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1Whether you're watching the 1999 or 2011 version, ''Manga/HunterXHunter'''s soundtrack is pretty awesome.----[[AC:1999 Anime]]* [[ "Ohayō"]], the 1999 anime's first opening theme, is a laid back acoustic pop song that counts as SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel. [[ Here's the full version]].[[AC:2011 Anime]]* The 2011 Anime has only one opening theme, much like the first anime based on Togashi's work, ''Manga/YuYuHakusho''. That doesn't mean that [[ "Depature"]] isn't worth listening to every single time. The fact that it plays every single episode makes [[spoiler: the full version playing throughout the final scene of the show that much more satisfying and bittersweet]].* [[ "Hunting for your Dream"]], the 2nd ending theme. It's a badass power metal track that started the trend of ending songs that start playing during the final few seconds of an episode.* [[ Hyouri Ittai"]], the 5th and final ending theme, is a beautiful track whose lyrics perfectly tie into the themes of the Chimera Ant arc as a whole. Like several ending songs before it, it usually starts playing during an episode's ending narration and often creates a brilliant SoundtrackDissonance between the gentle piano notes and the Chimera Ant arc's often harrowing cliff-hanger episodes. It also has a [[ soft instrumental piano version]] that plays during [[spoiler: the battle between Gon and Neferpitou, particularly the point where Killua intervenes and tearfully begs Gon to stop]].* [[ "World of Adventurers"]] could be considered the theme of the first half of the show, popping up in moments from the Hunter Exam to Heaven's Arena. Then after you thought it was done for, the theme pops up out of nowhere at the end of the Chimera Ant Arc and the beginning of the 13th Chairman Election Arc. It's refreshing to hear again after everything that has happened in the story by this point.* [[ "Kusari Yarou" / "Chain Bastard"]], Kurapika's theme in the 2011 version, is a rocking track that perfectly encapsulates Kurapika's determination and rage.* [[ "The Emperor's Time"]]. Despite its name suggesting a connection to Kurapika, it is usually used during Gon's most climactic and heroic moments, especially throughout the Greed Island arc. First comes rock...* [[ "Tell Me"]], Killua's ImageSong. An instrumental version plays in the show during the CurbStompBattle between Killua and Sub.* Anytime [[ "Hashire"]] plays, something awesome or intense is about to happen. Notable moments include: the OpeningNarration during the Hunter Exam Arc, Gon using his Jajanken in the dodgeball game against Razor, and when he shows the fearsome extent of his power to Morel during the Chimera Ant Arc.* [[ "Restriction and Pledge"]] is a somber orchestral track that builds up to a short but powerful guitar solo. It is reserved for the Chimera Ant arc's most climactic moments, namely [[spoiler: Netero's FinalSpeech and activation of the Miniature Rose, and Gon's transformation into "Adult Gon".]]* [[ The Last Mission]] is an epic OrchestralBombing track that's reserved for [[spoiler: the battle between Netero and Meruem]]. The OminousLatinChanting repeating throughout is "Kyrie eleison", or in English "Lord, have mercy".* [[ "Kingdom of Predators"]] often plays during scenes that highlight the Chimera Ant arc's theme of HumansAreTheRealMonsters, suggesting that the name of the track refers not to Chimera Ants but to humanity.* While it's not a part of the show's original soundtrack proper, the 2011 anime made the brilliant choice of incorporating [[Music/WolfgangAmadeusMozart Mozart]]'s [[ Lacrimosa]] during the Phantom Troupe's [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge "requiem"]] midway through the Yorknew Arc.----


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