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Pokémon X (CD)

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This article is about the CD. For the Pokémon that was known as "Pokémon X", see Lugia (Pokémon).
If you were looking for the webcomic, see Pokémon-X.
If you were looking for the Game known as Pokémon X prior to its release, see Pokémon Crystal Version.

Pokémon X
10 Years of Pokémon
PokemonX.jpg
CD cover art
Release date March 27, 2007
By KOCH Records
Catalogue number KOC-CD-4185
Number of tracks 18

Pokémon X (subtitled 10 Years of Pokémon) is an album released for the tenth anniversary of Pokémon. It was first made available on the iTunes Music Store on October 3, 2006 and was released on CD with five extra tracks on March 27, 2007. It was produced by Koch Records.

Believe in Me, This Dream, Unbeatable, Hoenn Pokérap and Best Friends are not included on the iTunes release.

  • Television Sequences

Pokémon Theme and Johto have their complete lyrics. The Pokémon World track in this album is not the full version.

  1. Pokémon Theme: Indigo League Opening (By Jason Paige)
  2. Pokémon World: Orange Islands Opening (By Russell Velázquez)
  3. Pokémon Johto: Johto Opening (By PJ Lequerica)
  4. Born to Be a Winner: Johto League Champions Opening (By David Rolfe)
  5. Believe in Me: Master Quest Opening (By David Rolfe)
  6. I Wanna Be A Hero: Pokémon Advanced Opening (By David Rolfe)
  7. This Dream: Advanced Challenge Opening (By David Rolfe)
  8. Unbeatable: Advanced Battle Opening (By David Rolfe)
  9. Battle Frontier: Battle Frontier Opening (By Jason Appleton)
  10. Go Pokémon Go: Battle Frontier Ending (By Atsushi 'Toya' Tokuya)

There are no remixes in this soundtrack: these songs are just carried over from their original soundtrack

  1. Pokérap (By James "D Train" Williams and Babi Floyd)
  2. 2.B.A. Master (By Russell Velázquez)
  3. Together Forever (By J.P. Hartmann)
  4. Double Trouble (By Rachael Lillis, Eric Stuart, Maddie Blaustein, and Ted Lewis)
  • Other Tracks
  1. Hoenn Pokérap (By Ethan Eubanks)
  2. Best Friends (By David Wolfert)
  3. Stay Together (By Nini Camps)
  4. Pokérap GS (From Totally Pokémon) (By Johto)

Only the final five songs are unique to this album.

Tracklist

  1. Pokémon Theme (3:18) (Season 1 Opening, Complete Version)
  2. Pokérap (3:04) (Indigo Collection, Complete Version)
  3. Pokémon World (1:02) (Season 2 Opening, TV Size)
  4. 2.B.A. Master (4:04) (Pikachu's Jukebox, Complete Version)
  5. Together Forever (3:55) (Pikachu's Jukebox, Complete Version)
  6. Double Trouble (3:53) (Pikachu's Jukebox, Complete Version)
  7. Pokémon Johto (2:54) (Season 3 Opening, Complete Version)
  8. Pokérap GS (4:12)
  9. Born to Be a Winner (0:49) (Season 4 Opening, TV Size)
  10. Believe in Me (0:47) (Season 5 Opening, TV Size)
  11. I Wanna Be a Hero (0:49) (Season 6 Opening, TV Size)
  12. This Dream (0:48) (Season 7 Opening, TV Size)
  13. Unbeatable (1:01) (Season 8 Opening, TV Size)
  14. Battle Frontier (1:05) (Season 9 Opening, Extended TV Size)
  15. Hoenn Pokérap (Season 6 - 9 Collection, Complete Version)
  16. Best Friends (2:26)
  17. Stay Together (2:28)
  18. Go Pokémon Go (4:46) (Season 9 Ending, Complete Version)


Anime soundtracks: Pokémon 2.B.A. Master (1999) • Totally Pokémon (2001) • Pokémon X (2007)
Movie soundtracks: Pokémon the First Movie (1999) • Pokémon the Movie 2000 (2000) • Pokémon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack (2001)
Movie scores: Pokémon the First Movie (2000) • Pokémon the Movie 2000 (2001)
Games soundtracks: Pokémon Gotta Catch the Sound! (2000) • XY Super Music Collection (2013) • FRLG Super Music Collection (2013)
HGSS Super Music Collection (2014) • RS Super Music Collection (2014) • DP Super Music Collection (2014)
BW Super Music Collection (2014) • B2W2 Super Music Collection (2014) • ORAS Super Music Collection (2014)
Other albums: Pokémon Gotta Catch 'em Live! (2001) • Pokémon Christmas Bash (2001)
Singles: Don't Say You Love Me (1999) • Pokémon Theme (1999; Unofficial) • Pokémon World (2000) • The Power of One (2000)
Other: Pokémon Daily Express CD-ROM (2001) • Music from 4Kids TV (2005) • Exclusive Target Mix! (2007) • Exclusive Toys R Us Mix! (2007)
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