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DDR
DDR MEGAMIX
DDR
10 DDR
Romanized Title -
English Translation -
Genre in Japanese -
Artist Name Romanized -
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BPM 45-333
Status -
Length 2:40
Character Afro
First Appearance Pop'n Music 10
Other Appearance(s) -

Lyrics

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Song Connections / Remixes

  • DDR MEGAMIX is an arranged medley of popular DanceDanceRevolution songs by Naoki Maeda. The songs on it are:
    • 1998, credited to NAOKI (DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME).
    • B4U, credited to NAOKI (DanceDanceRevolution 4thMIX).
    • AFRONOVA, credited to RE-VENGE (DanceDanceRevolution 3rdMIX).
    • 祭 JAPAN, credited to RE-VENGE (DanceDanceRevolution 5thMIX).
    • bag, credited to RevenG (DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME).
    • CAN'T STOP FALLIN' IN LOVE, credited to NAOKI feat. PAULA TERRY (DanceDanceRevolution Solo 2000).
    • BROKEN MY HEART, credited to NAOKI feat. PAULA TERRY (Dance Maniax).
    • LOVE AGAIN TONIGHT -for Mellisa mix-, credited to NAOKI feat. Paula Terry (DanceDanceRevolution 4thMIX).
    • DIVE, credited to BeForU (DanceDanceRevolution 5thMIX).
    • The legend of MAX, credited to ZZ (DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME).
  • While on the pop'n music 10 AC ♡ CS pop'n music 8 original soundtrack the 祭 JAPAN portion has vocals, in-game it does not.
  • The old KONAMI logo music can be heard at the start of DDR MEGAMIX.
  • D2R, exotic ethnic, and PARANOiA are briefly sampled in DDR MEGAMIX.

Trivia

  • AFRO is one of the dancing characters on the DanceDanceRevolution series of games. Another character from the series, EMI, is the pop'n music character of 華爛漫 -Flowers-.
    • Another DanceDanceRevolution character, LADY, appears on AFRO's FEVER WIN animation.
      • In AFRO's 2P colors, she's replaced by NAOKI.
  • BROKEN MY HEART is the only song present on DDR MEGAMIX that didn't originate on a DanceDanceRevolution game, though it did later appear in DanceDanceRevolution 5thMIX.
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