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Plains Stage

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This article is about the stage theme from Kirby's Dream Land 3. For other stage themes with the same Japanese name in some sources, see Peanut Plains and Vegetable Valley.
Plains Stage
The two arrangements of Plains Stage.
Debut appearance Kirby's Dream Land 3 (1997)
Last appearance Kirby Star Allies (2018)
Composer(s) Jun Ishikawa
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"Plains Stage"[Japanese title] is a stage theme from Kirby's Dream Land 3. This theme was composed by Jun Ishikawa, and has also been remixed in Kirby Star Allies.


"Plains Stage" has a somewhat slow tempo, but has a fast drumbeat. Its composition is characteristic of ragga jungle, which combines elements of reggae (such as the laidback tempo and syncopated rhythms) and jungle music (such as the fast breaks and heavy bass). This theme is primarily in the key of C.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby's Dream Land 3[edit]

Plains Stage debuts in Kirby's Dream Land 3, and is first heard throughout the fourth stage of Grass Land. Said track can also be heard in the second stage of Ripple Field. It can be found as BGM 10 in the Sound Test.

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

In Kirby Star Allies, a faithful arrangement of Plains Stage plays throughout the stage Planet Misteen in Far-Flung Starlight Heroes. This version makes use of higher fidelity instruments and synths, while a second loop is added which features slight deviations in instrumentation and percussion patterns. It is known as ミスティーンオーシャン (Misteen Ocean) in Kirby Star Allies: The Original Soundtrack and is arranged by its original composer, Jun Ishikawa. This track can be found as Track 063 in the Jukebox.

Other appearances[edit]

The original version of "Plains Stage" was included in the compilation album The Very Best of Kirby: 52 Hit Tracks.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 平地ステージ[1]
Hirachi sutēji
Plains Stage