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Donkey Konga Universal Track List
Version 2.00
Copyright 2004 Gregory Walsh
For use only on GameFAQs as of this writing
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Section 1: Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents
2 History
3 About Donkey Konga
4 Quick Instructions
5 Purpose of This Guide
6 Universal Track List 
7 Sources and Closing


Section 2: About Donkey Konga

Donkey Konga is a new game for the Nintendo GameCube developed by Namco and 
published by Nintendo. It is a rhythm game similar to that of Dance Dance 
Revolution or other Bemani type games. Every rhythm game uses a special type 
of controller instead of a joystick. The controller in this case is a set of 
bongo drums that you would find at a cliche‚ poetry cafe‚.

Section 3: History

8/23/04:
1.0- First version of the guide, song lists obtained and organized without 
hearing for regional differences.
10/28/04
2.0- After learning that the American and Japanese Pokemon and Kirby themes 
are different, I made different entries for each. I've also added most 
of the Artists to the US songs. I'm still missing some, mainly for 
the children's songs and classical songs.

Section 4: Quick Instructions

Since this is a simple, yet addicting rhythm game, the controls are simple, 
but there will always be a small group of people who need a refresher or a 
first lesson in rhythm games. The main objective of rhythm games is to 
activate a specific portion(s) of the special controller as is passes over a 
section on the screen. 

In Donkey Konga, the "notes" you have to play come from right to left across 
the screen until they reach a circle on the far left side of the screen. This 
circle will be on the same bar the notes travel on. In Donkey Konga, you will 
experience 4 different types of notes, each signifying how to either tap the 
drum or clap.

Yellow circle: Left drum
Red circle: Right drum
Purple circle: Both drums together
Bluish explosion: Clap hands

You may also experience times when there is a long stream of a continuous 
"note". Just repeat that one note as quickly as possible from the start to the 
end of the stream.


Section 5: Purpose of This Guide

As many people may or may not know, there are different song versions of 
Donkey Konga for each region. Some songs are exclusive to certain regions, 
available on multiple regions, or available on any region of Donkey Konga and 
the currently Japan-only sequel, Donkey Konga 2: Hit Song Parade. Because of 
this, I have compiled the track lists for each Konga game for each region, and 
listed which game and region they appear in. Time for the main course.


Section 6: Universal Track List

99 Red Balloons:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Ai no Uta:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

All the Small Things (Tom DeLange and Mark Happus):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Alright:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Ashita ga Aru sa:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Ashita he no Tobira:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Back For Good:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Bingo:
Donkey Konga (America)

Busy Child (Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Campfire Medley:
Donkey Konga (America)

Canned Heat:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Clarinet no Kowashichatta:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Colors:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Cosmic Girl:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Dancing in The Street (Marvin Gaye, Ivy Joe Hunter, William Stevenson):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Danzen! Futari ha Pretty Cure:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Densetsu no Starfee:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Desire -Jouretsu-:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Diddy's Ditzies:
Donkey Konga (America)

DK Rap (Monkey Rap) (James W. Norwood Jr. and Steve "Bang" Pang):
Donkey Konga (Japan)
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Donkey Kong A Go Go!! (Nintendo):
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Donkey Kong Country Theme (Nintendo):
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Donkey Konga Theme (Nintendo):
Donkey Konga (Japan)
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Don't Stop Me Now:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Doraemon no Uta:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Dynamite:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Fly High:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Gantanamella:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Go Girl ~ Koi no Victory:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Hamutarou tottoko Uta:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Habanera from Carmen:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Hungarian Dance #5 in G Minor:
Donkey Konga (Japan)
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Hustle:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Hyokkori Youtan Shima:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

I Think I Love You:
Donkey Konga (America)

I Want You Back:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Kaze no La La La:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Kirby!:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (Nintendo/HAL):
Donkey Konga (America)

Ko-inu no Waltz:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Koi no Dance Site:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

La Bamba:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Lady Marmalade:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Like Wow (Jimmy Harry and Sandra St. Victor):
Donkey Konga (America)

Louie, Louie (Richard Berry):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Love Somebody:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Lucky Chachacha:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Mamba No. 5:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Mata Aeru Hi Made:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Mashu Ke Nada:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Mazinger Z:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Mini Moni Jan-ken-pyon!:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Momoiro Kata Omoi:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Monkey Magic:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Mori no Kumasan:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Odoru Ponpokorin:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Okina Furui Tokei:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Oklahoma Mixer:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

On the Road Again (Willie Nelson):
Donkey Konga (America)

Oshiete:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Over Drive:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Oye Como Va (Tito Puente):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Para los Romberos (Tito Puente):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Pokemon Advance Theme:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Pokemon Theme (Nintendo/4Kids):
Donkey Konga (America)

Rainbow Cruise (Nintendo/HAL):
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Realize:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Richard III:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Right Here Right Now (Jesus Jones):
Donkey Konga (America)

Rock Lobster (Kate Pierson, Fred Schneider, Keith Strickland, Cindy Wilson, 
and Ricky Wilson):
Donkey Konga (America)

Rock This Town (Brian Setzer):
Donkey Konga (America)

Sakuranbo:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Secret Base ~ Kimi ga Kureta Mono:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

September:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Shake:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

Shining Star (Maurice White, Philip Bailey, and Larry Dunn):
Donkey Konga (America)

Shu no Uta:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Sing Sing Sing (With a Swing) (Louis Primo):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Stupid Cupid (Howard Greenfield and Neil Sedaka):
Donkey Konga (America)

Super Donkey Kong Theme (Nintendo):
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Super Mario Bros. Theme (Nintendo):
Donkey Konga (Japan)
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Super Smash Bros. Melee Opening (Nintendo/HAL):
Donkey Konga (Europe)

The Galaxy Express 999:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

The Impression That I Get (Dicky Barrett and Joe Gittlemen):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

The Legend of Zelda Theme (Nintendo):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

The Loco-Motion (Carole King and Gerry Gaffin):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Tokusasentai Deka Ranger:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Tubthumping:
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Turkish March:
Donkey Konga (Japan)
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Viva Rock:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Wai ni Natte Odorou:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

We are the One:
Donkey Konga (Japan)

We Will Rock You (Brian May):
Donkey Konga (America)

What I like About You (Walter Palamarchuk, James Marinos, and Mike Skill):
Donkey Konga (America)

Whip It (Mark Mothersbough and Gerald Casale):
Donkey Konga (America)

Wild Thing (Chip Taylor):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Yankee Doodle:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Yeah! Me-cha Holiday:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

You Can't Hurry Love (Brian Holland, Lomant Doizer, and Edward Holland Jr.):
Donkey Konga (America)
Donkey Konga (Europe)

Zenbu Dakishimete:
Donkey Konga 2 (Japan)

Section 7: Sources and Closing

Donkey Konga Japanese Track List: IGN Cube
Donkey Konga American Track List: IGN Cube
Donkey Konga American Artists: American Manual
Donkey Konga European Track List: Nintendo of Europe website
Donkey Konga 2: Hit Song Parade Track List: IGN Cube

If anyone has any suggestions, comments, ASCII art, additions, or errors for
the list, email me at gwalsh90@optonline.net

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