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Music from game(s)
Composers Koji Kondo
Akito Nakatsuka
Publisher Nintendo of America
Type Live performance album
Tracks 15 (3 Zelda tracks)

Smashing...Live! is the official soundtrack album of Super Smash Bros. Melee, recorded live by the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra. The album includes three Zelda songs: the palace theme from The Adventure of Link, the main Zelda theme, and "Saria's Song" (featured in the "Smash Bros. Great Medley").

Track listing

  1. Planet Corneria (Corneria stage theme)
  2. Jungle Garden (Jungle Japes stage theme)
  3. Great Bay Shrine (A medley of the Hyrule Temple and Great Bay stage themes)
  4. Dr. Mario (Dr. Mario)
  5. Original Medley (A medley of original themes from Super Smash Bros. Melee)
  6. Fountain of Dreams (Fountain of Dreams stage theme)
  7. Pok茅mon Medley (A medley of the Pok茅 Floats and Pok茅mon Stadium stage themes and the "Trainer Battle" theme from Pok茅mon Red and Blue)
  8. Opening (Opening theme of Super Smash Bros. Melee)
  9. Planet Venom (Venom stage theme)
  10. Yoshi's Story (Yoshi's Story stage theme)
  11. Depth of Brinstar (Medley of the Brinstar Depths stage theme and the Brinstar theme from Metroid)
  12. Smash Bros. Great Medley (Medley of various themes found in Super Smash Bros. Melee and other Nintendo games: Mushroom Kingdom, Mushroom Kingdom II, Flat Zone, Balloon Fight, Big Blue, Mach Rider, Yoshi's Island, Saria's Song, Super Mario Bros. 3, Icicle Mountain and Peach's Castle)
  13. Fire Emblem (Fire Emblem)
  14. Green Greens (Green Greens stage theme)
  15. Rainbow Cruise (Super Mario 64, includes an interlude of the underwater theme from the same game)


  • While "Fountain of Dreams" is listed on the packaging as "Fountain of Dreams", on the disc's track listing it is mistitled as "Dream of Fountain".