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Tell me now, how do I feel about the DDR: Hottest Party track list


We remember when US-released Dance Dance Revolution games had no licensed music whatsoever, filling their track lists with selections from in-house Konami artists. We soon learned to get over the lack of Captain Jack in our home games; and, in fact, grew to appreciate the work of Konami's composers, especially when they started putting music from other Konami games into rotation.

Now that music games are actually popular, Konami can afford to license some recognizable music, which means that your Hottest Parties will be accompanied by appropriately hot music, including the tracks named by Siliconera's Spencer Yip. During his time with the game at E3, he wrote down all the track titles he could. Highlights include C&C Music Factory's Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now), Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round (Like A Record), and, of course, New Order's Blue Monday, the in-game remix of which had better be shortened significantly.

Partial list of songs in DDR Hottest Party:

  • 99 Red Balloons
  • Clocks
  • Blue Monday
  • Buried a Lie
  • Call On Me
  • Caught Up
  • Disco Inferno
  • Far Away
  • Finally
  • Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)
  • Gypsy Woman
  • Hot Stuff
  • I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
  • Karma Chameleon
  • Lips of an Angel
  • Nothing But You
  • Rhythm Is a Dancer
  • Summertime
  • The Sign
  • Too Little, Too Late
  • You Spin Me 'Round (Like a Record)

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