Konami Spins Out The Hottest Tracks For Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3

Konami Spins Out The Hottest Tracks For Dance
Dance Revolution Ultramix 3

The Most Diverse Selection of Songs of any
Dance Dance Revolution Video Game Released in North America

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – November 2, 2005 – Konami
Digital Entertainment – America, a division of Konami Digital Entertainment,
Inc., today announced a partial song list for Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX®3
(DDR ULTRAMIX 3) for the Xbox® video game and entertainment system from
Microsoft. Featuring more than 70 songs across multiple genres and styles of
music, DDR ULTRAMIX 3 will get gamers moving and grooving with the largest music
variety of any Dance Dance Revolution® title released in North America to date.
This latest addition to the innovative, multi-million selling franchise will be
bumpin’ with beats from such artists as Black Eyed Peas, Blackalicious, NOFX,
and Moby, plus smash-hits like “Crazy In Love” and “Play That Funky Music.” The
game will also feature real music videos from select artists during gameplay,
and voiceover commentary from Radio Active, MC and beatboxer for the band
Spearhead.

“Music is clearly an important element in a music
game and that is why the song selection in DDR is so varied and unique,” said
Jason Enos, Product Manager for Konami Digital Entertainment – America. “DDR
ULTRAMIX 3 delivers the broadest scope of music genres and artists to ever
appear in a DDR game plus the flexibility of downloading new music via Xbox
Live®.”

DDR ULTRAMIX 3 will also support the 60
downloadable songs via Xbox Live from DDR ULTRAMIX and DDR ULTRAMIX 2 ($5 for 5
songs). Additionally in November a free song will be available for download via
Xbox Live after the game releases, the first time a free music download has ever
been offered for DDR on Xbox Live. Other pay to download song packs exclusive to
DDR ULTRAMIX 3 will be available starting in November and will update on a
monthly basis.

DDR ULTRAMIX 3 is scheduled to ship on November
15th for the Xbox. The game will support a breadth of Xbox Live features,
including head-to-head online play, downloadable and uploadable content,
Internet rankings, messaging and live talk. The game also includes a new
‘Jukebox Mode’ which allows players to listen to the soundtrack with
visualization display and build and save custom play lists. For more
information, please visit:
www.konami.com/gs
.

Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX 3 Song List (Not
including Hidden Songs)


SONG
TITLE:                                                   
                                    ARTIST:


AKUMAJO DRACULA MEDLEY


KUKEIHAKURABU


Alphabet Aerobics


Blackalicious


Bag


RevenG


Balalaika, Carried With The Wind (Jondi&Spesh
mix)


Julie Ann Frost


Bassile


or-if-is


Bath of Least Resistance


NOFX


Body Rock (Olav Basoski’s Da
Hot Funk Da Freak Funk Remix)


Moby


BRE
K
DOWN!


Be For U


BUTTERFLY


SMILE.dk


BYE BYE BABY BALLOON


JOGA


CANDY


Luv UNLIMITED


CARNIVAL DAY


Paula Terry & Fu Fu’s


Come With Me


Raindancer


Come With Me


Yahel & Tammy


Conflict (Turmoil Mix)


The Azoic


Crazy In Love


wg feat. Indra J


Daikenkai


Des-ROW ∙ UNION


Delta 32(UFO! Remix)


True Force


Destiny lovers


MIYUKI KUNITAKE


e-motion


e.o.s.


Firefly


Be For U


Hash the Sun


Chatanix


Hateful


The Clash


Hey Mama


Black Eyed Peas


Hot On the Phone


Boyjazz


I Am Gothic (2003 Remix)


Spray


I Just Wanna Live


Good Charlotte


Imperfection (Tycho Brahe mix)


Real Life


Istanbul (Not Constantinople)


They Might Be Giants


KISS ME ALL NIGHT LONG


NAOKI J-STYLE feat. MIU


Mi Alma


Ozomatli


Midnight Frankenstein


Stay Gold Pony Boy


Miracle Moon (L.E.D.LIGHT STYLE MIX)


Togo Project feat. Sana


Moment 40


Moshic


Nari Narien (Jay Dabhi remix)


Jay Dabhi vs. Hisham Abbas


Play That Funky Music


wg feat. Tony L.


pot-pourri d’orange


Orange Lounge


Raise Your Hands


Midihead


Rock Lobster


B-52’s


Rock-a-billy Willy


Big Idea


SAKURA


RevenG


So Many Times


Gadjo


Stakeout (Ultra:mix)


Freezepop


Sunflower Girl


SHORTCUTS


Superstylin’


Groove Armada


The Cat In The Moon


901(Clay)


The Cult of Gnosyllis


Orange Koresh


The Imperial Carnival


kumiko


The Spirit of Hawk


chuji


TOGETHER & FOREVER


CAPTAIN JACK


Virtual Insanity


wg feat. Austin Willacy


Walk This Way


Run D.M.C.


What I’d Say


Ray Charles


Where’s Your Head At


Basement Jaxx


Whip It


Devo


Why (Club Mix)


Nevarakka


About
Dance Dance Revolution


The original arcade game made its
debut in Japan in October 1998 and quickly became the number-one gaming craze in
the country.  The first game console version of the game was released in Japan
in April 1999 for the PlayStation® game console and sold more than
three million units cumulatively.  DDR
hit the U.S. arcades that next year, and in March 2001, Konami
introduced Dance Dance Revolution
for the PlayStation game console, which developed a massive fan base.
Subsequent releases in the U.S. include
Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix

and Dance Dance Revolution
KONAMIX®
, released for the PlayStation game console,
DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution
®,
DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution, Dance Dance
Revolution EXTREME

and Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME
2 released for the PlayStation 2, and Dance
Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX
®
and Dance Dance Revolution ULTRAMIX®
2
, released for the Xbox. In January 2005, cumulative worldwide sales
of the Dance Dance Revolution
series had exceeded 7.5 million units.