Shunsuke Kikuchi (菊池 俊輔 was a prolific Kikuchi Shunsuke)Japanese composer and arranger. Having been active since 1961, Kikuchi composed for a wide array of Japanese media. Early in his career he was known for composing the scores for tokusatsu productions such as the Gamera and Kamen Rider series, and animation such as Doraemon. Kikuchi is perhaps most famous as the composer for the highly influential anime Dragon Ball Z. In more recent years, he composed insert songs for the Super Sentai series. Kikuchi passed away on April 24, 2021 at age 89 due to aspiration pneumonia.
- The Snake Girl and the Silver-Haired Witch (1968) - Composer
- Gamera vs. Guiron (1969) - Composer
- Gamera vs. Jiger (1970) - Composer
- Gamera vs. Zigra (1971) - Composer
- Jumborg Ace (TV 1973) - Composer, arranger ["Jumborg Ace" / "Shine, PAT" / "Fight! Jumborg 9" / "Ace and Nine"]
- Kure Kure Takora (TV 1973-1974) - Composer, arranger ["Kure Kure Takora" / "In the Wondrous Wonder Forest"]
- Gamera Super Monster (1980) - Composer
- Andro Melos (TV 1983) - Composer ["Andro Melos" / "Come Home, Andro Melos"]
- Ultraman Zoffy (1984) - Composer, arranger ["Ultraman Zoffy"]
- Ultraman Story (1984) - Composer, arranger ["Ultraman Story: The Legendary Star" / "Warrior of Love Taro"]
- Ultraman Kids: The Movie (1984) - Composer
- Ultraman Kids (TV 1986) - Composer, arranger ["Kids Cha-Cha-Cha"]
- Nine Lives (1991) - Composer [Japanese version]
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