The artists who perform the opening songs are loved by anime audiences for being able to create surprisingly catchy tunes in the studio. Although some openings are not really impressive, there are still openings that become legends associated with anime. These songs not only drew the audience’s attention to the film, but were added to their playlists for years to come.
5. Reverberant Melody (anime Kimetsu no Yaiba)
Reverberant Melody performed by Aimer is the opening theme song for season two Kimetsu no Yaiba. In keeping with the glamor of the Tengen Uzui cylinder sound, from the very first seconds, the piano and brass melody gives listeners the feeling of being immersed in a party or festival.
The piano sound in the song is the brightest sound, standing out from the rest of the instruments. The extremely impressive brass sound also contributes to the high excitement of the song. Aimer created great lyrics that fit the festive atmosphere throughout the second season of this hit anime series.
4. Unravel (anime Tokyo Ghoul)
Opening song Unravel of Tokyo Ghoul performed by TK From Ling Tosite Sigure is considered one of the most famous opening songs of all time. TK’s enchanting voice captivated all viewers of this anime series and they all appreciated Unravel whenever it came to Tokyo Ghoul.
The song is a great combination of rock and indie elements to create a melody with deep emotions. Although the lyrics reflect Kaneki’s traumatic journey, it still captivates listeners. No other opening song of Tokyo Ghoul has been as successful as Unravel.
3. Punky Funky Love (anime Kuroko’s Basketball)
GRANRODEO cleverly combines elements of metal with classic J-rock to create the super hit Punky Funky Love. This is the first opening song in the third season of the Kuroko’s Basketball series. It ended up being the best opening of the series.
The song fits very well with the anime’s atmosphere during the Winter Cup tournament. Opening with the sound of fireworks in the anime and then with an explosive melody, the song expresses an optimism as well as sportsmanship befitting the series’ content.
2. Kaikai Kitan (anime Jujutsu Kaisen)
Kaikai Kitan is the first opening song of Jujutsu Kaisen, an extremely attractive song. With a fast and strong J-rock sound, Kaikai Kitan heralded the explosion of the series from the very first season.
One minute and thirty seconds in the anime is more than enough to make a good impression on the whole series, but audiences will experience an even more distinctive stylistic transformation and Eve’s unique voice. In addition to rock, the song even uses some hip-hop elements. The lyrics are appreciated when fully summarizing Yuji’s journey.
1. Paradise (anime Sk8 The Infinity)
Paradise is the opening song for the Sk8 The Infinity anime. Audiences who skip the movie’s intro will surely regret knowing how they missed out on a great song. The catchy J-Pop tune fits perfectly with the film’s skateboarding theme. The lyrics that describe the passion for skateboarding on the street also match the anime’s content.
Although Sk8 The Infinity’s soundtrack has many other great songs, “Paradise” is the hit that the audience is most impressed with when watching this series.
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