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Mezasei Pokemon Master
This is the first Pocket Monsters CD ever released, from June 1997. Feel old along with me! This is basic stuff, just the first opening and ending, the immortal Ierukana, a karaoke, and the Pikachu's Goodbye song, mostly from the early episodes of the anime. I'm fond of all of these songs.
1. Mezasei Pokemon Master (I'm Gonna Be a Pokemon Master)
2. Hyakugojyuuichi (151)
3. Pokemon Ierukana? (Can You Name All the Pokemon?)
4. Oyasumi Boku no Pikachu (Goodnight, Pikachu)
5. Mezasei Pokemon Master Karaoke


Game Boy Music Sound Collection
This is a double-CD collection of the digital music from the Game Boy games, released in November 1997. 196 tracks of game music from Pokemon Red, Green, and Blue. There are other soundtracks of Game Boy music out there (hit up the fans of the SaGa series), but they are exceedingly rare, and this is likely one of the only ones you'll run across. Tracks named after the Pokemon are the cry and Pokedex entries for each Pokemon, and this CD includes all 151.
CD 1
1. Opening (Opening)
2. Masara Town Theme (Pallet Town's Theme)
3. Ookido-Hakase (Professor Oak)
4. Ookido Kenkyuujo (Oak's Labratory)
5. Rival Arawaru (Rival Appears)
6. Tokiwa e no Michi - Masara Yori (The Road to Viridian - from Pallet)
7. Takakai VS Yasei Pokemon (Battle Versus Wild Pokemon)
8. Shouri VS Yasei Pokemon (Victory Versus Wild Pokemon)
9. Nibi Gym no Theme (Pewter Gym's Theme)
10. Pokemon Center (Pokemon Center)
11. Pokemon Kaifuku (Pokemon Recovery)
12. Tokiwa no Mori (Viridian Forest)
13. Michiannai (Guidepost)
14. Trainer Arawaru - Onna no Kohen (Trainer Appears - Girl Version)
15. Tatakai VS Trainer (Battle Versus Trainer)
16. Shouri VS Trainer (Victory Versus Trainer)
17. Otsukimi Yama no Doukutsu (The Cave of Mt. Moon)
18. Hanada e no Michi - Otsuki Yama Yori (The Road to Cerulean from Mount Moon)
19. Hanada City no Theme (Cerulean City's Theme)
20. Pokemon Gym (Pokemon Gym)
21. Masaki no Moto e - Hanada Yori (To Bill's Former Self From Cerulean)
22. Purin no Uta (Jigglypuff's Song)
23. Kuchiba City no Theme (Vermillion City's Theme)
24. Saint Anne Gou (The St. Anne)
25. Shion e no Michi - Kuchiba Yori (The Road to Lavender from Vermillion)
26. Pokemon no Fue (Pokemon Flute)
27. Trainer Arawaru - Otoko no Kohen (Trainer Appears - Boy Version)
28. Tatakai VS Gym Leader (Battle Versus Gym Leader)
29. Shouri VS Gym Leader (Victory Versus Gym Leader)
30. Cycling (Cycling)
31. Shion Town no Theme (Lavender Town's Theme)
32. Pokemon Tower (Pokemon Tower)
33. Tamamushi City no Theme (Celadon City's Theme)
34. Casino (Casino)
35. Trainer Arawaru - Warui Yatsu Hen (Trainer Arrives - Villain Version)
36. Rocket Dan Hideout (Team Rocket Hideout)
37. Silph Company (Silph Company)
38. Umi (Sea)
39. Guren Town no Theme (Cinnabar Island Theme)
40. Pokemon Yashiki (Pokemon Mansion)
41. Shinka (Evolution)
42. Saigo no Michi (Final Path/Victory Road)
43. Last Battle VS Rival (Last Battle Versus Rival)
44. Dendoru Iri (Entering the Hall of Fame)
45. Ending (Ending)
46. Fushigidane (Bulbasaur)
47. Fushigisou (Ivysaur)
48. Fushigibana (Venusaur)
49. Hitokage (Charmander)
50. Lizard (Charmeleon)
51. Lizardon (Charizard)
52. Zenigame (Squirtle)
53. Kameru (Wartortle)
54. Kamex (Blastoise)
55. Caterpie (Caterpie)
56. Trancell (Metapod)
57. Butterfree (Butterfree)
58. Beetle (Weedle)
59. Cocoon (Kakuna)
60. Spear (Beedrill)
61. Poppo (Pidgey)
62. Pigeon (Pidgeotto)
63. Pidgeot (Pidgeot)
64. Koratta (Rattata)
65. Ratta (Raticate)
66. Onisuzume (Spearow)
67. Onidrill (Fearow)
68. Abo (Ekans)
69. Arbok (Arbok)
70. Pikachu (Pikachu)
71. Raichu (Raichu)
72. Sand (Sandshrew)
73. Sandopan (Sandslash)
74. Nidoran (F) (Nidoran (F))
75. Nidorina (Nidorina)
76. Nidoqueen (Nidoqueen)
77. Nidoran (M) (Nidoran (M))
78. Nidorino (Nidorino)
79. Nidoking (Nidoking)
80. Pipi (Clefairy)
81. Pixie (Clefable)
82. Rokon (Vulpix)
83. Kyukon (Ninetails)
84. Purin (Jigglypuff)
85. Pukurin (Wigglytuff)
86. Zubat (Zubat)
87. Golbat (Golbat)
88. Nazonokusa (Oddish)
89. Kusaihana (Gloom)
90. Rafflesia (Vileplume)
91. Paras (Paras)
92. Parasect (Parasect)
93. Konpan (Venonat)
94. Morphon (Venomoth)
95. Digda (Diglett)
96. Dugtrio (Dugtrio)
97. Nyasu (Meowth)
98. Persian (Persian)

CD 2
1. Koduck (Psyduck)
2. Golduck (Golduck)
3. Mankey (Mankey)
4. Okorizaru (Primeape)
5. Gardie (Growlithe)
6. Windie (Arcanine)
7. Nyoromo (Poliwag)
8. Nyorozo (Poliwhirl)
9. Nyorobon (Poliwrath)
10. Cayse (Abra)
11. Ungeller (Kadabra)
12. Houdini (Alakazam)
13. Wanriki (Machop)
14. Goriki (Machoke)
15. Kairiki (Machamp)
16. Madatsubomi (Bellsprout)
17. Utsudon (Weepinbell)
18. Utsubot (Victreebel)
19. Menokurage (Tentacool)
20. Dokukurage (Tentacruel)
21. Ishitsubute (Geodude)
22. Goron (Graveler)
23. Goronya (Golem)
24. Ponyta (Ponyta)
25. Gallop (Rapidash)
26. Yadon (Slowpoke)
27. Yadoran (Slowbro)
28. Coil (Magnemite)
29. Rarecoil (Magneton)
30. Kamonegi (Farfetch'd)
31. Dodo (Doduo)
32. Dodorio (Dodrio)
33. Pauwau (Seel)
34. Dewgong (Dewgong)
35. Betobeta (Grimer)
36. Betobeton (Muk)
37. Shellder (Shellder)
38. Parshen (Cloyster)
39. Ghos (Gastly)
40. Ghost (Haunter)
41. Gengar (Gengar)
42. Iwak (Onix)
43. Sleep (Drowzee)
44. Sleeper (Hypno)
45. Crab (Krabby)
46. Kingler (Kingler)
47. Biriridama (Voltorb)
48. Marumain (Electrode)
49. Tamatama (Exeggcute)
50. Nasshi (Exeggutor)
51. Karakara (Cubone)
52. Garagara (Marowak)
53. Sawamura (Hitmonlee)
54. Ebiwara (Hitmonchan)
55. Beroringa (Lickitung)
56. Dogasu (Koffing)
57. Metadogasu (Weezing)
58. Saihorn (Rhyhorn)
59. Saidon (Rhydon)
60. Lucky (Chansey)
61. Monjara (Tangela)
62. Garura (Kangaskhan)
63. Tattu (Horsea)
64. Seadra (Seadra)
65. Tosakinto (Goldeen)
66. Azumao (Seaking)
67. Hitodemon (Staryu)
68. Starmie (Starmie)
69. Barrier (Mr. Mime)
70. Strike (Scyther)
71. Rougela (Jynx)
72. Elebu (Electabuzz)
73. Buba (Magmar)
74. Kairos (Pinsir)
75. Kentauros (Tauros)
76. Koiking (Magikarp)
77. Gyarados (Gyarados)
78. Lapras (Lapras)
79. Metamon (Ditto)
80. Eevee (Eevee)
81. Showers (Vaporeon)
82. Thunders (Jolteon)
83. Booster (Flareon)
84. Porygon (Porygon)
85. Omnyte (Omanyte)
86. Omstar (Omastar)
87. Kabuto (Kabuto)
88. Kabutops (Kabutops)
89. Ptera (Aerodactyl)
90. Kabigon (Snorlax)
91. Freezer (Articuno)
92. Thunder (Zapdos)
93. Fire (Moltres)
94. Miniryu (Dratini)
95. Hakuryu (Dragonair)
96. Kairyu (Dragonite)
97. Mewtwo (Mewtwo)
98. Mew (Mew)
99. Pokemon Ongaku Sakkyokuka - Masuda Junichi Original "Pokemon Techno" Game Boy Pokemon Koukaon (Pokemon Music Composer Junichi Masuda's Original "Pokemon Techno" Game Boy Pokemon Sound Effects)


Pokemon Kakerukana?
Released in late November 1997, this is a very strange CD. None of these tracks appear in the TV series or the games, and this is the first of three discs released by Suzukisan, a Pokemon rap group that consists of Imakuni?, Kobayashi!, and Raymond, the latter of whom is clearly a native speaker of English. The title translates to "Can You Draw Pokemon?", and as the name implies, the songs describe in the most upbeat and musical way possible how to draw Pokemon. The booklet that comes with the CD also includes some drawing pointers. My favorite track is the one describing how to draw Marumain, or Electrode. It's 20 seconds of a man with a guitar telling you to draw a circle and color in the bottom half, then he gets booed.
1. Pokemon Kakerukana? (Can You Draw Pokemon?)
2. Hai! Asa desu Yo! (Yes! It's Morning!)
3. Gunyagunya Gasu Gasu (Flexible Gas Gas)
4. Ah! Marumain! (Ah! Electrode!)
5. Crayon de Pokemon (Pokemon's Crayon in French)


Rocket Dan no Eien Ni
Released on December 10th, 1997. The first of Team Rocket's many CDs, this contains songs found in the first 50 or so episodes of the anime, including their theme song, and the anime's second ending song, sung by Nyasu/Meowth. Lucky Lucky is a song that doesn't appear in the anime, but it's Kojiro singing about picking up girls, and he puns about 40 Pokemon names into the lyrics. It is fantastic.
1. Rocket Dan no Eien Ni (Rocket Dan Forever)
2. Lucky Lucky (Lucky Lucky)
3. Nyasu no Uta (Nyasu's Song)
4. Rocket Dan no Eien Ni Karaoke
5. Nyasu no Uta Karaoke


W Get Daze Campaign! Special CD Utau Pokemon Zukan Vol. 1
Of all the CDs on this site, this one was the hardest to find information about. It's a bonus CD that came with the N64s of late '97-early '98, and it was given away at Nintendo Space World 1997. To my knowledge, no other Utau Pokemon Zukan CDs exist. Each song contains sung versions of a Pokemon's Pokedex entry, and each Pokemon is proceeded by its Game Boy call. First released in November 1997.
1. Utau Pokemon Zukan - Normal Pokemon Part 1 (Singing Pokedex - Normal Pokemon Part 1)
2. Utau Pokemon Zukan - Normal Pokemon Part 2 (Singing Pokedex - Normal Pokemon Part 2)
3. Utau Pokemon Zukan - Mushi Pokemon Part 1 (Singing Pokedex - Bug Pokemon Part 1)
4. Utau Pokemon Zukan - Mushi Pokemon Part 2 (Singing Pokedex - Bug Pokemon Part 2)