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Anime OP's and ED's that are from America/England/etc...?

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Apr 23, 2011 8:30 PM
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Or OP's and ED's that aren't J-Pop/J-Rock, I suppose.

Like Serial Experiment Lain's OP was by an alternative rock band from England, and Ergo Proxy's ED which was by Radiohead, who is from England.

And Haibane Renmei's OP and Cowboy Bebop's OP which were more instrumental.

I like J-Pop and J-Rock, don't get me wrong, but I'm interested in seeing what other anime use instrumental or music from bands that are from English-speaking countries. :P
Apr 23, 2011 8:57 PM

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Black Heaven OP ("Cautionary Warning") by John Sykes (UK)
Speed Grapher OP ("Girls on Film") by Duran Duran (UK)
Higashi no Eden OP ("Falling Down") by Oasis (UK)
Mushishi OP ("The Sore Feet Song") by Ally Kerr (UK)
Gankutsuoh OP and ED by Jean-Jacques Burnel (UK)
Gunslinger Girl OP ("The Light Before We Land") by The Delgados (UK)
Paradise Kiss ED ("Do You Want To?") by Franz Ferdinand (UK)
Maison Ikkoku OP ("Alone Again (Naturally)") by Gilbert O'Sullivan (Ireland)
Hellsing ED ("Shine") by Mr. Big (USA)
Licensed by Royalty OP ("Go Where No One's Gone Before") by Billy Preston (USA)
Apr 26, 2011 6:21 PM

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Texhnolyze OP - Guardian Angel by Juno Reactor (UK)

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May 2, 2011 7:16 PM
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Thanks! There's a lot more than I thought. D: