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Awesome Music / Shakugan no Shana

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Shakugan no Shana is filled with so many awesome songs. It shouldn't be shocking why this page is here.

  • "Hishoku no Sora", the first season's opening. It makes a glorious comeback in the third season's very final battle between Yuji, Sydonay, Margery and Shana.
  • The first season's second opening, "being" by KOTOKO.
  • Mami Kawada's "JOINT", the OP for the second season, manages to be simultaneously epic and cute.
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  • The first season has Yoko Takahashi's "Yoake Umarekuru Shoujo". Solemn and gentle in the beginning, getting up to to a higher tempo after that.
  • The second season introduces "La Visiteuse", the theme of Pheles.
  • The first ending of the second season, "triangle", is pretty bitchin.
  • "Serieux" makes for some really awesome fight scenes.
  • KOTOKO's "BLAZE", used for the second season's second opening.
  • The second season's ending, "Sociometry". This is a song for beautiful moments when the good guys go awesome.
  • While not as well known as the music from the main series, the Shakugan no Shana S OVAs had some great music in the form of opening, "Prophecy", the ending, "All in good time", and the insert song of Episode 4, "portamento".
  • And then we have the first opening of the final season, "Light My Fire".
  • The final opening of Shakugan no Shana, "Serment".
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  • ALTIMA's songs for the endings of the final season count, too. Listen to the first ending, "I'll believe" and the second ending, "ONE".
  • The insert song for Episode 15 of the final season, "u/n".
  • "Koubou", the third ending of the final season, is nothing short of amazing.
  • Also, the insert song for the movie, "Akai Namida", is very beautiful and touching, especially if you know the meaning of the lyrics. The same thing can be said for the theme song of the movie, "Tenjou wo Kakeru Monotachi".
  • "La charge", which plays during most of Final's actions scenes.
  • "Dans le tourbillon d'une lutte".
  • "Le Serpent De Ceremonie", the theme of Snake of the Festival.
  • "Raisons du monde", the Four Gods of the Earth's Leitmotif. Best pray you're not a Crimson Denizen, otherwise you'll get crushed under their wrath.
  • "Le Reve Divin" that plays when the Crimson Denizens leave for Xanadu.

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