Synonyms for granrodeo or Related words with granrodeo

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Examples of "granrodeo"
The opening theme is by Granrodeo while the ending theme is "Reason" by Kamiyu.
Granrodeo is a Japanese rock band, specializing in creating anime soundtracks.
Supernova (stylized as SUPERNOVA) is the fourth album of Japanese Rock band, Granrodeo. It was released on 6 April 2011.
Instinct is the second album of Japanese Rock group, Granrodeo. It was released on 26 September 2008.
Brush the Scar Lemon (stylized as BRUSH the SCAR LEMON) is the third album of Japanese Rock group, Granrodeo. It was released on 28 October 2009.
Ride on the Edge (stylized as RIDE ON THE EDGE) is the debut album of Japanese Rock group, Granrodeo. It was released on 25 July 2007.
Crack Star Flash (stylized as CRACK STAR FLASH) is the fifth album of Japanese Rock band, Granrodeo. It was released on 10 October 2012.
"Koi suru Tenshi Angelique: Kagayaki no Ashita" was broadcast by Kids Station between January 5, 2007 and March 23, 2007. It uses two pieces of theme music. The opening theme is by Granrodeo and the ending theme is by 2Hearts.
First used as the end track of episode 26, "RAGE OF DUST" by Spyair is the opening theme beginning with episode 27, while the ending theme for episodes 27 and following is by Granrodeo. From episode 39 onward, the opening theme is "Fighter" by Kana-Boon while the ending is "Freesia" performed by Uru.
"Koi suru Tenshi Angelique: Kokoro no Mezameru Toki" was released by Satelight between July 8, 2006 and September 30, 2006. It uses two pieces of theme music. The opening theme is "Infinite Love" by Granrodeo and the ending theme is "Dearest You" by 2Hearts.
GRANRODEO announced on their website's information page entry dated on April 4, 2008 that the OP song of "Blassreiter", "Detarame na Zanzō", would be included in their upcoming album "Not for Sale", which would be released on May 14, 2008. On Aki Misato's website on 29 February 2008, she announced that she would be doing the ending song of "Blassreiter", "sad rain", with a planned release of a Blassreiter ED soundtrack on May 14, 2008.
"Cutie Honey: The Live Vocal Album: Metamorphoses" was an album released featuring songs performed by various Lantis recording artists for the series, including remixes of the opening theme by Wild 3-Nin Musume, the second and third ending themes, by Granrodeo (as well as a remix), "Flash the Night" by Masaaki Endoh, a cover of Amii Ozaki's by Masami Okui, by Hironobu Kageyama, and "the Last Land" by Childe~.
On July 26, 2006, King Records released a soundtrack CD for the "Koi Suru Tenshi Angelique: Kokoro no Mezameru Toki" opening theme, "Infinite Love" by Granrodeo. On August 23, 2006, King Records released a soundtrack CD for the "Koi Suru Tenshi Angelique: Kokoro no Mezameru Toki" ending theme, "Dearest You" by 2Hearts. On February 14, 2007, King Records released a soundtrack CD for the "Koi Suru Tenshi Angelique: Kagayaki no Ashita" opening theme, "Yakusoku No Chi He" by 2Hearts.
An anime television series adaptation produced by Bones was directed by Takuya Igarashi and written by Yōji Enokido. Nobuhiro Arai and Hiroshi Kanno served as the chief animation directors, while the former also served as character designer along with Ryō Hirata. Taku Iwasaki composed the series' music. Kazuhiro Wakabayashi was the series' sound director at Glovision. Additionally, Yumiko Kondou was the art director, Yukari Goto was the anime's color designer, Tsuyoshi Kanbayashi was the director of photography, and Shigeru Nishiyama was the editor. Granrodeo performed the anime's opening theme, titled "Trash Candy", and Luck Life performed the anime's ending theme, titled .
The first opening theme is "Go to the Top (song)" by Koda Kumi, and the ending theme is by Minami Kuribayashi; from episode 20 onwards, the opening theme is "Doubt the World" by Minami Kuribayashi and the ending theme is "Revise the World" by ayami. Music for the anime is produced by Avex Entertainment; insert songs by Avex Entertainment include "NO PLACE LIKE A STAGE" by GRANRODEO, "True 4 Eyes" by Minami Kuribayashi and "Apocalypse of Destiny" by ayami; the special ending theme for episode 17 is by Misato Aki.
The manga was adapted into an anime series, which began airing on October 6, 2012. The episodes use two pieces of theme music: One opening theme and one closing theme. The opening theme is "Dark Shame" by Granrodeo whilst the ending theme is by Kenichi Suzumura. Funimation Entertainment has licensed the anime for streaming on their website. The series began airing on October 7, 2012 on Tokyo MX. The English simulcast is currently licensed by FUNimation which began airing on October 10, 2012 on both FUNimation.com and Hulu.com.
The series first DVD and Blu-ray compilation was released on July 27, 2012 with a new DVD/Blu-ray compilation being released monthly. As of December 2012, seven DVD/Blu-ray compilations have been released. The first season uses four different pieces of theme music; two opening themes and two ending themes. The first opening theme is "Can Do" by GRANRODEO, while the second theme is "RIMFIRE" by the same band. The first ending theme is "Start it right away" by Hyadain and the second is by OLDCODEX.
For the second season, GRANRODEO also sang both opening themes: the first one is "The Other self", and the second is "Ever-changing Magical Star" (変幻自在のマジカルスター Hengen Jizai no Majikarusutā), thus meaning all opening themes of the anime have been sung solely by the band as of date. Its ending theme is "WALK" by the band OLDCODEX, which also sang the second ending theme of the first season. The second ending to the second season is "FANTASTIC TUNE" by Kenshō Ono, the voice actor for the series' main protagonist, Tetsuya Kuroko.
"Kurokami: The Animation" is an anime series adapted from the manga of the same title originally published by Square Enix and serialized in "Young Gangan". Produced by Sunrise and directed by directed by Tsuneo Kobayashi, the series had an advance screening of episode 1 on December 27, 2008 before it began broadcasting on TV Asahi on January 8, 2009. The anime's opening song "Sympathizer" is sung by Minami Kuribayashi and the ending song "Irodori no Nai Sekai" () by Yōsei Teikoku with the second opening song "tRANCE" done by GRANRODEO. The second ending song "Gekkou no Chigiri" is also sung by Yōsei Teikoku also.
In April 2014, the 20th issue of "Weekly Shōnen Magazine" announced that "The Seven Deadly Sins" was being adapted into a television anime. The series debuted on MBS and other Japan News Network stations on October 5, 2014. The staff was revealed in the combined 36/37 issue of the year: created by A-1 Pictures, directed by Tensai Okamura, written by Shōtarō Suga (""), with Keigo Sasaki ("Blue Exorcist") providing character designs and Hiroyuki Sawano composing the music. The show's first opening theme song is performed by Ikimono-gakari for the first twelve episodes and the second opening theme is "Seven Deadly Sins" performed by Man with a Mission, while the first ending theme titled "7-Seven" is a collaboration between Flow and Granrodeo, the second ending theme from episode thirteen onwards is "Season" the major label debut of Alisa Takigawa.