Fishing Frenzy

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Fishing Frenzy
S2 Band Omega-3 Artwork.jpg
Performer ω-3
Album Splatune 2
Game Splatoon 2
Splatoon 3
Heard in Splatoon 2 Salmon Run matches (During Known Occurrences)
Squid Beatz 2
Heard in Splatoon 3 Salmon Run matches (During some Known Occurrences)
Composer Ryo Nagamatsu
The cellist (in-game)
Cello Seigen Tokuzawa
The cellist (in-game)
Timpani The timpani player
DJ The DJ
Length 2:39
BPM 165
Genre Electronic
Key signature -
Time signature 31/16
Track list no. 33 (Squid Beatz 2)
29 (Splatune 2)
Audio file
I would like to continue to a song called "Fishing Frenzy".

Now, it's a stormy tune, even more intense with the 31/16 signature.

You might relive the nightmare of being chased by Grillers and ferocious Salmonids behind the closed eyes.

— Japanese Splatoon Twitter[1]

Fishing Frenzy is a song performed by ω-3.

Description

Fishing Frenzy starts off with a timpani sequence, accompanied by an electronic whine similar to an alarm. The electronic production then builds up, as cellos and more drums are added. Later on, there is a synthesizer solo, which features many fast-paced rhythms and notes. The song plays during Known Occurrences in Salmon Run matches, replacing Deluge Dirge or Frantic Aspic. It can also be heard in Squid Beatz 2 after hearing it in a Salmon Run match, with a maximum score of 140 and 333 in Normal and Hard modes, respectively.

In Salmon Run Next Wave, this song only plays in certain higher-risk events, namely Rush, Fog, The Griller, and Cohock Charge.

Artists

Etymology

Frenzy pertains to an emotional state of wild uncontrollable behavior, fittingly describing the state of the Salmonids, and even the Grizzco workers. Fishing refers to the Grizzco workers harvesting the Salmonids' Golden Eggs, and utilises alliteration.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 竜穴
Ryūketsu
Auspicious spot[a]

Translation notes

  1. lit. dragon's den; can also be a play on 流血 Ryūketsu bleeding, referencing the hazards in special waves.

References