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Preview of FLOW's “Cha-La Head Cha-La” for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods


As reported last month, Japanese rock band FLOW will be covering the song “CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA”, for the upcoming 2013 film, “Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods”. And finally, here's a clear preview of it.

This was recorded from a New Year presentation of Tokyo FM


The original version was sung by Hironobu Kageyama, and was featured on the first 199 episodes of Dragon Ball Z in 1989.

Taking place during the manga's "lost decade", “Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods” premieres March 30th, 2013.

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4 Responses
  1. Hmmm, ok. Timely rendition for this generation. Kageyama's powerful voice and original rendition is still unbeatable though.


  2. Anonymous Says:

    well flow ver. is fine but still it would be better if either Kageyama or the JAM Project sang it!


  3. Anonymous Says:

    The vocal's nice and all but for me it's still Kageyama>Padilla>FLOW


  4. Marco Says:

    Hmm... I really like FLOW, but I guess I will have to train myself, get used to it to start liking this song... Seriously, they even used autotunes, this is a really contra, negative point of the song... I think...

    I would say that at least for know I prefer Konata's (Luck Star) version than FLOW's... XD


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