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#1 Jan 21 2011 at 8:15 PM Rating: Excellent
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I received an MP3 player for Christmas and--having never really listened to much music before--I'm having a little difficulty filling it. Currently I have 75 songs, the majority of which are already from anime/games/movies. I was hoping for some suggestions that I may have overlooked.

A small provision, I prefer to listen to more iconic/recognizable/memorable songs. I would rather download the top1-3 songs from a series rather than the OST. I want to try and keep a "pure" collection where every song is something I really like and nothing seems mediocre to me.

To eliminate the possibility of a lot of redundant suggestions I'll just throw the whole list up here; it will likely be fairly sad, so feel free to snicker. To be clear, I'm not asking you to do anything ridiculous such as reading through the list and trying to match it. It's there just so you can think "Cowboy Bebop Theme? ctr+f 'tank'"



Song			Artist			Source 
Alice			Pogo			Alice in Wonderland 
Take It Off			Ke$ha			Animal 
Kaze No Iro March		Oranges & Lemons		Azumanga Daioh 
Guns & Roses		Paradise Lunch		Baccano! 
Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go!)	Garbage			BeautifulGarbage  
Hit in the USA		Beat Crusaders		Beck 
Uninstall			Chiaki Ishikawa		Bokurano 
Ningyo Hime		Tanaka Rie			Chobits 
Raison d'etre		Tanaka Rie			Chobits 
Radical Dreamers		SE			Chrono Cross 
Scars of Time		Yasunori Mitsuda		Chrono Cross 
Club Can't Handle Me 		Flo Rida			Club Can't Handle Me - Single 
Tank!			Yoko Kanno			Cowboy Bebop 
Harder,Better,Faster,Stronger	Daft Punk			Discovery 
Menya zovut Shnur		Leningrad			Dlya millionov 
Down			Jay Sean  FEAT. Lil Wanye	Down 
Be your girl			Chieko Kawabe		Elfen Lied 
Days			Flow			Eureka 7 
Shounen Heart		Home Made Kazoku		Eureka 7 
Sakura			Nirgilis			Eureka 7 
Blinded by Light		SE			FFXIII 
Blues Drive Monster		The Pillows			FLCL 
Carnival			The Pillows			FLCL 
Last Dinosaur		The Pillows			FLCL 
Little Busters		The Pillows			FLCL 
Kesenai Tsumi		Full Metal Alchemist		Fullmetal Alchemist 
Super Shooter		Gantz			Gantz 
Dia			Jumbo			Gran panoramico 
The Light Before We Land		The Delgados		Gunslinger Girl 
Free Bird			Haibane Renmei		Haibane Renmei 
Hekireki			Last Alliance		Hajime no Ippo 
Highschool of the Dead		THE Akeboshi Rockets		Highschool of the Dead 
I Like It (feat. Pitbull)		Enrique Iglesias		I Like It (feat. Pitbull) - Single 
Let It Rock (Ft. Lil' Wayne)	Kevin Rudolf			In The City 
Poker Face			Lady Gaga			iTunes 
A Morning in Norkia		Dolce Triade		Last Exile 
Under The Sea		The Little Mermaid		The Little Mermaid 
Get the Party Started		Pink			M!ssundaztood 
Expialidocious		Pogo			Mary Poppins 
Run			Susumu Hirasawa		Millennium Actress 
The Sore Feet Song		Ally Kerr			Mushishi 
Sally's Song			Catherine O'Hara/Danny Elfman	The Nightmare Before Christmas 
What's this			Catherine O'Hara/Danny Elfman	The Nightmare Before Christmas 
Crawl			Veltpunch			Nobari no Ou 
Allegro Cantabile Sound		SUEMITSU & THE SUEMITH	Nodame Cantabile 
Kirei na Kanjou		Yuki Kajiura			Noir 
Russian Dance - Trepak		Tchaikovsky		The Nutcracker 
Waltz of the Flowers		Tchaikovsky		The Nutcracker 
Shizuku Ippai no Kioku		Hirasawa Susumu		Paprika 
Mediational Field		Susumu Hirasawa		Paprika 
Yume no Shima Shinen Kouen	Susumu Hirasawa		Paranoia Agent 
Satellites			September			Remixland Vol.7 2005 Bootleg 
Kinjirareta Asobi		Ali Project			Rozen Maiden 
Duvet			Boa			Serial Experiments: Lain 
You're Not Here		Akira Yamaoka		Silent Hill 
Silent Hill			Akira Yamaoka and Rika Muranaka	Silent Hill 
Paper Planes		MIA			Slumdog Millionaire 
Paper Moon			Tommy Heavenly6		Soul Eater 
Mitsu no Yoake		Arai Akino			Spice & Wolf 
Tabi no Tochuu		Kiyoura Natsumi		Spice & Wolf 
Perfect World		Rocky Chack		Spice & Wolf 
Ringo Biyori			Rocky Chack		Spice & Wolf 
Here It Goes Again		Ok Go			TOP 40 SINGLES USA 
Trigun Theme					Trigun 
Upular			Pogo			Up! 
Brighter Side		SaGa			Viewtiful Joe 
Shut Up And Explode		Boom Boom Satellites		Xam'd 
Gerudo Valley		Nintendo			Zelda 
Kakariko Village		Nintendo			Zelda 
I Gotta Feeling		The Black Eyed Peas				 
Song 2			Blur				 
19-2000 [Soulchild Remix]	Gorillaz				 


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#2 Jan 21 2011 at 8:23 PM Rating: Good
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The theme song from Trinity Blood by Buck-Tick, Maximum the Hormone/Nightmare (they did the opening/closing themes for Death Note), anything from Gackt, Lucky Star OST (preferably the one in which the VA's do karaoke to other anime songs), Libera Me (from Hell) from Gurren Lagann.

Edited, Jan 21st 2011 9:26pm by Shaowstrike
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#3 Jan 21 2011 at 9:20 PM Rating: Good
hm.
It isn't anime music or linked to anime music, but I see you have some music from some video games. Almost every song from Anamanaguchi reminds me of old NES games from my childhood (as it should, as they are an 8-bit band).

For anime music. There is the opening from Samurai 7 and the ending is just as good imo.
And then there is Battlecry from Samurai Champloo.
These have been the latest anime I've watched/been watching :o

Oh and there is this. It is from the Final Fantasy Unlimited anime. I don't know what it is about the song, but I like it.
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#4 Jan 21 2011 at 11:14 PM Rating: Good
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I'm a big fan of the Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt OST, but a lot of those songs probably wouldn't make sense unless you've watched the anime. The entire OST's in English, but the lyrics themselves are often about the show. Example. I really like that song, but unless you've seen the show, the lyrics can be awkward.

Hell, what am I saying? They're still awkward.

That said, I really like Scanty and Kneesock's Theme.
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#5 Jan 22 2011 at 12:57 AM Rating: Excellent
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My suggestions.... I only included artist name because I feel that's the most useful bit of information. If I had to name anime with good openings/endings, it'd be Gintama, Bakemonogatari, and Record of Lodoss War. Probably my favorite soundtrack comes from Fairy Tail, but not sure if you'd really want any kind of bgm.

Brilliant Green
BUCK-TICK
Chiaki Ishikawa
Chiwa Saitou
Diggy-Mo
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High and Mighty Color
Kalafina
Maaya Sakamoto - she also did the opening to Record of Lodoss War
Miho Fukuhara
Miyuki Sawashiro
Redballoon
Stereo Pony
Suga Shikao
Supercell
T.M. Revolution
Tommy Heavenly6
Suilen

Run Wolf Warrior, Run from Wolf's Rain
Strangers from Wolf's Rain
Steve Conte

Sorry for the long list, I've got nothing to do right now and ended up going a little overboard...

Edited, Jan 22nd 2011 12:58am by xypin
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#6 Jan 22 2011 at 1:17 PM Rating: Good
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I've been meaning to make a new playlist for when I run, anyway. Sorry for any overlap. Looked for specifically anime and recognizable.
Asterisk		Orange Range			Bleach 
Makka na Chikai		Fukuyama Yoshiki		Busou Renkin 
Pleasure Line		Minami Kuribayashi		Chrno Crusade 
Colors			Flow				Code Geass 
Butterfly		Wada Kouji			Digimon 
Gaston			Disney				Beauty & The Beast 
Blurry Eyes		L'arc en Ciel			DNA² 
Illusion		Invoice				El Hazard 
Snow Fairy		Funkist				Fairy Tail 
Prelude			Square Enix			Final Fantasy Vocal Collection - Love Will Grow 
Vivid			Fairy Fore			Final Fantasy Unlimited 
Nanka Shiawase		Oystars				Flame of Recca 
Ready Steady Go!	L'arc en Ciel			Fullmetal Alchemist 
I ♥ U			The Scanty			Full Moon wo Sagashite 
Theme of Moonlight	Yuko Imai			Genso Suikoden Vocal Collection - Faraway Star of Echoes 
Yuragu Koto Nai Ai	Naomi Tamura			GetBackers 
Pray			Tommy Heavenly6			Gintama 
Under Star		Shocking Lemon			Hajime no Ippo 
Yatta			Happotai 
Bokura no Bouken	Kids Alive			Hikaru no Go 
Suppin Rock		Ogawa Mana			Hyakko 
Hakasama no Chou	SNoW				Jigoku Shoujo 
Track 1							Jubei-chan: Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch 
Love Tropicana Deluxe	Sister Maya			Jungle wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu Deluxe 
Katamari on the Rocks	Yu Miyake			Katamari Damacy 
Hana Maru Sensation	Little Non			Kodomo no Jikan 
Driver's High		L'arc en Ciel			Great Teacher Onizuka 
Kiss The Girl		Sebastian			Little Mermaid 
Sakura Saku		Megumi Hayashibara		Love Hina 
Motokke! Sailer Fuku					Lucky Star 
Kaze no Nokutaan	Kyōko Hikami			Lunar: Silver Star Story (Boat Song) 
Magic of Love		Ichiko				Maburaho 
Haruka Kanata		Asian Kung-Fu Generation	Naruto 
Modern Strange Cowboy	GRANRODEO			Needless 
Cruel Angel Thesis	Megumi Ogata			Neon Genesis Evangelion 
Through the Night	Masahiko Arimachi		Outlaw Star 
Burn my Dread		Yumi Kawamura			Persona 3 
Mezase Pokemonmaster					Pokemon 
Don't Make Me Wild	Etsuko Nishio			Ranma ½ 
R.O.D. Theme						Read or Die 
Sobakusu		Judy & Mary			Rurouni Kenshin 
Moonlight Densetsu					Sailor Moon 
Oversoul		Megumi Hayashibara		Shaman King 
Cutey Honey		Neya Michiko			Shin Cutey Honey 
Get Along		Megumi Hayashibara		Slayers 
Resonance		T.M.Revolution			Soul Eater 
Hare Hare Yukai						Suzumiya Haruhi 
Karma			Bump of Chicken			Tales of the Abyss 
Sora iro Days		Nakagawa Shouko			Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann 
Jounetsu		[iksi:d]			Tokyo Underground 
Pre-Parade						Toradora 
Lum no Love Song	Matsuya Hiroko			Urusei Yatsura 
Hohoemi no Bakudan	Matsuko Mawatari		Yu Yu Hakusho


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#7 Jan 22 2011 at 2:12 PM Rating: Decent
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Stereopony has a lot of great songs, look to DTB seasons 1 and 2. Major I like some of the music there. Wonderland, Faraway, Ame Nochi Niji Iro. Nodame Cantible I'd mostly look at the openings Manazashi Daydream and Allegro Cantible Sound. Ookiku Furikibatte has good music for pretty much everything.
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Does it need to be anime or game related music/do you have more of a description of what kind of music you like?
Iconic/memorable/recognizable is rather vague as just about anything from the Spice Girls to Pantera falls in that category.

As far as anime music goes my knowledge ends with Maximum The Hormone from the various Death Note songs and mostly just because their take on metal is so hilarious and well, only the japanese can do things like that.
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#9 Jan 23 2011 at 3:48 AM Rating: Excellent
If you like nice instrumentals and a sort of classical/pop blend of music try some of Yuki Kajiura's OSTs. Kara no Kyoukai has several gems, as does Tsubasa Chronicles, Pandora Hearts, Mai Hime and Madlax. I tend to download most of my anime OPs and EDs here if you happen to want a decent site. You need to sign up to download but it is free.

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Mezame by Kajiura
Aikoi-Fiction Junction YUUKA (Kajiura was the lead composer for all the fiction junction projects as well as See-Saw, and several others.)
Oblivious-Kalafina (Most Kalafina stuff I have heard is fairly good.)
Madlax OP: Nowhere
Unrelated suggestion Hekireki by Last AllianceScratch that it's on your list already.
Red Fraction by Mell
Rideback -Japanese Version- by Mell (original is in really really bad engrish)

Edited, Jan 23rd 2011 3:06am by Manosuke
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#10 Jan 23 2011 at 4:57 AM Rating: Excellent
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Groovin' Magic - Round Table (from Diebuster)
Shoujo S - Scandal (From Bleach)
Uragiri no Yuuyake - Theatre Brook (From Durarara!!)

That's all I can think of right now, and xypin mentioned Stereopony already.

Edited, Jan 23rd 2011 3:57am by Kirby
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#11 Jan 24 2011 at 2:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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I keep forgetting to add that song to my Youtube playlist. Thanks for the reminder.

As for my recommendations(I may have misnamed some, tbh...using the Youtube description from my anime playlist and it may have been years since I've added them), and I'm just throwing out to you the songs I really liked in hopes you'll find something you like:

*Most, but not all, of these are from anime.
Beautiful Fighter - The OP from Shikabane Hime
Undine by Yui Makino - The OP From ARIA
Himitsu Dolls - The first ending from Strawberry Panic
Disillusion - First OP for Fate: Stay/Night
Unmei no Yoru - from Fate: Stay/Night
Work Guy! - End theme from Kamen no Maid Guy.
Hizamazuite Ashi wo Oname by Ali Project - Ending theme from Princess Resurrection
Forces - from Berserk
Still Doll - ending theme from Vampire Knight
Howling - Opening for Darker Than Black
Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai - Opening theme from God Only Knows, though I'd almost recommend getting the shorter version actually used for the show.
Aestivalis March - from Martian Successor Nadesico
Minna Daisuki by Buono - Second opening for Shugo Chara
Black Diamond - from Shugo Chara
Chizu Sanpo by kukui - 4th season opening for Maria sama ga Miteru
Aoki Flamme by Yoko Takahashi - opening from Pumpkin Scissors
Tooi Nioi by Yo-King - one of Gintama's many openings
Flying Humanoid by Shoko Nakagawa - OP from Occult Academy
Dango Daikazoku - from Clannad
Hide and Seek by Namie Amuro - I first ran across it on The Craft of War: Blind
Kick It Up by Paul Gordon - Digimon the Movie soundtrack

I have the nagging feeling I'm forgetting some of my favorites, but it's a start.

Edit: Remembered another one.
Nikopol - TTGL

Edited, Jan 24th 2011 1:51am by Poldaran
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Staple Stable-Chiwa Saito
PSI Missing-Kawada Mami
Only My Railgun-fripSide
Aoi Inori-Haibane Renmei OST
Gaurdian Angel-Juno reactor
Snow Fairy-Funkist
Hitotosh*te Jiku ga Bureteiru-Hito Tosh*te
Akatsuki no Kuruma-Fiction Junction YUUKA/Kajiura
Burns Attack-Paul Oakenfold
Suddenly-Not sure what artist but the opening for Battle Programmer Shirase
Prism-Ikeda Ayako
This is Love-Utada Hikaru
Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni-Eiko Shimamiya
Naraku no Hana-Eiko Shimamiya
Falling Down-Oasis
This one gets no disclaimer and belongs on every playlist if only for a chuckle

Edited, Jan 24th 2011 2:43am by Manosuke
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I thought there were some good OP/ED songs this season so the full versions aren't out yet, but here are the ones I plan on adding to my list:

Lore wa Zombie rate me down Ka? -Opening
Kore wa Zombie rate me down Ka? -Ending
Level E -Opening
Fractale -Ending
Gosick -Opening and Ending
Madoka Magica -Ending

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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Kick It Up by Paul Gordon - Digimon the Movie soundtrack
Wow, I wasn't the only one that enjoyed the soundtrack to that train wreck of a movie.
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I appreciate all the suggestion. I am sorry for the slow response, but I've been playing a beta for a new MMORPG and so it is taking me quite some time to listen to all the songs.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Kick It Up by Paul Gordon - Digimon the Movie soundtrack
Wow, I wasn't the only one that enjoyed the soundtrack to that train wreck of a movie.
What is there not to like about that soundtrack? Smiley: grin
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
lolgaxe wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Kick It Up by Paul Gordon - Digimon the Movie soundtrack
Wow, I wasn't the only one that enjoyed the soundtrack to that train wreck of a movie.
What is there not to like about that soundtrack? Smiley: grin
Other than the Digirap, absolutely nothing.
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Allegory wrote:
I appreciate all the suggestion. I am sorry for the slow response, but I've been playing a beta for a new MMORPG and so it is taking me quite some time to listen to all the songs.


Which?
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
lolgaxe wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Kick It Up by Paul Gordon - Digimon the Movie soundtrack
Wow, I wasn't the only one that enjoyed the soundtrack to that train wreck of a movie.
What is there not to like about that soundtrack? Smiley: grin


He said trainwreck of a movie, but solid soundtrack.

I misread it too.
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I appreciate all the suggestion. I am sorry for the slow response, but I've been playing a beta for a new MMORPG and so it is taking me quite some time to listen to all the songs.
Which?

Rift. The short story is that it's a wholly unoriginal game, but while it doesn't try anything new and fancy to set it apart as a winner, it also hasn't done anything new or fancy to set it apart as a failure. It's a solid game with one of the most polished betas I've seen for an MMORPG. Little bit longer story.

I'm using the game primarily as a mechanism to socialize with some friends who are no longer in my physical proximity.
#22 Feb 13 2011 at 1:04 PM Rating: Excellent
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What, no mention of 19 sai? unreal people.

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oops, sorry i missed that. Carry on then lol. Thought i had something to add to this thread.
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Silly question, but is there a good place to legally buy anime music?
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Silly question, but is there a good place to legally buy anime music?
Other than sites like CDjapan, where they ship CDs to you from Japan, I have no idea.
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Silly question, but is there a good place to legally buy anime music?
You can sometimes find CDs on Amazon, but they're kinda rare.

I bet someone could make a killing selling legal downloads of anime MP3s on Amazon or some other site.
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Without reading the rest of the thread, I figured here was as good as any a place to say that the Stardust Witch Meruru song on the soundtrack to Oreimo is pretty awesome. I think it was sung by the VA for Nanoha or something.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhC-zQ3Kf-g
Also, I need to rewatch Oreimo.
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If you can find an anime convention or a shop nearby you can definitely buy them. I know there are some Calgary but I've never been. A friend told me about 'em.
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#31 Feb 22 2011 at 11:01 PM Rating: Good
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If you can find an anime convention or a shop nearby you can definitely buy them. I know there are some Calgary but I've never been. A friend told me about 'em.

That would be Otafest (atleast as far as convetions go, there are several stores), Edmonton has one as well a couple months later called Animethon. I can always point kirby in the direction of some stores to find stuff, your best bet is to ask around at random comic/hobby type stores that sell anime/manga related goods if you want a store front purchase, most places won't have a very wide variety in stock CD wise, but most will be willing to order stuff if you know what you're looking for. Otherwise just use the intertubes to order CDs.

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Otherwise just use the intertubes to order CDs.
But but but... the internet is scary!
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I'm a dork and adore Ayumi Hamasaki. Her most "memorable" anime related songs are from the Inuyasha soundtrack, "No More Words" and "Dearest." My favorite non-anime albums from her are Ayutrance 1-3, which has some really nice remixes from some big names - Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, etc.
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But but but... the internet is scary!

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Manosuke the Irrelevant wrote:
Otherwise just use the intertubes to order CDs.
But but but... the internet is scary!

It's not scary... it's just a series of tubes.
Remind me to ask Kaolian why I can't rate you up/down while we live in the same apartment k? k.
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