Harmony of Heroes is a Super Smash Bros fan-arrangement album celebrating and paying tribute to the music of Super Smash Bros, Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It is a collaborative effort made up of musicians on a global scale, ranging from digitally synthesised music to live performances covering a variety of different genres. The diversity of Harmony of Heroes allows us to reach out to many different types of fans, no matter their musical preference.

The album builds upon the success of Harmony of a Hunter and Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run, two Metroid focused albums marking the 25th Anniversary of the Metroid franchise. Both of these albums covered the majority of music present in Metroid games at that time, and Smash Bros felt like the next natural step, to include Metroid, yet reach out to even more people. The name “Heroes” was chosen to describe the characters we choose in Super Smash Bros, they are the ones who help us reign triumphant in those epic brawls. They are our heroes.

Our album is vast in content, covering the majority of franchises featured in these titles. While you can expect to hear iconic themes representing some of the game’s most notable additions, you may be surprised to find we have covered some of the more obscure ones too. In some cases, we haven’t been afraid to experiment a little, offering a fresh perspective to those who listen.

Harmony of Heroes is a collaborative effort on a global scale. It is also, at the time of writing, the largest fan-arrangement album for a video game ever created, featuring more than eighty tracks by over sixty different musicians and groups. Our art team comprises of over a dozen talented individuals who have dedicated their time and effort to creating some incredible artwork that complements the album and website wonderfully. Finally, none of this could be possible without the devotion of our team of directors who have been actively providing feedback and support to all members to ensure that the album runs as smoothly as it can.

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