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

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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.

Apr 11, 2015

Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru no Darou ka

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? or Familia Myth, is a series of light novels written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. An anime television series adaptation by J.C.Staff began airing from April 3, 2015.

The opening theme is "Hey World" by Yuka Iguchi, and the ending theme is "Right Light Rise" by Kanon Wakeshima. The dungeon is a mysterious place in the city of hours where adventurers go in search of fame and riches, threatening at the same time incurring a painful death.

Sep 1, 2014

Date A Live Anime Season Music Theme

Date A Live is a series of manga light novel series written by Tachibana Koshi and illustrated by Tsunako. The series was adapted into anime in March 2013 and a second season aired in April 2014.

The opening theme is titled "Date A Live" sung by Sweet Arms, a vocal group consisting Iori Nomizu, Misuzu Togashi, Kaori Sadohara, and Misato. The series makes use of four ending themes: "Hatsukoi Winding Road", by Kayoko Tsumita, Risako Murai and Midori Tsukimiya; "Save The World", "Save My Heart" and "Strawberry Rain", all three by Iori Nomizu.

Sep 7, 2013

Danganronpa-Trigger Happy Havoc

Bullet Rebuttal: Academy of Hope and High School Students of Despair, often abbreviated as Dangan Ronpa, is a mystery visual novel developed by Spike exclusively for Japan. The game has received two manga adaptations and a television anime adaptation by Lerche began airing from July 4, 2013 and is being simulcast by Funimation.
The opening theme is "Never Say Never" by TKDz2b with rapping provided by Jas Mace and Marchitect (aka The 49ers) and Tribeca, while the ending theme is "Zetsubōsei: Hero Chiryōyaku" (Despairity: A Hero's Treatment) by Suzumu feat. Soraru.

Jul 2, 2013

Digimon Adventure Anime Music Video

Digimon, short for "Digital Monsters"  is a free media Japanese, including anime, manga, toys, video games, card games and other products created by Akiyoshi Hongo in 1997. The opening theme is "Butter-fly" by Kouji Wada. The two ending themes are "I Wish" and "Keep On" by Ai Maeda.
The digimon are at the origin of virtual pets , as well as conceptual level Tamagotchi marketed initially in the form of toys. The latter can also connect them allow breeding and comparison of different creatures.

Feb 21, 2012

Durarara!! - Betrayal of the Sunset

An adaptation manga was created by Akiyo Satorigi, began serialization in the magazine Shonen manga magazine Monthly GFantasy from April 18, 2009. A translation into anime was distributed in January 2010.
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The story revolves around the life of a Dullahan (Durarara!!) who works as a courier in the district of Ikebukuro , an anonymous Internet-gang known as Dollars, and various events that involve people more dangerous than Ikebukuro. In the summer of 2010 was published a video game for PlayStation. Four pieces of theme music are used for the series.  Opening theme  "Uragiri no Yuuyake (Betrayal of the Sunset)" by Theatre Brook and Ending theme "Trust Me" by Yuuya Matsushita.