When an ending theme has more plot, animation and action then most other shows. You know it is something special. The tune of the week is the third ending theme of Love is War: Heart wa Oteage by Airi Suzuki!
The Summer of Love IV continues! This week we are discussing the music of the series! Cardcaptor Sakura has always had good tunes, and some that are beloved by many. Let’s discuss them after the cut!
What if the Red Ranger dated Rita Repulsa? Well it would have a catchy song like this! The Tune of the Week is the opening theme for the series Love After World Domination: Koi wa Explosion by Masayoshi Oishi & Yukari Tamura
Fairing much better than it’s opening theme, this is the kind of stuff I was expecting from this show! The tune of the week is the ending theme for Spy x Family: Kigeki by Gen Hoshino
Mixed is very much how I feel about this opening. It just doesn’t feel tied to the series as other anime have. Yet, it is a very unique, no doubt about that, and the song is nice too. The Tune of the Week is the first opening to Spy x Family: Mixed Nuts by Official HIGE DANdism
I’ve only ever seen the memes of this song, but hey isn’t that enough? The Tune of the Week is the opening to the series Blend-S: Bon Appétit♡S by Blend A
We close out our look at this series with another peek at the music! What else is better than that? The Tune of the Week is the second ending theme of the Infinite Stratos: Beautiful Sky sung by the main cast of the series!
I’ll be talking about this show real soon, but man was this opening catchy! The tune of the week is the opening theme to Mieruko-Chan: Mienaikara ne!? by Sora Amamiya.
This show I’ve found myself enjoying far more than I should, though it really needs a better budget. The tune of the week is the opening to Requiem of the Rose King: Ware, Bara ni Insu by Makoto Furukawa
While not as great as the ending, this is something that has been becoming catchier and catchier! The Tune of the Week is the opening of My Dress-Up Darling: San San Days! by Spira Spica!