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This is a page containing many tracks not present in Deltarune or its Chapter 1 or Chapter 2 soundtrack.

Within the game files[]

thrash_rating[]

The filename of this track implies that it would have been used in the Thrashing Room.

Noelle (unused)[]

This track, named noelle.ogg in the game files, seems to be an early version of Girl Next Door, one of Noelle's themes.

WELCOME TO THE CITY (cybercity_old)[]

An early version of WELCOME TO THE CITY, which Toby Fox posted on Twitter 2 years prior.[1] This version is in 160 BPM, while the used one (cybercity.ogg) is in 152 BPM.

static_placeholder[]

Static noises. Most likely just a placeholder. The noise produced by the TV in the ending is titled tv_noise.ogg instead.

audio_menu[]

This appears to be an early version of Faint Courage, the Chapter 2 game over music. Judging by its filename, it was likely intended to be used for the Chapter 2 menu screen music before being replaced with Faint Glow. It was only included in the Mac 1.00 version. Interestingly, despite having a "AUDIO_" prefix, the filename is actually in lowercase, like every other music file in Mac builds.

spamton_house[]

This track, named spamton_house.ogg in the game files, appears to be a variant of Digital Roots that is sped up and has the wind-like ambience removed. The filename implies this track was meant to play in the room outside Spamton's shop, but most likely went unused as that room's small size meant only a few seconds of the track would be heard.

Outside the game files[]

School (alternate)[]

I actually really like this arrangement. The only reason I didn't use it was that I was worried about overusing the main theme too much. Instead I decided to make a song based off of the town theme and use it for the school.

...What do you think?

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the first scrapped Deltarune track. It was scrapped because Toby Fox did not want to overuse the main theme.

Checkerboard[]

Originally played in the Great Board area.
However, the area isn't very long, so I felt like if I played a song here, it would actually have the opposite effect of making the area feel disappointing if it had its own unique music but didn't amount to much.

When I have a song, I feel like I need to do the song justice by having a certain amount of content that goes along with it...

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the second scrapped Deltarune track. It would have played on the Great Board, but it was scrapped because the area itself isn't very long.

Epic Rouxls Battle[]

I started to come up with an epic song for when you first battled Rouxls.
After starting the song though, I realized... He's not very epic at all.
Feels like if he had a song like this, you'd actually be able to defeat him in one hit.
So, I didn't do anything with this one.

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the third scrapped Deltarune track. It would have played during the first battle with Rouxls Kaard. Similarly to Checkerboard, it was scrapped as unfitting, as Toby Fox realized Rouxls Kaard is not an epic character at all.

Character Joined (Long)[]

Originally played when Susie joined.
But it was awkward being frozen for ten seconds.

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the fourth scrapped Deltarune track. It would have played when Susie joined the party, but it was scrapped for being too long.

King Boss (Orchestral)[]

I only had the idea for the intro of the song, but it didn't feel like it fit too well.
So I only made forty seconds of it.

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the fifth scrapped Deltarune track. It was scrapped as unfitting, and only first 40 seconds of it were made.

Legend (Alternate)[]

I made like three different versions of the song.
This version was pretty good too, but the intro has the wrong atmosphere.

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the sixth scrapped Deltarune track. It was scrapped as the intro had the wrong atmosphere.

Fountain (unused)[]

I actually really like this song and wanted to use it to introduce a leitmotif, but I ended up using a more evocative song with a different motif. I'll try to make an excuse to use this song in the game somewhere.

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the seventh scrapped Deltarune track. It was scrapped, but Toby Fox has expressed interest in getting this song used somewhere in the game.

Game Main Theme (Piano Sketch)[]

The arrangement is really early, but I created this thinking of an animated intro for the game, similar to Wild Arms. I still see it in my head when I listen to the song.

The best part would have been at the end when everyone is running up the staircase as the silhouettes of the bosses from all the chapters show up, and the Knight, standing in a white door at the top of the stairs, turns around and looks down at them...

Toby Fox, Undertale 6th anniversary stream

This track was presented on the Undertale 6th anniversary stream as the eighth scrapped Deltarune track. It was scrapped for unspecified reasons.

Berdly (Rejected Concept)[]

This track, released with Bandcamp, Spotify, Deezer and iTunes versions of the OST, seems to be the early version of Berdly, one of Berdly's themes.

Lost Girl (Alternate)[]

This track was made presence along the main version & WELCOME TO THE CITY (old) on it's Undertale's 4th anniversary.

References[]

  1. 🎵Welcome to the CITY🎵 - Toby Fox (@tobyfox) on Twitter, September 15, 2019.
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