Talk:Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver: Super Music Collection

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Why is composer/arranger breakdown not needed?

I find it somewhat insulting that a site that's as comprehensive as this about almost every other aspect of the franchise has such a problem including something comprehensive about the music. Just because it isn't on a list of things on the site that are needed, doesn't mean that it's 100% entirely unnecessary. I was putting up accurate information, so I don't really understand why it was such an immediate problem to the community. Was there any rule I was breaking? Sorry if I sound blunt, but I put a decent amount of work in formatting those changes. Maxo 17:31, 23 October 2010 (UTC)

I'm sorry you feel that way, but one of the reasons I had to revert your edits was that it wasn't following the current set guidelines for the structure of the articles for Project Music. I think it would have been better if you had perhaps mentioned something about it on the talk page, and something could be arranged from there. The formatting can easily be put back with the click of a button, but it needs proper approval from Umeko. I hope you understand. When Ume is available, I'll be sure to pass this onto her. Thanks. Jellotalk 17:39, 23 October 2010 (UTC)

Thanks for clearing this up! Sorry I got that way about it in the first place, I really appreciate the friendly answer. I'll make sure to keep the guidelines in mind before I make a major edit like that again. Thanks again! Maxo 04:04, 24 October 2010 (UTC)

May I say something here? Maybe all the composer and arranger things to be put in the spoiler form? Since we cannot decide it now. And when it's all decided, the spoiler will be removed? --Ruixiang95 11:05, 24 October 2010 (UTC)
That sounds good. I suggested that we could put a link to each album on VGMdb, which has all the information I put and more. Either of those sound more plausible. Maxo 15:20, 24 October 2010 (UTC)

A translation is wanted, huh? :3

Not sure how you would have wanted this formatted on the page itself, so I'm just slapping it here in the talk.

Disc 1

  1. Opening Demo
  2. Title
  3. Let's Begin the Adventure!
  4. New Bark Town
  5. Bringing Along
  6. Kotone
  7. Elm Research Laboratory
  8. Received an Important Item!
  9. Route 29
  10. Battle! Wild Pokémon (Johto)
  11. Won Against the Wild Pokémon!
  12. Level Up!
  13. Cherrygrove City
  14. Bringing Along 2
  15. Pokémon Center
  16. Recovery
  17. Glance! Boy 1
  18. Battle! Trainer (Johto)
  19. Won Against the Trainer!
  20. Route 30
  21. Dex Assessment... No Good
  22. Violet City
  23. Sprout Tower
  24. Glance! Sage
  25. Pokémart
  26. Received a Pokémon Egg!
  27. Kimono Girl
  28. Union Cave
  29. Picked Up an Item!
  30. Ruins of Alph
  31. Radio "Unown"
  32. Dex Assessment... Getting There
  33. Azalea Town
  34. Glance! Team Rocket
  35. Battle! Team Rocket
  36. Route 34
  37. Enter the Rival!
  38. Battle! Rival
  39. Evolution
  40. Congratulations on Evolving!
  41. Goldenrod City
  42. Gym
  43. Battle! Gym Leader (Johto)
  44. Won Against the Gym Leader!
  45. Received a League Badge!
  46. Radio "Pokémon Channel"
  47. Radio "Buena's Password"
  48. Received a TM!
  49. Goldenrod Game Corner
  50. A Win at Slots!
  51. Got an Accessory
  52. Global Terminal
  53. GTS
  54. Dex Assessment... Keep At It!
  55. Bicycle
  56. Glance! Girl 1
  57. Registered in the PokéGear!
  58. National Park
  59. Got a Berry
  60. Ecruteak City
  61. Dance Theater
  62. Burned Tower
  63. Eusine
  64. Radio "Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk"
  65. Dex Assessment... Not Bad
  66. Route 38
  67. Radio "Pokémon March"
  68. Battle! Raikou
  69. Olivine Lighthouse
  70. Surf
  71. Cianwood City
  72. Looked After a Pokémon!
  73. Route 42
  74. High-Frequency Sound Waves
  75. Team Rocket Hideout
  76. Glance! Suspicious Person 1
  77. Enter the Rival! 2
  78. Radio Tower Infiltrated!
  79. Ice Path
  80. Forgetting a Move
  81. Dragon's Den
  82. Clair
  83. Battle! Entei
  84. Tin Tower
  85. (trying to figure this out...)
  86. Ho-oh Visits!
  87. Battle! Ho-oh

Disc 2

  1. Route 26
  2. High-Speed Ferry
  3. Vermilion City

Disc 3

  1. Opening
1-1. Opening Demo
1-2. Opening Demo 2
  1. Title
  2. New Bark Town

Well that was fun. :3 梅子 02:08, 7 November 2009 (UTC)

=O. Many thanks ^^. I'll add it in a bit. --Coolピカチュウ! 02:15, 7 November 2009 (UTC)
No problem. :D Track 85 still eludes me though... It's referring to the dance that the Kimono Girls do prior to Ho-oh's descent, but I don't know what it's called... 梅子 02:19, 7 November 2009 (UTC)

85 = Enju's Dance. Enju being Ecruteak. Something like "Ecruteak Dance." Mefredbob 22:49, 7 November 2009 (UTC)

...I feel like I should have been able to figure that out. 8[ Thanks, though! I'll get to tackling the rest of the tracks now. 梅子 19:00, 8 November 2009 (UTC)
Here we go, the rest of the tracks:

Disc 2

  1. Route 26
  2. High-Speed Ferry
  3. Vermilion City
  4. Battle! Gym Leader (Kanto)
  5. Lavender Town
  6. Rock Tunnel
  7. Battle! Wild Pokémon (Kanto)
  8. Dex Assessment... Just a Little More!
  9. Cerulean City
  10. Route 24
  11. Magnet Train
  12. Radio "Pokémon Lullaby"
  13. Battle! Suicune
  14. Celadon City
  15. Hibiki
  16. Route 11
  17. Radio "Poké Flute"
  18. Viridian Forest
  19. Glance! Boy 2
  20. Pewter City
  21. Route 3
  22. Glance! Suspicious Person 2
  23. Mt. Moon
  24. Route 1
  25. Pallet Town
  26. Professor Oak
  27. Dex Assessment... Complete!
  28. Glance! Girl 2
  29. Battle! Trainer (Kanto)
  30. Cinnabar Island
  31. Route 47
  32. Safari Zone Gate
  33. Safari Zone
  34. Radio "Variety Channel"
  35. Bug-Catching Contest Begins!
  36. Bug-Catching Contest
  37. 3rd Place in the Bug-Catching Contest!
  38. 2nd Place in the Bug-Catching Contest!
  39. Winner of the Bug-Catching Contest!
  40. Pokéthlon: Assembly Hall
  41. Pokéthlon: Changed into the Jersey!
  42. Pokéthlon: Opening Ceremony
  43. Pokéthlon: Match Begins!
  44. Pokéthlon: Match!
  45. Pokéthlon: Currently 1st Place!
  46. Pokéthlon: Finals!
  47. Pokéthlon: Announcement of Results
  48. Pokéthlon: Awards Ceremony
  49. Win the Pokéthlon!
  50. Mystery Gift
  51. Battle Tower Reception Desk
  52. Battle Tower (Johto)
  53. Received Battle Points!
  54. Battle Factory
  55. Battle Hall
  56. Battle Arcade
  57. Received BP at the Battle Arcade!
  58. Battle Castle
  59. Received Castle Points!
  60. Battle! Frontier Brain
  61. Won Against the Frontier Brain!
  62. Radio "Trainer Channel"
  63. Spinning Trade
  64. Wi-Fi Communication
  65. Wi-Fi Plaza
  66. Wi-Fi Plaza: Plaza Game
  67. Cleared Wobbuffet Pop!
  68. Wi-Fi Plaza: Parade
  69. Radio "Route 101"
  70. Radio "Route 201"
  71. PokéWalker
  72. Enter Spiky-Eared Pichu!
  73. Glance! Kimono Girl
  74. Lugia Arrives!
  75. Battle! Lugia
  76. Victory Road
  77. Pokémon League
  78. Battle! Champion
  79. Entering the Hall of Fame
  80. Ending
  81. THE END
  82. Battle! Super-Ancient Pokémon
  83. Shinto Ruins
  84. Arceus

Disc 3

  1. Opening 1-1. Opening Demo 1-2. Opening Demo 2
  2. Title
  3. New Bark Town
  4. Bringing Along
  5. Elm Research Laboratory
  6. Route 29
  7. Battle! Wild Pokémon (Johto)
  8. Won Against the Wild Pokémon!
  9. Cherrygrove City
  10. Bringing Along 2
  11. Pokémon Center
  12. Glance! Boy 1
  13. Battle! Trainer (Johto)
  14. Won Against the Trainer!
  15. Route 30
  16. Violet City
  17. Sprout Tower
  18. Glance! Sage
  19. Pokémart
  20. Union Cave
  21. Ruins of Alph
  22. Azalea Town
  23. Glance! Team Rocket
  24. Battle! Team Rocket
  25. Route 34
  26. Enter the Rival!
  27. Battle! Rival
  28. Evolution
  29. Goldenrod City
  30. Gym
  31. Battle! Gym Leader (Johto)
  32. Won Against the Gym Leader!
  33. Goldenrod Game Corner
  34. Global Terminal
  35. Bicycle
  36. Glance! Girl 1
  37. National Park
  38. Bug-Catching Contest Begins!
  39. Bug-Catching Contest
  40. Ecruteak City
  41. Dance Theater
  42. Glance! Kimono Girl
  43. Burned Tower
  44. Eusine
  45. Glance! Suspicious Person 1
  46. Route 38
  47. Olivine Lighthouse
  48. Surf
  49. Route 42
  50. Team Rocket Hideout
  51. Enter the Rival! 2
  52. Radio Tower Infiltrated!
  53. Tin Tower
  54. Battle! Suicune
  55. Ice Path
  56. Dragon's Den
  57. Clair
  58. Route 26
  59. High-Speed Ferry
  60. Vermilion City
  61. Battle! Gym Leader (Kanto)
  62. Lavender Town
  63. Rock Tunnel
  64. Battle! Wild Pokémon (Kanto)
  65. Cerulean City
  66. Route 24
  67. Magnet Train
  68. Celadon City
  69. Route 11
  70. Viridian Forest
  71. Glance! Boy 2
  72. Pewter City
  73. Route 3
  74. Glance! Suspcious Person 2
  75. Mt. Moon
  76. Route 1
  77. Pallet Town
  78. Professor Oak
  79. Glance! Girl 2
  80. Battle! Trainer (Kanto)
  81. Cinnabar Island
  82. Route 47
  83. Safari Zone Gate
  84. Safari Zone
  85. Pokémon Channel Medley! 85-1. Radio "Pokémon Channel" 85-2. Radio "Buena's Password" 85-3. Radio "Unown" 85-4. Radio "Pokémon March" 85-5. Radio "Pokémon Lullaby" 85-6. Radio "Poké Flute" 85-7. Radio "Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk"
  86. Pokéthlon: Assembly Hall
  87. Pokéthlon: Opening Ceremony
  88. Pokéthlon: Match Begins!
  89. Pokéthlon: Match!
  90. Pokéthlon: Finals!
  91. Pokéthlon: Announcement of Results
  92. Pokéthlon: Awards Ceremony
  93. Battle Tower Reception Desk
  94. Battle Tower (Johto)
  95. Victory Road
  96. Pokémon League
  97. Battle! Champion
  98. Entering the Hall of Fame
  99. Ending 99-1. Ending 99-2. THE END
I think I have carpal tunnel now. 梅子 20:28, 8 November 2009 (UTC)

the iTunes song titles has an error. Should we mention it?

Track 106 is listed on iTunes as "Battle! (Trainer Battle—Kanto Version)" but it's actually "Trainers' Eyes Meet (Boy 2)". Should the error be mentioned in the album's article? Joec (talk) 14:35, 16 January 2014 (UTC)