Zoids: New Century - Theme Songs

Theme Songs

Opening
  • "No Future" by Nanase Aikawa
Ending
  • "Sasuraibito" by DASEIN
  • "No Future (Instrumental)" by Nanase Aikawa (U.S. Ending)

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