that are played during the closing credits. "Wareta Ringo" by Risa Taneda and "Yuki ni Saku Hana (A Flower Blooming in Snow)" by Kana Hanazawa.