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... Some songs in the game are from the DDR Solo games, Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix, and preview songs from Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix—such as "DIVE" by ... New Konami Original Ending song of Dance Dance Revolution 4thMix Konami Original from previous versions "CAN'T STOP FALLIN' IN LOVE" NAOKI from Dance Dance Revolution Solo 2000 "CELEBRATE NITE" N.M.R ... MIX)" MUSTACHE MEN from Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix Plus "DROP OUT" NW260 from Dance Dance Revolution Solo 2000 "HYSTERIA" NAOKI 190 from Dance Dance Revolution Solo Bass Mix "Let the beat hit 'em ...
... Dance Dance Revolution Extreme soundtrack Song Artist Note Licensed Songs "Believe" Eddie.J from Karaoke Revolution cover of Cher "BIZARRE LOVE TRIANGLE" Jerry from Karaoke Revolution cover of New Order "Divin ... Kids In America" KIM WILDE from the album Kim Wilde "LADIES' NIGHT" ∠R from Karaoke Revolution cover of Kool and the Gang "Like A Virgin" tama_happytone from Karaoke ... Dancemania SPEED 8 cover of Faith Hill "WAITING FOR TONIGHT" P.A.T from Karaoke Revolution cover of Jennifer Lopez "WONDERLAND (UKS Mix)" X-TREME from Dancemania SUMMERS 2 cover of Earth, Wind Fire ...
... An offshoot of the Dance Dance Revolution series, Dance Dance Revolution Solo added two additional arrows to the dance stage ... Most of the music exclusive to Dance Dance Revolution Solo was reused in the main DDR series of games ... See also List of Dance Dance Revolution Solo video games Dance Dance Revolution Solo portal (Japanese) ...
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