From Dragon Ball Encyclopedia, the ''Dragon Ball'' wiki
Shunsuke Kikuchi (菊池 俊輔, Kikuchi Shunsuke) (born on November 1, 1931) is a prolific Japanese composer from Hirosaki. He specializes in incidental music for media such as television and film. He created the soundtrack for the Japanese Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z series.
Active since the early 1960s, he has been one of Japan's most highly demanded film and TV composers, working principally on tokusatsu and anime productions for children as well as violent action films, jidaigeki, and dorama. His works are comparatively more common in Toei Animation's productions. As of 2006, he is still active.
Background music composed by Kikuchi
- "Kyoufu no Ginyu Tokusentai"
- "Dai Nijuuikkai Tenka-Ichi Budokai"
- "Tenka Wakeme No Chou-Kessen"
- "Mashinki no Nemuri Hime"
- "Kono Yo De Ichi-Ban Tsuyoi Yatsu"
- "Kyoukugen Battaru! San Bai Suupa Saiya-jin"
- "Haran no Tenka-ichi Budokai"
- "Kamesennin Saigo no Mafuba"
- "Jinzoningen Machi E"
- "Ma Ni Ae!! Nanatsu no Doragonbaru"
- "Chikyuu Marugoto Chou-Kessen"