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The song is 究極の聖戦 (kyūkyoku no battle in romaji[1] or Ultimate Battle in english). There are two versions of this song:

  1. The one performed by Akira Kushida (the version Shazam found)
  2. The one without vocals (the version you are looking for)

According to Anison, the version without vocals is named 究極の聖戦 (カラオケ) (where "カラオケ" means "karaoke").

I searched on YouTube that exact term and I found it (ironically, the video is the same and is uploaded by the same user but it uses the karaoke version of the song):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsFsrUksvshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P2caRnjXP0


1. J-Talk translates "聖戦" as "seisen" but many sources use "battle" instead. I have no idea which one is correct.

The song is 究極の聖戦 (kyūkyoku no battle in romaji[1] or Ultimate Battle in english). There are two versions of this song:

  1. The one performed by Akira Kushida (the version Shazam found)
  2. The one without vocals (the version you are looking for)

According to Anison, the version without vocals is named 究極の聖戦 (カラオケ) (where "カラオケ" means "karaoke").

I searched on YouTube that exact term and I found it (ironically, the video is the same and is uploaded by the same user but it uses the karaoke version of the song):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsFsrUksvs


1. J-Talk translates "聖戦" as "seisen" but many sources use "battle" instead. I have no idea which one is correct.

The song is 究極の聖戦 (kyūkyoku no battle in romaji[1] or Ultimate Battle in english). There are two versions of this song:

  1. The one performed by Akira Kushida (the version Shazam found)
  2. The one without vocals (the version you are looking for)

According to Anison, the version without vocals is named 究極の聖戦 (カラオケ) (where "カラオケ" means "karaoke").

I searched on YouTube that exact term and found it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P2caRnjXP0


1. J-Talk translates "聖戦" as "seisen" but many sources use "battle" instead. I have no idea which one is correct.

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nxnev
  • 236
  • 1
  • 5

The song is 究極の聖戦 (kyūkyoku no battle in romaji[1] or Ultimate Battle in english). There are two versions of this song:

  1. The one performed by Akira Kushida (the version Shazam found)
  2. The one without vocals (the version you are looking for)

According to Anison, the version without vocals is named 究極の聖戦 (カラオケ) (where "カラオケ" means "karaoke").

I searched on YouTube that exact term and I found it (ironically, the video is the same and is uploaded by the same user but it uses the karaoke version of the song):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsFsrUksvs


1. J-Talk translates "聖戦" as "seisen" but many sources use "battle" instead. I have no idea which one is correct.