Trigun Songs Lyrics

Trigun Songs Lyrics


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Trigun Songs
Trigun Opening Lyrics トライガン Opening Lyrics
Trigun Ending Lyrics トライガン Ending Lyrics
Trigun OVA Lyrics and other songs トライガン OVA Lyrics and other songs

Anime Information


Also Called:トライガン


Released on year:2021

Released in:Winter

Num Episodes:12


Vash the Stampede, the enigmatic figure with an astounding bounty of $$60,000,000,000 hanging over his elusive existence. Why such a staggering reward, you ask? Whispers abound about his relentless brutality, decimating anyone who dares cross his path and obliterating entire cities with a disturbing ease, earning himself the notorious moniker of "The Humanoid Typhoon." Merely making eye contact with this infamous outlaw is believed to seal one's fate, as he leaves behind a trail of death and destruction. Yet, reality reveals a striking contrast to these alarming rumors. Vash, contrary to popular belief, possesses a heart as tender as a petal. Claiming to have never snuffed out a life purposefully, he abhors violence with every fiber of his being. Venturing across the desolate wastelands of Gunsmoke, Vash accompanies his eccentricity with an unquenchable fondness for donuts, while exuding a persona so clownish, it's almost baffling. However, this jovial facade merely masks a profound purpose. Meryl Stryfe and Milly Thompson, tenacious insurance agents, shadow his every move, endeavoring to mitigate the collateral damage he inadvertently incurs. Yet, their simple mission of containment spirals into lethal encounters, as a formidable band of legendary assassins is summoned to bring forth anguish upon the ill-fated trio. With each perilous escapade, Vash's haunting past unfurls, pushing the boundaries of his morality and principles to the very brink of dissolution. Prepare to embark on a gripping journey through the captivating world of Vash the Stampede, where redemption and survival hang delicately in the balance, and the truth behind this enigma emerges like a phoenix from the ashes.


The Japanese release by Victor Entertainment presents an exciting variation of openings tailored to each specific episode. However, in the initial releases by Geneon Entertainment USA (formerly Pioneer), both on VHS and DVD (singles, Signature Series, and box sets), only the first opening was used consistently. This discrepancy arose because the Japanese licensor provided clean materials with English credits solely for the first opening. Fortunately, Geneon rectified this oversight in their Limited Edition tin releases in 2005/2006, as well as on the Remix singles. Sadly, when FUNimation Entertainment took over the series in 2010 and released it, the same error occurred, using only the first opening consistently across episodes. Nonetheless, this regrettable oversight was eventually remedied in 2013 with the Anime Classics re-release.