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This is a list of Music that originates from both the Fatal Fury series and various SNK games that appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, all of which come with the Terry Challenger Pack as a part of Fighters Pass Volume 1.

Tracklist

Note: All songs play on King of Fighters Stadium and all Smash Bros. stages in Ultimate.

Title Description Details Game of Origin
Haremar Faith Capoeira School - Song of the Fight (Believers Will Be Saved) - FATAL FURY A remix of the theme to Richard Meyer's stage, the Pao Pao Café. In a reference to Meyer's home country, the song uses Brazilian instrumentation such as a berimbau lead, a cavaquinho solo, and Portuguese vocals. Arrangement Supervisor: Masafumi Takada

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: Sound Prestige LLC.

Fatal Fury: King of Fighters
The Sea Knows - FATAL FURY The theme to Michael Max's stage, Sound Beach. Directly ripped from Fatal Fury. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury: King of Fighters
Kurikinton (Remix) - FATAL FURY 2 A remix of the theme to Terry Bogard's stage, West Albuquerque. The first half remains faithful to the original song while the second half features and an extended electric guitar solo and an electric organ solo.

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

Arrangement Supervisor: Noriyuki Iwadare

Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION

Fatal Fury 2
Kurikinton (Original) - FATAL FURY 2 The original version of "Kurikinton", directly ripped from Fatal Fury 2. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury 2
Kuri Kinton Flavor - KOF XIV The theme to the Transcontinental Railroad stage, directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV. The song itself is a remix of "Kurikinton". Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIV
Pasta - FATAL FURY 2 A remix of the theme to Andy Bogard's stage, Venice. In a reference to the stage's country of origin, it is a light and airy arrangement that uses an accordion for the melody while keeping the original's piano. A violin countermelody is also added to accompany the accordion. Arrangement Supervisor: Yoko Shimomura

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: midiplex Co., Ltd.

Fatal Fury 2
A New Poem That the South Thailand Wants to Tell - FATAL FURY 2 The theme to Joe Higashi's stage, Chiang Mai. Directly ripped from Fatal Fury 2. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury 2
Tarkun and Kitapy - FATAL FURY 2 A remix of the theme to Big Bear's stage, Alice Springs. This theme in turn is a remix of Big Bear/Raiden's theme, "Brave Raiden", from Fatal Fury: King of Fighters. It is a hard rock arrangement that plays the melody twice, with the second time deviating in its instrumentation. Arrangement Supervisor: Yusuke Takahama

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: TARGET ENTERTAINMENT INC,

Fatal Fury 2
Let's Go to Seoul - FATAL FURY 2 A remix of the theme to Kim Kaphwan's stage, Seoul. It is an intense rock arrangement with a focus on strings as well as a backing organ piano. Arrangement Supervisor: Michiko Naruke

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: Naru2 Co., Ltd.

Fatal Fury 2
The London March - FATAL FURY 2 A remix of the theme to Billy Kane's stage, London. A hard rock arrangement that keeps the original's focus on electric guitars while adding in additional synth instrumentation. Elements from the version heard in Real Bout Fatal Fury Special are incorporated into the mix. Arrangement Supervisor: Yusuke Takahama

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: TARGET ENTERTAINMENT INC.

Fatal Fury 2
The Working Matador - FATAL FURY 2 The theme to Laurence Blood's stage, Pamplona. Directly ripped from Fatal Fury 2. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury 2
Duck Dub Dub (Duck, You Too) - FATAL FURY SPECIAL The theme to Duck King's stage, the Bay Area. Directly ripped from Fatal Fury Special. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury Special
Soy Sauce for Geese - FATAL FURY SPECIAL The recurring theme that plays during the final match against Geese Howard. This particular version is directly ripped from his penultimate boss battle in Fatal Fury Special, which is widely regarded to be the more popular version of the theme as it is frequently used in later ports of the Fatal Fury series. It has also shown up in other crossovers, such as Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 and in Geese's DLC guest appearance for Tekken 7. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury Special
Soy Sauce for Geese - KOF XIV A heavy metal remix of Geese Howard's theme. Directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV, where it played in matches between Terry and Geese. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIV
Big Shot! - FATAL FURY 3 The theme to Terry's stage, Sound Beach. Directly ripped from Fatal Fury 3. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory
11th Street - FATAL FURY WILD AMBITION A remaster of the theme to Terry's stage, 11th Street. Done in the same big beat-style arrangement that replaces the original's MIDI instrumentation with their live counterparts. It also includes a lounge-style refrain from the song's CD soundtrack version of Wild Ambition. Arrangement Supervisor: Junichi Nakatsuru

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios Inc.

Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition
176th Street - KOF '99 The theme for the Fatal Fury Team (Terry, Andy, Joe, and Mai), directly ripped from The King of Fighters '99. The song itself is a remix of "11th Street". Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters '99
Ne! - KOF '94 The theme for the Women Fighters Team (King, Mai, and Yuri). Directly ripped from The King of Fighters '94. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters '94
DESERT REQUIEM ~Operation02UM~ - KOF 2002 UM The theme for the Ikari Warriors Team (Ralf, Clark, and Leona). Directly ripped from The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match. The song itself is a remix of their theme from The King of Fighters '95. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match
ESAKA!! - KOF 2002 UM The theme for the Japan Team (Kyo, Benimaru, and Goro). Directly ripped from The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match. The song itself is a remix of their theme from The King of Fighters '96. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match
Stormy Saxophone 2 - KOF '96 A remix of the theme for the Yagami Team (Iori, Mature, and Vice). It is an upbeat arrangement with the drums being played in double time. The second half features an extended electric guitar solo. Arrangement Supervisor: Noriyuki Iwadare

Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION

The King of Fighters '96
KD-0079+ - KOF 2002 UM The theme for the K' Team (K', Maxima, and Whip). Directly ripped from The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match. The song itself is a remix of their theme from The King of Fighters '99. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match
W.W.III - KOF XIV Whip's theme, directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV. The song itself is a remix of the theme for the Ikari Warriors Team (Ralf, Clark, Leona, and Whip) from The King of Fighters '99. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIV
Terry115 - KOF 2000 The theme for the Fatal Fury Team (Terry, Andy, Joe, and Blue Mary), directly ripped from The King of Fighters 2000. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters 2000
Street Dancer - KOF XI The theme for the Fatal Fury Team (Terry, Kim Kaphwan, and Duck King), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XI. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XI
New Order - KOF XIV The song that plays whenever Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami are in a match against each other. Directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV. The song itself is a remix of the theme for the Kusanagi-Yagami Team (Kyo, Iori, and Shingo) from The King of Fighters XI. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIV
Undercover - KOF 2002 UM The theme for the Agents Team (Vanessa, Seth, and Ramon), directly ripped from The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match
Cutting Edge - KOF 2002 UM The boss battle theme that plays in the final match against Krizalid. Directly ripped from The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match. The song itself takes a lot of cues from "Dear Falling Angel," Krizalid's original boss theme from The King of Fighters '99 Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match
The Second Joker - KOF XIII The battle theme that plays in the mid-boss match against Ash Crimson. Directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIII. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIII
Esaka Continues... - KOF XIII The theme for the Japan Team (Kyo, Benimaru, and Goro), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIII. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIII
Wild Street - KOF XIII The theme for the Fatal Fury Team (Terry, Andy, and Joe), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIII. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIII
Tame a Bad Boy - KOF XIII The theme for the Kim Team (Kim Kaphwan, Raiden, and Hwa Jai), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIII. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIII
KDD-0063 - KOF XIII The theme for the K' Team (K', Kula Diamond, and Maxima), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIII. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIII
Yappari ESAKA - KOF XIV The theme for the Japan Team (Kyo, Benimaru, and Goro), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIV
Departure from South Town - KOF XIV The theme for the Fatal Fury Team (Terry, Andy, and Joe), directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION The King of Fighters XIV
Theme of SYD - Alpha Mission A remix of the theme to Alpha Mission, SNK's vertical shoot-em-up. The orchestral arrangement takes many liberties with the original song as it had very limited instrumentation. The "Insert Credit" jingle, "Theme of SYD", and "SYD Overdrive" are incorporated into the mix. Arrangement Supervisor: Yoshihito Yano

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios Inc.

Alpha Mission
IKARI - KOF XIV Directly ripped from The King of Fighters XIV, it is the song that plays in matches between Ralf Jones and Clark Still. The song itself is a remix of the Ikari Warriors theme. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Ikari Warriors / The King of Fighters XIV
Forest World - Athena A remix of the theme to Athena, SNK's side-scrolling platformer. Much like "Theme of SYD", it takes many liberties with the original song as it also has limited instrumentation. It also is an orchestral arrangement that plays the melody thrice, with the third time raising the key by a half step. Arrangement Supervisor: Takafumi Sato

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios Inc.

Athena
Psycho Soldier Theme

(Original Japanese / Overseas Version)

A remix of the end credits theme to Psycho Soldier, another SNK side-scrolling platformer, and the spiritual successor to Athena. It is notable for being the first video game song to have lyrics. It is done in an orchestral rock style that is meant to mimic 80's anime theme songs. In the Japanese version, it keeps the original's three verses, while the English version replaces the second verse with a saxophone solo and repeats the first verse for the last part of the song. The vocals for both are performed by Kanako Kotera. See below for lyrics. Arrangement Supervisor: Yuzo Koshiro

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: Ancient-corp.

Psycho Soldier
ART of FIGHT - Art of Fighting A remix of the theme that was originally meant for the minor character Ryuhaku Todoh, though is now commonly associated with Ryo Sakazaki, the protagonist of the Art of Fighting trilogy (which is a prequel to Fatal Fury). The remix uses traditional Japanese instruments such as the shakuhachi and shamisen while keeping the original's deep bass. Arrangement Supervisor: Rio Hamamoto

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios Inc.

Art of Fighting
Art of Fighting Ver.230000000.0 - FATAL FURY SPECIAL The theme for the hidden boss fight against Ryo Sakazaki. Directly ripped from Fatal Fury Special; the song itself is a remix of "ART of FIGHT". Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Fatal Fury Special
Tuna - SAMURAI SHODOWN The theme to Galford D. Weller's stage, San Francisco. Directly ripped from Samurai Shodown, another one of SNK's famous fighting game series. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Samurai Shodown
Banquet of Nature - SAMURAI SHODOWN A faithful rendition of the theme to Nakoruru's stage, Hokkaido. It keeps the original's traditional Japanese instruments while adding backing electric guitars and a drumkit. Arrangement Supervisor: Masami Ueda

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: MIYABI GAME AUDIO INC.

Samurai Shodown
Gaia - SAMURAI SHODOWN A remix of the theme to Earthquake's stage, Texas Desert. It is a hard rock arrangement with a heavy focus on electric guitars and synths. The second half also features an electric guitar solo. Arrangement Supervisor: Yasushi Asada

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: noisycroak Co.,Ltd.

Samurai Shodown
Main Theme from Metal Slug - METAL SLUG A remix of the main theme to Metal Slug, SNK's side-scrolling run-and-gun series, that is done in an orchestral rock arrangement. It replaces the original's saxophone solo with a synth one. Arrangement Supervisor: Yasushi Asada

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: noisycroak Co.,Ltd.

Metal Slug
Assault Theme - METAL SLUG 1-3 A faithful rendition of the boss battle theme that plays when facing off against several antagonists including Hairbuster Riberts and General Morden in Metal Slug, Dragon Nosuke in Metal Slug 2, and Hi-Do and the fake General Morden in Metal Slug 3. It keeps the original's orchestral style while adding some synths into the instrumentation. Brief snippets of the main theme from the first Metal Slug can also be heard throughout the mix. Arrangement Supervisor: LindaAI-CUE

Composition: SNK CORPORATION

Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios Inc.

Metal Slug

Metal Slug 2

Metal Slug 3

Final Attack - METAL SLUG 1-6 A recurring song heard in several final missions and final boss fights throughout the Metal Slug series. These include the final mission of Metal Slug, against the Rungame mothership in Metal Slug 2, against RootMars in Metal Slug 3, against the Avatar of Evil in Metal Slug 5, and during the final mission of Metal Slug 6. The one heard in Ultimate is directly ripped from Metal Slug 5.

Despite the title and the in-game source list, the song does not actually appear in Metal Slug 4 as the final boss of that game, "The Doctor" of the Amadeus Syndicate, is given his own theme.

Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Metal Slug / Metal Slug 2 / Metal Slug 3 / Metal Slug 5 / Metal Slug 6
Judgment - METAL SLUG 2 The theme for the first mission, directly ripped from Metal Slug 2. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Metal Slug 2
Blue Water Fangs (The Island of Dr. Moreau) - METAL SLUG 3 The theme for the first mission, directly ripped from Metal Slug 3. Composition and Arrangement: SNK CORPORATION Metal Slug 3

"Psycho Soldier Theme" Lyrics

Japanese Romaji

SAIKO BŌRU ga hikari hanachi

ATENA no sugata terashi dasu no

SAIKO PAWĀ o kokoro ni himete

Hateshinai michi o hashiru

Ima wa mō aozora mienaikedo

FAIA! FAIA! SAIKO SORUJĀ

FAIA! FAIA! SAIKO SORUJĀ

SAIKO SŌDO ga yami o sai te

ATENA wa yume o sukui dasu no

Honō no yō ni moeru hitomi

Kibō no kake-ra o mitsume

Ima wa mada namida wa misenai wa

FAIA! FAIA! SAIKO SORUJĀ

FAIA! FAIA! SAIKO SORUJĀ

SAIKO BĪMU no kagayaki nokoshi

ATENA wa mirai o motome tabidatsu

Dare hitori shiranai ashita

Hi no tori no sugata karite

Doko made mo tsudzuku sorawotobu no

FAIA! FAIA! SAIKO SORUJĀ

FAIA! FAIA! SAIKO SORUJĀ

English

Athena’s name is magic

Mystery, it’s what you’ll see

Her crystal is the answer

Fighting fair to keep us free

She’s just a little girl with power inside, burning bright

You better hide if you are bad, she’ll get you

She’ll read your mind and find if you believe in right or wrong

Fire! Fire! Psycho Soldier

Fire! Fire! Psycho Soldier

Trivia

  • Fatal Fury is one of two universes to have tracks from other games from its parent company to be available in its tracklist, the other being Pac-Man.
  • According to Masahiro Sakurai, the large tracklist was a result of SNK surprisingly approving all 50 of their music proposals, instead of the expected 10 or 20.
    • Because of this 50-song tracklist, Fatal Fury:
  • "Haremar Faith Capoeira School - Song of the Fight (Believers Will Be Saved) - FATAL FURY" is the longest title in Smash, at 88 characters long.
  • The title "Tarkun and Kitapy" refers to the credited pseudonyms of the two original members of the SNK Sound Team; "Tarkun" refers to Toshikazu Tanaka, and "Kitapy" refers to Yoshihiko Kitamura (his full credit name being "Jojouha-Kitapy").
  • According to one of Masahiro Sakurai's bi-weekly columns for Famitsu magazine, both versions of "Psycho Soldier Theme" were recorded 6 months ahead of release and that 80 individual tracks went into the final mix of the song.
  • The original versions of "ART of FIGHT", "Banquet of Nature", and "Stormy Saxophone 2", as well as the opening movie theme to The King of Fighters '94 were all used in Terry's reveal trailer but are not available in Ultimate itself.
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