Although the melody and some accompaniment are a chipper skipping tune, the texture underneath it is a bass drone in F and a chromatic glockenspiel that does not fit in wherever the piece goes. Be the first to share what you think! Heard either when Captain Olimar's spacesuit sustains too much damage, or when all Pikmin are lost. Pikmin 2. This is reserved for mastering a stage: completing it within a special time limit without taking damage. Let us know what you think of the website. Before this theme plays during a Pikmin extinction, a low diminished chord in the strings lingers while Captain Olimar agonizes over the loss, as seen here. Heard in any dark underground section of a stage. It features a cymbal-like melodic instrument from the Kurzweil K2500, which will make a comeback in the following games of the series. The drums and orchestra simultaneously cut out to a residual ring when the ship crashes; as the entire cutscene has no sound effects on its own, this sudden tacet during the expected sound of a crash landing produces a wholly suspenseful effect, only to be resolved when the first day begins. Triumphantly ringing through flute, piccolo, vibraphone, french horn, and two synthesized sounds used in the Today's results theme, this short scalar melody aids both the understanding of how Pikmin can help and of how ship parts are important. KIRBY STAR ALLIES: THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Original Soundtrack, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, Kenta Nagata, Hajime Wakai, Toru Minegishi, Koji Kondo, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The main focus of this jingle is the mechanical look of the S.S. Dolphin, achieved through a very rigid and simple rhythm and mechanical sounding percussion. These boss cutscenes are designed to accent the boss's characteristics and actions. A calm theme that highlights the natural wholesomeness of the wilderness of The Forest of Hope, while still remaining simple and steady enough to encourage the player getting used to commanding Pikmin. Prologue 5. Heard when a new record is obtained in Challenge Mode. The Forest Navel 9. A rotary organ plays an atonal but rhythmically sound piece, accompanied by interspersed bits of hand percussion, and a few blasts of a large echoing cymbal. The very beginning of the Prologue cutscene, with a background of deep space and a drone in C, may also be a reference to this piece and film. The music accompanies every aspect of the attraction, from gameplay to inter-gameplay cutscenes. Contents[show] Soundtrack 1. Unlike that theme, however, there are no dynamic cues the boss triggers in-game; this allows the theme to have multiple different textures and areas where fewer instruments play, without anything detracting from the continuity of the piece. Plays when the S.S. Dolphin departs after day 30 with all mandatory ship parts but without all 30 ship parts. Heard after a Challenge Mode challenge. 27 votes. Large-mouth Wollywog/Translucent Wollywog appears, Emperor Pinchipede/Monochromatic Pinchipede appears, Care to do so? The following motif should also be noted; it is used very often in the game. The beginning of the cutscene is the same as the Epilogue theme, but this theme is heard when the S.S. Dolphin is shown trying to escape the atmosphere. Military percussion give the theme power, while a circus-calliope-like synthesizer plays a very comical melody counterpointed by xylophone and marimba runs, making the whole theme very farcical and silly. Vote. The Final Trial 11. Instead, the scene cuts to three curious Pikmin watching the S.S. Dolphin depart, and the music changes to a progression of loosely connected major and minor chords that sum into a feeling that the events portrayed are not the end of the story. This is a re-orchestrated medley of Titan Dweevil themes, in this order: Main battle, preparing to attack, Flare Cannon, Comedy Bomb, Monster Pump, and Shock Therapist themes. This theme's distinct electric piano is sampled from the Kurzweil K2500's "Malletoo" instrument patch. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Problems listening to the file? This theme's joyous mood helps indicate that this ending is roughly a joke, and not to be considered the serious, canon ending. This is a simple dominant-tonic resolution in B♭ containing an ascending scalar line in celeste that ends up directing the ear and the eye to the top of the records board. Pikmin 2. Its simple melody is chosen from one diatonic scale and hidden under softened sound effects, such that it does not distract from the file select menu itself.