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The Best of DBZ in one CD

This really is the Best of DBZ American soundtrack...and even though it's missing a few of my favorites, it's still an excellent listen whether you're a fan of DBZ or not. It starts with the familiar main rock theme with "DragonBall Z" then goes to an eerie "Call Out the Dragon". Flowing seemlessly it hits the up tempo "Future Trunks" and into the chilling "Gohan Fights Frieza" one of the best on here. "The Makyo Star" and "Garlic Jr." add some sweet flavor of their own with Garlic Jr. being a great villian theme. "King Cold" conects with "Frieza's Revival" with some more suspense and evil catchiness. "Heroic Trunks" is pretty catchy ending with the familiar sword theme from Trunks and leads into the very cool "Android 16". "Perfect Cell Runs" and "The Howling" are more action songs and "Android 17 & 18" is perfectly suited for the characters. "Destruction" really gives you a sense of total annihilation and "Gohan and Icarus" is a fun cheerier theme. "The Cell Games" adds some tournament march in and the lengthy and interesting "16 Rips Off Cells Tail" matches every on screen cue. The 3 themes of Vegeta are nothing short of outstanding and "The Dragon Theme" rocks on with greatness. "Hyperbolic Time Chamber" is pretty catchy mid way to end and "Goku's Spirit Bomb" Gives a great sense of power. "Super Namek" is my least favorite, but it ends with a bang with the awesome "Pikkon's Theme". Overall a very good CD well worth a listen.


i gota admit this is better than I thought.


I love all DBZ and this no acception

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The Best of Dragonball Z, Vol. I (American Soundtrack), Bruce Faulconer
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2001

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