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Published by VegettoEX
21 May 2014, 9:00 AM EDT

Columbia Japan has just updated their listings for both versions of the “Kuu-Zen-Zetsu-Go” CD single — the regular and the “Limited Edition” versions — with cover art:

The regular edition uses the main piece of key promotional art for the Majin Boo arc of Dragon Ball Kai, while the “Limited Edition” version uses a new artwork collage. Unfortunately, the thumbnail versions are the only ones available so far. We will update this post as the full-sized versions make their way out to other retailer listings.

“Kuu-Zen-Zetsu-Go” is the second opening theme for Dragon Ball Kai and is currently being used for the Majin Boo arc. The song is performed by the group named “Dragon Soul” (comprised of Takayoshi Tanimoto and Takafumi Iwasaki), who also both performed and used their group’s name as the title of the song itself for the first opening theme.

The regular edition will retail for ¥1,200 plus tax (¥1,296) while the “Limited Edition” version (which will also come packed with a DVD) will go for ¥1,800 plus tax (¥1,944). Both versions of the CD single will be released in Japan 18 June 2014 and are available for pre-order at CDJapan.

There is also still no track listing for the disc. The CD single for the first opening theme (“Dragon Soul”) came packed with karaoke versions of the theme song and a bonus image song.

The CD single for the latest Dragon Ball Kai ending theme, “Dear Zarathustra” by the band Good Morning America, was just recently released in three versions.