I love listening to anime opening/ ending theme songs!

Hello everyone! Did you have a good weekend? I enjoyed it by resting my tired body despite still being a ‘spring chicken’ as some of the older folks might say. Even though I am still in my mid-twenties I can already feel in my body that I am no longer very young and flexible as I used to be as a young teenager. It’s so sad 😦

Anyway… I decided on my own (I’m sorry my  blog followers for sometimes being such a fickle and spontaneous person) that I would write a blog post every other Sunday (at least try to) instead of every Sunday since I am not doing a good job as it is posting every Sunday. Today is Sunday and if you guessed that today’s post is related to things that I like and love/ what I’m doing with my life, then you’ve guessed right.

Anyway, today I wanted to mention that I have gotten into the habit of listening to (Japanese) anime opening and ending theme songs. If you are familiar with an anime otaku (nerd), or if you are one yourself, then you would know what I am talking about. Somewhere along the line with your obsession or interest with anime you will get into the habit of liking the anime theme opening and ending songs. As you watch your favourite anime you would then decide to download the song on your computer or save the song on your playlist on your phone  so you will be able to listen to it wherever you go. I have been into anime for quite a long time and the more I started to love anime and my obsession grew, I also started to download the theme songs and listened to them when I had nothing better to do.

It has been about 4 to four and a half years since I started downloading anime theme songs that I truly enjoy listening to. I first started off with One Piece and Naruto opening and ending theme songs because I used to be a big fan of these animes before they turned to shit in the the recent episodes. (Especially One Piece that has about over 600 episodes and the  last 200 to 250 episode are crap in my opinion and it used to be so good!)

Anyway, now I will post just a few of my favourite anime theme songs that I have enjoyed listening.

And the first one is Full Alchemist Brotherhood opening theme song ‘Again‘ sung by Japanese singer Yui.

Next up is to Fairy Tail’s ‘Fiesta‘ opening theme song.

Followed by One Piece’s ‘Kokoro no Chizu’.

And another One Piece opening theme song ‘One Day‘ sung by the band The Rootless. Every time I listen to this song it makes me tear up because I remember Ace. That War arc was very good but very sad at the ending. Why did Ace have to die?!! (Wiping a tear) 😥

Up next is Durarara’s first opening theme song ‘Uragiri no Yuuyake‘.

I also enjoyed listening to the first opening theme song of Tokyo Ghoul ‘Unravel‘. Not so much the opening theme song of the second season. It was a little bit of a disappointment.

And last, but certainly not least, is Norgami’s opening theme song ‘Goya no Machiwase‘ sung by the band Hello Sleepwalkers.

I could go on and on about all of the anime theme songs I enjoy listening to, but then this blog post would be endless. For now I will stop here and hope to see you all the next time I post.

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Author: Angie's Inspiration

My name is Angie Ignacio, I currently live in The Netherlands but I am originally from a very small five (5) square mile island in the Dutch Caribbean called Saba. I enjoy learning new things, meeting new people, dancing, singing, watching anime and reading manga comics. I also enjoy listening to Asian (Japanese, Korean and sometimes Chinese) music. I am trying to learn the Japanese language since I am such a big fan of Japan. I am also a published author of two books a poetry book called I'm Only Human and children's picture book called Baby Toucan.

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  1. Hi Angie, found you on about.me. I’m not really an anime fan, but I do like Saint Seiya, which was a huge success here in Brazil when I was a kid. I love the opening and end themes, but what really mesmerizes me, even to this day, is the soundtrack by Seiji Yokoyama. I truly believe that if that guy were european he would be as revered as Ennio Morricone and Nino Rota.

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    1. Thank you. SO I guess people do really check out my About.me blog updates sometimes, lol. I am glad you left a comment.

      I’m not sure, I may be wrong but is Saint Seiya the same as Saint Beast or am I mixing up the two? Because I have seen half of Saint Beasts but can’t really remember the sound track right now. I’ll have to go back and watch it again and hopefully complete it the next time.

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      1. I’ve honestly never heard about Saint Beast. Saint Seiya is from the 80’s, quite old actually, but apparently they are still producing new arcs (I haven’t been following). But here’s an example from the original anime:

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      2. Thanks a lot. I will check it out once I get home because right now I am stealing some chances from work to view my page, lol. 😛

        By the way, Saint Beast is also quite a very old anime too. You can tell by the artwork. It looks 90-ish.

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