List of Sailor Moon soundtracks

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Numerous people wrote and composed music for the Sailor Moon metaseries, with frequent lyrical contributions by creator Naoko Takeuchi. Takanori Arisawa, who earned the "Golden Disk Grand Prize" from Columbia Records for his work on the first series soundtrack in 1993, composed and arranged the background musical scores, including the spinoffs, games, and movies. In 1998, 2000, and 2001 he won the JASRAC International Award for most international royalties, owing largely to the popularity of Sailor Moon music in other nations.[1] Over 40 Japanese music albums were released for the anime, many of which were remixes of the previous albums in jazz style, music box, French, etc. In addition, 33 different CD singles were released, many of them centered around specific characters.

Soundtracks[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Ongaku Shuu[edit]

Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon Ongaku Shuu ( 美少女戦士セーラームーン音楽集 lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Music Collection?) was released in May 1, 1992 as a CD and re-released in March 17, 2010 as a HQCD.[2][3]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Moonlight Densetsu" (ムーンライト伝説, Moonlight Legend) DALI 2:32
2. "Atashi Datte Futsuu no Onnanoko" (あたしだって普通の女の子, I'm Just An Ordinary Girl)   6:25
3. "Hontouni Erabareta Senshi Nano?" (本当に選ばれた戦士なの?, They Really Chose Me to be a Soldier?)   6:39
4. "Hoshizora ha Mysterious" (星空はミステリアス, The Mysterious Starlit Sky)   6:04
5. "Occhokochoi ha Umaretsuki" (おっちょこちょいは生まれつき, Scatterbrained By Nature)   6:46
6. "Koisuru Otomegokoro" (恋する乙女心, Falling in Love: A Girl's Feelings)   6:49
7. "Darekaga Nerawareteiru" (誰かが狙われている, Stalking Someone)   7:15
8. "Yumemiru Odango Atama" (夢見るおだんごアタマ, Dreamy Dumpling-head)   7:22
9. "Yuugure Tokiha Youma no Yokan" (夕暮れ時は妖魔の予感, Evening Sense of Ghosts)   6:59
10. "Moon Prism Power Make Up!" (ムーン・プリズム・パワー・メイクアップ!)   7:35
11. "HEART MOVING"   Takamatsu Misae 3:36


Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon -Ai wa Dokoni Aruno?-[edit]

Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon -Ai wa Dokoni Aruno?- ( 美少女戦士セーラームーン ~愛はどこにあるの? ~ lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon -Where is the Love?-?) was released in 1992 as a CD and re-released in 2010 as a HQCD.[4][5][6]

No. Title Length
1. "Moonlight Densetsu" (ムーンライト伝説) 2:53
2. "Go Kotoba wa Moon Prism Power Make Up!" (合コトバはムーン・プリズム・パワー・メイクアップ!) 5:51
3. "Princess Moon" (プリンセス・ムーン) 6:02
4. "Hottoke nai yo" (ほっとけないよ, Don't Leave me Alone) 6:08
5. "Ai no Enaji o Ubae" (愛のエナジーを奪え, Steal the Energy of Love) 5:36
6. "Tuxedo Night" (タキシード・ナイト) 5:41
7. "Luna!" (ルナ!, Runa!) 5:35
8. "Tsuki Ni kawatte oshioki yo" (月にかわっておしおきよ, I'll Punish You on behalf of the Moon) 5:30
9. "Maboroshi no ginsuishō ~ Silver Crystal" (幻の銀水晶~シルバー・クリスタル, Phantom Silver Crystal ~ Silver Crystal) 5:49
10. "HEART MOVING"   3:36


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon -in Another Dream-[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon -in Another Dream- ( 美少女戦士セーラームーン -In Another Dream- lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon -in Another Dream-?) was released in 2010 as a HQCD.[7]

No. Title Length
1. "Moonlight Densetsu" (ムーンライト伝説) 2:52
2. "MONOLOGUE①~Usagi" (MONOLOGUE①~うさぎ) 1:30
3. "Yumemiru dake ja dame" (夢見るだけじゃダメ , Why not just Dream) 5:09
4. "MONOLOGUE②~Ami" (MONOLOGUE②~亜美) 1:39
5. "Someday...Somebody..."   4:59
6. "MONOLOGUE③~Rei~" (MONOLOGUE③~レイ~) 1:59
7. "Eternal Melody" (永遠のメロディ) 4:12
8. "MONOLOGUE④~Makoto" (MONOLOGUE④~まこと) 2:08
9. "Anata no sei janai" (あなたのせいじゃない , Not Your Fault) 4:28
10. "MONOLOGUE⑤~Minako" (MONOLOGUE⑤~美奈子) 1:35
11. "Anata no yume o mita wa" (あなたの夢をみたわ, I Had a Dream of You) 4:31
12. "MONOLOGUE⑥~Mamoru" (MONOLOGUE⑥~衛) 0:51
13. "Toki o Koete..." (時を越えて… , Beyond Time...) 4:51
14. "SHORT DRAMA: Princess Serenity & Endymion" (SHORT DRAMA~プリンセス・セレニティ&エンディミオン) 2:14
15. "YOU'RE JUST MY LOVE"   4:14
16. "Princess Moon" (プリンセス・ムーン) 4:01


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R Ongaku Shuu[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R Ongaku Shuu ( 美少女戦士セーラームーンR音楽集 lit.Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon R Music Collection?) Released April 1, 1993 and was later re-released in 2010 as a HQCD.[8]

This is the soundtrack for the second season. It contains the background music from the two parts of Sailor Moon R: the Alien arc (Ail+Ann or "Ann & Alan" in the dub) and the Black Moon/ChibiUsa arc which makes up the majority of Sailor Moon R. The two songs included on this CD are the opening and closing theme song for Sailor Moon R ("Otome no Policy") and "Suki to Itte", a song used as background in Sailor Moon R. Both are sung by ISHIDA Yoko, who also sang the popular Sailor Moon R/Sailor Moon S battle song "Ai no Senshi" (Soldier of Love).

No. Title Length
1. "Otome no Policy" (乙女のポリシー) 3:13
2. "Yuujou, Soshite Ai" (友情,そして愛 ; Friendship, and Love) 6:15
3. "Makaiju" (魔界樹, Hell Tree) 5:44
4. "Watashi ga Tatakau" (私が戦う, I Fight) 6:00
5. "Kiyoku, Akaruku, △×□§" (清く,明るく,△×□§…; Clean, Bright, △×□§…) 6:43
6. "Atatanaru Teki" (新たなる敵, A New Enemy) 4:53
7. "Tsuiseki ha Bouken no Hajimari" (追跡は冒険のはじまり, Tracking the Beginning of the Adventure) 4:54
8. "Tsuki ha Miteiru" (月は見ている, The Moon is Watching) 5:03
9. "Kanashimi wo Yuuki ni Kaete" (悲しみを勇気に変えて, Courage to End the Sorrow) 5:27
10. "Suki to Itte" (好きと言って) 4:37


Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R - Mirai he Mukatte[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R -Mirai e Mukatte- ( 美少女戦士セーラームーンR -未来へ向かって- lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon R -Towards The Future-?) was released in 2010 as a HQCD.[9]

No. Title Length
1. "Suki to itte" (好きと言って) 4:37
2. "I am Sailor Moon" (I am セーラームーン) 5:28
3. "Onaji namida o wakeatte" (同じ涙を分け合って, Shared the same Tears) 5:10
4. "Hijiri en ai ~Fire Soul Love~" (聖・炎・愛~Fire Soul Love~) 3:59
5. "Otome no Policy" (乙女のポリシー) 3:13
6. "Dakishime Teitai" (抱きしめていたい , I Want to Embrace) 4:42
7. "STARLIGHT ni kissushite" (STAR LIGHTにキスして , Starlight a kiss) 4:27
8. "Root Venus" (ルート・ヴィーナス) 4:30
9. "Ai no Senshi" (愛の戦士, Soldier of Love) 3:36
10. "Moonlight Densetsu" (ムーンライト伝説) 2:52


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R - Gekijou Ban Music Collection -Ongaku Shu-[edit]

Soundtrack for Sailor Moon R: The Movie entitled Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon R Gekijou Ban Music Collection -Ongaku Shu- ( 美少女戦士セーラームーンR-劇場版 MUSIC COLLECTION-音楽集- lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon - Movie Music Collection -Music Collection-?) was released in 2010 as a HQCD.[10]


No. Title Length
1. "Prologue" (プロローグ) 1:32
2. "Moon Revenge"   4:00
3. "Akai Kami no shonen" (紅い髪の少年, Red-haired boy) 2:20
4. "Shokobutsu en no Happening! ~ Shinryaku no yochō" (植物園のハプニング!~侵略の予兆 , Happening Botanical Garden! ~ Signs of Agression) 3:44
5. "Yōka ma gurishina" (妖花魔グリシナ, Magic Gurishima Yoka) 3:00
6. "Make Up!" (メイクアップ!) 3:13
7. "Moeru Bishōjo Senshi" (燃える美少女戦士, Burn Pretty Gaurdian) 2:32
8. "Tuxedo Kamen tojo ~Mamoru to fiore~" (タキシード仮面登場~衛とフィオレ~, Tuxedo Mask Appears ~Mamoru and Fiore~) 2:21
9. "Sailor Teleport!" (セーラー・テレポート!) 1:55
10. "Tsuisō no fiore" (追想のフィオレ, Reminiscence of Fiore) 3:32
11. "Hana meikyū no shitō" (花迷宮の死闘, Struggle in the Flower Labyrinth) 2:14
12. "Gekitotsu! Sailor Moon vs Fiore" (激突!セーラームーン vs フィオレ, Duel! Sailor Moon vs. Fiore) 4:43
13. "Inochi Moyashite......" (生命燃やして……, Burning Life......) 3:09
14. "Fukkatsu no Serenade <Moon Revenge>" (復活のセレナーデ<Moon Revenge>, Serenade of Resurrection <Moon Revenge>) 1:32
15. "I am Sailor Moon" (I am セーラームーン) 4:57


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S Ongaku Shuu[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon S Ongaku Shuu (美少女戦士セーラームーンS音楽集 lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S Music Collection?) was first released on June 1, 1994 and re-released on March 17, 2010 as a HQCD.[11]

The soundtrack for third season includes all the Sailor Moon S make-up and attack music and the Outer Senshi make-up, appearance and attack music. Not included are the opening theme (the second version of Moonlight Densetsu, performed by Moon Lips) and the ending theme Tuxedo Mirage.

No. Title Length
1. "Seihai, Kyuuseishu ... Shinpi naru Sekai" (聖杯、救世主…神秘なる世界; Holy Grail, Messiah...The Mystic World) 1:58
2. "Subtitle" (サブタイトル) 0:10
3. "Asa no Namikidou" (朝の並木道, Tree-lined Street Morning) 4:08
4. "Death Busters no Yabou" (デスバスターズの野望, Death Busters Ambitions) 3:15
5. "Tenō Haruka to Kaiō Michiru" (天王はるかと海王みちる, Tenou Haruka and Kaiou Michiru) 2:25
6. "Koisuru Otome ha Tomaranai!" (恋する乙女はとまらない!, Girls in Love Won't Stop!) 5:00
7. "Daimon Shutsugen" (ダイモーン出現, Daimon Appearance) 4:38
8. "Eye Catch" (アイキャッチ) 0:12
9. "Ubawareta Junsuina kokoro no kesshō" (奪われた純粋な心の結晶 , Crystal of a Pure Heart was Stolen) 3:09
10. "Senshi no Shukumei..." (戦士の宿命…, Soldier's Fate...) 4:39
11. "Henshin! Sailor Senshi" (変身!セーラー戦士, Transform! Sailor Soldier) 4:28
12. "Uranus, Soshite, Neptune" (ウラヌス、そして、ネプチューン, Uranus and Neptune) 5:38
13. "The Pretty Soldiers' Big War!"   4:20
14. "Ai no Kiseki" (愛の奇跡, Miracle of Love) 2:04
15. "Raishuu mo mite ne!" (来週も見てネ!, See you next week!) 0:31


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Ongaku Shuu[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Ongaku Shuu (美少女戦士セーラームーンSuperS音楽集 lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon SuperS Music Collection?) was first released on September 21, 1995, and re-released on March 17, 2010 as a HQCD.[12]

This is the soundtrack for the fourth season of Sailor Moon. The musical cues from SuperS also appear on Music Box Disc 5, rearranged somewhat differently from this CD. Nehellenia's theme music is located on the Sailor Moon S Movie Music Collection: it is the same as Princess Snow Kaguya's theme music.

No. Title Length
1. "Moonlight Densetsu" (ムーンライト伝説) 2:32
2. "Subtitle" (サブタイトル) 0:08
3. "Yume de Mita Hyoushou no Mori" (夢で見た水晶の森, Dreaming of Crystal Forest) 4:37
4. "Sailor Senshi no Yuuga na Houkago" (大人達の憂鬱, Graceful Sailor Soldiers after School) 5:36
5. "Otona-tachi no Yuutsu" (大人達の憂鬱, The Melancholy of Adults) 4:10
6. "Kaijin-tachi no Circus dan" (怪人達のサーカス団, Circus Troupe of Mysterious People) 5:12
7. "Amazon BAR" (アマゾンBAR) 3:29
8. "ChibiUsa no Romance" (ちびうさのロマンス, Chibiusa's Romance) 3:03
9. "Eyecatch" (アイキャッチ) 0:11
10. "Amazon Trio no Wana" (アマゾントリオの罠, Traps of the Amazon Trio) 4:49
11. "Utsukushii Yume no Kagami" (美しい夢の鏡, Beautiful Dream Mirror) 4:35
12. "Sailor Senshi Aratanaru Hishou" (セーラー戦士新たなる飛翔, New Flight of the Sailor Soldiers) 5:25
13. "Double Henshin! Moon & Chibi-Moon" (ダブル変身! ムーン&ちびムーン, Double Transformation! Moon & Chibi-Moon) 2:22
14. "Moon Gorgeous Meditation!" (ムーンゴージャスメディテイション!) 3:15
15. "Itsuka, Sonna "Watashi-tachi" ni Naritakute" (いつか,そんな“私たち”になりたい) 3:45
16. "Sore jaa, Mata Raishuu ne" (それじゃあ,また来週ネ; This is it, See you next week) 0:30
17. "'Rashiku' Ikimasho" (“らしく”いきましょ) 3:31


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Music Collection[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Music Collection ( 美少女戦士セーラームーンセーラースターズMUSIC COLLECTION lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Music Collection?) was first released on July 20, 1996 and re-released on March 17, 2010 as a HQCD.[13]

This soundtrack features the background music from the Nehellenia portion of Sailor Stars and the opening & closing theme songs. The slower version of the ending theme Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto which aired during the first few episodes of Sailor Stars was never released on CD.

No. Title Length
1. "Eternal Sailor Moon" (エターナルセーラームーン) 1:51
2. "Sailor Star Song" (セーラースターソング) 3:51
3. "Subtitle" (サブタイトル) 2:08
4. "5-nin wa koukousei" (5人は高校生, 5 Senior High School Students) 3:18
5. "Nehellenia Fukkatsu" (ネヘレニア復活, Nehellenia's Resurrection) 4:20
6. "Hotaru no Kanegoto" (ほたるの予言, Hotaru's Prediction) 1:40
7. "Eyecatch" (アイキャッチ) 0:11
8. "Mirror Pare Dolly" (ミラーパレドリー) 4:56
9. "Toraware no Sailor Senshi" (とらわれのセーラー戦士, Captured Sailor Soldiers) 2:09
10. "Princess no tameni......" (プリンセスのために……, For the Sake of the Princess......) 6:42
11. "Eternal no Ai" (エターナルの愛, Eternal Love) 3:19
12. "Three Lights" (スリーライツ) 3:51
13. "Shadow Galactica" (シャドウギャラクティカ) 3:58
14. "Moon Eternal Make Up!" (ムーンエターナルメイクアップ!) 1:55
15. "Sailor Starlights Shutsugen" (セーラースターライツ出現, Sailor Starlights Arrival) 1:05
16. "Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto..." (風も空もきっと…, Surely the Sky the Wind) 4:43
17. "Tsukino Hikari wa Ai no Message" (月の光は愛のメッセージ, Moonlight Message of Love) 0:27


Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Music Collection Vol.2[edit]

Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Music Collection Vol.2 ( 美少女戦士セーラームーンセーラースターズMUSIC COLLECTION Vol.2 lit. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Sailor Stars Music Collection Vol.2?) was released on March 17, 2010 as an HQCD. [14]

This soundtrack features BGM from the Three Lights portion of Sailor Stars. Most of the tracks on this album are duplicated on Memorial Music Box Disc 7. Track 15 Kyuukyoku no Ai ("Ultimate Love") is borrowed from Johann Sebastian Bach's "Prelude in C Major". The track is also included on Memorial Music Box Disc 7 - Track 22.

No. Title Length
1. "Mamoru tono wakare, soshite......" (衛との別れ、そして……; Then, Parting with Mamoru......) 4:07
2. "Bokutachi no Uta wo Kite" (ボクたちの歌をきいて, Listen to Our Song) 3:50
3. "Ano kata ha Dokoni......" (あの方はどこに……, Where is that Person......) 3:33
4. "Hoshino, Taiki, Yozora" (星野、大気、夜天; Star Field, Atmosphere, Night Sky) 3:50
5. "Guitar Solo Collection" (ギターソロ・コレクション) 3:47
6. "Gakuen no Idol" (学園のアイドル, Shool Idol) 1:09
7. "Minako no Yabou" (美奈子の野望■, Minako's Ambition) 1:59
8. "Ginga Terebide no Sakuryaku" (銀河テレビでの策略, Strategy in the TV Galaxy) 2:18
9. "Starseed o Itadakuwa" (スターシードをいただくわ, I'll take the Star Seed) 2:23
10. "Osoi kuru Phage" (襲い来るファージ , Phage comes attacking) 2:57
11. "Star Power Make-Up!" (スターパワーメイクアップ!) 1:55
12. "Karei naru Eternal Sailor Moon" (華麗なるエターナルセーラームーン, Maginificent Eternal Sailor Moon) 2:52
13. "Kyukyoku no Aku" (究極の悪, Ultimate Evil) 1:12
14. "Ketsui" (決意, Determination) 1:16
15. "Kyukyoku no Ai" (究極の愛, Ultimate Love) 2:22
16. "Heiwa" (平和, Peace) 2:02
17. "Kyokara Mata Hutsu no Koukousei" (今日からまたフツーの高校生, After Today, Normal High School Students Again) 1:14


Bonus Tracks

No. Title Length
18. "Star Power Make-Up! -kourasu nashi-" (スターパワーメイクアップ音楽~コーラスなし~, Star Power Make-Up! -without chorus-) 1:55
19. "Moon Eternal Make-Up! -kourasu nashi-" (ムーンエターナルメイクアップ音楽~コーラスなし~, Moon Eternal Make-Up! -without Chorus-) 0:38
20. "Eternal Sailor Moon Action -kourasu nashi-" (エターナルセーラームーン・アクション音楽~コーラスなし~, Eternal Sailor Moon Action -without chorus-)  
21. "Yokokuhen Ongaku ~15 Jugo Byou Bajon~" (予告編音楽~15秒ヴァージョン~, Foretelling Chapter Music -15 Second Version-) 0:15


Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: The 20th Anniversary Memorial Tribute[edit]

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: The 20th Anniversary Memorial Tribute ( 美少女戦士セーラームーン THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY MEMORIAL TRIBUTE lit. Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: The 20th Anniversary Memorial Tribute?) was released on March 17, 2010 as an HQCD. [15]

This soundtrack features BGM from the Three Lights portion of Sailor Stars. Most of the tracks on this album are duplicated on Memorial Music Box Disc 7. Track 15 Kyuukyoku no Ai ("Ultimate Love") is borrowed from Johann Sebastian Bach's "Prelude in C Major". The track is also included on Memorial Music Box Disc 7 - Track 22.

No. Title Length
1. "Mamoru tono wakare, soshite......" (衛との別れ、そして……; Then, Parting with Mamoru......) 4:07
2. "Bokutachi no Uta wo Kite" (ボクたちの歌をきいて, Listen to Our Song) 3:50
3. "Ano kata ha Dokoni......" (あの方はどこに……, Where is that Person......) 3:33
4. "Hoshino, Taiki, Yozora" (星野、大気、夜天; Star Field, Atmosphere, Night Sky) 3:50
5. "Guitar Solo Collection" (ギターソロ・コレクション) 3:47
6. "Gakuen no Idol" (学園のアイドル, Shool Idol) 1:09
7. "Minako no Yabou" (美奈子の野望■, Minako's Ambition) 1:59
8. "Ginga Terebide no Sakuryaku" (銀河テレビでの策略, Strategy in the TV Galaxy) 2:18
9. "Starseed o Itadakuwa" (スターシードをいただくわ, I'll take the Star Seed) 2:23
10. "Osoi kuru Phage" (襲い来るファージ , Phage comes attacking) 2:57


Bonus Tracks

No. Title Length
11. "Star Power Make-Up! -kourasu nashi-" (スターパワーメイクアップ音楽~コーラスなし~, Star Power Make-Up! -without chorus-) 1:55


English-language soundtracks[edit]

This is a list English-language soundtracks from the anime series. Three albums were released from 1996 - 2002.

Sailor Moon - Songs From The Hit TV Series[edit]

Sailor Moon - Songs From The Hit TV Series
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released February 27, 1996 [16]
Recorded September 11, 1995
Genre Soundtrack
Length 29:13
Label Kid Rhino (Rhino Records Inc)

Fred Patten highlighted Oh Starry Night and Rainy Day Man as being the best on the soundtrack, but felt that She's Got the Power was not specific enough to Sailor Moon.[16]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Sailor Moon Theme"   Nicole & Brynne Price 1:35
2. "I Wanna Be A Star!"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) Sandy Howell (Background vocals, Raye) 3:24
3. "My Only Love"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 3:09
4. "Call My Name (I'll Be There)"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) Sandy Howell (Background vocals, Raye) 2:57
5. "Oh Starry Night"   Sandy Howell (Raye) 3:17
6. "It's A New Day"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 2:50
7. "Carry On"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 2:11
8. "Rainy Day Man"   Patricia Tollett (Lita) 3:09
9. "Only A Memory Away"   Shandi Sinnamon (Amy) 3:12
10. "She's Got The Power"   Stan Bush 2:58
11. "Sailor Moon Theme Reprise (Ending)"   Nicole & Brynne Price 0:32


Sailor Moon & The Scouts - Lunarock[edit]

Sailor Moon & The Scouts - Lunarock
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released June 15, 1999
Recorded June 15, 1999
Genre Soundtrack
Length 28:03
Label Kid Rhino
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The Power Of Love"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 3:05
2. "I Want Someone To Love"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena), Patricia Tollett (Lita), Sandy Howell (Raye) 4:24
3. "I Want To Hold Your Hand"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 3:39
4. "Who Do You Think You Are?"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena), Sandy Howell (Raye) 4:27
5. "Moonlight Densetsu / Moonlight Legends"   Dali 2:54
6. "Daddy's Girl"   Patricia Tollett (Lita) 3:38
7. "Ai No Senshi / Soldier Of Love"   Yoko Ishida 3:38
8. "Nothing At All"   Sandy Howell (Raye) 2:17


Sailor Moon - The Full Moon Collection[edit]

Sailor Moon - The Full Moon Collection
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released November 12, 2002
Recorded September 11, 1995
Genre Soundtrack
Length 52:19
Label Koch Records
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Pan Flute"     0:33
2. "Sailor Moon Theme (S.A.F. Remix)"   Nicole & Brynne Price 3:15
3. "I'm Not Ready"   Sandy Howell (Raye), Ronald Aaron Wasserman 3:49
4. "My Only Love (Remix)"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena), Sandy Howell (Raye) 3:39
5. "I Want Someone To Love (RAWmix)"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena), Patricia Tollett (Lita), Sandy Howell (Raye) 5:19
6. "I Want To Hold Your Hand (Hi-NRG Mix)"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 5:09
7. "Moon Crystal Power"     0:45
8. "Call My Name (I'll Be There)"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 2:58
9. "Tiara Action"     0:45
10. "I Wanna Be A Star!"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena), Sandy Howell (Raye) 3:26
11. "Receiving Waves, Part 3"     0:52
12. "The Power Of Love"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 3:07
13. "Tuxedo Mask"     0:11
14. "Rainy Day Man"   Patricia Tollett (Lita) 3:13
15. "Luna"     0:25
16. "Nothing At All"   Sandy Howell (Raye) 2:22
17. "Sailor Jupiter"     0:57
18. "It's A New Day"   Jennifer Cihi (Serena) 2:52
19. "Melvin"     0:50
20. "Sailor Moon Theme (S.A.F. Club Mix)"   Nicole & Brynne Price 6:48
21. "Queen Beryl"     1:01

Notes[edit]

  • The songs on the first album are different versions from what appeared on the series. In particular, Sailor Mercury's "Only a Memory Away" was heavily rewritten.
  • In the episode called "Raye's Day In The Spotlight", Raye sings two songs titled "Call My Name (I'll Be There)" and "Oh, Starry Night" on the stage as compared to the CD album.
  • There are 2 versions of the Sailor Moon: Lunarock CD. The first is the original version released in Canada by EMI and the second is another version released in North America by Kid Rhino. Their track listings are identical but some of the songs are different such as "I Want Someone To Love" (listed as "RAW RE-MIX" on the Kid Rhino release) & "I Want To Hold Your Hand".
  • There is a fourth album that was released by Kid Rhino called Sailor Moon: Unnatural Phenomena, which contained audio direct from the TV episode of the same name with added narration. It also featured the song, "She's Got The Power" from the original album. This was released as an audio cassette only release.

Legacy[edit]

Moonlight Densetsu was released as a CD single in March 1992, and was an "explosive hit".[17] "Moonlight Densetsu" won first place in the Song category in Animage's 15th and 16th Anime Grand Prix.[18][19] It came seventh in the 17th Grand Prix, and "Moon Revenge", from Sailor Moon R: The Movie, came eighth.[20] "Rashiku Ikimasho", the second closing song for SuperS, placed eighteenth in 1996.[21] In 1997, "Sailor Star Song", the new opening theme for Sailor Stars, came eleventh, and "Moonlight Densetsu" came sixteenth.[22]

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