List of Dragon Ball soundtracks

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This list contains known titles from both Japanese and American soundtracks from all iterations of the Dragon Ball franchise.

Singles[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

Dragon Ball GT[edit]

Dragon Ball Kai[edit]

  • "Dragon Soul" (2009)
  • "Yeah! Break! Care! Break!" (2009)
  • "Kokoro no Hane" (2010)
  • "Kuu•Zen•Zetsu•Go" (2014)
  • "Dear Zarathustra" (2014)
  • "Junjō" (2014)
  • "Oh Yeah!!!!!!!" (2014)
  • "Galaxy" (2015)
  • "Don't Let Me Down" (2015)

Dragon Ball Super[edit]

Video Games[edit]

Live Action[edit]

Regular Soundtracks[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

Dragon Ball Kai[edit]

Dragon Ball Kai: Original Soundtrack[edit]

Dragon Ball Kai: Original Soundtrack
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Soundtrack album by Kenji Yamamoto & Dragon Soul
Released August 19, 2009 (2009-08-19)
Genre Anime
Length

Regular - Approximately 50 minutes

Limited - Approximately 53 minutes
Language Japanese
Label Columbia Music Entertainment

Dragon Ball Kai: Original Soundtrack is the first official soundtrack of the anime Dragon Ball Kai released on August 19, 2009 on CD in Japan only.[1] The soundtrack includes the opening, ending, and background music from the show. There is a limited edition available including three bonus tracks and a Data Carddass card holder.[2]

The soundtrack includes thirty-three tracks. Some of those tracks include TV-size versions of the opening and ending themes (previously released in CD singles, episode recap and preview music, and more. The limited edition include three extra bonus tracks.

Song credits
3. Takayoshi Tanimoto (Dragon Soul)
18. Original Vocals by You Yamazaki
19. Original Vocals by Saki Oshitani
32. Takayoshi Tanimoto (Dragon Soul)

American Soundtracks[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

Live action[edit]

Soundtrack Sets[edit]

Movie Soundtracks[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

Video Game Soundtracks[edit]

Compilation Soundtracks[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

Dragon Ball Z: Bukkun[edit]

Dragon Ball Z: Bukkun
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Greatest hits album by Various Artists
Released August 8, 1991 (1991-08-08)
Genre Anime
Length 54:44
Language Japanese
Label Columbia

Dragon Ball Z: Bukkun CD Series (ドラゴンボールZブックンCDシリース Doragon Bōru Zetto Bukkun CD Shirīsu?) is a collection of songs from the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on August 8, 1991 in Japan only.

Digital Dragon Ball The World (1994)[edit]

Bigbox Dragon Ball Z (1994)[edit]

Dragon Ball Z: The Best Selections (1995)[edit]

Dragon'98 Special Live (1998)[edit]

Dragon Ball Z: Music Fantasy (2001)[edit]

Dragon Ball Z: Best Remix 2006 ½ Special (2006)[edit]

Koro-chan Pack Dragon Ball Z Best (2007)[edit]

Koro-chan Pack Dragon Ball Z Best
Koro-chan DBZ.png
Greatest hits album by Various Artists
Released September 19, 2007 (2007-09-19)
Genre Anime
Length 23:87
Language Japanese
Label Columbia

Koro-chan Pack Dragon Ball Z Best (コロちゃんパック ドラゴンボールZ ベスト Koro chan Pakku Doragon Bōru Zetto Besuto?) is a collection of songs from the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on September 19, 2007 in Japan only.

Album information[edit]

The album is essentially a part of an ongoing series of albums called the Koro-chan Pack. The album includes first and second opening and closing theme songs, the closing theme song to TV special Hitori no Saishū Kessen ~Furīza ni Idonda Zetto Senshi Son Gokū no Chichi~ (Known outside Japan as Bardock: The Father of Goku), and the closing theme to the film Gekitotsu!! 100-Oku Pawā no Senshi-tachi (Known outside Japan as Return of Cooler).

Track listing[edit]
  1. "Cha-La Head-Cha-La"
  2. "Hikari no Tabi" (光の旅?, "Journey of Light")
  3. "Detekoi Tobikiri Zenkai Power!" (でてこいとびきりZENKAIパワー! Detekoi Tobikiri ZENKAI Pawā!?, Come Out, Incredible Zenkai Power!)
  4. "Hero (Kimi ga Hero)" (HERO(キミがヒーロー) HERO (Kimi ga Hīrō)?, "Hero (You’re the Hero)")
  5. "We Gotta Power"
  6. "Boku-tachi wa Tenshi Datta" (僕達は天使だった?, "We Use to be Angels")
Song Credits[edit]
  1. Hironobu Kageyama
  2. Hironobu Kageyama & Kuko (Waffle)
  3. Manna
  4. Hironobu Kageyama & Yuka
  5. Hironobu Kageyama
  6. Hironobu Kageyama

Dragon Ball Kai[edit]

  • Koro-chan Pack Dragon Ball Kai: Goku vs Vegeta (2010)
  • Koro-chan Pack Dragon Ball Kai: Goku vs Ginyu Special Task Force (2010)
  • Koro-chan Pack Dragon Ball Kai: Goku vs Freeza (2010)

Dragon Ball Z[edit]

  • Dragon Ball Z 20th Century: Songs Best (2013)

Mini Soundtracks[edit]

Dragon Ball[edit]

Video Games[edit]

Miscellaneous works[edit]

References[edit]