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Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMIX (Arcade)

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Dance Dance Revolution 2ndMIX

Developer: Konami AMD
Publisher: Konami
Platform: Arcade (Konami System 573)
Released in JP: January 19, 1999 (original), April 21, 1999 (Club Version), April 28, 1999 (Link Version), July 27, 1999 (Club Version 2)


AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
CodeIcon.png This game has unused code.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.


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Revisional Differences

Five different versions of the game are known to exist, labeled on MAME as follows:

ID No. Songs Typo Fixes Memory Card Support IIDX Connectivity
ddr2m GN895 33 No No No
ddrbocd GC892 4 No No No
ddr2mc GE896 33+13 No No Yes
ddr2ml GE885 38 Yes Yes No
ddr2mc2 GE984 38+42 Yes* Yes Yes
  • ddr2m - The game's original release.
  • ddrbocd - A special build of the game, labeled as Best of Cool Dancers.
  • ddr2mc - The game's CLUB VERSiON revision.
  • ddr2ml - The game's LINK VERSION revision.
  • ddr2mc2 - The game's CLUB VERSiON 2 revision.

Best of Cool Dancers

DDRBCD-title.png

Dance Dance Revolution Best of Cool Dancers was a build of the game specifically used for a KONAMI sanctioned tournament. For each round of the tournament, there was a specific song with a set difficulty and mode.

  • Preliminary Stage: LET'S GET DOWN (Single Basic)
  • Quarter-Final Stage: BUTTERFLY (Double Another)
  • Semi-Final Stage: LITTLE BITCH (Single Basic)
  • Tournament Final Stage: PARANOiA (Single Another)

CLUB VERSiON

  • Added hook-up compatibility with beatmania IIDX. With both games active, the Club Version mode can be entered, in which a list of 13 songs seen in the former game can be played. However, they only have Basic charts. The list goes as follows:
    • Licenses
      been so long / m-flo
      The rhyme brokers / m-flo
      The theme from "Flo-jack" / m-flo
      YOU MAKE ME / MONDAY MICHIRU
    • Original songs
      20,november / DJ nagureo
      celebrate / JJ COMPANY
      Do you love me? / reo-nagumo
      Dr.LOVE / baby weapon feat.Asuka.M
      Jam Jam Reggae / jam master '73
      LUV TO ME(disco mix) / tiger YAMATO
      melt in my arms / Honey P feat.Asuka.M
      R3 / tiger YAMATO
      special energy / DJ FX

LINK VERSION

Original LINK VERSION
DDR2nd-titlebg.png DDR2ndLINK-titlebg.png
  • Five new songs were added in standard gameplay:
    • Licenses
      EL RITMO TROPICAL / DIXIES GANG
      LOVE / SONIC DREAM
      TUBTHUMPING / CHUMBAWAMBA
    • From Consumer Software
      MAKE A JAM! / U1
      PARANOiA KCET ~clean mix~ / 2MB
  • The sanb (SAMBA) background animation set is no longer unused, now being used by EL RITMO TROPICAL and TUBTHUMPING.
  • The All Music mode was added, in which all 38 songs in the game are playable, without unlock-based restrictions. It is accessed via a code.
  • Some of the song graphics were slightly updated, most of them being typo fixes:
Original LINK VERSION
BRILLIANT 2U (Orchestra-Groove)
DDR2nd-bril2bn.png DDR2ndLINK-bril2bn.png
The original banner misspelled the song's subtitle as (Orchestra-Groov).
MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix)
DDR2nd-make2bn.png DDR2ndLINK-make2bn.png
The original banner is just slightly wider (196x55) than the common resolution (192x55).
PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME (Jazzy Groove)
DDR2nd-puty2bn.png DDR2ndLINK-puty2bn.png
The original banner misspelled the song's subtitle as (Jazz Groov).
STEP BATTLE #1 Keep On Movin'
DDR2nd-stepbattle1bn.png DDR2ndLINK-stepbattle1bn.png
DDR2nd-stepbattle1cd.png DDR2ndLINK-stepbattle1CD.png
DDR2nd-stepbattle1bgFINAL.png DDR2ndLINK-stepbattle1bg.png
The original graphics misspell the name of the song as Keep on Movi'n.

CLUB VERSiON 2

  • The link compatibility was changed to with beatmania IIDX substream, which was released at the same day as this upgrade. As such, 29 more songs from the former game can now be played by both games.
    • License
      Chotto kiitena (ZANSHIN-NA MIX) / Laugh & Peace
    • Original Songs
      22DUNK / SLAKE
      5.1.1. / dj nagureo
      Be in my paradise / JJ COMPANY
      BEGINNING-OF-LIFE / QUADRA
      Deep clear eyes / QUADRA
      DEEP IN YOU / dj nagureo
      diving money / QUADRA
      e-motion / e.o.s
      g.m.d. / DJ mazinger featuring Muhammad
      GAMBOL / SLAKE
      GENOM SCREAMS / L.E.D.LIGHT
      gentle stress / DJ Swan
      GRADIUSIC CYBER / TAKA
      Into the world / QUADRA
      LOVE SO GROOVY / LOVEMINTS
      Macho Gang / ANAL SPYDER
      OVERDOSER / MIRAK
      patsenner / dj nagureo
      PERFECT FREE / nite system
      Prince on a star / SPIRITUAL RIDE
      Queen's Jamaica (astria mix) / Crunky boy (featuring Muhammad
      RUGGED ASH / SYMPHONIC DEFOGGERS
      Salamander Beat Crush mix / nite system
      ska a go go / THE BALD HEAD
      THE EARTH LIGHT / L.E.D. LIGHT
    • From DDR
      BRILLIANT 2U / NAOKI
      KEEP ON MOVIN' / N.M.R.
      PARANOiA MAX ~DIRTY MIX~ / 190
  • All 13 songs from the previous CLUB VERSiON received new charts.
  • In the Club Version mode, playing on the Another difficulty or in Double mode in the IIDX side can make alternate charts in the DDR side be played. They are as follows:
    • Contains "2P VERSION" charts
      20,november
      LOVE SO GROOVY
      OVERDOSER
    • Contains "ANOTHER" charts
      22DUNK
      Deep clear eyes
      GRADIUSIC CYBER
      R3
      ska a gogo
      special energy
  • The banner of the song BOOM BOOM DOLLAR was updated. While a typo in the artist text was fixed (D.Jangle Girls), a new one was added in the title (BOON BOON DOLLAR).
Original CLUB VERSiON 2
DDR2nd-bbd.png DDR2ndCLUB2-bbd.png

Unused Songs

Original Release

The licenses introduced in the game's LINK VERSION revision, which are EL RITMO TROPICAL, LOVE and TUBTHUMPING, already had some level of data in the game's original release:

EL RITMO TROPICAL
Essentially complete data. Both its graphics and charts had already been finalized at this point of development.

LOVE
Essentially placeholder data. Uses the banner of TUBTHUMPING, the CD of SMOKE, and the background of IF YOU WERE HERE.
Its steps consist of 147 Up arrows, followed by a Left arrow, and then an Up+Right jump across all difficulties.

TUBTHUMPING
Partially placeholder data. While its graphics were already finished, all stepcharts are placeholders, consisting of 112 Up arrows.

CLUB VERSiON 2

Upon the filesystem extraction, there is a folder that is not referenced by any of the music database files in the directory mdb.
This folder is cpar2 and, given its name, was meant for an "Another" version of the song PARANOiA MAX(CLUB VERSION).
While such a thing would eventually appear in the PS1 and Dreamcast Club Version releases, the charts seen here are completely different from the ones in those games. In addition, there is no data for a Single Maniac chart.

Download.png Download PARANOiA MAX (unused steps)
File: DDR2ndCLUB2-cpar2.zip (13.3 KB) (info)


(Source: WindyFairy)

Common

Common to all of the game's versions is partial data for the song XANADU, by OLIVIA PROJECT, a song that would only make a proper appearance in the next game.
The stepcharts are placeholder data; Single Basic consists of 153 up arrows in a row, while Single Another and Maniac are duplicates of BUTTERFLY's Single Basic chart. The Double and Couple charts are also duplicates of BUTTERFLY's respective charts, save for Couple Maniac, which is a duplicate of Couple Another.
However, the most interesting part is the graphics, which are nearly completely different from those in the final 3rdMIX release. The banner is also noticeably a placeholder, and only contains a crudely written "XANAĐO" text.

Unused (2ndMIX) Final (3rdMIX)
DDR 2nd Mix (Arcade) Xanadu Title.png DDR 3rd Mix (Arcade) Xanadu Title.png
DDR 2nd Mix (Arcade) Xanadu CD Title.png DDR 3rd Mix (Arcade) Xanadu CD Title.png
DDR 2nd Mix (Arcade) Xanadu Background Image.png DDR 3rd Mix (Arcade) Xanadu Background Image.png

Curiously, the artwork of the character as seen in the early background was reused nearly intactly in the background of the song Last Thing On My Mind, in the European Dancing Stage Internet Ranking Version release.

Failsafe Charts

While a Double Maniac difficulty does not properly exist in this game, a vast majority of the songs from the game's original release contain filled chart slots for them.
Most of the time, they are the same as the songs' Double Another charts, though there are some different ones, which will be noted below:

DUB-I-DUB

Contains a pratically completely unique chart, which consists entirely of jumps, a concept that would not be properly implemented until 19 years later, with the Double Challenge chart of the song Youkoso Japari Park he.

Download.png Download DUB-I-DUB (failsafe chart)
File: DDR2nd-dubi.zip (2.10 KB) (info)


EL RITMO TROPICAL

An earlier, easier version of the song's Double Another chart. Notably lacks 8th notes.

Download.png Download EL RITMO TROPICAL (failsafe chart)
File: DDR2nd-elri.zip (2.31 KB) (info)


MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix)

An earlier version of the song's Double Another chart. The only difference seems to be from measures 24 to 31 ("Verse 2"), which has patterns reminiscent of the song's Double Basic chart.

Download.png Download MAKE IT BETTER (So-REAL Mix) (failsafe chart)
File: DDR2nd-make2.zip (3.18 KB) (info)


PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME

An earlier version of the song's Double Another chart, which has easier patterns during the "Chorus" sections.

Download.png Download PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME (failsafe chart)
File: DDR2nd-puty.zip (2.27 KB) (info)


PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME (Jazzy Groove)

An earlier, much easier version of the song's Double Another chart. Notably has a lower notecount than both the Double Basic and final Double Another charts.

Download.png Download PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME (Jazzy Groove) (failsafe chart)
File: DDR2nd-puty2.zip (3.96 MB) (info)


SP-TRIP MACHINE (JUNGLE MIX)

An earlier version of the song's Double Another chart. Notably uses less 8th notes, and has a lower notecount than both the Double Basic and final Double Another charts.

Download.png Download SP-TRIP MACHINE (JUNGLE MIX) (failsafe chart)
File: DDR2nd-sptr.zip (3.13 KB) (info)


Unused Graphics

Background Animation Graphics

Some of the game's background animation sprite sets, found within the folder back, have sprites or sprite configurations that are never called by any song, even in the game's revisions.

atta (ATTACK)
anmar_16.cmt
An unused animation of a ripple.

DDR2nd-anmar 16.png

taqu1_16.cmt / taqu6_16.cmt
Two unused variations for a graphic showcasing multiple squares. There are five more, which can be seen in songs such as BRILLIANT 2U and GRADIUSIC CYBER.

DDR2nd-taqu1 16.png DDR2nd-taqu6 16.png

tascl_16.cmt
A grid of dimmed out lights.

DDR2nd-tascl 16.png

comm (Common)
dance_16.cmt
A large "Dance" graphic.

DDR2nd-dance 16.png

hamo5_16.cmt / hamon_25.cmt
Unused ripple textures, meant to be used as multicolored overlays on top of other graphics.

DDR2nd-hamo5 16.png DDR2nd-hamon 25.png

ka641_25.cmt
A gradient graphic. Could be an unused variation of kan64_25.cmt.

DDR2nd-ka641 25.png

nmb01_mm.cmt
While this file itself is not unused, being called by both TRIP MACHINE songs, only the palettes that form the hexadecimal values 1 to 5 are ever used, leaving 0, 6 and 7 unseen.

DDR2nd-nmb01 mm 0.pngDDR2nd-nmb01 mm 6.pngDDR2nd-nmb01 mm 7.png

show_mm.cmt
While this file itself is also not unused, two of its palette configurations are never seen.

DDR2nd-show mm 4H.pngDDR2nd-show mm 8H.png

danc (DANCE)
1mdan_16.cmt
While this file itself is called by several songs, it is always completely obscured by a different graphic.

DDR2nd-1mdan 16.png

takur_16.cmt
Another grid of dimmed out lights.

DDR2nd-takur 16.png

hiph (HIPHOP)
hit03_25.cmt
A rainbowy box.

DDR2nd-hit03 25.png

sample
This folder mostly contains placeholder graphics.

den2_16.cmt / denki_16.cmt
Grids of lights.

DDR2nd-den2 16.pngDDR2nd-denki 16.png

mmess_mm.cmt
While this graphic itself is not unused, with some of its palette configurations being seen when an additional credit is inserted while playing alone and also during the Step Battle results screen, two go completely unused. They seem to be leftovers from the original Dance Dance Revolution.

DDR2nd-mmess mm.pngDDR2nd-mmess mm 2.png

mmozi_16.cmt
A tiny graphic with a "DANCE" text written on it three times.

DDR2nd-mmozi 16.png

Other

Common
Found within mdb\rand are placeholder graphics for the "Random" slot in the Music Select screen.

rand_cd.cmt rand_ta.cmt
DDR2nd-rouletteCD.png DDR2nd-rouletteBN.png

Also, in pct256\pct256\plane\m_gauge.cmt, which contains the gameplay HUD sprites, is the dance type notations from the previous game, which go entirely unused in this release.

DDR2nd-dancestyle.png

Another leftover from the original Dance Dance Revolution is found within all\boy.tex, the texture file used for the character KONSENTO:02. They are unused textures for a scrapped background dancer which, rather conveniently, seems to be a boy.

DDR1st-boy1.pngDDR1st-boy2.pngDDR1st-boy3.pngDDR1st-boy4.pngDDR1st-boy5.pngDDR1st-boy6.png

CLUB VERSiON/LINK VERSION
An unreferenced file at offset 0x81E000 contains an earlier version of title screen from the game's LINK VERSION upgrade.
Notable differences are the "LINK VERSION" graphic not being separate to that of the title screen, as well as a unique purple backdrop.

DDR2ndLINK-unusedtitle.png

Unused Sound

The folder sd\data, which can be found upon the filesystem extraction, contains the game's sound effect and announcer files.

A single unused audio file can be found in out_demo.vab, which also contains the sounds used in the game's attract sequence and mode selection menus. It seems to be a leftover from the original Dance Dance Revolution, as it was used in that game's intro sequence.

Overdump Data

Leftover data from early versions of this game can be found as unreferenced files across three of this game's revisions, in varying states of completeness. The offsets take in consideration the following files:

  • Original Release: GN895JAA.DAT
  • Best of Cool Dancers: GC892JAA.DAT
  • CLUB VERSiON: GE896JAA.DAT

Original Release

Graphics
0x50C800 - early CD for PARANOiA MAX ~DIRTY MIX~
Can also be found unused in the Best of Cool Dancers data, in a more complete state.

Unused (Original) Unused (BoCD) Final
DDR2nd-paramaxcdEARLY.png DDRBCD-paramaxcd.png DDR2nd-paramaxcdFINAL.png

0x523000 - early CD for PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME
Can also be found unused in the Best of Cool Dancers data.

Unused Final
DDR2nd-faithcdEARLY.png DDR2nd-faithcdFINAL.png

0x525000 - early banner for PUT YOUR FAITH IN ME
Can also be found unused in the Best of Cool Dancers data, in a more complete state.

Unused (Original) Unused (BoCD) Final
DDR2nd-faithbnEARLY.png DDRBCD-faithbn.png DDR2nd-faithbnFINAL.png

0x550000 - early CD for Stomp to my beat
Can also be found within the Best of Cool Dancers and CLUB VERSiON data, the latter being found at offset 0x7F7800.

Unused Final
DDR2nd-stmbCDEARLY.png DDR2nd-stmbCDFINAL.png

0x567000 - early CD for TRIP MACHINE
Can also be found unused in the Best of Cool Dancers data.

Unused Final
DDR2nd-tripCDEARLY.png DDR2nd-tripCDFINAL.png

0x57D800 - early CD for EL RITMO TROPICAL
Can also be found within the CLUB VERSiON data, at offset 0x82B800.

Unused Final
DDR2nd-ertCDEARLY.png DDR2nd-ertCDFINAL.png

0x5AF000 - placeholder background for STEP BATTLE songs
This image seems to be taken from a background animation graphic in the first Dance Dance Revolution game.
It can also be found within the CLUB VERSION data, at offset 0x874000.
DDR2nd-tempBG.png

0x5C5800 - early background for Keep On Movin' (overwritten)
Can also be found unused in the Best of Cool Dancers data, in a more complete but still partially overwritten state.

Unused (Original) Unused (BoCD) Final
DDR2nd-stepbattle1bgEARLY.png DDRBCD-stepbattle1bg.png DDR2nd-stepbattle1bgFINAL.png

Best of Cool Dancers

Graphics
0x6EA800 - early banner for BRILLIANT 2U
Notably credits the song to a different alias. A more complete version can be found unused in the CLUB VERSiON data, at offset 0x846000.

Unused (BoCD) Unused (CLUB) Final
DDRBCD-B2U.png DDR2ndCLUB1-b2uBNEARLY.png DDR2ndCLUB1-b2uBNFINAL.png

0x6EC800 - early background for BRILLIANT 2U (overwritten)
A different background for this song can be found in the CLUB VERSION data, at offset 0x848000.

Unused (BoCD) Unused (CLUB) Final
DDRBCD-B2UbgEARLY.png DDR2ndCLUB1-butterflies.png DDRBCD-B2UbgFINAL.png

0x61C800 - early banner for DUB-I-DUB (overwritten)

Unused Final
DDRBCD-dubidubEARLY.png DDRBCD-dubidubFINAL.png

CLUB VERSiON

Graphics
0x7FA000 - early banner for Stomp to my beat

Unused Final
DDR2ndCLUB1-stmbBNEARLY.png DDR2ndCLUB1-stmbBNFINAL.png

0x830000 - early background for EL RITMO TROPICAL

Unused Final
DDR2ndCLUB1-ertBGEARLY.png DDR2ndCLUB1-ertBGFINAL.png

0x843000 - early CD for BRILLIANT 2U

Unused Final
DDR2ndCLUB1-b2uCDEARLY.png DDR2ndCLUB1-b2uCDFINAL.png

0x86F800 - placeholder CD for STEP BATTLE songs
DDR2ndCLUB1-stepbCD.png

0x872000 - placeholder banner for STEP BATTLE songs
DDR2ndCLUB1-stepbBN.png

Charts
0x7F3000 - Stomp to my beat
Only a Single Basic chart could be properly salvaged. Despite this, it is different from the final product.

Download.png Download Stomp to my beat (overdump chart)
File: DDR2nd-stomOD.zip (2.36 KB) (info)


0x827E80 - EL RITMO TROPICAL
Contains different Single Another and Couple Another charts, as well as an unfinished Couple Basic chart.
The Double Another chart matches the failsafe slot found within the used stepchart file, and Double Basic matches final.
Note that the data itself does not contain BPM/offset headers, so those were added in for the conversion below.

Download.png Download EL RITMO TROPICAL (overdump charts)
File: DDR2nd-elriOD.zip (9.60 KB) (info)


Unused Songlist Code

Best of Cool Dancers

Best of Cool Dancers contains three songlist code files which never end up being used:

File 1
Status: Referenced
Location: data\mdb\ddr1_mdb.bin
This file seems to be from during the development of the Internet Ranking version of the first game. The difficulties of the Single Maniac and Single Trick charts seem to have been swapped.

ID Order Double Dif. Single Dif. Name Artist
have 01 2 / 5 1 / 5 / 4 Have you OLIVIA PROJECT
that 02 3 / 4 2 / 5 / 5 That's THE WAY kc & the
kung 05 3 / 4 3 / 5 / 5 kung-fu BUS STOP
lets 09 4 / 4 3 / 7 / 7 Let's GET DOWN JT PLAYAZ
butt 11 4 / 4 3 / 6 / 6 BUTTERFLY SMILE dk
make 17 6 / 5 5 / 8 / 6 Make It Better MITSU-O
myfi 19 5 / 5 4 / 6 / 6 MY FIRE X-TREME
stri 21 5 / 5 4 / 6 / 6 Business mantronik
litt 23 6 / 5 4 / 7 / 6 LITTLE BITCH specials
trip 30 7 / 6 6 / 8 / 8 Trip Machine DE-SIRE
para 32 7 / 7 6 / 8 / 8 PARANOIA 180
nkun 04 3 / 4 2 / 5 / 5 kung-fu/NORM BUS STOP
nbut 03 4 / 4 3 / 6 / 6 BUTTERFLY/NORM SMILE dk
scal Scale check -------
titl title movie Naoki.M
tosh TOSHIBA EMI CM -------
sele select mode Naoki.M
inst instruction Naoki.M
name Name Entry Naoki.M
netp Net password Naoki.M
staf Staff role Naoki.M

File 2
Status: Unreferenced
Offset: 0x4808DD of GC892JAA.DAT
In the raw data, this file is found immediately after the first one ends. It is very incomplete and lacks difficulty data for the Single Maniac charts. Possibly from very early in 2ndMIX's development.

ID Order Double Dif. Single Dif. Name Artist
tar 09 6 / 6 5 / 5 AM-3P Tkz
trip 16 7 / 8 6 / 7 TRIP MACHINE DE-SIRE
para 17 7 / 8 6 / 7 PARANOIA 180
sptr 21 7 / 8 6 / 7 JUNGLE trip DE-SIRE
para2 18 8 / 8 6 / 7 PARANOIA MAX 190
rand 20 9 / 9 9 / 9 RANDOM fortune
puty2 28 4 / 5 3 / 4 Put your JAZZ UZI LAY
bril2 30 4 / 4 4 / 4 Oc Brilliant VULGARinc
smok 31 4 / 4 3 / 3 SMOKE ????
ifyo 34 4 / 4 3 / 3 If you were JENNIFER
scal Scale check -------
titl title movie Naoki.M
tosh TOSHIBA EMI CM -------
sele select mode Naoki.M
inst instruction Naoki.M
name Name Entry Naoki.M
netp Net password Naoki.M

File 3
Status: Referenced
Location: data\mdb\ddr2_mdb.bin
This file is much closer to the final 2ndMIX's. However, some songs are labeled slightly differently, and there's no entries for the three Step Battle songs. Only the relevant entries are listed below:

ID Order Double Dif. Single Dif. Name Artist
kung 05 3 / 5 2 / 5 / 6 Kung-Fu BUS STOP
puty2 13 5 / 6 4 / 5 / 6 Put (JAZZ) UZI LAY
bril 14 4 / 5 4 / 5 / 6 Brilliant VULGARinc
make2 18 5 / 7 5 / 6 / 8 Better(REAL) MITSU-O summer
parh 34 7 / 8 6 / 7 / 8 PARANOIA MAX-- 190

CLUB VERSiON

Within the CLUB VERSiON revision's data is a file containing an early version of the game's songlist code, labeled as data\mdb\lk_mdb.bin in the filesystem.
Note that "LK" is the abbreviation used for the game's LINK VERSION revision, so it was perhaps meant for an earlier version of that. All relevant entries are listed below:

ID Order Double Dif. Single Dif. Name
twen 50 5 / 5 / 5 5 / 5 / 5 20,November
been 51 3 / 3 / 3 3 / 3 / 3 been so long
cele 52 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 celebrate
drlo 53 4 / 4 / 4 4 / 4 / 4 Dr.LOVE
floj 54 2 / 2 / 2 2 / 2 / 2 flo jack
rthr 55 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 R3
jamj 56 1 / 1 / 1 1 / 1 / 1 JAM JAM REGGAE
doyo 57 2 / 2 / 2 2 / 2 / 2 DO YOU LOVE ME
luvt 58 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 LUV TO ME
melt 59 3 / 3 / 3 3 / 3 / 3 Melt in my arms
ther 60 4 / 4 / 4 4 / 4 / 4 The rhyme brokers
spec 61 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 special energy
youm 62 3 / 3 / 3 3 / 3 / 3 YOU MAKE ME
twen 63 5 / 5 / 5 5 / 5 / 5 20,November
been 64 3 / 3 / 3 3 / 3 / 3 been so long
cele 65 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 celebrate
drlo 66 4 / 4 / 4 4 / 4 / 4 Dr.LOVE
floj 67 2 / 2 / 2 2 / 2 / 2 flo jack
rthr 68 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 R3
jamj 69 1 / 1 / 1 1 / 1 / 1 JAM JAM REGGAE
doyo 70 2 / 2 / 2 2 / 2 / 2 DO YOU LOVE ME
luvt 71 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 LUV TO ME
melt 72 3 / 3 / 3 3 / 3 / 3 Melt in my arms
ther 73 4 / 4 / 4 4 / 4 / 4 The rhyme brokers
spec 74 6 / 6 / 6 6 / 6 / 6 special energy
youm 75 3 / 3 / 3 3 / 3 / 3 YOU MAKE ME
ajam 31 2 / 2 2 / 2 / 2 MAKE A JAM!
clea 32 7 / 8 6 / 7 / 8 PARANOIA KCET(CLEAN MIX)
tubt 33 4 / 5 3 / 4 / 5 TUBTHUMPING
love 34 5 / 6 4 / 6 / 7 LOVE
elri 35 4 / 5 2 / 6 / 7 EL RITMO TROPICAL