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DBZAS

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Dragon Ball Z American soundtrack series (incorrectly stylized as Dragonball Z American soundtrack series) is the American soundtrack collection of music composed by Bruce Faulconer for the anime Dragon Ball Z, commissioned by FUNimation Entertainment. These soundtracks were produced by Faulconer between 2001 and 2005 and are distributed by Faulconer Productions Music.[1]

Volume I

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragon Ball Z: Volume 1 is the first release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and recorded at CakeMix Recording. It was released by Faulconer Productions Music on May 8, 2001.[2]

Track listing

  1. Dragon Ball Z
  2. Call Out the Dragon
  3. Future Trunks
  4. Gohan Fights Frieza
  5. The Makyo Star
  6. Garlic Jr. Theme
  7. King Cold
  8. Frieza's Revival
  9. Heroic Trunks
  10. Android 16
  11. Perfect Cell Runs
  12. The Howling
  13. Android 17 & 18
  14. Destruction
  15. Gohan & Icarus
  16. The Cell Games
  17. 16 Rips Off Cell's Tail
  18. Vegeta's Theme
  19. Vegeta Powers Up
  20. Vegeta - Super Saiyan
  21. The Dragon Theme
  22. Hyperbolic Time Chamber
  23. Goku's Spirit Bomb
  24. Super Namek
  25. Pikkon's Theme

Volume II

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragon Ball Z: Volume 2 is the second release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and recorded at CakeMix Recording. It was released by Faulconer Productions Music on May 8, 2001.[3]

Track listing

  1. Hyperbolic Time Chamber
  2. Goku and Gohan Train
  3. Goku & Kai Face Off
  4. Cell & Piccolo Face Off
  5. Piccolo Angry
  6. Piccolo and 17 Talk
  7. Piccolo vs. 17
  8. Androids Steal Truck
  9. Groovy Discotech
  10. Cell at Ball Club
  11. Cell at Carnival
  12. Weird Circus
  13. Electronic Circus
  14. Cell Contacts Goku
  15. Imperfect Cell Theme
  16. Cell Is Dead?
  17. Cell Powers Up
  18. Demon Mist
  19. Dead Zone
  20. Frieza vs. Spirit Bomb 1
  21. Frieza vs. Spirit Bomb 2
  22. Frieza's Death
  23. Earth Music
  24. Ginyu Transformation
  25. SSJ Transformation
  26. Space Room
  27. Mysterious Person
  28. Supreme Kai's Theme
  29. Goku and Gohan in Time Chamber
  30. Goku Battles 19
  31. Goku Recovers

Volume III

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragon Ball Z: Volume 3 is the third release in the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on May 8, 2001.[4]

Track listing

  1. Wrestling Rock With Lead
  2. Frieza Base
  3. Trunks Appears
  4. Trunks Powerup
  5. Perfect Cell Theme
  6. Droids vs. Bikers
  7. Yamcha Meets Droids
  8. Country Store
  9. Grand Kai Blues
  10. Grand Kai Rocks
  11. Ox King Consoles
  12. Truckin' 2
  13. Underwater
  14. Kame Sad
  15. Kame Tough
  16. Aristocratic British
  17. Aerobics
  18. Sage Music
  19. Gohan Angers 2
  20. Gohan Angers
  21. Cell Juniors Theme
  22. Vegeta Knows His Son
  23. Gohan On Film
  24. Goku Dies
  25. Long Flashback
  26. Gohan Powers Up
  27. Mushroom March
  28. Flight Training
  29. Trunks and Goten
  30. Videl Gets Hit
  31. Videl Gets Up
  32. Mysterious B
  33. Videl Plummets
  34. Trunks and Goten Spar
  35. 18 and Mighty Mask Standoff
  36. Doubler's Prelude
  37. Gohan vs. Doubler
  38. Gohan vs. Doubler II
  39. Vegeta's Red Power
  40. Pre-Buu

Volume IV

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragon Ball Z: Volume 4 is the fourth release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on August 5, 2003.[5]

Track listing

  1. Frieza Transforms
  2. Planet Namek Destruction
  3. Energy Disk Music
  4. Frieza Begs
  5. Android 20 Destroys City
  6. 19 Almost Kills Goku
  7. Eerie
  8. Cell Theme (with Choir)
  9. Cell and Piccolo Fight
  10. Cell Transforms
  11. 16 and the Squirrels
  12. King Kai
  13. King Kai Dies
  14. Snake Way
  15. Kame's Tale
  16. Cell Returns
  17. New Earth Music
  18. Wimps Get Whacked
  19. Goten's Lizard
  20. Nail's Gift
  21. Trunks Wins
  22. Pui Pui Fights Vegeta
  23. Pui Pui Struggles
  24. Room Music
  25. Yucon Sucks
  26. Goku and Kai Standoff
  27. Relief Rock
  28. Satan Gives Speech
  29. Goku vs. Vegeta
  30. Trunks Jumps In
  31. Boys Put to Sleep
  32. Turbulence
  33. SSJ3 Power Up
  34. Tourney Talk
  35. Kid Buu Is Waiting
  36. Buu Is Fighting
  37. Pan's Song
  38. Uub In the Tournament
  39. DBZ Finale

Trunks Compendium I

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragonball Z: Trunks Compendium I was the first release in the Dragon Ball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on April 24, 2001. This album is considered a character album, featuring music related to one of Faulconer's favorite characters, Future Trunks.[6]

Track listing

  1. Mysterious Youth
  2. Prelude to Conflict
  3. Prince of the Saiyans
  4. The Eyes and the Sword
  5. Battle Preparations
  6. Palace in the Clouds
  7. Training
  8. Race to the Island
  9. Trunks Meets Goku
  10. Trunks Story
  11. Time Chamber
  12. Androids
  13. You're Fighting the Wrong Androids
  14. Android Battle
  15. Mysterious Youth Revealed
  16. Home Sweet Home
  17. Back at the Lab
  18. 400 GS
  19. SSJ Trunks
  20. Trunks vs. Cell
  21. A Little Help from a Friend
  22. The Saga Continues
Bonus Tracks
  1. DBZ Episode #120, Part I
  2. DBZ Episode #120, Part II

Buu the Majin Sagas

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragonball Z: Buu the Majin Sagas is the sixth release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on August 5, 2003.[7]

Track listing

  1. Vegeta Gets Bean
  2. Majin Theme
  3. Turned to Stone
  4. Gohan vs Doubler III
  5. Gohan vs Doubler IV
  6. Babidi Casts Spell
  7. Majin-Vegeta
  8. Panic
  9. Vegeta vs. Goku
  10. Buu's Theme
  11. Evil Majin Theme
  12. Buu Takes Eyes
  13. Babidi and Buu
  14. Goku Senses Buu
  15. Buu Eats Cookie
  16. Mystery of the Z-Sword
  17. Buu Takes Punch
  18. Buu Throws Worm
  19. Triumphant
  20. Buu Busts Out
  21. Piccolo and Babidi
  22. Bad News
  23. Van Zant's Ride
  24. Old Kai's Dance
  25. Scary Buu
  26. Evil Buu
  27. Road to the Chamber
  28. Super Buu
  29. Buu Anticipates
  30. Kid Buu
  31. Goku Trains For Buu

Android 18

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragonball Z: Android 18 is the seventh release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on September 9, 2003. This is a character album dedicated to Android 18.[8]

Track listing

  1. "Android 18"
  2. "Android Compendium"
1. 17 - 18 Episodic Theme
2. Android Shoots
3. 17 & 18 Kill All
4. 17 - 18 Flashback
5. Serious to Eerie Suspense
6. 17 & 18 Kill All, v2
7. Tien Finds Yamcha
8. Androids Extended
9. Androids vs. Civilians
10. 16 & 18
11. 17 Rebels
12. 16 Charges
13. 17 - 18 Extension
14. 17 - 18 Episodic Theme
15. 19 Attacks Goku
16. 20 Sucks
17. Androids, With Effects
18. Dr. Gero
19. 16 in Lab - Hits
20. Android Chase
21. Droids Driving
22. Beyond Belief, Fast Remix
23. Weird & Backwards
24. Gang Fight
25. 17 - 18 Face Off
26. 20 Catches Krillin
27. Weird Circus, with Trumpet
28. Piccolo Disarms 20
29. 20 vs. Hunter (with delay)
30. Dr. Gero Dies
31. Beyond Belief Techno
32. Truck Explodes
33. Piccolo Attacks 20
34. Techno Flying
35. 17 Charges
36. Androids Extended

3. "Android 18 Dance Mix"

Volume V

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragon Ball Z: Volume 5 is the eighth release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on July 13, 2004.[9]

Track listing

  1. Goku vs. Jeice & Burta
  2. Guru's Theme
  3. Ginyu Force Theme
  4. Piccolo and Nail Fuse
  5. Goku's Nightmare
  6. Say Goodbye to Namek
  7. Mr. Shu's Lesson
  8. Mr. Shu's S&M Class
  9. Cops Arriving
  10. Blowing Up the Lab
  11. Goku's Dream
  12. Heaven Sent Trunks
  13. Bulma's Car / 20 Escapes
  14. Episodic Trunks
  15. Krillin and Trunks Arrive
  16. Tournament March
  17. Jazzy Tunes
  18. Goku Volunteers Gohan
  19. King Yemma
  20. Pterodactyl Attack
  21. Gohan and Greasers
  22. Chi Chi and Videl
  23. Gohan Ruins the Shot
  24. Brass Fanfare
  25. Briefs II
  26. Hercule's Orchestra
  27. Face-Off
  28. Briefs III
  29. 18 Makes a Deal
  30. Doubler Does Kabito
  31. Yacon Blows
  32. Shin Panics
  33. Turned to Stone II
  34. Full Power
  35. Vegeta Stops
  36. Vegeta Fools Goku
  37. Boys Flying
  38. Gotenks Is Born
  39. Gohan Approaches
  40. Intro to Finale and Closing Music

Volume Six the Lost Tracks of DBZ

Dragonball Z American Soundtrack Best of Dragonball Z: Volume Six the Lost Tracks of DBZ is the ninth release from the Dragonball Z American Soundtrack series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. The music for the soundtrack was composed by Bruce Faulconer and was recorded at CakeMix Recording. The album was released by Faulconer Productions Music on May 3, 2005.[10]

Track listing

  1. Cell Yells
  2. Cell's Slow Theme
  3. Cell Kills Man
  4. Cell Destroys Island
  5. Gohan vs. Cell
  6. Cell Kills Gunman
  7. It's Up to Dende
  8. Vegeta Snoozes
  9. Race and Crash
  10. Fight Hits
  11. Vegeta's Vision
  12. Vegeta's in Space
  13. Vegeta Fights Frieza
  14. Goku and Shenron
  15. Piccolo vs. Frieza
  16. Bulma and the Frog
  17. Bulma and Bubbles
  18. Farm Destruction
  19. Garlic Transformation
  20. Crazy Fight
  21. Finding the Capsule
  22. Boogieman
  23. Gohan Meets Mr. Shu
  24. Gohan and Chichi Argue
  25. Chichi Mission
  26. Industrial
  27. Goku Is Falling
  28. Krillin Powers Up
  29. Goku vs. Caterpillar
  30. Maron Leaves
  31. Holy Water
  32. Gohan SSJ
  33. Gohan's Sack
  34. Gohan Hits Tree
  35. Trunks Tell His Story
  36. Trunks Power-Up
  37. Power Music
  38. Korin's Dinner
  39. Hell Theme
  40. Sharpner Runs
  41. Healing
  42. Group Watches
  43. Hercule in Nightclub
  44. Trunks Hits Hercule
  45. Trunks Takes Mask
  46. Majins Absorb Gohan
  47. Flute and Strings
  48. MM Splits
  49. Hercule Arrives
  50. Hercule Talks With Trunks
  51. Cake Factory
  52. Z-Fighters Pathétique

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