Sound Room

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This article is about the soundtrack menu of Wario Land 4. For soundtrack menus in other games, see Category:Music lists.
The completed Sound Room.
The eighteen different album covers, including the two Karaoke covers.

The Sound Room is a location in Wario Land 4. It is a place that Wario stores the CDs that he collects, with one found in almost level. Each one has a unique album cover and tune that be played. Inside the Sound Room are two speakers on the wall, along with two television screens; one that shows the album cover for the CD the player is listening to, and the other one shows a music video featuring "Wario impersonators"[1], a dog, an apple, a fox mask, a raccoon, and many other pictures.

Different colored CDs are stored in different rows. The first being green (retrieved from the Emerald Passage), red (Ruby Passage), yellow (Topaz Passage) and blue (Sapphire Passage). A seventeenth CD, the Karaoke, can be unlocked by getting 10,000 or more points in every level, including Hall of Hieroglyphs and Golden Passage (even though there are no CDs to collect in those levels). It is a full song featuring a female singing in Japanese.

List of CDs[edit]

Passage CD title and image

WL4 Sprite - Emerald Passage CD.png

Emerald Passage

Sound Room-About That Shepherd.png Sound Room-Things That Never Change.png Sound Room-Tomorrow's Blood Pressure.png Sound Room-Beyond the Headrush.png
About That Shepherd Things That Never Change Tomorrow's Blood Pressure Beyond the Headrush

WL4 Sprite - Ruby Passage CD.png

Ruby Passage

Sound Room-Driftwood and the Island Dog.png Sound Room-The Judge's Feet.png Sound Room-The Moon's Lamppost.png Sound Room-Soft Shell.png
Driftwood & the Island Dog The Judge's Feet The Moon's Lamppost Soft Shell

WL4 Sprite - Topaz Passage CD.png

Topaz Passage

Sound Room-So Sleepy.png Sound Room-The Short Futon.png Sound Room-Avocado Song.png Sound Room-Mr Fly.png
So Sleepy The Short Futon Avocado Song Mr. Fly

WL4 Sprite - Sapphire Passage CD.png

Sapphire Passage

Sound Room-Yesterday's Words.png Sound Room-The Errand.png Sound Room-You and Your Shoes.png Sound Room-Mr Ether and Planaria.png
Yesterday's Words The Errand You and Your Shoes Mr. Ether & Planaria

Media[edit]

Audio.svg Sound Room - About That Shepherd
2:10
File infoMedia:WL4-About That Shepherd.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Things That Never Change
1:36
File infoMedia:WL4-Things That Never Change.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Tomorrow's Blood Pressure
2:07
File infoMedia:WL4-Tomorrow's Blood Pressure.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Beyond The Headrush
1:42
File infoMedia:WL4-Beyond the Headrush.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Driftwood & the Island Dog
2:18
File infoMedia:WL4-Driftwood and the Island Dog.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - The Judge's Feet
1:56
File infoMedia:WL4-The Judge's Feet.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - The Moon's Lamppost
1:46
File infoMedia:WL4-The Moon's Lamppost.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Soft Shell
1:37
File infoMedia:WL4-Soft Shell.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - So Sleepy
1:47
File infoMedia:WL4-So Sleepy.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - The Short Futon
2:03
File infoMedia:WL4-The Short Futon.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Avocado Song
1:24
File infoMedia:WL4- Avocado Song.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Mr. Fly
1:26
File infoMedia:WL4 Mr Fly Theme.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Yesterday's Words
1:59
File infoMedia:WL4- Yesterday's Words.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - The Errand
2:22
File infoMedia:WL4-The Errand.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - You and Your Shoes
1:33
File infoMedia:WL4-You and Your Shoes.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Mr. Ether & Planaria
1:40
File infoMedia:WL4 Mr Ether and Planaria Theme.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Karaoke (Medamayaki)
3:20
File infoMedia:WL4 Karaoke Theme.oga
Audio.svg Sound Room - Backing track
7:00
File infoMedia:WL4 - Medamayaki Backing Track.oga
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Profiles[edit]

  • Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Program digital manual bio: "You can listen to the CDs you have acquired during your adventure here."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Estudio[2]

Emerald Passage CDs[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese あの ひつじかい に ついて しってる 2、3のこと
Ano Hitsujikai ni Tsuite Shitteru Ni, San no Koto
Several Things I Know About That Shepherd
Language Name Meaning
Japanese その つぎに かわらない モノ
Sono Tsugi ni Kawaranai Mono
The Next Thing That Doesn't Change
Language Name Meaning
Japanese あした の けつあつ
Ashita no Ketsuatsu
Tomorrow's Blood Pressure
Language Name Meaning
Japanese たちくらみ の むこうがわ
Tachikurami no Mukō Gawa
Beyond the Blindness

Ruby Passage CDs[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese りゅうぼく と アイルランドいぬ
Ryūboku to Airurando Inu
Driftwood and Irish Dog
Language Name Meaning
Japanese さいばんかん の あし
Saibankan no Ashi
Judge's Feet
Language Name Meaning
Japanese つき の でんちゅう
Tsuki no Denchū
Telephone Pole of the Moon
Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヤワラカイ こうら
Yawarakai Kōra
Soft Shell

Topaz Passage CDs[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese やっぱり ねむいね・・・
Yappari Nemuine...
Sleepy After All
Language Name Meaning
Japanese みぢかい ふとん
Mijikai Futon
Short Futon
Language Name Meaning
Japanese アボカド ソング
Abokado Songu
Avocado Song
Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハエおとこ
Hae Otoko
The Fly Man

Sapphire Passage CDs[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きのう の コトバ
Kinō no Kotoba
Yesterday's Words
Language Name Meaning
Japanese おつかい
Otsukai
The Errand
Language Name Meaning
Japanese きみ と クツ
Kimi to Kutsu
You and Shoes
Language Name Meaning
Japanese エーテルおじさん と プラナリア
Eteru Ojisan to Puranaria
Uncle Ether and Planaria

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wario Land 4 official North American website (web archive), strategy tip #1. "Each level's well-hidden CD delivers cash and a new opportunity to watch the zany Wario impersonators."
  2. ^ Wario Land 4 3DS Ambassador Program digital manual, page 8.