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List of SSBU Music (Kingdom Hearts series)

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This is a list of music tracks pertaining to the Kingdom Hearts universe in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. These tracks are available to play on the Hollow Bastion stage, as well as Battlefield, Small Battlefield, Big Battlefield, and Final Destination.

Night of Fate[edit]

Night of Fate
Track Title Night of Fate
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [1]

Origin[edit]

Night of Fate is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track plays when the Heartless take over Destiny Islands, and later appears as the battle music for Traverse Town before defeating the Guard Armor. It reappears in Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories as the battle music for Destiny Islands, in Kingdom Hearts coded as the battle music for Traverse Town and Destiny Islands, and in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance as the theme that plays while fighting Ursula.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai talks about the rest of Sora's attacks outside of his 3-hit combos.

Destiny's Force[edit]

Destiny's Force
Track Title Destiny's Force
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [2]

Origin[edit]

Destiny's Force is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track plays when fighting Darkside on Destiny Islands and in the End of the World, as well as when fighting the Opposite Armor, Jafar's Genie form, Parasite Cage for the second time, Oogie's Manor, Phantom, and Behemoth in Traverse Town, Agrabah, Monstro, Halloween Town, Neverland, and Hollow Bastion, respectively.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai talks about Sora's up special, Aerial Sweep, and Sora's down special, Counterattack.

Shrouding Dark Cloud[edit]

Shrouding Dark Cloud
Track Title Shrouding Dark Cloud
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [3]

Origin[edit]

Shrouding Dark Cloud is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track plays when fighting major Heartless bosses, as well as when fighting Cloud Strife on Olympus Coliseum. It reappears in select battles in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, and a remix of it plays while fighting the Gigas for the first time while visiting Toy Box in Kingdom Hearts III.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai talks about Sora's neutral special attack, Magic.

Hand in Hand[edit]

Hand in Hand
Track Title Hand in Hand
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [4]

Origin[edit]

Hand in Hand is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track serves as the battle music for Traverse Town after Sora has defeated the Guard Armor. A reprise of Hand in Hand also plays in the post-credit scene of Kingdom Hearts as Sora, Donald, and Goofy all run after Pluto, who is holding a letter addressed from King Mickey, and the song has reappeared in the series multiple times since, including as the theme when using Attractions in Kingdom Hearts III.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai explains the Kingdom Hearts series, Sora's up taunt and his side special Sonic Blade, Sora's victory theme (from which this track originates), and Sora's Spirit Board.

Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II-[edit]

Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II-
Track Title Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II-
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [5]

Origin[edit]

Blast Away! -Gummi Ship II- is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track plays on Gummi Ship routes that lead to or from Agrabah, Monstro, Atlantica, Halloween Town, and Neverland. The song later reappears as a selectable track in the Ice Cream Beat minigame held by Huey, Dewey, and Louie in Disney Town in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai talks about Sora's attributes and his alternate costumes, and when making the announcement of the Kingdom Hearts games releasing on the Nintendo Switch. It is also used for Sora's Classic Mode credits.

Hollow Bastion[edit]

Hollow Bastion
Track Title Hollow Bastion
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [6]

Origin[edit]

Hollow Bastion is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track serves as the field music for Hollow Bastion.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai showcases the Hollow Bastion stage.

Scherzo Di Notte[edit]

Scherzo Di Notte
Track Title Scherzo Di Notte
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [7]

Origin[edit]

Scherzo Di Notte is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this track serves as the battle music for Hollow Bastion. The track reappeared in Kingdom Hearts II as the battle theme for Radiant Garden, Hollow Bastion's original form, and the track Black Garden from Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep is based on it as well.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai talks about the music tracks included with Sora.

Fragments of Sorrow[edit]

Fragments of Sorrow
Track Title Fragments of Sorrow
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX
Availability Downloadable
Link [8]

Origin[edit]

Fragments of Sorrow is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX. In Kingdom Hearts, this serves as the battle music for End of the World and is the battle theme for Roxas's Dive to the Heart in Kingdom Hearts II.

Lyrics[edit]

The lyrics to Fragments of Sorrow borrow some of the lyrics of 'Destati' (see below).

Italian English

Su rimembra tu trepida!
Su sveglia! Ehi ricorda!

Come on, remember, you who tremble!
Come on, wake up! Oh, remember!

Destati! Destati!
Forza, tenda la mano!
Destati! Destati!
È giunta l'ora!

Awaken! Awaken!
Come on, hold out your hand!
Awaken! Awaken!
The time has come!

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.5 ReMIX

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track is used in Sora's reveal trailer during the gameplay sequence. It was also used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai talks about Sora's 3-hit combo attacks.

Destati[edit]

Destati
Track Title Destati
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Availability Downloadable
Link [9]

Origin[edit]

Destati is not present in the game Kingdom Hearts itself. Rather, it's from the game's E3 2001 trailer. In Kingdom Hearts, a different arrangement of this (specifically Dive into the Heart -Destati-) serves as the battle music for Dive to the Heart, and when fighting Darkside for the first time. The original track from the trailer was later featured as a bonus track on the game's official soundtrack.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai prepares to fight as Sora against Cloud and Sephiroth, as well as when battling Master Hand and Crazy Hand in Sora's Classic Mode route. It is also the track used in the DLC Spirit Board for the Kingdom Hearts series.

Lyrics[edit]

Destati is written in Italian. The word "Destati" itself is an imperative to "awaken!" It accompanies the conflict of light over darkness, a major theme in the series.

Italian English

Destati!
Tendi la mano!

Awaken!
Hold out your hand!

È giunta l'ora,
Destati
Le porte verranno schiuse
(Destati, Destati, Destati)

The time has come,
Awaken
The doors will be parted
(Awaken, Awaken, Awaken)

Su rimembra tu trepida!
Su sveglia! Ehi ricorda!

Come on, remember, you who tremble!
Come on, wake up! Oh, remember!

Destati! Destati!
Forza, tenda la mano!
Destati! Destati!
È giunta l'ora!

Awaken! Awaken!
Come on, hold out your hand!
Awaken! Awaken!
The time has come!

E ancora una volta
Apriranno le porte!

And once again
They will open the doors!

Su rimembra tu trepida!
Su sveglia! Ehi ricorda!

Come on, remember, you who tremble!
Come on, wake up! Oh, remember!

Eh? Come? Non lo vuoi!?
Tuttavia t'appartiene
Ciò che hai perduto
Diventerà uno solo!

Eh? What? You do not want it!?
Still it belongs to you
What you have lost
Will become one!

Trivia[edit]

Strangely, this track has a specifier noting that the track is taken from the original Kingdom Hearts, despite listing the source as the very same. Other tracks that come from the original source do not list the game twice.

Dearly Beloved -Swing Version-[edit]

Dearly Beloved -Swing Version-
Track Title Dearly Beloved -Swing Version-
Universe Kingdom Hearts
Debut Game Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory
Availability Downloadable
Link [10]

Origin[edit]

This track is ported directly from Kingdom Hearts Melody of Memory. It is a jazzy arrangement of Dearly Beloved, the music that plays while on the opening menu in every Kingdom Hearts game, and this specific rendition is used for Melody of Memory's opening menu. It is only available to players who have played Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory on their Nintendo Switch and have purchased Challenger Pack 11 in Ultimate.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: KINGDOM HEARTS

From KINGDOM HEARTS Melody of Memory

The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Other Uses[edit]

This track was used during Battling with Sora when Sakurai addresses this track as special bonus content for players with both Challenger Pack 11 and a save file of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory.

Trivia[edit]

  • While not available in-game, "Hikari -KINGDOM Orchestra Instrumental Version-" from the original Kingdom Hearts is used in Sora's reveal trailer. Different versions of this song are also known overseas as "Simple and Clean".
  • Kingdom Hearts is the only series to feature a music track that can only be unlocked if the player has save data from another game, namely "Dearly Beloved -Swing Version-", which is unlocked with save data from Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. Previously, save data recognition only granted spirits.
    • The demo version of Melody of Memory does not unlock this song, due to it not creating save data on the system.
    • Unlike “MEGALOVANIA”, “Floral Fury”, and “Burning Town”, the respective songs obtained when purchasing the Sans, Cuphead, and Shantae Mii Fighter costumes, custom stages that have “Dearly Beloved -Swing Version-“ set as the song can still be downloaded and played on even if the player does not have save data of Melody of Memory, as long as the player has Challenger Pack 11, whereas stages with the aforementioned three songs cannot be downloaded at all without their respective Mii costumes. However, downloading and playing on such stages does not add the song to the player’s library.
  • Kingdom Hearts is the second DLC universe introduced in Ultimate to not have any remixes, the first being Dragon Quest. Unlike Dragon Quest however, Sora's victory theme is a new arrangement rather than also being directly sourced.
  • Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is the second of two games released in the 2020s to be represented in Smash via music, with the first being Minecraft Dungeons.
  • Kingdom Hearts and Minecraft are the only major series in Ultimate where all songs featured are named identically in both English and Japanese. All songs from Sonic The Hedgehog, Street Fighter and Tekken are listed in English even in the Japanese version, but the exact names vary.
  • Kingdom Hearts is one of three universes in Ultimate to feature songs from pre-release material, with the other two being The Legend of Zelda and Sonic the Hedgehog.