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== Trivia ==
 
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* WILD RIDE is one of the hidden songs in GUITARFREAKS 7thMIX & drummania 6thMIX, exclusive to NONSTOP MODE. To unlock it, you must hold the Green and Blue buttons (GuitarFreaks) or the Right button (DrumMania) and then press START while selecting the fourth song on NONSTOP MODE.
 
* WILD RIDE is one of the hidden songs in GUITARFREAKS 7thMIX & drummania 6thMIX, exclusive to NONSTOP MODE. To unlock it, you must hold the Green and Blue buttons (GuitarFreaks) or the Right button (DrumMania) and then press START while selecting the fourth song on NONSTOP MODE.
 
* WILD RIDE is one of the background music from the KONAMI driving game ''XTRIAL RACING''.
 
* WILD RIDE is one of the background music from the KONAMI driving game ''XTRIAL RACING''.

Revision as of 08:25, 16 August 2019

Not to be confused with WILD SIDE.

WILD RIDE

Song Information

WILD RIDE's jacket.

Artist: 中村康三
Composition/Arrangement/Guitar/Bass/Drum Programming: Kozo Nakamura
BPM: 190
Length: 1:35
Movie: mito
First Music Game Appearance: GUITARFREAKS 7thMIX & drummania 6thMIX
Other Music Game Appearances:

Lyrics

None.

Song Connections / Remixes

Trivia

This song has different backgrounds, banners, jackets, or other related images. For more information, please see this page.
  • WILD RIDE is one of the hidden songs in GUITARFREAKS 7thMIX & drummania 6thMIX, exclusive to NONSTOP MODE. To unlock it, you must hold the Green and Blue buttons (GuitarFreaks) or the Right button (DrumMania) and then press START while selecting the fourth song on NONSTOP MODE.
  • WILD RIDE is one of the background music from the KONAMI driving game XTRIAL RACING.
  • WILD RIDE is Kozo Nakamura's first instrumental song in the GuitarFreaks & DrumMania series.
    • It also marks his only song in BEMANI under his name where the artist name is displayed in Japanese.
  • WILD RIDE is available in GUITARFREAKS 11thMIX & drummania 10thMIX with an e-AMUSEMENT account. WILD RIDE has been made automatically available in Standard mode as of GuitarFreaks V & DrumMania V.
  • WILD RIDE received Bass and Open Pick charts in GUITARFREAKS 11thMIX.
  • WILD RIDE is available for play in GuitarFreaksXG3 & DrumManiaXG3 as an unlockable song in Pleasure Box Volume 10, from November 14th, 2012.
  • WILD RIDE does not appear in the GITADORA (Mobile) releases.
  • WILD RIDE (CLASSIC) can be unlocked in GITADORA EXCHAIN as one of the GF&DM CHRONICLE 2013~2018 songs from July 31st, 2019, by playing three credits.

Song Production Information

Nakamura

This song is also used as a BGM of this driving game called "XTRIAL RACING".
I'll be glad if you enjoy it in both "XTRIAL RACING" and GFdm.

Video Production Information

Untranslated.

Difficulty & Notecounts

GF/DM difficulty rated from 1 to 99.
GF/DM XG and GITADORA difficulty rated from 0.00 to 9.99. (Ratings and notecounts obtained from BEMANIWiki 2nd.)

GuitarFreaks & DrumMania

Original Series

Game Drum Guitar Bass Open
Basic Advanced Extreme Basic Advanced Extreme Basic Advanced Extreme Basic Advanced Extreme
Notecounts 404 615 825 323 323 323 427 427 - 323 323 323
GF7/dm6 33 62 75 30 42 61 - - - - - -
GF11/dm10→GF/DM V2 ↓28 ↓60 ↑84 ↑45 ↑64 ↑79 58 68 - 49 68 83
GF/DM V3→V8 28 60 ↓78 45 64 79 ↓55 ↓65 - 49 68 83
GITADORA EXCHAIN→Present 5.50 7.20 8.00 ? ? ? ? ? - - - ?
GF/DM MASTERPIECE GOLD 28 60 78 45 64 79 55 65 - 49 68 83

XG & GITADORA Series

Game Drum Guitar Bass
Basic Advanced Extreme Master Basic Advanced Extreme Master Basic Advanced Extreme Master
Notecounts 311 564 850 - 196 275 323 - 185 395 427 -
GF/DM XG3 2.60 5.30 6.80 - 2.50 4.20 7.00 - 2.60 3.70 6.50 -
GITADORA→Tri-Boost ↑3.45 ↑5.90 ↑7.20 - ↑3.40 ↑4.85 ↑7.35 - ↑3.45 ↑4.45 ↑6.90 -
GITADORA Tri-Boost Re:EVOLVE ↑3.50 ↓5.60 ↑7.65 - ↓2.70 ↓4.15 ↓6.95 - ↓2.50 ↓4.40 ↑7.00 -
GITADORA Matixx ↑3.60 ↑5.90 ↑7.85 - ↑2.90 ↑4.75 ↑7.55 - ↑3.50 ↑5.60 ↑7.35 -
GITADORA EXCHAIN→Present ↑4.00 ↑6.20 ↑8.10 - ↓2.50 4.75 ↑7.85 - ↓3.15 ↓5.55 ↑7.70 -
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