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All track titles come from the iTunes soundtrack release. The music has been ordered as is found in the game's sound test.
The music was recorded in MAME in the game's service mode.
The iTunes release credits Nobuyuki Ohnogi as the composer for most of the music, excluding the In-Game Music. However, soundtracks for games that have rearranged the song (such as Touch My Katamari) have credited Ohnogi as the composer.
In addition, we have contacted a staff member from Namco who verified Nobuyuki's involvement with the music. Additionally, Ohnogi also did the Famicom version of the game.
(Source: Verification from staff; game lacks credits.)
This rip is missing songs.
The music has yet to be ripped from the game, since the VGM format doesn't support the output audio chip for now and there are no plans to give a feature to the format to support this. It can be played using M1 or Hoot.
The game uses a Namco 15xx clocked at 24 kHz.