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Pokémon Theme (single)

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Pokémon Theme
CD Maxi Single
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CD cover art
Release date October 26, 1999
By Robbins Entertainment
Catalogue number 76869-72038-2
Number of tracks 3

Pokémon Theme is a CD single released on October 26, 1999 by Robbins Entertainment. Its catalog number is 76869-72038-2. The CD contains three different versions of Pokémon Theme. The CD was unofficial, and thus did not use the real Pokémon logo or make any mention of Nintendo.

Track listing

  1. Pokémon Theme - Jason Paige [3:20]
  2. Pokémon Theme (Dance Mix) - [4:06]
  3. Pokémon Theme (Karaoke Version) - [3:17]

Trivia

  • This CD contains the only known karaoke version of Pokémon Theme.



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)
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: Music from 4Kids TV (2005) • Exclusive Target Mix! (2007) • Exclusive Toys R Us Mix! (2007)


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