List of SSBU Music (WarioWare series)

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This is a list of music tracks pertaining to the Wario universe in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. All tracks listed here are available to play on both WarioWare, Inc. and Gamer.

WarioWare, Inc.[edit]

WarioWare, Inc.
Track Title WarioWare, Inc.
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare, Inc.: Mega MicroGame$!
Availability Default
Link [1]

Origin[edit]

One half of this track originally played on the main menu of WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$, with the other half of this track playing on the title screen of the same game. This cover, returning from Brawl, takes a 70's disco approach.

If played on the WarioWare Inc. stage, the track will be temporarily interrupted when a microgame starts. The track can be listened to uninterrupted by having it play on Gamer instead, or by turning hazards off.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare, Inc.

Arrangement Supervisor: Keigo Ozaki

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: GAME ARTS Co.,Ltd.

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: メイド イン ワリオ, Made in Wario

Other uses[edit]

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

WarioWare, Inc. Medley[edit]

WarioWare, Inc. Medley
Track Title WarioWare, Inc. Medley
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare, Inc.: Mega MicroGame$!
Availability Default
Link [2]

Origin[edit]

This track is a medley of a large number of pieces heard in the first title of the series, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega MicroGame$! These include, in their order of when the piece plays during the overall track: the introduction theme to 9-Volt's microgames, the boss music of Jimmy T., the theme for Dribble's and Spitz's microgames, the introduction theme to Dr. Crygor's microgames, the introduction theme to Wario's second collection of microgames, the newsflash jingle, and finally the Main Menu theme. The medley is rearranged by the game's lead composer.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare, Inc.

Arrangement Supervisor: Ryoji Yoshitomi

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: Nintendo

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: メイド イン ワリオ メドレー, Made in Wario Medley

Ashley's Song (JP) (Brawl)[edit]

Ashley's Song (JP) (Brawl)
Track Title Ashley's Song (JP) (Brawl)
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Touched!
Availability Default
Link [3]

Origin[edit]

In WarioWare: Touched!, one set of microgames revolved around Ashley. When playing through her set of microgames in the Japanese version of the game, this song would play in the background. In addition, while Touched! features a slow, marching-band style to the song, this adaptation of the song is considerably faster in pace, with its instrumentation more closely resembling swing jazz.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Touched!

Arrangement: Tomoko Sasaki

Vocals: Tomoko Sasaki and the Small Circle of Friends

Composition: Nintendo

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: アシュリーのテーマ [X], Ashley's Theme [X]

Ashley's Song[edit]

Ashley's Song
Track Title Ashley's Song
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Touched!
Availability Default
Link [4]

Origin[edit]

In the international versions of WarioWare: Touched!, this song plays under the same conditions as the track mentioned above.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Touched!

Arrangement: Tomoko Sasaki

Vocals: Emily McIntosh, Terry Lauber, James Cowan

Composition: Nintendo

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Ashley's Song (JP) (for 3DS / Wii U)[edit]

Ashley's Song (JP) (for 3DS / Wii U)
Track Title Ashley's Song (JP) (for 3DS / Wii U)
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Touched!
Availability Default
Link [5]

Origin[edit]

Another variation of Ashley's Song, now covered in a style similar to a military march. Unlike in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, this music track is now available in all versions.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Touched!

Arrangement Supervisor: Keiichi Okabe

Composition: Nintendo

Arrangement: MONACA

Vocals: Yumi Yoshimura

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: アシュリーのテーマ [for], Ashley's Theme [for]

Mike's Song (JP)[edit]

Mike's Song (JP)
Track Title Mike's Song (JP)
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Touched!
Availability Default
Link [6]

Origin[edit]

In WarioWare: Touched!, one set of microgames revolves around Mike. When a player plays through his set of microgames in the Japanese version of the game, this song plays, lyrics included. In this version, this song is covered with a '50s rock-and-roll feel to it.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Touched!

Arrangement: Masafumi Takada

Vocals: Jun Fukuda and GHM sound team

Composition: Nintendo

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: マイクがスキ☆スキ, We Love☆Love Mike

Mike's Song[edit]

Mike's Song
Track Title Mike's Song
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Touched!
Availability Default
Link [7]

Origin[edit]

In the international versions of WarioWare: Touched!, this song plays under the same conditions as the track mentioned above. To match the '50s rock-and-roll sound, the lyric "Rock the Mike" is replaced with "Bop Doo-Wop". An additional verse was also added to this remix.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Touched!

Arrangement: Masafumi Takada

Vocals: Terry Lauber, James Cowan

Composition: Nintendo

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Mona Pizza's Song (JP)[edit]

Mona Pizza's Song (JP)
Track Title Mona Pizza's Song (JP)
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Twisted!
Availability Default
Link [8]

Origin[edit]

In WarioWare: Twisted!, one set of microgames revolved around Mona. When a player plays through her set of microgames in the Japanese version of the game, this song plays, lyrics included. It is focused on the pizzeria Mona works at, named Mona Pizza. This cover takes the same approach to the song as the original did.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Twisted!

Arrangement Supervisor: Takahiro Nishi

Vocals: Gakkie & Kubocci

Composition: INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

Arrangement: GAME ARTS Co.,Ltd

Composition Copyright Nintendo / INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: こちら☆モナピザ, Here Is☆Mona Pizza

Mona Pizza's Song[edit]

Mona Pizza's Song
Track Title Mona Pizza's Song
Universe Wario
Debut Game WarioWare: Twisted!
Availability Default
Link [9]

Origin[edit]

In the NTSC version of WarioWare: Twisted! (the game was never released in Europe, so no PAL version exists), this song plays under the same conditions as the track mentioned above.

Composition & arrangements[edit]

Source: WarioWare: Twisted!

Arrangement Supervisor: Takahiro Nishi

Vocals: Christina Peyser, Nate Bihldorff, Andy Hartpence

Composition: INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

Arrangement: GAME ARTS Co.,Ltd

Composition Copyright Nintendo / INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

Arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Ruins - Wario Land: Shake It![edit]

Ruins - Wario Land: Shake It!
Track Title Ruins - Wario Land: Shake It!
Universe Wario
Debut Game Wario Land: Shake It!
Availability Default
Link [10]

Origin[edit]

This theme, taken directly from its home game of Wario Land: Shake It!, is played in Stonecarving City, the first stage of the game. This is the only song based on Wario Land and marks the first time a Wario stage has used music from said game series instead of from WarioWare. A remixed version of the theme was originally featured as Wario's victory fanfare in Brawl before the release of Wario Land: Shake It!. In the PAL release, the track is known as Ruins - Wario Land: The Shake Dimension to match the title of the game when it was released in Europe.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Wario Land: Shake It!

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: いせき (ワリオランドシェイフ), Ruins (Wario Land Shake)

Other uses[edit]

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

Gamer[edit]

Gamer
Track Title Gamer
Universe Wario
Debut Game Game and Wario
Availability Default
Link [11]

Origin[edit]

As the title implies, Gamer is taken from the eponymous game from Game and Wario. Mostly silent, it is also filled with suspenseful audio cues that could either announce the arrival of 5-Volt or fake players out.

When played outside of the Gamer stage (i.e., in My Music, the Sound Test, or WarioWare, Inc.), it only plays the "Mom Appears!" cue that normally plays when 5-Volt jumps out of the television and sweeps the stage with her gaze.

Composition & Arrangements[edit]

Source: Game and Wario

Composition and arrangement Copyright Nintendo

Japanese title: ゲーマー, Gamer


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