Grand Doomer (theme)
The song is composed in E Locrian mode in a 4/4 time signature, and is a fast-paced theme making use of techno instrumentation mixed with electric guitars to present a more finale-like and otherworldly setting for Grand Doomer's boss battle. The intro features ambience sounds that slowly shift and mix in an otherworldly fashion before going straight to the intro. Notably, one part of the song uses a repeating set of notes sounding similar to "Mid-Boss Battle" before repeating the main melody with different percussion lines. Some subtle but dissonant piano sounds are also used throughout the song as well.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land / Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe
This theme debuts in Kirby's Return to Dream Land (and also appearing in the remake) as the battle music for the first phase of Grand Doomer's boss battle in Stage 6 of Nutty Noon. It plays throughout the fight until Kirby gets Ultra Sword, after which it will switch to "Ultra-Super Boss Battle" for the rest of the battle. "Grand Doomer" is also used for the first phase of HR-D3's boss battle in Extra Mode and The True Arena. The song can be found as Track 45 in the Jukebox, or Track 52 in the remake.
Exclusive to the remake's Magolor Epilogue: The Interdimensional Traveler is a new heavy remix of "Grand Doomer" known as "Another Domination", which is fittingly used in the fight against Crowned Doomer. It starts off with a long intro featuring synths, and adds heavy mechanical sounds (which resemble the sound of turning cogwheels) in addition to intense electronic instrumentation. Afterwards, it goes straight to the song's main melody, which is further remixed and expanded upon. This remix can be found as Track 183 in the Jukebox. It features white notes in the Jukebox, meaning it could have been arranged by either Kiyoshi Hazemoto or Yuki Kato.
Kirby: Planet Robobot
The original theme from Kirby's Return to Dream Land is reused as Galacta Knight Returns' theme during the first phase. It can be found as Track 152 in the Jukebox. This game is the first to confirm that the song was composed by Hirokazu Ando.
Super Kirby Clash
"Grand Doomer" features a new electronic remix in Super Kirby Clash, used in the Toughest-rank quests against Greater Doomer. It is somewhat identical to the original track, except it has new layers of instrumentation over it, such as new electronic percussion lines, orchestra hits and strings. Some parts of the song feature an underlying choir, and the second half of the song has been greatly expanded as well.
"Grand Doomer" can be found as Track 25 in Kirby Wii Music Selection, where it is paired along with "You Got... a Part Sphere?" as well as sounds from Grand Doomer's pre-battle cutscene, otherwise unchanged.
- In Kirby's Return to Dream Land's files, this song is labeled b_machine01. This would suggest it was originally designed for a mechanical boss, which would reflect its appearance in HR-D3's fight.
Names in other languages
wěi dà lóu pā
wěi dà lóu pā
|Fenix di fuoco
|Great sphere specter
|Latin American Spanish
|Big Sphere specter
|Big sphere specter
|Een andere dominantie
|Die nächste Unterjochung
|The next Subjugation
This appears to be a mistranslation, as this is the exact same Portuguese title for "Another Dimension", and there is no pun to have with the word "dimensão" here.