Awesome Music / Dragon Ball

Original Soundtrack

Funimation Soundtrack

Dragon Ball Kai

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Dragon Ball GT

Dragon Ball Super

  • Even the people who don't care for Super's soundtrack love the score used for the Super Saiyan God ritual, which is actually two songs; Compromise and the appropriately-named Birth of a God. Both songs are smooth and epic at the same time, especially when the latter reaches the part with the Latin choir, to the degree that both songs have re-appeared during certain events. The list includes when Pan files for the first time and goes into space, and Future Trunks' goodbye in Episode 67 (Compromise) - near the end of Goku-vs-Beerus' fight, when Super Shenron is summoned, Goku Black's Super Saiyan Rose transformation, and Future Trunks using a Spirit Bomb-esque power-up to cleave Merged Zamasu in half (Birth of a God).
  • Another favorite is the Super Saiyan God theme that plays after Goku becomes a Super Saiyan God. It plays again after Goku combines the Kaio-Ken with Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan. There is also the Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan's theme that has a Latin choir humming the melody, before a woman hums the rest of the song.
  • A Break from Battle, a sweet, soft tone that plays during peaceful moments.
  • Unbreakable Determination, a song where you can feel the characters' struggle and willpower.
  • Many of the new tracks for the Future Trunks Saga have become beloved like Black's theme and the orchestral version that plays in Episode 56. There is also the track used when Future Trunks confronts Black in Episode 47 for the second time, called Desperate Assault by the fandom.
  • Beerus Madness has gotten a lot of love after it played during Zamasu's execution scene.
  • Chouzetsu Dynamic. It's an upbeat way to start an episode of Dragon Ball Super, and can even sum up the overall feel of Dragon Ball in and of itself.
  • Crossing over with heartwarming/tearjerker, the music that was heard in Super as Trunks got flashbacks of Future Gohan during episode 67, and also the soundtrack that played when Pan flew into the stratosphere in episode 43, Compromise never fails to deliver.

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