(repost from my account request thread)
Ring code: Mastering Code: SLPM-62062 1 Mastering SID Code: IFPI L274 Toolstamp: (none) Mould SID Code: IFPI 4558
Edit: adding back the rest of my previous post now that someone referred to it:
Also, regarding the name of the game, should it be "Gitaroo Man One" or "Gitaroo Man Wan"? There isn't a clear-cut case for one over the other, and both names are used throughout the internet. I don't have an answer, but I may as well list what I know in case someone knows better.
There is no official English title since it's a Japanese game.
"ワン" can be pronounced "wan" or "one".
"Wan" is the sound made by a barking dog, and this is shown happening on the game's cover art with the word "ワン".
The red text on this page notes that the article mistakenly called the game "ギタルマン1" and that the official title is "ギタルマン ワン" after the sound made by the barking dog.
Internally, one of the game files calls the game 'Guitaroo-Man "One"' (including the quotes around "One"). But "Guitaroo" is not the correct spelling of the official English name. (Similarly, the file is called ONEDEF.TXT)
In any case, it's likely the ambiguity is an intentional pun. (Game is a demo similar to a musical maxi single --> Single --> One.)
The official guidebook uses the phrase "Puma's Wan Point Lesson," probably as a pun on "One Point Lesson"