Talk:Super Mario Galaxy Original Soundtrack

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Where the heck did you find the "English titles"? Not the translated tiles, but the actual English VERSION titles? Like "Enter Bowser Jr."? And also, are there proper English titles for Disc 2, such as "Mog King"? Like "Major Burrows"? I'm guessing "Teresa Race" should be something like "Boo Race" of something in English -- TheUltimateKoopa 10:56, 9 April 2010 (EDT)

The soundtrack saw an official English release in European territories. The English names stem from this, as the table says. I can't find a list of the European names for disc two, but it strikes me as highly unlikely that they were left untranslated. - 2257(Talk) BbQbf6g.png 13:32, 9 April 2010 (EDT)
I've found the European tracklist for Disc 2 (, so I'll add them to the list.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by TheUltimateKoopa (talk).

Minor Edit[edit]

I want to see if the translation works on bing translator. They looked diffrent. I did what the translator did. Go on to test it out. - Mario324

Wait, weren't the names there before the European names? Fawfulfury65
Nevermind. I see what you changed. Fawfulfury65
I looked through the changes, and I don't get why something had to be changed. How does "AWARA-WA-WA-WA-WA" make sense? There's not even a "ra" character. Also, "Pipe Interior" is now "Earthen Pipe Internal"? What? Don't simply take translations from online translators, they are often strange or utterly wrong. Therefore, I've reverted the edit. --Grandy02 13:28, 21 August 2010 (UTC)

List is great, but I've spotted a possible spelling mistake? Disc 1, track 12 lists the translated title as "Grass Beach", but disc 2, track 21 lists it as "Glass Beach"? - Datwill310

Wii Family Edition[edit]

A copy of it is sold in the wii family edition. So should i put it? --Boidoh 20:19, 7 December 2011 (EST)