This is a page listing every song composed for the soundtrack of Pizza Tower, both used, unused and scrapped songs from the OST are listed here.
Used Songs[edit | edit source]
|Pizza Mayhem||Opening theme||Mr. Sauceman, SummonedToDie, Kyoobot||Only the instrumental version of this song exists currently, as while a female singer, Kyoobot, has been confirmed to be singing the lyrics, the recordings for said lyrics have not been completed yet.|
|Pizza Deluxe!||Title screen||Post Elvis||One of only two songs not made by Mr. Sauceman or Frostix. Most of the voice samples used to be of Wario's voice in an earlier version.|
|Move It, Boy!||Options/Character Select screen||Mr. Sauceman||The "Work that sucker to death" line was sampled from the JPN/PAL version of Sonic CD's boss battle theme.
The intro of the song (the first 30 seconds of it) is never used in-game, as it cuts right back at the first "ARE YOU READY?!" part.
|Funiculi Funicula||Tutorial||Dim Widdy, Luigi Denza (original composer)||This is a cover of a song that was originally composed in 1880 to commemorate the opening of a funicular railway. One of only two songs not made by Mr. Sauceman or Frostix. The lyricist of this song's name was Peppino Turco, which could have been an inspiration for Peppino's name. This was the very first song used in-game, featured in PTG's earliest Tumblr posts relating to Pizza Tower.|
|Mondays||Hub||Mr. Sauceman||This song's name may be a Garfield nod.|
|Meatophobia||Rooms with Pillar John||Mr. Sauceman||Originally only played at the end of Bloodsauce Dungeon. The song itself is a heavily slowed down version of an orchestra hit sample being played at two different pitches.|
|It's Pizza Time!||Pizza Time (Peppino)||Mr. Sauceman||The "Hello there" voice sample, clock ticks, and bells used are from Wario Land 4. First appeared in Demo 0 and has gone through several revisions, with the first version using some of Wario's voice samples. In a future revision, the "hello there" sample will be replaced by an imitation voiced by Kyoobot.|
|Distasteful Anchovi||Pizza Time (The Noise)||Frostix||When making the cover for this song, Frostix asked the Pizza Tower Discord to give him images of The Noise panicking.
There is an alternate version of the song simply titled "anchovi." that plays without any tempo changes, which was never planned to be used.
|Pimpin' Hot Stuff||The Noise battle (Strongcold)||Mr. Sauceman||The siren sound appears to be the same one from the JPN/PAL version of "Stardust Speedway (Bad Future)" from Sonic CD.
Past the 1:30 minute mark is not heard in-game, as the Noise Bomb explodes before then, causing the player have to redo the fight.
|Overcooked Meat Lover||Boss fight||Frostix||Contains a motif from Freefallin'.|
|Calzonification||Boss fight||Mr. Sauceman||The song's name may be a nod to the song "Californication" by Red Hot Chili Peppers.|
|Unearthly Blues||Entrance (Peppino)||Mr. Sauceman||Originally named "From The Top." The stock screams used near the end are the same ones used in Hot Spaghetti. It also includes a voice sample of President Koopa, played by Dennis Hopper in the Super Mario Bros. Movie from 1993, saying the word "Monkey", along with a voice sample of Jim grumbling after getting a game over from Earthworm Jim.|
|The Noise's Jam-Packed Radical Anthem||Entrance (The Noise)||Mr. Sauceman||If the player is in Entrance with The Noise, this song will play instead of Unearthly Blues. It takes a large deal of inspiration from the Jet Set Radio series' soundtrack, using many audio samples that were also used in the games and other games associated with the series' composer Hideki Naganuma.|
|Hot Spaghetti||Pizzascape||Mr. Sauceman||Includes some stock screams that were also used in Earthworm Jim's "What The Heck" muzak section. Said level takes place in Hell, which is what the name "Hot Spaghetti" may be referencing.|
|Spaghetti||Pizzascape||Frostix||This was made before Frostix joined the Pizza Tower team as a standalone remix, but it later got used after PTG let him join the team.|
|Cold Spaghetti||Pizzascape||Mr. Sauceman||First appeared in Demo 1 and has gone through perhaps the most iterations of all Pizza Tower songs. Originally contained a different intro and used Wario voice samples before several more replacements were done.|
|hmmm look what u done did you found a secret :)||Pizzascape Secret||Frostix||Was originally a universal secret theme to be used in all levels before they each got their own.|
|Theatrical Shenanigans||The Ancient Cheese||Mr. Sauceman||The oldest of all stage music in Pizza Tower, dating back to Demo 0. The song in this version was used all the way until a recent Patreon demo, where it was replaced by a new revision with a softer sax instrument as the main melody. Used to be called "One Pizza at a Time".|
|Theatrical Mischief||The Ancient Cheese||Frostix|
|A Secret Under The Debris||The Ancient Cheese Secret||Frostix|
|Dungeon Freakshow||Bloodsauce Dungeon||Frostix||Part of the song near the end is not heard on the version posted on YouTube. The main bassline of the song is remarkably similar to the bassline from The Beastie Boys' Intergalactic.|
|A Hidden Pepperoni In The Cage||Bloodsauce Dungeon Secret||Frostix|
|Pepperman Strikes!||Pepperman battle||Mr. Sauceman||The old version used in Demo 1 didn't include the voices used. Its original name was Threat On a Leaning Tower.|
|Oregano Mirage||Oregano Desert||Frostix||Originally named "Ancient Tower". This song was used to troll viewers twice on Frostix's YouTube channel before the actual song was uploaded.|
|Oregano UFO||Oregano Desert||Frostix|
|A Grain of Bread in a Grain of Sand||Oregano Desert Secret||Frostix|
|Yeehaw DeliveryBoy||The Wasteyard||Frostix||This song has an unused alternate outro which can be listened to here.|
|A Secret in my Boot||The Wasteyard Secret||Frostix||Its name references Woody's famous line from Toy Story, "There's a snake in my boot."|
|Mort's Farm||Fun Farm||Frostix||The version that played on Thing of the Week 9 is different than the one in-game, featuring a louder whistle that was softened after several complaints.
This song's main melody was taken from Jason's Theme from Home Movies.
|A Secret In The Chicken||Fun Farm Secret||Frostix||This was the first PT Song on Frostix's channel to contain a spin-off of the "missing pizza tower ost disc" running gag on his channel, that being the CD being so comically big that it's as large as the video window.|
|Tropical Crust||Pineapple Beach||Mr. Sauceman||An early version of the song exists which lacks some instruments heard in the final song, as well as the intro.|
|mmm yess put the tree on my pizza||Gnome Forest||Frostix||The main part of the song uses the same chord progression from Tyler, The Creator's Jamba (0:51).|
|A Secret in The Trees||Gnome Forest Secret||Frostix||The first part of this song has the same chord progression as the one that plays during the lyrics parts of Tyler, The Creator's Jamba.|
|Way of the Italian||Kung Fu||Mr. Sauceman||In an older version, there was a part of the song that used the dog "woof" note from Mario Paint, made famous by Undertale's "dogsong". In the most recent version, this is replaced by the cat "meow" note from the same game.|
|Good Eatin'||Golf||Frostix||Was originally composed for a scrapped Restaurant/Kitchen level before the level theme was combined with that of Golf. There exists an older version with a slightly different melody.|
|Extraterrestrial Wahwahs||Space||Mr. Sauceman||This song was originally for a UFO level, but that level was turned into Space Pinball, so this song was moved to the newer Space level.
The guitar solo in this song is inspired by the Daft Punk song "Aerodynamic".
An outdated version of the song can be heard in the Western Build.
This song was originally named "Extraterrestrial Wahs", though it was later changed to avoid association with the Mario series' Waluigi.
|idk what to call this but its da secret in da pinball level||Space Secret||Frostix||The title of this song references the Space Pinball level because the title was decided before the track was moved to Space.|
|Delivery for the City||City||Frostix|
|Pizza Pie-ing||City||Frostix||This song has a leitmotif of The Death That I Deservioli, along with the main melody from Julius Fučík's "Entry of the Gladiators".|
|Tubular Trash Zone||Sewer||Mr. Sauceman||Maracas were once used for the track. The "come on" sample used is the same one used in Sonic 3 for the Genesis. It had a few early titles, such as "Toxic Land Zone" and "Toxic Pepperoni"|
|Bite the Crust||Sewer||Mr. Sauceman||The song's name and bassline is a clear nod to "Another One Bites the Dust" by Queen and was actually given by PTG himself after Sauceman posted a teaser of it in the TOTW channel.|
|Pizza Engineer||Factory||Mr. Sauceman|
|Peppino's Sauce Machine||Factory||Mr. Sauceman||Many people have heard the words "Door Stuck" in this song, which is a line from an infamous Counter-Strike video with the same name. This lead to a parody of this song, Peppino's Door Problem. The samples in question actually say "Don't Stop", with the full sample being "Don't stop droppin' the beat".|
|Ground Bound||Mansion||Mr. Sauceman||The song doesn't play in the Mansion's playable forms in Patreon demos before the SAGE 2019 demo. Instead, Cold Spaghetti is used.
An early version of the song had several missing instruments and the "Bring me RAVIOLI" lyric was something more suggestive.
|dont preheat your oven because if you do the song wont play||Freezer||Frostix||This song was originally going to be more sinister and dark before Frostix made a completely different song that fit the level more. This song was inspired by Toastopia from the PikuNiku soundtrack. Frostix made a reference to this song in one of his solo works.|
|Celsius Troubles||Freezer||Frostix||There was some confusion to whether this song was an escape theme for Freezer or not, but it was confirmed by Frostix that it's just its second theme.|
|What's on the Kid's Menu?||Kids' Party||Frostix|
|There's a Bone in My Spaghetti!||Pizzascare||Mr. Sauceman||This song is a remix of Hot Spaghetti. It's one of the only songs that appears in newer public demos to not be uploaded to Mr. Sauceman's YouTube channel, along with Pimpin' Hot Stuff and Unearthly Blues.|
|Teeth Dust In The Strongcold||Strongcold||Frostix||Contains several leitmotifs from Dungeon Freakshow.|
|Tarragon Pizza||Dragon Lair||Frostix||Has a time signature of 9/8 along with Oregano UFO.
An outdated version is still being used in-game for whatever reason.
|Victorious Degenerate||Ranking Screen||Mr. Sauceman||The last second of the D Rank variant of this theme is cut off in-game and cant be heard normally.|
|Choose the Toppings||Level Editor||Mr. Sauceman|
Unused Songs[edit | edit source]
As the game is not fully complete yet, this list may change in the future and some of these songs might be given a use/purpose later in development.
|snick sits down and talks to you about his video game, snick the porcupine: the song||Song that wasn't meant to be in the game||Frostix||"I wanted to have a song on the album snick's album that wasn't even a part of the game because that idea sounded really cool to me. So i sat down and made some beautiful jazz |
|Small Fruit, 5 PM||Pizzascape escape sequence||Mr. Sauceman||This song, along with several other unused tracks, were made for the idea of each level having it's own unique escape theme. As It's Pizza Time was praised by fans and the idea gave the composers more unnecessary workload, the idea was scrapped. The song's title is a reference to "Big Apple, 3 AM" from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time.|
|Toxic Rave||Sewer escape sequence||Mr. Sauceman||Pizza Tower Guy has said he will try to find a use for this track later in development.|
|Running With Pockets Full of Meatballs||Factory escape sequence||Mr. Sauceman|
|Pesto Anchovi||Scrapped Pizza Time theme for The Noise||Frostix, Ludwig van Beethoven (original composer)||This is a cover of Ludwig van Beethoven's "3rd movement (presto agitato), Moonlight Sonata". It was supposedly scrapped because Frostix didn't like it (hence why it is removed from his YouTube and Soundcloud pages). It is currently being used as The Vigilante's escape theme as a placeholder until his real escape theme is finished.|
|Tunnely Shimbers||Currently unknown||Mr. Sauceman||Originally meant for a level titled Lights Out. Current planned use is unknown. PTG played part of it in one of his TOTW videos.|
|The Death That I Deservioli||Currently unknown||Mr. Sauceman||The old version which can be played in the Halloween Demo's party room was titled "Escape Theme 2". Was once used as the music for the Mansion level's scrapped Pepperman boss. Later planned to be used when the combo counter went above 50 before the W rank system was scrapped. Current planned use is unknown.|
|The Noise||The Noise's intro cutscene (Demo 1 - Demo 2)||Mr. Sauceman||The Noise's intro cutscene has been removed since PTG thought it would be repetitive if it was used before every escape sequence, as well as the fact that it couldnt be used very creatively. The "woag" used is part of the track, and is not a separate sound file. This could lead to the cutscene where this is used being desynced if the player has a lot of lag.|
|bumbling in the dark||Halloween Demo, party room before selecting a song||Mr. Sauceman||The song is also known as "null", as its filename in the game's files is "music_null".|
|PROMOTION!||After beating Pepperman in the Halloween Demo||Mr. Sauceman||Only 3 seconds of the song actually played in-game. The Peppino sprite used on the cover is actually an unused taunt. The original filename for this song is music_knight, which implies that it was originally made to be used when getting the Knight transformation, however, since transformation music was scrapped, it was later changed to a victory theme.|
|The Phantom Tower||Unknown||Mr. Sauceman||This song inspired certain elements of "Dungeon Freakshow".|
|Bonus Room||Secret room||Mr. Sauceman||Likely an early version of what eventually became the songs that play in secrets. The track is composed by Mr. Sauceman, not Frostix, however.|
|Spooky Apartment||Cut Spooky Apartment level||Frostix|
|SNICK IS COMING||Cut Spooky Apartment level escape sequence||Frostix||This song was repurposed into Snick's Challenge in the SAGE 2019 Demo.|
|Freezer Draft 1||Very early Freezer level theme, never intended to be used.||Frostix|
|Freefallin'||Cut Freefalling level||Frostix|
|Hallelujah Mama-Mia||Cut Heaven level||Frostix||Contains the melody and bassline of Freefallin' but with different instruments used.|
|Collapse!||Cut Freefalling level escape sequence||Frostix||Was the first escape-like song Frostix made for the game. Sounds from the Genesis / Megadrive can be heard, part of "SNICK IS COMING" can be heard within. Like Distasteful Anchovi, there exists a version with no tempo changes that was never meant to be used.|
|Leaning Dream||Cut Space level||Frostix||This song samples drums from both Rav's "MAKESHIFT EDEN" and Rare Earth's "I Just Want To Celebrate".
The outdated version is very different from the new version, being roughly 2 minutes in length.
This song may be reused for Space.
|LEANING NIGHTMARE||Cut Space level escape sequence||Frostix||This song was repurposed into Snick's Challenge in the SAGE 2019 Demo.|
|I Ain't Got No Time to Dance||Tower Finale||Mr. Sauceman|
|Quintessence||Hub (second draft)||Frostix||Was scrapped due to not sounding enough like the rest of the soundtrack.|
|The Tower Ultimatum||Cut music for the Xmas Break Demo||[c]ness, Frostix, PilotRedSun (original composer)||A mashup of the music that plays in the YouTube video "Grinch's Ultimatum" and "Dungeon Freakshow" that was scrapped due to PilotRedSun not giving permission to use it.|
|R.O.R.||"really old version of the cowboy song theme level thing" - frostix||Frostix||
Was found in the music WIP channel. R.O.R. stands for Roasted Onion Rodeo. This song samples Fried Oyster by the band Baleine 3000
"i scrapped it so fast that i didnt even sendn it" - frostix
Was found in the music WIP channel
"i found this in my projects folder i have no idea where this came from or why i made it or what i made it for but it exists" - frostix
|The Wonders of Ice||Piano cover of "dont preheat your oven because if you do the song wont play"||Frostix||A cover Frostix made for fun without having any intentions for it to be used in the game.|
|freeze-dried pepperonies||alt version of scrapped space level||Frostix||As well as the original Leaning Dream drum samples, it also samples drums from Impromptu by Neon Tetracide|
|Garlic Noodles||Ancient Tower||Mr. Sauceman||An older WIP version of Cold Spaghetti that was used in Demo 1 for some reason. The song still has Wario samples in it.|
|Undercooked Spaghetti||Ancient Tower Floor 2||Mr. Sauceman||A version of Cold Spaghetti, which is closer to the final game's version, except for the Wario Samples and some of the other samples used.|
|Peppino's Door Problem||Joke song||Mr. Sauceman||An altered version of Peppino's Sauce Machine, with some samples being replaced by "Door Stuck," a quote from an infamous Counter-Strike video with the same name.|
|music_toppins||Unknown||Mr. Sauceman||Possibly an early version or variation of "PROMOTION!". The filename for this song implies that this song may have had to do with the Toppins. The theme's main melody is from Promotion!/music_knight albeit modified to be more silly.|
|My Shoes Are Covered In Dirt||Unknown||Mr. Sauceman||Possibly a theme for Drunk Peppino transformation.
The theme's main melody is from Promotion!/music_knight albeit modified to be sound dopier.
|Boss Theme Remix||Unknown||Frostix||A remix of Pepperman Strikes originally created by Frostix before he became an official composer, can be played in the Halloween Demo's Party Room|
|Pizza Time Remix||Unknown||Frostix||A remix of It's Pizza Time originally created by Frostix before he became an official composer, can be played in the Halloween Demo's Party Room.|
|Escape Theme 1||Unknown||Mr. Sauceman||A strange variant of It's Pizza Time which can be played in the Halloween Demo's party room.|
|Unnamed Vigilante trailer theme||Theme for the "Who is this?" YouTube trailer||Mr. Sauceman||This theme has so far only been heard in the trailer that revealed The Vigilante's playable appearance. It is currently unknown if this song will appear in-game in any capacity or if it was solely made for the trailer.|