Fans Reveal Which Anime Theme Songs Are The Most High Tension!

CHARAPEDIA has conducted its very recent poll and this time round, it has an Anisong focus rather than a character-driven focus. The question being asked this time was about which Anime theme song was able to get them to become hyper and genki. The poll had slightly more male respondents, forming 52.5% of those who voted. The results are as follows:

Overall Ranking (Factoring in both genders)

20. K-on! – GO!GO!MANIAC – 112 votes
19. Himouto! Umaru-chan – Kakushin-teki Metamarufōze! – 113 votes
18. No Game No Life – This Game – 117 votes
17. Aquarion –  Aquarion – 119 votes
16. Uta No Prince Sama –  Maji Love Revolutions – 120 votes
14.Sword Art Online – IGNITE  TIED WITH Monogatari – The Story You Don’t Know – 128 votes
13. Buso Renkin – Makka Na Chikai – 132 votes
12. Tokyo Ghoul – Unravel – 134 votes
11. Psycho-Pass – Namae no nai kaibutsu – 139 votes
10. Uta no Prince-sama – Maji LOVE 1000% – 141 votes
9. Puella Magi Madoka Magica –  Connect – 149 votes
8. Blood Blockade Battlefront – Sugar Song to Bitter Step – 161 votes
7. Gintama – Pride Kakumei – 161 votes
6. Digimon Adventure – Butter-Fly – 169 votes
5. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya – God Knows – 215 votes
4. Attack on Titan – Guren no Yumiya – 223 votes
3. Neon Genesis Evangelion’s – Cruel Angel Thesis – 246 votes
2. The Irregular at Magic High School – Rising Hope – 256 votes

So which anime theme song managed to top the polls this time? Which song was agreed to be the one that could hype up the crowd?

1. A Certain Scientific Railgun – Only My Railgun by fripSide

With its electro beats and unforgettable melody, it was no surprise that this managed to top the polls. It is undoubtedly fripSide’s most iconic song as well and a staple to almost all their live concerts! Interestingly though, the song was not featured among the top ten for the female voters but it dominated over all the other choices for the males. Which songs managed to make the female voters all hyped out?

Results for Female Voters

10. Blood Blockade Battlefront – Sugar Song to Bitter Step – 96 votes
9. Kuroko’s Basketball – Can Do – 100 votes
8. Uta No Prince Sama – Maji LOVE2000% – 107 votes
7. Puella Magi Madoka Magica – Connect – 111 votes
6. Tokyo Ghoul – Unravel – 115 votes
5. Uta no Prince-sama – Maji Love Revolutions – 120 votes
4. Gintama – Pride Kakumei – 123 votes
3. Uta no Prince-sama – Maji LOVE 1000% – 141 votes
2. Evangelion – Cruel Angel Thesis – 169 votes
1. Attack on Titan – Guren no Yumiya – 185 votes

Interestingly, on the side of the female voters, all three ending theme songs from Uta no Prince-Sama found their ways into the top 10! Perhaps to the ladies, UtaPri is just unbeatable. In another recent poll that surveyed users on the male seiyuu that had the best singing abilities, it was also dominated by voice actors from the series.

Results for Male Voters

10. Is the Order a Rabbit? – daydream cafe – 85 votes
9. Psycho-Pass – Namae no nai kaibutsu – 93 votes
8. Love Live – Sunny Day Song – 95 votes
7. K-on! – Go Go Maniac – 99 votes
6. No Game No Life – This Game – 101 votes
5. Buso Renkin – Makka Na Chikai – 117 votes
4. Digimon Adventure –Butter-fly – 153 votes
3. The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya – God Knows… – 174 votes
2. The Irregular at Magic High School – Rising Hope -193 votes
1. A Certain Scientific Railgun – Only My Railgun – 250 votes

The results were definitely surprising with hit idol anime Love Live not even making it into the top 20 as many would have expected. It was also interesting to note that the male and female voters voted in a completely different manner with their top 10 choices differing in ever aspect!

SOURCE: http://www.charapedia.jp/research/0088/

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