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Un numéro tout particulier du Podcast de comin, tourné dans le studio 4 de la TSR pour cette cinquième édition de GRAND prix des créatifs romands Encore une réalisation ThierryWeber****
7 Jun 2008
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Appalacha Comin Atcha is the third song in the 2009 JAZZAM All Good set. This song combines hip-hop, funk, soul, rock, and improv jam as a tribute to the band's roots in the Appalachian area. *******www.myspace****/jazzam. JAZZAM is a high energy- get the party started NOW- jazz/power-funk band. With modern and traditional influences ranging from Jazz, Funk, Soul, Rock, R&B and World Music, every set has its own distinct flavor and its own unique pulsating intensity. By skillfully integrating short quotes of current and traditional cover songs into their tight jams and performing full covers that regularly knock audiences’ collective socks off, JAZZAM relies heavily on highly composed original tunes while maintaining a close connection to a wide variety of audience favorites Band members: Clinton Clegg - Lead Vocals Glenn Strother - Guitar & Vocals Marc Sterling - Bass Guitar John Riley - Drums Jeremy "Crackey" McDonough - Keyboards Having toured the jam scene of the United States, sharing the stage with musicians the likes of George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Ben Harper, Umphrey's McGee, Bassnectar, Buckethead, Les Claypool, Rusted Root, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Toots & The Maytals, as well as members of Phish and the Grateful Dead, the veteran members of JAZZAM have been together for over 5 years which leads to amazingly intuitive and natural improvisational jam sessions that get any crowd rocking. You can catch JAZZAM most often in their hometown city: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While maintaining a refined and subtle approach, JAZZAM draws on the raw energy and power emitted from their frenzied, gyrating fans. Sending the energy back full force while creating an overflowing pool of dance-able funk that pours out from the stage, the band immerses the crowd with hypnotic grooves and complex melodic harmonies, dragging them deeper and deeper into the music.
26 Jul 2009
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John Fogerty :: Comin' Down The Road (live DVD)
21 Oct 2009
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Christmas Lights synchronized to "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" by the Jackson 5.
6 Dec 2009
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
16 Jun 2011
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
16 Jun 2011
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
16 Jun 2011
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
16 Jun 2011
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
16 Jun 2011
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
16 Jun 2011
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 158 Length 1 minute 41 seconds =D Foot Levels 4 / 6 / 8 / 0 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: 2003 Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Comin' Back Song Artist: Banya Song Album [direct .mp3]: Pump It Up Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ The Return To The Start! ********** Ah! The memories this stepchart brings! ^_^ Before Namco's Time Out Arcade ever introduced locally Dance Dance Revolution in the small city I grew up in [Albany, Georgia]; a "mini-mall" shopping complex meets in-door flea market run and maintained mostly by Asians [Koreans to be more exact!] so-named the Millennium Mall: introduced Pump It Up to the small city of Albany, Georgia! Although much thanks to a purchase made by my younger brother from a video game store so-named Babbage's in the Albany Mall Dance Dance Revolution became the very first "Dance Game" I ever played... Pump It Up was the first dance game I played on a foot Pad! =D This all happened during the time Dreamcast and Nintendo 64 were THE thing and "Dolphin" (GameCube) was being talked about. ^_^ At the time we began playing Pump It Up at the just-downtown Millennium Mall -- I had not ever seen anything like it! Sure playing DDR was fun and interesting and all--catching "Musical Arrows as Notes" in time with music with your hands but THIS--this was played with your feet! O.O I had recently turned 19 and had begun my first Spring Semester during my going-on second year at Darton College when I was virtually "dragged" onto the machine to give it a try. Didn't do so hot the first time. Second time either. The third time did a little better but was still in awe at how different this game was from the one at home [DDR on the Sony Playstation]. The music was enjoyable but was little like what was on DDR or local radio! Of course it was! It was all in Korean. ^_^ This in addition to the "5-Star" [5-point] dance pad--4 arrows and one "center step..." also was WOW! O.O The background animations playing out like a "Mini Story" or "Mini Anime Series" is what truly intrigued me about this video game. The original DDR we had at home had 3D rendered backgrounds and designs but this was very different. Sometimes I'd skip my turn and watch my siblings play just to view the cool and sometimes bizarre backgrounds! [Space Fantasy!? Oh My GOD! Is that a molester in "Run To You!?"] However... I would not play "Comin' Back" for just-at 3-year's time when Putt-Putt would transform from Putt-Putt Golf And Games [which I grew up with] to The All American Fun Park [which had smoking hot employees o.o] and installed full-armed Laser Tag, a batting cage, and BOTH machines in the arcade: DDR & Pump It Up! Comin' Back To This Stepchart! ********** The "Light Steps" are meant to be a "remixed-rendition" of the original steps which to this day is still some of the most fun I have ever had in a Dance Chart hands-down! [for DDR or Pump! ^_^] At the time was only able to do the first two levels for some songs [drop to your hands on hardest!? WHOA! o.o] The "Standard Steps" essentially became my favorite set as the desire was to create a "4-arrow" fun song stepchart on-rhythm with the song in a style kind of like "Daikenkai" (Which I had only recently played at the time). Initially the "Heavy Steps" were "on-tempo" with the music, but after completing the chart--I went back over it a few months later to add a couple of arrows and made a mistake and offset the chart! ...It turned out to be a "Good mistake" as the "new" steps rode the rhythm and had a quirky feel to them that I really came to like. =) After sharing on Bemanistyle, I decided to leave it that way! And so the steps stayed minor offset and I hope you enjoy all 3 sets! =D Thank You for taking the time to read! =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -WAM! Tiger M. Gales [All-Start! Saturday! =~/ \ ] -11:29 PM (6/11/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, The Biding House, U.S.A.] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company P.S. Special thanks to YouTube user xddr1996x for letting me know the Korean Pop band/artist group Sechskies performed this song! =D JUST learned this year nearly 10 years later! =D Stay AWESOME everybody! Take care and enjoy 2011 and all years to follow! =D F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M Who Is TIGER M? *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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