Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix, known as Dancing Stage featuring Disney's Rave in Japan and Dancing Stage Disney Mix in Europe, is a music video game based on Konami's popular Dance Dance Revolution series with animated Disney characters and electronic dance music remixes of past Disney songs. They also include a few non-Disney songs that were popular at the time of the game's release.

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Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix - Music
... the following 20 songs Artist Song Title Club Disney Are You Ready Do The Bus Stop Domino Chim Chim Cher-ee The Alfee feat ... Stars IT'S A SMALL WORLD Tomosuke/U1-Asami IT'S A SMALL WORLD (Ducking Hardcore MIX) Earth, Wind Fire Let's Groove Chubby Checker Let's Twist Again Stone ... Domino Mickey Mouse March (SUMMERTIME EXTENDED Version) U1 Jewel Style Midnite Blaze Club Disney (sampling the 1963 Johnny Cymbal song "Mr ...
Dance Dance Revolution (TV Video Games) - Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix - Music
... The game features 9 songs Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix song list Song Artist As made famous by Chim Chim Cher-ee Domino Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke D.D.D! ~ (Happy 65th Anniversary for Donald Duck) ~ The ... WORLD AbeatC All Stars The Sherman Brothers IT'S A SMALL WORLD (Ducking Hardcore MIX) Tomosuke/U1-Asami The Sherman Brothers Macho Duck Domino Clarence Nash Mickey Mouse March (Eurobeat Version) Domino Mickey ...

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