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The following list comprises music tracks that were at some point considered to be included in the Super Smash Flash 2 Demo or were incorporated in an early version only to be replaced altogether with a new version in a more recent revision.

List of unused and removed music tracks by series

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Super Smash Bros. series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Super Smash Flash 2 Theme An intense original track that was initially intended to be the main theme for Super Smash Flash 2, but was never included in-game and presumably abandoned. Source: Super Smash Flash 2
Composer: NemesisTheory
[1]
Intro/Main Theme (Brawl) An original remix of the main theme of Super Smash Bros. Brawl that was going to play as the intro theme for the Beta version. It was replaced by Brawl's regular intro theme. Source: Super Smash Flash 2
Arrangement supervior: Alex Chernabogue Mourey
Composers: SMILE PLEASE Co., Ltd., Nobuo Uematsu
[2]
Menu (Brawl) The main menu theme of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, ripped straight from the original game, that plays on the menu screens. Source: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [3]
Menu An upbeat, fast-paced rendition of the main theme of SSF2 that plays, hence then name, on the menu screens. Source: Super Smash Flash 2 [4]
Battlefield The theme that plays on Battlefield in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as the main music track for Battlefield. Source: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [5]
Menu (Super Smash Bros. Melee) An instrumental remix of the main menu theme of Super Smash Bros. Melee, ripped from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, that plays as the main music track for Battlefield. Source: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Arrangement supervisor: Motoi Sakuraba
[6]
Final Destination The theme that plays on Final Destination in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as the main music track for Final Destination. Source: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [7]
Online Practice Stage The theme that plays on the Online Practice Stage of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as the main music track for Test Stage 1, Test Stage 2, and Waiting Room. Source: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [8]
Targets Smash!! The theme that plays during the Target Smash!! mode of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, ripped straight from the original game, that plays on Target Smash. Source: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [9]
Battle Results The theme that plays on the multiplayer results screen of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, ripped straight from the original game, that plays on the Group results screen. Source: Super Smash Bros. Brawl [10]

Mario series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Mushroom Kingdom (Super Smash Bros.) The original ground theme of Super Mario Bros., ripped straight from the original game (and, indeed, the same tune used in the original Super Smash Bros.), that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Super Mario Bros.
Composer: Koji Kondo
[11]
Princess Peach's Castle (Melee) An orchestrated arrangement of both the ground theme and the underground theme of Super Mario Bros. overlapping each other, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It is the main music track for the SSF2 incarnation of Princess Peach's Castle, and unlike its Super Smash Flash counterpart music, the full track now properly loops the two portions of the music. Source: Super Mario Bros.
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composer: Koji Kondo
[12]
Panicking Mushrooms (Hurry Up!) Source: Super Mario Bros.
Arrangement supervisor: Ema 194 Alvarado
Composer: Koji Konjo
[13]
Mushroom Kingdom II The original ground theme of Super Mario Bros. 2, ripped straight from the original game (and the same tune used in Super Smash Bros. Melee), that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Super Mario Bros. 2
Composer: Koji Kondo
[14]
Super Mario Bros. 3 Theme A rock-based arrangement of two music tracks from Super Mario Bros. 3: the athletic theme and the Grass Land World Map theme, in that order, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It plays as the main music track for Mushroom Kingdom III. Source: Super Mario Bros. 3
Arrangement: Shogo Sakai
Composer: Koji Kondo
[15]
Koopa Kid Battle Source: Super Mario Bros. 3
Arrangement: Alex Chernabogue
Composer: Koji Kondo
[16]
Monstrous Turtles! An electronic remix of the castle theme from Super Mario World, including a portion of the game's Forest of Illusion map theme, that plays as the main music track for Bowser's Castle. Source: Super Mario World
Arrangement: zircon
Composer: Koji Kondo
[17]
Special Road A salsa-rhythm arrangement of the Special Road's map screen from Super Mario World, including a portion of the ground theme of Super Mario Bros.. Source: Super Mario World
Composer: Koji Kondo
[18]
Good Egg Galaxy The orchestrated original theme of the Good Egg Galaxy (also called Egg Planet) in Super Mario Galaxy, ripped straight from the original game. Source: Super Mario Galaxy
Composer: Koji Kondo
Performed by Mario Galaxy Orchestra
[19]

Donkey Kong series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Jungle Groove The theme that plays on various jungle levels in Donkey Kong Country, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as the main music track for Jungle Hijinx. Source: Donkey Kong Country
Composers: David Wise, Eveline Novakovic, Robin Beanland
[20]
Jungle Hijinx The theme that plays on the Jungle Hijinx level in Donkey Kong Country Returns, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as the main music track for the stage of the same name. Source: Donkey Kong Country Returns
Composers: Kenji Yamamoto, Minako Hamano, Masaru Tajima, Shinji Ushiroda, Daisuke Matsuoka
[21]
Thrash the Plank A rock-based remix of the Gangplank Galleon theme of Donkey Kong Country that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Donkey Kong Country
Arrangement: SnappleMan
Composers: David Wise, Eveline Novakovic, Robin Beanland
[22]
Bramble Blast Source: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Arrangement: Ema 194 Alverado
Composer: David Wise
[23]

Yoshi series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Obstacle Course An upbeat remix of the athletic theme from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, including a rendition of the theme that plays when battling Baby Bowser's second phase in the game, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It plays as the main music track for Yoshi's Island. Source: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
Arrangement: Shota Kageyama
Composer: Koji Kondo
[24]
Yoshi's Story (Melee) An upbeat remix of the main theme of Yoshi's Story, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Melee, that plays as the main music track for Yoshi's Story. Source: Yoshi's Story
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composer: Koji Kondo
[25]

Wario series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Palm Tree Paradise The theme that plays on the level of the same name from Wario Land 4, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as the main music track for Emerald Cave. Source: Wario Land 4
Composer: Ryoji Yoshitomi
[26]

The Legend of Zelda series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Ocarina of Time Medley An orchestrated arrangement of nine music tracks from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: Zelda's Lullaby, the Sun's Song, the Minuet of Forest, the Bolero of Fire, the Boss Theme, the Song of Storms, Epona's Song, the Song of Time, and Saria's Song, in that order, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It plays as the main music track for Temple of Time. Source: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Arrangement: Michiko Naruke
Composer: Koji Kondo
[27]
Hylian Skies A slow, calm remix of the title theme from the original The Legend of Zelda that plays as the main music track for the stage of the same name. Source: The Legend of Zelda
Composer: Koji Kondo
[28]

Metroid series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Crateria An electronic arrangement of multiple songs from Super Metroid, including Samus Aran's Appearance, Upper Brinstar, Crateria Underground, and Lower Maridia. It can be heard as the main music track for Crateria. Source: Super Metroid
Composers: Kenji Yamamoto, Minako Hamano
[29]
Vs. Ridley A metal remix of the theme that plays when fighting Ridley and Draygon in Super Metroid, which was never implemented into the game. This track has been extracted from a longer track titled Boss Medley from the Metroid Metal soundtrack, which included other boss themes from the Metroid games. Source: Super Metroid
Arrangement: Metroid Metal
Composer:Kenji Yamamoto, Minako Hamano
[30]

EarthBound series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Hi! Hi! Hi! A synthesized rendition of the theme that plays in Saturn Valley in EarthBound that plays as the main music track for the stage of the same name. Source: EarthBound
Arrangement: John Klang
Composers: Hirokazu Tanaka, Keiichi Suzuki, Hiroshi Kanazu
[31]
Fourside (Melee) A rendition of multiple songs from EarthBound: primarily Because I Love You, the first half of Smiles and Tears, and a small excerpt from the theme that plays in Fire Spring. Ripped from Super Smash Bros. Melee. As with Melee, it is also Fourside's main music track. Source: EarthBound
Arrangement supervisor: Keiichi Suzuki
Composers: Keiichi Suzuki, Hirokazu Tanaka, Hiroshi Kanazu
[32]

Kirby series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Dream Land (Super Smash Bros.) An upbeat rendition of the Gourmet Race theme from Kirby Super Star, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. and also used as the main music track for Dream Land. Source: Kirby Super Star
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composer: Jun Ishikawa
[33]
Green Greens (Melee) An orchestrated rendition of the theme from the very first level of Kirby's Dream Land, Green Greens, directly ripped from Super Smash Bros. Melee and used as Dream Land's alternate music track. Source: Kirby's Dream Land
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composers: Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa
[34]
The Fountain of Dreams A dramatic, orchestrated remix of the Gourmet Race theme from Kirby Super Star, ripped from Super Smash Bros. Melee. This track was never implemented into the game. Source: Kirby Super Star
Arrangement: Tadashi Ikegami
Composer: Jun Ishikawa
[35]
Nature Area A fast-paced electronic rendition of the theme that plays in forest-based areas of Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, including a portion of the Green Greens theme from Kirby's Dream Land, that plays as the main music track for Rainbow Route. Source: Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Arrangement: BlueComet
Composers: Hironobu Inagaki, Atsuyoshi Isemura
[36]

Star Fox series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Corneria (Melee) An orchestral medley remix of the theme of Venom in Star Fox, with small excerpts of the Map Screen music and the Space Armada stage theme from the same game, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Melee. It can be heard as the alternate music track of Sector Z. Source: Star Fox
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composer: Hajime Hirasawa
[37]
Sector Z (Super Smash Bros.) A remix of the opening theme to Star Fox 64, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros., as the main musi ctrack for Sector Z. Source: Star Fox 64
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composer: Hajime Hirasawa
[38]

Pokémon series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Saffron City (Super Smash Bros.) A remix of the title theme of Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue, ripped from Super Smash Bros. for use as the main theme for the stage of the same name. Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Arrangement supervisor: Hirokazu Ando
Composer: Junichi Masuda
[39]
Trainer Battle An electronic remix of the trainer battle theme from Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue that plays as the main music track for Pokémon Stadium 3. Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Arrangement: PokeRemixStudio
[40]
Silph Co. An electronic musical remix that plays while inside the Silph Co. passages in Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue, thereby playing as the main music track for the stage of the same name. Source: Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue
Arrangement supervisor: lockerz102
[41]

Fire Emblem series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Fire Emblem Theme (Brawl) An orchestrated choir rendition of the main theme of the Fire Emblem series, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Once more, it serves as Castle Siege's main music track. Source: Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
Arrangement supervisor: Shogo Sakai
Composer: Yuka Tsujiyoko
[42]

Kid Icarus series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Kid Icarus Title A symphonic orchestral remix of the title screen from the original Kid Icarus, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, that was used as a placeholder for Palutena's Shrine's main music track. Source: Kid Icarus
Arrangement supervisor: Kenji Ito
Composer: Hirokazu Tanaka
[43]
Boss Fight 1 (Kid Icarus: Uprising) The regular boss battle theme from Kid Icarus: Uprising, ripped straight from the original game. Similarly to the other track, it may be a placeholder track, serving as Palutena's Shrine's alternate music track. Source: Kid Icarus: Uprising
Composers: Motoi Sakuraba, Yuzo Koshiro, Masafumi Takada, Noriyuki Iwadare, Takahiro Nishi, Yasunori Mitsuda
[44]

Animal Crossing series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Go K.K. Rider! An instrumental arrangement of one of the songs played by K.K. Slider in the Animal Crossing series, ripped straight from Super Smash Bros. Brawl and also used as the main music track for Smashville. Source: Animal Crossing
Arrangement supervisor: Keigo Ozaki
Composer: Kazumi Totaka
[45]
DJ K.K. A techno arrangement of another one of the songs played by K.K. Slider in the Animal Crossing series, which plays as Smashville's main music track. Source: Animal Crossing
Arrangement: Ema 194 Alvarado
Composer: Kazumi Totaka
[46]

Nintendo 3DS series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Mii Plaza A compilation of multiple versions of the Mii Plaza's main theme from StreetPass Mii Plaza, ripped straight from the original game, which serves as Nintendo 3DS's main music track. Source: StreetPass Mii Plaza
Composers: Kenji Yamamoto, Daisuke Matsuoka
[47]

Sonic series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Green Hill Zone The Green Hill Zone theme of the original Sonic the Hedgehog, ripped straight from the original game (and the same tune used in Super Smash Bros. Brawl), that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Sonic the Hedgehog
Composer: Masato Nakamura
[48]
Green Hill Zone Ver. 2 An electronic remix of the Green Hill Zone theme of the original Sonic the Hedgehog that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Sonic the Hedgehog
Composer: Masato Nakamura
[49]
Casino Night Zone ~ Rough Big Band A synthetic remix of the Casino Night Zone theme from Sonic the Hedgehog 2 that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Arrangement: The Synthetic Orchestra
Composer: Masato Nakamura
[50]
Casino Night Zone A jazz-based remix of the Casino Night Zone theme from Sonic the Hedgehog 2, ripped straight from Sonic Generations, that plays for the stage of the same name. Source: Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Composer: Jun Senoue
[51]
Breathtaking Vision (Sky Sanctuary) An orchestral remix of the Sky Sanctuary Zone theme from Sonic & Knuckles that plays on Sky Sanctuary Zone. Source: Sonic & Knuckles
Arrangement: Kanjika
Composers: Sachio Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Jun Senoue, Howard Drossin, Brad Buxer, Cirocco Jones, Bobby Brooks, Darryl Ross, Geoff Grace, Doug Grisby, Michael Jackson
[52]
Never Let It Go The theme that plays when fighting on Death Egg's Eye in Sonic the Fighters, ripped straight from the original game. This track was never implemented into the game. Source: Sonic the Fighters
Composer: Maki Morrow
[53]
Super Sonic The theme that plays when Sonic transforms into Super Sonic in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, ripped straight from the original game. It was to play during Sonic's Final Smash, Super Sonic, but was never implemented into the game. Source: Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Composer: Masato Nakamura
[54]

Mega Man series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Dr. Wily Stage Theme 1 A metal remix of the Dr. Wily Stage 1 and 2 theme from Mega Man 2 that plays as the main music track for Castle Wily and Skull Fortress. Source: Mega Man 2
Arrangement: Missing Nin.
Composer: Takashi Tateishi
[55]
Abandoned Memory A metal remix of the Dr. Wily Stage 1 theme from Mega Man 10, which was never implemented into the game. Source: Mega Man 10
Arrangement: Rikka
Composer: Ippo Yamada
[56]
Central Highway A custom rendition of theme that plays on Central Highway, the opening stage of Mega Man X. It is the main music track of the stage of the same name. Source: Mega Man: Maverick Hunter X
Composer: Setsuo Yamamoto
[57]

Tales series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Beat the Angel The theme that plays when fighting certain bosses in Tales of Symphonia, ripped straight from the original game and also used as the main music track for Tower of Salvation. Source: Tales of Symphonia
Arrangement: Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura, Takeshi Arai
Composers: Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura, Takeshi Arai
[58]
Final Destination (Tales of Symphonia) Source: Tales of Symphonia
Arrangement: Ema 194 Alvarado
Composers: Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura, Takeshi Arai
[59]

Bomberman series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Bomberman's Theme A synthesized remix of the theme that plays in Peace Town in Super Bomberman that plays as the main music track for Bomb Factory. Source: Super Bomberman
Arrangement: Ema 194 Alvarado
Composer: Jun Chikuma
[60]
Bomberman's Theme Ver. 2 A synthesized remix of the theme that plays in Peace Town in Super Bomberman that plays as the main music track for Bomb Factory. It is an updated rendition of the previous theme, where the third quarter of the song is now more similar to the first. Source: Super Bomberman
Arrangement: Ema 194 Alvarado
Composer: Jun Chikuma
[61]

FINAL FANTASY series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Battle Theme A rock-based remix of the battle theme from FINAL FANTASY that plays as the main music track for Chaos Shrine. Source: FINAL FANTASY
Arrangement: Andrew asf Fisher
Composer: Nobuo Uematsu
[62]

KINGDOM HEARTS series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Darkness of the Unknown (Armored Xemnas 2) An arrangement track that plays as Twilight Town. Source: KINGDOM HEARTS HD 2.5 ReMIX
Arrangement supervisor: Alex Chernabogue Mourey
Composer: Yoko Shimomura
[63]
Sinister Sundown An upbeat battle theme from KINGDOM HEARTS II, ripped straight from the original game, that plays as Twilight Town alternate track. Source: KINGDOM HEARTS II
Composer: Yoko Shimomura
[64]

Dragon Ball series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Challengers A piece of music that plays on Planet Namek in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai, ripped straight from the original game, which also plays on the stage of the same name as its main music track. Source: Dragon Ball Z Budokai
Composer: Kenji Yamamoto
[65]
Power Scale One of the battle themes that plays in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, ripped straight from the original game and also used as the main music track for Planet Namek. Source: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
Composer: Toshiyuki Kishi
[66]

Bleach series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Nube Negra One of the music tracks that plays during the Arrancar arcs in Bleach, ripped straight from the original anime adaptation and also used as the main music track for Hueco Mundo. Source: Bleach (anime)
Composer: Shirō Sagisu
[67]
La Distancia para un Duelo A music track from Bleach, ripped straight from the anime adaptation, used as Hueco Mundo's alternate music track. Source: Bleach (anime)
Composer: Shiro Sagisu
[68]

Other series

Title Description Composition and arrangements Link
Samba de Janeiro An excerpt of the German samba song by Bellini, ripped from Samba de Amigo. It would play during the duration of Amigo's effect. Source: Samba de Amigo
Composers: Gottfried Engels, Ramon Zenker, Airto Moreira
[69]
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