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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Taiko no Tatsujin 2 song list

Taiko no Tatsujin 2 arcade
The second Taiko no Tatsujin arcade machine, released on August 2001, half a year after the original. Whereas each song was limited to just one difficulty in Taiko 1, multiple difficulties were introduced for each song in Taiko 2 (although not complete yet).

The Donderful difficulty level was also introduced (this would later be known as Oni). Accessing it is the same as accessing Oni now- hit the right rim of the drum 10 times when on Muzukashii. However, there are some songs that have the exact same notes for Muzukashii and Donderful, the only difference being the clear quota (this trend continues today for some revived songs that haven't been remade, like Dragon Spirit Medley/Go Go Kicchin). Genre listings is still quite a mess- it would be two to three years before it finally gets organized the way it is now.

It's also in this version that the Whiteberry's song, Natsu Matsuri, was made eternally popular. It has been in every arcade version (and many console versions) ever since.

No. of songs      36 

For Taiko 2, Kantan has difficulty stars 1 to 3, Futsuu is 1 to 5, Muzukashii is 1 to 7, and Donderful (Oni) is 1 to 10.

Title Genre
Aiai (アイアイ)Children (Children/Folk)x1--x1 (video)
Utabito (詠人)Animex2--x1 (video)
Tankou Bushi (炭坑節)Folk (Children/Folk)x2--x1 (video)
Anpanman no March (アンパンマンのマーチ)
Soreike! Anpanman
Animex1x4-x2 (video)
Hakone Hachisato no Hanjirou (箱根八里の半次郎)Performance (J-Pop)x3x2-x2 (video)
Odoru Ponpokorin (おどるポンポコリン)
Chibi Maruko-chan
Animex3x3-x2 (video)
Don-chan Ondo (どんちゃん音頭)Ondo (Namco Original)-x2-x3 (video)
Hello! Don-chan (ハロー!どんちゃん) Pop (Namco Original)---x3 (video)
Taiyou mo Yappappa (太陽もヤッパッパー)Dance (Namco Original)---x3 (video)
Mappy Ondo (マッピー音頭)Ondo (Game Music)-x5-x4 (video)
Love You☆Don-chan (ラブユー☆どんちゃん)Dance (Namco Original)---x4 (video)
Koi o Shichaimashita! (恋をしちゃいました!)
J-Pop-x1x3x4 (video)
Doraemon Ondo (ドラえもん音頭)Ondo (Anime)x1x1x1x5 (video)
Dai-chan Kazoe Uta (大ちゃん数え唄)Anime-x3x2x5 (video)
Chokotto LOVE (ちょこっとLOVE)
Pucchi Moni
J-Pop-x3x5x5 (video)
Off Rock (オフ♨ロック)Rock (Namco Original)---x5 (video)
Chu! Natsu Party! (チュッ!夏パ~ティ)
3nin Matsuri
J-Popx2x2x1x5 (video)
Summer Reggae! Rainbow (サマーれげぇ!レインボー)
7nin Matsuri
J-Popx2x2x2x5 (video)
Synchronized Love (シンクロナイズド・ラブ)Dance (Variety)--x4x6 (video)
Ashita ga Aru Sa (明日があるさ)
J-Pop-x3x2x6 (video)
Ii Yudana (いい湯だな)J-Pop (Variety)x2x3x3
x6 (video)
Kimi ni, Romantic. (君に、ロマンティック。)J-Pop (Namco Original)---x6 (video)
Jigoku no Taiko Jiten (地獄の太鼓辞典)Heavy Rock (Namco Original)---x6 (video)
Minimoni Jyan-Ken-Pyon! (ミニモニ。ジャンケンぴょん!)
J-Popx3x3x4x6 (video)
LOVE Machine (LOVEマシーン)
Morning Musume
J-Popx3x3x4x7 (video)
Honoo no Fighter (炎のファイター) Fighting (Variety)-x4x5x7 (video)
Ren Ai Revolution 21 (恋愛レボリューション21)
Morning Musume
J-Pop-x3x5x7 (video)
Sazae-san Ikka (サザエさん一家)Animex2x2x5x7 (video)
Tobe! Gundam (翔べ!ガンダム)Anime-x4x6x8 (video)
Lupin III Theme '78 (ルパン三世のテーマ'78)Animex3x4x5
x8 (video)
Natsu Matsuri (夏祭り)
J-Popx3x5x6x8 (video)
Dancing! Natsu Matsuri (ダンシング!夏祭り)
10nin Matsuri
J-Popx3x4x5x8 (video)
ultra soul
x9 (video)
Gachaman no Uta (ガッチャマンの歌)Anime-x5x5
x9 (video)
Go Go Kitchen (ゴー・ゴー・キッチン)Ska (Namco Original)--x7
x10 (video)
Lovely-X (ラブリーX)Namco Original--x7
x10 (video)

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1 comment:

  1. So that's where WhiteBerry's Natsu Matsuri comes from.