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Old 2010-10-26, 09:19   Link #301
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One Day by the Rootless of is the best opening theme for One Piece compared to the other opening themes for the last decade.

I agree with Maaya Sakamoto's revival of those classic songs (Shimokawa Mikuni, Nana Kitade, and Shoko Nakagawa are some of my favorites) With the later added in my Alternate Singer Mix Collection which feature great old anime songs performed by the latest singers to another level. Hopefully, she sing the 1st opening song of Slam Dunk peformed by BAAD in one of her concerts when the anime celebrates its 20 years, it would be interesting.

I hope she will sing in the future a anime song previously sang by men as a good inclusion to my Cross World Collection.

@You could link the Heidi post with those Gintama Heidi parodies.
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Old 2010-10-31, 06:43   Link #302
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That one piece opening was excellent, thank you. I won't know it if I don't come here because while I like One Piece, I never watched the anime (the amount of episode is just...too big).

As for the best OP....Yakusoku no Basho e of Kaleido star and Hajimari no Kaze from Saiunkoku no Monogatari. Both songs have an irreplaceable place in my heart ;_;

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Old 2010-11-03, 09:44   Link #303
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@christinemarie: From what I've seen in Youtube, Gintama parodies Heidi (Funny as hell!) the anime but not it's opening sequence.

News: This week's Oricon singles chart has 4 anime theme songs occupying the Top 10. One Piece OP13, "One Day" by the Rootless (championed by christinemarie and Flyvedelta), is the only holdover from last week at #5 with 11,944 copies sold. 2 new anime songs likewise debuted as provided below:

Spoiler for video:

"kizunairo" by Lia/Fortune Arterial ~Akae Yakusoku~ OP/#6 with 11,139 copies sold
"Lia's next anime theme single after her best-selling "My Soul, Your Beats!" single. A good song as what you'd expect from Lia and probably the highlight of the low buzz anime series."

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"ROSE HIP-BULLET" by GRANRODEO/Togainu no Chi OP/#7 with 11,020 sold
"Arguably, the best song to date of this two piece band headed by the seiyuu voicing Stiyl Magnus of the Index series. Hard rock songs from this band is a welcome respite from the usual anime theme songs"

But the really big J-pop news is that idol girl group AKB48's "Beginner" sold a mindblowing 826,989 copies in it's first week (9th best of all time) and became best-selling single of 2010 (so far) after only 3 days. Their past two singles had sold over 500,000+ copies. In the U.S. only Flo Rida ("Right Round") and Ke$ha ("TikTok") had 500,000+ singles sales debut. And oh lest I forget, Houkago Tea Time's first full album for K-ON!! sold 127,000 copies to debut at #1. That's peanuts compared to Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" album which sold 1,047,000 copies in the U.S. but still an amazing feat for a fictional group. What a great week for the music industry.

Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 87 (The Week ending on October 31, 2010):

"Shizuku" by Miwaku Okuda
GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka) (TV/Ending Theme #2, eps 17-33/2000)
suggested by christinemarie

Spoiler for video:


"Continued Story" by Hitomi (Hitomi Kuroishi)
Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch R2/Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV/Insert Song, ep. 25/2008)
suggested by Gotank

Spoiler for WARNING: Major Spoiler Video:


"From Dusk Till Dawn" by abingdon boys school
DARKER THAN BLACK -Ryuusei no Gemini-/Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor (TV/Ending Theme/2009)
suggested by Traece

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"CHANGE THE WORLD" by V6
Inuyasha (TV/Opening Theme #1, eps. 1-34/2000)

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"Kibouhou" by Strawberry JAM
Spiral ~ Suiri no Kizuna/Spiral ~Lines of Reasoning (TV/Opening Theme/2002)

Spoiler for video:


"Wana" by The BACK HORN
Kidou Senshi Gundam 00/Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (TV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-13/207)

Spoiler for video:


"Dare yori mo Tooku e" by Maron Kusaka
Tom Sawyer no Boken/The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (TV/Opening Theme/1980)

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"Yuki no Tsubasa" by redballoon
Gintama (TV/Ending Theme #3, eps 25-37/2006)

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"Minashigo Hutch" by Yuri Shimazaki
Konchu Monogatari Minashigo Hutch/The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee (TV/Opening Theme/1970)

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"a little pain" by OLIVIA inspi' REIRA ~TRAPNEST~ (Olivia Lufkin)
NANA (TV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-8, 10-18, 41/2006)

Spoiler for video:

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Old 2010-11-09, 18:44   Link #304
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As of this writing Oricon has not yet posted it's top 10 singles for the week. I'll just report it next week.

Here are the Top 25 anime songs of last month (care of keroroinnovator), I don't why it has no sounds but there's a niconico link in the youtube page if you want sounds:
Spoiler for video:


Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 88 (The Week ending on November 7, 2010):

"changes" by Base Ball Bear
Toshokan Sensou/Library War (TV/Ending Theme/2008)
suggested by christinemarie

Spoiler for video:


"Sailor Star Song" by Kae Hanazawa
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars (TV/Opening Theme/1996)
suggested by Margafred

Spoiler for video:


"SEASON's CALL" by HYDE
Saiunkoku Monogatari/The Story of Saiunkoku (TV/Ending Theme/2006)
suggested by Varaxis

Spoiler for video:


"Ame ni Kiss no Hanataba wo" by Imai Miki
Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl (TV/Opening Theme #2, eps 44-81/1990)

Spoiler for video:


"Precure 5, Full Throttle GoGo!" by Mayu Kudou with Precure 5
Yes! Precure 5 GoGo! (TV/Opening Theme/2008)

Spoiler for video:


"Fushigi-Iro Happiness" by Yoko Obata
Mahou no Star Magical Emi/Magical Star Magical Emi (TV/Opening Theme/1985)

Spoiler for video:


"DON'T YOU...?" by Mitsuko Horie/Time Five
Himitsu no Akko-chan (TV2/Ending Theme/1988)

Spoiler for video:


"Just be conscious" by Megumi Hayashibara
Slayers RETURN (movie/Ending Theme/1996)

Spoiler for video:


"Haikara-san ga tooru" by Shosuke Sekita
Haikara-san ga Tooru/Smart-san (TV/Opening Theme/1978)

Spoiler for video:


"Bokura no Paaman" by Miwa Katsue Miwa and Columbia Yurikago-Kai
Paaman/Perman (TV2/Opening Theme/1983)

Spoiler for video:


Parody Watch: Last week's episode of South Park made a parody to the theme song of My Neighbor Totoro. Who knew Matt Stone and Trey Parker were Hayao Miyazaki fans ? My Neighbor Totoro might be my 5th favorite anime movie (after Spirited Away, Akira, Princess Mononoke and Grave of the Fireflies) but the song below is my favorite song from an anime movie. That may be the reason I was laughing so hard when I watched the South Park bit. Nice job, Matt and Trey.

Here's the original song "Tonari no Totoro"
Spoiler for video:

Here's the South Park parody song "Turning Dreams into Nightmares"
WARNING: BAD LANGUAGE, what'd you expect? it has Cartman!
Spoiler for video:

and here's a key scene in My Neighbor Totoro spliced with it's South Park parody, click here.

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Old 2010-11-15, 08:21   Link #305
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Oricon has 2 new anime songs in the top 10:

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#6. "No buts!" by Mami Kawada/To aru Majutsu no Index II OP/12,495 copies sold
"An upbeat song from Ms. Kawada. This is her fifth tie-in song for the series and like the first four, this one doesn't disappoint. Personally, I think this
is her best since her work in Shakugan no Shana (Joint, Akai Namida)."

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#10. "God Only Knows ~Shuuseki Kairo no Yume Tabibito" by Oratorio the World God Only Knows"/The World God Only Knows OP/10,742 copies sold
"If you wonder why the voice seems so familiar it is because it is sung by no other than the singer noted for ef's OP "euphoric field", ELISA. I recommend listening to the 8 minute full version to better appreciate it."


Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 89 (The Week ending on November 14, 2010):

"Kimi, Meguru, Boku" by Motohiro Hata
Itazura na Kiss (TV/Opening Theme/2008)
suggested by christinemarie

Spoiler for video:


"Spirale" by Yui Makino
ARIA The ORIGINATION (TV/Opening Theme/2008)
suggested by margafred

Spoiler for video:


"Kimi no Uta" by abingdon boys school
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 (TV/Opening Theme/2009)
suggested by frustra

Spoiler for video:


"Tsuzuku Sekai" by Shoko Nakagawa
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann: Guren-hen/Gurren Lagann the Movie –Childhood's End- (movie/Ending Theme/2008)

Spoiler for video:


"Proof of Myself" by Megumi Hayashibara
Saber Marionette J to X (TV/Opening Theme/1998)

Spoiler for video:


"Ninja Hattori-kun" by Junko Hori
Ninja Hattori-kun/Hattori, the Little Ninja (TV/Opening Theme/1981)

Spoiler for video:


"Mattete Goran" by Ohsugi Kumiko
Alps no Shoujo Heidi/Heidi, Girl of the Alps (TV/Ending Theme/1974)

Spoiler for video:


"Dororon Enma-kun" by Chika Nakayama
Dororon Enma-kun/Demon Prince Enma (TV/Opening Theme/1973)

Spoiler for video:


"Tarirariran no Konyanyachiwa" by Greenpeace and Columbia Yurikago-Kai
Ganso Tensai Bakabon/Original Genius Bakabon (TV/Opening Theme/1975)

Spoiler for video:


"Gun's&Roses" by Paradise Lunch
Baccano! (TV/Opening Theme/2007)

Spoiler for video:


Speaking of the last song, a Nico Nico Douga group compiled their individual performances of "Gun's&Roses" into a single piece which I find awesome, though the violin player with the rabbit mask creeps me out.
Spoiler for video:

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Old 2010-11-15, 18:24   Link #306
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Recommendations for the month of November 2010

Spoiler for Suicides Love Story by Nana Kitade:


Spoiler for Peony Pink by ALI Project:


Spoiler for Yashashisa ni Tsutsumareta Nara by Maaya Sakamoto:


Spoiler for Winterwish by Chihiro Yonekura:


Spoiler for Spiritual Garden by Yukari Tamura:
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Old 2010-11-16, 23:15   Link #307
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Hi, I love this thread. Keep up the good work!
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Old 2010-11-17, 15:20   Link #308
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No nominations yet for "Sign of Love" by immi, the OP for Saraiya Goyou? I'm hard pressed to decide between this and Cross Game's "Summer Rain" for best OP of 2010.

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Old 2010-11-23, 02:28   Link #309
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@fuzzboo: I'm happy that you love this thread. Thanks for registering just to post this message!
@SeijiSensei: I've yet to post a song released 2010 but I'm accepting suggestions to include in my top songs for 2010 to be revealed in the first week of January 2011. Relating to that, here are the 30 best selling anison singles for 2010 so far (2009/12/28 to 2010/10/25) courtesy of Animeraku
Spoiler for Top 30 Anison sales of 2010 so far:


Spoiler for Chart News:


Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 90 (The Week ending on November 21, 2010):

"Last regrets" by Ayana
Kanon (TV2/Opening Theme/2006)
suggested by christinemarie

Spoiler for video:


"Lacrimosa" by Kalafina
Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler (TV/Ending Theme #2/2009)
suggested by Monitkowa

Spoiler for video:


"Orenji" by Rie Kugimiya, Eri Kitamura and Yui Horie
Toradora! (TV/Opening Theme #2/2009)
suggested by frivolity

Spoiler for video:


"BLAZE" by Kinya (Kinya Kotani)
Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE (TV/Opening Theme #1/2005)

Spoiler for video:


"Inakappe Taisho" by Yoshimi Yoshida
Inakappe Taisho/General Inakappe (TV/Ending Theme/1970)

Spoiler for video:


"Dokomademo Arukou ne" by Kumiko Ohsugi
Flanders no Inu/Dog of Flanders (TV/Ending Theme/1975)

Spoiler for video:


"Bokura Kyoudai, Tentou Mushi" by Mitsuko Horie
Tentou Mushi no Uta/Song of the Ladybug (TV/Opening Theme/1974)

Spoiler for video:


"Mahou no Mako-chan" by Mitsuko Horie
Mahou no Mako-chan/Mako the Mermaid (TV/Opening Theme/1970)

Spoiler for video:


"WHAT'S UP GUYS?" by Shinnosuke Furumoto and Megumi Hayashibara
Bakuretsu Hunter/Sorcerer Hunters (TV/Opening Theme/1995)

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"Miracle Girl" by Mariko Nagai
Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl (TV/Opening Theme #1, eps 1-43/1989)

Spoiler for video:

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Old 2010-11-28, 03:05   Link #310
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Regarding my recommendation for November "Yashashisa ni Tsutsumareta Nara" its the ending theme of Kiki's Delivery Service by Yumi Arai, revived by Maaya Sakamoto (There are tons of artists/seiyuu revived the song for the last 21 years.). It's even on the Hall of Fame list already. I like the new version song by her better than its predecessor.


Recommendations for the month of December 2010

Spoiler for Monochrome by Haruka Tomatsu:


Spoiler for Snow Tears by Shoko Nakagawa:


Spoiler for Katayoku no Tori by Akiko Shikata:


Spoiler for Nageki no Tenshi by Kaori Nazuka:


Spoiler for Energy by Marina Inoue:
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Old 2010-11-28, 08:21   Link #311
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Recommendations for the month of December 2010

Spoiler for Monochrome by Haruka Tomatsu:
I second this one, can't wait for the full song personally.
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Old 2010-11-28, 16:04   Link #312
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Can't beat the classic "We Are" from One Piece, and all the adaptions of it just it make it to awesome~

Spoiler for We Are:


Spoiler for We Are (Tohoshinki cover):


Spoiler for We Are (9 Strawhats Version):




The 9 Strawhat one is just full of so much win~
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Old 2010-12-01, 00:52   Link #313
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@SOGESNAKE: I agree, "We Are" FTW and one of the earliest inclusions in the Hall of Fame from the late 90's-early 2000's.

Chart News: This is one of the few weeks of the calendar year where there are no new anison entries in the Oricon Top 10.

Anison Pop-Culture Watch: Belated Happy Thanksgiving to all! Macy's Thanksgiving Day has the New York Police Department Marching Band playing Space Battleship Yamato's (not "Yamamoto" as reported by NBC) OP "Uchuu Senkan Yamato", which is the best anison of the 70's in my book and the second most requested anison in Japanese karaoke joints, behind "Cutey Honey" (click here for the anime OP). See the clip below:
Spoiler:

It's not the 1st time they played it. You can see their June 6 performance (much better video) at Central Park to commemorate Japan Day here.

Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 91 (The Week ending on November 28, 2010) which aside from the suggestions is OLD school:

"Minna no Peace" by Afromania
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (TV/Ending Theme #3, eps 17-27/2007)
suggested by christinemarie

Spoiler for video:


"Destiny -Taiyou no Hana-" by Hitomi Shimatani
Black Jack 21 (TV/Opening Theme/2006)
suggested by Varaxis

Spoiler for video:


"Ready!" by Rie Kugimiya, Eri Kitamura and Yui Horie
One Piece: Nejimaki Shima no Bouken/One Piece: Clockwork Island Adventure (movie2/Jango's Dance Carnival short Ending Theme/2001)
suggested by margafred

Spoiler for video:


"Tensai Doronbo" by Noriko Ohara, Kazuya Tatekabe, Jouji Yanami
Yatterman (TV/Ending Theme/1977)

Spoiler for video:


"Lupin Sansei Sono 2" by Charlie Kosei
Lupin III (TV/Ending Theme/1971)

Spoiler for video:


"midori no youdamari" by MICCHII & CHATAAZU
Yama Nezumi Rocky Chuck/Fables of the Green Forest (TV/Opening Theme/1973)

Spoiler for video:


"Chiisana Baikingu Bikke" by Yoko Kuri and the Vikings
Chiisana Viking Vicke/Vicky the Viking (TV/Opening Theme #1/1974)

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"Hahaue sama" by Yoshiko Fujita
Ikkyu-san (TV/Ending Theme/1975)

Spoiler for video:


"Mach Go Go Go" by Vocal Shop
Mach Go Go Go/Speed Racer (TV/Opening Theme/1967)

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"Itazura no Uta" by Yukari Asai, Masako Nozawa, Midori Kato and Michiko Hirai
Mahou Tsukai Sally/Magical Witch Sally (TV/Ending Theme #2/1967)

Spoiler for video:

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Old 2010-12-02, 09:07   Link #314
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Think the "music fans" or "music otaku" are getting angry now that Oricon's charts are dominated by anisongs?
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Old 2010-12-03, 15:09   Link #315
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Definitely Fushigi Yuugi's song that comes up when a love moment happens, but I dont know the title :/
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Definitely Fushigi Yuugi's song that comes up when a love moment happens, but I dont know the title :/
It's out of my recommendation list (only the opening made it, something painful happened to the past when I hear this song it brings back those memories made me not to add it.) but since someone from my timeline or the new generations wants to listen to it, here it is.

*Star Driver Kagayaki no Takuto seems using Curious Play's Maiden rules plot.*

Spoiler for Tokimeki no Doukasen by Yukari Imano:
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Old 2010-12-04, 06:37   Link #317
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Think the "music fans" or "music otaku" are getting angry now that Oricon's charts are dominated by anisongs?
Good question that I can't resist answering. I assume that the "music fans" or "music otaku" you are referring to are big fans of the mainstream J-Pop/J-Rock artists as supposed to works by anime voice actors (like Nana Mizuki, Aya Hirano) or artists whose works are majority anime tie-ins (like KOTOKO, ALI PROJECT). If that's the case, then in my opinion the answer is a qualified yes.

I agree that this has been a banner year for anime music not just in terms of sales and chart ranking but also in respectability and critical praise. It is expected that around 100 anime tie-in singles will place in the top 10 for the year 2010, a record that is most welcomed for the anime community but may raise some eyebrows of people outside it. They may not like the fact that anime songs are getting attention in the Japanese mainstream and is not a niche market anymore, but they are a minority. There may be or eventually be a backlash to the increased exposure of anime music in primetime Japanese TV or other media but for this year new fans have outweighed the cynics. Below are some articles to prove my above-discussed statements:

1. The Japanese communications service provider BIGLOBE recently presented the top 10 anime news stories of 2010 (Noteworthy are Nos. 8 and 10)
#8 The anime song whirlwind as one tie-in song after another takes over the Oricon charts' top ranks (which relates to #1 The Big Boom of K-ON!!)
#10 Anime voice actresses and actors make a splash in magazines and television highlighted by Nana Mizuki's appointment to Kouhaku Uta Gassen's support team.

2.Anime songs top charts with talented singers and support from women
Apparently, majority of the sales of singles from seiyuus came from female consumers. When the Tower Records store in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district opened a section for anime songs this spring, there was a 30% spike in female customers. The manager believes that this big boom will continue as talents are going into the anime songs genre.

3. New fans groove to 'anime music'
Anime music is considered a musical sub-genre of J-Pop but just like alternative music was in the early 90's, this year, what was once music catering to a specific market is now debuting high in the Oricon daily or weekly charts on a regular basis. New music magazines are even devoted to the genre.

4. Lastly, let's explore the situation back in 2005: More Exposure for Anime Music Wanted (June 2005)
A #3 anime song could not even secure a spot on music shows, 2ch lobbied in the vain. It was considered a risk for an artist who is not yet well-established to do an OP or ED to an anime song since some sectors would brand that artist as second-rate. Even a musical guest on a radio show made the comment "I hope these [anime] things would just go away".

But, today, five years later: NHK to air a TV show about popular anime songs (May 2010)
2ch got its wish, better late than never.Clearly the demand is there, it's about time NHK to supply that demand. It took K-ON!!, Nana Mizuki, Lia, May'n and even virtual idol Hatsune Miko selling singles like hotcakes and selling out concerts to force a change.

On a final note, I would like to state my personal view that anime music has it's share of horrible music which adds fuel to the fire of these 'haters' (some quarters would point to some K-ON!! singles as example) but such may also be said for mainstream J-Pop which has it's share of bad singles which sold well. If a song's total sales correlates to its beauty then this world would be a much better place. In my world, Maaya Sakamoto has a dozen #1 singles and KOKIA would have sold-out concerts but life is not fair and beautiful song just like a beautiful woman really depends on the eye of the beholder (of course there are general consensus). Moreover, other forces are at work: radio, TV and the music company's promotion being the major ones. Thus, I am glad that there are bashers out there, just hope that the commotion won't die down since it may mean that anime music is relegated back to the bargain bin of a music store gathering dust.

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Old 2010-12-04, 06:59   Link #318
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Assuming they would use the same song from the game Valkyria Chronicles 3 to its 2 episode OVA anime this Spring 2011. It reminds me of MS: 008th for some reason.
Spoiler for Moshimo Kimi ga Negau no Nara by May'n:
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Old 2010-12-07, 13:58   Link #319
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Annual Karaoke Ranking 2010
Anime, VOCALOID (V) in the top 30
01. Zankoku na Tenshino These (A Cruel Angel’s Thesis) / Yohko Takahashi EVANGELION
04. magnet / minato feat. Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka (V)
06. Ura Omote Lovers / wowaka feat. Hatsune Miku (V)
07. Melt / supercell (V)
08. Roshin Yuukai / iroha(sasaki) feat. Kagamine Rin (V)
10. World is Mine / supercell (V)
11. Lion / May’n and Megumi Nakajima Macross Frontier
13. Romio and Cinderella / doriko (V)
14. God knows… / Haruhi Suzumiya(CV: Aya Hirano) The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
17. Just Be Friends / Dixie Flatline feat. Megurine Luka (V)
25. Uso / Sid FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST
26. Black Rock Shooter / supercell (V)
28. Sosei no Aquarion (Genesis of Aquarion) / AKINO Genesis of Aquarion

It seems Uso by SID deserves some recommendation.

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Old 2010-12-08, 04:17   Link #320
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Here are my inductions into the Hall of Fame for Week 92 (The Week ending on December 5, 2010):

"BOYS & GIRLS" by LM.C
Katekyo Hitman REBORN! (TV/Opening Theme #2, eps 27-51/2007)
suggested by christinemarie

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"Yuudachi" by Shikao Suga
Boogiepop wa Warawanai/Boogiepop Phantom (TV/Opening Theme/2000)
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"Ashite Hareru Ka" by Takao Kisugi
Maison Ikkoku (TV/Ending Theme #1, eps 1-14/2001)
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"Ganbare! Akado Suzunosuke" by The Little Singers of Tokyo
Akado Suzunosuke/Redbreast Suzunosuke (TV/Opening Theme/1972)

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"Song of Ganba" by Masahiro Kawahara
Ganba no Boken/The Adventures of Ganba (TV/Opening Theme/1975)

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"Minihamuzu no Ai no Uta" by Minihamuzu
Tottoko Hamutaro: Hamu Hamu Land Daibouken/Hamtaro: Ham Ham Land Big Adventure (movie/Ending Theme/2001)

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"Brand New World" by V6
Inuyasha (TV/Ending Theme #8,eps 149-165/2004)

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"Bouken Desho Desho?" by Aya Hirano
Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu/The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (TV/Opening Theme/2006)

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"just think of tomorrow" by Mari Sasaki
Musekinin Kanchou Tylor/The Irresponsible Captain Tylor (TV/Opening Theme/1993)

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"Magical Dreamer" by LINDBERG
Yadamon (TV/Opening Theme/1992)

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It's almost the end of the year, please tell me what are your top songs of the year (around 5 to 10) songs so I have an idea as to what 2010 anime songs to induct first in 2011.

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