| Pokémon X|
10 Years of Pokémon
CD cover art
|Release date||March 27, 2007|
|Number of tracks||18|
Pokémon X: 10 Years of Pokémon is an album released for the tenth anniversary of Pokémon. It was first made available on the iTunes Music Store on October 3, 2006 and was released on CD with five extra tracks on March 27, 2007. It was produced by Koch Records.
- Pokémon Theme (3:18) (Season 1 Opening, Complete Version) by Jason Paige
- Pokérap (3:04) (Season 1 Ending, Complete Version) by James "D Train" Williams and Babi Floyd
- Pokémon World (1:02) (Season 2 Opening, TV Size) by Russell Velázquez
- 2.B.A. Master (4:04) (Pikachu's Jukebox, Complete Version) by Russell Velázquez
- Together Forever (3:55) (Pikachu's Jukebox, Complete Version) by J.P. Hartmann
- Double Trouble (3:53) (Pikachu's Jukebox, Complete Version) by Rachael Lillis, Eric Stuart, Maddie Blaustein, and Ted Lewis
- Pokémon Johto (2:54) (Season 3 Opening, Complete Version) by PJ Lequerica
- Pokérap GS (4:12)
- Born to Be a Winner (0:49) (Season 4 Opening, TV Size) by David Rolfe
- Believe in Me (0:47) (Season 5 Opening, TV Size) by David Rolfe
- I Wanna Be a Hero (0:49) (Season 6 Opening, TV Size) by David Rolfe
- This Dream (0:48) (Season 7 Opening, TV Size) by David Rolfe
- Unbeatable (1:01) (Season 8 Opening, TV Size) by David Rolfe
- Battle Frontier (1:05) (Season 9 Opening, Extended TV Size) by Jason Appleton
- Hoenn Pokérap (Season 6 - 9 Collection, Complete Version) by Ethan Eubanks
- Best Friends (2:26) by David Wolfert
- Stay Together (2:28) by Nini Camps
- Pokémon Go! (4:46) (Season 9 Ending, Complete Version) by Atsushi 'Toya' Tokuya
- Close to the time of this album's release, a bonus CD titled Exclusive Target Mix! Songs from the album Pokémon X: 10 Years of Pokémon was bundled with the DVD release of movie 9 in Target stores in the United States, Toys "R" Us also released a bonus CD with the DVD release of movie 9 entitled Exclusive Toys R Mix! Songs from the album Pokémon X: 10 Years of Pokémon in the United States.
- On the iTunes release, instead of é in song titles it was shown to be e, and "Pokémon Johto" was misnamed Pomemon Johto.
- On physical copies of the CD, track eighteen is listed as "Pokémon Go!". However, on the iTunes store release, it is named as "Go Pokémon Go".
|This article is part of Project Music, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Pokémon song, CD and musician.|