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21. Can You Draw Pokemon?
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22. Rapurasu Ni Notte
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23. Pokemon Movies Music Collection
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24. Sky Flying Pokemon Kids
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26. Best Collection
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27. Maemuki Rocket Dan: Pokemon Theme
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28. Gba Pokémon: Fire Red & Leaf
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29. Game Boy Sound Collection
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30. Rocket Gang Forever!
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31. Genki!! Ippa!!: Pokémon Music
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32. Revelation Lugia
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33. I'll Be A Pokemon Master (Mezase
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34. Pm: First Movie
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21. Can You Draw Pokemon?
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Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Strange... But nice CD!
This is a strange and very funny CD! These are 5 tracks:
1) Pokémon Kakeru Kana? (Can you draw all the Pokémon?)
2) Hai Asa Desu Yo! (Yes it's morning!)
3) Gunya Gunya Gasu Gasu (Gunya-gunya Gas-gas)
4) Aa Marumain (Ah Electrode)
5) Kureyon de Pokémon (Pokémon with crayons)
The singer of all the songs is "Imakuni?" (you must write the interrogative point next to his name! I don't know why, but in japanese this name is write in this way) but in the third song an american man, Raymond, sings with him.
This CD comes with a little booklet that contains the lyrics and the information (Singer, Lyricist, Composer, etc.) of all the 5 songs. Of course, all is write in japanese!
The songs are strange, so you can also don't like them, but if you are a Pokémon Fan you must have this CD!

2-0 out of 5 stars How can a Ditto draw a picture?
This CD just scared me, particularly the 3rd song...

5-0 out of 5 stars Strange... yet satisfying
This is a great CD. Although it is aimed at younger kids, since it's in Japanese it is very funny. There are 5 tracks. I don't know what they're called(I can't read Japanese) but sound cool. The lyrics booklet has a really cute scene on the front of Pikachu, Ghastly(Ghos), Chansey(Lucky), Ditto(Metamo), and several others. They each have a giant crayon(a little taller than Pikachu) and are drawing themselves. The first track is really long, compared to most American songs. It mentions Pikachu several times. Most of the lines are sung by a man, followed by the same line sung by a bunch of kids. At the end, the man sings this word (sounds like "Katiena") over and over(fading out) while you hear the kids acting like Pikachus running away from something. The second track is really short, happy, and poppy. The third one is the weirdest. It has some English in it, and is about the same length as the first one. I think this song is about a Ditto (Metamo) transforming into a Ghastly(Ghos). There are 2 singers: an English man and a Japanese man. There's 2 parts where the English guy says some Japanese stuff with an English accent. It's strange. In the beginning he says "How's your pen groovin' today?" That's what it says in the lyrics book, so I'm not hearing wrong. There's also a part when the Japanese guy says "Come on kids!" with a Japanese accent. I wouldn't have any idea that that was English if it weren't for the lyrics book. Anyway, the really weird part in this song is when it has the Japanese guy saying something in Japanese, then the English guy says "Paint it black!" They keep repeating those lines. Then the Japanese guy says "Gas gas gas!" followed by the English guy saying the same thing. They keep repeating those lines, too. Then you hear what is supposed to be Ghastly. He says: "Yeah! I am GHOS! Hoo hee hee ha ha." That is probably the weirdest part in this CD. The third one is incredibly short, at around 20 seconds, yet it's my favorite. It's a nice calm Japanese-ish sounding song, to releive you of the poppy jumpy songs prior to this one. It's just weird that at the end, a bunch of kids yell "MOOOOO! ". The last song is another one similar in length as the 1st and 3rd, and is another fairly calm one. It starts off with a cow mooing, then the doorbell ringing over and over(like many kids like to do). Then you hear a Japanese lady saying something about Pokémon. This song's got a lot of cool lyrics that mention "Pokémon". Two of them sound like "Your envy to the Pokémon" and "Koojeebay need a Pokémon". A pretty neat song. Overall, I think this CD is a must-have. For a good price, too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pokemon Can Draw Pictures!
I was able to purchase this CD at a local Chinatown and I couldn't wait to listen to it since I was a Pokemon fan. The songs where pretty good (even though I couldn't understand the words) and I also liked the beats. ... Read more


22. Rapurasu Ni Notte
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Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Japanese release for one of the late '90s biggest pop culture phenomenons, the 'Pocket Monster'. Housed in 'candbar' packaging with a full color game card inside it, this 3 inch CD single contains three tracks, all listed & sung in Japanese only! 1999 release. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD, even if you hate the Twerps like me!
There's only 3 songs, one of which is karaoke. The First one is sung by the character I hate the most, Kasumi(Misty). But I love the song, and she sounds sickeningly cute.(Rap-u-ras-u-ni notte...)The second one has the Twerps singing in this order: Satoshi/Pikachu, Kasumi/Togepy, Takashi/Rokon, and Kenji/Marill(Ash/Pikachu, Misty/Togepi, Brock/Vulpix, and Tracey/Marill). I am the biggest Team Rocket Fan that ever lived, so of course I hate Team Twerp, but I can't help liking this song. It's probably because I love their Japanese voices(even Satoshi's girly voice O.o). The third song is the karaoke version of Lapras ni Notte(the 1st song). You also get this Misty/Lapras Trainer card! Good for us collectors...So, even if you wish Twerps would drop dead, buy it anyway! Trust me, you'll like it.

4-0 out of 5 stars SPLASH!
This was a really great cd! Even though it only has 3 songs and two are vocals it's still really good! The first song is sung (I think) by Kasumi(misty) and it's like a beach theme. The second song which is sung by Ash, Brock, Misty, and someone else who I can't idenify (I love the sencond song ^^) and the third song is BGM of the first song which is pretty. After I got this cd my friend went out and ordered the same one (they loved it!) so if you're in the mood for some fun music then this is a must order!

3-0 out of 5 stars Carribean!
Well, this CD's got 3 tracks. One has all the good guys and their solos. Another is kinda Carribean, and another is the karaoke of the first song.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for any Lapras Fan!
I found this CD somewhat more laid back than other Japanese Pokémon CDs. Rapurasu Ni Notte (Go With Lapras) is a tranquil, tropical song with squeaking noises to be heard from Lapras from time to time. This song is sung by Kasumi (Misty in the US), and its a nice change to hear her singing and not shouting at Ash...

The other song on this CD is Minna De Arukou (Let's All Walk Together) is a short 'image' song with Satoshi, Kasumi, Takeshi and Kenji. They all sing a short verse about their favourite Pokémon, and just like the first song on this CD, the mood is quite relaxed.

The final track on this CD, like on most of the anime CDs, is a karaoke version of Rapurasu Ni Notte.

I really liked this CD. It was one of the first Japanese CDs that I bought, and despite not having a clue at this time what was being sung, I found this whole CD a welcome change of pace from the more upbeat Pokémon CDs. Recommended to all, especially Lapras fans!

~Sakurai Charizard

5-0 out of 5 stars Cute CD... Charather Solo.
This CD has 3 Songs! The 2nd song has the charather Solo's. Satoshi (Ash)and Pikachu, Kasumi (Misty) and Togepi, Takeshi (Brock)and Vulpix, and I think Kenji (Tracey, I think is going to be his english name)and Mariru (Marill) all have there own solo's.. The Pocket Monsters only have a small solo. The human charathers have a much bigger solo. I think they're talking about their Pocket monsters. The first and third songs are the same one Karoke version the other not. It comes with a free Pocket Monster card.. And it's a mini CD. I recomend this CD if you like Beachy type of music. ... Read more


23. Pokemon Movies Music Collection
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Sales Rank: 317242
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Lord of the Unknown (Unown) Tower
The original sountrack of the third Pokemon movie is really cool. Pikachu records out did themselves. Espcially with OK! 2000 and #9 on the CD. That's the song they play at the end of the movie. ...

1-0 out of 5 stars Stinkie
Not good music you might like it you like china rap and besides its easy for kids to choke on to. Makes nice dog chews. Either burn it or have fun with it fun you say? Yeah if you have a 100 foot drop with some nice bricks to stop its fall. burn it and see if pukechu gets mad! It says it is an import spells one thing (MADE IN CHINA BY CHINA RAP INC) If you buy this music it will be a hard time between it and barney soundtrack. Have fun with your disk!

P.S Poeple let take it to the sledge hammers

5-0 out of 5 stars Better music than in the english dub
I have heard music from the english dub, and I have heard this music. The music from this is sooooooo much better. It is mostly background music, but is really good. My three favorite songs on this are, in no particular order, OK 2000, the japanese theme song, Tomodachi kinenbi(friend memorial day)which is very kawaii(cute)and niji ga umareta hi,(i'm not sure how to spell it) which is a beautiful song. Anyone who listens to the japanese music will not want to listen to the english anymore!!!Check out kchu radio if you want to hear some of the japanese music.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bokura No Movie Soundtrack!
This truly is 'our movie soundtrack' - my favourite Pokémon movie CD so far...

The first time that I heard this CD I knew that it was the best Japanese Pokémon movie soundtrack CD that I had ever heard. This CD features several character theme songs (such as Annoon No Teema and Entei No Teema) but the tracks that I find the most enjoyable are 'Pichu Pika Suwingu' from the 'Pichu To Pikachu' short and 'Niji Ga Umareta Hi' (The Day a Rainbow Was Born), the end theme to the movie. Niji Ga Umareta Hi is my favourite song from the CD, despite not understanding its lyrics entirely! It is such an emotional song and when combined with the movie's closing sequence, is so poignant that it seems like an almost too abrupt end to the movie.

This CD, in a word, rocks! It has powerful, emotional tracks that underline the message in the Third movie about family ties and the relationships between kids and their parents. A superb CD worth adding to a collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pokemon 3 Entei Lord Of The "Unknown" Tower
This is a wonderful Cd!I loved this Cd.The music is purely enjoyable and worth the money!There are fun songs from Pichu to Pikachu and beutiful compositions from the movie,and if you would want to sing them by yourself they have the scores to them at the end.I'm soon to turn 13 and i love this Cd its for any collector or lover of Pokemon. ... Read more


24. Sky Flying Pokemon Kids
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Japanese release for one of the late '90s biggest pop culture phenomenons, the 'Pocket Monster'. Contains six tracks, all listed ONLY in Japanese, plus a full color 10 inch x 10 inch square cotton napkin! Slimline jewel case. 1999 release. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Much better than I was expecting...
This is the soundtrack from Pikachu's Exploration Party, the short that preceeds Revelation Lugia, the second Pokémon movie. All of the tracks are in Japanese, except for tracks 5 and 6, which are karaoke. The music on this CD is great, despite the title. I thought that this might be a bit too childish for me to enjoy, but I was wrong: the music is upbeat and fun to listen to, and doesn't even hint at being too "kiddy". I especially like track 4, mamanodaijinapokemon (which means "Momma's Favourite Pokémon" i think!). This track has really good lyrics and there's a superb guitar solo near the end of it.

This CD is a must for anyone who liked the Japanese short, and comes highly recommended to all. Remember, it's likely that the soundtrack for the US version of the short will be rewritten, so you'll never hear any of this music at the cinema or on TV.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great CD
This is a great CD, with almost completely Japanese tracks. It is a great buy if you understand Japanese. ... Read more


25. Pokemon World
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Could be better
If you want an expensive CD with only three songs and a whole bunch of useless computer screensavers and wallpapers, then this is for you. I paid [more] for mine and was very disappointed. I reccomend you buy either 2BA Master or Totally Pokémon if you want a good Pokémon CD!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE best American single from Pokemon
This single is possibly the only true Pokemon single released anywhere in America. Whilst, yes, there is the M2M single from Pokemon The First Movie (which had a rare Pokemon non-album instrumental 'classical movie score mega-mix' for a b-side, entitled "Mewtwo Strikes Back Suite"), the Donna Summers single from Pokemon The Movie 2000 (which also had an instrumental Pokemon b-side, however this time actually being taken from the PKM2000 sountrack, "Dance Of The Bellosom" if I remember correctly), and that apparently unofficial "Theme Song" CD-Single (which by the way does NOT include the actual original first theme song, but rather a dance mix cover), this is the ONLY true Pokemon single, having been available in US and here in Canada for some time now (also available in different languages in different countries, especially definitely including Germany), since it is not sung by some old artist nor is it a non-Pokemon song from a Pokemon CD, if you know what I mean.

1) Pokemon World - This is the (extended) single version of the Pokemon Orange League theme. This is actually better in my opinion than the edited TV version, but however the TV version has a different start and end compared to this version, so both versions are collectibles in a way. This features a great guitar solo and a verse not included on the TV version. Highly recommended. Time 3:18

2) Pikachu's Winter Vacation - The 2nd non-album Pokemon song (the first being "Mewtwo Strikes Back Suite" from that certain M2M single), this is the 'single version' of the theme to the video-only movie of the same name (which I also have). There are not too many differences to the video version, which has bells not included on here (shame, and they were really nice!) and a Pikachu clip (although I like Pikachu, I think some people wouldn't like having Pikachu clips on the single version, although I wouldn't mind it), and an ending which fades out a few seconds (or fractionally) earlier than normal. This song however is a really good tune that most people would really enjoy. Time 1:57

3) Pikachu's Winter Vacation (Instrumental Version) - The instrumental single version. It's not completely instrumental, as backing vocals are still retained (when will they learn that 'Instrumental' means NO vocals at all?! Tsk tsk tsk. They should've named this the "Karaoke Version" instead!). The lead vocal is replaced by a saxophone, but that's not the one thing that makes this version so unique. The one thing is the short but sweet guitar solo not included on the other single version (I had to make a remix-edit of the single version to make it include the guitar solo!). The video version for this version (yes, there is one on the PWV video - for the credits of course!) also has this solo, but starts with a cymbal bit instead of the normal intro (which in my opinion is also nice). The running time for this version on the single is exactly the same as the previous version.

5-0 out of 5 stars awsome cd
This is a great cd. I love it. I am so happy that I got this cd for my birthday. This cd is so cool you have to get this cd.

5-0 out of 5 stars This ROCKS!
Yeah baby! OK, so it's not THE best CD in the world. But the Pok?mon World track ROCKS. If you're a fan of the anime,( or if, like me, the anime annoys you but you like Pok?mon and music...) and you have cash to burn, this is a GREAT way to blow part of it. So peace out baby, and I'll see you in the Pok?mon League! ... Read more


26. Best Collection
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Asin: B00002ZZEL
Catlog: Music
Sales Rank: 139246
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Album Description

Japanese-only release for this pop culture phenomenon. 13 tracks, all listed only in Japanese. Comes elaborately packaged in a die-cut, CD-sized, 32 page, full color 'story book'.It comes housed inside of a full color plastic slipcase next to the 'Pocket Monsters Card Game' (which includes 10 color playing cards - half of which are special 3-D cards). Thedisc is a vibrant, full color picture CD. 1999 release. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Just Because It's Pokemon Doesn't Mean It's Bad...
There are two entries for this album from two different manufacturers. One is a bootleg (I believe). This one is the real thing (I also believe). So I'm going to use the same review I used over on the other one. The review follows...

I'm going to admit to you one thing right off: I am a fan of Pokemon. But not ALL Pokemon. For example, the American anime is bad. The marketing to small children is bad (I'm not under 10, just so you know). The pure sickening merchandising and bundled music (on the American CDs) is bad. But I did not mention two things: The game (It's still great and unique, even if it is a little childish, but it's still great for trips) and the Japanese music. It is the Japanese music that I am concerned with here.

In my opinion, SOME (not all) of the Japanese Pokemon music is great. And ALL of it is better than the American music, in every single way. So for me to rate this album, I gave it 4 stars. Now to discuss each track:

1. Mezase Pokemon Master - A very nice rock piece sung by Rika Matsumoto (the voice of Satoshi/Ash in Japan) that was the music to the first opening in Japan. It's quite catchy, and I've managed to memorize most of the lyrics (and for good reason too. It's not bad.) If you've ever played Pokemon Pinball, you know that weird music that doesn't seem to fit in with the rest that's the capture music on the blue board? That's this track, except GameBoy-style.
2. Natsu Yasumi Fanclub - A kitchy kiddy piece that was used for the opening to Pikachu's Vacation (the sketch before Mewtwo Strikes Back) in Japan. Not bad, but it is a bit kiddy.
3. Hyaku Gojuu Ichi - The name means 151, just so you know. This is a strange song (But not the strangest. I'll get to that in a bit.) that was used for the first ending in Japan. It's interesting, and better than Natsu Yasumi Fanclub, but not TOO great.
4. Pokemon Kakerukana? - Another strange song much like Hyaku Gojuu Ichi. This song was used in a CD that was essentially used to give instructions on how to draw Pokemon. Yeah. Weird. But not as strange as the next song.
5. Utau Pokemon Zukan * Normal Pokemon Part 1 - I have yet to find anything from the CD that this came from, other than this track. It's an interesting ditty that is essentially the Japanese Pokedex, sung (That's what Utau Pokemon Zukan means, Singing Pokedex).
6. Rocket Dan Yo Eien Ni - For all you Team Rocket fans, this is the track you want. You remember the episode where Jigglypuff was first introduced? You remember the Rockets singing during that ep? Well this is that. But longer. And with the Japanese Rocket Motto thrown into the middle. Interesting, and another fairly good high point on the album. (Did you know that Musashi/Jessie is voiced (in Japan) by Megumi Hayashibara? If you know who that is, then you now know that she sings in this song.)
7. Pokemon Ierukana? - THIS is the weird song (well, and one more further down the line). Sung by Imakuni? (Yes, the question mark is part of his name). You know the Pokerap? Well, this is the Japanese Pokerap. Except not in rap. And not with the American names. You really don't want to know what types of music are in this. Due to its weirdness, this ranks up there as one of the more INTERESTING tracks of the CD. There's a version for Gold and Silver too (but not on this disc) named Pokemon Ierukana? neo.
8. Torikaekko Please - This song was used for a commercial in Japan (a lot of commercial songs are released as singles in Japan for some reason) and is essentially a song used to advertise Pokemon Trading Cards. The song has to do with Trading Pokemon Cards.
9. Pika Pika Massaichu - This one was the counterpart to Natsu Yasumi Fanclub. So it's the ending theme. It's also very kiddy.
10. Nyaasu no Uta - A very nice song (second ending in Japan) sung by Meowth. It's soft, slow, and almost sad. This might ALSO be because it's about Meowth singing about how lonely he is, as the only pokemon able to speak English/Japanese.
11. Kaze to Issho ni - The ending to Mewtwo Strikes Back. Very orchestral and grand. And very nice. Nearing the end, we're at the final high point of the album (that lasts through the next two tracks)
12. Mezase Pokemon Master '98 - Same song, new style. This song was used for the opening of Mewtwo Strikes Back. Just as good as the first version. (There are two other versions, used for the second Neo season, and the fourth movie)
13. Pokemon Ierukana Baby? - OK. You want weirdness again? One last time before this albums over! You get Ierukana again! But even stranger! This song is a bonus track only available on this album. The others were on singles.

So to sum it up, this CD is a very good one to start your forays into Japanese Pokemon music. It has its high points, and it has its low points. But it's MUCH better than anything released over here. There are other Singles you may want to find too (As this only covers releases through the first movie) including: OK! (The first Neo Opening song), Nyaasu no Party (Another ending song during the second half of the Orange Islands), toi et moi (Ending to Revelation Lugia, done by Namie Amuro. Good way to start getting into JPop, though not the best), and Ready Go! (The latest opening theme. As the latest movie and its singles have come out in Japan, this song (redone) is probably one the opening. I'm eager to hear it).

5-0 out of 5 stars 11 Promos including Mew? Ummmmm...... YES PLEASE!
I have to admit, when I first ordered this item all I cared about was the promos. But, when I slaped the CD in my CD player I was amazed and surprised! It actually sounded pretty cool? I'm the webmaster of the Cyber gym and I think that if your into Pokémon as much as I am, this CD is a MUST! The mew promo alone can run up to $60-$100! Plus you get 10 other Japanese promos and some are even Holofoil! So, slap down the 50 bucks and pick this up while there still around!

4-0 out of 5 stars Pokemon Import CD w/ 11 Promo Cards
This is a great CD! The music is great, and the Promo cards are even better! I would give it a 5 stars, but it's pretty expensive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not Just a CD: it's a collector's item...
Wow! My Cd came with some great cover art, eleven trading cards and all the lyrics printed inside a little book attached to the Cd case. Such a great little package! The Cd has the TV opening theme from Japan, as well as the Pikachu's Summer Vacation theme. All the tracks are great to listen to, even the scary Japanese Pokérap. The best track has got to be the Team Rocket Song in Japanese, similar to the song in the American TV series (shown in the Jigglypuff episode in Neon Town). The Cd is produced by Pikachu Records, who send you a small catalogue with their related Cd's in, so if you want one that Amazon don't have, contact them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great combination of music and collectibles
This IS the CD with the 11 Pokemon cards. What a greatpackage! There are 5 holofoils: Charizard, Blastoise, Venasaur,Snorlax & Porygon, plus promotional cards of the very rare Mew, Mewtwo, and Arcanine. Also included are 2 promotional Japanese trainer cards and an American Pikachu. The CHARIZARD, VENUSAUR & BLASTOISE cards each have a promo "LIGHTNING BOLT" stamp in the right corner, below the picture. MEW & MEWTWO each have a "POKEBALL" stamp in the same corner. WHAT A GREAT SET! ... Read more


27. Maemuki Rocket Dan: Pokemon Theme
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Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Another top-notch Team Rocket album!
Our beloved Team Rocket is back, and in top form, as always, with this new single. Maemuki Rocket-dan is only 3 tracks long (the original song, a karaoke version, and a funky techno remix), but it's definitely worth it. The music is so catchy, I can't help but dance along with it, and the message of positivity and optomism that our heroes sing about puts a smile on my face every time. The album also includes a sticker sheet and lots of cute pictures of Jessie, James, Meowth, and their pokemon. Highly recommended for anybody who loves Pokemon or Team Rocket!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Latest Team Rocket CD....
This is the greatest Cd ever!!!!!!!!! I mean it's Team Rocket it's a cool song with remixes I don't know what else to say

4-0 out of 5 stars Look To the Future Team Rocket!
Japans Latest Team Rocket CD comes in the form of 3 Songs. They are

1) Future Facing Team Rocket (extended Version)
2) karaoke Version
3) DJ Remix/Funky beat

The CD also comes complete with a small sheet of Team Rocket Stickers and comes in a full size CD single case as opposed to the slim Bookmark type card case. By far the best is the first song which is an extended version on Season 4 ending theme (song number #11) It tells of Team Rocket looking towards the future and features Wobuffet popping up and shouting his name in japanese. Song Number 2 is the karaoke Version minus the words (very Tricky to sing along too) and the final song is just plain weird, its kinda like a DJ mix but with a bit of funk added and... well trust me to describe it you would need to hear it yourself as its Very Different.

The CD is a nice good all round CD and the Stickers are a neat touch. Slighly Pricey considering the total play length about 9-10mins but if you are Die-hard TR fans then you will want it.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Latest Team Rocket Single
This is the latest single to come out of Japan, and it's based on the popular ending from the fourth season of the show, "Maemuki Roketto Dan" or "Positive Future Team Rocket". There are only three tracks on this CD, which are Maemuki Roketto Dan, followed by a karaoke version then a DJ remix version, which is actually kind of odd. Unlike the other singles which came in special pocket sized cases, this mini-cd comes in a full sized case, though half as thick. The small booklet features tiny pictures of TR, some from episodes that haven't made it to the states yet, and comes with a sheet of stickers with the Team Rocket logo printed on them.
There are no other extras to be found on the CD, and the CD clocks in at just under nine minutes. However, if you're a die-hard Team Rocket and Pokemon fan, it might be worth your money to get these catch tunes.

5-0 out of 5 stars Team Rocket Returs!
Another wonderful Team Rocket CD!
It is a single, so there are only 3 tracks:
1) Maemuki Roketto Dan (Positively Team Rocket)
2) Maemuki Roketto Dan - Original Karaoke
3) Maemuki Roketto Dan - REMIX
This single is about the 11th ending theme of Pokémon Anime in Japan. The singers of all the tracks (except the number 2, that is an instrumental track) are: Hayashibara Megumi (Musashi/Jessie), Inuyama Inuko (Nyasu/Meowth) and Miki Shinichirou (Kojiro/James). According to me, the first track is the best! It is very rhythmic and "happy"! The second track is Karaoke (i think that japaneses really like karaoke!), so it is instrumental (and YOU can sing! Yes, sing in japanese isn't so simple, but...). The last track is a simple remix of the first... But it is very strange! It's impossible to explain the rhythm of this song! When you will hear it, you will understand!
Therefore, if you are a Pokemon Fan, i reccomend this CD to you, but if you are a Team Rocket fan you must have it! ... Read more


28. Gba Pokémon: Fire Red & Leaf Green
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29. Game Boy Sound Collection
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3-0 out of 5 stars no samples!
how should we order this cd and we don't even know what it contains? I need a sample to rate this cd my self..
can you please put some samples to hear?
or can any one send me one of these tracks please? my e-mail is:
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3-0 out of 5 stars If I wanted Game Boy music, I'd just listen to mine..
I still like this CD, but I just like songs with words. Besides that, it's great. It's every song from the Game Boy game.

5-0 out of 5 stars This CD Is Great!
I've recently recieved this CD from Japan and it is great! The quality of sound is much better than anything that you can download from the internet. I'm surprised that this title was never released in America. This CD contains every music theme from the game (obviously). I highly reccomend this CD (hence the five stars) to anyone out there who truly loves Pokemon! ... Read more


30. Rocket Gang Forever!
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best Pocket Monsters CD out there!
Of all the Japanese Pocket Monsters CDs I own, this is by far the best. The first track on here is named "Rocket Dan yo Eien ni", translated as "Team Rocket Forever". Musashi, Kojiro and Nyaasu (Jessie, James & Meowth) sing a great song, including the motto halfway through. This song was dubbed in the anime (in the episode "The Song of Jigglypuff), but they had some truly awful lyrics - 4Kid removes all the emotion and meaning and replaces it with rhymes. This is the best version of it.

Secondly, we have a song called "Lucky Lucky". I'm not a big fan of this song - it's sung by Kojiro, but the puns are annoying - a Happy (Chansey) keeps wittering away in the background, which grates on my nerves. But the next track makes up for all of that...

"Nyaasu no Uta" or "Meowth's Song" is fantastic. Out of every Pocket Monsters song, it is my favorite. Thanks to a lot of practice, I can sing it perfectly, and often alienate friends with a burst of "Sekai no donna maryori marui Nyaa," It's a very sad, slow, song, and even though I don't fully understand the lyrics, it is a very emotional song, unlike most US songs.

Best of all, this CD also includes the karaoke versions of Rocket Dan yo Eien ni and Nyaasu no Uta. And on Amazon, it's really cheap! :)

If you are a Pocket Monsters fan, and especially a Team Rocket fan, then definitely buy this CD... you won't regret it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Equipo Rocket viajando a la velociodad de la luz!!
This is a brilliant CD. Forget the chopped up US dubs, if you want the true spirit of the Pokémon crime enigma known to us as Roketto Dan (Team Rocket), this is the CD to buy. Roketto Dan Yo Eien Ni is like Team Rocket's theme tune. They sing about the meaning of TR, the trial and tribulations, and the fun involved in recording a CD! It's a real feel-good tune, and the semi-rapping in the middle makes it even more fun to listen to. The US dub is a watered down version used in The Song Of Jigglypuff and Go West Young Meowth, also the music that they rap to is used in A Scare In The Air. However, they lack the true essence of Team Rocket that is felt in this amazing Japanese version, sung by Musashi (Jessie), Kojiro (James) and Nyasu (Meowth) Lucky Lucky is Kojiro's theme. It's about meeting a girl, and finding out that she's not so great, and then telling her to get lost. This song is crammed to the brim with puns using the names of the Pokémon. It took a while for this song to grow on me, and it's a little more adult than the other tunes, but it's a great song once you get in to it. Nyasu No Uta (Meowth's Song) is a personal favourite of mine. Nyasu's love song can be heard in pathetic dub in Go West Young Meowth, but the Japanese tune was used as an ending theme to Pokémon for the two Xmas specials and a string of episodes. The karaoke tunes are great fun if you can track down the romanji (japanese text translated into english writing). All in all, this is a great CD and truly captures the spirit of Team Rocket. ROKETTO DAN YO EIEN NI!!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best Japanese Pokemon CDs!
(Actually I don't have this CD but I am going to buy it very soon. But I own several other Japanese Pokemon CDs and one of them, "It's a White Tomorrow!", contains songs from this mini CD as well, so I know them very well.)

This is probably one of the best Pokemon CDs I know about, because I love Team Rocket a lot and they are also the main reason why I watch Pokemon. This CD contains only Team Rocket songs:

1. Roketto Dan yo Eien ni: My most favorite Japanese Pokemon song. It is not because it is so excellent song but as I said before it is because Team Rocket are my favorites and this song is so cute and rocketshippy! I love Musashi's cute voice and Nyasu trying to sing his own part but he is stopped by Musashi and Kojiro's angry voice. This song is 1000x better than Team Rocket's American song Double Trouble! Blech! And there must be any reason it is my most favorite, right?

2. Rakki Rakki (Lucky Lucky): Also good Pokemon (Team Rocket)song. I had heard the midi version first and I was surprised how it sounded when I listened to it's real version on CD. It sounded very different to me. It took awhile till I got used to it but now I like this song. I've read some into English translations of this song and it contains hard-to-translate puns. For example Myutsu (Mewtwo) means "meet you". You have to know Japanese Pokemon names and what they mean to understand to it's lyrics. But the melody is pretty good and - finally - it is Kojiro's song!

3.Nyasu no Uta: Meowth's song, 2nd Japanese ending song to the anime. I'd liked the midi version a lot but then when I heard the original version with Nyasu's voice, I loved it even more! Nyasu's voice is so cute! It may seem too hard (but it is cat's voice, isn't it) and some people say it makes no good to this great melody, but I disagree with them. It is Nyasu's song and it is great!

4.Roketto Dan yo Eien ni - karaoke: Just the melody of the first song. Perfect! You can sing along. But I leave singing to Musashi and Kojiro, my singing is terrible:)

Five stars, no doubt. I also recommend you to buy "It's a White Tomorrow!" CD if you liked this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rocket Worshipers Buy This CD
This Rocket CD is amazing!!! It doesn't matter if you don't understand a word of Japanese cause it still sounds great. The CD comes in a small Mini Disc format and contains 5 Tracks, 3 Songs and 2 with just the music no words. The songs are:

1) Rocket Gang Forever
2) Lucky Lucky
3) Mewoths love Song

The best by far is the first track on the CD, it includes Team Rocket singing there Motto in Japaneses and the Crash of lighting at the start of the Song really add to the effects. The second Track Lucky Lucky is a fast beat and the final track is a slow mover but still reasonable.

Don't let the high price but you off True Rocket Worshipers will want this CD. The only downside is the waiting for it to arrive. But other than that still a Great CD!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another brill Japanese Pokemon song
I love Team Rocket, and this CD is perfect for all you TR fans out there too. The music is incredibly cool (espically if you can track down a translation of the lyrics so you know what there saying). ... Read more


31. Genki!! Ippa!!: Pokémon Music Collection
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5-0 out of 5 stars Finally! Another Pokemon BGM Collection!!!
Overall this includes music from the Hoenn, Johto, and Kanto anime seasons. Plus there are music that were taken out from the US Hoenn dub, that only existed in the Japanese version of the anime. Anyone who likes the BGM from the Pokemon series, would be excited about this release. It has 32 tracks total, which also includes a few vocal songs, but the majority are background music from the anime. This features several never before released TV bgm pieces. Although not all of them that existed in the series are included, among some of them that are included are one of the Ruby/Sapphire battle themes, and Johto battle theme, plus more. Hopefully there will be another TV BGM release, so they can come out with the rest. There are too many Pocket Monsters CDs with songs on them. Let's hope that by purchasing this item, it will show them how much we like the tv bgm. Just got it, and it's awesome. It's about time we got another CD like this. If you really enjoyed the music from the anime and like remixed versions from the games, this is a must have. ... Read more


32. Revelation Lugia
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5-0 out of 5 stars Japan Did A Great Job On Revalation Lugia
This Cd is full of dramatic music in my opinion. The first track starts off with ,what it sounds like,is probably the music to when Lugia appears.The second sounds like the theme song to the second season to Pokemon. The rest is just breathtaking. The music tells a story on its own. Track 3and4 sound pretty erie. With no.3's Chanting in the music to no. 4's mechanical type. Five is the flute playing the song of Lugia. 6 is a song that goes to the tune of the song of Lugia,7 has what sounds like the big climax ofthe movie. 8 is another song that is very pretty.9 also sounds like another big thing happens in the movie.10 is the ocarina of the them of lugia, and 11 is No other than Toe et moi! The theme song for the movie! all and all I love this cd!

5-0 out of 5 stars Revelation Lugia
This is the original score CD to Revelation Lugia, the Japanese edition of Pokémon The Movie 2000. This is a beautifully composed CD, from beginning to end. The CD starts with the classic Pokémon 'battle intro' fanfare, and then rolls into Rivals!, the Orange League opening theme in Japan. The CD continues with the background music for the film, such as 'Thunder Appearance!' for the arrival of Zapdos, 'Theme of Jiral Dan' for scenes with the movie's villan, Jiral Dan (Laurence in the US version) and the explosive 'Escape!' when Satoshi is chased across the frozen sea by the legendary birds.

However, this CDs crowning glory is 'Toi et Moi' (simply 'You and Me'). This is the movie's closing theme and is the best track on this CD. It was produced by Tetsuya Komuro, and this is one of my all time favourite Japanese Pokémon songs. The emotion in this song is perfect for illustrating the feeling that the Japanese writers meant to convey at this movie's conclusion. It is a shame that most of this was lost when the movie was 'reconfigured' for the US market.

Listening to this CD is one of the best ways to get to understand the original storyline of the Japanese movie. Translations of the title themes are available on the Internet, so you won't get too lost with this CD's lyrics.

This CD has one of my favourite songs on it: I would recommend this CD to everyone just so that they can hear this one song. I hope that you all enjoy this CD as much as I have!

~Sakurai Charizard

5-0 out of 5 stars Maboroshi no Pokemon Rugia bakutan
This is one of the best japanese Pokémon CD!
Here there is a list of the tracks:
01 Gekijouban Poketto Monsutaa Taitoru Teema (Theme title of Pocket Monsters Film)
02 Raibaru! (Rivals!)
03 Jirarudan no Teema (Geraldan's Theme)
04 Ware-wa Korekutaa (I'm a collector)
05 Furuura no Hue (Flura's Flute)
06 Hateshinai Sekai (Everlasting World)
07 Sandaa Toujou! (Here comes Zapdos!)
08 Minna ga Ita Kara (Because everyone's here)
09 Dasshutsu! (Escape!)
10 Hoshi no Kodou (Pulsation of the planet)
11 Toi et Moi (You and I)
The first track is the music that we hear in the film when appear the title of the movie. The second track is the main theme of the film; it is the japanese second opening of Pokémon anime. The third track appears in the movie when we see Geraldan (and his flying ship); this is a strange song (full of chorus). The fourth song is a music dedicate to Geraldan. It begins like the 03rd track, but then it change in a more rhythmic music. "Furura no hue" is the song that Flura (Melody) plays with her flute. It sounds a bit different from the american version. The sixth song doesn't appear in the film. It is a nice, slow song, that has the base of the fifth track. The singer is a girl, maybe Flura. "Sandaa Toujou!" plays in the film when appears Zapdos; I don't like a lot this music.
The 08th song is another music that doesn't appear in the film. I think that the singer is Satoshi (Matsumoto Rika). It is a very nice music, that has some rhythmic and some slow parts (describe this song isn't simple!). It sounds like some european or american song.
The music of "Dasshutsu!" plays in the japanese movie when Ash take the last treasure and return to Shamouti Island. It is very rhythmic (i like a lot this song!). At the end it become more slow.
The 10th track is the last BGM music of "Maboroshi no Pokemon Rugia bakutan" (The explosive birth of the phantom Pokémon Lugia). It has Flura's Song in the background. This music is very nice too!
"Toi et Moi" is the best song of the CD, according to me! The first time i hear it i thought that it isn't good, because it sounds strange, but then i change my mind and now it is my favourite!
In conclusion, if you are a Pokémon Fan, you must have this CD!
I hope that this review can be helpful to you!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow! Another GREAT Japanese Pokémon CD!
This was a great CD! However, I keep reading the it has Toi Et Moi. I ordered it from somewhere else, and it doesn't have Toi Et Moi, it has Rapurasu Ni Notte, Minna de Arukou, and the karaoke of Rapurasu Ni Notte. Anyways, no matter which songs it has, this is a GREAT CD! I especially love song number 6, Hateshinai Sekai. It's Melody's song. Even though I think Melody is evil (Leave Ashy Washy alone! He's Misty's! Long Live AAML!!!) This song it AWESOME!!

5-0 out of 5 stars ^_^! Grrrrrrreat! Pocket Monsters does it again!
I love all the tracks on this CD, but my fave _has got to be_ "Toi et Moi". It just rules. That's not just cos I'm a Sakashipper...it just rules supreme. Anyway, the movie, the Cd...Pokémon in general, great stuff! Buy! ... Read more


33. I'll Be A Pokemon Master (Mezase Pokemon Master)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Forget the corny dub music, here's the good stuff!
This CD is a really great collection of the first japanese theme song+a few others.I The songs are: Mezaze Pokemon Masuta, sung by ash's japanese voice actor, Hyakugojyuuichi, sung by Professor Oak(this is a hilarious song), and Oyasumi Bok no Pikachu, sung by ash's japanese voice actor(this song sounds like it belongs in the japanese version of "Into the woods"
If you are sick of corny dub music, give this CD a chance.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool CD!!!
This is the first Pocket Monsters CD ever made. The first song is called "Mesaze Pokemon Master" (I'll be a Pokemon Master) and it is the theme song for the first season. It's a really good song, unlike the American one. The second one is "Hyaku Goju Ichi" (One Hundred Fifty-One), and one of my favorite songs, despite its cornyness. The third is "Pokemon Ierukana?" (Can You Say Pokemon?)...the Japanese Pokerap! A very fun song to listen to, especially when you know the words^_^. Next is "Oyasumi Boku no Pikachu" (Goodnight, My Pikachu) and is played in the episode "Pikachu's Goodbye"-and believe me, it blows the American version away. The last track is then karaoke version of "Mezase Pokemom Master". So...buy this CD! You won't be disappointed!

4-0 out of 5 stars Mezase Pokemon Masutaa !
This CD had a few things, not much. There was Mezase Pokemon Masutaa and it's karaoke version and the Japanese Pokérap and that's about it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pokemon is the best
This is a really great CD. It has the first Japanese theme song it's the long version there is also a karoke version at the end of the CD. What's really cool is that there is a Poke rap type song that has all the pokemon but in Japanese.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Pokémon CD well worth buying...
This CD has the Japanese Pokémon opening theme, as well as some other tracks that I hadn't heard before. I can't tell you what they're called because it's all in Japanese. The last track is the karaoke version of the Japanese theme, good to listen to, but learning the words isn't easy. Another must for those who love Pokémon music in any language. ... Read more


34. Pm: First Movie
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35. Pocket Monster 4
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5-0 out of 5 stars Its the 4th movie! yay!
I had no idea that this was the Japanese soundtrack to the 4th movie that is in Japan now. It's really great! It has opening and ending songs to Pikachu's Hide And Seek the mini movie. And then....there's the rockin' Meazaze Poket Monster remix as I see it. It's reaaly kewl! It's hard to explain but it has a really cool beat and Matsumoto Rika puts alot of feeling in it. And then there's the ending song. It's cool also but i like the ending to the 3rd movie better. It's sung by a guy and it sounds a but like Spanish music. Thats what my first reaction was to that song. The opening 1st track sounded like what I was playing in band at the moment! It sounds like the music from the Play Carmen. it's cool but it weirded me out a bit. So get this CD and if you didnt know what it was ( like me heheh) its the 4th movie soundtrack and its really worth it!!!! also there is rumor (maybe) that the 5th movie is coming to Japan this summer and the 4th is coming here this summer or spring vacation???? i dunno... get this cd its worth the money! ... Read more


36. The Rivals!
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Rivals!
This is a great CD and my favorite one I own. It has 5 tracks on it but only four songs, which is kinda a downfall but it's worth every penny!

The first song is Raibaru!(Rival!) which is sung by Matsumoto Rika, the voice actress of Satoshi (Ash). This is my favorite song on this CD. I had heard the legends of satoshi's singing but never knew how true it was till I got this CD, and my friends agree. His/Her voice is amazeing! Diffently NOT a ear sore! This song makes you want to sing along with it and you can on the 5th track which is the karoke of this song.

The next song is TAIPU: WAIRUDO (Type: Wild) which is also sung by Rika. In this Satoshi singing about his journey, his shoes, and his home town. This one goes abit fast a times but you quickly learn the chorse.

HEY! PIKACHUU is sung by Nyaasu (Meowth). He's singing/talking to pikachu who talks back to him in the song. This song might not be sung the best or the fastest, but it's diffently the cuteist! Nyaasu calls her "Kawaii" (cute) once and... He sounds so JEALOUS! I think they would make a cute cupple if Rocket Dan and Sato-tachi (Team Rocket and Ash and co.) team up together.

POKEMON SANDOITCHI (Pokemon Sandwich) is sorta like the poke rap they have here I guess. It's sung by lots of people and is sorta like a game. You can learn the Japeness names of the pokemon and it's fun to sing along to. The main singer guy hurts your ears when he gets to long high notes but it only happens twice so it's okay.

This is a mini CD but it works fine in all the CD players I have used it in, ( 'sept for my computer which only takes a mintute or so to figure out what it is.) It comes with a paper of the lyrics and a ruler/stincel that has the outline of pikachu, another pikachu, togepi, and a Lapras.

5-0 out of 5 stars I CHOOSE THE RIVALS!!!!!
Well actually this pokemon cd is one of my favorites. *eek can't decide really, because I love em all!* But it's totally awesome and unique too! I ordered it from amazon a few months ago, and was soo surprised, when I got it. Waa I don't remember ever seeing another one like it, it's size is 1/2 of a normal cd! Oh how kawaii! ^_^

The cd cover looks like one of those vacation brochures, and the artwork is super great! Well ok, now for the songs: "Rivals" is super kewl, and has a nice beat and it's the Orange Island battle theme, sung by Rica Matsumoto a.k.a Satoshi. *haha but I'm afraid he sounds like a girl* um sorta O.o
Bonus: You get to hear some of the pokemon like Charizard, Pikachu as they're battling. "Awesome"!

The next title: is in English, "Type Wild", sung again by Rica, and I gotta admit it's one of my favorites, it's about Satoshi's (Ash) sneakers, and his journeys, and days in Masura (Pallet) town. Really cute and addictive too! "Watch it, the beat is just real upbeat, but happy and hyper"! "hey just like Satoshi!" :P Every time I listen to it *gaa* I can't help bobbing my head like crazy as if I were one of those concert groupies! o.O The last part of the song, is sweet and is sure to inspire you: "For I know this will be a reality, so follow all your dreams.."*Get the OK! cd if you wanna hear the english version*
Then there's Pokemon sandwich, which is sweet. You'll be tempted to sing along as you get to learn about some of the Pokemon's Japanese names! What fun!! ^_^ And finally "Hey Pikachu", which is cute and funny, with nyasu a.k.a Meowth. Nyasu is singing about cute lil Pikachu, Pika replies and Nyasu is just singing about how great he is or whatever, *do I sense a little jealousy maybe?*heh I may not understand Japanese real good, but what the heck, this cd rules! Oh yeah, if you crave free stuff *like me* ^_~
You'll just love that "Rivals" also comes with a cute lil yellow ruler of pokemon with stencils! So hey what are you waiting for poke freaks like me go buy it already!!!!! O.o

5-0 out of 5 stars Surprise
This CD was a surprise for me!! I loved it as soon as i heard it! And it surprised me because i have the Revelation Lugia Cd (worth it!!) and i heard Rivals! But i didn't actually know it was the Orange Islands tital song... so when i listened to it i was like "oh my god I know this song!! and it's done by Satoshi's voice (or Ash in America)...and Type :wild! is an excellent song...spoken a few english words... i have OK! CD and it has that song in english....but its gonna take me a while to learn the lyrics to the japanese one...! I'm collecting or trying to find and listen to all the japanese tital songs because the english ones are starting to bore me...... "gotta catch em all!" and "so u wanna be a master?!" or "its a whole new world" which is nice....! the pokerap is on this which is really neat...when i got this CD i knew tracks 1 2 and 4 but the "hey Pikachu" was new to me and is neat sung by meowth!! it sound like nyarth is JEALOUS of PIKACHU!! just listen to it!! he's keeps saying how "pikachu is so cute" and stuff..... which i think is pretty funny and sad at the same time...... so i totally recomend this CD!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another great Pocket Monsters CD!!
I just love Satoshi's voice, even if he does sound like a grown woman. So I naturally love Rivals! and Type:Wild.... I really like "Hey, Pikachu", cuz it's sung by Nyasu. And I heard someone call "Pokemon Sandwich" the Pokerap...not true. Actually, "Pokemon Ierukana?" is the Pokerap, and "Pokemon Ieruka NEO?" is the G/S Pokerap (not on this CD). Pokemon is just another crazy Pokemon name game....Oh, and uh, it's a cool song. The last one is the karaoke version of "Rivals!". I definitely recomend this CD. It kinda suprised me...it turned out to be better than I expected!^_^

4-0 out of 5 stars Not quite the Team Rocket single but still a heck of a CD
The best Japanese CD I own by far is the one titled Rocket Troop, but this one didn't dissappoint me at all. The first two songs I could listen to all day-I don't have a clue who it's supposed to be singing them, but they have awesome beats. The third one is Meowth singing and Pikchu repeating his name-really cute. The fourth and fifth ones are not as good but still enjoyable. Do I recommend it? Yessiree! ... Read more


37. Drew's Famous Pokemon Theme Song
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38. Pika Pika Massaichu (CD3)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Never really liked Pikachu 'till I got this CD!
Even though I don't like Pikachu that much, I love this CD. The first track is called "Natsu Yasumi Fankurabu" (Summer Vacation Fanclub), and is well...corny, but...well, I like it. The next track is one of my most favorite songs, "Pika Pika Massaichu" (In The Midst of Sparkling). It is SO cute! And it's not corny, in my opinion. Then there's "Puuru" (Pool), which I can't help but like. The fourth one is "Atarashi Tomadachi" (translates to something like "New Friend"). It's really cute. And last is the karaoke version of "Pika Pika Massaichu". I usually don't care for karaoke, but the music sounds so cool...OK, if you don't have this CD, get it! Even if you really don't like Pikachu (like me), you'll still like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars That CD is great!
This is a very cute CD, and it arrived within 3 days. The first song on it is the opening song for "Pikachu no Natsu Yasumi" (Pikachu's Summer Vacation): "Natsu Yasumi Fun Club". The next song is the ending theme: "Pika Pika Massaichu". The third is "Pool (11 Sai no Natsu)", and the fourth is the short "Atarashii Tomodachi". The fifth trach is a karaoke of "Pika Pika Massaicchu" Overall, I would highly reccomend this CD, it was great! ... Read more


39. Can You Play Pokemon on Musical Instruments?
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5-0 out of 5 stars FIRST CLASS!!
Not only does this CD have 16 beautifully done "classical" pieces from the Pokemon TV series, but comes with an 86 page music guide! This is a quality production for any fan of Pokemon or any conisseur of fine instrumental music! One of my favourite CD's in my collection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD!!!!
This is one cool CD! It has music from both the anime and game!(cycling music, surfing music, gym music etc.) You can also play along with the sheet music included inside the book. If you are a Pokemon fan and can play a musical instrument, then this is the CD for you! Probably one of the best soundtracks around. ... Read more


40. Meowth's Party (CD3)
list price: $16.99
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Asin: B00003WG59
Catlog: Music
Sales Rank: 575812
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Album Description

Japanese release, a four track 3 inch CD single with one Pokemon game card and a two-sided 8 inch x 12 inch full color mini-poster/ lyric sheet. Extremely limited collector's item! All tracks are listed in Japanese only! Comes in 'candybar' packaging. 1999 release. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Nya Nya Nyasu ni shoutai sareta yo!
I didn't get it from Amazon.com...actually I kind of regret it. This is the reason: "two-sided 8 inch x 12 inch full color mini-poster/ lyric sheet" I got mine from Ebay.com and well...this wasn't included-_-
Anyway, this CD has 5 tracks; the first one is "Nyarth no Party" (Nyarth's Party). It also has a karaoke version (track 4). It is fun and very cute! The second track is "Nyarth no Uta 2000" (Nyarth's Song 2000) which is just like the original, but it focuses more on his guitar skills.
The third track is "To*Itteru Nya" ... where Nyarth translates different Pokemon conversations. Soo cute. And the 5th track really isn't a song...I don't know what it is. It's not listed; Nyarth sings a quick little song.
This CD comes with the cute "Rocket-Dan no Nyarth" card. great for collectors!
If you love Meowth, this CD is a must have!! ... Read more


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