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Song InformationEdit

Regular VersionEdit

KAKUMEI (DDR X2)

Album art.

KAKUMEI

Banner(Japanese/Asian versions).

KAKUMEI (EN)

Banner(North American/European versions).

Artist: dj TAKA with NAOKI

BPM: 83-148

Composition: Frédéric Chopin

Arrangement: Takayuki Ishikawa

Piano: Naoki Maeda

Genre: ORCHESTRAL

First Appearance: DDRMAX2 -Dance Dance Revolution 7thMIX- / beatmaniaIIDX 7th style

Other Appearances:

Length: 1:50

X-Special Ver.Edit

KAKUMEI (X-Special) (EN)

X-Special Banner(North American/European versions).

Artist: dj TAKA with NAOKI

BPM: 83-148

Composition: Frédéric Chopin

Arrangement: Takayuki Ishikawa

Piano: Naoki Maeda

First Appearance: DanceDanceRevolution X

Length: 1:50

LyricsEdit

None.

Song Connections/RemixesEdit

  • 革命 is a techno arrangement of Frédéric Chopin's Étude in C minor (The Revolutionary Étude), op. 10 no. 12.

TriviaEdit

  • 革命 is the Encore Extra Stage song for DDRMAX2, accessible by AAing MAXX UNLIMITED as an Extra Stage. It is also the One More Extra Stage song for beatmaniaIIDX 7th style.
    • 革命 also has a special Challenge-only version in DanceDanceRevolution X, named 革命(X-Special). It is the Encore Extra Stage X-Special for DDRMAX2.
  • 革命 is the first boss song to have a Challenge chart, as well as the first song in DDR to have a Challenge chart alongside all other difficulties (Beginner, Basic, Difficult, and Expert).
  • 革命 means "revolution".
  • In the North American and European releases of the DDR series, 革命 is known as KAKUMEI.
  • 革命's Single Challenge chart's notecount number is an anagram of the Single Expert chart's notecount.

Song Production InformationEdit

So NAOKI said to me, "why not do a song with a revolutionary theme together"? However, I was nervous about being able to finish this song, as production was already late into 7th style when he asked me of this. I know that the song title translates into "Revolution", which I kept in mind while making this song and the state of the song. The DDR and IIDX teams decided to have the song as a hidden song in both games, which we managed to do near the end of the schedule's build. The following song produced under these conditions is this "revolution". NAOKI's piano music provides the basic track, where the orchestra arrangements I provide finished up the song process while in the lean progression of making the song.

The artist name "dj TAKA with NAOKI" is beneficial, but the song has a good musical score even under the first underwriting ucchie and myself did. The directors of both DDR and IIDX, as well as both teams' crews, worked together as team players to coincide with everyone's schedules. And thus we made music together.

Video Production InformationEdit

So for beat#1, we decided to enroll Kakumei as the first and last boss song of all time, right?

That is, until we heard someone on staff checked for bugs and noted that MAX 300 had been HARD cleared.

..on autoplay. (Weak.)

Difficulty & NotecountsEdit

Game SP Difficulty DP Difficulty
BEG BAS DIF EXP CHA BAS DIF EXP CHA
Notecounts/Freeze Arrows 103/0 128/32 237/15 371/7 317/7 109/34 193/26 365/2 305/2
DDRMAX2 - ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 ☆8 ☆2 ☆5 ☆9 ☆8
DDR EXTREME→SuperNOVA2 ☆1 ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 ☆8 ☆2 ☆5 ☆9 ☆8
DDR X→Present 3 5 9 12 11 4 8 11 11
DDRMAX2 JP CS - ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 ☆8 ☆2 ☆5 ☆9 ☆8
DDRMAX2 US CS ☆1 ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 ☆8 ☆2 ☆5 ☆9 ☆8
DDR EXTREME JP CS ☆1 ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 ☆8 ☆2 ☆5 ☆9 ☆8
DDR ULTRAMIX - ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 - ☆2 ☆5 ☆9 -
DDR S+ 3 5 9 12 - - - - -
DDR (2010) ☆2 ☆4 ☆6 ☆9 ☆8 - - - -
DDR MAX2 革命 - SINGLE01:52

DDR MAX2 革命 - SINGLE

革命's Single Basic, Difficult, Expert, Challenge, and X-Special charts

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