Anime

UNLIMITED A Capella

When I was a thirteen-year-old lad approaching the seventh grade, Samurai 7 graced the small screen on Animax with its stirring opening song. Now, it is my turn to give you my rendition of UNLIMITED originally sung by Nanase Aikawa.

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Pazuru A Capella

Welcome to The NHK was anime which fascinated me as a high school freshman and truly appreciated when I was a high school graduated. Its opening theme originally sung by Round Table and Nino captured my heart ever since. I hope you enjoy my rendition of Pazuru, everybody.

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Inner Universe A Capella

Inner Universe, which was Ghost in The Shell: Stand Alone Complex’s first theme song originally sung by the phenomenal Origa, brought a lot of fond memories when I was a 12-year-old middle-schooler catching this every weekend on Animax as well as Adult Swim. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of this song.  

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ID A Capella

Saiyuki Reload’s first ending theme song has always been an earworm ever since I was a 12-year-old middle-schooler and I still love it to this day as an adult. I hope you enjoy my rendition of this song which was originally sung by Flow-war.  

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Do Re Mi no Uta A Capella

I remember encountering the Trapp Family Story anime series ever since I was a 7-year-old first-grader and re-encountering this particular opening as an adult since it was based on the Do Re Mi musical number from The Sound of Music. I hope you enjoy my rendition of this theme song.

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Tsuki no Uta A Capella

Texhnolyze is one of the top-tier anime series I have had the pleasure of viewing ever since I was a 12-year-old sixth-grader. I now give my spin on its ending theme, Tsuki no Uta, originally sung by GACKT. I hope you enjoy my rendition of this anime ending theme song.

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Nijiiro Ni Hikaru A Capella

Fun fact. This Detective School Q ending theme originally sung by the fabulous Aiko Kitahara was my introduction to this anime, especially since the Kamikakushi Village murders were my gateway episodes to Detective School Q. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of Nijiiro Ni Hikaru, everybody.

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MeiQ Meikyuu Make You A Capella

MeiQ, which is a play on words on the Japanese lexeme Meikyuu meaning labyrinth, originally sung by the heavenly Hayami Kishimoto was the opening song that got me pumped-up after school to tune into Detective School Q on Animax. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of Detective School Q’s first opening, everybody.  

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Koigokoro A Capella

Detective School Q’s first ending song Koigokoro originally sung by Akane Sugazaki brought me so many memories of my time as a 12-year-old sixth-grader enthusiastic to catch this show everyday on Animax after school. I hope you enjoy my rendition of Koigokoro.

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Te Wo Tsunaide A Capella

Jyu-Oh-Sei may be all style yet bear a pretty messy direction in the later half of its story, but one attribute can be agreed on. The ending theme song, Te Wo Tsunaide, originally sung by the fabulous Younha was the best thing about this show when I was tuning into this anime as a high-schooler. I hope you enjoy my rendition of Jyu-Oh-Sei.  

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