Vandread - Songs - Opening and Ending Songs

Opening and Ending Songs

  • Trust ("Vandread" opening; also used as the ending in the last "Second Stage" episode) by Salia
  • Himegoto ("Vandread" ending) by SiLC
  • Justice ("Second Stage" opening) by Aki Kudou
  • Yes, Together ("Second Stage" ending) by Yasunori Iwasaki, sung by Aki Kudou
  • Spacy Spicy Love ("Taidouhen" opening) by Mejare Pirates
  • Proof ("Turbulance" ending) by Mejare Pirates

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