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* The Japanese version of ''Series/SesameStreet'' had two CDs decicated to these: [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Ha-Ha-Ha_Sesame_Street "Ha Ha Ha"]] and [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Sesame_Street_Character_Song_Album "Atsumare! Sesame Street"]].

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* The Japanese version of ''Series/SesameStreet'' had two CDs [=CDs=] decicated to these: [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Ha-Ha-Ha_Sesame_Street "Ha Ha Ha"]] and [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Sesame_Street_Character_Song_Album "Atsumare! Sesame Street"]].


* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx0yKgTFbEo made one for Johnny Crawfish]] called "Special".


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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx0yKgTFbEo made one for Johnny Crawfish]] called "Special".
* The Japanese version of ''Series/SesameStreet'' had two CDs decicated to these: [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Ha-Ha-Ha_Sesame_Street "Ha Ha Ha"]] and [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Sesame_Street_Character_Song_Album "Atsumare! Sesame Street"]].
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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx0yKgTFbEo made one for Johnny Crawfish]] called "Special".

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** ''Series/KamenRiderZiO'' has ''Zi-O, Toki no Oja'', for the title character, Sougo, and ''Future Guardian'' for TheLancer, Geiz.


* ''Anime/{{Claymore}}'' has several, from Clare's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsgOdjmdOb4 "Memory"]] to Irene's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ojo6e_yA1eg&feature=related "Shippu."]] They're surprisingly good.

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* ''Anime/{{Claymore}}'' ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' has several, from Clare's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsgOdjmdOb4 "Memory"]] to Irene's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ojo6e_yA1eg&feature=related "Shippu."]] They're surprisingly good.


** On the Japanese side, there's Satoshi's (Ash's) themes "Spurt!" and "XY&Z" which are openings, Haruka's (May's) theme is "Watashi Makenai", Hikari (Dawn) has "Kimi no Soba de", Serena has "[=DoriDori=]" and Eureka (Bonnie) has "Puni-chan no Uta" (With all of their themes except Dawn's being used as an ending theme of their saga). Instrumentals of these are usually heard during their contest appears. Team Rocket have "Rocket-Dan Yo Eien Ni" which they have occasionally sung in place of their motto. Takeshi (Brock) has "Takeshi no Paradise", originally an EndingTheme which he later started singing in episodes whenever there's a need for some kind or distraction. And Kojiro (James) has "Lucky Lucky", a flirtatious [[HurricaneOfPuns Hurricane of (Pokémon) Puns]]. Vocal versions of both these songs have made it into the dub.

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** On the Japanese side, there's Satoshi's (Ash's) themes "Spurt!" and "XY&Z" which are openings, Haruka's (May's) theme is "Watashi Makenai", Hikari (Dawn) has "Kimi no Soba de", Serena has "[=DoriDori=]" and Eureka (Bonnie) has "Puni-chan no Uta" (With (with all of their themes except Dawn's being used as an ending theme of their saga). Instrumentals of these are usually heard during their contest appears. Team Rocket have "Rocket-Dan Yo Eien Ni" which they have occasionally sung in place of their motto. Takeshi (Brock) has "Takeshi no Paradise", originally an EndingTheme which he later started singing in episodes whenever there's a need for some kind or distraction. And Kojiro (James) has "Lucky Lucky", a flirtatious [[HurricaneOfPuns Hurricane of (Pokémon) Puns]]. Vocal versions of both these songs have made it into the dub.


** In Germany, there are multiple German Spongebob albums that contain original songs sung by the characters, such as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4thxGmdDl4 Bargeldlos (Mr. Krabs)]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPyWT1wN478 Tief im Ozean (Spongebob and Patrick)]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDsdwCzG1wc Witzig, Witzig (Sandy)]],[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzOp0JIZGUs Weil ich ein Burgerbrater bin (Spongebob)]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3i5Le87KH8 Lecker Lecker (Spongebob)]].

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** In Germany, there are multiple German Spongebob albums that contain original original/cover songs sung by the characters, such as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4thxGmdDl4 Bargeldlos (Mr. Krabs)]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPyWT1wN478 Tief im Ozean (Spongebob and Patrick)]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDsdwCzG1wc Witzig, Witzig (Sandy)]],[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzOp0JIZGUs Weil ich ein Burgerbrater bin (Spongebob)]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3i5Le87KH8 Lecker Lecker (Spongebob)]].


* ''Manga/DragonBall'' has received many of these from over the years:
** ''Anime/DragonBall'' started the practice with the Red Ribbon Army arc, including "The Song Goku Song", "The Teachings of Master Roshi", and "Red Ribbon Army" for the villains themselves. "Wolf Hurricane" was also introduced and used for Yamcha's fight with Tenshinhan in the next arc. These supplemented several InsertSongs as well, such as "Aim to Be the Greatest on Earth", "Mystery Wonderland", "The Dragon Ball Legend", "With A Burning Heart! Defeat the Red Ribbon Army!" and "The Blue Travelers".

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* ''Manga/DragonBall'' ''Franchise/DragonBall'' has received many of these from over the years:
** ''Anime/DragonBall'' The ''Manga/DragonBall'' anime started the practice with the Red Ribbon Army arc, including "The Song Son Goku Song", "The Teachings of Master Roshi", and "Red Ribbon Army" for the villains themselves. "Wolf Hurricane" was also introduced and used for Yamcha's fight with Tenshinhan in the next arc. These supplemented several InsertSongs as well, such as "Aim to Be the Greatest on Earth", "Mystery Wonderland", "The Dragon Ball Legend", "With A Burning Heart! Defeat the Red Ribbon Army!" and "The Blue Travelers".



** [=HyPN0se=] ([[spoiler: controlled]]): A Dutch cover of "[[Anime/DragonBall Ultimate Battle.]]" For obvious reasons.

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** [=HyPN0se=] ([[spoiler: controlled]]): A Dutch cover of "[[Anime/DragonBall "[[Franchise/DragonBall Ultimate Battle.]]" For obvious reasons.

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* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne3'' had "Tears", performed by HEALTH and specially made for the game, which would later catapult the band into success. The song is about Max's constant hanging onto the past and how he needs to let go the death of his wife and his daughter. It's a very gritty song which fits specially well with Max's depressed character.


* ''Franchise/{{Angelique}}'' has mulptiple image songs for all of the datable guys, including plenty of duet and group songs. The third set of {{OVA}}s even includes ''music videos'' for the Cherry Blossom/Sunflower set of image songs.

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* ''Franchise/{{Angelique}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Angelique}}'' has mulptiple image songs for all of the datable guys, including plenty of duet and group songs. The third set of {{OVA}}s even includes ''music videos'' for the Cherry Blossom/Sunflower set of image songs.


* ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' has "Majima no [=MajiROCK=]", a bonus song given to those who preordered ''Kurohyō 2: Ryū ga Gotoku Ashura hen''. As the name implies, it's sung by the series' AxCrazy EnsembleDarkhorse Goro Majima, who sings about how much he loves having fun, getting into fights, and generally living life to the fullest.
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* ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' has "Majima no [=MajiROCK=]", a bonus song given to those who preordered ''Kurohyō 2: Ryū ga Gotoku Ashura hen''. As the name implies, it's sung by the series' AxCrazy EnsembleDarkhorse Goro Majima, who sings about how much he loves having fun, getting into fights, and generally living life to the fullest.
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* ''FanWorks/PlayTheGame'' ''used'' to have an original image song for all four of its main characters, but out of all of them only "Ballad: WMYD?", Nimja's theme, took on a life of its own as a {{Leitmotif}} for the whole series. Eventually, image songs were selected for all four main characters, along with ''two'' songs for [=HyPN0se=] and one song for each member of the Spoken. In order, they are:
** Nimja: [[Music/OwlCity "Fireflies,"]] which represents his creativeness. Not to mention all those lines about dreams and sleeping...

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* ''FanWorks/PlayTheGame'' ''used'' to have an original image song for all four of its main characters, but out of all of them only "Ballad: WMYD?", Nimja's theme, took on a life of its own as a {{Leitmotif}} for the whole series. Eventually, image cover songs were selected for all four main characters, along with ''two'' cover songs for [=HyPN0se=] and one cover song for each member of the Spoken. In order, they are:
** Nimja: [[Music/OwlCity "Fireflies,"]] which represents his creativeness.creativity. Not to mention all those lines about dreams and sleeping...



** [=HyPN0se=] ([[spoiler: uncontrolled]]): [[Music/MatchboxTwenty "Unwell"]], [[spoiler: which mentions how he's a completely different person when not under his mother's influence.]]

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** [=HyPN0se=] ([[spoiler: uncontrolled]]): [[Music/MatchboxTwenty "Unwell"]], [[spoiler: which mentions how he's a completely different person when not under his mother's [[AbusiveParents mother's]] influence.]]


* ''FanWorks/PlayTheGame'' has one for all four of the main characters: Nimja’s is entitled “Ballad: WMYD?”, an explanation to the audience that they ''must'' obey him completely. [=OGiNiM=] gets “The Gehoorzaamen March,” which displays his UndyingLoyalty to the Dutch hypnotist, with the chorus being sung to the tune of the Colonel Bogey March. [=HyDrO=] gets a number called “Secret Love,” a haunting song in which she admits she has feelings for Nimja despite her [[TheStoic outward appearance.]] Finally, the panicky Slang gets a number appropiately titled “Fear”- a display of both his fears and his CharacterDevelopment in overcoming them. Of these four, only “Ballad: WYMD?” has been released, and can be found [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xsTfxMxsw5c here]] in all its acapella glory.

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* ''FanWorks/PlayTheGame'' has one ''used'' to have an original image song for all four of the its main characters: Nimja’s is entitled “Ballad: WMYD?”, an explanation to characters, but out of all of them only "Ballad: WMYD?", Nimja's theme, took on a life of its own as a {{Leitmotif}} for the audience that they ''must'' obey him completely. [=OGiNiM=] gets “The Gehoorzaamen March,” which displays his UndyingLoyalty to the Dutch hypnotist, whole series. Eventually, image songs were selected for all four main characters, along with the chorus being sung to the tune ''two'' songs for [=HyPN0se=] and one song for each member of the Colonel Bogey March. [=HyDrO=] gets a number called “Secret Love,” a haunting song Spoken. In order, they are:
** Nimja: [[Music/OwlCity "Fireflies,"]] which represents his creativeness. Not to mention all those lines about dreams and sleeping...
** [=OGiNiM=]: [[Music/{{ABBA}} "Waterloo,"]]
in which she admits she has feelings for he expresses his loyalty to Nimja.
** [=HyDrO=]: [[Music/DemiLovato "Confident,"]] which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.
** Slang: [[Music/OwlCity "Wolf Bite,"]] in which he asks
Nimja despite her [[TheStoic outward appearance.]] Finally, the panicky Slang gets a number appropiately titled “Fear”- a display of both for his fears and his CharacterDevelopment help in overcoming them. Of these four, only “Ballad: WYMD?” has been released, and can be found [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xsTfxMxsw5c here]] in all its acapella glory. his fears.
** [=HyPN0se=] ([[spoiler: controlled]]): A Dutch cover of "[[Anime/DragonBall Ultimate Battle.]]" For obvious reasons.
** [=HyPN0se=] ([[spoiler: uncontrolled]]): [[Music/MatchboxTwenty "Unwell"]], [[spoiler: which mentions how he's a completely different person when not under his mother's influence.]]


* Many for ''Manga/DragonBall'', including [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "Vegeta-sama no O-Ryouri Jigoku"]] or [[YouAreTheTranslatedForeignWord "Lord Vegeta's Cooking Hell,"]] a song about [[{{Jerkass}} Vegeta]]... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin making okonomiyaki]]. [[spoiler:[[SomethingWeForgot He forgets to add the mayonnaise.]]]] The [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Ginyu Force]] get [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcgDgwNR1ZE "Sanjou!! Ginyu Tokusentai!!"]] a VillainSong that is exactly as hammy as one would expect.

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* Many for ''Manga/DragonBall'', ''Manga/DragonBall'' has received many of these from over the years:
** ''Anime/DragonBall'' started the practice with the Red Ribbon Army arc,
including "The Song Goku Song", "The Teachings of Master Roshi", and "Red Ribbon Army" for the villains themselves. "Wolf Hurricane" was also introduced and used for Yamcha's fight with Tenshinhan in the next arc. These supplemented several InsertSongs as well, such as "Aim to Be the Greatest on Earth", "Mystery Wonderland", "The Dragon Ball Legend", "With A Burning Heart! Defeat the Red Ribbon Army!" and "The Blue Travelers".
** For ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', one of a great many is
[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "Vegeta-sama no O-Ryouri Jigoku"]] or [[YouAreTheTranslatedForeignWord "Lord Vegeta's Cooking Hell,"]] a song about [[{{Jerkass}} Vegeta]]... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin making okonomiyaki]]. [[spoiler:[[SomethingWeForgot He forgets to add the mayonnaise.]]]] The mayonnaise]]]].
** ''Anime/DragonBallKai'' gave the
[[QuirkyMinibossSquad Ginyu Force]] get [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcgDgwNR1ZE "Sanjou!! Ginyu Tokusentai!!"]] a VillainSong that is exactly as hammy as one would expect.

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