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Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets!!

Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets!!

Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets!! (High School of the dead ending song track). Watch the lyrics and listen to Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets Highschool Of The Dead song. This song is featured in hit anime series High School Of The Dead (HOTD). The anime has been on a hiatus as of date. We hope the creator of the manga has handed over the story to some capable artist to create the manga in his place because last we heard was that he was very ill seriously. We suggest using the translator if you do not know the Japanese language. Subscribe to our website to avail amazing discounts at our associated services by clicking here.

While searching over the internet we came across the following information about the famed band on Wikipedia the free encyclopedia:

Kishida Kyoudan & The Akeboshi Rockets (Japanese岸田教団&THE明星ロケッツHepburnKishida Kyōdan ando ji Akeboshi Rokettsu) is a Japanese rock band currently signed to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Beginning in 2004 as a one-man unit covering songs from different series, more members joined in 2007, and in 2010 the band made their major debut with the single “Highschool of the Dead”, used as the opening theme of the 2010 anime television series Highschool of the Dead.

The band began in 2004 as a one-man dōjin music unit consisting of musician Kishida Kyoudan, who covered songs from different series, such as Touhou Project and video games by Key. He released a CD featuring original songs and covers of songs from Type-Moon games and Touhou Project at Winter Comiket in 2005. Vocalist Ichigo joined in 2007.[1]

The band made their major debut in 2010 with the release of the single “Highschool of the Dead” under Geneon Universal (now NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan); the title song is used as the opening theme to the 2010 anime television series Highschool of the Dead.[2][3] The band released its second single “Strike the Blood” on October 30, 2013 under Warner Bros. Home Entertainment; the title song is used as the first opening theme to the 2013 anime television series Strike the Blood.[4] They released their third single “Gate (Sore wa Akatsuki no You ni)” (GATE〜それは暁のように〜) on July 29, 2015; the title song is used as the opening theme to the 2015 anime television series Gate.[5] They released their fourth single “Gate II (Sekai o Koete)” (GATE II 〜世界を超えて〜) on January 27, 2016; the title song is used as the opening theme to the second season of Gate.[6][7] They released their fifth single “Tenkyou no Alderamin” on July 20, 2016; the title song is used as the opening theme of the 2016 animated television series Alderamin on the Sky. They released their sixth single “Blood on the EDGE” on December 26, 2016; the title song is used as the opening theme of the 2016 animated OVA series Strike the Blood II.

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Senritsu no Kodomotachi By ALI Project

Senritsu no Kodomotachi By ALI Project

Watch the video and listen to the song Senritsu no Kodomotachi By ALI Project. The song was included as the second opening theme of the anime Phantom of Inferno (Requiem for the phantom). If you want to watch the anime search it in the menu above under tab named Anime or just click here. We encourage you to support the artists. Click on the image below.

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Senritsu no Kodomotachi” (戦慄の子供たち, “Children of Fear”) is Ali Project‘s 25th single. This single was released on August 19, 2009 under Glory Heaven, a sublabel of Lantis, an anime music company.

The single title will be used as the second opening theme for the anime series Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~.

This single will only come in a regular CD only edition. The single’s catalog number is LASM-4020.

Track listing[edit]

# Track Name Romaji
01 戦慄の子供たち Senritsu no Kodomotachi
02 Hell’s Maria
03 戦慄の子供たち -Instrumental- Senritsu no Kodomotachi -Instrumental-
04 Hell’s Maria -Instrumental-
Jigokuno Mon: ALI Project Phantom of inferno ending 1

Jigokuno Mon: ALI Project Phantom of inferno ending 1

Jigokuno Mon By ALI Project. This song featured in the first ending of the anime phantom of inferno (Requiem for the phantom) watch and enjoy this beautiful song. Following information is related from the Wikipedia the great encyclopedia:

Jigoku no Mon” (地獄の門, “Hell’s Gate”) is Ali Project‘s 24th single, released on May 27, 2009 under Glory Heaven, the recording label of Lantis, an anime music company. This is also their first single with the said label.

The single’s title tune was used as the ending theme for the anime series Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~.

This single came in a regular CD only edition and a limited CD+DVD edition. The DVD contained the PV for the title track. The single’s catalog numbers are LASM-4013 for the regular edition while LASM-34013 and LASM-34014 for the limited edition.

Track listing

# Track Name Romaji
01 地獄の門 Jigoku no Mon
02 吾君想う故に吾在り生き霊となりて Ware Kimi Omou Yue ni Ware Ari Ikiryou to Narite
03 地獄の門 -Instrumental- Jigoku no Mon -Instrumental-
04 吾君想う故に吾在り生き霊となりて -Instrumental- Ware Kimi Omou Yue ni Ware Ari Ikiryou to Narite -Instrumental-
Yui Singing Life featured in Bleach Anime

Yui Singing Life featured in Bleach Anime

YUI singing Life. This song was featured in anime named “Bleach”. Watch the video, listen to the song and enjoy the music. Read the Lyrics. Following information has been related from the Wikipedia:

[“Life” is the third single by the Japanese artist Yui. It was released November 9, 2005, under Sony Records. “Life” has been the 5th ending theme for the popular anime series Bleach. The music video was directed by Takahiro Miki.[1]]

Track listing:

All tracks are written by Yui.

CD
No. Title Arranger(s) Length
1. “Life” Northa+ 3:58
2. “Crossroad” hideyuki DAICHI suzuki
3. “Tomorrow’s way ~Yui Acoustic Version~” hideyuki DAICHI suzuki
4. “Life ~Instrumental~” Northa+

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total
November 9, 2005 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 9 44,708
Shoujo-S by SCANDAL

Shoujo-S by SCANDAL

SCANDAL performing Shoujo-S. Watch the video, Listen to the music and enjoy the song. Bleach anime also features this one. Following information has been related from the WIkipedia:

[“Shōjo S” (少女S) is the third major single (sixth overall) released by Japanese pop rock band Scandal. The title track was used as the tenth opening theme for the anime Bleach, as well as the opening song for the Nintendo DS game Bleach DS 4th: Flame Bringer.[1][2] The single was released in three versions: two limited editions and a regular edition, all with different track lists. Limited edition A came with a Bleach notebook while limited edition B came with a fold-out poster of Scandal on one side and Bleach on the reverse. Both limited versions came with a Bleach sticker. The single reached #6 on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for thirteen weeks.[1] Because it sold 33,881 copies in 2009, it was the #194 single of that year. It was certified gold by the RIAJ for selling over 100,000 digital copies in August 2009.[3]]

Track listing:

Normal edition (ESCL-3216)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. “Shōjo S” (少女S; Girls) Tomomi Ogawa Yuichi Tajika 3:11
2. “Natsu Neiro” (ナツネイロ; Summer Tone) Rina Suzuki , Natsumi Kobayashi MASTERWORKS 4:33
3. “Future” Scandal, Natsumi Kobayashi Takeo Asami 3:36
Total length: 11:20
Limited edition A (ESCL-3214)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. “Shōjo S” (少女S; Girls) TOMOMI Yuichi Tajika 3:11
2. “Natsu Neiro” (ナツネイロ; Summer Tone) RINA, Natsumi Kobayashi MASTERWORKS 4:33
3. “So Easy” Scandal, Natsumi Kobayashi mitsubaco 3:36
4. “Shōjo S (Instrumental)” (少女S; Girls) Yuichi Tajika 3:11
Total length: 14:31
Limited edition B (ESCL-3215)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. “Shōjo S” (少女S; Girls) TOMOMI Yuichi Tajika 3:11
2. “Natsu Neiro” (ナツネイロ; Summer Tone) RINA, Natsumi Kobayashi MASTERWORKS 4:33
3. “Future” Scandal, Natsumi Kobayashi Takeo Asami 3:36
4. “Shōjo S (Instrumental)” (少女S; Girls) Yuichi Tajika 3:11
Total length: 14:31
Shunkan Sentimental BY SCANDAL

Shunkan Sentimental BY SCANDAL

SCANDAL singing and performing Shunkan Sentimental. Watch the video, listen to the music and enjoy. Fullmetal Alchemist also features this song. Following information has been related from the Wikipedia:

[“Shunkan Sentimental” (瞬間センチメンタル) is the fifth major single (eighth overall) released by Japanese pop rock band Scandal. The title track was used as the fourth ending theme of the anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.[1] The single was released in two versions: a limited edition that was housed in a Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood cardboard jacket and came with a bonus track, and a regular edition with a first press consisting of an alternate cover, a special Scandal booklet, and a Brotherhood sticker. The second B-side, “Yumemiru Koro wo Sugitemo”, is a cover of Hillbilly Bops’ song of the same name, which was the answered song of their previous single, “Yumemiru Tsubasa“. The single reached #7 on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for thirteen weeks, selling 32,624 copies.[1] It was certified platinum by the RIAJ for selling over 250,000 digital copies in January 2016.[2]]

Track listing:

Normal edition (ESCL-3381)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. “Shunkan Sentimental” (瞬間センチメンタル; Sentimental Moment) Scandal, Natsumi Kobayashi Yuichi Tajika 3:45
2. “Hoshi no Furu Yoru ni” (星の降る夜に; In the Night of Falling Stars) Scandal Yuichi Tajika 4:03
3. “Yumemiru Koro wo Sugitemo” (夢見る頃を過ぎても; Even If the Time to Dream Has Passed) (Hillbilly Bops cover) Chiroru Yaho Sachio Kubota 4:17
4. “Shunkan Sentimental (Instrumental)” (瞬間センチメンタル) Yuichi Tajika 3:46
Total length: 15:51
Limited edition (ESCL-3380)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. “Shunkan Sentimental” (瞬間センチメンタル; Sentimental Moment) Scandal, Natsumi Kobayashi Yuichi Tajika 3:45
2. “Hoshi no Furu Yoru ni” (星の降る夜に; In the Night of Falling Stars) Scandal Yuichi Tajika 4:03
3. “Yumemiru Koro wo Sugitemo” (夢見る頃を過ぎても; Even If the Time to Dream Has Passed) (Hillbilly Bops cover) Chiroru Yaho Sachio Kubota 4:17
4. “Sunkan Sentimental (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ED ver.)” (瞬間センチメンタル) Scandal, Natsumi Kobayashi Yuichi Tajika 1:31
5. “Shunkan Sentimental (Instrumental)” (瞬間センチメンタル) Yuichi Tajika 3:46
Total length: 17:22
STAND BY ME BY STEREOPONY

STAND BY ME BY STEREOPONY

Stereopony performing and singing Stand By Me. Watch the video and listen to the song. Enjoy, Following information has been related from the Wikipedia the great encyclopedia:

[Stereopony (ステレオポニーSutereoponī), was a Japanese pop rock band that formed in OkinawaJapan in 2007 and disbanded in 2012. The three-girl band consisted of Aimi Haraguni (lead vocals and guitar), Nohana Kitajima (bass guitar), and Shiho Yamanoha (drums). They were signed to the Sony Records music label.[1] The band released 11 singles and three studio albums.

Their 11th single “Stand By Me” was released on May 30, 2012; the title song was used as the ending theme of Eureka Seven: AO. Stereopony attended as special guests for Anime Festival Asia: Indonesia 2012.[25] Stereopony contributed the song “Again” on the Yui tribute album She Loves You released on October 24, 2012; “Again” is a cover of Yui’s 2009 single. After the band took a one-month break during Aimi’s throat polyp surgery, the members decided to disband in October 2012.[26] Their 12th and final single “Namida Nante Mishite Yannai” (涙なんて見してやんない) was released as the split single “Just Rock With Me / Namida Nante Mishite Yannai”. “Just Rock With Me” is the debut single of Evanpony, a band consisting of the members of Stereopony and Evan Taubenfeld. A compilation album titled Best of Stereopony was released on November 21, 2012. Stereopony’s farewell concert was at Akasaka Blitz in Tokyo on December 27, 2012.[27]].

Hitohira No Hanabira BY STEREOPONY

Hitohira No Hanabira BY STEREOPONY

Stereopony singing Hitohira No Hanabira. Watch the video and listen to music. Enjoy, Following information has been related from the Wikipedia the great encyclopedia:

Hitohira no Hanabira” is the first single by the Japanese rock group Stereopony. It was released on November 5, 2008, under gr8! Records. The main track, “Hitohira no Hanabira”, was the 17th ending theme for the anime series Bleach.[1]

The single reached #25 on the Oricon Weekly Charts.[2]

Track listing:

  1. Hitohira no Hanabira (ヒトヒラのハナビラlit. A Single Flower Petal)
  2. Nyamī (ニャーミィ)
  3. Yūkan na Funny Friends (勇敢なファニーフレンズYūkan na Fanī Furenzu, lit. Brave Funny Friends)
  4. “Hitohira no Hanabira” (Instrumental)

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total
November 5, 2008 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 25 15,489