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FAQ by BakaOrochi

Version: 1.4 | Updated: 04/26/2004

Para Para Paradise
Japan version (JPN)
Playstation 2 FAQ
Version 1.4

Dance Simulation
1-2 players

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Copyright 2001 by JuneHa Kim/BakaOrochi
All Rights Reserved.
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FAQ History:

1.0
9/5/01
-First release

1.1
12/20/01
-Versions corrections
-Added information about the Korean versions as well in the FAQ section.

1.2
1/15/02
-Added 2nd Mix information, and the missing Para Paras
-New glitch found in FAQ section!
-More lyrics added

1.3
2/14/02
-New info about Para Paras, relationship to the video series, etc.
Go to FAQ section.

1.4
4/15/04
-Additions for FAQ section (mostly with PPP 2nd Mix and the arcade)
-Removed the fun facts section and "best of" section.
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Contents:

1. What's the point of this FAQ?
2. What the heck is "Para Para Paradise?"
  2a. What is "Para Para?"
  2b. What's the differences between PPP and DDR?
  2c. Hooked on Phonics (pronounciations)
3. How to play
  3a. Judging and scoring
4. Modes of play
5. Frequently Asked Questions (Or questions you might ask...or maybe not)
6. Can you give me some tips/secrets?
7. Songs in this version
  7a. The difficulties/arrows
8. Quotes
9. Lyrics/About the lyrics
10. Closing notes/Thanks/Contact Information

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1. What's the point of this FAQ?
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Well.  I had nothing better to do, and I like this game~

Go figure.

This covers what this game is about, and some tips on how you can pass some
songs, with a bit more of ease.  This is more focus of the game itself, not so
much on ParaPara dancing aspect.
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2. What the heck is "Para Para Paradise?"
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Para Para Paradise is a game by Konami, which takes a specific popular dance
called "ParaPara" in Japan, and turns it into a game.  Although some people
think it's restricting, it can also be fun, as the game uses infrared sensors
instead of a dance pad.

Although there is a ParaParaParadise instructional video, this game is different
from the video.  Instead of just copying the videoed routines, you not only can
do them yourself with the sensors going, but you can also "freestyle," and make
up your own routines with different sets of arrows (with different difficulties)
as well!

Instead of using your feet to play, this game mainly focues on using your hands,
gestures, movements, swings, what-nots.  Basically, instead of using your lower
body/legs like in DDR, you'll be using your upper body/hands and arms instead.
Very minimal lower body movement will be used (and for the most part will not
even be necessary).



  2a. What is "Para Para?"

ParaPara is a popular dance in Japan, that in essence consists of using your
hands and arms to dance to the music.  There are usually routines for a great
deal of songs out there.  The music is usually Euro style, and the routines are
usually created by ParaPara groups (and most songs have one set routines).
Different groups may create variations, but for the most part, the routines are
all the same.  The one misconception about ParaPara is that it's ONLY for girls
or it was CREATED for girls, or at least that ONLY girls do it.  However, there
are plenty ofguys in Japan that do this too (and they're not weird or anything
like that).  There are even ParaPara clubs in Japan where guys and girls do this
sort of thing.

It's almost equivalent to glow sticks and raving in America...

There are also "ParaPara", er, masters so to speak, who usually set the standard,
or at least represent the best of ParaPara dancing.  If you watch the Movies, you
can see one example of one of the best groups in Japan (they're called the
"ParaPara All-Stars").



  2b. What's the differences between PPP and DDR?

Mainly, the fact that you use your hands instead of feet and knees to play.
The game runs PURELY on infrared sensors instead of rubber pressure sensors
and pads.  While you can use your feet, the game wasn't meant to using your
legs, head, butt, whatever body part, unless you're totally messing around.
It's also nowhere as physically strenuous as DDR either.

The game is also 1 player only in the arcade.  The interface is much different.

One REALLY big difference is that the game uses FIVE arrows instead of FOUR.  See How
to Play.



  2c. Hooked on Phonics (pronounciations)

So how DO you say "Para Para"?

Americans say it "Pair-Ah Pair-Ah"
Japanese say it "Pah-Ra Pah-Ra"
It's spelled in Japanese "Pa-Ra-Pa-Ra"

I don't think there's a real right or wrong, although I've heard it argued that
Para Para originated in Japan, thus should be pronounced as from such.


AvexTrax can be pronouced
"ah-VEX-trax"
or
"A-vex-trax"

The Boom Boom Fire guy says "ah-VEX" and the PPP guy says "A-vex."
I don't know...pretty mind-blowing stuff here...

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3. How to play
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The main point of the game:
If you have the ParaPara controller, wave your hand (or whatever body part)
over the corresponding sensor when the scrolling arrow passes right over the
fixed arrows on top of the screen, like DDR.  UNLIKE DDR however, there are also
"hold arrows" (green/white/blue arrows with a line connecting with another
arrow).  When you approach these arrows, you must hold your, uh, body part over
the corresponding sensor until the "hold arrow" is completed.  Think of the
"hold arrow" as a really long arrow that instead of just simply waving your hand
over the sensor, you have to hold your hand over the sensor until the long
line/arrow is gone.  This is slightly flawed however, since you can also have
all sensors (or even just one sensor) continually "activated" by holding your
hand (or whatever) over the sensoring while a normal arrow passes over the fixed
arrow, and you'll still get a "GOOD" rating, and build your combo count.

If you're using a Dual Shock/DS2, hit the stick in the corresponding direction
at the right time, like the sensors.  Unlike the sensors, you cannot just simply
hold that direction, and it will count the direction as a "GOOD."

When you enter Game Mode, you choose which type of game mode you want to play:
Single, Versus, or Double.  If you want to play Nonstop or edit data, hit right
on the panel arrow twice, then choose the game type.  Note, you CANNOT change to
Versus mode in the middle of a Single mode game.


Set up of the arrows:

The arcade's sensors are set at a SEMI-CIRCLE, two on the side of you, two on
and angle, both about 45 degrees, and one sensor right in front of you.

For the home sensors, there is an included "template" paper so you can put
the sensors on top of the paper in the specified areas, so that the sensor
setup is like the arcade.


The arrows:

How I'm going to refer to the arrows (to avoid further confusion)-

Scrolling arrows- Normal arrows that scroll from the bottom of the screen to
the top.  These arrows tell you which sensor(s) you need to hit.

Hold arrows- The blue/green/white arrows that look like normal scrolling arrows,
but they have a line (which can vary from REALLY short to REALLY long) under it,
and at the end of it is connected to another arrows, which indicates the end
of the hold.

Fixed arrows- The arrows on top of the screen that never move.  They are dimmed
out, and stay at the top of the screen at all times during the song.

Basically, the point of the game is to watch which scrolling/hold arrows flows
up the screen.  If you get a scrolling arrow, right when the arrow passes over
the fixed arrow, you activate the sensor (by waving a hand or whatever) over
the corresponding sensor.

If you get a Hold arrow, you hold your hand or whatever body part over the
corresponding sensor until the line disappears.  If your hand or whatever body
part leaves the sensor, or somehow the sensor is deactivated, then it will be
counted as a MISS, even if you try to hold you hand over the sensor again.




  3a. Judging and scoring

At the end of your song, the game will rate you according to how well you did on
the song.  You'll be given a "score card" of how well you did, how many Greats!,
Goods, Boo/Misses, and how high your combo was.  It will also tell you if you
even passed the song, and how high your combo was.


Rating:

On the top of the screen during gameplay, you'll have colored gauge.  This is
your Dance Gauge, almost the same as DDR, except now it's numbered by % also.
You start with 30%, and you NEED AT LEAST 70% full to clear a song.

Everytime an arrow passes, you'll be judged on how accurately you activated the
sensor/how accurate you hit the arrow(s).

-If you've hit it dead on, you'll get Great!
-If you hit it a bit off, you'll get Good!
-If you hit it more than 1/8 of a beat off, you'll get Bad and you'll lose a
 few points on your dance gauge.
-If you miss completely, you'll get a Miss, and you'll lose a couple points in
 your Dance Gauge.


Scoring:

In general, the higher your rating (Great!  or Good), the more points you earn.
Hence, try to get more Greats!

The songs are out of 100000 points, if you SSS a song (get ALL Greats), you'll
earn the max 100000 points.



Judgement:

At the end of your song, you get a letter grade for your performance.  The
higher combos and higher scores you earn, the higher the grade.  Also, it
reflects how high of a combo you have ratio-wise to how high of a combo that
is possible.  For example, if song A is 210-combo maximum, and song B is
110-combo maximum, and you earn a 100-combo on both songs, you'll get a lower
grade with song A, but a very high grade with song B.  The highest rating is
S.  Your grade is also reflected by how much points you have on your dance
gauge...usually.

NOTE: YOU CAN STILL FAIL A SONG, EVEN THOUGH YOUR GRADE IS, FOR EXAMPLE, AN S.
YOU NEED TO FINISH THE SONG WITH AT LEAST 70% OF YOUR GAUGE LEFT!


Grades are as follows:

SSS-All Greats!  Full combo.
SS-Lots of Greats, couple goods, full combo
S-Very good performance, few misses.
A-OK performance, few misses.
B-Decent, pretty high Good count if anything.
C-Average, very high Good count usually.
D-Bad, usually mostly Good and Bad/Misses.
F-Fail.  Almost all Misses.

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4. Modes of play
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When you start up the game, and skip through the intro and stuff, here are the
choices you'll see:

1P Start
2P Start
1P Endless
2P Endless
Free
Training
Option
Records
Memory Card (PS2)



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1P Start
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-Starts the game in arcade mode, you will have 3 songs to choose from in a
particular chosen.  You cannot switch difficulties after the first song is
played.

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2P Start
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-A PS2 original mode, where the screen allows 2 players two play.  You can mix
and match either two PPP controllers, 2 DS/2 controllers, or one PPP controller
and one DS/2 controller.

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1P Endless
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-You choose what kind of difficulty/difficulties you want to play, the game will
randomize songs, and continually throw songs until either you fail or complete a
certain amount of songs/achieve the maximum score.

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2P Endless
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-Same as 1P endless, except with two players, so you can both die together of
exhaustion.

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Free
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-Play any song that you want and any difficulty.  You can also choose:
Difficulty modes
How many nonstop songs per MD
Forced Game Over

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Training
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-For Para Para or movie mode, you will play with a video clip from one of the
PPP videoes featuring the Para Para All-Stars.
-You can slow down a song by hitting "down" on the digital pad of your DS2 and
"up" to speed it back up.
-You can skip to different segments of a song by pressing "left" or "right" on
your digital pad on your DS controller.  Songs are divided into segments,
indicated by letters, which can range A-E, sometimes A-G, depending on what
song.
-Yo-Ko will give you tips on what your weakness is in a particular part of a
song after you finish the song.
-You can get rid of that little help menu by hitting "X"

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Option
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Game Level:
-Default on Medium.  The easier you go, the harder it will be for you to fail.

Sound Option:
-Stereo or Mono?  Duh...

Stick Option (1P) or (2P):
-You can change how you activate the sensors through your DS controller using
your analog stick.

Screen Brightness:
-Using "Love Again Tonight"'s background, adjust how bright the screen is so
you're not blinded by some of the effects.

Screen Adjust:
-Adjust the screen positioning in case part of the screen is not showing on your
TV.

Controller Check:
-This is only if you have a PPP controller, to check sensativity.
-If it's too sensative, you will get that "NG" error telling you to turn the
dial on your controller until the "NG" message is gone.

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Records
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Want to see what songs you've already done?
Want to see what the highest grade/score you've gotten on a given song?
Want to see the high scores in a certain difficulty catagory in the arcade mode?
Here you go...

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Memory card
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-Save and load PPP record data.  That's about all it's good for.
-Auto-save will save if you change your options and if you play
1P/2P Game Start mode and Free mode after you quit.

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5. Frequently Asked Questions (Or questions you might ask...or maybe not)
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Q. Do I need to play with the PPP controller?
A. Nope, an standard PSX/PS2 Analog controller will do too, but it's harder.

Q. Who's the girl that's featured all over the game?
A. She's like the mascot, her name is "Yo-Ko".

Q. Can I use the PSX digital pad?
A. Nope.

Q. Where can I get the PPP controller?
A. Ask your local import shop.  Please do not ask me where to purchase this,
as this game has been out for a while.  I am not able to provide locations.

Q. Are there 3rd party controllers?
A. Nope.

Q. What the heck does "NG" mean when I have my PPP controllers hooked up?
A. Basically, your sensors are too sensitive, so undo that blue tape on the
sensor, and turn the dial either way until that "NG" sign goes away.  I have no
clue what it stands for though (NO GOOD?).

Q. Why does all the music sound the same/like so video-game like?
A. Apparently, it's the Japanese style of Euro music, probably not like the
Euro most people are familiar with.

Q. Who produces the soundtrack for PPP?
A. Avex Trax.  Arguably, they're the largest producer of the music industry in Japan,
not just in video games, but in popular music as well.

Q. Where do the songs from PPP come from?
-Where do these "Super Eurobeat" songs come from?
A. According to ShinUkyo, there's a whole "Super Eurobeat" collection in Italy,
where they have over hundreds of volumes of compilations.  Japan imports it,
licenses it, and uses them in games, anime, what-not.

Q. Does the anime series Initial D and PPP have anything in common?
A. Just the "Super Eurobeat" music.  You can find some songs in PPP in Initial
D as well (such as Mikado, Burning Desire, Night of Fire, etc.).

Q. Are there really Para Para clubs in Japan?
A. Yes.

Q. How come the same girls do most of the dances in the movies?
A. They're part of a Para Para group called "Para Para All-Stars,"  arguably
one of the best Para Para groups.

Q. Can I get more of those videoes?
A. There are several videoes that exist in Japan actually.  If you look inside
your instruction booklet or OST CD book (assuming you have the originals), you
can see the names/covers of the videoes that Konami uses in the game (like
ParaPara Paradise, ParaPara All-Stars, etc.).

Q. Who invented Para Para?
A. Who knows?  Supposedly it originated in Japan, but I don't know.

Q. Is PPP similar to DanceManiaX?  Are they the same?
A. In a sense.  Both emphasize the use of hands, and the music styles are
similar, but DMX, supposedly, is easier.  And less popular.

Q. What's this "PPP 1.1" and "PPP 1st Mix Plus?"
A. Basically, add-ons, think of it like 3rd Mix Plus in he arcade.  The PS2
version just includes all the songs from all the versions of 1st Mix.

Q. When I played PPP in the arcade, the interface was very different?
A. PPP for PS2 uses the v1.1 interface.  1st Mix Plus used a listing interface
which never saw a home version.

Q. How come Try Me sounds so familiar?
A. Try Me was originally by JPOP singer Amuro Namie; some people credit her for
popularizing ParaPara.  Her version of Try Me however is in Japanese.
Q. I've heard Tora Tora Tora before too...
A. This was also originally performed by JPOP group Max.  I don't know if
there's another version preceeding that one...

Q. Is Domino's songs in any other game?
A. Domino I believe did some sort of Disney special CD in Japan, most of those
songs are also featured in Dancing Stage featuring Disney Tunes (aka, Dance
Dance Revolution Disney's Rave).

Q. Who is Y&Co?
A. Y&Co is someone affiliated with Avex I believe that does a lot of Euro
remixes, not just for Avex.

Q. Why don't all the songs have Para Paras?
A. Some songs didn't have Para Paras ready for them by the PS2 release but are in 2nd
Mix (i.e. We Two Are One, Feeling of Love, Kiss Kiss Kiss), some simply don't have Para
Paras at all (i.e. Dynamite Rave, Celebrate Nite, Luv to Me Disco mix, Can't Stop Fallin'
in Love).

-NOTE ADDED-

HOWEVER.  The arrows for the following songs on NORMAL difficulty are used in PARAPARA mode
on PPP 2nd Mix in the arcade!  So there are 3 MORE Para Paras in your PPP game!  Just no
movies for them (but for the most part, if you understand arrow patterns, the Para Para
shouldn't be too hard to figure out).
Songs are:
We Two Are One -SEV-
Feeling of Love -SEV-
Kiss Kiss Kiss -SEV-


Q. I heard the Korean version is different.
A. In some ways, yes, it adds some Korean songs (like H.O.T.'s Happiness), and
changed the game's name to "Para Para Dancing."  Same game, new songs added,
different name.

Q. Why are there weird remixes on the 2nd disc of the soundtrack?
A. Some songs have a "new generation" remix, where the song basically just had a
facelift.  The "new gen." remixes were released later after the original song
was released, I believe were remixed by a group of people, who call themselves
"New Generation."  These songs include: Burning Desire, Aishiattemasu?, Night of Fire, 
Boom Boom Fire

Q. If PPP controllers run on infrared sensors...then if I use a remote of some
sort...
A. ...will throw the sensors off.  I haven't tried or confirmed it, and I don't
think I want to.

Q. Is PPP 2nd Mix ever coming out?
A. I don't know.  That's up to Konami of Japan, probably not though.

Q. Are there any glitches in this game?
A. I've found one minor glitch:
After you've played Nonstop game in Free mode, in the next song you play, the announcer
will treat your next song like a Nonstop also, whether or not you do a Nonstop game.

Q. What's "Para Para Dancing"?
A. It's the Korean release of Para Para Paradise, distributed by "Unico," based on
PPP 1.0.

Q. What are the major differences with the Korean and Japanese versions?
A.
1)All text are in Korean (DUH)
2)Songlist, some added, some taken out (i.e. all Japanese songs were taken out)
3)There are 8 sensors on the Korean machine, and no flags on the side.
4)There's an option menu reflecting the 8 sensors so you can do the songs facing left,
right, or completely backwards.

Q. Can you do a full 8-sensor Para Para game?
A. No.

Q. What's the new/gone/changed songs in the Korean version?
A. 
-=-NEW songs-=-
H.O.T.-We Are the Future ~super euro version~
H.O.T.-Happiness ~super euro version~
H.O.T.-Go!  H.O.T. ~super euro version~
BoA-Sara ~super euro version~
SES-I Love You ~super euro version~
SES-Oh! My love ~super euro version~

-=-REMOVED songs-=-
I Wanna Dance
Tora Tora Tora

-=-CHANGED songs-=-
Hold on Me ~Korean Version~


Q. Do these songs have Para Paras?
A. The Korean songs except Hold on Me do NOT have Para Paras nor do they appear in the
Para Para mode songlist.

Q. Are these Korean songs in the PS2 home version?
A. NO.  THEY ARE LICENSED DIFFERENTLY.

Q. What is the series "Para Para Paradise" and "Para Para Stadium?"
A. Avex based the game off of an "instructional" video which featured 6 girls that
they made into a team, called the "Para Para All Stars," who are the girls that are
featured in the "movie" feature of the PS2 game.

Q. Who are the Para Para All Stars (PPA)? (quick history)
A. Avex held open auditions for the PPA team, which is featured in the video
"Para Para Stadium."  They were able to find Satoko (she is the "close-up girl on the
video for Speedway and Night of Fire," who is one of the original members, then added
Tomomi (close-up on Love Again Tonight and Yesterday), Richie (close-up on Mickey
Mouse March), and Maki (the only girl without a close-up, but middle girl in Anniversary
and Energy Love).  Some videoes from PPP1 are in the PS2 videoes.
Later, after the success of Para Para Paradise 1, Avex went on to PPP 2, which they added
two more girls, Miho (close-up on Stay) and Ryoko (close-up on Tora Tora Tora and Crazy For
You).  They also "paired" the girls off, one reason so they would not "compete" against each
other for looks, style, and...what-not.
Pairs:
Satoko, Richie
Tomomi, Ryoko
Maki, Miho

After Para Para Paradise 4, Tomomi left the group to explore new interests, but the group 
continued onto Para Para Paradise 5 with only 5 of them.  They then put Ryoko with Maki and
Miho's group.

Q. A lot of videoes from PPP 1st Mix Plus seem to either be in 1st Mix and 2nd Mix, or not 
there at all.  Why?
A. My guess is that Avex wasn't satisfied with how many Para Paras were in 1st Mix (most of
the routines can be found in Para Para Stadium), so they made 1st Mix Plus which added
Para Paras from PPP 1, and some other popular ones that aren't on the video series. 

Q. Are there "preview" or "trial" songs?
A. *UPDATED* None.

Q.Where are these Para Paras coming from?
A. PPA doesn't necessarily choreograph all their Para Paras.  In fact, Hirokazu Miyachi of
Club Twinstar (Para Para club in Japan) fame helps choreograph some of their dances too.  But
there are already a bunch of Para Paras out there that aren't featured in the video series.
Para Paras have been popularized before the video and the game came out.  There are sometimes
even variations on already existing songs/para paras.  For example, there are 3 different
variations of Night of Fire.

Q. Where do the videoes come from?
A. Some are done by the Para Para All-Stars, specially done for Konami.  Others where it features
either only four Paralists or two paralists at a time, those videoes are from Para Para Paradise
1 (the DVD/VCD, NOT the game).

If you're looking for the arcade video unit, PPP 1.0 and 1.1 use Para Para Stadium.

All videoes were filmed at Club Velfarre.

Q. Are these videoes (in the game) available for sale?
A. For the arcade, not that I'm aware of.  However, if your local arcade has the separate video
unit (which must be purchased separately from the machine), the video disc is a standard
REGION-2 DVD.

Please do not ask me where you can acquire a video unit or the DVD disc, I do not know where
to acquire them either.

Q. Do the new Konami Originals from 1st Mix Plus and 2nd Mix have videoes?
A. No, the video unit only shows "NO MOVIE" for the following songs:
We Two Are One -SEV-
Feeling of Love -SEV-
Kiss Kiss Kiss -SEV-
Broken My Heart -SEV-
Ultra High-Heels -SEV
Dynamite Rave
Celebrate Nite
Can't Stop Falling in Love
Luv to Me -disco mix-

Q. How do people know the routines for those five Super Euro Versions of those songs then?
A. PPP 2nd Mix provides a CG character model that will show you the routine for the songs.

Q. Are there any "APPEND CODE" or unlockables, in the home or arcade?
A. None.

Q. Your FAQ sucks.  I can make a better one.
A. Great.  Then go make a better one.

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6. Can you give me some tips/secrets?
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-To activate "Another" mode songs in EXPERT difficulty:
Hit left, right, left, right, on the song selection screen, you will hear a
sound confirming the correct entry.  Only the following songs will be changed:

Can't Stop Fallin' in Love -super euro version-
Celebrate Nite
Speedway
Dynamite Rave -super euro version-
Eurobeat
Hold on Me
Luv to Me disco mix
Yesterday

To deactivate the mode for those songs, re-enter the code.


-Activate the "secret menu"
You can bring up the "secret menu" by hitting the triangle button on your
DS2 controller, or if you're using the PPP controller, hit both left and right
arrows at the same time.  You will be able to change the movie settings in PPP
difficulty, toggle high-speed mode, hidden, sudden, etc.

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7. Songs in this version
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Dave Rodgers - 100   *This is pronounced "one-oh-oh", not "one hundred"*
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 155
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Key-A-Kiss - Aishiattemasu?
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 145
PPP Version: PPP 1.1

Dave Rodgers - Ale' Japan
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 148
PPP Version: PPP 1.1

Dave, Domino, and Virginelle - Anniversary
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 150
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Franz Tornado and the "Mad Cow Girls" - Bandolero Comanchero
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 150
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

D. Essex - Boom Boom Fire
Producer: Avex Trax/B4 ZA Beat
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Mega NRG Man - Burning Desire
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 148
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Naoki - Can't Stop Fallin' in Love
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 155
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Naoki with Y&Co - Can't Stop Fallin' in Love -super euro version-
Producer: Konami Sound Team/Y&Co.
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

N.M.R. - Celebrate Nite
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 146
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Pizza Girl - Crazy for You
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 157
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Mako - Dancer
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Key-A-Kiss - Deluxe
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 153
PPP Version: PPP 1.1

Dr. Love - Don't Stand so Close
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 155
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Naoki - Dynamite Rave
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 150
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Naoki with Y&Co - Dynamite Rave -super euro version-
Producer: Konami Sound Team/Y&Co.
BPM: 150
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Delta Queens - Energy Love
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 156
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Dr. Love - Eurobeat
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 157
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Tohei Shimizu with Ventura - Feeling of Love -super euro version-
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 150
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Ika - Go Godzilla Go
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 158
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

tiger YAMATO - Hold on Me
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 152
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Domino - I Wanna Dance
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 152
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Virginelle - Jealousy
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 152
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Dave Rodgers - Kingdom of Rock
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 156
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Naoki with B4 ZA Beat - Kiss Kiss Kiss -super euro version-
Producer: Konami Sound Team/Dancemania Sound Team
BPM: 157
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Virginelle - Like a Virgin
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 148
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Naoki feat. Paula Terry - Love Again Tonight -high speed mix-
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

tiger YAMATO - Luv to Me -disco mix-
Producer: Konami Sound Team
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

tiger YAMATO with Y&Co - Luv to Me -super euro version-
Producer: Konami Sound Team/Y&Co.
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Niko - Made of Fire
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Domino - Mickey Mouse March -eurobeat version-
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 152
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Marko Polo - Money Go!
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 158
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Go Go Girls - My Sweet Banana
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Niko - Night of Fire
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 155
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Go Go Girls - O Sole Mio
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Go Go Girls - One Night in Arabia
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 151
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Domino - Play with the Numbers
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Leslie Parrish - Remember Me
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 153
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Lolita - Romeo & Juliet
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 151
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Niko - Speedway
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 157
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Derrick Simons - Station to Station
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Victoria - Stay
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Domino - Tora Tora Tora
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 148
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Lolita - Try Me
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 146
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Bazooka Girls - velfarre 2000
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Lala Moore with B4 ZA Beat - We Two Are One -super euro version-
Producer: Konami Sound Team/Dancemania
BPM: 160
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus

Cherry - Yesterday
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 158
PPP Version: PPP 1.0

Madison - You Can Light My Fire
Producer: Avex Trax
BPM: 154
PPP Version: PPP 1st Mix Plus





  7a. The difficulty and arrows

Each song's difficulty is measured by a star.  As you go up in difficulty,
you'll notice that the songs get progressively harder.

TWO SIDE NOTES:

1)Not all difficulties have ALL the songs.  For example, some songs like
Dynamite Rave, We Two Are One don't appear in ParaPara difficulty, nor do
they have ParaPara dances to them.  Can't Stop Fallin' in Love -super euro
version- doesn't appear in Hard difficulty.  And so forth.

2)In Para Para mode, THE STARS DO NOT REFLECT HOW MANY ARROWS APPEAR, OR HOW
HARD THE ARROWS ARE TO HIT.  It reflects the difficulty of the routine.


100 (1:24)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 88
Normal: 4
-Arrows: 212
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 265
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 336

Aishiattemasu? (1:23)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 69
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 154
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 232
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 307

Ale' Japan (1:41)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 148
Normal: 4
-Arrows: 181
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 251
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 311

Anniversary (1:36)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 122
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 251
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 277
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 350

Bandolero Comanchero (1:21)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 140
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 171
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 247
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 345

Boom Boom Fire (1:25)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 129
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 168
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 272
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 341

Burning Desire (1:35)
ParaPara: 5
-Arrows: 133
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 187
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 280
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 355

Can't Stop Fallin' in Love (1:36)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 192
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 281
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 436

Can't Stop Fallin' in Love -super euro version- (1:50)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 169
Normal: 4
-Arrows: 228
Hard: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 333
Expert Another: 7
-Arrows: 418

Celebrate Nite (1:23)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 165
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 238
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 298
Expert Another: 7
-Arrows: 338

Crazy for You (1:30)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 121
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 106
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 223
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 292

Dancer (1:26)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 118
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 161
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 191
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 275

Deluxe -eurobeat mix- (1:48)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 117
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 187
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 399
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 500

Don't Stand so Close (1:29)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 100
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 167
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 203
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 302

Dynamite Rave (1:36)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 182
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 244
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 408

Dynamite Rave -super euro version- (1:28)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 143
Normal: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Hard: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 323
Expert Another: 7
-Arrows: 395

Energy Love (1:29)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 125
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 170
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 231
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 334

Eurobeat (1:20)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 120
Normal: 1
-Arrows: 158
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 221
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 299
Expert Another: 7
-Arrows: 347

Feeling of Love -super euro version- (1:13)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 124
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 185
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 272

Go Godzilla Go (1:25)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 141
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 202
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 283
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 341

Hold on Me (1:47)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 214
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 206
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 263
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 343
Expert Another: 6
-Arrows: 455

I Wanna Dance (1:21)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 119
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 121
Hard: 3
-Arrows: 156
Expert: 4
-Arrows: 228

Jealousy (1:28)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 124
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 155
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 236
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 333

Kingdom of Rock (1:24)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 123
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 178
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 248
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 351

Kiss Kiss Kiss -super euro version- (1:26)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 121
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 205
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 422

Like a Virgin (1:25)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 100
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 180
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 230
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 300

Love Again Tonight -high speed mix- (1:34)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 181
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 181
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 228
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 296

Luv to Me -disco mix- (1:29)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 235
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 381
Expert Another: 6
-Arrows: 388

Luv to Me -super euro version- (1:43)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 148
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 200
Hard: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 500

Made of Fire (1:20)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 178
Normal: 4
-Arrows: 194
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 280
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 372

Mickey Mouse March -eurobeat version- (1:31)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 152
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 140
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 295
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 317

Money Go! (1:15)
ParaPara: 6
-Arrows: 89
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 119
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 166
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 317

My Sweet Banana (1:25)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 112
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 161
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 258
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 343

Night of Fire (1:31)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 124
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 203
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 260
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 343

O Sole Mio (1:25)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 125
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 146
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 275
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 388

One Night in Arabia (1:22)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 125
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 126
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 160
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 239

Play with the Numbers (1:25)
ParaPara: 5
-Arrows: 104
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 147
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 347
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 362

Remember Me (1:29)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 140
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 131
Hard: 3
-Arrows: 199
Expert: 4
-Arrows: 239

Romeo & Juliet (1:27)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 93
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 112
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 241
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 287

Speedway (1:28)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 89
Normal: 1
-Arrows: 108
Hard: 3
-Arrows: 201
Expert: 4
-Arrows: 283
Expert Another: 7
-Arrows: 355

Station to Station (1:25)
ParaPara: 2
-Arrows: 87
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 166
Hard: 5
-Arrows: 228
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 394

Stay (1:39)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 163
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 155
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 235
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 314

Tora Tora Tora (1:18)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 154
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 88
Hard: 3
-Arrows: 239
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 385

Try Me (1:43)
ParaPara: 1
-Arrows: 98
Normal: 2
-Arrows: 122
Hard: 3
-Arrows: 157
Expert: 4
-Arrows: 224

velfarre 2000 (1:52)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 152
Normal: 4
-Arrows: 236
Hard: 6
-Arrows: 387
Expert: 7
-Arrows: 644

We Two Are One -super euro version- (1:34)
ParaPara: N/A
-Arrows: N/A
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 157
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 203
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 320

Yesterday (1:55)
ParaPara: 3
-Arrows: 224
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 196
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 286
Expert: 5
-Arrows: 334
Expert Another: 6
-Arrows: 476

You Can Light My Fire (1:26)
ParaPara: 4
-Arrows: 190
Normal: 3
-Arrows: 151
Hard: 4
-Arrows: 220
Expert: 6
-Arrows: 290

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8. Quotes
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Starting Game:
"Come On!"


During loading:
"Super Eurobeat of Avex and Konami unites a new dance!"
"Show me your cool dance!"
"Everyone is waiting for you!"
"Come on to the stage!"
"The stage is ready for your dance!"


For Nonstop courses:
"Here it comes!  SEB nonstop game!"


Stage finishes:
Cleared
"Stage Clear!"


Failed
"Stage Fail"
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9. About these lyrics
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There about 50 songs here, and since most of the singers in WELL over half
of these songs DON'T sing proper english, and few sing in complete Japanese
(which I SUCK at romanizing), a HUGE part of these lyrics are probably WRONG
(unless I found them already).  A few I've gotten from the Initial D lyric
sheet...

If you have a song lyric that I don't have on here, feel free to submit them,
I'd really appreciate it ^_^



*?* indicates inaudible parts/words
(?) indicate parts I'm not sure about



100
-Dave Rodgers

I'm on the radio
I wanna show you the light of fire
Follow me over the world tonight
I'm ready

Take me baby, get my fire!
I don't wanna play alone
Are you ready to have some fun?
Now I wanna count with you!

1-0-0!
I really wanna be free
It's like a sun into your life
1-0-0!
I'm getting crazy
Moonlight shining on you baby
1-0-0!
I wanna sing it for you
It's like a sun into your life
1-0-0!
I'm getting crazy
Moonlight shining on you baby~





Anniversary
-Dave, Domino, and Virginelle

*whoa~*
*whoa~*
*whoa~*
*whoa~*

*?*
I'm gonna call your name
I know this time you want to get it (?)
If you stay with me and celebrate, baby

Stay close to me, cuz I want to see
Wanna see the color of your blue eyes baby
This is the night, why don't you see the light (?)
*?* A heart for your big love

Celebrate, meditate, this anniversary
Let's dedicate to love, this magic moment
You know this magic, time is bringus peace and love (?)
We gotta leave the biggest emotion,

Celebrate, meditate, this anniversary
Let's dedicate to love, this magic moment
You know this magic, time is bringus peace and love (?)
We gotta leave the biggest emotion,

*whoa~*
*whoa~*
*whoa~*
*whoa~*





Burning Desire
-Mega NRG Man

Like a greedy man, I'm coming back to you
It's time to play my game, I can't stay without you
Wanna get you, baby!
I'm gonna take your love
Cause I need it

Let me be your man, and let me kiss you there
I need to touch your body, it's gonna be all right
Want you tonight, baby!
I wanna get your love
To make love now!

I wanna be close to you, I wanna see your body move
Don't take a rest, can you make me hot tonight?
I'm like a bomb, I'm busting out!

It's a burning desire (it's burning me)
Takes my heart and my soul (Whoa ho!)
Cause you're just like the fire
I'm goin' out of control!
And you drive me crzy!

It's a burning desire (it's burning me)
Takes my heart and my soul (Whoa ho!)
Cause you're just like the fire
I'm goin' out, I'm getting crazy for you
I want you baby!





Can't Stop Fallin' In Love
-Naoki

My life meant nothing to me, then a guy like you came along
Everything's moving so fast, I gotta keep my feet on the ground

My happy days are over cuz I can always be with you
Lying in your arms *?*
Make me feel all so brand new

Can't stop fallin' in love
Tell me you will be true forever baby
I just can't stop dreamin' of you everyday, everyway

Say you love me baby
Say you will always be mine
You'll never break my heart, no...

I just can't stop fallin' in love
*?*
Makin' love with you is all I wanna do (wanna do)

Can't stop fallin' in love
Give me your heart and soul
Stay with me this time, and we'll make history
You and me...





Can't Stop Fallin' in Love -super euro version-
-Naoki with Y&Co

Can't stop fallin' in love

Can't stop fallin' in love
Oooo~
Can't stop fallin' in love

My life meant nothing to me, then a guy like you came along
Everything's moving so fast, I gotta keep my feet on the ground

My happy days are over cuz I can always be with you
Lying in your arms *?*
Make me feel all so brand new

Can't stop fallin' in love
Baby you be *?*
Makin' love with you is all I wanna do (wanna do)

Say you love me baby
Say you will always be mine
You'll never break my heart, no...

I just can't stop fallin' in love
Give me your heart and soul
Stay with me this time, and we'll make history
You and me...





Celebrate Nite
(The rap part will be filled in later)
-N.M.R.

*???*

Come on baby it's party time (I like it, I like it)
Come on baby it's party (Come on and have a party)
Celebrate the night (*???*)
Will somebody please save my life tonight

*Repeat*

Come on baby it's party time (I like it, I like it)
Let's get together, come on and have a party
Who do you think you are?
Will somebody please save my life tonight





Crazy for You
-Pizza Girl

I'm waiting for the time for you to call me
I never thought that I could really feel so alone
*?*
I'm so tired to *?* alone~

The *?* you are to open up my soul
Whoa~
I can't resist, my heart can't wait
Looking for your eyes in the night~

I'm crazy for you
I'm crazy for you
I feel like I'm running through the fire
What can I do?
I'm crazy for you~

I'm crazy for you
I'm crazy for you
I'm losing my heart into the fire
What can I do?
I'm crazy...I'm crazy for you~





Don't Stand so Close
-Dr. Love

Don't stand so
Don't stand so
Don't stand so close to me

Baby you belong to me
Yes you do, yes you do
You know my *?*

I will make you wanna cry (?)
Yes I do, Yes I do
All would be good (?)

You're like a cruel device (?)
Your blood is cold like ice
Poison for my veins
I'm breaking my chains

One look and you can kill
*?*
Your love is for me!

I said try me, take a chance on the motions
Or now and never, close to your heart
I said try me, take a chance on the passion
We'll be together all the time

I said try me, take a chance on the motions
Or now and never, into my heart
I said try me, take a chance on my passion
We'll be together till the morning light

Don't stand so
Don't stand so
Don't stand so close to me





Dynamite Rave
-Naoki

Dynamite rave!
Come on everybody (Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go!)
And get on the floor yeah!

Techno, rave, it's time to make a stand
And pave the way, some might say
Let it go, stay with the flow
Stay on the beat, move your feet
On concrete, on the dance floor
If you want more?  Then I'll give you more!
If it's too hard core, then let me know
I stop this show then bring it back
To be exact, at 12 O'Clock
Rock the spot, it's too damn hot
They told me so, dynamite rave!
It's on the down low, use your inner glow
To make a move, show and prove
The man with the lisp sounds so quick
When you can see me on TV
On the radio, hear me blow!

I don't wanna give up (Oh no!)
we're gonna have a party, have a really great time
Yeah, yeah!
Just feel the heat!
Listen to the music and feel that beat!

(C'mon, c'mon!
ahhh...Get up!  C'mon, c'mon!
Can you feel it? *?* *?*
C'mon, get up!  C'mon, c'mon!
*?* *?*
*?* Ahhhh yeah!)

Jump, jump do your thing
This be the bomb, try to sing
Narrator king, spread your wings
Make your head ring to this song (Ah ah ah, can you feel it?)
All night long, jack your body
To this party feel the pain
When you strain, don't refrain
Please don't stop until you drop (C'mon c'mon c'mon just bust a groove!)

I don't wanna give up
we're gonna have a party, have a really great time
Yeah, yeah!
Just feel the heat!
Listen to the music and feel that beat!
Yeah!





Dynamite Rave -super euro version-
-Naoki with Y&Co

Dynamite rave! (c'mon!)

Come on everybody
And get on the floor
Come on everybody
And get on the floor
Yeah!

Jump, jump do your thing
This be the bomb, try to sing
Narrator king, spread your wings
Make your head ring to this song
All night long, jack your body
To this party feel the pain
When you strain, don't refrain
Please don't stop until you drop

I don't wanna give up
We're gonna have a party, have a really great time
Yeah, yeah!
Just feel the heat!
Listen to the music and feel that beat! (Oh!)

(Ahhh...Can you feel it?)





Energy Love
-Delta Queens

Bad girls, staying all night in search of
bad boys, waiting to play their game with
bad toys; give them to me.
I convey to you the magic of love and fire~

I need your touch
(*?*)
I speak too much
(*?*)
I need your hands, baby give them to me
You *?*

Energy love, hot like a fire
I can't say no to the passion you give to me
Energy love, don't be afraid
You're the only one that gets on my desire

Energy love, hot like a fire
I can't say no to the passion you give to me
Energy love, don't be afraid
You're the only one that gets on my desire

Energy love~





Station to Station
-Derreck Simons

Right today, till tonight
You gotta run away
Cause you'll be the winner
Beat your drum, like your heart
You gotta beat in time
I will give you power

Run in the night, follow the lights
Like an emotion, take it right
I'll be with you, you'll see tonight
Gonna tell you your destination

Station to station, play with emotion
Wanna lead the new revolution
Station to station, ready to action
Gotta feel the power inside you

Station to station, play with emotion
Wanna lead the new revolution
Station to station, ready to action
Gotta feel the power inside you

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10. Closing notes/Thanks/Contact Information
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This FAQ is strictly based on my observations and my techniques.  It may not
work for you, and in which case, you can find other great beginner's FAQs out
there that may work for you.  ^_^


Thanks to...
GameFAQs, heck, I never had more motivation to do this kinda thing ^_^
Konami (KCEJ) and the Bemani team for making such a kick arse game~
DJ Paranoia, Koneko, AllStarAlice, and Holy_Knight_7 for the music, videoes, and
 getting me into this game, and telling me where to buy it~ Also provided me with
 a lot of background about Para Para~
The 7th Step (http://www.7thstep.net)
Bemanistyle (http://www.bemanistyle.com , you can find more media regarding Para Para there!)
6th Ave. Arcade (Comics & Cards)
And anyone else I've forgotten, sorry!!!



Copyrights...(every game I mentioned thus far)
ParaParaParadise, DancemaniaX, Dancing Stage, and Dance Dance Revolution is
trademark of Konami, Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (KCEJ), Konami Computer
Entertainment Tokyo (KCET), and the Bemani development team.
ParaPara Paradise is also copyright of AvexTrax.
All songs are copyright of AvexTrax and Konami Sound Team.
Dancemania music compilation series is trademark/copyright of Toshiba Emi.
PlayStation and Playstation2 is trademark/copyright of Sony Computer Entertainment.


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-Other such stupidity


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