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This is a list of Music that originates from ARMS that appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, all of which come with the Min Min Challenger Pack as a part of Fighters Pass Volume 2.

Tracklist

Note: All songs play on Spring Stadium and all Smash Bros. stages in Ultimate.

Title Description Details
ARMS Grand Prix Official Theme Song An uptempo electronic remix of the theme to ARMS. The first half remains faithful to the original, while the second goes into a more hard rock style that incorporates elements from "[NAME REDACTED]" and "Sky Arena" into the mix. It was arranged by the game's original composer, Atsuko Asahi.

This song is used in Min Min's reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Arrangement Supervisor: Atsuko Asahi

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo

Spring Stadium The theme to Spring Man's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself is an alternate arrangement of the game's theme. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Ramen Bowl An uptempo remix of the theme to Min Min's stage. It mostly remains faithful to the original while also including additional instrumentation such as piano, electric guitar, and slap bass. Elements of "Spring Stadium" and "Sky Arena" are also incorporated into the mix. It was arranged by the game's original composer, Atsuko Asahi. Arrangement Supervisor: Atsuko Asahi

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo

Ribbon Ring The theme to Ribbon Girl's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The vocals are sung in-universe by Ribbon Girl herself, as she is a famous popstar in the world of ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Ninja College The theme to Ninjara's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Mausoleum The theme to Master Mummy's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Scrapyard The theme to Mechanica's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Cinema Deux The theme to Twintelle's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself is a funk variant of the game's theme. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Buster Beach The theme to Byte & Barq's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Snake Park The theme to Kid Cobra's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself incorporates a wobbly synth variant of the game's theme. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
DNA Lab The theme to Helix/DNA Man's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself is a techno variant of the game's theme. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Sky Arena The theme to Max Brass's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Via Dolce The theme to Lola Pop's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Temple Grounds The theme to Misango's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Sparring Ring The theme to Springtron's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself is a house remix of the game's theme. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
[NAME REDACTED] The theme to Dr. Coyle's stage, directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself is house remix of "Sky Arena" Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
Vs. Hedlok The battle theme that plays in a fight against Hedlok during a Party Match session. Directly ripped from ARMS. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo
ARMS Grand Prix Final Battle The boss battle theme that plays in the final match of the Grand Prix against either Max Brass or Dr. Coyle, who are under the control of Hedlok. Directly ripped from ARMS. The song itself is a heavy metal remix of "Sky Arena". Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo

Trivia

  • The song "[NAME REDACTED]" had initially caused confusion to players unfamiliar with ARMS after Min Min's presentation, believing that the song's title had been actually redacted. This resulted in the song name being a trending topic on Twitter for a brief time.
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