Dragon Ball Super x Kiyoshi Hikawa – Genkai Toppa x Survivor

氷川きよし ‎– 「ドラゴンボール超(スーパー)」~限界突破×サバイバー
TV Anime “Dragon Ball Super” Opening Theme 2
Release Date October 25, 2017
Catalog No. COZC-1387

Tracklist
01 限界突破×サバイバー
02 限界突破×サバイバー (オリジナル・カラオケ)
03 限界突破×サバイバー (インストゥルメンタル・A Type)
04 限界突破×サバイバー (インストゥルメンタル・B Type)
05 限界突破×サバイバー (インストゥルメンタル・C Type)
06 限界突破×サバイバー (サブタイトル)
07 限界突破×サバイバー (予告)

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MP3/320kbpsNo32 MB15 Nov 2017Mir.CR

LACCO TOWER – Haruka

TV Anime Dragon Ball Super ED theme #9 (eps 97-108)
Release Date August 23, 2017
Catalog No. COCP-40093

Tracklist
01 – Haruka
02 – Kassai
03 – Junjou Kyousou Kyoku
04 – Hazakura
05 – Yotaka Kore Boshi
06 – Hibana
07 – Gitai
08 – Yuugao
09 – Aoi
10 – Yuudachi

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MP3/320kbpsNo108 MB11 Sept 2017Mega

 

Roll Up The Collectors

TV Anime Dragon Ball Super ED 7: Aku No Tenshi To Seigi No Akuma
Release Date Dec 07, 2016
Artist The Collectors
Catalog No. COCP-39781

track listing
1. 悪の天使と正義の悪魔
2. ロマンチック・プラネット
3. That’s Great Future~近未来の景色~
4. 希望の舟
5. 東京ダンジョン
6. 恋はテトリアシトリス
7. ノビシロマックス
8. バニシング
9. 舌を結んで
10. Kevin

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Shizuka Kudou – Blue Velvet

Blue Velvet is the third closing theme song of the anime series Dragon Ball GT and is the 29th single by Japanese pop singer Shizuka Kudō. It was released on 8 cm CD on May 28, 1997 in Japan only. It is coupled with the song “Break”. The song is used for episodes 42-50 of the series. The single would chart at 8 on Oricon.
Catalog Number PCDA-00956

Track list
1. Blue Velvet
2. Break
3. Blue Velvet(カラオケ)

Sabitsuita Machine Gun De Ima Wo Uchinuko

Sabitsuita Machine Gun De Ima Wo Uchinuko (錆びついたマシンガンで今を撃ち抜こう; “Let’s Blast through this Moment with a Rusted Machine Gun”) is the fourth ending theme for Dragon Ball GT. It is used for the Shadow Dragon Saga to the end of series (episodes 51~64). The song is performed by Wands. The lyrics and the music were written by Miho Komatsu, with arrangement from Daisuke Ikeda.
品番号:JBDJ-1033
発売日:1997/09/03

Tracklist
01.錆びついたマシンガンで今を撃ち抜こう
02.トライ・アゲイン
03.錆びついたマシンガンで今を撃ち抜こう(カラオケ)

Zard – Don’t You See!

“Don’t You See!” is the 19th single by Zard. It was released on 8 cm CD on January 6, 1997 under B-Gram Records. The single reached #1 rank first week. It charted for 14 weeks and sold more than 600,000 copies. When Izumi Sakai died, it was elected as her sixth best song on the Oricon polls.
Catalog Number JBDJ-1023

Track list
All songs were written by Izumi Sakai
1. Don’t You See!
composer: Seiichiro Kuribayashi/arrangement: Takeshi Hayama
this song was never released in studio album, only in best and selection albums were released till date.
this song is used as the second closing theme song of the anime series Dragon Ball GT.
OA version was released in 2012, Zard album collection special CD.
2.  Kaeranu Toki no Naka de (帰らぬ時間の中で)
composer and arrangement: Akihito Tokunaga
3. Don’t You See! (Karaoke)
4.  Kaeranu Toki no Naka de (帰らぬ時間の中で) (karaoke)
Last Modified: July 26, 2017

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MP3/320kbpsNo39 MBMediafire

DEEN -Hitori Janai

“Hitori Janai” (ひとりじゃない, lit. “I’m Not Alone”) is the ninth single by the Japanese band Deen. It is used as the first ending song for the anime series Dragon Ball GT It was released on Mini CD on April 1, 1996, in Japan only and peaked at number 3 on the Oricon chart. It is coupled with the song “Sunday”. The song was used for the first 26 episodes of the series. An instrumental version of the song was used in the credits of the Blue Water dub of Dragon Ball GT.
Released April 1, 1996
Format Mini CD (JBDJ-1015)

Track listing
All songs were written by Shuichi Ikemori
1. Hitori ja Nai(ひとりじゃない)
composer: Tetsurō Oda/arranger: Hirohito Furui
2. Nichiyoubi(日曜日)
composer: Shuichi Ikemori/arranger: Daisuke Ikeda
3. Hitori ja Nai(ひとりじゃない) (Karaoke)
4. Nichiyoubi(日曜日) (Karaoke)