Kirby & The Amazing Mirror Sound Plus
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror Sound Plus is an official Japan-only music album for Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, released on April 15, 2004. It was available as a bonus to those who purchased Kirby & The Amazing Mirror along with a Game Boy Player at specific retailers (namely, Ito-Yokado or Furuhon Ichiba). The album was released alongside The Very Best of Kirby: 52 Hit Tracks.
The disc contains 48 tracks, with the majority being taken up by Kirby & The Amazing Mirror encompassing 32 tracks. As the "Plus" in the name implies, the other 16 tracks are taken from other Kirby-related media: 10 from the Japanese version of the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! anime (specifically, tracks composed by the HAL Laboratory sound team and not the original score by Akira Miyagawa), 3 from Kirby Air Ride, and 3 from Super Smash Bros. Melee. The album's track list was directed by Hirokazu Ando and produced by Shogo Sakai and Hiroaki Suga.
The tracks from Amazing Mirror were composed by Hironobu Inagaki and Atsuyoshi Isemura, and the rest were composed by Jun Ishikawa, Hirokazu Ando, Tadashi Ikegami, and Shogo Sakai. No specific credits are given.
|Track list of Kirby & The Amazing Mirror Sound Plus|
|Kirby & The Amazing Mirror|
|The title screen theme.||0:15|
|The intro cutscene theme.||1:03|
|The main menu theme. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:18|
|The hub world theme.||0:46|
|The level theme for Rainbow Route and its surrounding areas.
English name is given in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
|The Mid-Boss theme. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:35|
|The Kirby Dance theme. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:07|
|The level theme for Mustard Mountain and its surrounding areas.||1:52|
|The Invincible Candy theme. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:17|
|The level theme for Peppermint Palace and its surrounding areas.||2:19|
|The starting count theme for the Kirby Wave Ride sub-game.||0:04|
Kirby Wave Ride
|The main theme for Kirby Wave Ride.||1:14|
|The finish theme for Kirby Wave Ride.||0:05|
|The stage theme for Cabbage Cavern and its surrounding areas.
A remix of the Forest Stage theme from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
|The main theme for the Speed Eaters sub-game.||1:29|
Well Done! (Second Place)
|The results theme for placing second or third in a sub-game.||0:04|
|The stage theme for Moonlight Mansion, Carrot Castle, and their surrounding areas.||0:49|
|The main theme for the Crackity Hack sub-game. Japanese name literally translates to "Gigaton Punch."||0:39|
Perfect! (First Place)
|The results theme for placing first in a sub-game. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:05|
|The stage theme for Radish Ruins and its surrounding areas.||2:17|
End of Match ~ Failure
|The results theme for placing last in a sub-game. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:05|
|The stage theme for Candy Constellation and its surrounding areas.
English name is given in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.
Deep Sea Area
|The stage theme for Olive Ocean and its surrounding areas.||1:26|
Dark Meta Knight Appears
|The prelude theme for Dark Meta Knight battles.||0:19|
Dark Meta Knight
|Dark Meta Knight's battle theme.||1:18|
|26||ラストボス / 第1形態
Boss Battle Theme
|The main boss battle theme, shared with Dark Mind's first form.
English title given on the Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition Compilation Soundtrack; the Japanese title literally translates to "Last Boss / First Form".
|The Goal Game theme.||0:35|
|28||ラストボス / 第2形態
Last Boss / Second Form
|Dark Mind's second form battle theme.||1:46|
|The Game Over fanfare from Boss Endurance. Reused from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.||0:04|
Labyrinth Entrance Stage
|The introductory stage theme.||0:55|
|31||ラストボス / 第3形態
Last Boss / Third Form
|Dark Mind's final form battle theme.||2:06|
|The ending cutscene theme.||2:12|
|Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (Japanese ver.)|
The Waddle Dees
|An extended remix of the Kirby Dance theme. Used in Pink-Collar Blues.||0:27|
Ultimate Iron Man, Cook Osaka
|An extended remix of the Gourmet Race intro cutscene theme, primarily featured as Chef Shiitake's theme. Used in and named after A Recipe for Disaster.||1:35|
|An orchestral remix of Kirby Super Star's boss theme. The intro is remixed for City Trial's theme.||2:40|
|A short remix of "My Friend and the Sunset". Used in and named after Escar-Gone.||0:18|
Burn Rubber! Dedede's Race
|A rock remix of "Cave Stage". Used in and named after Born to Be Mild - Part I and Part II.||2:14|
|An original song, though it shares similarities with the soundtrack of Kirby Air Ride.||1:02|
Launch the Battleship Halberd!
|A remix of "Revenge of Meta Knight (Map)" and "Air Ride: Fantasy Meadows". Used in Cappy Town Down and Combat Kirby.||2:15|
|The main theme for the Magma Flows course in Kirby Air Ride. Used in Combat Kirby and Fright to the Finish.||2:54|
|The theme for the Drag Race event in Kirby Air Ride.||2:05|
Destruction! Nightmare's Great Fortress
|An orchestral remix of Castle Lololo's theme. Used in Fright to the Finish and named after Combat Kirby.||1:22|
|Kirby Air Ride|
|The opening cutscene theme.||0:36|
Air Ride: Fantasy Meadows
|The main theme for the Fantasy Meadows course.||3:09|
City Trial: City
|The main theme for the city in City Trial.||2:13|
|Super Smash Bros. Melee|
All-Star Rest Area
|The theme for the rest area in All-Star Mode.
A remix of the Rest Area theme from Kirby Super Star, which is a remix of Float Islands' theme.
Fountain of Dreams
|The theme for the Fountain of Dreams stage. A remix of the Gourmet Race theme.||2:59|
|The theme for the Green Greens stage. An orchestral remix of the original Green Greens theme. Version featured here is the one from the Kirby anime.||3:02|
|Track title translations are conjectural, except where noted.|
Names in other languages
|Japanese||星のカービィ 鏡の大迷宮 サウンド+：48 Hit Tracks
hoshi no kābyi kagami no daimeikyū saundo pursau: 48 Hit Tracks
|Kirby: The Great Labyrinth of the Mirror Sound+: 48 Hit Tracks|