- A chiptune remix of El pais del sol is used in the Game Boy Advance Wai Wai Racing Advance, released outside of Japan as Konami Krazy Racers. It is used for the track Poppin' Beach, which features cameos of Nyami, Mimi, Mary, The King, and Dino in the background. (Nyami and The King are playable characters in the game too, and Dino is a special weapon.)
- A remix of El pais del sol by Berimbau'66, titled El pais del sol (GIVE ME MORE SALSA MIX), appears in pop'n music 15 ADVENTURE.
- El pais del sol shares the "sabroso negrito lindo" sample with Quickening.
- El pais del sol is Kaoko Aoki's only contribution to the pop'n music series.
- El pais del sol was originally spelled as El Pais del sol in earlier pop'n music games.
- "Senórita" is a misspelling of "Señorita". "Señorita rica" is a Spanish slang phrase that means "pretty girl".
- In pop'n music 2 and its CS counterpart, El pais del sol's character was MZD [2-3P].
- From pop'n music 4 until pop'n music 18 せんごく列伝, El pais del sol's BPM was shown as 107. This was corrected in pop'n music 19 TUNE STREET, where the BPM is shown correctly as 106-109.
A passionate rhythm blown in on a warm Caribbean breeze.
Song Production Information
Heeeey! The cheerful caribbean daughter, Senórita Rica.
Though there is to say Latin is in various of bites, this music piece is a genre of a stylish system called "Salsa", born in Cuba.
The salsa charm is created with percussion, Guinori's piano, and a vigorous chorus, there is an undulating groovy feeling in there. THe involuntary body that listen to this rhythm is your moving body, let's dance together, you and me!
Salsa is a passionate dance with a couple, b-e-c-a-u-s-e...of your heart, muchas gracias!
Difficulty & Notecounts
|Pop'n Music 4||-||7||-||-||-||-|
|Pop'n Music 9||8||↓6||-||-||5||-|
|Pop'n Music 10→fantasia||↓7||6||-||-||5||-|
|Pop'n Music Sunny Park→Present||-||12||-||-||5||-|
|Pop'n Music CS||-||※7||-||-||-||-|
|Pop'n Music 2 CS||-||※7||-||-||-||-|
|Pop'n Music GB||※7||-||-||-||-||-|