A Certain Magical Index Season 1 & 2 Full Vocal Song Collection Available on YouTube

The official Twitter account for To Aru, the A Certain Magical Index franchise, has announced that a new official playlist has been made, housing the full openings, endings, and insert songs from the anime adaption’s first two seasons.

Listening to these tracks makes me feel pretty nostalgic, especially my personal favorite, “PSI MISSING,” the first opening for season one. While the openings for A Certain Scientific Railgun are far more popular, I’ve always preferred the Index ones.

A Certain Magical Index originated as a light novel series before expanding into several other media, such as video games and manga adaptations. In fact, entire spinoffs have been birthed from Magical Index, including the significantly more popular A Certain Scientific Railgun.

Regardless, the Magical Index light novel is still ongoing, as it’s in the midst of its third series, Genesis Testament. The three seasons of the anime have adapted the first light novel series, known as Old Testament. As of now, the second light novel series taking place right after the first, New Testament, has yet to receive an anime adaption.

While countless events and developments occur, A Certain Magical Index primarily follows protagonist Touma Kamijou, a high schooler residing in Academy City, a locale full of Espers. He is a Level 0, those whose Esper abilities are the lowest of the low.

However, Touma is different from the rest of the city since he seemingly has no latent Esper ability at all, instead possessing a mysterious power known as the Imagine Breaker in his right hand, which negates all supernatural phenomena. After meeting a young girl named Index, Touma ends up entangled in various plots involving the Science side and veiled Magic side of the world.

You can view the songs from the vocal song playlist for A Certain Magical Index’s first two seasons below:

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