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This is a list of Music that originates from the Splatoon series that appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Tracklist

Note: All songs play on Moray Towers and all Smash Bros. stages in Ultimate.

Title Description Details Game of Origin
Splattack! (Original) One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Squid Squad.

This song was used in the teaser trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which also doubled as the Inklings' reveal trailer.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Splattack! (Remix) A brass-heavy ska remix of "Splattack!". Sections of the battle opening and "Now or Never!" can be heard in the beginning and the end, respectively. Arrangement Supervisor: Shohei Tsuchiya (ZUNTATA)

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: TAITO CORPORATION

Splatoon
Ink or Sink One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Squid Squad. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Seaskape An electronic remix of "Seaskape", another song that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. The instrumentation focuses heavily on the synths making it a stark contrast from the original's punk rock style. Arrangement Supervisor: Hirokazu Tanaka. ex

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo

Splatoon
Kraken Up One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Squid Squad. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Metalopod One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Squid Squad. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Split & Splat One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Chirpy Chips. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Now or Never! - Splatoon The song that plays when one minute remains in a Turf War. Directly ripped from Splatoon; however, in Ultimate, it has been edited down to 30 seconds. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Squid Squad.

It will play on Moray Towers only in a timed match and if a song from the first Splatoon is playing.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Now or Never! - Splatoon 2 The song that plays when one minute remains in a Turf War. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2; however, in Ultimate, it has been edited down to 30 seconds. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Wet Floor.

It will play on Moray Towers only in a timed match and if a song from Splatoon 2 is playing.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Now or Never! (Remix) An electronic remix of "Now or Never!". The song has been extended, now playing the track twice and adding a synth solo near the end, as well as now having a proper loop. Arrangement Supervisor: Yuzo Koshiro

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: Ancient-corp.

Splatoon
Ink Me Up The song that can play in Turf War and Ranked Battle matches during Splatfest events. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is performed, in-universe, by the Squid Sisters. It is also one of the songs they can play if they are summoned from an Assist Trophy. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Now or Never! (Splatfest Version) - Splatoon The song that plays when one minute remains in a Turf War during a Splatfest event. Directly ripped from Splatoon; however, in Ultimate, it has been edited down to 30 seconds. It is performed, in-universe, by the Squid Sisters.

It will play on Moray Towers only in a timed match and if "Ink Me Up" is playing.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Now or Never (Splatfest Version) - Splatoon 2 The song that plays when one minute remains in a Turf War during a Splatfest event. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2; however, in Ultimate, it has been edited down to 30 seconds. It is performed, in-universe, by the Off the Hook.

It will play on Moray Towers only in a timed match and if "Ebb & Flow", "Acid Hues", or "Muck Warfare" is playing.

Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Octoweaponry The boss battle theme against the Octoweapons in the Octo Valley campaign. The song is taken from the game's CD soundtrack, Splatune, as it combines the song's three segments that represent the three phases of the boss battle. The song will then only loop to the third segment once it has completed the first run. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Turquoise October. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
I Am Octavio The final boss battle theme that plays in the first phase against DJ Octavio, who composed the song himself in-universe. The song is taken from the game's CD soundtrack, Splatune, as it combines the song's three segments. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Calamari Inkantation The Squid Sisters' hit song that plays in the second phase of the final boss battle against DJ Octavio. Directly ripped from Splatoon. It is also one of the songs they can play if they are summoned from an Assist Trophy. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon
Bomb Rush Blush A dubstep and future bass remix of Callie's solo song, first heard in the Squid Sisters' concert at Niconico Chokaigi 2016. It features sawtooth synths, wobble bass, and an Amen break (a drumbeat composer Tomoya Ohtani is known to use very often in his arrangements, mainly from the Sonic the Hedgehog games he's worked on).

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

Arrangement Supervisor: Tomoya Ohtani

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: SEGA Games Co., Ltd.

Splatoon
Inkoming! One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Wet Floor. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Rip Entry One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Wet Floor. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Undertow One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Wet Floor. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Don't Slip One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Wet Floor. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Endolphin Surge One of the songs that can randomly play during Turf War and Ranked Battle matches. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by the band Wet Floor. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Ebb & Flow One of the songs that can randomly play in Turf War and Ranked Battle matches during Splatfest events. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by Off the Hook. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Acid Hues One of the songs that can randomly play in Turf War and Ranked Battle matches during Splatfest events. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by Off the Hook. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Muck Warfare One of the songs that can randomly play in Turf War and Ranked Battle matches during Splatfest events. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by Off the Hook. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2
Deluge Dirge One of the songs that can randomly play in Salmon Run mode. Directly ripped from Splatoon 2. It is performed, in-universe, by ω-3. Composition and Arrangement: Nintendo Splatoon 2

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