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Jam with the Band

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Title Screen

Jam with the Band

Also known as: Daigassou! Band Brothers DX (JP)
Developer: Nintendo SPD
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: June 26, 2008
Released in EU: May 21, 2010

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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While this game's online features were once accessible, they are (as of May 20, 2014) no longer officially supported and online-exclusive features may be documented as now-unseen content.

A first-party rhythm game released for the Nintendo DS. It was the only title in the Daigassou! Band Brothers series of games to be released outside of Japan... in Europe.

Unused Graphics

Placeholder Disc Graphics

The folder g3d contains the 3D models for the game's discs. However, the Japanese release has a set of 10 unused textures, labeled cd_front_0 to cd_front_9, which showcase several early variations of their designs, as well as placeholders.

Jamwiththeband-cd front 0.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 1.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 2.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 3.png
Jamwiththeband-cd front 4.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 5.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 6.png
Jamwiththeband-cd front 7.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 8.pngJamwiththeband-cd front 9.png

Early Menu Graphics

Also exclusive to the Japanese release, in the folder Gra\2D\ScoreSelectTest, are early variations of the graphics used in several of the game's menus.

d_2d_hanauta_bg2_nsc.bin / d_2d_hanauta_bg3_nsc.bin
Jamwiththeband-d 2d hanauta bg2 nsc.png Jamwiththeband-d 2d hanauta bg3 nsc.png

d_2d_ms_d_bg0_nsc.bin / d_2d_ms_d_bg1_nsc.bin
Jamwiththeband-d 2d ms d bg0 nsc.png Jamwiththeband-d 2d ms d bg1 nsc.png

d_2d_ms_d_bg2_nsc.bin / d_2d_ms_d_bg3_nsc.bin
Jamwiththeband-d 2d ms d bg2 nsc.png Jamwiththeband-d 2d ms d bg3 nsc.png

Jamwiththeband-d 2d ms d obj ncg.png

dd_2d_ms_u_bg0_nsc.bin / dd_2d_ms_u_bg1_0_nsc.bin
Jamwiththeband-dd 2d ms u bg0 nsc.png Jamwiththeband-dd 2d ms u bg1 0 nsc.png

dd_2d_ms_u_bg1_nsc.bin / dd_2d_ms_u_bg1_2_nsc.bin
Jamwiththeband-dd 2d ms u bg1 nsc.png Jamwiththeband-dd 2d ms u bg1 2 nsc.png

Jamwiththeband-d 2d ms u obj ncg.png

(Source: tikal.)

Build Date

The root of the game's filesystem contains a file labeled BUILDTIME.TXT, which has a build date.

Japan v1.0 Japan v1.1 Europe
(Source: tikal.)

Regional Differences


Each of the game's regional versions have its own share of exclusive songs.

Japan Europe
Haru no umi
Mirai yosouzu II
Nada sousou
Pomp & Circumstance
Sekai ni hitotsu dake no hana
Barbara Ann
Chariots of Fire
Deeper Underground
Do You Really Want To Hurt
Every Breath You Take
F-Zero Medley
I'm a Slave 4 U
I'm So Excited
Jungle Boogie
Lady Marmalade
Living in America
Material Girl
NES Classics Medley
New York, New York
Onigashima Medley
Our House
Smoke on the Water
Stop! In the Name of Love
Super Mario Kart Medley
Super Mario Medley
The Final Countdown
The Legend of Zelda Medley
The Pink Panther Theme
Walking on Sunshine
We are the Champions

Tutorial Songs

Because of the songlist changes, the tutorial songs, which are Pomp & Circumstance and Sekai ni hitotsu dake no hana in the Japanese version, were changed to Smoke on the Water and We are the Champions in the European release.