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Bruce Faulconer is an American musician and one of the composers used in the English-FUNimation dub of the popular anime Dragon Ball Z. He is the owner and founder of Faulconer Productions - an award-winning music creation facility, as well as CakeMix Recording. He and his team’s score was first used on Dragon Ball Z in 1999 during the Frieza Saga, replacing the previous score by Shuki Levy. It was used until 2003. He left the franchise after Dragon Ball Z’s original dub was completed due to disputes with FUNimation.

Edited by Omnigraph on 15 Mar 2015, 20:58

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