I can't believe nobody has properly explained this.... anyway, "anthem", when used stylistically, means theme. For instance, if a venue, such as a dance club, has a contiguous design feel, it can be said that it sticks to an anthem.
Of course it can also mean a song that is used to convey underlying values, principles, spirit, commraderie, etc., eg. a national anthem.
"I appreciate the anthem of this Japanese resteraunt."
The bottom of an ant's pants... according to Brittany S. Pierce
Mr. Shuester: Can anyone tell me what an anthem is?
Brittany: The bottom of an ant's pants.
Mr. Shuester: So close!
1. The most brilliant japanese band ever (Loudness fans, you don't know what you're missing =3)
3. A official song you sing with pride that's mostly patriotic-
National anthems are used in a wide array of contexts.
A cheesey, cliched, highly known and recognised trance/electronic song.
"The Trance DJ waz playin' all the ol' skool anthems. Shit waz off da heezy."
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