Each Philosophy
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I’ve been getting into some rap songs recently only because of the musical Hamilton, not sure if anyone will be aware of it. But there are some good songs and raps in that, and so I thought it would be a good idea to find some anime rap songs. This one came to mind instantly, you may know I’m a huge fan of Guilty Crown’s OST, probably my favourite ever. So it only makes sense that I’d blog this one. Here is Ready To Go by David Whitaker.

A rare occasion I’m late, and apologies it’s a short one, work is very busy sadly so I’m losing time to write, but whatever, that’s just life isn’t it, sometimes it sucks. To quote one of my favourite light novels, Ballad of Shinigami: ‘Crap. It’s all crap. Living is crap. Life has no meaning. None. Nowhere to be found. Crap. Why doesn’t anybody realize this?’

Dezel the Wind Seraph
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Yes, it’s a 90’s song. Yes, it’s a 90’s anime. It’s been a while since the last.

I like DNA². It has nice (albeit very 90’s) character design and animation, it’s story is a nice blend of sci-fi and harem (which wasn’t too overplayed during its release), and the themes are great. I’ve already blogged ‘Blurry Eyes’ by L’Arc~en~Ciel, which was the opening, and they got another great, long-lasting Japanese band (especially lead singer Tsunku) in Sharam Q to do the ending.

The song itself is a good ending theme: calm, romantic guitars paired with Tsunku’s soothing voice end each episode well. So, anyway, here’s the song in Ending and PV versions.


Ending Edit


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A World without Malevolence
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