List of Pokémon theme songs

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This is a list of Pokémon theme songs that includes the media and release information, which is mainly about the American and Japanese opening and ending themes of the Pokémon animated series. They are as follows.

Pocket Monsters (Japanese)[edit]

Opening themes[edit]

Pocket Monsters: The Original Series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 めざせポケモンマスター Mezase Pokémon Masutā Aim to Be a Pokémon Master Rica Matsumoto EP001 - EP082
2 ライバル! Raibaru! Rival EP083 - EP118
3 OK! OK! OK! EP119 - EP193
4 めざせポケモンマスター 2001 Mezase Pokémon Masutā 2001 Aim to Be a Pokémon Master 2001 Whiteberry EP194 - EP240
5 Ready Go! Ready Go! Ready Go! Naomi Tamura EP241 - EP276

Pocket Monsters: Advanced Generation series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 アドバンス・アドベンチャー Adobansu Adobenchā Advance Adventure GARDEN AG001 - AG069
2 チャレンジャー!! Charenjā!! Challenger!! Rica Matsumoto AG070 - AG104
3 ポケモン シンフォニック メドレー Pokémon Shinfonikku Medorē Pokémon Symphonic Medley Hirokazu Tanaka and
Kazumi Mitome
AG105 - AG134
4 バトルフロンティア Batoru Furontia Battle Frontier Akina Takaya AG135 - AG165
5 スパート! Supāto! Spurt! Rica Matsumoto AG166 - AG192

Pocket Monsters: Diamond & Pearl series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 Together Together Together Fumie Akiyoshi DP004 - DP078
Together 2008 Together 2008 Together 2008 DP079 - DP095
2 ハイタッチ! Hai Tatchi! High Touch! Rica Matsumoto and Megumi Toyoguchi DP096 - DP133
ハイタッチ! 2009 Hai Tatchi! 2009 High Touch! 2009 DP134 - DP157
3 サイコー・エブリデイ! Saikō - Eburidei! The Greatest - Everyday! Fumie Akiyoshi DP158 - DP182
サイコー・エブリデイ! (BAND VERSION) Saikō - Eburidei! (BAND VERSION) The Greatest - Everyday! (Band Version) Fumie Akiyoshi with The Greatest-Band DP183 - DP191

Pocket Monsters: Best Wishes series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 ベストウイッシュ! Besuto Uisshu! Best Wishes! Rica Matsumoto BW001 - BW084
2 やじるしになって! Yajirushi ni Natte! Be an Arrow! BW085 - BW108
やじるしになって!2013 Yajirushi ni Natte! 2013 Be an Arrow! 2013 BW109 - BW122
3 夏めく坂道 Natsumeku Sakamichi Summerly Slope Daisuke BW123 - BW142

Pocket Monsters: XY series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 V(ボルト) V (Boruto) V (Volt) Yūsuke XY001 - XY028
メガV (メガボルト) Mega V (Mega Boruto) Mega V (Mega Volt) XY029 - XY054
2 ゲッタバンバン Getta Banban Mad-Paced Getter Tomohisa Sako XY055 - present

Ending themes[edit]

Pocket Monsters: The Original Series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 ひゃくごじゅういち Hyakugojūichi 151 Unshou Ishizuka and Pokémon 4 Kids EP001 - EP027
2 ニャースのうた Nyāsu no Uta Nyarth's Song Inuko Inuyama EP028 - EP037
EP065 - EP068
3 ポケットにファンタジー Poketto ni Fantajī Pocket Fantasy Sachi & Juri EP038 - EP053
4 ポケモン音頭 Pokémon Ondo Pokémon March Sachiko Kobayashi EP054 - EP064
EP104
5 タイプ: ワイルド Taipu: Wairudo Type: Wild Rica Matsumoto EP069 - EP103
6 ラプラスにのって Rapurasu ni Notte Riding on Laplace Mayumi Iizuka and Rikako Aikawa EP105 - EP116
7 ニャースのパーティ Nyāsu no Pāti Nyarth's Party Team Rocket (Inuko Inuyama, Megumi Hayashibara, and Shinichiro Miki) EP117 - EP141
8 ポケモンはらはらリレー Pokémon Hara Hara Rirē Pokémon Exciting Exciting Relay Rikako Aikawa And Korasu EP142 - EP151
EP163 - EP172
ポケモンはらはらはらはら²リレー (むずかし版) Pokémon Hara Hara Hara Hara² Rirē (Muzukashi Ban) Pokémon Exciting Exciting Exciting Exciting² Relay (Difficult version) Rikako Aikawa And Korasu EP152 - EP156
9 タケシのパラダイス Takeshi no Paradaisu Takeshi's Paradise Yuji Ueda EP157 - EP162
10 ぼくのベストフレンドへ Boku no Besuto Furendo e To My Best Friend Iawasaki Hiromi EP173 - EP191
11 前向きロケット団! Maemuki Roketto-dan! Look Forward Team Rocket! Team Rocket (Inuko Inuyama, Megumi Hayashibara, and Shinichiro Miki) EP192 - EP238
12 ポケッターリ・モンスターリ Pokettāri - Monsutāri Pocket-ering Monster-ing KANA EP239 - EP275

Pocket Monsters: Advanced Generation series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 そこに空があるから Soko ni Sora ga Aru Kara Because the Sky is There Toshiko Ezaki AG001 - AG018
AG045 - AG051
2 ポルカ・オ・ドルカ Poruka O Doruka Polka O Dolka Inuko Inuyama and Norusoru Gasshōdan AG019 - AG044
3 スマイル Sumairu Smile Toshiko Ezaki AG052 - AG082
AG092 - AG098
4 いっぱいサマー!! Ippai Samā! Full of Summer!! Naomi Onmura and the Himawari Choir AG083 - AG091
5 GLORY DAY ~輝くその日~ GLORY DAY ~Kagayaku Sono Hi~ Glory Day ~That Shining Day~ GARDEN AG099 - AG133
AG150 - AG171
6 ポケモンかぞえうた Pokémon Kazoeuta Pokémon Counting Song Shougo Toda AG134 - AG149
7 私、負けない! ~ハルカのテーマ~ Watashi, Makenai! ~Haruka no Tēma~ I Won't Lose! ~Haruka's Theme~ KAORI AG172 - AG191

Pocket Monsters: Diamond & Pearl series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 君のそばで~ヒカリのテーマ~ Kimi no Soba de ~Hikari no Tēma~ By Your Side ~Hikari's Theme~ Grin DP001 - DP024
2 君のそばで~ヒカリのテーマ~(PopUp.Version) Kimi no Soba de ~Hikari no Tēma~ (PopUp.Version) By Your Side ~Hikari's Theme~ (PopUp.Version) Grin DP025 - DP050
3 君のそばで~ヒカリのテーマ~(Winter Version) Kimi no Soba de ~Hikari no Tēma~ (Winter Version) By Your Side ~Hikari's Theme~ (Winter Version) Grin DP051 - DP061
4 風のメッセージ Kaze no Messēji Message of the Wind Mai Mizuhashi DP062 - DP072
DP084 - DP095
5 風のメッセージ (PokaPoka-Version) Kaze no Messēji (PokaPoka-Version) Message of the Wind (PokaPoka-Version) Mai Mizuhashi DP073 - DP083
6 あしたはきっと Ashita wa Kitto Surely Tomorrow Kanako DP096 - DP120
7 もえよギザみみピチュー! Moe yo Giza Mimi Pichū! Get Fired up, Spiky-eared Pichu! Shoko Nakagawa DP121 - DP145
8 ドッチ~ニョ? Dotchi~nyo? Which One ~ Is It? MooMoo Milk and Araki-san DP146 - DP182
9 君の胸にLALALA Kimi no Mune ni LALALA In Your Heart, LaLaLa MADOKA DP183 - DP191

Pocket Monsters: Best Wishes series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 心のファンファーレ Kokoro no Fanfāre Fanfare of the Heart Aki Okui BW003 - BW025
2 ポケモン言えるかな?BW Pokémon ieru kana? BW Can You Name All the Pokémon? BW Takeshi Tsuruno BW026 - BW060
3 七色アーチ Nanairo Āchi Seven-colored Arch Pokémon BW Choral Gang BW061 - BW078
4 みてみて☆こっちっち Mite Mite ☆Kotchitchi Look Look☆Here Momoiro Clover Z BW079 - BW108
5 サクラ・ゴーラウンド Sakura Gō Raundo Sakura Go-Round Shiritsu Ebisu Chūgaku BW109 - BW122
6 手をつなごう Te o Tsunagō Let's Join Hands BW123 - BW142

Pocket Monsters: XY series[edit]

# Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
1 X海峡Y景色 X Kaikyō Y Keshiki X Strait Y Scenery J☆Dee’Z XY001 - XY028
2 ピースマイル Pīsumairu! Peace Smile! XY029 - XY046
3 ドリドリ Doridori DreamDream Shōko Nakagawa XY047 - XY067
4 ガオガオ・オールスター Gaogao Ōrusutā Roaring All-Stars Little Glee Monster XY068 - present

Special themes[edit]

Weekly Pokémon Broadcasting Station[edit]

Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
マーチングマーチ Māchingu Māchi Marching March Halcali SP078 - SP091

Pokémon Sunday[edit]

Japanese title Rōmaji Japanese translation Vocalist Episodes used
前向きロケット団! Maemuki Roketto-dan! Look Forward Team Rocket! Team Rocket (Inuko Inuyama, Megumi Hayashibara, and Shinichiro Miki) S001 - S015
ハロー!サンキュー! Harō! Sankyū! Hello! Thank You! BECKY and Poképark Kids Chorus S016 - S051
バトルフロンティア Batoru Furontia Battle Frontier Akina Takaya S053 - S059
Y E A H! Y E A H! Y E A H! Hinoi Team S061 - S072
スパート! Supāto! Spurt! Rica Matsumoto S074 - S084
ビック・ニャース・デイ Biggu Nyāsu Dei Big Nyarth Day Inuko Inuyama S086 - S100

Pokémon (English)[edit]

Opening themes[edit]

Pokémon: The Original series[edit]

# Title Vocalist Episodes used
1 Gotta Catch 'em All Jason Paige 0001 - 0080; 0081 - 0082
2 Pokémon World Russell Velázquez 0083 - 0115
3 Pokémon Johto! PJ Lequerica 0116 - 0156; 0157 - 0161
4 Born to Be a Winner David Rolfe 0162 - 0208
5 Believe in Me David Rolfe 0209 - 0272

Note: Several episodes from the original series were not aired dubbed. See Pokémon episodes removed from rotation for more details.

Pokémon: Advanced series[edit]

# Title Vocalist Episodes used
1 I Wanna Be a Hero David Rolfe 0273 - 0312
2 This Dream David Rolfe 0313 - 0364
3 Unbeatable David Rolfe 0365 - 0416
4 Battle Frontier Jason Appleton 0901 - 0947

Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl series[edit]

# Title Vocalist Episodes used
1 Diamond and Pearl Chris "Breeze" Barczynski 1001 - 1051
2 We Will Be Heroes Kirsten Price 1101 - 1152
3 Battle Cry - (Stand Up!) Erin Bowman 1201 - 1252
4 We Will Carry On! Adam Elk 1301 - 1334

Note: Shortened instrumentals of the theme songs were used as the end credit theme songs in the dub.

Pokémon: Black & White series[edit]

# Title Vocalist Episodes used
1 Black and White Erin Bowman and Joe Philips 1401 - 1448
2 Rival Destinies Alex Nackman and Kathryn Raio 1501 - 1549
3 It's Always You and Me Neal Coomer and Kathryn Raio 1601 - 1645

Pokémon: XY series[edit]

# Title Vocalist Episodes used
1 Pokémon Theme (Version XY) Ben Dixon and The Sad Truth 1701 - 1748
2 Be a Hero Ben Dixon and The Sad Truth 1801 - 18??

*Note: Shortened instrumentals of the theme songs were used as the end credit theme songs in the dub.

Ending themes[edit]

# Title Vocalist Episodes used
1 Go Pokémon Go! (Rap) Sam Milby ft. Juan Antonio De la Paz 0901 - 0947

Anime soundtracks[edit]

There are many soundtracks from the anime. The following is just to list a few.

Pocket Monsters Sound Anime Collection: Music Collection/Famous Scene Collection[edit]

Pocket Monsters Sound Anime Collection: Music Collection/Famous Scene Collection
Soundtrack album by Shinji Miyazaki
Released June 10, 1998 (1998-06-10)
Genre J-pop
Language Japanese
Label Pikachu Records

Pocket Monsters Sound Anime Collection: Music Collection/Famous Scene Collection (ポケットモンスター サウンドアニメコレクション ― 音楽集・名場面集 Poketto Monsutā Saundo Anime Korekushion Ongaku Shū Meibamen Shū?) is the licenced soundtrack from the anime. It was released by Pikachu Records on June 10, 1998, in Japan only. This collection consists of composer Shinji Miyazaki's orchestrated arrangements of musical compositions from the first four Pokémon games by composer Junichi Masuda and exclusive musical cues heard throughout the first series. These instrumental tracks are categorized as sixteen chapters included with the show's first opening theme song "Mezase Pokemon Master" and second closing theme "Pocket ni Fantasy" (both are the TV-size edits). Each of the instrumental tracks are followed by a brief commentary featuring Satoshi's Pokémon Zukan voiced by its voice actor Shinichiro Miki explaining each composition's association with the story and at what point it plays. Included with the album is a hard bound picture book (the Meibamen Shū (名場面集 famous (impressive) scene collection?)), stickers, and a merchandise catalogue.

Track List[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Mezase Pokémon Masutā" (めざせポケモンマスター Aim to Be a Pokémon Master) Hirokazu Tanaka 2:43
Chapter.1 Pokemon! I Choose You! (ポケモン!君に決めた! Pokemon! Kimi ni Kimeta!?)
No. Title Music Length
2. "Pokémon! Kimi ni Kimeta!" (ポケモン!君に決めた! Pokémon! I Choose You!) Junichi Masuda 2:13
Chapter.2 The Adventure Begins! (冒険が始まる! Bōken ga Hajimaru!?)
No. Title Music Length
3. "Tabidachi" (旅立ち Begin the Journey) Junichi Masuda 1:16
4. "Jitensha de Gō!" (自転車でゴー! Go by Bicycle!) Junichi Masuda 1:34
5. "Santo Annu Gō" (サントアンヌ号 The St. Anne) Junichi Masuda 1:12
Chapter.3 Friends (仲間たち Nakamatachi?)
No. Title Music Length
6. "Pikachū Tōjō" (ピカチュウ登場ち Enter Pikachu) Shinji Miyazaki 1:31
7. "Maboroshi no Pokémon" (幻のポケモン The Legendary Pokémon) Shinji Miyazaki 1:32
8. "Pokémon! Getto da ze!" (ポケモン!ゲットだぜ! Get Pokémon!) Shinji Miyazaki 1:33
Chapter.4 I Love Pokémon! (ポケモン大好き!たち Pokémon Daisuki!?)
No. Title Music Length
9. "Pokémon Horidē" (ポケモンホリデー Pokémon Holiday) Junichi Masuda 1:23
10. "Osorubeshi Kodakku" (おそるべしコダック Frightened Psyduck) Junichi Masuda 1:43
11. "Pokémon Rīgu Kōnin Kyappu" (ポケモンリーグ公認キャップ Pokémon League Official Cap) Shinji Miyazaki 1:30
Chapter.5 Puzzle and Mystery (謎と神秘 Nazo to Shinpi?)
No. Title Music Length
12. "Masaki no Tōdai" (マサキの灯台 Masaki's Lighthouse) Shinji Miyazaki 1:32
13. "Densetsu" (伝説 Legend) Shinji Miyazaki 1:57
14. "Roketto-dan Bosu no Tēma" (ロケット団ボスのテーマ Theme of the Team Rocket Boss) Shinji Miyazaki 1:32
Chapter.6 Team Rocket Visit (ロケット団参上! Roketto-dan Sanjō?)
No. Title Music Length
15. "Roketto-dan Onmitsu Sakusen" (ロケット団隠密作戦 Team Rocket's Secret Strategy) Shinji Miyazaki 1:56
16. "Roketto-dan Shichihenge" (ロケット団七変化 Team Rocket's Seven's Apparition) Shinji Miyazaki 1:28
17. "Nandakanda to Kikaretara..." (なんだかんだと聞かれたら… When Hearing about Something or Other...) Shinji Miyazaki 1:33
Chapter.7 Danger Zone (危険地帯 Kiken Chitai?)
No. Title Music Length
18. "Kyōteki Arawaru" (強敵現わる Strong Adversary Emerges) Shinji Miyazaki 1:36
19. "Shūgeki!" (襲撃! Surprise Attack!) Shinji Miyazaki 1:28
Chapter.8 Violent Fight without Limit (激闘果てしなく Gekitō Hateshinaku?)
No. Title Music Length
20. "Nigero ya Nigero!" (逃げろや逃げろ! Escape, Escape!) Shinji Miyazaki 1:30
21. "Daikonsen" (大混戦 Big Confused Fight) Shinji Miyazaki 1:36
Chapter.9 Challenge! Gym Leader Battle (挑戦!ジムリーダー戦 Chōsen! Jimu Rīdā Sen?)
No. Title Music Length
22. "Pokémon Batoru" (ポケモンバトル Pokémon Battle) Junichi Masuda 1:42
23. "Shakunetsu no Batorufīrudo" (灼熱のバトルフィールド The Red-Hot Battlefield) Junichi Masuda 2:14
24. "Yatta ze!" (やったぜ! I Did It!) Junichi Masuda 2:08
Chapter.10 The Warrior's Rest (戦士の休息 Senshi no Kyūsoku?)
No. Title Music Length
25. "Tsuki no Ishi" (月の石 Moonstone) Shinji Miyazaki 1:24
26. "Inori" (祈り Prayer) Shinji Miyazaki 1:18
27. "Saikai" (再会 Meet Again) Shinji Miyazaki 1:25
Chapter.11 Pokémon Way of Life (ポケモン人生模様 Pokémon Jinsei Moyō?)
No. Title Music Length
28. "Oden" (おでん) Shinji Miyazaki 1:15
29. "Charinko Bōsōzoku" (チャリンコ暴走族 Biker Gang) Shinji Miyazaki 1:22
30. "Tōshi" (闘志 Fighting Spirit) Shinji Miyazaki 1:44
Chapter.12 The Dazzling Beautiful Girl (眩惑の美女 Genwaku no Bijō?)
No. Title Music Length
31. "Genwaku no Bijō" (眩惑の美女 The Dazzling Beautiful Girl) Junichi Masuda 1:31
Chapter.13 Ordeal (試練 Shiren?)
No. Title Music Length
32. "Shinobiyoru Kage" (しのびよる影 Spying from the Shadows) Shinji Miyazaki 1:28
33. "Zettai Zetsumei" (絶対絶命< Desperate Situation) Shinji Miyazaki 1:41
34. "Kyōaku Pokémon Shutsugen!" (凶悪ポケモン出現! Terrible Pokémon Appearance!) Shinji Miyazaki 1:25
Chapter.14 Rushing into the Pokémon League! (ポケモンリーグ突入! Pokémon Rīgu Totsunyū!?)
No. Title Music Length
35. "Sōryokusen" (総力戦 All-Out War) Shinji Miyazaki 1:51
36. "Fukutsu no Pokémon" (不屈のポケモン The Invincible Pokémon) Shinji Miyazaki 2:04
37. "Ikken Rakuchaku" (一件落着 A Settled Matter) Shinji Miyazaki 1:55
Chapter.15 Afterwards, Clear these Tears (涙,のち晴れ Namida, Nochi Hare?)
No. Title Music Length
38. "Namida, Nochi Hare" (涙,のち晴れ Afterwards, Clear these Tears)   2:13
Chapter.16 And the Adventure Continues (そして,冒険は続く Soshite, Bōken wa Tsuzuku?)
No. Title Music Length
39. "Deai to Wakare to" (出会いと別れと Meeting and Separating) Shinji Miyazaki 1:30
40. "Shōri no Bajji Getto da ze!" (勝利のバッジゲットだぜ! Get a Badge of Victory!) Shinji Miyazaki 2:02
41. "Tsuzukuttara, Tsuzuku" (続くったら,続く Continue, Continue) Shinji Miyazaki 2:59
No. Title Music Length
42. "Poketto ni Fantajī" (ポケットにファンタジー Pocket Fantasy) Hirokazu Tanaka 1:33

Pokémon 2.B.A. Master[edit]

Pokémon World[edit]

"Pokémon World"
Single by Various Artists
Released February 8, 2000
Genre Pop, film soundtrack
Length 7:09
Label Koch Records
Various Artists singles chronology
Pokémon: The First Movie
(1999)
Pokémon World
(2000)
Pokémon: The First Movie Original Motion Picture Score
(2000)

Pokémon World is a CD single released in the United States and Canada on February 8, 2000, by Koch Records. The first track is the theme song for Adventures on the Orange Islands, the second season of the anime. Its Koch Records catalog number is 8903.

Track list[edit]

No. Title Performed by Length
1. "Pokémon World"   Russell Velázquez 3:15
2. "Pikachu's Winter Vacation"   Russell Velázquez 1:57
3. "Pikachu's Winter Vacation (instrumental)"   Louis Cortelezza 1:57

Totally Pokémon[edit]

Totally Pokémon
Soundtrack album by Johto
Released January 23, 2001
Recorded Summer 2000
Genre Pop, rock, R&B
Length 74:48
Label Koch Records
Producer John Loeffler
Johto chronology
Pokémon: The Movie 2000 Original Motion Picture Score
(2001)
Totally Pokémon
(2001)
Pokémon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack
(2001)

Totally Pokémon is the second soundtrack released for the anime. This time, it includes songs from the anime's third season, The Johto Journeys.

Tracklist[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Pokémon Johto"   2:53
2. "Pikachu (I Choose You)"   4:05
3. "All We Wanna Do"   3:59
4. "The Game"   4:40
5. "He Drives Me Crazy"   3:29
6. "You & Me & Pokémon"   4:06
7. "Biggest Part of My Life"   4:19
8. "Do Ya Really Wanna Play?"   4:09
9. "Song of Jigglypuff"   4:21
10. "Two Perfect Girls"   3:37
11. "Never Too Far from Home"   3:23
12. "Pokérap GS"   4:14
13. "Pokémon Johto" (Karaoke Version) 2:53
14. "Pikachu (I Choose You)" (Karaoke Version) 4:05
15. "All We Wanna Do" (Karaoke Version) 3:59
16. "You & Me & Pokémon" (Karaoke Version) 4:08
17. "Song of Jigglypuff" (Karaoke Version) 4:21
18. "Two Perfect Girls" (Karaoke Version) 3:38
19. "Pokérap GS" (Karaoke Version) 4:11

Pokémon Christmas Bash[edit]

Pokémon Christmas Bash
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released October 23, 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Christmas music, pop, hip hop
Length Unknown
Label Koch Records
Producer Unknown
Various artists chronology
Pokémon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack
(2001)
Pokémon Christmas Bash
(2001)
Pokémon X
(2007)

Pokémon Christmas Bash is a soundtrack CD album of Pokémon-themed Christmas songs performed by cast of the 4Kids Entertainment English anime dub. It was only released in America and Germany, called "Pokémon Weihnachts Party"

Tracklist[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Pokémon Christmas Bash"    
2. "I'm Giving Santa a Pikachu for Christmas"    
3. "Winter is the Coolest Time of Year"    
4. "Nobody Don't Like Christmas"    
5. "I Keep My Home in My Heart"    
6. "The Christmas Song"    
7. "Under the Mistletoe"    
8. "Must Be Santa"    
9. "The Night Before Christmas"    
10. "Christmas Medley"    
11. "I'm Giving Santa a Pikachu for Christmas" (Karaoke Version)  
12. "Christmas Medley" (Karaoke Version)  
13. "Born to Be a Winner"    

Pokémon X: 10 Years of Pokémon[edit]

Pokémon X: 10 Years of Pokémon
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released March 27, 2007
Recorded 1998–2007
Genre Pop, rock, pop punk
Length 44:55
Label Koch Records
Various artists chronology
Pokémon Christmas Bash
(2001)
Pokémon X
(2007)

Pokémon X: 10 Years of Pokémon is an album released for the tenth anniversary of Pokémon. This CD consists of nine Pokémon theme songs from the first nine seasons, including several tracks from other albums. A CD sampler was released alongside the DVD release of Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea exclusively at Toys "R" Us. US Target stores also released a sampler with the movie and included an exclusive bonus remix of the Hoenn Pokérap. Both samplers contained five tracks taken from Pokémon X.

Tracklist[edit]

No. Title Note Length
1. "Pokémon Theme (Season Theme)" (with John Siegler/Tamara Loeffler) Theme of Indigo League  
2. "PokéRap" (with John Siegler/Tamara Loeffler) Pokémon 1 - 150  
3. "Pokémon World (Season Theme)" (with John Loeffler/John Siegler) Theme of Adventures on the Orange Islands  
4. "2.B.A. Master" (with Russell Velázquez/Tamara Loeffler)    
5. "Together Forever" (with Ken Cummings/Tamara Loeffler)    
6. "Double Trouble (Team Rocket)" (with Louis Cortelezzi/Bob Mayo/Tamara Loeffler)    
7. "Pokémon Johto (Season Theme)" (with John Loeffler/John Siegler) Theme of The Johto Journeys  
8. "Pokérap GS" (with John Loeffler/John Siegler) Pokémon 152 – 250  
9. "Born to Be a Winner (Season Theme)" (with John Loeffler/John Siegler) Theme of Johto League Champions  
10. "Believe in Me (Season Theme)" (with David Rolfe/John Siegler) Theme of Master Quest  
11. "I Wanna Be a Hero (Season Theme)" (with David Rolfe/John Siegler) Theme of Pokémon Advanced  
12. "This Dream (Season Theme)" (with David Rolfe/John Siegler) Theme of Advanced Challenge  
13. "Unbeatable (Season Theme)" (with David Rolfe/John Siegler) Theme of Advanced Battle  
14. "Battle Frontier (Season Theme)" (with John Loeffler/David Wolfert) Theme of Battle Frontier  
15. "Hoenn Pokérap" (with Andrew Sherman/Ethan Eubanks) Pokémon 151, 251 - 262, 264 - 368, 370 - 386  
16. "Best Friends" (with John Loeffler/David Wolfert)    
17. "Stay Together" (with NiNi Camps/Gary Philips)    
18. "Go Pokémon Go" (with Lawrence Neves/Atsushi 'Toya' Tokuya)    

Pokémon X: Toys "R" Us Sampler Tracklist[edit]

No. Title Note Length
1. "Pokémon Theme (Season Theme)" (with John Siegler/Tamara Loeffler) Theme of Indigo League  
2. "PokéRap" (with John Siegler/Tamara Loeffler) Pokémon 1 - 150  
3. "Together Forever" (with Ken Cummings/Tamara Loeffler)    
4. "I Wanna Be a Hero (Season Theme)" (with David Rolfe/John Siegler) Theme of Pokémon Advanced  
5. "Stay Together" (with NiNi Camps/Gary Philips)    

Pokémon X: Target Sampler Tracklist[edit]

No. Title Note Length
1. "Pokémon Theme (Season Theme)" (with John Siegler/Tamara Loeffler) Theme of Indigo League  
2. "PokéRap" (with John Siegler/Tamara Loeffler) Pokémon 1 - 150  
3. "Together Forever" (with Ken Cummings/Tamara Loeffler)    
4. "I Wanna Be a Hero (Season Theme)" (with David Rolfe/John Siegler) Theme of Pokémon Advanced  
5. "Hoenn Pokérap" (with Andrew Sherman/Ethan Eubanks) Pokémon 151, 251 - 262, 264 - 368, 370 - 386  

Pocket Monsters Original Soundtrack Best 1997–2010[edit]

Pocket Monsters Original Soundtrack Best 1997–2010
Soundtrack album by Shinji Miyazaki
Released September 8, 2010
Recorded 1997–2010
Length 2:13:19
Label Pikachu Records

Pocket Monsters Original Soundtrack Best 1997–2010 is an album that is released two weeks before the debut of Pokémon: Best Wishes! in Japan. It has all of the songs divided into two volumes.

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