Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival Full Song List (Base Game) - Prima Games

Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival Full Song List (Base Game)

Dang they got Klonoa in there too

by Lucas White

For the first time, Bandai Namco will be launching a subscription service to allow continual updates for the next Taiko no Tatsujin game. If you opt to pay for the Taiko Music Pass, Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival will boast over 500 songs, which is wild considering most games don’t even breach 100 tracks. For example, the full song list in Rhythm Festival out of the box is 76 tracks. Not bad for the base game, though!

Related: Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival: Release Date and Music Pass Details

Here’s a list of the songs we can expect to see in Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival, without a Taiko Music Pass subscription. This list is from the game’s official website, but the translations are attributed to Gematsu. Here goes:

Pop

  • “Natsumatsuri”
  • “Feel Special”
  • “DDU-DU DDU-DU”
  • “I LOVE…” (Official HIGE DANdism)
  • “Yoru ni Kakeru”
  • “Dakara Boku wa Ongaku o Yameta”
  • “Marigold”
  • “Ao to Natsu”
  • “Zenzenzense” (from Your Name.)
  • “Kurenai”

Anime

  • “Gurenge”
  • “Kaikai Kitan”
  • “Into the Unknown”
  • “Guren no Yumiya” (from Attack on Titan)
  • “Yume o Kanaete Doraemon”
  • “Mezase Pokemon Master -20th Anniversary-” (from Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You!)
  • “Zankoku na Tenshi no Days” (from Neon Genesis Evangelion)
  • “Butter-Fly” from (Digimon Adventure)
  • “Moonlight Densetsu” (from Sailor Moon)
  • “Maka Fushigi Adventure!” (from Dragon Ball)
  • “Tonari no Totori”

Vocaloid

  • “Roki” (Mikito-P feat. Kagamine Rin)
  • “KING” (Kanaria)
  • “Villain” (flower, Teniwoha)
  • “Dareka no Shinzou ni Nareta Nara” (YurryCanon)
  • “Charles” (balloon feat. flower)
  • “Tell me beat!” (Kinoshita feat. Kagamine Rin)
  • “Colorful Voice” ([email protected])

Variety

  • “He’s A Pirate”
  • “Pixel Galaxy” (Snail’s House)
  • “FREEDOM DiVE ↓” (xi)
  • “Mopemope” (LeaF)
  • “Night of Nights” (Touhou Project Arrange Beat Mario)
  • “SAISHU-KICHIKU IMOTO Flandre-S” (Touhou Project Arrange Beat Mario)

Classics

  • “William Tell Overture” (Rossini)
  • “Symphony No. 5” (Beethoven)
  • “Three Marches Militaires” (Schubert)
  • “Etude Op.10 No. 4”
  • “Funiculi, funicula”
  • “La campanella” (Liszt)

Game Music

  • “Super Mario Bros.“
  • “The Legend of Zelda Main Theme”
  • “Kirby: Star Allies Medley”
  • “Life Will Change” (from Persona 5)
  • “MEGALOVANIA” (from UNDERTALE)
  • “JOIN THE PAC –Taiko no Tatsujin Ver.-“
  • “Katamari on the Rocks ~Main Theme” (from Katamari Damacy)
  • “The Windmill Song” (from Klonoa: Door to Phantomile)
  • “ESCAPE FROM CRISIS” (from Critical Velocity)

Namco Originals

  • “Mainichi ga Don-derful”
  • “Bouken Hiyori” (Taiko no Tatsujin Doka!! to Oomori Nanadaime theme song)
  • “Kappa no Sara wa Konna ni Mo” (Mei Oosawa (BNSI) feat. Takashi Ikezawa)
  • “Yume Utsutsu Catharsis” (Kanaya Ooki feat. Kaori Aihara)
  • “Fuuma Module 6768” (Hisui)
  • “1/2 ~inside me” (Mizuki Shinohara feat. Kaori Aihara)
  • “Solitude Star” (Harusaki x beet)
  • “Konya wa Homy”
  • “Niji Iro Baton” (Ponchi feat. Haachi x DOnders)
  • “Peta PETA!? Pumpkin” (yuclaire)
  • “PONPOKO RHYTHM” (Mamyukka)
  • “Hakanaki wa Gensho ni Mau” (Se-U-Ra)
  • “Zero no Shinfuonii” (kyo (BNSI) feat. Sariyajin)
  • “Fly again!” (Yoshihito Yano (BNSI) feat. Takayoshi Tanimoto)
  • “Genkai Creator Ouenka” (Yukiko Miyagi (BNSI) feat. Suzune and Kiyohito Kawase)
  • “Freeway3234”
  • “Ai Nan Daze” (Taku Inoue (BNSI))
  • “via lactea” (feat. Setsunan)
  • “Dragoon” (Massive New Krew)
  • “Useful Coaster” (U-ske feat. Natsu Kazura)
  • “GO GET’EM!” (Satoshi Terashima)
  • “Kokushin Chronicle”
  • “Marionette Pure”
  • “Hayabusa”
  • “Tokyo Tokkyo Kyo Kyoka Kyoku Kyokuchou!!”
  • “Gekiun! Shichifuku Happy Crew” (Yuuya Kobayashi (IOSYS) feat. Momiji Yamamoto (monotone))
  • “Daisuki na Taiko no Ne” (Taiko no Tatsujin 20th Anniversary Song / Soshina feat. Don-chan)

Whenever a new Taiko drops, I’m always excited to see what game music is included. But with the Taiko Music Pass, that small chunk of returns and surprises could be way bigger! We’ll see sometime around when Rhythm Festival launches on September 23, 2022.

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