Appearance of the Dancer
He looks like a rock star, a guard, or a biker gang member. He has black shaved hair with a yellow punk crest, a big black and red coat with three Japanese letters on the back, orange glove, black pants and red shoes. He resembles Sho Ayanokoji.
It looks like a garage with Japanese letters written on the walls, two motorbikes and clones of the dancer with slightly different colors and hairstyles: the 1st has purple and black clothes and black punk crest; the 2nd has aqua and black clothes and a higher punk crest; the 3rd has ochre and black clothes and short black hair; the 4th has yellow and black clothes with sunglasses and no hair.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine.
Gold Move 1: Point your right arm to the screen with your left arm down.
Gold Move 2: Put your hands on your chest in a romantic pose.
Gold Move 3: Put your right arm like to point your right while putting your left hand on your face. This is the final move of the routine.
- The motorbikes look similar to the ones in Born To Be Wild; they were likely to be recycled.
- On the menu icon, the coach wears sunglasses, even though he doesn't have them during the routine.
- This song has two avatars in the Just Dance Wii U Avatar Shop: one looks like the coach and the other looks like one of the background dancers.
- This is the first time a non-playable dancer has his/her own avatar.
- Sometimes, the line Can you master baby? is mistakenly displayed as Can't you master baby?.
- The Japanese characters on the dancer's back appear on the pictograms as well.
- This is the first song by DJ OZMA, lead singer of Kishidan, in the series. It is followed by Age Age Every Knight in Just Dance Wii 2.
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