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Do you know what we love at RocketNews24? Our favorite Saturday morning cartoon themes re-imagined in different musical styles! There’s nothing like kicking back and hitting the ol’ nostalgia button and listening to a song in a way you never imagined possible. Well, just in time for the new Sailor Moon reboot, Sailor Moon Crystal, we’ve got a version of the ever popular “Moonlight Legend” that is going to Marty McFly you back to the 90s!

All around the world, fans are tuned onto the Internet to watch streams of the new Sailor Moon Crystal. At the time of the release (July 5), 12 different languages had been subtitled so people everywhere could enjoy watching our familiar clumsy heroine, Usagi! A brand new generation can grow up with Sailor Moon as she begins her Sailor Senshi life all over again! Unfortunately for us old school fans, the familiar “Moonlight Densetsu” or “Moonlight Legend” won’t be signaling the beginning of Sailor Moon Crystal episodes. No need to worry because Saturday Morning Slow Jams has our back.

An inspired slow jam cover of the familiar opening theme surely takes us back to the mid-90s when the only two anime competing for our attention were Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball Z. Enjoy the memories through both English and Japanese lyrics, but don’t close your eyes. You won’t want to miss out on 90’s Tambourine Guy on the right!

▼Everyone who grabs the tambourine at karaoke wants to be as amazing as this guy!

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If a slow jam cover isn’t your speed, how about this instrumental metal cover of “Moonlight Legend”?

If you are looking for something a little more big band jazz, how about Platina Jazz’s cover in their own signature style.

These surely have you in the mood to bring out your own “Moon Prism Power!” to transform into a beautiful sailor warrior. If that is the case, be sure to hop on over to Niconico’s Sailor Moon Crystal page where you can view each episode for free for just two weeks!

If you’re wondering about the new opening by Momoiro Clover Z, we’ve got that video here for you too.

Did you relive your childhood? Which version do you prefer? Let us know what you think!

Source: Netlab
Images: YouTube (ScottBradleeLovesYa)