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This is a list of Music that originates from the Pikmin series that have appeared throughout the Super Smash Bros. series.

Tracklist

Note: All songs that appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate play on all Pikmin and Smash Bros. stages.

Title Description Details Game of Origin Appears In
Main Theme (Original) - Pikmin The main theme directly ripped from Pikmin.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and for 3DS, as well as in Garden of Hope in for Wii U.

In The Subspace Emissary, it plays in Outside the Ancient Ruins.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Pikmin SSBB Icon.png SSB4 Icon.png SSBU Icon.png
Main Theme (Remix) - Pikmin A remix of the Pikmin theme; it is done in a fast-paced orchestral rock style that contrasts the original's calm and ambient tribal style.

This song was previewed on the official website for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Arrangement Supervisor: Hideki Sakamoto

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: noisycroak Co., Ltd.

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Forest of Hope The theme for the Forest of Hope region. The second half of the song adds the percussion heard when battling enemies. Directly ripped from Pikmin.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and in Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Pikmin SSBB Icon.png SSB4-U Icon.png SSBU Icon.png
Stage Clear / Title Theme - Pikmin An orchestral arrangement that combines the "End of Day" theme and the title theme from Pikmin. The first half is faithful remaster of "End of Day" while the second half is a more fast-paced and frantic arrangement of the title theme.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and in Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Arrangement Supervisor: Kentaro Ishizaka

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

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Ai no Uta The song that was released in Japan as a promotional single for Pikmin, performed by an anonymous image band under the name of Strawberry Flower. As it is the full track, it does not properly loop, as it will stop and then replay the whole song again. See below for lyrics.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Composition and Arrangement: © Strawberry Flower Pikmin SSBB Icon.png
Ai no Uta (French Version) The French version of "Ai no Uta" that was used in TV advertisements for Pikmin in France. It features a new instrumental and a new vocalist and is much shorter, lasting only 30 seconds; as the track abruptly ends, it makes the loop sound jarring as there is a brief pause inbetween the end and the beginning of the track.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Composition and Arrangement: © Strawberry Flower Pikmin SSBB Icon.png
Environmental Noises A recording of ambient forest and jungle noises, much like the ones heard in the Pikmin series. This can be considered an original Smash Bros. track, as it was specifically recorded for Brawl.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and in Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Arrangement Supervisor: Takahiro Nishi

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: GAME ARTS Co., Ltd.

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World Map - Pikmin 2 An orchestral arrangement of the world map theme from Pikmin 2, which itself is a variation of the game's main theme. Samples of the world map theme from the original Pikmin can be heard throughout. Its instrumentation features bagpipes, flute, strings, and mandolin.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and in Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

This song was previewed on the official website for Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Arrangement Supervisor: Yasunori Mitsuda

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: PROCYON STUDIO

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Stage Select - Pikmin 2 Another remix of the world map theme from Pikmin 2; compared to the previous remix, this version is much slower with an upbeat percussion and is much more orchestral.

This song is used in Distant Planet and Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.

Arrangement Supervisor: Masashi Hamauzu

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo

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Tane no Uta The full Japanese promotional single that was released as a tie-in with Pikmin 2, once again performed by Strawberry Flower. It was used in TV advertisements for the game. See below for lyrics.

This song is used in Distant Planet in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Composition and Arrangement: © PAPA DAISUKE

Lyrics: DENTSU INC. KANSAI

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Garden of Hope (Original) The theme for the Garden of Hope region. Directly ripped from Pikmin 3.

This song is used in Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Pikmin 3 SSB4-U Icon.png SSBU Icon.png
Garden of Hope (Remix) An orchestral arrangement that combines the Garden of Hope theme and the Bingo Battle theme from Pikmin 3. The latter itself a remix of the theme for The Impact Site from the first Pikmin. Arrangement Supervisor: Yoshino Aoki

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: Unique Note Co., Ltd.

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Mission Mode - Pikmin 3 An upbeat acoustic remix of the Mission Mode theme from Pikmin 3. The instrumentation incorporates vocals from multiple Pikmin.

This song is used in Garden of Hope in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Arrangement Supervisor: Taku Inoue

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: BANDAI NAMCO Studios Inc.

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The Keeper of the Lake The boss battle theme that plays when fighting the Long Water Dumple. Directly ripped from Hey! Pikmin. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Hey! Pikmin SSBU Icon.png
Flashes of Fear The boss battle theme that plays when fighting the Electric Cottonade. Directly ripped from Hey! Pikmin. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Hey! Pikmin SSBU Icon.png
Over Wintry Mountains The theme for the fourth special course. Directly ripped from Hey! Pikmin. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Hey! Pikmin SSBU Icon.png
Fragment of Hope The final battle theme that plays in the third phase against Berserk Leech Hydroe. Directly ripped from Hey! Pikmin. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Hey! Pikmin SSBU Icon.png

Lyrics

Ai no Uta (Japanese Romaji)

Hikkonukarete, anata dake ni tsuite yuku.

Kyou mo hakobu, tatakau, fueru, soshite taberareru.

Hottakasarete, mata atte nagerarete.

Demo watashitachi anata ni shitagaitsukushimasu.

Sorosoro asonjaou ka na.

Sotto dekakete miyou ka naante.

Aa..., aa... ano sora ni...

Koi toka, shinagara...

Ironna inochi ga ikiteiru kono hoshi de,

Kyou mo hakobu, tatakau, fueru, soshite taberareru.

Hikkonukarete, atsumatte, tobasarete.

Demo watashitachi ai shite kure to wa iwanai yo.

Sorosoro asonjaou ka na.

Motto ganbatte miyou ka naante.

Aa..., aa... ano sora ni...

Koi toka, shinagara...

Chikara awasete, tatakatte, taberarete,

Demo watashitachi anata ni shitagaitsukushimasu.

Tachimukatte, damatte, tsuitette,

Demo watashitachi ai shite kure to wa iwanai yo.

Tane no Uta (Japanese Romaji)

Aka pikumin wa hi ni tsuyoi

Ao pikumin wa oborenai

Kii pikumin wa takaku tobu

Murasaki pikumin chikara mochi

Shiro Pikumin niwa

Doku ga aru

Kosei ga iroiro ikite iru yo

Atama no teppen me wo dashite

Sono me ga happa ni sodattara

Sono ha wa tsubomi ni chijikomari

Sono tsubomi kara hana saita

Minna atsumatte

Kirei deshou

Kosei wa iroiro sakasemashou

Akai yuuhi ga moeteru

Aoi umi kara kao dashite

Kiiroi hoshi ga umaretara

Murasaki iro no yoake kara

Shiroi ichinichi ga

Hajimaru yo

Kosei ga iroiro utsukushii ne

Trivia

  • "Ai no Uta" and "Tane no Uta" are the first promotional singles to be included in Smash Bros.
    • This is discounting "Jump Up, Super Star!" from Super Mario Odyssey, as that song can also be heard in-game.
      • However, there is an Easter Egg in Pikmin 2 where the Pikmin can sing the song's melody if Olimar manages to gather 20 of each type.
    • The band behind the two songs, Strawberry Flower, is the first digital band to be credited in Smash. Press releases described the group as being comprised of the five main species of Pikmin (before the introduction of Rock and Flying Pikmin), while the actual human members have since remained anonymous.
      • As both tracks and the French version of "Ai no Uta" are owned by the band, they are most likely the reason all three songs have only appeared in Brawl.
        • Pikmin shares this unique distinction with Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Dragon Quest, the first two Sonic the Hedgehog games, Culdcept, Soma Bringer, and Style Savvy: Styling Star, as they all have songs not owned by the IP holder but by a third-party group instead.
    • "Ai no Uta" is the only song in Smash to be certified Double Platinum by the RIAJ (Recording Industry Association of Japan), as the single ended up outselling the very game it was meant to promote.
  • "Ai no Uta (French Version)" is the only song in Smash to be specifically made for advertisements. It is also the only foreign language song to not be sung in Japanese.
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