Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection Box: Mightiest Recorded Legend

Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection Box: Mightiest Recorded Legend
Box set by Various Artists
Released April 2, 2008 (2008-04-02)
Genre Anime
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Language Japanese
Label Columbia Music Entertainment

Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection Box: Mightiest Recorded Legend (ドラゴンボールZ コンプリート・ソングコレクション BOX~ 最強音盤伝説 ~ Doragon Bōru Zetto Konpurīto Songu Korekushon Bokkusu~ Saikyô Onban Densetsu ~?) is a compilation boxset of the music from the anime Dragon Ball Z it was released on April 2, 2008 in Japan only. The original release date was to be March 26, but it was pushed back for unknown reasons.

It's working title was Dragon Ball Z: CD-Box Super Complete Collection (ドラゴンボールZ CD-BOX超全集 Doragon Bōru Zetto Shi Di-Bokkusu Chôzenshū?).


Album information

As its title suggests, this set is essentially a continuation of Complete Song Collection series as it features an anthology of two hundred vocal tracks from all the mediums of the franchise, and is comprised an astounding thirteen discs, making it the largest collection of DBZ music to date. This includes the tracks from the Hit Song Collection series, songs from both 16 and 32bit era video games, the relative tracks from the first Akira Toriyama: The World soundtrack, all rare tracks from the film and TV singles, rare karaoke versions of the three main theme songs, the English versions of the theme songs from Hironobu Kageyama's "Mixture" album, the live performances from his "Power Live '95 Cyvox" album, and all tracks from the recent "Best Remix 2006 ½ Special" album.

Track list

Song credits

External links

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