Best Anime Opening/Ending Theme?

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Best Anime Opening/Ending Theme?

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By "best" I mean the best according to your personal preference.

Some of my favorite anime openings would have to be:

Baccano! - I like how the introduce all the characters.

Cowboy Bebop - Love the vintage feel to it.

Trigun - [censored]' bad ass theme song!

Black Blood Brothers - The ending theme.

Now, everyone else post which anime openings/endings are your favorite. Even post a link if you want. Oh! And explain why it's your favorite... if you feel like it.
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The opening to Sengoku Basara! This opening really gets me excited and it really compliments the feel of the show!

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I like both Durarara!! openings. Just like Baccano!, they introduce the characters. I didn't get a chance to watch Baccano! yet, but I have seen the opening.

I also like most Bleach openings. There's too many for me to remember which ones I like exactly. Hehe.

Kuroshitsuji openings are also cool, and I like the first ending "Lacrimosa".

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@Kyo-Kun
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How dare I what?

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I like all anime, but when it comes to opening there should be a best opening ending. So here's mine:

Best Opening - fushigi yuugi
Best ending - Yuyu Hakusho

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