Tuesday, March 1, 2011

A bit of music

I have no idea if this is a trait common to all anime bloggers but I do find it hard to find things to write about, especially since I don't review episodes, I tried, but I happen to be just too lazy and there are times you just have no idea about what you could say.
If that's the case for you too you need to find other stuff to blog about, this blog has a topic, and it's harder to stay on topic than to babble about everything like I do on LJ. Anyway.

Today's topic is music, I love music, and music related this season has been a blessing with two of my favourite composers ever taking parts in two animes I love, mainly Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magika with Yuki Kajiura and Gosick with Nakagawa Kotaro.
However today's topic is not about them, though it's an idea to keep for another time, today is about openings and endings.
I find myself to be extremely hard to please in that field, as a result out of an average 10 animes I watch every season, meaning at least 20 songs, I find myself liking only one quarter of them, at best.
This is my Wnter 2011 season selection. Or phrased differently, the only ones I like.

[Beelzebub] Group Tamashi - Dadadada

[Gosick] Too lazy to look and there's no full version yet anyway.

[Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magika] Kalafina - Magia

[Dragon Crisis] Horie Yui - Immoralist


  1. I'm not too fond of the Beelzebub OP, but I agree with your other three choices. Some other songs I would've added to the list are the Yumekui Merry OP and the Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka ED.

  2. I don't watch Yumekui Merry so I don't know but I'll definitely check.

    The Kore wa Zombie desu Ka OP and ED are bearable, I didn't fall in love with them but I don't have to skip them.

    As for the Beelzebub one it's more because it makes me laugh than anything else, and it's quite unusual for a Jump serie


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