Discussion in 'Anime & Manga' started by Aoki91, Mar 11, 2016.
Lie your April, Your Name, Kekkai Sensen, Haikyuu, Howl's Moving Castle and Kyousougiga.
All of the Samurai Champloo soundtracks have to be the best I have ever heard.
Anything from Hiroyuki Sawano (Guilty Crown, Aldnoah Zero, Owari no Seraph, Gundam Unicorn). I try watching animes based on what he is composing for.
I recently really like the ending of Bungou Stray Dogs (Season 1, First ED) - Namae wo Yobu yo
I haven't watched anime in a while but it brings back so many memories.
This last one is more on the.....love romance?? side
Ao No Exorcist first opening of the first season and Noragami Aragoto opening in my heart forever
- Rize's scene give me chills every time...
Death note soundtracks and Shingeki No Kyojin soundtracks. <3
I love the Juni Taisen Original Soundtrack. It's pretty length as a whole (42 tracks), but at least each song is is between a couple of seconds to no more than 3 minutes per song.
Definitely these two there's so much more but these should suffice
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Ping Pong The Animation.
not even necessarily my favorite anime, but the music is undeniable. the battle music especially. always gets my adrenaline pumping haha.
kamisama hajimemashita 1 ending song is nice.
also amnesia opening. zeotrope, is it?
Rurouni Kenshin And Samurai Champloo
The soundtrack of NANA specially the song "A little pain". I know the song is 12 years old but it hits me so hard everytime I listen to it and NANA was such a good anime...
Naruto (Sadness and Sorrow, Samidare, Despair, ...)
One Piece (Mother Sea, To The Grand Line, Luffy Moukou, The Very Very Very Strongest, Gold and Oden...)
Fairy Tail (Emotional Theme, Battle Theme, Dragon Slayer...)
Katekyo Hitman Reborn (Tsuna Awakens)
Hikaru no Go (Kami no Itte, Majiwaru Michi, Tomadoi, Michibiki, Get Over ...)
Code Geass (Madder Sky, What is Justice, All Hai Britannia, Continued Story ...)
Guilty Crown (Eutrepe, Extreme, Blessing ...)
Bleach (Will of the heart, Soundscape to ardor, Never meant to belong, Here to stay, Stand up Be Strong...)
and Death Note
The soundtrack to Kimi no Na Wa is the best that I've ever heard.