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Note: The track name comes from the Japanese release of Splatune 3.

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Artist C-Side
Vocals Yoshimasa Masukura
Miki Aihara
Guitar Yohske Yamamoto
Bass Ryosuke Nikamoto
Drums Hideki Aoyama
Game Splatoon 3
Heard in
Splatoon 3
Multiplayer (victory music)
Album Splatune 3
Track list no. 9 (Splatune 3 Disc 1)
Genre Rock
BPM 208
Audio file

Rinse/Repeat is a song by C-Side.


Rinse/Repeat by C-Side is the song in Splatoon 3 which replaces the previous Battle Victory songs. If the player loses a battle, Learning Curve will play instead, showcasing the other team's players; with their emotes, weapons, fits, and splashtags. Rinse/Repeat starts off with an upbeat instrumental. Chanting in the Inkling language can be heard starting at 6 seconds. At 12 seconds, the guitar playing in the background is replaced by a solo drum track, similar to Learning Curve, Ageshio Notte Mōteru and Shinsan Name Manta.

Samples and interpolations

Ageshio Notte Mōteru

Main article: Ageshio Notte Mōteru

The solo drum track at the end of Rinse/Repeat has the same drum beats as that of Ageshio Notte Mōteru, but with different drum samples.


Rinse/Repeat is a play on the idiom lather, rinse, repeat which refers to doing something a series of times without thought, this might mean to tell players to continue winning games effortlessly.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese Rinse/Repeat Rinse/Repeat