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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Taiko no Tatsujin song list

Taiko no Tatsujin arcade

The first arcade machine ever released, and the first in the series. Released in February 2001, with three difficulty levels, Kantan, Futsuu and Muzukashii. It uses the first and oldest graphics engine for Taiko (obviously). There are no song previews on the song selection screen in Taiko 1. The genre arrangement was also different from what we have now. The anime and J-Pop section was already fully formed, however variety songs and Namco Originals were grouped based on their musical genres, like pop, rock, ska and so on. Game music and classic songs had yet to be introduced to the series.

The only song to survive from Taiko 1 and made it all the way up to the current versions is Anpanman no March. Most of the rest have slid into obscurity, however a few select songs like Taiyou mo Yapapa, Jigoku no Taiko Jiten and Off Rock are slowly being revived and given new notecharts on console Taiko versions.

The songs are arranged based on their old genres, with the current genre right next to it. Songs not seen outside of Taiko 1 also have new genres, classified by Namco.

Note: Except for Lupan Sansei no Theme '78 and Doraemon Ondo, all the songs have only one difficulty each. There's a few songs for Kantan, a few for Futsuu, and the rest are Muzukashii. Kantan counts up to 3 stars of difficulty, and Futsuu/Muzukashii up to 5. (thank you, crystalsuicune)

The best video to show the interface of the old Taiko is Taiyou ni Hoero no Theme. High quality capture of the entire thing. No, really!

No. of songs      25 

Title Genre
Doraemon Ondo (ドラえもん音頭) Ondo (Anime)x1 (video)--
Anpanman no March (アンパンマンのマーチ)
Soreike! Anpanman
Animex1 (video)--
Dai-chan Kazoe Uta (大ちゃん数え唄)Animex2 (video)--
Tankou Bushi (炭坑節) Folk (Children/Folk)x2 (video)--
Sazae-san Ikka (サザエさん一家)Animex3 (video)--
Lupin III Theme '78 (ルパン三世のテーマ'78)Animex3
-x4 (video)
LOVE Machine (LOVEマシーン)
Morning Musume
J-Popx3 (video)--
Suudara Bushi (スーダラ節)
Hajime Hana and the Crazy Cats
Comedy (Variety)-x1 (video)-
Chokotto LOVE (ちょこっとLOVE)
Pucchi Moni
J-Pop-x2 (video)-
Hello! Don-chan (ハロー!どんちゃん)Pop (Namco Original)-x2 (video)-
Drift Ondo (ドリフ音頭)Comedy (Variety)-x3 (video)-
Hiromi Go
J-Pop-x3 (video)-
Southern All Stars
J-Pop-x4 (video)-
Tobe! Gundam (翔べ!ガンダム)Anime-x4 (video)-
Taiyou mo Yappappa (太陽もヤッパッパー)Namco (Namco Original)-x4 (video)-
Mappy Ondo (マッピー音頭)Namco (Game Music)-x4 (video)-
Love You☆Don-chan (ラブユー☆どんちゃん)Dance (Namco Original)-x5 (video)-
Uchuu Senkan Yamato (宇宙戦艦ヤマト)Anime--x1 (video)
Off Rock (オフ♨ロック)Boogie (Namco Original)--x2 (video)
Jigoku no Taiko Jiten (地獄の太鼓辞典)Heavy Rock (Namco Original)--x2 (video)
Gachaman no Uta (ガッチャマンの歌)Anime--x3 (video)
Taiyou ni Hoero no Theme (太陽にほえろのテーマ)TV Themes (Variety)--x3 (video)
Omatsuri Ninja (お祭り忍者)J-Pop--x4 (video)
Kimi ni, Romantic. (君に、ロマンティック)Techno (Namco Original)--x4 (video)
Go Go Kitchen (ゴー・ゴー・キッチン)Ska (Namco Original)--x5 (video)

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