Dragon Ball Z: Original USA Television Soundtrack
|Dragon Ball Z: Original USA Television Soundtrack|
|Soundtrack album by Ron Wasserman|
|Released||December 7, 1997|
|Recorded||1996, Los Angeles|
|Genre||Soundtrack, synth, heavy metal|
|Label||Funimation Productions Inc.
Super Tracks Music Group International
Dragon Ball Z: Original USA Television Soundtrack is the first US domestic soundtrack from the anime Dragon Ball Z released in 1997. It features 12 tracks of music from Saban Entertainment's soundtrack for the Saiyan arc. All of the music (excluding the opening and closing themes) was written and performed by Ron Wasserman during 1996 at his home in Los Angeles, although Shuki Levy and Kussa Mahehi (Haim Saban) were credited on the album for contractual reasons.
30 second sample of Gohan's Hidden Powers.
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|1.||"Main Title" (Also known as "Rock the Dragon")||Jeremy Sweet||Jeremy Sweet||1:03|
|2.||"The Arrival of Raditz"||Ron Wasserman||9:56|
|3.||"The World's Strongest Team"||Ron Wasserman||4:19|
|4.||"Gohan's Hidden Powers"||Ron Wasserman||6:43|
|5.||"Goku's Unusual Journey"||Ron Wasserman||2:18|
|6.||"Gohan's Metamorphosis"||Ron Wasserman||3:29|
|7.||"Gohan Makes a Friend"||Ron Wasserman||7:42|
|8.||"Touble on Arlia"||Ron Wasserman||2:54|
|9.||"Home for Infinite Losers"||Ron Wasserman||9:16|
|10.||"Princess Snake's Hospitality"||Ron Wasserman||2:44|
|11.||"Escape from Piccolo"||Ron Wasserman||9:56|
|12.||"End Title"||Jeremy Sweet||0:26|
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