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I am trying to find the Dragon Ball Z sound track which plays whenever Goku is about to start a fight and other heroic moments. I have browsed a ton of videos but no success. The sound track starts with beats of drums (3 beats), then pause, then 5 beats and so on. Can someone help me out?

  • can you find a youtube video of an episode where the music plays? – Memor-X Aug 26 '14 at 5:15
  • I have been trying a lot, but no success so far. I browsed the fight scenes but its always another music, not the drum one. I can remember the music only as a faint memory. Its sort of inspirational kind of music, and as far as I remember, plays when Goku is sort of angry( not sure about the exact moment though). In short the details are a bit blurry, and I only remember those drum rolls. – Plutonium smuggler Aug 26 '14 at 5:21
  • its really hard to notice which one by just reading the beats so try this for sound track and this for sound track series. – mirroroftruth Aug 26 '14 at 5:36
  • Oh boy, i would take that as a last resort. Let me clear the track. It consists of only drums, nothing else. A starting 3 beat(less than a second), then around a 3 sec pause, then 5 quick beats, another 3 sec pause and so on. Can you narrow them down based on this ? – Plutonium smuggler Aug 26 '14 at 5:46
  • @Plutoniumsmuggler Isn't that the theme you are looking for ? – AGuif Aug 26 '14 at 8:19
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It is the Genkidama (spirit bomb) theme in the Japanese ost I think it als plays when Goku makes the Super Saiya-jin speech

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DRAGON BALL Z -Orquesta Sinfonica

It's the music in this video at 0:45. I can't remember the name in the original soundtrack collection. The majority of the DBZ OSTs come from the movies; this one I believe is from some movie between Freeza and Cell saga.

  • What you shown it's a OST of the original japanese from this scene. What Plutonium smuggler asked belong to the remastered version (you could easily see it in his comments) – Hashirama Senju Oct 31 '14 at 23:16
  • @dragonballfreak . Its very close. But not exact. The beats in my track are slower and little detailed. Thanks for effort, although I doubt I'll ever find that tune again. – Plutonium smuggler Oct 31 '14 at 23:37

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