A rainy night, a SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

Tonight’s song comes from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and can be heard in the hands of all the characters or on Mario Bros. stage. That’s right, it’s the Wrecking Crew!

The best part about picking up that Golden Hammer is not gaining the power to mercilessly crush your foes; it’s the tune that plays! The Wrecking Crew theme is pure 8-bit bliss, sporting a bass line that runs through the jam like a river.

Blast this jam, and begin to WRECK!

Weekend=time for Super Smash Bros. SATURDAY!!!

This week we have a tune that came from Mother 3, also known as the Earthbound series in America. Tis the Love Theme, and is featured on the New Pork City stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl!

This one is a much smoother jam, but it’s got a good beat that perpetuates the listener through the tune. The bass line is what really hooks me into it!

Have a smashtaaaastic day!

Weekend time, time for SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!

This week I’m finally showing the Cap a little love. It’s a gem that dates back to old school game, F-Zero. The song is White Land, and it made it’s Smash appearance on the Port Town Aero Drive Stage in Brawl.

Personally, I’m not a fan of the F-Zero series. Not only that, but I feel that most of the songs used on Captain Falcon’s stages are kinda shitty. But there are exceptions, and White Land is one of them. The synth work in this tune is quick and precise, and it works like a charm to capture the intensity of the stage.

Blast that electric music, and have a smash-tastic day!

Alas, it is Saturday. So quit being bummed the fuck out and get PUMPED for SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

This week’s song is Midna’s Lament, which was first featured in The Legend of Zelda:Twilight Princess. You can here this song on the Eldin Bridge stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

This song…is fucking beautiful. The song is the epitome of sadness and desperation, and fit perfectly within the context of Twilight Princess. I nearly cried during that part of the game, and then they put the tune in Brawl, and allowed me to beat the shit out of people to it. A genius piece from Koji Kondo, the piano lament is beautiful yet tragic.

Now enough of that shit, BLAST THIS TUNE AND WHOOP SOME HEADS! And again, have a smash-tastic day!

Another Saturday, another SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!

This week I’m gonna kick it up and listen to some smooth-ass jam. The tune is Snake Eater (Instrumental, of course), and it’s as smooth as you can get. The song was originally in Metal Gear Solid 3, but Brawl decided to take out the lyrics (whatevs). Snake Eater is featured on the Shadow Moses stage, Solid Snake’s home turf.

This song…is the shit. The drums, the bass, the guitar, the violins, the TRUMPETS. Fuck. I love this song, and if you don’t love it then you’re probably just a Communist scumbag. The original version is good, but the instrumental allows the listener to focus on what makes this song fucking fantastic: the instruments (obviously).

Put this on repeat and your day will be SMASH-TASTIC!

Another (albeit unimportant) installment of SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

Today’s song is called Flat Zone 2 (or Game and Watch, depending on where you get the file) and is featured on the Flat Zone 2 stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl! The original mix of the song appeared in the Game and Watch Gallery.

This song is the perfect example of how to properly remix a classic tune. It’s use of beeps and buzzers embody the classic G&W handhelds, but the organization and structure of the tune screams new age techno.

Put this tune on, kick back, and have a Smashtastic Satuday!


This week we have the song Power-Hungry Fool! The song was originally in the game Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, but it made its debut in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, playing in the Castle Siege stage.

This song is great because it reminds one of the old , victorian times. The piano and violins work well to give off a very bohemian feel, but moves fast so you can enjoy your battle. I’ve never played any Fire Emblems, but with songs like these I may try my luck.

Kick back, enjoy the jam, and have a Smash-tastic day!

What day is it? Saturday? Oh…


This week’s tune is the Dialga/Palkia Battle Theme from the Spear Pillar stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It was originally featured in Pokemon Diamond/Pearl games.

This song is one of my staple favorites, and it didn’t get that title until I heard it in Brawl (fuck playing Pokemon with sound on). The piano in it is just ridiculous, and it captures the epicness of the stage. You either have Palkia or Dialga (or stupid fucking Cresselia for some reason) standing there and just wrecking shit, warping dimensions and slowing time and what not. If you’ve never heard this song, definitely turn this shit UP!

Have a smash-tastic day!

Another week, another SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

This week’s track is the Norfair Remix, and is featured on the…well…Norfair stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl!

I’ve never played any games in the Metroid series except for Metroid Prime, so I can’t really say much about Samus and her shenanigans. I can say that I found Metroid Prime to be confusing as balls, therefore I never finished it. I had a strategy guide and I still was bamboozled.

Anywho, this tune is remixed from the original Metroid. It’s a great piece of techno music and captures the futuristic tone of the series/stage quite nicely. Those random voices in the middle add a great old-school sci-fi touch, and the baseline runs the song flawlessly from beginning to end. Enjoy this SHIT!!

Have a smash-tastic day!!

It’s Saturday morning…uh…that means it’s time for another SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!! (This is when you applaud the awesome music I post every week)

Today’s song is the Star Wolf Theme from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The song originally appeared in Star Fox Assault, it is featured on the Lylat Cruise stage, and is the signature theme of that lovable asshole, Wolf.

This song screams epic space music, and is much better than the Star Fox 64 version if you ask me. I mean come on! It’s orchestrated! And that trumpet!?!? G-status!

Enjoy da tune, and have a smash-tastic day!