|This article is about M/A/R/R/S' song. You may be looking for Technotronic's song with a similar name.|
Appearance of the Dancer
Just Dance 2
The dancer is a male astronaut. He has blue hair and his suit is red and orange with a blue robot face.
In the remake, he is in a darker shade of red and orange and the robot face is now purple. His hair is also purple.
Just Dance 2
The background appears to be a space layout. There are many flashing lights in lines that flash quickly. A small circle moves along to the DJ scratches.
In the Just Dance Now remake, the background changes colors during some parts, the circle is made considerably bigger, and the background nebula is made clearer. It gets more out of focus when the coach rotates his arms, and the asteroid are more reddish and less visible.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the routine.
Both Gold Moves: Whip an 'infinity' sign with your right hand.
Pump Up The Volume appears in the following Mashups:
- Barbra Streisand
- Built For This (Robots)
- (I've Had) The Time Of My Life
Istanbul (Not Constantinople)
- Love You Like A Love Song
- What Makes You Beautiful
Pump Up The Volume appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves.
- Back To Front
- Man On The Moon
- Moon Walker
- Pump It Up
- Step From Space
- The dancer and background is a nod to the planet Mars, due to the fact that M/A/R/R/S is the artist.
- There's an avatar of this dancer in Just Dance 2014. To get it, players must get to level 450 on the World Dancefloor. It is also available in Just Dance 2015, where the player must partake in two tournaments in order to unlock it.
- In the Just Dance: Summer Party trailer, The coach is in front of the American Boy background. The strangest thing is that the pictograms shown in the clip are from American Boy and not from Pump Up The Volume.
- The dancer appears in the Built For This Mashup which has the theme "Robots", even though he isn't a robot.
- There is a lyrics error in the song: whenever "Automatic" is said, the lyrics say "Rhythmic".
- Also, when "Dance, dance" is said, the line is separate ("Dance/Dance").
- In the Just Dance Now remake, the dancer no longer shoots spheres but rather a fading light effect.
- For this song was supposed to be an avatar on Just Dance 4.
- Along with Firework, Pon de Replay and Barbie Girl, Pump Up The Volume was in the first DLC cycle in the entire history of the series.
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