Various – Dance Dance Revolution 2000. P) & (C) 2000 Manufactured, marketed and distributed by Universal Records Philippines Inc. Dance Bug Records is the Universal Records label.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Dance Bug Records (catalog number DBCD 083). This album was released in 2000 year. Format of the release is.
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Dance Dance Revolution Dance Wars, stylized Dance Dance Revolution DANCE WARS and sometimes abbreviated as DDR Dance Wars, is a home release of Dance Dance Revolution, and the third one to be released in iOS. The game stopped functioning at September 1, 2013 due to the team retiring from online. Dance Dance Revolution Dance Wars retains its core gameplay: matching the hit of arrow according to the song's timing. There are basically two game mode players can choose: Battle Mode and Free Play Mode
Dance Dance Revolution Third Mix. Game Music. Legitimately, the only reason I have this CD is that I really want to have all the albums collected as it seems that Dance Dance Revolution is kind of dying out in the states. This is the music right out of DDR Solo 2000! The CD is even just as bass-enhanced as the arcade game music.
On April 20, 2000, Dance Dance Revolution was released for the Japanese PlayStation, adding new music and gameplay elements. A console release was not made for any other region. Despite the popularity of DDR, the series remained relatively unknown outside Japan and few additional arcade releases of DDR were made elsewhere until the multi-regional release of Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova in 2006. 1 debuted at number 14 on the Oricon weekly album chart in April 1996 and reached number 4 in the same chart in May 1996 and ranked number 56 in the yearly Top 100 best-selling album chart in 1996 with 480,980 copies sold. Dancemania has spawned many sub-series projects, such as Summers & Winters, Bass, Euro Mix, Super Techno, Classics, Delux
|01||–Solid Base||This Is How We Do It||3:30|
|02||–Ann Lee||2 Times||3:48|
|03||–Vengaboys||Kiss (When The Sun Don't Shine)||3:33|
|04||–Alice Deejay||Better Off Alone
Producer – Pronti & Kalmani
|07||–Paul Johnson||Get Get Down||2:59|
|08||–Eiffel 65||Blue (Da Ba Dee)||4:45|
|10||–Martina||Crazy For You||3:59|
|11||–Clock||That's The Way I Like It||3:46|
|12||–Amber||Sexual (Li Da Di)||3:53|
|13||–Soda||I Say I Do||2:58|
|15||–Bambee||Bam Bam Bam||4:32|
|16||–Candela Pura||La Banana||3:15|
|17||–Strict Instructor||Steps Two-Three-Four||3:14|
|18||–Alice Deejay||Back In My Life||3:31|
|19||–Rikke*||Gimme Gotta Gimme||3:36|
|20||–Wamdue Project||King Of My Castle||3:29|