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At the Bottom

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At the Bottom

"At the Bottom": "Sunken Ship": "Skull Tower":

Various arrangements of "At the Bottom" from Kirby Mass Attack.
Debut appearance Kirby Mass Attack (2011)
Composer(s) Shogo Sakai
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"At the Bottom" is a stage theme from Kirby Mass Attack associated with the underwater areas of Dedede Resort. It was composed by Shogo Sakai.


The Kirbys find Stoneik at the bottom of the sea.

"At the Bottom" is an eerie theme in A minor and 4/4. It borrows the motif of "Boss Prelude": the reverberated string melody consists of a sequence of descending major thirds repeating the lower note, with the primary difference from "Boss Prelude" being the extension of the sequence. At its bottom, it revolves around the leading tone and returns to the tonic with a double bass counterpoint. This repeats, and then for the third time, high-pitched arpeggiatos and more frequent double bass phrases are added. The final resolution omits the double bass phrase, instead separating the static main string third and high arpeggiato counterpoint. The track loops after this.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby Mass Attack[edit]

In Kirby Mass Attack, "At the Bottom" plays in Dedede Resort - Stage 5 and Dedede Resort - Stage 6. Additionally, the game features two arrangements of this theme:

Names in other languages[edit]

At the Bottom[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese うみのそこ
umi no soko
Bottom of the Sea
Canadian French Au fond... At the bottom...
European French Au fond des eaux At the bottom of the waters
German Am Grund At the Bottom
Italian Sul fondo At the bottom
Korean 바다의 밑바닥
badaui mitbadag
Bottom Floor of the Sea
Spanish Bajo el agua Underwater

Sunken Ship[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ちんぼつせんのなかをゆく
chinbotsu-sen no naka o yuku
Go Through the Sunken Ship
Canadian French Bateau immergé Submerged ship
European French Dans le bateau coulé In the sunken ship
German Schiffswrack Shipwreck
Italian Nave affondata Sunken ship
Korean 침몰선
Sunken Ship
Spanish Barco hundido Sunken ship

Skull Tower[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドクロタワーのきょうふ
dokuro tawā no kyōfu
Terrifying Skull Tower
Canadian French La tour Crâne The Skull tower
European French Terrifiante Tour crâne Terrifying skull Tower
German Schädelturm Skull tower
Italian Torre degli Spiriteschi Tower of Skullies
Korean 해골 타워
haegol tawo
Skull Tower
Spanish Torre calavera Skull tower