Various theme songs and character songs were released on a total of 51 singles , many of them were also released in collected form on the 8 compilation albums or the 17 soundtrack CDs, along with background music from the anime television series , the feature films , and video games. On August 11, , it was announced that Sakuramen , a musical group will be collaborating with Kohei Tanaka to compose music for anime's wano arc. The anime television series currently consists of 40 pieces of theme music, 22 opening themes and 18 ending themes. As of episode , ending themes were omitted and, starting from episode onwards, opening themes were extended from seconds long to seconds long. In episodes of Funimation 's English-language release of the series, the opening and ending themes were dubbed into English by various voice actors, before reverting to the Japanese versions from episodes onward and later some openings were not licensed by Funimation's release.
English dubs of the series have had different approaches to localizing the theme music. Funimation opted to record English versions of the theme songs, using familiar voice actors and the original instrumentals; This practice stopped with Episode and only the eighth Movie , at which point Funimation switched to using the Japanese versions even for the "Straw Hat" version of 'We Are! Similarly, Odex's Singapore-based dub kept the Japanese music unaltered. In some cases, the Japanese music would be unobtainable at all for foreign releases, and swapped out with either an adjacent theme song or an extract from the original soundtrack, regardless of language options. Since Episode , Toei has stopped animating the ending themes in order to make room for longer openings except for Episode with "We Go"- an originally opening song - as the ending song. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. For other uses of this name, see One Piece Disambiguation. As has become typical of long-running youth-oriented anime, One Piece has gone through a long succession of theme songs, performed by popular artists, since its debut on television. Though performed by popular singers and bands, most seem to be written specifically for the show, as nearly all of them reference treasure, the sea, or ships in some way.
It was used as the first opening for the One Piece television anime , accompanying most of the episodes comprising the East Blue Saga. As a result, it became a sort of shorthand for the Straw Hat Pirates ' earliest adventures and, among the wider public, for the series as a whole. After its initial run, "We Are! In addition, Toei Animation commissioned a number of remixes, two of which have served as openings for later portions of the anime. The narrator - in a straightforward adaptation of Chapter 1 's first page - introduces Gold Roger , a pirate who had won boundless "Wealth, Fame and Power" before his capture and execution. With his last words, he had promised the same to anyone who could find his treasure. A ship is seen unfurling its Jolly Roger sail, then another, then another, until the sea is dotted with pirate ships.
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