List of SSBU Music (Pokémon series)

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This is a list of music tracks pertaining to the Pokémon universe in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. All tracks listed here are available to play on the seven Pokémon stages in the game: Saffron City, Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Stadium 2, Spear Pillar, Unova Pokémon League, Prism Tower and Kalos Pokémon League.

Contents

Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (64)[edit]

Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (64)
Track Title Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (64)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Default
Link [1]

Origin[edit]

Returning from the original Super Smash Bros. for the first time, this track is a remix of the opening theme to Pokémon Red & Blue. It is faithful to the original composition; the overall instrumentation is a synthesized emulation of an orchestral performance, primarily focusing on brass and strings.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement Supervisor: Hirokazu Ando

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケットモンスター 赤・緑 : メインテーマ [64], Pocket Monsters Red/Green: Main Theme [64]

Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (Melee)[edit]

Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (Melee)
Track Title Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (Melee)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Default
Link [2]

Origin[edit]

Composed for the Pokémon Stadium stage in Melee, this track is a remix of Pokémon's Main Theme. Though largely similar to the previous remix with the same focus on brass and strings, it now uses a live orchestra and choir.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement Supervisor: Shogo Sakai

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケットモンスター 赤・緑 : メインテーマ [DX], Pocket Monsters Red/Green : Main Theme [DX]

Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (Brawl)[edit]

Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (Brawl)
Track Title Main Theme - Pokémon Red & Blue (Brawl)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Unlockable
Link [3]

Origin[edit]

An arrangement of the theme during the opening cutscene and title themes of the original Pokémon games made for Brawl. This incarnation starts as an electric guitar solo before going into an orchestrated version, which incorporates more woodwinds as well as the traditional brass and strings. For the final loop, the melody is raised in key by three half steps.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement: Seiji Momoi

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケットモンスター 赤・緑 : メインテーマ [X], Pocket Monsters Red/Green: Main Theme [X]

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Pokémon Trainer's character trailer on the official website and in their Classic Mode credits.

Road to Viridian City - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue[edit]

Road to Viridian City - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Track Title Road to Viridian City - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Default
Link [4]

Origin[edit]

This track is an arrangement of two tracks in Pokémon Red & Blue: the piece starts with a march-styled orchestral remix of the Route 1 theme (also heard in Route 2), then transitions to a brass-led rock remix of the same theme, before finally ending with a calming mandolin-based remix of the Viridian City theme (also heard in Pewter City).

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement Supervisor: Shogo Sakai

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: トキワへの道-マサラより / ニビシティ (ポケットモンスター 赤・緑), Road to Viridian - From Pallet / Pewter City (Pocket Monsters Red/Green)

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Pikachu's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits.

Pokémon Center - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue[edit]

Pokémon Center - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Track Title Pokémon Center - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Default
Link [5]

Origin[edit]

This track is another orchestrated remix of a music track in Pokémon Red & Blue, this time being the music that plays in the Pokémon Center, which in itself is a light remix of the main theme. It originally debuted in Brawl. The song begins in the key of F major, which most closely resembles the FireRed and LeafGreen iteration of the tune; after the first loop, it drops to D major, which matches the original Red and Blue version. It then rises to E major, and finally back to F major for the loop.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement Supervisor: Kentaro Ishizaka

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケモンセンター (ポケットモンスター 赤・緑), Pokémon Center (Pocket Monsters Red/Green)

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Jigglypuff's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits.

Pokémon Gym/Evolution - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue[edit]

Pokémon Gym/Evolution - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Track Title Pokémon Gym/Evolution - Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Default
Link [6]

Origin[edit]

This track, returning from Brawl, is an arrangement of two well-recognised music pieces that debuted in Pokémon Red & Blue. The first piece is an orchestral remix of the music that plays inside a Pokémon Gym, done with a brassy, percussive style similar to march; the second piece is the music that plays when a Pokémon evolves, done in an orchestral rock style with electric guitar.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement: Kenichi Okuma

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケモンジム / 進化 (ポケットモンスター 赤・緑), Pokémon Gym / Evolution (Pocket Monsters Red/Green)

Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue Medley[edit]

Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue Medley
Track Title Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue Medley
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Red & Blue
Availability Default
Link [7]

Origin[edit]

This track is a synthesized medley of three music pieces from the first generation of Pokémon: "Battle! (Trainer Battle)", "Battle! (Gym Leader Battle)" and "Battle! (Wild Pokémon)". The overall piece has an airy feeling, using a combination of synth voices with orchestral instrumentation. This track was previously titled "Poké Floats", as it was originally played on the stage of the same name in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue

Arrangement Supervisor: Hirokazu Ando

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケットモンスター 赤・緑 メドレー, Pocket Monsters Red/Green Medley

Pokémon Gold / Pokémon Silver Medley[edit]

Pokémon Gold / Pokémon Silver Medley
Track Title Pokémon Gold / Pokémon Silver Medley
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Gold & Silver
Availability Default
Link [8]

Origin[edit]

This track is a synthesized medley of three music pieces from Pokémon Gold & Silver: "Battle! (Wild Pokémon—Johto Version)", "Battle! (Gym Leader—Johto Version)", and "Battle! (Champion)". It has a orchestral rock style with a mix of symphonic and synthesized instruments. Prior to Ultimate, this track was titled "Battle Theme" in Melee and Brawl and "Pokémon Stadium 2" in SSB4.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Gold / Pokémon Silver

Arrangement Supervisor: Hirokazu Ando

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ポケットモンスター 金・銀 メドレー, Pocket Monsters Gold/Silver Medley

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Pichu's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits.

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire[edit]

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire
Track Title Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire
Availability Default
Link [9]

Origin[edit]

This track is an orchestrated remix of the music that plays when Brendan, May or Wally encounters a non-legendary wild Pokémon in Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire, and also Pokémon Emerald. It is very faithful to the original song, essentially playing as a remastered version.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire

Arrangement Supervisor: Shogo Sakai

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!野生ポケモン (ポケットモンスター ルビー・サファイア), Battle! Wild Pokémon (Pocket Monsters Ruby/Sapphire)

Victory Road - Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire[edit]

Victory Road - Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire
Track Title Victory Road - Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire
Availability Default
Link [10]

Origin[edit]

This track is a remix of the music that played when Brendan or May explored Victory Road in Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire, which also plays in the Pokémon League area once the player has stepped through the door protected by two guards. The track also returned for Pokémon Emerald as well as the Generation III remakes, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. As opposed to the original march-style feeling of the original song, this remix has more of a progressive rock style, while retaining the prominent swung rhythm.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Ruby / Pokémon Sapphire

Arrangement: Motoi Sakuraba

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: チャンピオンロード (ポケットモンスター ルビー・サファイア), Champion Road (Pocket Monsters Ruby/Sapphire)

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Mewtwo's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits.

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl[edit]

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl
Track Title Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
Availability Unlockable
Link [11]

Origin[edit]

An orchestrated remix of the wild Pokémon battle theme from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. This track returns from Brawl after not being included in SSB4, thus scrapping the SSB4 remix. The remix is fairly close to the orchestral, low tones of the original, but with additional electronic elements.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl

Arrangement: Yuka Tsujiyoko

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!野生ポケモン (ポケットモンスター ダイヤモンド・パール), Battle! Wild Pokémon (Pocket Monsters Diamond/Pearl)

Battle! (Team Galactic)[edit]

Battle! (Team Galactic)
Track Title Battle! (Team Galactic)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
Availability Default
Link [12]

Origin[edit]

This track is a remix of the music that will play when Lucas or Dawn fought a Team Galactic grunt in Pokémon Diamond/Pearl. It originally debuted in Brawl. In comparison to the original, it retains the original orchestral rock sound, but introduces a more energetic, synthesized rhythm.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl

Arrangement: Masato Coda

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!ギンガ団, Battle! Galaxy Gang

Route 209 - Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl[edit]

Route 209 - Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl
Track Title Route 209 - Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
Availability Default
Link [13]

Origin[edit]

An upbeat and partially piano-based remix of the music that plays in Pokémon Diamond/Pearl when a player explores Route 209 or Route 212 during the day. It remains very faithful to the original, laidback composition, while adding additional jazzy elements.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl

Arrangement Supervisor: Shogo Sakai

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 209ばんどうろ (ポケットモンスター ダイヤモンド・パール), Route No. 209 (Pocket Monsters Diamond/Pearl)

Other uses[edit]

This track is used in Lucario's Classic Mode credits.

Battle! (Dialga/Palkia) / Spear Pillar[edit]

Battle! (Dialga/Palkia) / Spear Pillar
Track Title Battle! (Dialga/Palkia) / Spear Pillar
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
Availability Default
Link [14]

Origin[edit]

This track is a remix of the music that played when the player battled Dialga or Palkia at the peak of the Spear Pillar in Pokémon Diamond & Pearl. This track also features a small part of the background music of the Spear Pillar area of Pokémon Diamond & Pearl. It originally debuted in Brawl. The track is very close to the original's focus on piano and percussion, with a new synthesized bassline.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl

Arrangement Supervisor: Takahiro Nishi

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: GAME ARTS Co., Ltd.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!ディアルガ・パルキア / やりのはしら, Battle! Dialga/Palkia / Spear Pillar

Battle! (Champion) / Champion Cynthia[edit]

Battle! (Champion) / Champion Cynthia
Track Title Battle! (Champion) / Champion Cynthia
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
Availability Default
Link [15]

Origin[edit]

This is an arrangement of the track played when fighting Cynthia, champion of the Sinnoh region, in Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl, as well as her later appearances. It also plays the music when the player encounters Cynthia at the end of the Sinnoh Elite Four. In contrast to the original battle theme, it has a light, chamber orchestra-esque feeling, using instruments such as piano, violin, and accordion, as well as elements of chiptune; the Champion Cynthia segment, however, is very close to the original piano-based theme.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl

Arrangement Supervisor: Manaka Kataoka

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Nintendo

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!チャンピオン / チャンピオンシロナ, Battle! Champion / Champion Shirona

Route 10 - Pokémon Black / Pokémon White[edit]

Route 10 - Pokémon Black / Pokémon White
Track Title Route 10 - Pokémon Black / Pokémon White
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Black & White
Availability Default
Link [16]

Origin[edit]

A fast-paced, Latin-styled remix of the music heard when traversing Route 10 in Pokémon Black and Pokémon White. It has similar instrumentation the original song, using piano, acoustic guitar, violin, and accordion, with its main difference being a more energetic tempo and rhythm.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Black / Pokémon White

Arrangement Supervisor: Yoko Shimomura

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Midiplex Co., Ltd.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 10ばんどうろ (ポケットモンスター ブラック・ホワイト), Route No. 10 (Pocket Monsters Black/White)

N's Castle[edit]

N's Castle
Track Title N's Castle
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Black & White
Availability Default
Link [17]

Origin[edit]

This theme is a remix of several themes surrounding the final showdown within N's Castle in Pokémon Black/White, rearranged by their original composer, Shota Kageyama. The tracks that are part of this medley are "The Pokémon Child, N", "N's Castle", and "Ending - Onward to Our Own Futures-" from Pokémon Black and White. The overall piece has an orchestral rock style with a steady, driving rhythm and segments featuring a music box and a pipe organ.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Black / Pokémon White

Arrangement Supervisor: Shota Kageyama

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: Nの城, N's Castle

Battle! (Reshiram / Zekrom)[edit]

Battle! (Reshiram/Zekrom)
Track Title Battle! (Reshiram/Zekrom)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Black & White
Availability Default
Link [18]

Origin[edit]

This piece is an orchestral rock remix of the music that plays when fighting the legendary Pokémon Reshiram or Zekrom in Pokémon Black and White. It also plays the music from Celestial Tower, Dragonspiral Tower, and Giant Chasm. In contrast to the original piece, this song has much faster rhythm and tempo, and both pieces are heavily abridged to work as a medley.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Black / Pokémon White

Arrangement Supervisor: Atsuko Asahi

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Nintendo

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!ゼクロム・レシラム, Battle! Zekrom / Reshiram

Route 23 - Pokémon Black 2 / Pokémon White 2[edit]

Route 23 - Pokémon Black 2 / Pokémon White 2
Track Title Route 23 - Pokémon Black 2 / Pokémon White 2
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Black 2 & White 2
Availability Default
Link [19]

Origin[edit]

This a remix of the music heard when traversing Route 23 in Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2. It takes on an orchestral style that is very faithful to the original.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Black 2 / Pokémon White 2

Arrangement: Yuka Tsujiyoko

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 23ばんどうろ (ポケットモンスター ブラック2・ホワイト2), Route No. 23 (Pocket Monsters Black 2/White 2)

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y[edit]

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Track Title Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon X & Y
Availability Default
Link [20]

Origin[edit]

Taken directly from Pokémon X and Y, this track plays when players battle a wild Pokémon.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon X / Pokémon Y

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Japanese title: 戦闘!野生ポケモン (ポケットモンスター X・Y), Battle! Wild Pokémon (Pocket Monsters X/Y)

Battle! (Trainer Battle) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y[edit]

Battle! (Trainer Battle) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Track Title Battle! (Trainer Battle) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon X & Y
Availability Default
Link [21]

Origin[edit]

This track is an orchestral rock remix of the song that plays in Pokémon X and Y during all Pokémon battles against regular trainers. This particular song was composed so that it loops just as Prism Tower finishes its cycle, and so is extended with regards to the original melody.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon X / Pokémon Y

Arrangement Supervisor: Yuzo Koshiro

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Ancient-corp.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!トレーナー (ポケットモンスター X・Y), Battle! Trainer (Pocket Monsters X/Y)

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Greninja's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits.

Battle! (Team Flare)[edit]

Battle! (Team Flare)
Track Title Battle! (Team Flare)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon X & Y
Availability Default
Link [22]

Origin[edit]

This is a remix of the theme used whenever the player battles a member of Team Flare, the main antagonistic group, in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. While the original song was heavily techno-inspired with electric guitar riffs, the remix blends this style with a more orchestral take, including a choir.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon X / Pokémon Y

Arrangement: Motoi Sakuraba

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!フレア団, Battle! Flare Gang

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Lucario's character trailer on the official website.

Lumiose City[edit]

Lumiose City
Track Title Lumiose City
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon X & Y
Availability Default
Link [23]

Origin[edit]

This track plays in Pokémon X and Y when players explore Lumiose City. It is taken directly from the game.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon X / Pokémon Y

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Japanese title: ミアレシティ, Miare City

Victory Road - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y[edit]

Victory Road - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Track Title Victory Road - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon X & Y
Availability Default
Link [24]

Origin[edit]

Taken directly from Pokémon X and Y, this is the theme used whenever the player traverse Kalos' Victory Road towards the Pokémon League.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon X / Pokémon Y

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Japanese title: チャンピオンロード (ポケットモンスター X・Y), Champion Road (Pocket Monsters X/Y)

Battle! (Champion) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y[edit]

Battle! (Champion) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Track Title Battle! (Champion) - Pokémon X / Pokémon Y
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon X & Y
Availability Unlockable
Link [25]

Origin[edit]

Taken directly from Pokémon X and Y, this is the theme used whenever challengers battle Diantha, the Kalos region's Champion.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon X / Pokémon Y

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Japanese title: 戦闘!チャンピオン (ポケットモンスター X・Y), Battle! Champion (Pocket Monsters X/Y)

Battle! (Steven)[edit]

Battle! (Steven)
Track Title Battle! (Steven)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
Availability Default
Link [26]

Origin[edit]

This track is a new arrangement of the Hoenn champion battle theme, based on its arrangement from Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. The song is performed in a hard rock style; it begins rooted in F minor, then drops to E minor for the second half before returning to F for the loop.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Omega Ruby / Pokémon Alpha Sapphire

Arrangement Supervisor: Soshi Abe

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Nintendo

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!ダイゴ, Battle! Daigo

Battle! (Lorekeeper Zinnia)[edit]

Battle! (Lorekeeper Zinnia)
Track Title Battle! (Lorekeeper Zinnia)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
Availability Default
Link [27]

Origin[edit]

This track is a rock remix of Zinnia's battle theme from the post-game Delta Episode of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, rearranged by its original composer, Shota Kageyama. Like the original song, it is led by primarily by violin with accordion and string accompaniment, but the remix introduces acoustic and electric guitar, as well as an extended melody not found in the original.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Omega Ruby / Pokémon Alpha Sapphire

Arrangement: Shota Kageyama

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘! 伝承者ヒガナ, Battle! Lorekeeper Higana

Other uses[edit]

This track is played when battling Master Hand and Crazy Hand in Classic Mode while playing as Mewtwo.

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon[edit]

Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
Track Title Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Sun & Moon
Availability Default
Link [28]

Origin[edit]

A new arrangement of the track plays when players battle a wild Pokémon in Pokémon Sun & Moon, done in a quirky electronic style featuring brass and guitar. A remix of the Pokémon series main theme is also included in the second half.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

Arrangement: Hiroyuki Kawada

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!野生ポケモン (ポケットモンスター サン・ムーン), Battle! Wild Pokémon (Pocket Monsters Sun/Moon)

Battle! (Trainer) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon[edit]

Battle! (Trainer) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
Track Title Battle! (Trainer) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Sun & Moon
Availability Default
Link [29]

Origin[edit]

A rock remix of the track that plays in Pokémon Sun and Moon during all Pokémon battles against regular trainers. In contrast with the original synthesized track, the remix features electric guitars as its primary instrumentation, as well as an original refrain.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

Arrangement Supervisor: Yasushi Asada

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: noisycroak Co., Ltd.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!トレーナー (ポケットモンスター サン・ムーン), Battle! Trainer (Pocket Monsters Sun/Moon)

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Incineroar's reveal trailer.

Battle! (Island Kahuna)[edit]

Battle! (Island Kahuna)
Track Title Battle! (Island Kahuna)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Sun & Moon
Availability Default
Link [30]

Origin[edit]

This is a remix of the theme that plays when battling an Island Kahuna from Pokémon Sun and Moon. The remix uses a lighter orchestral style than the original, and also incorporates electric guitar.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

Arrangement Supervisor: Yasuaki Iwata

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Nintendo

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!しまキング・しまクイーン, Battle! Island King / Island Queen

Battle! (Gladion)[edit]

Battle! (Gladion)
Track Title Battle! (Gladion)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Sun & Moon
Availability Default
Link [31]

Origin[edit]

This track is a remix of the music that plays in Pokémon Sun & Moon when battling Gladion. It is comparable to the original, featuring prominent bass, synthesizers, and a focus on electric guitars.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

Arrangement: Manami Kiyota

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!グラジオ, Battle! Gladio

Battle! (Elite Four) / Battle! (Solgaleo/Lunala)[edit]

Battle! (Elite Four) / Battle! (Solgaleo/Lunala)
Track Title Battle! (Elite Four) / Battle! (Solgaleo/Lunala)
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Sun & Moon
Availability Default
Link [32]

Origin[edit]

This track mixes both the themes when the player battles the Elite Four and Solgaleo, Lunala and other legendary Pokémon in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Both songs are comparable to their original appearances, only with more prominent orchestral instrumentation.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

Arrangement Supervisor: Akihiro Honda

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement: Cygames, Inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 戦闘!四天王 / 戦闘! ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ, Battle! The Big Four / Battle! Solgaleo/Lunala

The Battle at the Summit![edit]

The Battle at the Summit!
Track Title The Battle at the Summit!
Universe Pokémon
Debut Game Pokémon Sun & Moon
Availability Default
Link [33]

Origin[edit]

This is a remix of the Champion theme from Pokémon Sun and Moon. While it keeps a similar orchestral style, it introduces elements of rock music, including a guitar solo.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

Arrangement: Shota Kageyama

Composition: GAME FREAK inc.

Composition Copyright Pokémon. / Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: 頂上決戦!, Decisive Battle at the Summit!

Other uses[edit]

This track was used in Incineroar's character trailer on the official website and in its Classic Mode credits. It uniquely plays on the Boxing Ring stage during its unlocking battle.

Trivia[edit]

  • The SSB4 remix of Battle! (Wild Pokémon) (Pokémon Diamond / Pokémon Pearl) is the only previous Pokémon remix not included in Ultimate.
    • It is also the only SSB4 remix to not be included in Ultimate.
  • Mewtwo and Lucario are the only Pokémon characters whose character trailer music does not originate from their debut generation, and Mewtwo is the only character whose Classic Mode credits music is not from their debut generation.