Dance Dance Revolution (Game Boy Color Video Games) - Music


The Game Boy versions of Dance Dance Revolution include various lower-quality synthesized renditions of songs appearing in previous mixes. These mixes are noteworthy in that they contain no original musical content.

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AM-3P Afronova 1,2,3,4,007 Chim Chim Cher-ee Candy
Bad Girls Can't Stop Fallin' In Love 1,2,3,4,007 (hard) D-D-D! Happy Go Lucky
Boom Boom Dollar Club Tropicana Celebrate Nite Electrical Parade Oha Oha Sutaataa
Brilliant 2U Dam Dariram Don't Stop I Want You Back Oha Ska!
Butterfly High Energy Dream A Dream It's A Small World O-HA! Mambo
Butterfly (hard) If You Can Say Goodbye Eat You Up Let's Groove Sayonara No Kawari Ni
Dam Dariram I'm Alive Eat You Up (hard) Let's Twist Again Why!
Dub I Dub In The Navy '99 Get Me In Your Sight Macarena Zonapara (WHY! Parapara Remix)
El Ritmo Tropical La Senorita Higher Macho Duck
Have You Never Been Mellow Love Machine Holiday Mickey Mouse March (Eurobeat)
I Believe In Miracles Mr. Wonderful Hypnotic Crisis Mickey Mouse March (Summertime)
If You Were Here Operator I Don't Want To Miss A Thing Mr. Bassman
La Senorita PARANOiA Rebirth In The Heat Of The Night Night Of Fire
Love Silent Hill Kiss Me Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
PARANOiA Sky High Love Again Tonight Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
PARANOiA MAX So Many Men Luv To Me
SP-Trip Machine Together & Forever Luv To Me (hard)
Turn Me On Vol.4 My Summer Love
Typical Tropical Never Gonna Make
Vol. 4 Pink Dinosaur
Trip Machine Climax
Upside Down
Walkie Talkie

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