Vote on Your Favorite Naruto Theme Songs for Upcoming Compilation Album

posted on by Amanda Whalen

A Naruto theme song compilation album titled "Naruto Final Best" will go on sale in Japan on December 13. The album will have 11 tracks, six of which are theme songs from Naruto Shippūden that haven't been released on compilation alblums before, while the remaining five will be determined by fan vote.

Voting has opened for the remaining five tracks on the album's official website. Fans can choose from the full list of openings, endings, and theme songs from Naruto, Naruto Shippūden, and the 11 Naruto films. Votes will be accepted until midnight JST on October 9. To participate, select your age (年齢), gender (male 男性 or female 女性), and top 5 choices.

The 6 confirmed tracks from Naruto Shippūden are Asian Kung-Fu Generation's "Blood Circulator" (19th OP), Anly's "Kara no Kokoro" (20th OP), Kuroneko Chelsea's "Ao no Lullaby" (37th ED), Huwie Ishizaki's "Pino to Ameri" (38th ED), Ayumikurikamaki's "Tabidachi no Uta" (39th ED), and Swimy's "Zetsu Zetsu" (40th ED).


A limited edition version of the collection will be produced until June 30, 2018, and will include a DVD with no-credit opening and ending videos, special package design, and a booklet.

The compilation album is priced at 3,200 yen (about US$29) plus tax. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon JP as well as the Animate online shop.

The original Naruto anime debuted in 2002 and aired for 220 episodes over 5 seasons. Naruto Shippūden aired for 21 seasons, ending on the 500th episode in March 2017. Both were based on the original manga by Masashi Kishimoto and produced by Studio Pierrot.

An anime series revolving around Naruto's son and the next generation of shinobi, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, is currently airing, and is available for streaming on Hulu and Crunchyroll. The series is based on writer Ukyō Kodachi and artist Mikie Ikemoto's Boruto spinoff manga.

Source: Anime! Anime!

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