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Shuki Levy & Kussa Mahehi

Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Shuki Levy & Kussa Mahehi

Shuki Levy and Kussa Mahehi composed the score for the original 90s English dub of popular anime Dragon Ball Z, known as the Ocean dub. The name Kussa Mahehi (also spelled Kussa Machi) is a pseudonym used by Haim Saban, founder of Saban Entertainment, which funded the Ocean dub. The score featured uncredited work by Ron Wasserman, who composed the darker pieces.

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1) Dragonball Z Main Title 2) Main Title 3) The World's Strongest Team 4) Gohan's Metamorphosis 5) Goku's Unusual Journey 6) The Arrival of Raditz 7) Gohan's Hidden Powers 8) Home For Infinite Losers 9) Trouble On Arlia 10) Gohan Makes a Friend 11) Escape From Piccolo 12) Princess Snake's Hospitality 13) Rock the Dragon 14) -Rajang- Dragonball Z Main Title 15) Princess Snakes Hospitality 16) End Title 17) 01 - Main Title 18) Dragon Ball Z Main Title 19) Gohan's Metamorphasis 20) Gravity Malfunction 21) Rock the Dragon (Main Title) 22) 02 - The Arrival Of Raditz 23) 03 - The World's Strongest Team 24) The Chase 25) Goku's Death 26) Evil 27) Grief 28) Recap 29) Massive Battle Theme (Reworked) 30) Impending Doom 31) Raditz's Weakness 32) Arlian combat 33) Piccolo Kills Goku And Raditz 34) The Final Stand 35) Genki Dama Battle Theme 36) Duel of Ages 37) Genki Dama 38) End Of Beam Battle 39) The Chase (extended) 40) Recap Short 41) Saiyans from the Past 42) Jeice and Burter Rush Goku 43) The Chase (Alternate) 44) Kakarot vs Vegeta 45) Vegeta Powers Up 46) Jeice and Burter Theme 47) Happy Moment 48) Piccolo vs. Piccolo 49) Goku & Piccolo vs. Raditz 50) Gohan attacks Raditz

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