This article is written from the Real Life point of view Globe
As for the Metroid Prime & Metroid Fusion album, I had enough time in my schedule to support the development and studio recording when the record company approached us. I fully supported the CD cover creation as well.

—Kenji Yamamoto [1]

Mp mf soundtrack front

Front cover.

Mp mf soundtrack back

Back cover.

The Metroid Prime & Fusion Original Soundtracks are a two-CD set, each disc containing the soundtrack of Metroid Prime and Metroid Fusion. The album was released only in Japan, on June 18, 2003. The Metroid Prime music was composed by Kenji Yamamoto and Kouichi Kyuma, while the Metroid Fusion music was composed by Minako Hamano and Akira Fujiwara. The album was produced by Scitron, a Japanese record label that produces video game music albums. "Metroid Fusion Arranged Version", the first track on the Fusion disc, was arranged by Japanese musician Shinji Hosoe.


Disc 1Edit

  1. Title
  2. Menu Select
  3. Prologue
  4. Frigate Orpheon
  5. VS Parasite Queen
  6. Frigate Orpheon Escape
  7. Planet Tallon IV
  8. Ancient Chozo Ruins
  9. VS Hive Totem
  10. VS Giant Beetle
  11. Chozo Ruins
  12. Energy Core
  13. VS Flaahgra
  14. Lava Caves (Burning Trail)
  15. Lava Caves
  16. Ice Valley
  17. Ice Chapel
  18. Space Pirates (Laboratory Gate)
  19. VS Space Pirates
  20. VS Thardus
  21. Tallon Overworld
  22. Chozo Chapel of the Elders
  23. VS Chozo Ghost
  24. Ice Valley (Phendrana Deep Lake Area)
  25. Wrecked Ship Frigate Orpheon
  26. Phazon Mines
  27. Phazon Area
  28. VS Omega Pirate
  29. Artifact Shrine
  30. Vs. Meta Ridley
  31. Artifact Shrine (Release of the Chozo Ruins Seal)
  32. Impact Crater
  33. VS Metroid Prime (Spider)
  34. VS Metroid Prime (Head)
  35. Shrine Collapsing~Epilogue
  36. Ending Staff Roll
  37. End Jingle
  38. Record of Samus
  39. Samus Appears Jingle
  40. Get Item Jingle
  41. Get Artifact Jingle

Disc 2Edit

  1. Metroid Fusion Arranged Version
  2. Title
  3. Sector 1 (SRX) SR388 Return Area
  4. Environment Sound (Silence 1)
  5. Environment Sound (Tension)
  6. Environment Sound (Shock)
  7. Facing a Huge Reaction
  8. Tension Before a Confrontation
  9. VS Mulcalah
  10. X Invasion Detection
  11. Navigation Room
  12. VS Core-X, Fake Chozo Statue Second Form
  13. Environmental Sound (Disquieting)
  14. Sector 2 (TRO) Tropic Area
  15. VS Zazabi, Barrier Core-X
  16. Environmental Sound (Silence 2)
  17. Sector 4 (AQA) Aquatic Control Level Area
  18. VS Ishtar, Gedo
  19. Sector 3 (PYR) High-Temperature Zone Area
  20. VS BOX
  21. Sector 6 (NOC) Dark Area
  22. SA-X Appears
  23. Sector 5 (ARC) Low-Temperature Zone Area
  24. Sector 3 Emergency Situation
  25. Sector 3 Restore the Cooling Installation Timer Mission
  26. Environmental Sound (Intrigue)
  27. VS Fake Statue First Form
  28. VS Nightmare
  29. Sector 4 (AQA) Underwater Area
  30. VS Neo Ridley
  31. Last Instructions
  32. VS SA-X
  33. Station Escape Timer Mission
  34. Epilogue
  35. Ending
  36. Appearance Jingle
  37. Get Item Jingle

Missing tracksEdit

Not all of the music in Prime or Fusion is present on this CD. Below is a list of themes in the games that are omitted:

Metroid Prime:

  1. The Frigate Orpheon ambience, which plays in the Exterior Docking Hangar and Reactor Core Entrance (heard here);
  2. The Elevator room ambience, which also plays in the Crater Entry Point (heard here);
  3. The Save Station/Map Station and Missile Station ambience themes (heard here and here);
  4. The Phendrana Drifts ambience, heard in certain rooms near Glacier One and before the Phendrana Shorelines on the first visit (heard here);
  5. The Phendrana Drifts variant of the Energy Core theme (heard here);
  6. The Space Pirate ambience theme, heard in areas where there is a Pirate presence or after they have been cleared from a room (heard here);
  7. The crashed Frigate Orpheon ambience, which plays in Main Ventilation Shaft Sections C, B and A before Crashed Ship begins playing in the Reactor Core (heard here);
  8. The ambience that plays in the Elite Quarters room before the battle with the Omega Pirate (heard here);
  9. The expansion acquired jingle, which is reused in subsequent Prime games and Metroid: Samus Returns (heard here);
  10. The "puzzle solved" jingle, also reused in later Prime games and Samus Returns (heard here);

Metroid Fusion:

  1. The opening prologue theme, which plays during the Title Screen cutscene where Samus Aran's Gunship crashes into the asteroid belt. The intense final notes of the theme are included at the beginning of the "Title" track, however (heard here);
  2. The "environmental ambience" theme (heard here);
  3. The "power down" themes in Fusion, the first of which also plays after the Main Boiler's cooling unit has been reset (heard here and here);
  4. The theme that plays on the Operations Deck and in the Auxiliary Power Station (heard here);
  5. The flourish that plays after activating the Pump Control Unit, the Main Boiler's cooling unit and the Auxiliary Power Station, and releasing the Dachoras and Etecoons on the Habitation Deck (heard here).