Rodrick Su (email@example.com)
Tue, 26 Dec 2000 20:56:52 -0800
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> Subject: Re: [gundam] Which anime series started the "love song" OP
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> Subject: RE: [gundam] Which anime series started the "love song" OP trend?
> > The OP for Votoms is untitled -- "Opening Theme" -- but it's a male
> > singing an upbeat pop song with no hint of the word "Votoms"
> anywhere it.
> > ED is "Always You") The OP for Mospeada is a song called
> "Shared Pain" --
> > again, maybe not exactly a love song but not an eponymous mecha song.
> (The ED
> > is "Dreamy Suite")
> I am not really talking about just songs with the words of
> the title in
> there - I am talking about OP songs with "themes" that has really
> nothing to
> do with the show itself... (I think most "love song" has themes that has
> nothing really in common with mecha shows...)
Actually the song for AT Votoms is surprising well suited for the show. It
encapsulated the relationship between the 2 main character well.
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