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Pokemon 3 the Ultimate Soundtrack (2001 Film) Enhanced, Soundtrack

3.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 3 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: eOne Music
  • ASIN: B00005BGWG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #82,920 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Pokemon Johto - Movie version
2. To Know the Unknown
3. Pikachu (I Choose You)
4. All We Wanna Do
5. He Drives Me Crazy
6. You & Me & Pokemon
7. Song of Jigglypuff
8. Pokemon GS
9. Two Perfect Girls
10. Pokemon Johto
11. Biggest Part Of My Life
12. Medley From "Spell Of My Life"
13. Pikachu (Karaoke)
14. Songs Of Jigglypuff (Karaoke)
15. You & Me & Pokemon (Karaoke)
16. Pokerap - TV video (Bonus Video Track)
17. Scene from Pokemon 3: The Movie (song is Pokemon Johto) (Bonus Video Track)

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Pokemon 3 The Ultimate Soundtrack (2001 Film)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: Audio CD
Being interested primarily in score music, I bought this CD mainly for my two nephews, who are both Pokemon mad. I have the soundtracks from the previous two movies and, while they are okay in general, there are only a few songs off each that I really enjoy listening to over and again.
I was stunned (and thrilled), upon purchasing the Pokemon 3 soundtrack, to discover the second disk was dedicated entirely to score music. I have little interest in the lame songs from the TV show itself. I took my nephews to see the 3rd movie in the cinema, and it was the music above and beyond anything else that really caught my attention. I held off on buying the CD for so long, though, because I thought it was just a mixture of those same old ridiculous songs (ie, Two Perfect Girls), and just the one medley of music from the movie.
I half wish I had bought it sooner, now, though I would have had to pay much more than what I actually did. (I got the double CD for just five dollars)
Of all the tracks on the score, track 6 would have to be my favourite. It has all the energy and tension that made sitting through a movie a halfway enjoyable experience. The other tracks (I can't provide a name for any of them, because there was no track list provided for the score CD) were all just as good, and there was a nice added bonus of the 'Legend Comes to Life', Lugia's theme from the Pokemon 2000 CD.
All in all, the addition of a full score CD to this collection has made it one hundred percent worth having.
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Format: Audio CD
Now I loved Pokemon 3. It was without the best of the 4 movies(although it did fairly poor at the box office). I wanted this soundtrack after seeing the movie in theaters. So I got it. The soundtrack is wonderful, the songs are bouncy and fun, and To Know the Unknown is my all time favorite song. But the thing is, there are really no new songs besides 3. So if you bought Totally Pokemon, this soundtrack is a rip. By the way, now Amazon is trying to sell Pokemon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack and Totally Pokemon together. Anyway... KOCH played it well market-wise, but not customer-satisfaction wise. By the way, KOCH got the rights to the 3rd movie soundtrack because they handle all the rest of the soundtracks, and because ATLANTIC DIDN'T WANT THE RIGHTS!! Don't you get it? Pokemon is in decline! Not many artists would WANT to sing on a Pokemon soundtrack! So that's why Atlantic "didn't get the rights", BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T WANT THEM!!! But anyway, buy this soundtrack if you don't already have Totally Pokemon.
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By A Customer on June 21 2001
Format: Audio CD
In my personal opinion this CD is QUITE worth it. Granted, it does have a lot of music on it that was already released, but if you don't buy every new CD as it comes out and only look for the ones with a lot I'd suggest this one. It has a lot more to it than you might think. Lesse...it's got Johto in both the movie versoin (my faverite!) and the TV version, the cover-thingy pulls out into a poster with ALL 252 Pokémon on in, it's got the three karaoke tracks which are pretty fun, the track from the 3rd movie (nothing spectacular but neat just the same), oh, and lets see...am I missing anything...OH YEAH! The ultamate part! (heh, probably the reason it's called the ultamate soundtrack, duh!) It's got movies!!!! Pop the CD into your computer and check out the NEW PokéRAP YET to be released! It's pretty cool. Oh, and don't forget the ACTUAL SCENE FROM THE MOVIE! If you've seen the movie, it's from the beginning during the first battle scene where they play Johto the movie version. IT'S AWESOME!!! Totally worth it, I'd buy the CD just for the two little movies! ^_^
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Format: Audio CD
I do not, in any way, like the way this CD was put together. For the uninitiated, the story goes something like this:
Back in January, a "Totally Pokémon" CD was released. This CD had 12 tracks featuring songs from the Johto Journeys TV show. These tracks included Pokémon Johto, as well as the closing themes (Pikachu, All We Wanna Do, Two Perfect Girls, You & Me & Pokémon, Song of Jigglypuff) and even a new Pokérap.
Let's change back to the present. The marketing "geniuses" at KOCH Records have released the soundtrack to Pokémon 3: The Movie. Using their great marketing logic, they figured that they could make a couple of bucks by taking the Totally Pokémon CD, putting 2 or 3 new tracks on it, changing the title, and selling it as the soundtrack to Pokémon 3.
I don't like this. Some of us have already shelled out $15 for Totally Pokémon, and if KOCH expects us to pay that amount again for three whole new tracks, they're dead wrong.
It's obvious that this was an attempt at raking in some money, without spending any.
I still think getting Atlantic Records to do this soundtrack would've been the best option, but if they really *did* want to use little money, they could've released the Pokémon 3 soundtrack as a single, without all the rehash. Or, they could keep it an album, but get new renditions of all the songs. Or, they could include a bit more of the musical score on the CD. Either way, all the re-hash would be avoided.
And to top it all off, the soundtrack is overpriced. Great.
My final verdict? If you've already purchased "Totally Pokémon", don't buy this CD unless you're a REALLY hardcore fan. If you don't have Totally Pokémon, it might be worth it.
*MIGHT* be worth it.
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