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La Cumbia de Goku transforms the Spirit Bomb into a dance

9:35 PM on 04.23.2013

Salvador GRodiles

Senior Editor

Caada de la Cumbia! Oaxaca, Mexico!

Well, I never thought that I would live to see the day that we get a Cumbia song about Dragon Ball Z. Jumping into the Fusion Dance, two Mexican music groups known as Cañada de la Cumbia and Los Weyes Que Tocan join forces to create La Cumbia de Goku, a silly music video that contains an important message. And that message is a wish to have Mario Catañeda (Goku's voice actor for the Spanish dub of the original DBZ series) appear in the Spanish dub of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods.

Even if the Mario Catañeda wish isn't the objective of this song, it would be amazing if La Cumbia de Goku influences the casting for the film's dub in Latino America. Seeing how their views have exceeded Super Saiyan levels already, I wouldn't be too surprised if wish comes true.

For those who don't speak Spanish, the song is about the joyous feeling that comes from dancing La Cumbia de Goku, which is expressed by incorporating DBZ attacks into dance moves. As you tune in, make sure to raise your hands for the Spirit Bomb! Also, I find it hilarious that there's a taco restaurant called Taqueria Goku. 

[via Destructoid

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