After in the last week we've seen positions 50 – 41 now we'll see a song that once filled Naruto from position 40 – 31.
In the last week we've seen 10 songs in positions 50 – 41 ever so the opening and closing songs of Naruto and Naruto Shippuden series. This time Duniaku.net will re-sort songs from this series from the best, the ordinary, and the ugly.
This list will appear every Saturday. Keep check Duniaku.net to find out the song Your favorite Naruto is in a position.
For this week, we will see songs that are in positions 40 – 31 where there is already a good song in terms of quality and in terms of catchy and can fit into the listener's memory. Curious anyone who goes into the list for the week? Check out the list below.
(NB: Songs in this sequence are taken from songs that have been entered in Naruto TV series and Naruto Shippuden .BGM as well as songs from the film and editions shounen -hen not counted.)
Tia – Ryuusei (Ending Naruto 6)
Singer from Kanagawa who was born on June 11, 1987 has made a splash in Japanese music in the mid-2000s with his voice that has the right dose between urban music such as R & B, gospel, and soul with music pop . The singer who now lives in New York has an aesthetic pop soul that is fun.
It can be seen in the song "Ryuusei" which sounds very relaxed with spice R & B pop with cuilan neo soul as a flavoring song. The crisp and pleasant sound of TiA made this song sound easygoing and easily digested.
Position on Oricon Chart: 39
Ikimonogakari – Hotaru no Hikari (Opening Naruto 5)
The soundtrack of Naruto Shippuden, trio pop rock filled by Yoshiki Mizuno (guitar), Hotaka Yamashita (guitar), and Kiyoe Yoshioka (vocals) has gained popularity in Japan. But their popularity outside Japan is increasingly thanks to the song Naruto Shippuden .
This trio pop rock is instantly able to grab the attention of listeners with their light but ambitious pop music pop music like "Hotaru no Hikari" which plays fast and rhythmically in time simultaneously without forgetting the sense of his pop rock .
Position on Oricon Chart: 5
Hearts Grow – Yurayura
Bands consisting of Haruna (vocals), Chiaki (keyboards & vocals), Natsumi (guitar), Shintarou (guitar), and Yuusuke (bass) have good 19459006 pop rock ] lovely like the 2000s band in general. Unfortunately their career as a band did not last long. They only lasted three years and decided to vacuum within the specified time in 2009. At least past single "Yura Yura" they have something memorable because this song is much liked by Naruto fans and has music that is easy to digest and catchy .
Position on Oricon Chart: 52
Captain Straydum – Mountain A Go Go Two (Ending Naruto 7)
The trio filled by Seiya Nagatomo (vocals), Keisuke Umeda (bass), and Moriyoshi Kikuzumi (drums) are playing music indie rock with a pretty thick 90's nuance by playing the spirit lo-fi and jangly .
The trio who had a career in the music scene from 1999 – 2010 released the song "Mountain A Go Go Two" which was a form of their appreciation of their senior band Unicorn and The Pillows with indigo music rock which is fun but still shows its ambition and is able to make a flexible music to dance together.
Position on Oricon Chart: 73
Oreskaband – Jitensha (Ending Naruto Shippuden 13)
It is very difficult for a band to come out of its comfort zone much less for a ska punk band that is already attached to loud music, out of that path can cause sound they sound strange and the song is not good at all.
However, this did not happen for Oreskaband. Through his second contribution to Naruto they drove his music into the corridor pop rock while maintaining the spirit of his 19459006 ska punk 
They sound more resilient than when singing the song "Pinocchio" which sounds symbolizes their youth that looks haphazard. The vocals sound far more mature and very connect with the nuances of a cheerful and relaxed song. Position on Oricon Chart: 75
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They sound more resilient than when singing the song "Pinocchio" which sounds symbolizes their youth that looks haphazard. The vocals sound far more mature and very connect with the nuances of a cheerful and relaxed song.
Position on Oricon Chart: 75