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This article is about the music in Super Smash Flash. For the music in the reboot, see Music in Super Smash Flash 2. For other uses, see Music.

The music in Super Smash Flash mostly includes songs that are taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Melee as one song is from the Smashing... Live! album for the game. Additionally, a few songs are taken directly from other games.

List of music by series

Super Smash Bros. series

The following songs, with the exception of How to Play, are taken directly straight from Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Menu 1 The main menu theme of Super Smash Bros. Melee, taken directly from the original game. It plays as the main music track for the game's main menu. Source: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Composition: Hirokazu Ando, Shogo Sakai, Tadashi Ikegami
[1]
Menu 2 A soft upbeat remix of the opening theme from Super Smash Bros. Melee, taken directly from the original game. It becomes available after unlocking all secret characters. It plays as the alternate music track for the game's main menu and as Battlefield's music track. Source: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Composition: Hirokazu Ando, Shogo Sakai, Tadashi Ikegami
[2]
Final Destination A dramatic orchestral remix of the credits theme from Super Smash Bros., taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It plays on the stage of the same name and during the credits in SSF. Source: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Arrangement: Hirokazu Ando, Shogo Sakai, Tadashi Ikegami
Composition: Hirokazu Ando
[3]
Targets! The target test theme of Super Smash Bros. Melee, taken directly from the original game. It plays on the Kirby Hub Room, which is the Target Test level in SSF. Source: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Composition: Hirokazu Ando, Shogo Sakai, Tadashi Ikegami
[4]
All-Star Rest Area A soft piano remix of a portion of the Floating Islands theme from Kirby's Dream Land, taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It plays whenever the player is in the area of the same name. Source: Kirby's Dream Land
Arrangement: Hirokazu Ando, Shogo Sakai, Tadashi Ikegami
Composition: Jun Ishikawa
[5]
How to Play An original synthetic theme that plays in the How to Play tutorial. This is the only track that is made exclusively for Super Smash Flash. Source: Super Smash Flash
Composition: Gregory Cleod9 McLeod
[6]

Mario series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Princess Peach's Castle An orchestral remix of the ground and underground themes from Super Mario Bros., taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It plays on the Peach's Castle and Mushroom Kingdom II stages, and on the Adventure level, Super Mario World. Source: Super Mario Bros.
Arrangement: Shogo Sakai
Composition: Koji Kondo
[7]

The Legend of Zelda series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Temple A calm atmospheric remix of the theme that plays on the dungeon levels in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It plays on the stage of same name. Source: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Arrangement: Shogo Sakai
Composition: Akito Nakatsaka
[8]

Kirby series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Green Greens An orchestral remix of the theme that plays on the first level, Green Greens, in Kirby's Dream Land with a portion of the ending theme from Kirby Super Star, taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It plays on Dream Land. Source: Kirby's Dream Land / Kirby Super Star
Arrangement: Hirokazu Ando
Composition: Jun Ishikawa
[9]

Pokémon series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Battle Theme A synthetic orchestral medley of three remixed battle themes from Pokémon Gold and Silver: Battle! Johto Wild Pokémon, Battle! Johto Gym Leader, and Battle! Champion, taken directly from a portion of the Pokémon Medley in the Smashing... Live! album. It plays on Pokémon Stadium. Source: Pokémon Gold / Pokémon Silver
Arrangement: Smashing... Live!
Composition: Junichi Masuda, Go Ichinose, Morikazu Aoki
[10]

Sonic series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Emerald Hill Zone The original theme of the first level, Emerald Hill Zone, in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, taken directly from the original game. It plays on the stage of the same name and its Race to the Finish counterpart. Source: Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Composition: Masato Nakamura
[11]

Other series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Burly Brawl An original electronic theme from The Matrix Reloaded, taken directly from the film's soundtrack. It plays in the sub-mode Burly-Brawl Melee in Multi-Man Smash. Source: The Matrix Reloaded
Composition: Juno Reactor Vs. Don Davis
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