It's not new that JAM Project is practically the official singers for Super Robot Wars. Ever since they sang the song Hagane no Messiah for SRW Alpha Gaiden (PSX), as its OP theme, their fame had been spread out to all SRW fans who do not know their presence. And since then, all SRWs for home consoles will have its OP and ED done by JAM Project (except for SRW GC, which doesn't have any OP or ED). Even SRW OG the Animation is not spared. Why are they the fated ones? Because of their passion to push forward with anime songs. Somehow or other, they managed to sing out their passion in those OP themes. The passion that all SRW fans crave in the game. The word "hot-blooded" can't be described anywhere else.
However, they are not some unknown group popping out of nowhere. As a matter of fact, if you look into their members, you will have discovered that half of them are in fact linked to SRW.
Mizuki Ichiro - The aniki (Big Brother) of the anison world, and also one of the earliest anison singers. He's famous for his theme songs for mecha shows. So it's no surprise, that when Banpresto decides to release songs based off of SRW, he would be the man of choice. He has sung numerous songs for SRW, whether it's an improved version of those old super robot songs, or new songs catered to SRW, and he has done it with his own style, pushing him further to the top of the anison world. He's also done the voice of Keiser Ephes from SRW@3.
Kageyama Hironobu - He may be much younger than aniki, but he has been in the anison world for at least 20 years, and is the person that brought together these various talents, along with Sakamoto Eizou. He has been the source of passion to push forward anime songs, and he's one artist who keeps improving, and challenging the heights. He was singing SRW songs at about the same time as aniki, and he's really good at re-singing old songs, using his own style, and making it more relevant to the current generation.
Endoh Masaaki - His greatest peak was when he sang the OP themes for Yuusha-oh Gaogaigar. He redefined the power of passion and hot-bloodedness in anime songs. Since then, he had become a regular singer for SRW, even before he was in JAM Project. Mizuki, Kageyama, and Endoh, are part of the permanent staff at the yearly anison concert, Super Robot Spirits.
Matsumoto Rica - Not as affiliated with SRW as the trio is, but as a seiyuu, she performed a few roles in SRW:
Haro - The famous icon for Gundam. Originally made by Amuro, it appears in the UC series, from Gundam 0079 to V Gundam. Most notably, a sub-pilot in SRW for V Gundam, as a partner for Usso Ewin.
Hyuuga Jin - The main character in Zettai Muteki Raijin-oh (SRW GC).
Carla - One of the main female characters in SRW Alpha.
Fukuyama Yoshiki - He sang the songs in Macross 7 as Nekki Basara (although he wasn't the seiyuu). Since Macross 7 is about to appear in SRW Alpha 3, you'll be able to hear his voice during some of the songs, such as Holy Lonely Night (He'll be doing the 'TONIGHT, TONIGHT!' part).
Their style for SRW opening themes, will always be the same. That being, a hot-blooded one, but they also insist on the same ballad style for SRW ED themes, which is great for endings.
JAM Project songs affiliated with SRW so far:
SRW @ Gaiden (2001)
- Hagane no Messiah (OP)
- POWER (ED)
SRW MX (2004)
- VICTORY (OP)
- Yakusoku no Chi (ED)
SRW OG the Animation (2005)
- Meikyuu no PRISONER (OP)
- Protect You (ED1)
- Name of the Truth (ED2)
- Hoshizora no Requiem (ED3)
- Neppu! Shippu! PSYBUSTER (JAM Project's newest version) (IN)
SRW @3 (2005)
- GONG (OP)
- GONG <album version> (SRW @3 OP Arranged Version)
- Brother in Faith (ED)
JAM Project Best Album & Live DVD (2006)
- Hagane no Messiah ~2006 ver.
Super Robot Taisen ORIGINAL GENERATION ~15th Anniversary Song Collection~ (2006)
- Heart of Steel
SRW OG Sound Cinema (2006)
- Protect You (SC Ver.) (SRW ORIGINAL GENERATION THE SOUND CINEMA Vol.3)
- Hoshizora no Requiem (SV Ver.) (SRW ORIGINAL GENERATION THE SOUND CINEMA Vol.3)
- Meikyuu no PRISONER (SC Ver.) (SRW ORIGINAL GENERATION THE SOUND CINEMA Vol.3)
- Name of the Truth (SV ver.) (SRW ORIGINAL GENERATION THE SOUND CINEMA Vol.3)
SRW OG Divine Wars (2006-2007)
- Break Out (OP)
- RISING FORCE (OP2)
- Fight to the end ~Seisen~ (Image Song)