Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Composed by||Toru Minegishi|
|Mood||A little blue...|
|Owned by|| Amelia[nb 1]|
|Name in other languages|
El Condor Kéké
Кондор К. К.
El Condor Kéké
K.K. bij de condors
"K.K. Condor" is a K.K. Slider song that first appears in Doubutsu no Mori. It has a South American influence to it, featuring traditional acoustic guitars, tribal drums, and pan flutes evocative of Incan folk music. The melody is also near identical to the beginning of the Andean folk song "El Humahuaqueño," popularized by the Argentine group, King África.
The album cover for "K.K. Condor" features K.K. Slider wearing a poncho and sombrero in a desert, with Saharah in the background. The desert features large geoglyphs, similar to the Nazca Lines in Peru. In the Animal Crossing e-Reader card, the text at the top-left reads "K.K. Condor." There is no text in later album covers.
In Animal Crossing
In Animal Crossing, "K.K. Condor" plays in Amelia's house. In Doubutsu no Mori e+, it is also played in Ava's house, and the aircheck of the song's live performance can be received from Amelia, Ava, Avery, Lulu, and Poncho at maximum friendship.
"K.K. Condor" has a series 3 e-Reader card that contains a town tune resembling the song.
In Wild World
In Animal Crossing: Wild World, "K.K. Condor" plays in the houses of Amelia and Poncho.
In City Folk and New Leaf
In New Horizons
In Happy Home Designer
In the Super Smash Bros. series
In other media
"K.K. Condor" appears as track 21 of Doubutsu no Mori: Totakeke Myūjikku, track 29 of Machi e Ikō yo Doubutsu no Mori: Mori no Ongakkai, and track 22 of Animal Crossing: Your Favourite Songs - Original Soundtrack.
Names in other languages