Synonyms for fripside or Related words with fripside

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Examples of "fripside"
On March 15, 2009, Nao stated on the fripSide Official Website that she had graduated from fripSide. Sat and Nao want to pursue different musical careers, as Nao intends to pursue a solo singing career. Meanwhile, Sat will continue in fripSide with a new project called, fripside: THE NEXT PROJECT.
FripSide (stylized as fripSide) is a Japanese pop and trance duo originally formed by composer Satoshi Yaginuma (Sat) and singer Nao in February 2002.
They officially became a part of Visual Art's in 2006. They released their works under elseena-music entertainment and many of their songs were created for Visual Art's games, as well as other erotic game companies. In addition, fripSide had a side group, called "fripSide NAO Project" which started on March 30, 2007. fripSide NAO Project released songs different from the usual style of fripSide, and did not follow fripSide's motto of "creating songs that everyone can relate to". One album and one single were released under fripSide NAO project.
The first opening theme is "White Force" by fripside, and the ending theme is by Zähre;
The opening theme is "black bullet" by fripSide and the ending theme is by Nagi Yanagi.
The anime has two theme songs. The opening theme, titled "Flower of Bravery", was performed by fripSide, and was composed and written by Chiyomaru Shikura, and arranged by Satoshi Yaginuma. The ending theme, titled was performed by fripSide NAO project!, composed and arranged by Satoshi Yaginuma, and written by Nao, Shinichirō Yamashita, and Satoshi Yaginuma.
"only my railgun" is a Japanese single released by the pop and trance duo fripSide, the first single by fripSide to feature Yoshino Nanjō as its new lead vocalist. It was released on November 4, 2009 under the label Geneon. The track is used as the opening theme for the anime television series "A Certain Scientific Railgun", which is a spin-off of the series "A Certain Magical Index". This is fripSide's first tie-in with the said anime series.
The first season features five pieces of theme music, two opening themes and three ending themes. For the first 14 episodes, the opening theme was "Only my Railgun" by fripSide, while the ending theme was by Elisa. A special ending theme, "Smile: You & Me" by Elisa was aired on episode 12. From episodes 15 onwards, the opening theme was "LEVEL5-Judgelight-" by fripSide and the ending theme was "Real Force" by Elisa. On the last episode, "Only my Railgun" is featured once again as insert song, and the full single of "Dear My Friend -Mada Minu Mirai e-" is used as the final ending theme. In the OVA, the opening theme was "Future gazer" by fripSide while the ending theme was "Special "ONE"" by Elisa. The second season uses six pieces of theme music, two opening theme and four ending themes. For the first sixteen episodes, the opening theme is "Sisters' Noise" by fripSide whilst the main ending theme is "Grow Slowly" by Yuka Iguchi. The ending theme for episodes 11 and 14 is "stand still" by Iguchi. From episode seventeen onwards, the opening theme is "Eternal Reality" by fripSide whilst the ending theme is by Sachika Misawa. The ending theme for episode 23 is by Sachika Misawa.
LEVEL5 -judgelight- is a single by fripSide released on February 17, 2010 in Japan by Geneon. The song "LEVEL5-judgelight-" was the second opening theme to the anime "A Certain Scientific Railgun".
Invited singers for the Anisong concert in Singapore include T.M.Revolution on Day 1, Babymetal, Flow, fripSide, Lisa and Move on Day 2, and May'n, Minami Kuribayashi, Sea*a and Sphere on Day 3.
The opening theme is "black bullet" by fripside while the ending theme is by Nagi Yanagi. Yanagi also performs as the ending theme of the fourth episode and as the ending theme of the thirteenth episode.
In the second cour of the anime series, the opening theme song is "Two souls -towards the truth-" by fripSide and the ending theme song is by Nagi Yanagi.
"→unfinished→" is the 18th single released by the Japanese-pop singer Kotoko. The title track, composed by Satoshi Yaginuma of fripSide, was used as the ending theme song for the anime "Accel World". It was released under Warner Music Japan.
future gazer is a single by fripSide released on October 13, 2010 in Japan by Geneon. The song "future gazer" was the opening theme to the OVA of "A Certain Scientific Railgun".
The anime adaptation of "A Certain Scientific Railgun" has five pieces of theme music, two opening themes and three ending themes. The first opening theme is "Only My Railgun" by fripSide, and the first ending theme is by Elisa. The song "Smile (You & Me)" by Elisa, which uses the same tune as "Dear My Friend (Mada Minu Mirai e)", is featured as the ending theme for episode twelve. The second opening theme is "Level 5 (Judgelight)" by fripSide and the third ending theme is "Real Force" by Elisa. "Only My Railgun" appears in Konami's arcade music games "Pop'n Music 20: Fantasia", "Dance Dance Revolution X2" and "Jubeat Knit". For the OVA, the opening theme music is "Future Gazer" by fripSide, the single of which was released on October 13, 2010, while the ending theme is "Special One" by Elisa, the single of which was released on October 27, 2010.
For "A Certain Scientific Railgun S", it has six pieces of theme music, two opening themes and four ending themes. The first opening theme is "Sister's Noise" by fripSide and the first ending theme is "Grow Slowly" by Yuka Iguchi, the latter of which was released on May 15, 2013. The song "stand still" by Iguchi is featured as the second ending theme for episodes 11 and 14. The second opening theme is "Eternal Reality" by fripSide and the third ending theme is "Links" by Sachika Misawa. The song "Infinia" by Misawa is featured as the fourth ending theme for episode 23.
After initially becoming interested in the music of the trance and pop duo fripSide, Mototaka Segawa of the band Move approached fripSide's Satoshi Yaginuma at the Animelo Summer Live concert in August 2010 wanting to collaborate with him. Around the same time, Segawa took notice of Maon Kurosaki, who at the time had just released her debut album "H.O.T.D." under Geneon in September 2010. Segawa contacted Kurosaki through Yaginuma, because fripSide is also under Geneon. When Yaginuma received the request to create an ending theme for the 2011 anime TV series "Shakugan no Shana Final", he thought this was the perfect chance to collaborate with Segawa and Kurosaki.
A visual novel based on "A Certain Scientific Railgun" for the PSP was released on December 8, 2011 after facing several delays, and comes in a special edition which includes a Kuroko Shirai Figma figure. The opening theme for the "A Certain Scientific Railgun" PSP game is "Way to answer" by fripSide.
only my railgun is a single by fripSide released on November 4, 2009 in Japan by Geneon. The song "only my railgun" was the first opening theme to the anime "A Certain Scientific Railgun". The single reached #3 in the Oricon charts and won "Best Theme Song" at the 15th Animation Kobe Awards.
Held in Jakarta, Indonesia and Singapore. fripSide was in Singapore for a second time since their last appearance at AFA 2012. The largest ever held to date in Singapore Suntec City Convention Hall covering the entire 4th floor, new mascot Seika introduced. And for the first time, AFA has set aside a dedicated space for the first niconico