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Old 2010-07-01, 21:52   Link #241
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Week 65

"Lost My Music" by Aya Hirano
Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu (TV) Insert Song [2006]

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"HELLO, VIFAM" by TAO
Ginga Hyouryuu Vifam (TV) Opening Theme [1983]

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"CARNIVAL BABEL" by TAKADA BAND
Aokushimitama BLUE SEED (TV) Opening Theme #2 (episodes 17-24) [1994]

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"Bomb A Head! V" by m.c.A·T
Tenjho Tenge (TV) Opening Theme [2004]

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"Kokoro no Photograph" by Wataru Kuniyasu
Mister Ajikko (TV) Ending Theme [1987]

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"Mahou Tsukai Sally no Uta" by Three Graces
Mahou Tsukai Sally (TV) Opening Theme [1966]

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"Uchuu de Koi wa Ru-run Run" by Rune Angel-tai
Galaxy Angel Rune (TV) Opening Theme [2006]

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"[Warau ga Kachi!] de GO!" by Mayumi Gojou
Futari wa Precure Splash Star (TV) Ending Theme #1 (episodes 1-30) [2006]

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"Kimi no Mitsumete -The Time I'm Seeing You-" by Hiroko Moriguchi
Kidou Senshi Gundam F91 (movie) Opening Theme [1991]

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"Pure Stone" by Risa Yuuki
Akai Kodan Zillion(TV) Opening Theme [1987]

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Old 2010-07-01, 23:13   Link #242
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Week 66

"Virgin's High" by Mell
Sky Girls (TV) Opening Theme [2007]

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"Sora ni Kakeru Hashi" by Masami Okui
Tales of Eternia (TV) Opening Theme [2001]

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"DANCE! Ojamajo" by MAHO-DO
Ojamajo Doremi Dokkan (TV) Opening Theme #1 [2002]

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"Musouka" by Suara
Utawarerumono (TV) Opening Theme [2006]

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"Wonder Winter Yattaa!!" by Mayumi Gojou
Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart (TV) Ending Theme #2 (episodes 37-47) [2005]

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"IN MY DREAM" by Eri Shingyoji
Brain Powered (TV) Opening Theme [1998]

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"Yume wo Shinjite" by Hideaki Tokunaga
Dragon Quest ~Yuusha Abel Densetsu~ (TV) Ending Theme #1 (episodes 1-26) [1989]

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"Wind Climbing ~Kaze ni Asobarete~" by Aki Okui
Mahoujin Guru Guru (TV) Ending Theme #1 (episodes 1-26) [1994]

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"dis-" by Mika Arisaka
Mugen no Ryvius (TV) Opening Theme [1999]

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"Drastic my Soul" by Mikio Sakai
S-CRY-ed (TV) Opening Theme #2 (ep. 26) [2001]

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Old 2010-07-02, 00:37   Link #243
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At last, I'm on the current week. I'll make progress with the 100 Songs of the Decade this weekend.

Week 67

"Jidai ga Naiteiru" by Masato Arai
Kidou Senshi Gundam ZZ (TV) Ending Theme #1 (episodes 1-25) [1986]

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"Hidamari" by Kouzou Murashita
Maison Ikkoku (TV) Opening Theme #5 (episodes 77-96) [1987]

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"Heats" by Hironobu Kageyama
Change!! Shin Getter Robo - Sekai Saishuu no Hi (OAV) Opening Theme #2 (episodes 4-13) [1998]

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"Soredemo Ashita wa Yatte Kuru" by Yume Suzuki
Ninku (TV) Ending Theme #1 [1995]

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"Ushiwareta Yume wo Motomete" by ANDY
Kiko Soseiki Mospeada (TV) Opening Theme [1983]

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"Winners" by G-Grip
Future GPX Cyber Formula (TV) Ending Theme [1991]

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"clover" by meg rock
Solty Rei (TV) Opening Theme [2005]

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"Idea" by eufonius
Noein - Mou Hitori no Kimi e (TV) Opening Theme [2005]

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"Illusion" by Invoice
Shinpi no Sekai El Hazard (TV) Opening Theme #1 (episodes 1-16) [1995]

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"romanesque" by FictionJunction YUUKA
El Cazador de la Bruja (TV) Ending Theme [2007]

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Old 2010-07-02, 04:24   Link #244
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I got to say one of the best intro songs gots to be Saint Seiya theme
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Old 2010-07-03, 01:46   Link #245
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Old 2010-07-05, 00:27   Link #246
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Recommendations of anime song for the month of July (The endless journey)

Amrita by Yui Makino
Tsubasa Chronicles Movie Ending Theme 2005
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Period by Chemisty
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood Opening Four 2010
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Old 2010-07-07, 07:52   Link #247
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The Top 100 Songs of the Decade [2000-2009] (100-11)

I just realized while making the list that the best anime songs are all in the 90's. (try Zankoku na Tenshi no Thesis, Tank! or Yuzurenai Negai). You can say the 90's was the golden age of Anime songs but the last decade (whatever it's called) was pretty interesting too. With the advent of the internet (particularly youtube), iPod and blogs/forums such as animesuki, people have easy access and reference to a dizzying amount of anime songs, particularly the
recent ones. Great songs from Haruhi, Gundam, Macross, Full Metal Alchemist, Bleach and many more made the last decade as awesome as the one that precedes it. To prove my point here's my selection of the top 100 songs of 2000-2009:

100."Be My Angel" by Atsuko Enomoto (Angelic Layer OP, 2001)
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99."Houkigumo" by RYTHEM (Yakitate!! Japan OP 1, 2004)
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98."Precious Memories" by Minami Kuribayashi (Rumbling Hearts OP, 2003)
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97."KERO! to MARCH" by Nobuaki Kakuda and Juri Ihata (Sgt. Frog OP 1, 2004)
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96."Gotta Knock a Little Harder" by The Seatbelts featuring Mai Yamane (Cowboy Bebop: The Movie ED, 2001)
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95."Ride on Shooting Star" by The pillows (FLCL ED, 2000)
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94."White Line" by Aozu (The Prince of Tennis ED 4, 2002)
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93."Shinai" by Nana Mizuki (White Album OP 1, 2009)
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92."inner universe" by Origa featuring Ben Del Maestro (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex OP, 2003)
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91."Tsuki no Mayu" by Aki Okui (Turn a Gundam ED 2, 2000)
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90."Higurashi no Naku Koro ni" by Eiko Shimamiya (When They Cry - Higurashi OP, 2006)
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89."Hishoku no Sora" by Mami Kawada (Shakugan no Shana OP, 2005)
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88."Red Fraction" by MELL (Black Lagoon OP, 2006)
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87."19sai" by Shikao Suga (XXXHOLiC OP, 2006)
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86."rose" by ANNA inspi' NANA ~Black Stones~ (NANA OP 1, 2006)
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85."Re-sublimity" by KOTOKO (Destiny of the Shrine Maiden OP, 2004)
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84."Gake no Ue no Ponyo" by Fujioka Fujimaki and Nozomi Ohashi (Ponyo ED, 2008)
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83."the WORLD" by Nightmare (Death Note OP 1, 2006)
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82."HOWLING" by abingdon boys school (Darker than BLACK OP 1, 2007)
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81."Dramatic" by YUKI (Honey and Clover OP 1, 2005)
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80."Kiss ~ Kaerimichi no Love Song" by Tegomass (Lovely Complex ED1, 2007)
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79."Rise" by Origa (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG OP 2, 2004)
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78."Love Destiny" by Yui Horie (Sister Princess OP, 2001)
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77."Hit in the USA" by Beat Crusaders (BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad OP, 2004)
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76."For Real" by Hidenori Tokuyama (Saiyuki OP 1, 2000)
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75."Hateshinaku Tooi Sora ni" by The Stand Up (Kyo kara Maoh! OP, 2004)
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74."Find the Way" by Mika Nakashima (Gundam Seed ED 3, 2003)
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73."sailing day" by BUMP OF CHICKEN (One Piece: Dead End Adventure ED, 2003)
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72."King Gainer Over!" by Yoshiki Fukuyama (Overman King Gainer OP, 2002)
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71."Reckless Fire" by Yasuaki Ide (S-CRY-ed OP 1, 2001)
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70."For Fruits Basket" by Ritsuko Okazaki (Fruits Basket OP, 2001)
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69."Grip!" by Every Little Thing (Inuyasha OP 4, 2003)
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68."National Awakening - Catharsis" by Ali Project (.Hack//Roots ED 1, 2006)
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67."Asu e no Brilliant Road" by Angela (Stellvia OP, 2003)
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66."Kesenai Tsumi" by Nana Kitade (Fullmetal Alchemist ED 1, 2003)
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65."Ketsui no Asa ni" by AQUA TIMEZ (Brave Story ED, 2006)
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64."Gekkouka" by Janne Da Arc (Black Jack OP 1, 2004)
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63."Summer Rain" by Kobukuro (Cross Game OP, 2009)
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62."Hitori no Yoru" by Porno Graffiti (Great Teacher Onizuka OP 2, 2000)
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61."Yuukyou Seishunka" by Ali Project (Code Geass ED 1, 2006)
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60."Secret of My Heart" by Mai Kuraki (Case Closed ED 9, 2000)
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59."Donten" by DOES (Gintama OP 5, 2008)
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58."Haruka Kanata" by Asian Kung-Fu Generation (Naruto OP 3, 2003)
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57."Sakura Addiction" by Takashi Kondo & Toshinobu Iida (Reborn! ED 5, 2007)
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56."Colors of the Heart" by UVERworld (Blood+ OP 3, 2006)
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55."Vestige" by T.M. Revolution (Gundam Seed Destiny IN, 2005)
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54."Believe" by Folder5 (One Piece OP 2, 2000)
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53."The Biggest Dreamer" by Kouji Wada (Digimon Tamers OP, 2001)
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52."Lion" by May'n & Megumi Nakajima (Macross Frontier OP 3, 2008)
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51."Happy Material" by The Class of 2-A (Negima! OP, 2005)
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50."Over Soul" by Megumi Hayashibara (Shaman King OP 1, 2001)
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49."O2" by ORANGE RANGE (Code Geass R2 OP 1, 2008)
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48."Hemisphere" by Maaya Sakamoto (RahXephon OP, 2002)
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47."DANZEN! Futari wa Precure" by Mayumi Gojo (PreCure OP, 2004)
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46."COLORS" by FLOW (Code Geass OP 1, 2006)
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45."Hakanaku mo Towa no Kanashi" by UVERworld (Gundam 00 Second Season OP 1, 2008)
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44."Sorairo Days" by Shoko Nakagawa (Gurren Lagann OP, 2007)
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43."Uso" by SID (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ED 1, 2009)
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42."Sakura Saku" by Megumi Hayashibara (Love Hina OP, 2000)
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41."BLUE BIRD" by Ikimono-Gakari (Naruto Shippuden OP3, 2008)
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40."Rewrite" by Asian Kung-Fu Generation (Fullmetal Alchemist OP 4, 2004)
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39."Beautiful World" by Utada Hikaru (Evangelion: 1.0 You Are [Not] Alone ED, 2007)
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38."Kiss of Monochrome" by SID (Kuroshitsuji OP, 2008)
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37."Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru" by See-Saw (Gundam Seed Destiny ED 4, 2005)
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36."again" by YUI (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood OP, 2009)
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35."Reason" by Nami Tamaki (Gundam Seed Destiny ED 1, 2004)
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34."Seishoujo Ryouiki" by Ali Project (Rozen Maiden: Träumend OP, 2005)
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33."Shangri-La" by angela (Fafner OP, 2004)
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32."only my railgun" by fripSide (A Certain Scientific Railgun OP 1, 2009)
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31."innocent starter" by Nana Mizuki (Nanoha OP, 2004)
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30."Days" by FLOW (Eureka Seven OP 1, 2005)
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29."INNOCENT SORROW" by abingdon boys school (D.Gray-man OP 1, 2006)
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28."Tori no Uta" by Lia (Air OP, 2005)
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27."Ignited" by T.M. Revolution (Gundam Seed Destiny OP 1, 2004)
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26."ETERNAL BLAZE" by Nana Mizuki (Nanoha A's OP, 2005)
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25."Link" by L'arc~en~Ciel (Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa OP, 2005)
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24."Pride" by High and Mighty Color (Gundam Seed OP 2, 2005)
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23."Go!!!" by FLOW (Naruto OP 4, 2004)
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22."Sen no Yoru wo Koete" by AQUA TIMEZ (Bleach: Memories of Nobody ED, 2006)
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21."Believe" by Nami Tamaki (Gundam Seed OP 3, 2003)
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20."Itsumo Nando demo" by Yumi Kimura (Spirited Away ED, 2001)
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19."Triangler" by Maaya Sakamoto (Macross Frontier OP 1, 2007)
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18."Northern Lights" by Megumi Hayashibara (Shaman King OP 2, 2002)
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17."Rolling star" by YUI (Bleach OP 5, 2006)
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16."Diamond Crevasse" by May’n (Macross Frontier ED 2, 2008)
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15."D-tecnolife" by UVERworld (Bleach OP 2, 2005)
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14."Cagayake! GIRLS" by Sakurakou K-ON Bu (K-ON! OP, 2009)
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13."Anna ni Issho Data no ni" by See-Saw (Gundam Seed ED 1, 2002)
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12."Motteke! Sailor Fuku" by Aya Hirano, Emiri Kato, Kaori Fukuhara and Aya Endo (Lucky Star OP, 2007)
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11."DAYBREAK'S BELL" by L'arc~en~Ciel (Gundam 00 OP 1, 2007)
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The top 10 will be revealed during the weekend

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Old 2010-07-07, 14:38   Link #248
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A decent list
From your list, the deserving anime songs are 99,90,89,88,87,
86,83,82,81,80,76,74,70,67,62 59,58,56,53,51,50,48,46,45,
44,39,36,34,32,31,30,29,28,27,26,23,19,17,15,13,12 , and 11.
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Old 2010-07-07, 18:40   Link #249
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There are so many incredible anime songs, but my favorite will most likely always be this one:
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Old 2010-07-08, 07:11   Link #250
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@christinemarie: I'll gladly take "decent" and 42 over 90 song approval as a good sign, thanks. I was expecting more of a critical disdain/bashing from you. Pardon me if I made a list of what I think your Decade-End List would look like based on your previous posts (you're one of the regular contributors that I have that much respect), the result is listed below:

Decade-End List

50 Allegro Cantabile Sound by Suemitsu and the Suemith from Nodame Cantabile Opening 1 2007
*49 Sakura Saku by Megumi Hayashibara from Love Hina Opening 2000
48 Koi se yo Onna no ko by Yukari Tamura from Best Student Council Opening 2005
47 Sakura Saku Mirai Koiyume by Yozuca from Da Capo Opening 2003
46 Sentimental Generation by Ami Tokitou from School Rumble Nigakki Opening 1 2006
45 Strength by Abingdon Boys School from Soul Eater Ending 4 2008
*44 Colors of The Heart by Uverworld from Blood+ Opening 3 2005
43 Kanashimi o Yasashisa ni by Hummingbird from Naruto Opening 3 2003
42 Minna Daisuki by *Yummy* Buono! from Shugo Chara Opening 2 2007
41 Asu no Egao no Tame ni by Yumi Matsuzawa from Gatekeepers Ending 1 2000
*40 Innocent Starter by Nana Mizuki from Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Opening 2004
39 - Float ~Beyond The Sky~ by Tomoe Ohmi from Solty Rei Ending 1 2005
38 A Happy Life song by Megumi Hayashibara (performed by Late Ritsuko Okazaki) from Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight Opening 2007
37 Parallel Hearts by Fiction Junction from Pandora Hearts Opening 2009
36 Sign by FLOW Naruto Shippuuden Opening 6 2009
35 Trust You by Yuna Ito from Gundam 00 Second Season Ending 4 2009
34 True Light ~Byakuya~ by Miyamoto Shunichi from DN Angel Opening 2003
33 Kimi Ni Todoke by Tomofumi Tanizawa from Kimi Ni Todoke Opening 2009
*32 Don't Say Lazy by Yoko Hikasa from K-ON Ending 2009
*31 Again by YUI from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Opening 1 2009
30 Tsukiakari no Michishirube by Stereopony from Darker Than Black Season 2 Opening 2009
*29 Only My Railgun by fripSide from To Aru Kagaku no Railgun Opening 2009
28 Let Me Be with You by ROUND TABLE featuring Nino from Chobits Opening 2002
27 Ichibyou No Refrain by Otoha from Getbackers Ending 1 2000
26 Mousukoshi Mousukoshi by Saori Atsumi from Midori no Hibi Ending 2004
25 Dramatic by Yuki from Honey and Clover Opening 2005
24 FDD by Kanako Itou from Chaos Head Opening 2008
23 Sakura Kiss by Chieko Kawabe from Ouran H.S. Host Club Opening 2006
22 Ichirin no Hana by High and Mighty Color from Bleach Opening 3 2006
21 My Pace Daiou by Manzo from Genshiken Opening 1 2004
20 88 by LM.C from Katekyo Hitman Reborn Opening 4 2006
19 Hikari by Elisa from Nabari No Ou Ending 1 2008
18 Daijoubu by Aki Maeda from Boys Be Opening 1 2000
17 Ano hi time machine by LONG SHOT PARTY Natsume Yuujin-Chou Zoku Opening 2008
16 Jikan Yo Tomare by Azu featuring SEAMO from Itazura Na Kiss Ending 2 2008
*15 Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari by Supercell from Bakemonogatari Ending 1 2009
14 Tears Infection by KAORI from Myself;Yourself Opening 2007
13 Asu e no Hikari by Hinoi Asuka from Seto No Hanayome Ending 1 2007
*12 Colors by FLOW from Code Geass Opening 1 2006
*11 Donten by Does from Gintama Opening 5 2006
*10 Eternal Blaze by Nana Mizuki from Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Opening 1 2005
*09 Hishoku no Sora by Mami Kawada from Shakugan no Shana Opening 1 2005
*08 Hare Hare Yukai by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara and Yuko Goto from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu Ending 1 (2006)
07 Paradise Lost by Chihara Minori from Ga-Rei Zero Opening 2008
06 Modokashi Sekai No Uede by Makino Yui from Welcome To The NHK Ending 2 2006
*05 Triangular by Maaya Sakamoto from Macross Frontier Opening 1 2008
04 Sore Ga Ai Deshou by Shimokawa Mikuni from FMP:Fumoffu Opening 2003
03 You Raise Me Up by Lena Park from Romeo X Juliet Opening 1 2007
*02 Sorairo Days by Shoko Nakagawa from Gurren Lagann Opening 2007
01 Yakusoku by Horie Yui from Love Hina Intro Song 2000

* - included in my list

...as you see only 14 out of 50 of your suggestions made it in my list of 100. However, I see this as a good thing as it serves as an alternative to my version, unless of course we get to see your real top 50 or top 100 for that matter when and if you post it, which is a better thing.

P.S., Pls. don't see this as pressuring you to come up with your top 50 or top 100).

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Old 2010-07-23, 22:34   Link #251
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I don't see 'Give A Reason' by Megumi Hayashibara (Slayers NEXT OP) anywhere...
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I don't know about 'greatest,' but Ergo Proxy's OP theme deserves some kind of recognition...
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Old 2010-08-03, 07:26   Link #253
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Before going into the top 10 here are my "Honorable Mentions", songs that almost made it to the Top 100 Songs of the Decade and are personal favorites of mine that they should at least be given some sort of recognition:
"Share the World" by TVXQ - One Piece OP (2009)
"Papermoon" by Tommy heavenly6 - Soul Eater OP (2008)
"Uninstall" by Chiaki Ishikawa - Bokurano OP (2007)
"Musouka" by Suara - Utawarerumono OP (2006)
"Makka na Chikai" by Yoshiki Fukuyama - Busou Renkin OP (2006)
"Lilium" by Kumiko Numa - Elfen Lied OP (2005)
"Sore Ga Ai Deshou" by Shimokawa Mikuni - Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu OP (2003)
"Byakuya ~ True Light" by Miyamoto Shunichi - D.N.Angel OP (2003)
"Getsumei Fuuei" by Mika Arisaka - The Twelve Kingdoms ED (2002)
"Shooting Star" by KOTOKO - Onegai Teacher! OP (2001)


The Top 10 Anime Songs of the Decade (2000-2009)

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10."Sousei no Aquarion" by AKINO (Aquarion OP 1) [2005]
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""Sousei no Aquarion" is the debut single by American-born J-pop singer, AKINO. It is composed by the incomparable Yoko Kanno, is probably the only song in the top 10 from a low profile anime series. It can be said that the song is bigger than the series due to its popularity and long chart life. Initially released in 2005, the song in late 2007 was re-arranged and re-released for use in the Sankyo CR Fever Genesis of Aquarion pachinko game commercials as sung by members of the cast. This version (Element Gattai Ver.) peaked at #14 on the Oricon Singles Weekly Charts and topping download charts and was eventually certified as the #189 song for 2008. It even was awarded the silver medal in the JASRAC(Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers) awards for 2008. The song since its initial released was covered by several established artists like Yoko Ishida, Masaaki Endoh and m.o.v.e. As with several songs in the top 10, the song is also popular in the Japanese Internet communities, having been included in several of the Kumikyoku Nico Nico Douga mashups, particularly its chorus which begins with "Ichiman nen to nisen nen mae kara aishiteru."

"Sousei no Aquarion" is that rare song that has universal appeal (even in its English version): almost everyone likes it. A song about love that transcends time, its appeal comes from AKINO's beautiful voice especially in the sweeping and uplifting chorus. It's internet coverage and obiquity in Japanese media ensures that this song's appeal remains timeless... and that's a good thing."

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9."Invoke" by T.M.Revolution (Gundam Seed OP 1) [2002]
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""Invoke is the 20th single released by T.M.Revolution. It kickstarted the music of the Cosmic Era of Gundam. Gundam SEED has become one of the most popular of the Gundam series in Japan, arguably the first to reach not only to the diehard fans of the series but also among casual viewers in Japan. The adolation the series gained spread to its music, six of the songs are sung by T.M.Revolution, the best of which is this high energy song which almost went to #1. In 2002, after listening and getting inspired by T.M.Revolution's "THUNDERBIRD", Gundam SEED director Fukuda Mitsuo asked him to perform the first opening theme, "Invoke", and the rest is history. Such upbeat songs has since been the template of Gundam openings ever since."

"Invoke" talks about a conflicting love, one that shines then burns, one that reflects the storyline of Gundam Seed, particularly the main characters. TMR's steady and passionate vocals is the highlight of this song. With a beat that's more suited for the clubs rather than outer space battles, the song nevertheless provides the restless energy and enthusiasm that the accompanies the latter that one can't wait for the main battle to start."

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8."Ready Steady Go" by L'Arc~en~Ciel (Fullmetal Alchemist OP 2) [2004]
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""Ready Steady Go" is L'Arc~en~Ciel's 22nd single. It was used as the second opening theme for the anime Full Metal Alchemist going #1 and selling loads of CDs. Such was the success of Ready Steady Go that L'Arc~en~Ciel was called upon again to provide the opening and ending theme to the Full Metal Alchemist movie released in the summer of 2005.It's not that L'Arc~en~Ciel, among the most popular and influencial Japanese artists of all time, lacks the track record. when it comes to anime songs, everything L'Arc~en~Ciel touches turns to gold. DNA² ("Blurry Eyes"), Rurouni Kenshin ("Fourth Avenue Cafe") and GTO ("Driver's High") had benefited from their music. After its initial release, "Ready Steady Go" was featured as a song in the Japan-exclusive Nintendo DS launch music video game, Daigasso! Band Brothers. It was also featured in the Japan-exclusive 2005 iNiS music video game Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan as the last stage.

Hyde's voice is great in this song. The controlled and confident tone of his voices blends well with the song's lyrics of moving forward towards reaching a loved one. This song brings the epic in what many are calling the anime of the decade"

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7."Akatsuki no Kuruma" by FictionJunction YUUKA (Gundam Seed IN) [2003]
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""Akatsuki no Kuruma" is the 3rd single of J-pop duo (composer Kajiura Yuki and seiyuu Nanri Yuuka) FictionJunction YUUKA, though it was their first recording. The title track was used as an insert song for the anime Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and the ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Special Edition II Harukanaru Akatsuki. Although the song has been out since June 2003 it was not released as a single but due of its massive popularity and the fact that it was Gundam SEED's one-year anniversary, "Akatsuki no Kuruma" was released as a single in September 2004. It debuted at #12 but peaked at #10 and had a long run in the Oricon chart. It was the FictionJunction YUUKA's best selling single and the duo failed to replicated the huge success of this song and their other Gundam song ("Honoh no Tobira", the first seiyuu single to hit #1 on Oricon daily rankings). They have not released any new materials since 2007.

"Akatsuki no Kuruma" is a song that talks of war and its more dire of consequences death and the pain and grief it cause to those left behind. Such theme suits very well to the scene played in the video above. One of the few songs that's so emotional it really pulls you deep and that powerful farewell scene with Cagalli and her father had several weeping in tears. Such a beautiful and heartbreaking song, made even beautiful by lyrics such as these:
Sending off the dawn's carriage
Those orange petals are stirring somewhere even now
The peaceful daybreak I once saw
Until it is placed in my hands once more,
please don't let the light go out
The wheels are turning (English translated)"

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6."Don't say "lazy"" by Sakurakou K-ON Bu (K-ON! ED) [2009]
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""Don't say "lazy"" is the debut single released by Sakurakou K-ON Bu. It was released on the same day as "Cagayake! GIRLS". Due to the popularity of the anime series, the former peaked at #2 and the latter at #4 on Oricon. "lazy" went on to became the #33 single of 2009. Sakurakou K-ON Bu is a Japanese pop group formed by four voice actresses to sing theme songs of the fictional group of the same name in K-ON!. In May 2009 (episode 8 of K-ON!), a new unit, HO-KAGO TEA TIME, was formed with an additional member. They released their debut mini-album, the first album credited to fictional anime characters to top
the charts. "lazy" was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for 250,000 full-track ringtone digital music downloads (Chaku Uta Full).

"Don't say "lazy" is, in essence, fun to listen to. The vocals are intense and passionate much so that it sounds likes the next song in this list but with ominous, intense and edgy hard rock music in the background. The lyrics basically describes the group (especially Yui) as being carefree and easily distracted but one that pumps up the volume come show time. While the song's popularity may be questioned in the long run since much of its success is owed to the popular anime series currently airing it is certain that it won't go away anytime soon."

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5."Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari" by Supercell (Bakemonogatari ED) [2009]
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""Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari" is the debut single by the J-pop band Supercell led by ryo. They are known for their self-titled debut album featuring vocals by popular virtual idol Hatsune Miku and are considered one of the best new artists in Japan. However, this single was sung by (human) singer Nagi who had previously submitted cover versions of songs (some by Supercell) to the Nico Nico Douga video sharing website. Ryo had been a fan of her voice even before uploading his own songs to Nico Nico Douga. Roughly the next day after Ryo uploaded Supercell's first song "Melt" onto Nico Nico Douga Nagi uploaded a cover of her singing the song. Nagi, who was herself a fan of Ryo's music, contacted him and the two talked about someday collaborating together. After Ryo used Hatsune Miku for the demo of "Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari", he thought the vocal range would wear out any human singer, but was he pleased to find out that Nagi had just as wide a vocal range as Miku and decided to have her sing the song. This was the first song not to use Hatsune Miku for the vocals. Ryo did not want to copy the tone or style of the original Bakemonogatari novels, because he felt the author would enjoy the song more if it was more original. Thus, Ryo wrote a different story after borrowing the general setting of the novels. The lyrics tell the story of a girl with an unrequited love who was never able to convey her feelings to the person she loved. In January 2010, the song was certified gold by the RIAJ for 100,000 full-track ringtone digital music downloads and was again awarded a Gold Disc by the RIAJ in February 2010 for having exceeded 100,000 copies shipped in a single year.

"Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari" is a modern masterpiece. An excellent move on ryo's part to have Nagi at vocals instead of a virtual voice, considering all the emotions involved in the song. She has a beautiful, soothing and ethereal voice here that one listen to her vocal performance coupled by the excellent rocking music and that striking pounding piano and already you are hooked. The theme of unrequited love set to the stories concerning the Summer Triangle makes for a heartwarming companion piece to the anime particularly its last episode."

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4."God knows..." by Aya Hirano (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya IN) [2006]
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""God knows..." is featured in episode 12 of the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya anime series in a highschool auditorium setting sang by the titular main character that ranks as one of the most memorable musical moments in Anime. It is included in "Suzumiya Haruhi no Tsumeawase", a special character single released for the series. The single also contains the other insert song featured in that scene, "Lost My Music". "God knows..." reached #5 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 133 and is one of Oricon's longest charting single. The song is sung by Hirano Aya. After graduating high school in 2006, she began to work full-time as a voice actress and picked up several roles. Her popularity was increased significantly thanks to her breakout role as Haruhi Suzumiya. Aside from "God Knows" she performed several songs for the show, including the opening song, "Bouken Desho Desho?" whose CD single sold out on the day of release and of THAT other song in the Top 10. Animators of the series traced the performance of Hirano and her band by Rotoscoping, and drew the performance scene in animation which lead to the crowning music of awesome (as coined by tvtropes) in Anime.

On "God Knows..." Hirano's powerful and stirring vocals match perfectly with the high school auditorium feel and setting to give the effect of a stunning live performance. The music composition too is great, the shredding lead guitar in particular (not like Nagato can help it). That anime musical performance is so believable and amazing that it probably sparked the trend of sorts in Anime as can be seen in Nodame Cantabile, K-On! and recently in Angel Beats. Many even prefer this song to all other Haruhi songs. The lyrics are quiet good too, talking about an undying and redemptive love and how one in love follows that someone through thick and thin. This is the standard to which all songs featured in an anime episode are judged from now on. It's a pretty steep standard."

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3."Melissa" by Porno Graffitti (Fullmetal Alchemist OP 1) [2003]
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""Melissa" is Porno Graffitti's 12th single. It reached #2 in Oricon charts and was the #34 single of 2003 and the #66 single of 2004. FMA is widely considered one of the best Anime TV series to come out this decade. The FMA soundtrack is equally praised for its varying styles of music as well as the variety of artists that make every song enjoyable. DVDvisionjapan considered this song as the best track of the series remarking that it made a good combination of anime and song which this list whole-hearted agrees.

"Melissa" has nary a boring verse and seems to be better with each listen. Lyrics depicting a person with a closed heart eager to break out into the light and fleet in the midair like a Melissa leaf does jive with the tone of the music. It's a shame that the song was excluded when it was brought to the U.S., and was replaced by "Ready Steady Go" (due to promotional issues). U.S. viewers would not find it hard to like this gem."

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2."* ~Asterisk~" by Orange Range (Bleach OP 1) [2004]
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""* ~Asterisk~" is ORANGE RANGE's 10th single. It's the third biggest selling anime theme song of the decade (after Detective Conan's "Secret of My Heart" and Inuyasha's "Dearest") selling more than 600,000 copies to date. It is a song that the band had performed since their early indie days and one of the reasons why it is one of the most popular groups in Japan today. It stayed on the Top 20 for 22 weeks in Oricon, several at #1 and was the #4 single of 2005. While it was the band's second super sized hit, it came with a price. A few singles after "* ~Asterisk~", the band's drummer and co-founding member, KATCHAN, announced he was leaving the band due to "creative differences". He was against the band's move to more and more into hip-hop and away from rock. As a result, the band then somewhat slowed down but regained some of their former glory in the succeeding years.

* ~Asterisk~" indeed has rap in it, with its fast paced lyrics and beats in its verses, but did not forego guitar rock and pop elements. The lyrics are "atmospheric", with images of the sky, the moon and the stars relecting our memories and feelings through time scattered throughout the song. It makes for an idyllic listening and has a calming effect seldom heared in rap-rock songs. The perfect song to introduce the theme of friendship and high energy found in Bleach."

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1."Hare Hare Yukai" by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara, and Yuko Goto (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya ED) [2006]
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"Literally translated as "Sunny Sunny Happiness", Hare Hare Yukai is the name of the ending theme and the accompanying dance done by the main characters of "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" series. The animated choreography accompanying the song was based on several singles by the idol group Berryz Kobo. Along with the single that contains "God Knows", the single which includes "Hare Hare Yukai" is known as one of Oricon's longest charting singles. But beyond its impact on the charts, the song and its dance was massively influential in the internet and has become a cultural phenomenon of sorts in Japan. The Hare Hare Yukai dance, originally broadcasted as part of the closing credits, became an Internet "meme". Right after the pilot episode fans began making and sharing parodies and fanmade videos inspired by the dance on the Internet from countries around the world. Some even arranged tribute performances via 2chan and many of those videos were posted on video sharing websites such as YouTube. The number of derivatives multiplied, featuring other anime/manga/videogame characters as well as the contributors themselves. During 2007-2008, in anime conventions, it is common to see at least one group of 3-5 people doing the Hare Hare Yukai dance. In a handful of expos, characters ranging from Darth Vader to Optimus Prime danced alongside Haruhi cosplayers and some instances, dozens of people participated in number of Hare Hare Yukai dances all over Japan.One video shows around a thousand Japanese cosplayers blocking an entire street to perform the dance shortly before they are dispersed by the presence of Tokyo Police. It is not an exaggeration to say that it is perhaps one of the most popular dances in recent memory. Its dance steps has its own wiki entry and even a facebook page. Cosplayers from around the world, with it's biggest influence on the Philipines, Chile, and Thailand. It was even performed by the "Thriller" prisoners in the Philippines.

One can argue by the foregoing that Hare Hare Yukai's standing has a lot to do with the popularity of the dance but on it's own merit the song is definitely catchy, cutesy and unique with lyrics that pertains to Haruhi's fun memories with her brigade during their neverending search for "mysteries". It influenced many theme songs from similarly themed animes thereafter, like Lucky Star and K-ON! While there is a chance that the song will become increasingly dated with each passing year, for now no song could better represent the decade where Internet pervades all aspects of our lives, including our taste in anime theme songs."

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Old 2010-08-04, 13:42   Link #254
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(1, 4, 5, 6, and 10) out of your top ten deserves their spot.

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Currently my recent top 100 (with the new series anime songs, and the reemergence of other anime songs I didn't play for a very long time) are not ranked I'll probably finish it by October with no more than one songs of the band/singer to make it more interesting and no more than one anime song of each anime title whether its ending or opening applied but I have no spare time to do them.

Recommendations for the month of August 2010

1. Highschool of the Dead by Kishida Kyoudan
Highschool of the Dead Opening Theme 2010
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2. Ice Cream by Saeko Chiba
Narue No Sekai Ending Theme 2003
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janfive, what's the criteria used to determine which songs make it to the list? I tried searching through the thread, but after 20 minutes, no luck. If it's buried in this thread somewhere where I missed it, could you attach it to the OP?

I ask partly because I'd be embarrassed to be found listening to the majority of these songs in your list. The taste in music seems very odd, but there are a lot of songs that others suggested that sound really good--they're better than the songs ranked highly, but most are no where to be seen on the massive list.

I found this thread by googling "best anime songs" and also came upon a few other sites, JapanProbe and Japanator/2chan, and jumped to the conclusion that you probably are going by Japanese tastes rather than "English speaking world" tastes. That or you are going by numbers (of times people have listened to them or number of people who know of the song), which explains why a bunch of really old songs made it.

I guess I'm just sad that my favorite song isn't mentioned...

- Kara no Kyoukai EP5 ED; Kalafina「Sprinter」
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Old 2010-08-14, 21:15   Link #256
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@Varaxis: I have posted the criterias in the very first Post at the beginning. Thanks for clearing that up. Indeed, the list is massive (and I'm nowhere near the halfway mark), the songs are so diverse that not all will suit to everybody's taste. Ah finally, google noticed this thread. Yes, I'm using the 2ch list as a main reference. Actually, all my references originated in Japan (listed in my first post on the criterias). Unfortunately, no lists from the Western media on anime music are available in the internet. If anyone do have info pls. feel free to post it.

@christinemarie: I have to pass on the Flame of Recca songs, for now, since their Gendou ratings are dismal and I have no chart/countdown rankings to back them up.

Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 66 Week 68 (I've done away with the lyrics part from now on since it takes up much of my time):

"One more time, One more chance" by Masayoshi Yamazaki
Byousoku 5 Centimeter/5 Centimeters Per Second - a chain of short stories about their distance. (movie/Ending Theme/2007)

suggested by Mithfalath & kuroishinigami
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"Kimi, Hohoenda Yoru" by elika
Kaiketsu Jouki Tanteidan/Steam Detectives (TV/Opening Theme/1998)

suggested by christinemarie
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"Katsushika Rhapsody" by Kōhei Dōjima
Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo/Kochikame - This is the Police Station in Front of Kameari Park in Katsushika Ward (TV/Opening Theme/1997)

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"Last Impression" by TWO-MIX
Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing Endless Waltz Special Edition (movie/Ending Theme/1998)

Spoiler for video:


"Kyou mo Dokoka de Devilman" by Keizo Toda
Devilman (TV/Ending Theme/1972)

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"Kokoro yo Genshi ni Modore" by Yoko Takahashi
Shin Seiki Evangelion Gekijōban: Death & Rebirth - Shi to Shinsei (movie/ Rebirth Ending Theme/1997)


"Stairway Generation" by Base Ball Bear
Gintama/Silver Soul (TV/Opening Theme #7, eps 151-176/2009)

Spoiler for video:


"Kokoro E" by Road of Major
Major (TV/Opening Theme #1, eps 1-26/2004)

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"Time after time" by Mai Kuraki
Meitantei Conan: Meikyuu no Crossroad/Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital (movie/Ending Theme/2003)

Spoiler for video:


"Ganbare Dokaben" by Koorogi '73
Dokaben (TV/Opening Theme/1976)

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"Chiisa na Bokura no Ooki na Heart" by ICHIKO
Kodai Ōja Kyōryū King D-Kids Adventure/Dinosaur King (TV/Opening Theme/2007)

Spoiler for video:

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Strangely, I had time to waste today. Here's a video of the Top 25 Anime Singles for July 2010:
Spoiler for video:

Another weekend of catching up, here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 67 Week 69:

"Satsugai" by Detroit Metal City
Detroit Metal City (OAV/Opening Theme/2008)

suggested by Zaseka, roriconfan & verdicardi
Spoiler:


"STRENGTH" by Abingdon Boys School
Soul Eater (TV/Ending Theme #4/2008)

suggested by christinemarie
Spoiler:


"Patalliro!" by Fusako Fujimoto
Boku Patalliro! (TV/Opening Theme/1982)

Spoiler:


"Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz" by Hiroshi Kamayatsu
Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz/First Human Gatorus (TV/Opening Theme/1974)

Spoiler:


"Agape" by Melocure
Enban Oujo Valkyrie/UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie (TV/Insert Song, ep 1/2002)

Spoiler:


"Ten Years After" by Chihiro Yonekura
Kidou Senshi Gundam: Dai 08 MS Shotai/The 08th MS Team (OAV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-10/1996)

Spoiler:


"Kimi ga Tame" by Suara
Utawarerumono (TV/Ending Theme #2, ep 26/2006)

Spoiler:


"why, or why not" by Hiroyuki Oshima featuring Rekka Katakiri
Higurashi no Naku Koroni/When They Cry (TV/Ending Theme/2006)

Spoiler:


"Tomorrow" by Mikuni Shimokawa
Full Metal Panic! (TV/Opening Theme/2002)

Spoiler:


"Teleportaion ~ Koi no Mikakunin" by Ushio Hashimoto
ESPer Mami (TV/Opening Theme #1, eps 1-107/1987)

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Found another clip purporting to be the best 50 anime songs selected by 2ch dated 1/7/2009. The song rankings really differs from the 2008 version, I'm guessing they started voting back to zero right after the Dec. 2008 votes were tallied.
Spoiler for video:

Spoiler for video:


Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 68 Week 70:

"Sketch Switch" by Kana Asumi, Kaori Mizuhashi, Ryoko Shintani & Yuko Goto
Hidamari Sketch (TV/Opening Theme/2007)

suggested by neonangel123 & NinjaYali
Spoiler:


"Undine" by Yui Makino
Aria the Animation (TV/Opening Theme/2005)

suggested by margafred
Spoiler:


"Alala no Jumon" by Chibi Maruko-chan with Bakuchu Mondai
Chibi Maruko-chan (TV2/Ending Theme #7/2004)

Spoiler:


"LOVE YOU ONLY" by TOKIO
Tsuyoshi Shikkari Shinasai/Get a grip, Tsuyoshi! (TV/Opening Theme #3/1994)

Spoiler:


"Gyakuten Ippatsu-man" by Masayuki Yamamoto
Gyakuten Ippatsu-man/Go for it, Ippatsuman! (TV/Opening Song/1982)

Spoiler:


"ningen tte ii na" by Young Fresh with Yoshimi Nakashima
Manga Nihon Mukashi Banashi (TV '76/Ending Theme/1984)

Spoiler:


"Yuke Yuke Hyuuma" by Isao Sasaki
Kyojin no Hoshi/Star of the Giants (TV/Ending Theme #2, ep 26/2006)

Spoiler:


"Tabidachi no Kane ga Naru" by Mikio Sakai
S-CRY-ed (TV/Ending Theme #2, ep 26/2001)

Spoiler:


"Saa" by SURFACE
Mamotte Shugogetten/Guardian Angel Getten (TV/Opening Theme/1998)

Spoiler:


"GET THE WORLD" by Hironobu Kageyama
Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go WGP (TV/Opening Theme/1997)

Spoiler:

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Guys, I just recently read my private messages, thank you very much for the words of appreciation!
Here's another find (to add to my database of year-end anison countdowns):
Top CD sales of Anime/Game-related songs of 2009:
http://3q3q.blog89.fc2.com/blog-entry-6355.html
(I can't believe my eyes when I saw "God Knows..." ranked at 95. The song was released way back in 2006!)

Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 69 Week 71:

"Egao no Genki" by SMAP
Hime-chan no Ribbon (TV/Opening Theme/1992)

suggested by christinemarie
Spoiler for video:


"Breeze" by Megumi Hayashibara
Slayers Try (TV/Opening Theme/1997)

suggested by margafred
Spoiler for video:


"brave heart" by Ayumi Miyazaki
Digimon (Digital Monsters) Adventure (TV/Insert Song/1999)

Spoiler for video:


"Storm" by JAM Project featuring Ichiro Mizuki
Shin Getter Robo tai Neo Getter Robo (OAV/Opening Theme/2000)

Spoiler for video:


"Tsubasa wa Pleasure Line" by Minami Kuribayashi
Chrno Crusade: Mary Magdalene (TV/Opening Song/2003)

Spoiler for video:


"Kagayaki wa Kimi no Nakani" by Yume Suzuki
Ninku (TV/Opening Theme/1995)

Spoiler for video:


"First Kiss" by ICHIKO
Zero no Tsukaima/The Familiar of Zero (TV/Opening Theme/2006)

Spoiler for video:


"Tomoshibi" by Suara
ToHeart2 (TV/Ending Theme/2005)

Spoiler for video:


"Wonderful Life" by Mikio Sakai
Planetes (TV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-25/2003)

Spoiler for video:


"BLOOD QUEEN" by Aki Misato
Kaibutsu Oujo/Princess Resurrection (TV/Opening Theme/2007)

Spoiler for video:

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Who likes Ali Project? The link below will lead you to a video of Ali Project's Top 15 best selling anime-releated songs, several of which are already inducted into the HoF:
http://3q3q.blog89.fc2.com/blog-entry-5434.html
Spoiler for Ali Project Top 15:


Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 70 Week 72:

"Koi Kogarete Mita Yume" by Ayaka
Cross Game (TV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-13/2009)

suggested by pseudonhym
Spoiler for video:


Hoshizora no Spica" by Yukari Tamura
Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS (TV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-14/2007)

suggested by margafred
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"Yakusoku no basho e" by Chihiro Yonekura (eps 14-26)
Kaleido Star: New Wings (TV/Opening Theme #2, eps 14-26 /2003)

Spoiler for video:


"Venus Say" by BUZY
Futatsu no Spica/Twin Spica (TV/Opening Theme/2003)

Spoiler for video:


"Ai no Rinkaku" by Kokia
Brain Powered (TV/Ending Theme/1998)

Spoiler for video:


"Ichigo Complete" by Saeko Chiba, Fumiko Orikasa, Ayako Kawasumi and Mamiko Noto
Strawberry Marshmallow/Ichigo Mashimaro (TV/Opening Theme/2005)

Spoiler for video:


"Dare ga Tame ni" by Ken Narita and Koorogi '73
Cyborg 009 (TV2/Opening Theme/1979)

Spoiler for video:


"Minami Kaze" by Mikuni Shimokawa
Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid (TV/Opening Theme/2005)

Spoiler for video:


"Galaxy in my Hands" by Junko Iwao
Key the Metal Idol (TV/Ending Theme #3, eps 15/1995)

Spoiler for video:


"Yuujou Monogatari" by Aice5
Inukami! (TV/Ending Theme #1/2006)

Spoiler for video:

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