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Ohta Michihiko

Ohta Michihiko

Ohta Michihiko


Ohta Michihiko (太田美知彦, Ōta Michihiko?, November 23, 1964), also known as Michihiko Ohta is a Japanese singer, composer and arranger who has worked for several anime series such as Bubblegum Crash and Digimon. In the Digimon series, Ohta wrote three of the four Opening Themes - “Target ~Akai Shougeki~”, “The Biggest Dreamer” and “FIRE!!” (all sung by Kouji Wada) - almost every Evolution Theme - “brave heart”, “Break Up!” (sung by Ayumi Miyazaki) Read more on Last.fm
Ohta Michihiko (太田美知彦, Ōta Michihiko?, November 23, 1964), also known as Michihiko Ohta is a Japanese singer, composer and arranger who has worked for several anime series such as Bubblegum Crash and Digimon. In the Digimon series, Ohta wrote three of the four Opening Themes - “Target ~Akai Shougeki~”, “The Biggest Dreamer” and “FIRE!!” (all sung by Kouji Wada) - almost every Evolution Theme - “brave heart”, “Break Up!” (sung by Ayumi Miyazaki), “SLASH!!” (sung by himself) and others - several Image Themes and other Digimon related songs. He also wrote and arranged some of the tracks on Kouji Wada’s album “All of My Mind”. In 2003, Ohta released “Mirai e no Message ~Ohta Michihiko Self-Cover”, an album containing cover versions some of the Digimon songs he wrote and with duets with other Digimon singers, Kouji Wada and AiM. In March 2006, Ohta announced on his website he will be writing an Insert Song for the fifth Digimon series, Digimon Savers. The track, titled “Believer” and sung by Ikuo of Prince of Tennis fame, is used as the series evolution theme, and was released on June 29, 2006. Read more on Last.fm.

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