|Single by Takayoshi Tanimoto (Dragon Soul)|
|B-side||"Muteki Aura no Energy"|
|Released||May 20, 2009|
|Takayoshi Tanimoto (Dragon Soul) singles chronology|
"Dragon Soul" is the seventh single by Japanese singer Takayoshi Tanimoto. He performed the song with guitarist and composer Takafumi Iwasaki as part of a special unit also called "Dragon Soul". It was released on CD on May 20, 2009, as both a regular and limited edition; the limited edition included a Dragon Ball Kai Dragon Battlers trading card game card. The song was used as the opening theme of the Dragon Ball Kai anime.
- "Dragon Soul"
- "Muteki Aura no Energy" (無敵AURAのエナジー Muteki Ōra no Enajī?, "The Invincible Aura's Energy")
- "Dragon Soul (Original Karaoke)"
- "Muteki Aura no Energy (Original Karaoke)"
When Dragon Ball Kai was licensed North America in 2010 as Dragon Ball Z Kai, Funimation recorded "Dragon Soul" in English, with lyrics written by Brina Palencia. The uncut DVD/Blu-ray Disc volumes feature a different singer for each release. Part 1 is sung by Sean Schemmel, who also does the voice of Goku. Part 2 is sung by Justin Cook, who also does the voice of Raditz. Part 3 is sung by Vic Mignogna, who also does the voices of Broly and Burter, his version was also used for the Nicktoons and The CW airings of the show. Part 4 is sung by Greg Ayres, who also did the voice of Guldo in Dragon Ball Z Kai. Part 5 is sung by Sonny Strait, who is also the voice of Krillin. Part 6 is sung by Brina Palencia herself, who also does the voice of Chiaotzu. Part 7 is sung in a trio by Sean Schemmel, Justin Cook, and Greg Ayres. Part 8 is also sung in a trio by Vic Mignogna, Sonny Strait, and Brina Palencia.
- "Product Info | ドラゴンボール改 オープニング・テーマ【通常盤】" (in Japanese). Columbia Music Entertainment. Retrieved May 18, 2009.
- "Product Info | ドラゴンボール改 オープニング・テーマ【完全限定盤】" (in Japanese). Columbia Music Entertainment. Retrieved May 18, 2009.
- "Ｄｒａｇｏｎ Ｓｏｕｌ - 谷本貴義（Ｄｒａｇｏｎ Ｓｏｕｌ） ／ オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved August 12, 2009.
- "オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved August 12, 2009.