Unknown Artist - Pokémon 2.B.A. Master (Music From The Hit TV Series) album flac
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|A2||2B A Master|
|A4||What Kind Of Pokémon Are You?|
|A5||My Best Friends|
|A7||The Time Has Come (Pikachu’s Goodbye)|
|B8||Pokémon (Dance Mix)|
|B9||Double Trouble (Team Rocket)|
Backing Vocals [BG Vocals] – James "D Train" Williams*, John Loeffler, Ken Cummings, Louis CortelezziCo-producer, Arranged By – John SieglerLead Vocals – Babi Floyd, James "D Train" Williams*
|B13||You Can Do It (If You Really Try)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – 4Kids Entertainment, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Koch Entertainment LLC
- Copyright (c) – 4Kids Entertainment, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Koch Entertainment LLC
- Copyright (c) – Nintendo
- Copyright (c) – Creatures
- Copyright (c) – Game Freak
- Published By – Pikachu Music
- Published By – Jigglypuff Music
- Published By – Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company Inc.
- Published By – Cherry River Music Co.
- Coordinator [Production] – Eleanor Matera
- Edited By [Pro-Tools], Engineer [Assistant] – Julian Schwartz, Paul Rowan
- Engineer – Bruce Buchanan, Joe Barbaria, Larry Alexander, Paul Special
- Executive-Producer – Alfred R. Kahn*
- Executive-Producer [For 4Kids Productions] – Norman Grossfeld
- Liner Notes – John Loeffler, Norman Grossfeld
- Mastered By – Rick Rowe Of Media Force*
- Mixed By – Bruce Buchanan, Larry Alexander
- Producer [For Rave Music] – John Loeffler
NotesAll songs published by: Pikachu Music (BMI)/Jigglypuff Music (ASCAP) Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company, Inc. (ASCAP)/Cherry River Music Co. (BMI)
℗ © 1999 4Kids Entertainment, Inc. and KOCH Entertainment LLC. © 1995, 1996, 1998 Nintendo, CREATURES, GAME FREAK. TM & ® are trademarks of Nintendo. © 1999 Nintendo.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 99923 89014 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 099923890140
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Other (ISBN): ISBN-3-85323-992-7
|KOC-CD-8901||John Loeffler||Pokémon - 2.B.A. Master (CD, Album, Enh)||Koch Records||KOC-CD-8901||US||1999|
|333 52-2, CD 333 52-2||John Loeffler||Pokémon (Die Original-Musik Der US-TV-Serie) (CD, Album, Enh)||Koch Records, Koch Records||333 52-2, CD 333 52-2||Germany, Austria, & Switzerland||1999|
|74321 790082||No Artist||Pokémon (CD, Album)||BMG Ariola Hungary, Koch Records||74321 790082||Hungary||1999|
|ERE0114994||John Loeffler||Pokémon - Le Canzoni Originali Della Serie Tv (Cass)||Koch Records, Edel||ERE0114994||Italy||2000|
|52249-2||John Loeffler||Pokémon - Gotta Catch 'Em All (Music From The Hit TV Series) (CD, Enh)||KOCH Poland||52249-2||Poland||2000|
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