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"DID YOU NOTICE? WHEN YOU'RE BUSTIN' MOVES WITH THE GROOVE GUIDE"

VERSION:  1.0
MAINTAINED BY:  enigmaopoeia (enigmaopoeia@hotmail.com)
LAST UPDATED:  October 16, 1999
[This Guide is copyrighted (c) by enigmaopoeia, 1999.]

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
       0.0  - UPDATE HISTORY
       1.0  - INTRODUCTION
       2.0  - DID YOU NOTICE?
               2.1  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT PS BUST-A-GROOVE?
               2.2  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BUST-A-MOVE?
               2.3  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BUST-A-MOVE 2?
               2.4  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BI-O?
               2.5  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BURGER DOG?
               2.6  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT CAPOEIRA?
               2.7  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT CHICHI&SALLY?
               2.8  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT COLUMBO?
               2.9  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT COMET?
               2.10 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT MICHAEL DOI?
               2.11 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT FRIDA?
               2.12 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT GAS-O?
               2.13 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HAMM?
               2.14 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HEAT?
               2.15 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HIRO?
               2.16 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HUSTLE KONG?
               2.17 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT KELLY?
               2.18 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT KITTY-N?
               2.19 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT MCLOAD?
               2.20 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT PANDER?
               2.21 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT PINKY?
               2.22 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT ROBO-Z [GOLD]?
               2.23 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT SHORTY?
               2.24 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT STRIKE?
               2.25 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT SUSHI BOY?
               2.26 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT TSUTOMU?
               2.27 - DID YOU NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS?
       3.0  - CHANGES FROM BUST-A-MOVE TO BUST-A-MOVE 2!
               3.1  - CHANGES ON BURGER DOG?
               3.2  - CHANGES ON CAPOEIRA?
               3.3  - CHANGES ON COLUMBO?
               3.4  - CHANGES ON GAS-O?
               3.5  - CHANGES ON HEAT?
               3.6  - CHANGES ON HIRO?
               3.7  - CHANGES ON KELLY?
               3.8  - CHANGES ON KITTY-N?
               3.9  - CHANGES ON ROBO-Z [GOLD]?
               3.10 - CHANGES ON SHORTY?
               3.11 - CHANGES ON STRIKE?
               3.12 - CHANGES ON MISCELLANEOUS?
       4.0  - MY OPINIONS ON WHAT THEY WILL CHANGE IN BUST-A-GROOVE 2!
       5.0  - DEEP WITHIN THE CDS!
               5.1  - DEEP WITHIN THE BUST-A-MOVE CD!
               5.2  - DEEP WITHIN THE PS BUST-A-GROOVE CD!
               5.3  - DEEP WITHIN THE BUST-A-MOVE 2 CD!
       6.0  - BUST-A-MOVE ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK LISTING
       7.0  - BUST-A-MOVE 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK LISTING
       8.0  - SUPPOSEDLY BUST-A-GROOVE ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK LISTING
       9.0  - BUST-A-MOVE 3?!?
       10.0 - HOW TO GET BUST-A-MOVE 2 TO WORK ON YOUR PS FOR CHEAP!
       11.0 - BUST-A-GOODIES
       12.0 - DISCLAIMER AND CREDITS
       13.0 - LINKS
       14.0 - CHECK THIS OUT!

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0.0  - UPDATE HISTORY:

VERSION 1.0
       - Created the "Did You Notice? When You're Bustin' Moves With The Groove" Guide!

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1.0  - INTRODUCTION:

       Welcome to my Guide on my favorite Video Games of all time, Bust-A-Move!  I LOVE
THIS GAME TO DEATH!  While playing the Game, I will usually point things out to my sis
while playin' the Game with her.  Since my "Did You Notice?" Guide for LUNAR was quite
popular with the people out there, I thought that I should do one for Bust-A-Move too,
but with a different approach in which I don't point out the mistakes, but put down things
that you may have not realized while playing the Game [There might be some mistakes, but
mainly I'm pointing out things you won't normally realize].  Most of the things in here
either came from common sense, personal knowledge, and from my friends or family.  ^^
       Oh yeah, the title:  "Did You Notice? When You're Bustin' Moves With The Groove"
Guide was named in such a manner that it covers BOTH the Bust-A-Move and Bust-A-Groove
titles.  It's a corny title, but I like it better than:  "Bust-A-Move/Groove Did You
Notice?" Guide.  -_-;;
       Well, I hope you love this Guide and let me know your feedbacks on this Guide, so
please feel free to e-mail me any questions, flames, praises, comments, or anything at all
to enigmaopoeia@hotmail.com.  Thank you and happy reading!  ^^
       WARNING:  This Guide is strictly for entertainment purposes only!  So laugh at your
own risk!  =P

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2.0 - DID YOU NOTICE?:

       These are just miscellaneous compilings of what I have noticed as well as my
sister while playing Bust-A-Move, Bust-A-Move 2, and Bust-A-Groove!  [Since I don't have
Bust-A-Move or Bust-A-Groove, this section is half-way completed!  ^^ ]  This section
will probably never be completed, especially with BAM3 coming along!  WHOO-BOY!  x_X;;
And mainly, you can call the information below "useless, but fun to read"!  ^^  I'm just
typing these just so that fans of Bust-A-Move/Groove can have a good laugh like I did.:

       2.1  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT PS BUST-A-GROOVE?
- The original title of Bust-A-Groove was Bust-A-Move:  Dance And Rhythm Action, but had
 to change it's title because it could be easily confused by the Acclaim/Taito Game
 starring Bub and Bob, Bust-A-Move, which was originally titled Puzzle Bobble!!!  o.O;;
- There is no audio CDs for Bust-A-Groove.  I think it would be kewl to have a
 Bust-A-Groove CD!  I will purchase it just to listen to the English versions of
 Shorty's and Kitty-N's Themes!  =P
- The nickname of Bust-A-Groove is BAG.
- In Europe, Bust-A-Groove is officially titled Bust-A-Groove:  Dance & Rhythm Action.
- In Sony Of Europe's Website, it states that Bust-A-Groove in Europe is really titled
 Bust-A-Move 2 in Japan!?!?  o_O;;  Here is the description to prove my statement:
 "London, September 1998 -- Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announces that it has
 recently signed Bust-A-Groove (known as Bust-A-Move 2 in the Japanese NTSC market) and
 will be releasing the title across PAL territories in November 1998".
- Here's an Easter egg for ya!  If you have saved your BAG data onto your Memory Card,
 check out the data on that Memory Card!  You will see a picture of Heat bustin' a groove!
- In the Sony of America Website and in the official Bust-A-Groove Website, it will states
 that Bust-A-Groove has "Exciting Play Modes - Single Player, Two Player, Dance Edit and
 Practice Mode".  Now let me say this:  YOU CAN'T PLAY A GAME ON DANCE EDIT!!!  >=(  Kinda
 makes me wonder if they ever play the Game themselves!  -_-;;
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website on it's main Webpage, you will see screenshots from
 Bust-A-Move in there!!!  o.O;;
- On the cover of Bust-A-Groove, they removed Hiro-Kun's cigarette, but in the European
 BAG, Hiro-Kun's cigarette is intact.
- The mysterious powers are called GROOVE-A-TRON.

       2.2  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BUST-A-MOVE?
- Bust-A-Move is a common phrase as to whenever you want to go and show off your new
 dance moves, you will usually say, "I'm here to bust a move!"
- The official title of Bust-A-Move is Bust-A-Move:  Dance And Rhythm Action.
- The nickname of Bust-A-Move:  Dance And Rhythm Action is BAM, but many people think the
 nickname is Busta1.
- People often think that Bust-A-Move is really titled Busta-Move or Bustamove.
- The mysterious powers are called "Dance Energy Groovetron".

       2.3  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BUST-A-MOVE 2?
- The mysterious powers are called "Groovetron".
- Here's an Easter egg for ya!  If you have saved your BAM2 data onto your Memory Card,
 check out the data on that Memory Card!  You will see a picture of Capoeira's heads!
- They remove the dance move in which the Dancer will clap their hands that you will
 normally get on the eighth beat.
- Bust-A-Move 2 takes place a year after Bust-A-Move.
- The word Tengoku is Japanese for Heaven, so that means that Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance
 Tengoku MIX is basically translated as Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Heaven MIX in English.
- "Dancing Heroes" is a show you can watch on BTV!  =P
- Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku Mix is really titled Basutoamuubu 2 Dansu Tengoku MIX.
- [This happens in my Game, I'm unsure about the others.]  If you are going to play a One
 Player Game, be aware that the majority of your opponents will be Kelly, Kitty-N,
 Robo-Z Gold, and Strike.  You will rarely go against Shorty, Tsutomu, and Bi-O.  =(
- In Videogames' Website at http://www.videogames.com, they state that Bust-A-Move 2 is a
 4 Player Game!?!  WTF!?!  I think they originally meant to say was that BAM2 is a 2
 Player Game, not 4!  ^^
- The nickname of Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku Mix is BAM2, but many people think the
 the nickname is Busta2.
- There is no Instrumental version in Bust-A-Move 2!  Which is good AND bad!  =P
- Bust-A-Move 2 has the new country code and it is Mod Chip protected.

       2.4  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BI-O?
- Bi-O is Gas-O's father.
- Bi-O's dancing is called Zombie Dance as described by DJ Dangerous.
- If no Doctor could remove the axe wedged in his head, why can James Suneoka pull it out
 without much effort?  It doesn't make any sense!
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com] Is Bi-O a Sea Captain because his
 Stage is a Pirate's Ship and his clothing looks of that of a dead Sea Captain!
- Bi-O's ethnic background is Caucausian.
- Bi-O's symbol is a skull.
- Bi-O's name in Katakana is Baio.
- Bi-O statistics are:  Age - 47, Height - 178 cm [5' 9"], Weight - 65 kg [143 lbs.],
 Bust - 86 cm [34 in.], Waist - 67 cm [27 in.], Hip - 87 cm [39 in.], Male.
- Gas-O was born when Bi-O was 31 years old!  Boy, he did waited a long time to have a kid!
- How in life can the neighbors call him "Bi-O" because he got an axe through his head?
 Doesn't make sense to me!

       2.5  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT BURGER DOG?
- Burger Dog's race is Canine.
- Burger Dog's symbol is the words "BURGER DOG" in red, and is outlined in yellow and white.

       2.6  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT CAPOEIRA?
- Capoeira's dancing is always called Capoeira.
- Capoeira consists of two Capoeirans from the Planet Capoeira in which their names are
 Kiki and Lala.
- WOW!  I can't believe they actually used this description for Capoeira's background in the
 European BAG:  "His [Capoeira] real reason for being here is that he wants to collect all
 the old metal signboards in Japan:  he once saw an old BON CURRY sign with a picture of
 Yoko Matsuyama on it, and fell head over heels in love with her".  You won't read that in
 the American BAG!
- It doesn't make much sense in the Bust-A-Move Original Sound Track that on the first page,
 it shows THREE Capoeirans!  I know two of them has to be Kiki and Lala, but who's the
 third one:  KILA or LAKI [Kiki and Lala combined!  ^^ ] ?
- Many people mistaken Lala's name for Rara.  Yes, in the Katakana, it's name IS Rara, but
 since the letters R and L in the Japanese are VERY similar -- it's name is supposed to
 be Lala.  [It's hard explainin' this, but hopefully you get what I mean!  =P ]
- In Bust-A-Move 2, in order to tell who is Kiki and who is Lala, you have to look at
 their chests.  If you see a Katakana character of the word "Ki", than it is Kiki, or if
 you see a Katakana character of the word "Ra", than it is Lala.  ^^
- Unfortunately, you cannot tell who Kiki and Lala is in BAM/BAG because they both have the
 Katakana character "Ka" on their chests which stands for "Capoeira".
- In Capoeira's BAM2 Stage, the panel designs on their spaceship looks more like fried
 squid and fish cake shish kebabs my mother makes!
- If you messed up on Capoeira's Solos in BAM2, you will see that Lala will take the place
 of Kiki and vice versa!
- The gender of Capoeira is male as it states in their BAM2 ending, but it confuses me that
 in their statistics, their gender is ???.
- Capoeira statistics in BAM2 are:  Height - 155 cm [5' 2"].
- Capoeira's race is Capoeiran.
- Capoeira's BAM Theme, "Uwasa No Kapoera", is translated as "Rumors Of Capoeira" in my
 dictionary.
- Capoeira's symbol in BAM2 is two arms locking onto each other by elbow.
- Kiki always comes before Lala.
- Capoeira looks like an Alien version of a Happy Happyist from EarthBound!  ^^
- In the Bust-A-Move Original Sound Track in which it shows Capoeira's Theme "Uwasa No
 Kapoera" on Track 5, the name written below is CAOPOEIRA!  O_O;;;
- Another person famous for doing Capoeira is Eddy Gordo from Tekken 3.
- Capoeira's name in Katakana is Kapoera.
- In BAM2, if you happen to attack your opponent twice as Capoeira successfully, your
 opponent will be dancing with their head enlarged and their body shrunk for the remainder
 of the Stage!  IT'S HILAROUS AS HELL!  =P

       2.7  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT CHICHI&SALLY?
- ChiChi&Sally's dancing is called Capoeira as described by DJ Dangerous.
- To tell who is ChiChi and who is Sally is their heights.  The tall one is Sally and the
 short one is ChiChi.
- In my dictionary, it states that the word chichi means showily elegant, sophiscated, or
 stylish.  So if I stick out my tongue like a mindless drone, I too would be stylish and
 kewl?  ^^
- If you messed up on ChiChi&Sally's Solos in BAM2, you will see that Sally will take the
 place of ChiChi and vice versa!
- Is ChiChi&Sally from Capoeira as well?  If so, I guess the male Capoeirans looks like
 Kiki and Lala while the female Capoeirans looks like ChiChi&Sally.
- The antenna extending from ChiChi&Sally's heads is similar to that of an angler fish's.
- Another famous ChiChi is the overprotected mother of Son Gohan and the wife of Son Gokou
 in the Dragon Ball series in which her name is Chi-Chi.
- Sally is a common girl's name.
- ChiChi&Sally's race is probably Capoeiran.
- ChiChi&Sally's symbol is a circle with a question mark in it.
- In BAM2, if you happen to attack your opponent twice as ChiChi&Sally successfully, your
 opponent will be dancing with their head enlarged and their body shrunk for the remainder
 of the Stage!  IT'S HILAROUS AS HELL!  =P

       2.8  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT COLUMBO?
- Columbo's dancing in Bust-A-Move 2 is called Sexy Hip Hop as described by DJ Dangerous.
- The word Columb in Columbo's name means dove and does that explain why Columbo is
 cream-colored?  Hmm . . .
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website, in one Webpage it states that Columbo is a TEDDY
 BEAR.  And then in another Webpage, it will state that Columbo is a mouse!?!  o_O;;
- In BAM2, the thing that drops onto the opponent Dancer whenever Columbo attacks is flan,
 not jello!  I should know, my sis used to eat that stuff back in Germany!  =P
- Columbo is a lot harder to release in BAM2 than it is in BAM/BAG!  You must at least keep
 getting the JUST command in order to release it!
- Columbo's race is Mouse.
- In BAM2, if you happen to attack your opponent twice as Columbo successfully, your
 opponent will be flatten paperthin [like the characters in PaRappa!] for the remainder
 of the Stage!  IT'S HILAROUS AS HELL!  =P
- Columbo's symbol in BAM2 is a circle with a question mark in it.
- Columbo statistics in BAM2 are:  Height - 33 cm [1' 1"], Weight - 1 kg [2 lbs.],
 Bust - 32 cm [13 in.], Waist - 34 cm [14 in.], Hip - 34 cm [14 in.].

       2.9  - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT COMET?
- Comet's dancing is called Rollerblade Dance as described by DJ Dangerous.
- Comet is the younger sister of Frida, but don't ask why is she white and Frida is black.
- I think this is weird that in the dictionary Comet or Komet(es) name is translated as
 "long-haired", and Comet has short hair?
- In Comet's Stage, the Sushi Planet sign in which it has the words [in no particular
 order] in Romanji:  Maguro, Ebi, Sushi, Beer, Sake, Ikura, and Uni.  If you are
 wondering what they are:  Maguro is Japanese for tuna, Ebi is Japanese for shrimp or
 prawn, Sushi is raw fish slices on rice, Beer is a beverage brewed and fermented from
 cereals, Sake is a Japanese rice wine, Ikura is Japanese for salmon roe, and Uni is
 Japanese for sea urchin which are used in sushi.
- Comet's occupation is Roller Waitress.
- If you have a special Japanese program extractor like I do, I can actually download all
 of the graphics used in BAM2!  It's a kewl program!  =P  Found it in a Japanese
 Bust-A-Move Fansite!  While I was searching through those graphics, I noticed that there
 was a scene that was cut out of Comet's ending in which it shows a street and there are
 Japanese written on the screen.  Weird!
- Comet's ethnic background is Caucausian.
- I wonder what Comet says when she attacks, so I took a stab at it and it's hard for me
 to hear/translate what Comet says because I'm not a native of Japan nor do I speak the
 language.  But I *think* [I MAY BE WRONG ON THIS!] she might be saying "Sou de!" which
 probably translates to "Take that!".  Can anyone help me out with this?  ^^;;
- Comet's symbol is a cocktail glass with a lemon on the side.
- Comet's name in Katakana is Kometto.
- Comet statistics are:  Age - 16, Height - 162 cm [5' 4"], Weight - 45 kg [99 lbs.],
 Bust - 82 cm [33 in.] Waist - 58 cm [23 in.], Hip - 84 cm [34 in.], Female.
- Comet has FIVE different looks!  If you turn to page 10 on your BAM2 instruction manual,
 you will see Comet with a tiny blue bands on her wrists, a star on the waist of her
 apron, her dress is bubbly blue outlined in pink and white, her sleeves are white, she
 has a pink scarf tied to her neck, and ruffles on her apron and shirt.  But on page 0 of
 the BAM2 instruction manual and in the "ENIX WORLD" Website, you will see Comet with a
 large blue band on her right wrist, a star on the bottom of her apron, her dress is
 see-through outlined in pink, her sleeves are hot pink, she has a white scarf tied to her
 neck, and her outfit is outlined with no ruffles!!!  In the character select screen in
 BAM2, her outfit is the same as on page 10 of the instruction manual, but her dress is
 white.  In a magazine which previews Bust-A-Move 2, her outfit is the same as in the
 Video Game, but she has two large blue bands on her wrists and her sleeves are white.
 And in the Video Game Stages, she is the same as previewed on page 0 of the BAM2
 instruction manual and in the "ENIX WORLD" Website, but she has two large blue bands on
 her wrists and the star is on the waist of her apron!?!  This is REALLY messed-up!!!

       2.10 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT MICHAEL DOI?
- Another famous Doi is Hitoshi Doi of his Websites popularly known for his Sailormoon and
 Seiyuu databases.
- Doi's dancing is called Jungle as described by DJ Dangerous.
- Doi's occupation is Dance Instructor.
- Doi is a homosexual in which he only likes males, and not females!
- Probably Doi's first name is a pun off of Michale Jackson, but with a variant spelling?
- Doi's ethnic background is Japanese.
- One of Doi's winning phrases, "Wan, tuu, surii!", basically translates to "One, two,
 three!"
- One of Doi's winning phrases probably is, "Daisenko", and I *think* [I MAY BE WRONG!] it
 translates to, "I'm a big hit!"  Can anyone help me out?  ^^;;
- Doi's symbol is a circle with a question mark in it.
- Doi's nickname in BAM2 is M-Doi.

       2.11 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT FRIDA?
- Frida's occupation is Artist and Graphic Artist.
- Frida is the elder sister of Comet, a character in BAM2.
- Frida's ethnic background is African-American, not of Latino decent as some people say.
- Frida's Theme, "Sora To Umi To Niji No Yume", basically translates to "Dreams Of Skies,
 Oceans, And Rainbows".
- Frida's name in Katakana is Furiida.
- On the cover of Bust-A-Groove, Frida's tattoo is on the wrong side of her arm!
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website, it states that Frida's dancing style resembles
 that of a "strokes of a paintbrush" . . .  Excuse me, I watch how Frida dance, and her
 dancing looks NO WHERE near how I paint with a paintbrush!  ^^
- In the BAG instuction manual, it states that "FRIDA is so hip to the groove that her
 pictures are inspired by the GROOVE-A-TRON, and it is said that her art dances with
 her".  Now let me clear up one thing:  Frida's Artworks DOES NOT come to life when she
 dances nor do they dance with her!  >=(  The only thing I've seen her drawing come to
 life is when she painted them such as that "hungry like a" wolf painting!  =P
- Another famous Artist for making her paintings come to life is Relm Arrowny from Final
 Fantasy VI.

       2.12 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT GAS-O?
- Gas-O is the son of Bi-O.
- Gas-O's occupation is a Mad Scientist.  And it's a hoot reading in the official
 Bust-A-Groove Website that his occupation is a "budding mad scientist"!  =P
- In the Bust-A-Move Original Sound Track on the page in which it shows Gas-O's Theme
 "CHEMICAL LOVE" on Track 6, the name put down in WRITTEN and PERFORMED by is Kareb James,
 but it's really supposed to be Kaleb James!
- Gas-O's ethnic background is Caucausian.
- Gas-O's name in Katakana is Gasu-Ou.
- Now this is interesting from what I read in the official Bust-A-Groove Website about
 Gas-O's background:  "His protective space suit houses a mini-computer, which monitors
 the outside air and dispenses deadly gas".  Interesting, I guess you DO learn something
 new everyday!  =P

       2.13 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HAMM?
- Hamm's ethnic background is African-American.
- Hamm's name in Katakana is Hamu.
- In the Bust-A-Move Original Sound Track in which it shows Hamm's Theme "i luv hamburgers"
 on Track 4, I don't know why they put down Kelly's characters below!
- Don't tell me that this doesn't make you AT LEAST crack a smile whenever you read about
 Hamm's dancing style in the official Bust-A-Groove Website:  "a gyrating manatee".  ^^
- In BAM, Hamm's lips were very pronounced as in they were outlined in pink, but in BAG,
 they had to change Hamm's lips because of any racist remarks that might be made about
 them.  But isn't it weird that in the official Bust-A-Groove Website, it shows Hamm with
 his pronounced lips!?!  And I don't see why the Americans have to cut that out because
 if you ever watch those old Bugs Bunny cartoons, you will usually see Bugs Bunny stick a
 piece of dynamite into Elmer Fudd's lips, and when the dynamite exploded -- it will show
 Elmer with dark skin and PRONOUNCED LIPS!  So it's okay to do that in cartoons, but not
 in a Video Game -- DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE TO ME!!!  >=(
- The word "Nigga" is removed in Hamm's Theme in the American BAG due to any racial remarks
 that might be made about his Theme.  [You can still hear the word "N~" in it!  o_O;; ]

       2.14 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HEAT?
- Heat's dancing in Bust-A-Move 2 is called Breaking as described by DJ Dangerous.
- The only Themes that uses the words "2 Bad" is Strike's Theme and Heat's Theme!  That is
 because the person who wrote both of their Themes are the same person!  But I think it's
 pretty weird . . .  ^^;;
- Heat's ethnic background is Japanese.
- In Bust-A-Move/Groove, the letter F on Heat's outfit stands for "Fireboy".
- In Bust-A-Move 2, the letter H on Heat's outfit stands for "Heat", not "Hentai"!  =P
- Heat's occupation is Ex-Racer.
- If you have ever watch the music video of Backstreet Boys "Larger Than Life", isn't it
 scary the outfit Howie is wearing is similar to Heat's first costume from BAM, and
 Kevin's outfit is similar to Heat's second costume from BAM2, but in black?!?  o_O;;
- Heat's nickname is "Fireboy" in BAM, or "Fire Boy" in BAG.
- If you have watched Heat's ending in BAM2, you will see him wearing a helmet with the
 words HEAT WIND on it.  The font similar to how HEAT WIND was written is ArcaneWide in
 which you can download it on the Internet.  [I have this font on my computer, KEWL!]
- MANY people wonder what Heat says in his winning stances, so I took a stab at it and it's
 hard for me to hear/translate what Heat says in BAM2 because I'm not a native of Japan
 nor do I speak the language.  But I *think* [I MAY BE WRONG ON THIS!] he might be saying
 "Aidoru e katana!" which translates to "This is how you become an idol!" *OR* [AGAIN, I
 MAY BE WRONG ON THIS!] "Arigatou e katana" which translates to "No need to thank me!"
 [I'm thinking my second guess is correct.]  Can anyone help me out with this?  ^^;;
- Heat's symbol in BAM2 is three burners with their flames intact.
- Heat's name in Katakana is Hiito.
- Heat has a scar over his right eye
- Heat statistics in BAM2 are:  Age - 20, Height - 171 cm [5' 7"], Weight - 60 kg
 [132 lbs.], Bust - 81 cm [32 in.], Waist - 62 cm [25 in.], Hip - 84 cm [34 in.], Male.
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website, it states that Heat is a "sporadically-attending
 junior college student"!  Hoo-boy, now THAT'S a laugh!  No where it in did it describe
 that Heat was an Ex-Racer!
- Now this made me laugh, this is a background description of Heat from the official
 Bust-A-Groove Website:  "The moniker "Heat" didn't come economically for this fast-mover;
 he twice narrowly avoided incineration in burning vehicles by utilizing his fleet dancing
 feet. The near-misses fostered Heat's fascination with flame--watch him on the dance floor
 to see the inferno emerge".  *Mocks*  "Fleet dancin' feet", now that's something you don't
 hear everyday!  =P

       2.15 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HIRO?
- Hiro-Kun's ethnic background is Italian.
- In BAG, if you have ever watched Hiro-Kun's ending, did you ever notice that he is missing
 his rectangle-like beard?
- The -Kun after Hiro's name is a Japanese suffix which translates to Mister.  So whenever
 Hiro-Kun's fans scream out, "Hiro-Kun", they are basically saying, "Mr. Hiro" in
 English!  o_O;;
- In Bust-A-Groove, 989 Studios tried to remove the -Kun after Hiro's name in failure that
 they failed to remove it whenever Hiro wins in Two Player Mode.
- In Bust-A-Move 2, if you can get a good camera angle whenever Hiro-Kun performs his
 winning stance in which he looks into a mirror and combs his hair back.  You can see
 there is a pasted picture of Hiro-Kun on the mirror!  How narcissist is that?!?
- Hiro's dancing in Bust-A-Move 2 is called Old School 70's Disco as described by DJ
 Dangerous.
- I think Hiro has a double pun in his name in which it is a pun off the word Hero and
 notice in Hiro's Theme in BAM2, STELLAR ALL STARS state, "Dancing like a Hero / Hiro
 let your body go."  And the other pun is that a Japanese word similar to Hiro is
 "Hiroi" which translates to "spacious".  So if Hiroi means spacious, then why is he
 living in a 6-Tatami apartment?
- If you are going against Hiro in BAM2, attack him right before a Solo!  Then you will
 hear Hiro's fans scream out, "Ah ha ha ha!"
- The words "Beat It!" in the background of Hiro's BAM2 Stage derives from one of Michale
 Jackson's Song by the same name.
- Hiro-Kun is basically a pun off of John Travolta from Saturday Night Fever.
- In Bust-A-Move, the Japanese character on the back of Hiro's robe is the word "Hi"
 which is short for Hiro.
- In my dictionary, the word "tatami" in the words "6-Tatami apartment" is Japanese for
 6-Japanese straw floor mat apartment.
- Hiro-Kun's symbol in BAM2 is a lighted cigarette.
- Hiro-Kun's name in Katakana is Hirokun.
- Hiro-Kun statistics in BAM2 are:  Age - 21, Height - 179 cm [5' 10"], Weight - 68 kg
 [150 lbs.], Bust - 88 cm [35 in.], Waist - 68 cm [27 in.], Hip - 86 cm [34 in.], Male.

       2.16 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT HUSTLE KONG?
- Hustle Kong is probably a pun off of King Kong from American lore or Donkey Kong from
 NINTENDO or M.C. King Kong Mushi from PaRappa the Rapper!  =P
- Hustle Kong's dancing is called Old School 70's Disco as described by DJ Dangerous.
- Hustle Kong's race is Gorilla.
- Hustle Kong's symbol is a circle with a question mark in it.
- Is it just me or does Hustle Kong looks A LOT kewler on his character select screen than
 he does when he's on the Stage?  =P
- Hustle Kong has two different looks!  In the character select screen, he is shown with
 both of his eyes corrected and he has two loops pierced on his left ear.  But in the
 Stage, he is shown with his eyes crossed and he has no piercings on his left ear.

       2.17 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT KELLY?
- Kelly's dancing in Bust-A-Move 2 is called Jazz Dance as described by DJ Dangerous.
 [If you have watch Jennifer Lopez's music video "If You Had My Love", you can see
 Jennifer dancing Jazz!]
- Kelly's Theme in BAM has two titles:  "Transform" and "Transfome".
- In the Bust-A-Move Original Sound Track in which it shows Kelly's Theme "Transform" on
 Track 3, I don't know why they put down Hamm's characters below!
- I AM SO HAPPY THAT IN THE EUROPEAN BAG THAT IT KEPT KELLY'S FETISH AND HER GOING TO
 UNDERGROUND PARTIES!  Here is the description from Sony of Europe:  "KELLY - KELLY's
 nickname is BABY SUIT.  She is 23 years old.  During the day she works in an office, but
 at night she dresses up in fetish costumes and goes to secret parties.  Her biggest
 worry at the moment is paying back the money she has borrowed to pay for the new rubber
 suit she's just had made for herself".  BRAVO!  *Applauds*  [Can ya tell that I HATE
 censorship, especially in Video Games?  =P ]
- Kelly's occupation in BAG as stated in the official Bust-A-Groove Website is "office
 flirt" which probably is shortened form of "Secretary"!  =P
- Kelly is a common girl's name.
- Kelly's occupation is OL in BAM which means Office Lady or Secretary.
- This is how the official Bust-A-Groove Website TRIED to cover up that Kelly likes to go
 to underground parties in BAG:  ". . . it's off to the local mall where her plastic will
 secure a new dress and matching pumps".  How I laugh so!  Heh heh . . .  =P
- Kelly's nickname in Bust-A-Move is "Baby Suit", not "Baby Susie".
- I think it's scary that Kelly's hair is similar to Princess Peach's in a weird way!
- Kelly in BAM2 is known for going along the boundaries of Cosplaying as Kitty-N!  ^^
- Kelly grew a mole below her lower lip from BAM to BAM2.
- Kelly's ethnic background is Caucausian.
- Kelly's symbol in BAM2 is a policeman saluting.
- Kelly's name in Katakana is Kerii.
- Kelly statistics in BAM2 are:  Age - 24, Height - 168 cm [5' 6"], Weight - 49 kg
 [108 lbs.], Bust - 89 cm [36 in.], Waist - 58 cm [23 in.], Hip - 84 cm [34 in.], Female.

       2.18 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT KITTY-N?
- Kitty-N's ethnic background is Japanese.
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com] aaa
- The -N in Kitty's name stands for Nakajima if you didn't look carefully enough in her
 Stage in Bust-A-Move/Groove.
- Kitty-N's dancing in Bust-A-Move 2 is called Jungle as described by DJ Dangerous.
- You too can watch Kitty-N's brand new show on channel 3 as shown in her BAM2 Stage!  ^^
- Kitty-N in BAM2 is an Ex-Love Love Soldier for the television show, Miracle 5.
- Kitty-N's occupation in BAG is a "star actress in the TV hit 'Litterbox Warriors 5', but
 in the European BAG, Kitty-N is from the "TV series, LOVE WARRIOR MIRACLE 5".  ^^
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website, they forgot to put the dash in Kitty-N's name, so
 it looks like Kitty N.  Weird.  o_O;;
- Kitty-N is a Cosplay Soldier in which Cosplay is short for Costume Play which is an
 event in Japan as well as America in which people will dress up and protray themselves
 as their favorite characters, especially those from Anime and Video Games.
- Kitty-N's occupation is Ex-Love Love Soldier and Idol in BAM2.
- It's only natural for Kitty-N to protray herself as a Catgirl because her first name is
 Kitty!  ^^
- People say that the Bust-A-Groove Themes were well translated, but I can prove them
 wrong!  In Kitty-N's Theme "Bust A Groove" of BAG, the translation of it is NO WHERE
 NEAR THE JAPANESE to my knowledge!  The only time they kept the original Japanese lyrics
 was "Blinded by the blue"!  x_X;;
- Kitty-N's Theme in BAM is sung by a famous Japanese idol known as hatsumi morinaga!
 Only necessary for an idol like Kitty to have her Them sung by an idol as well!  =P
- Kitty-N's BAM Theme, "aozora no knife (Bust A Move Edit)", basically translates to
 "knife of the blue sky (Bust A Move Edit)" or "blue knife (Bust A Move Edit)".  Either
 way, it's basically the same translation!  =P
- Kitty-N's symbol in BAM2 is a can of tuna.
- Kitty-N's name in Katakana is KitiiN.
- Kitty-N statistics in BAM2 are:  Age - 17, Height - 170 cm [5' 7"], Weight - 46 kg
 [101 lbs.], Bust - 84 cm [37 in.], Waist - 55 cm [22 in.], Hip - 85 cm [34 in.], Female.

       2.19 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT MCLOAD?
- McLoad's race is Dinosaur.
- McLoad's dancing is called Jazz Dance as described by DJ Dangerous.
- McLoad is a pun off of McDonalds as seen in Kelly's BAM2 Stage.  Even DJ Dangerous
 pronounce "McLoad" as "MacLoad" as how McDonalds is pronounced!
- You can see McLoad in Shorty's BAM2 Stage.
- McLoad is also a pun off of Barney if you have seen it in it's second attire.
- Could James Suneoka actually be McLoad in disguise because he was wearing a mask of
 McLoad in Kelly's ending!!!
- McLoad's symbol is a circle with a question mark in it.

       2.20 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT PANDER?
- Pander's ethnic background is Japanese and his race is Panda.
- Pander is a pun off the word panda.
- Pander's dancing is called African Dance as described by DJ Dangerous.  [Don't ask why
 whenever you start off in Pander's Stage that DJ Dangerous says, "Japanese-style?"]
- In my dictionary, Pander means 1.) a go-between in amorous intrigues.  2.) a procurer;
 pimp.  3.) a person who caters to or profits from the weaknesses or vices of others.
 THAT IS SO WEIRD!  o_O;;
- If you can get a Lottery in Pander's Stage, you will see circles with symbols in them in
 the background.  Those symbols are actually from a card game called Min-Ha-To [I got a
 Shareware ZIP of it!  If you would like to have it, then e-mail me and I'll send you
 the file!]  Here is a description of Min-Ha-To from the ZIP file:  "The game of
 MIN-HA-TO is similar to a game of GO FISH, with a twist.  This game uses an Oriental
 deck of cards called HA-TO.  The deck has 48 cards which are divided into 12 suits of
 four cards.  Each suit has a picture meant to associate the suit with one of the 12
 months of the year."  Long ago I used to play this game against my Mom and sis!  ^^
- Pander's symbol, to me, is a tile from a Chinese game called Mah-Jongg and next to it
 appears to be somen noodles wrapped up in a band.  My sis thinks it's a sketch pad with
 a Japanese character written on it and next to it is a pen.  What do ya think?  ^^
- If you look carefully at one of the screens on Pander's Stage, you will see a sketch of
 an Alien with the words:  "Briget Bye"  How weird is that?  [Well . . . the other scenes
 on Pander's screens are weird too, but this one seems to catch my eye sometimes!]

       2.21 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT PINKY?
- Pinky's ethnic background is African-American.
- Pinky's surname is Diamond, but in Bust-A-Groove they state that Pinky Diamond is her
 nickname!  o_O;;
- In the American BAG, it tries to cover up that Pinky is a Stripper by stating that she is
 a "Professional Dancer", but in the European BAG, it states that "She [Pinky] is both a
 stripper and a fortune teller, but apparently she also works as an assassin".  I rather
 have the European BAG than the American one!  =P
- Another famous Pinky is the insane lab mouse, Pinky, from Pinky And The Brain.
- Pinky's name derives from the color she mainly wears, pink.  I'm wondering because since
 her second outfit is black, shouldn't she called Blackie?  ^^
- Pinky Diamond's name in Katakana is Pinkii-Daiyamondo.
- Oddly enough, the word "Niggas" is kept in Pinky's Theme in the American BAG even though
 they removed the word "Nigga" in Hamm's Theme.

       2.22 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT ROBO-Z [GOLD]?
- Robo-Z's and Robo-Z Gold's race is Robot.
- Robo-Z Gold's dancing is called Techno as described by DJ Dangerous.
- Robo-Z Gold's symbol is a socket about to be inserted into a plug.
- Robo-Z's name in Katakana is RoboZ.

       2.23 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT SHORTY?
- Shorty's ethnic background is Japanese.
- In BAM/BAG, Shorty has black eyes, but in BAM2, she has violet eyes!?  Did she wear color
 contacts???  o_O;;
- Shorty's dancing in Bust-A-Move 2 is called Sexy Hip Hop as described by DJ Dangerous.
- Isn't it weird that Shorty's second outfit has a letter S as does Strike's first outfit
 in BAM2?  The letter S on Shorty's outfit stands for "Shorty".
- Shorty's name is a pun that she is short for her age.
- The ride the Dancers are taking in Shorty's BAM2 Stage is called Jungle Tours.
- I'm having a problem translating Shorty's BAM Theme, "Waratte PON", in my dictionary:
 Waratte means "to smile" or along those lines, but I can't figure out what does PON
 mean.  Anyone skilled in Japanese care to help me out?  If you have CDDB on Winamp, you
 will see that another "title" of Shorty's Theme is "Wonderland", but I don't think that
 is a proper translation.  o_O;;
- Shorty's BAM2 Theme, SHORTY'S THEME "HIZASHI NO OKU NO HAPPII HAATO", basically
 translates to SHORTY'S THEME "THE HAPPY HEART DEEP WITHIN THE SUNSHINE".
- One of Shorty's winning phrases, "Yatta!", basically translates to "I did it!"
- Shorty's attack phrase in BAM2, "Ikuyo!", basically translates to "Let's go!"
- Shorty's symbol in BAM2 is a sign you will usually see on a ladies' room door.  Either
 those are her hands holding onto her head or they are to represent two ponytails.
- Shorty's name in Katakana is Shoutii.
- Shorty statistics in BAM2 are:  Age - 13, Height - 152 cm [5' 1"], Weight - 39 kg
 [86 lbs.], Bust - 77 cm [31 in.], Waist - 48 cm [19 in.], Hip - 79 cm [32 in.], Female.
- In BAM2, if you happen to attack your opponent twice as Shorty successfully, your
 opponent will be flatten paperthin [like the characters in Um Jammer Lammy!] for the
 remainder of the Stage!  IT'S HILAROUS AS HELL!  =P
- On Shorty's suspenders in BAM2, the words "SHORTY" is written in white!
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website, it states "Don't miss a trick with Shorty and her
 teddy bear will dance alongside her".  Now ignore the "teddy bear" part, but pay
 attention to the words "don't miss a trick"!  I remember while playing BAG that I kept
 messing up my dance moves as Shorty, but I can still get Columbo to dance along-side me!
- In the BAG instruction manual, they tried to cover up that Shorty's father is a Diplomat
 and she loves Atari Games.  They state instead that Shorty's father is a DJ and she loves
 to collect 8-Tracks cassettes!  But weird enough in the European BAG that they kept that
 Shorty's father is a Diplomat, but they covered up the Atari Games by putting down "Her
 current fad is collecting pop hits on cassette".  That's messed up, really . . .
- Shorty has three different looks in BAM2!  In the "ENIX WORLD" Website, she is shown
 wearing a white shirt with patches on it and at the end of her sleeves are blue, her hair
 is tied up into two ponytails supported by a white band, she has no freckles, Columbo is
 sitting up right on her head as it is wearing a blue cap, and her suspenders are red with
 the word "SHORTY" written in white and one of them is hanging down her jeans.  On page 9
 of the instruction manual, she is shown wearing a white shirt with no patches on it and
 at the elbows of her sleeves are outlined in black, her hair is tied up into two
 ponytails supported by a blue band, she has freckles, Columbo is laying down on her head
 and it is wearing no cap, and her suspenders are red with no wording and one of them is
 hanging off her shoulder.  And on the character select screen, she is shown wearing a
 white shirt with no patches on it and at the elbow of her sleeves are outlined in black
 as they are colored blue below, her hair is tied up into two ponytails supported by a
 blue band, she has freckles, Columbo is laying down on her head and it is wearing no cap,
 and her suspenders are red with no wording and one of them is hanging off her shoulder.
 Can anyone decide on a set look for Shorty?  =P

       2.24 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT STRIKE?
- Strike's ethnic background, to me, is probably Hispanic, but he can speak Japanese.
 Most people think his ethnic background is African-American, but he looks more Spanish
 to my sis and I.
- Strike's dancing is always called Gangster Groove.
- Another famous Strike is the praying mantis Pokemon, Strike, from Pocket Monsters.  [The
 Americans know it as Scyther.  -_-;; ]
- In the Website, Flys, at http://www.flys.com, the official name of Strike's shades are
 Med Flys!
- Strike has a total of six tattoos:  Two on both of his wrists, one on his upper-right
 arm, and another one on his upper-left arm.  And in the introduction FMV in BAG, you can
 see that Strike has a "seventh" tattoo on his upper-right breast, but then it is never
 shown again on Strike in the Game!  Weird!
- Isn't it weird that Strike's first outfit has a letter S as does Shorty's second outfit
 in BAM2?  The letter S on Strike's outfit stands for "Strike".
- Did you notice that the design on Strike's second outfit T-shirt in BAM2 is of a
 demented mouse with shaggy white hair in a blue and white shirt.  Weird as Hell!  Is he
 trying to tease Columbo by wearing that T-shirt?  Hmm . . .
- In Strike's Theme in BAG, the removed these lyrics:  ". . . Eraser / Go drink that
 tequila here comes your cola chaser" due to any reference of alcohol.
- In BAG, they removed the individual scene in which Strike is shown drinking from a flask
 to that he is drinking out of a cola can.  Probably they made that change as sung in his
 BAM lyrics:  "Go drink that _TEQUILA_ here comes your _COLA_ chaser"!  ^^;;
- The only Themes that uses the words "2 Bad" is Strike's Theme and Heat's Theme!  That is
 because the person who wrote both of their Themes are the same person!  But I think it's
 pretty weird . . .  ^^;;
- Strike is a member of Notorious, and there is a magazine called Notorious in which it
 features a woman who does Capoeira!  O_O
- Strike's occupation is always Street Gangster.
- I so far found two people who looks are similar to that of Strike's:  The black
 performer from EYC and Chris from 'N Sync!  o_O;;
- If you watch Strike's ending in BAM2, you will see that his face appears on a cover of a
 Billboard magazine!  WOW!
- Strike so far has knowledge on this certain type of firearms:  The handguns, the tommy
 gun, and a bazooka.  Unique array, no?
- In the Video Game of BAM2, Strike's Theme is titled "Hear Comes Trouble" whereelse in
 the Original Soundtrack of BAM2, it's titled as STRIKE'S THEME "HERE COMES TROUBLE".
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com as she typed it herself] Strike has
 EYES!  On the cover of the Bust-A-Move:  Dance and Rhythm Action OST, if you look
 carefully at Strike's face, his eyes are in view.  This is also present in his ending
 from BAM2:DTM.  On another note, his eyes look similar to that of Robo-Z Gold when his
 visor is cracked . . . -^_^;;;;-
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com as she typed it herself] Strike owns
 some heavy artillery.  WHY DOESN'T HE USE THEM THOUGH!?!  One attack and about two dance
 moves that involve guns, that's not right!  It's just not STRIKE!?!  How come when
 Strike's IN PRISON in Bust-A-Move:  Dance and Rhythm Action/Groove, he is usin' his guns
 like no one's buisness . . . but while he's robbin' a BANK HE'S STASHING HIS PRIZED
 POSSESSIONS IN THEIR CASE!?!  [My note:  Good point there, it doesn't make sense when
 he's in prison in BAM and he uses his handguns, but when he's robbing a bank, he rarely
 uses them!  o.O;; ]  He should HAVE to use them MORE often??  Ne?????  It's a waste of
 memory for the company only to make a couple of moves that involve his guns . . . he
 *should* involve them a little more . . . heh heh . . . -^________________^;;;;;;;;;;-
- This is for my sis, the "Strike fan" of our family.  =P  She wonders what Strike says
 in one of his winning phrases in BAM2, so I took a stab at it and it's hard for me to
 hear/translate what Strike says because I'm not a native of Japan nor do I speak the
 language.  But I *think* [I MAY BE WRONG ON THIS!] he might be saying "Iryoi shida"
 which probably translates to "I have the power".  Can anyone help me out with this for
 my sister's sake?  ^^;;
- Strike's symbol in BAM2 is a hand holding onto a moneybag.
- Strike's name in Katakana is Sutoraiku.
- Strike statistics in BAM2 are:  Age - 22, Height - 183 cm [6' 1"], Weight - 75 kg
 [165 lbs.], Bust - 94 cm [38 in.], Waist - 66 cm [26 in.], Hip - 86 cm [34 in.], Male.
- In the official Bust-A-Groove Website, it states that Strike's occupation is a "street
 thug".  Uh, is a Street Thug a "sugar-coated" way to say that he's a Gangster?  =P
- Everyone is confused with Strike's Stage in BAM/BAG such as in the Sony of Europe's
 Website, it states that Strike's Stage is a SEWER!  o_O;;  But that is WRONG!  The
 closest description of Strike's Stage I've ever heard was in the official Bust-A-Groove
 Website:  "Strike's home dance floor is the original mosh pit--it's a locked room
 somewhere within the confining walls of the state penitentiary."  Actually, his Stage is
 set in the hallways of a state penitentiary [NOT in a locked room!] because you can see
 to the left and to the right of his Stage are prison cells!
- Strike has FOUR different looks in BAM2!  In the "ENIX WORLD" Website, he is shown with a
 black watch on his left wrist, his hair is completely black, and one white band on the
 top of his tanktop and no bands on the bottom.  In the BAM2 Stages, he is shown with
 large black bands with white outlines on his wrists, his hair is completely black, and
 two white bands on top and bottom of his tanktop.  In the character select screen in
 BAM2, he is shown with two small black bands outlined in white on his left wrist, his
 hair is black and gray, and he has two white bands on the top of his tanktop and one
 white band on the bottom.  And on page 9 of the instruction manual, he is shown with two
 two small black bands outlined in white on his left wrist, his hair is completely black
 with a few hint of gray in there, and he has two white bands on the top of his tanktop
 and one white band on the bottom.  o_O;;
- It is jet unknown whether Strike's hair is in dreads or it's naturally curly.  Most
 people think his hair is in dreads.

       2.25 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT SUSHI BOY?
- Sushi Boy's race is Robot.
- Sushi Boy's dancing is called Rollerblade Dance as described by DJ Dangerous.
- Sushi Boy is the Mascot of Sushi Planet.
- To me, Sushi Boy is terribly EASY even in MIX difficulty!  o_O;;
- It states in the game that Sushi Boy has no gender, wouldn't it be male because of the
 word Boy in his name?  o_O;;
- OHMIGOD!  Trying to hear/translated what Sushi Boy is saying is HARD!  He has this voice
 in which I have to GUESS what he's saying!  WOW!  o_O;;  And I thought that listening to
 Tsutomu's voice was hard, I was proven wrong!  Anyways, this is what I thought he said
 [Knowing that I'm guessing here, it could be wrong!!!]:  One of his winning phrases
 probably is, "Kanban mayou", which probably translates to, "You were in awe of me
 because you saw me on a signboard!"  His other winning phrases are probably "Waisou"
 and "Ha da michou!", and I can't translate them for the life of me!  And his attack
 phrase is *probably* "Here's your check!, but I could be wrong there because Sushi Boy,
 to me, is SO hard to hear even with NO music on!  o_O;;
- Sushi Boy's symbol is a circle with a question mark in it.

       2.26 - DID YOU NOTICE ABOUT TSUTOMU?
- In the ending, they will call Tsutomu Tsutomu-Kun and it basically a Japanese suffix
 which translates to a usage when addressing younger people, especially younger boys.
- Tsutomu's ethnic background is Japanese.
- Tsutomu is a common Japanese boy's name.
- Tsutomu's dancing is called House as descrbed by DJ Dangerous.  [If you have watch
 Jennifer Lopez's music video "If You Had My Love", you can see Jennifer dancing House!]
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com as she typed it herself] It's
 unbelieveable . . . but Tsutomu's MIX mode combinations are incrediably hard, they
 consist of more tactial rotations than Robo-Z Gold, which are mainly longer than
 Tsutsuchan's . . . I find that odd from the cutest character in the game . . .
 ermmm . . . -^_^;-  [My note:  My sis likes "Tsutsuchan" a lot, but not more than she
 does with Strike!  =P ]
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com as she typed it herself] WHY IN HELL
 DOESN'T HE USE HIS MARACAS AS MUCH!?!  Only ONE freakin dance move, and that's it . . .
 that's a waste of memory on MY case!  He's previewed with his Maracas, but rarely uses
 them . . . something fishy here . . . -\_/;-  [My note:  Another GREAT point by my sis!
 When I saw Tsutomu with his maracas, I thought he will use them a lot, but only ONE
 dance move involves them!  Makes NO sense to me!]
- I wonder what Tsutomu says when he does one of his winning stances, so I took a stab at
 it and it's hard for me to hear/translate what Tsutomu says because I'm not a native of
 Japan nor do I speak the language.  But I *think* [I MAY BE WRONG ON THIS!] he might be
 saying "Sou de kanji dousou!" which probably translates to "Did you hear that, my
 fellow classmates?"  And for his other winning stances, I *think* [I MAY BE WRONG ON
 THIS, AGAIN!] he might be saying [I had problems listening to this one.] "Yeah, this is
 cool!"  Can anyone help me out with this?  ^^;;
- I think that Tsutomu suffers from the "Super Fighting Story 2" syndrome [I invented that
 name, thank you!].  What I meant by that phrase was that whenever you play as either Son
 Goten and Trunks on Dragon Ball Z:  Super Fighting Story 2, both of their heads will be
 unnaturally bigger than a normal person's.  o_O;;  You will see this "syndrome" when you
 play as the two youngest dancers together:  Shorty and Tsutomu, now you will notice that
 Tsutomu's head is bigger than Shorty's, and THAT'S SCARY!!!  x_X;;  Maybe they're trying
 to overexaggerate the word "egghead" a little too much, don't ya think?  =P
- Tsutomu's symbol is a 10 Yen piece.
- Tsutomu's name in Katakana is Tsutomu.
- Tsutomu statistics are:  Age - 11, Height - 141 cm [4' 7"], Weight - 36 kg [79 lbs.],
 Bust - 65 cm [26 in.], Waist - 37 cm [15 in.], Hip - 68 cm [27 in.], Male.

       2.27 - DID YOU NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS?
- Did ya know that almost half of the characters in Bust-A-Move have widow peaks?!?
- [From Karniz Archada:  karniz_archada@hotmail.com as she typed it herself] Funny
 enough, all of the female characters have curly hair too . . . -^_^;;;-
- Bust-A-Move's genre is Rhythm Action.
- If Bust-A-Groove 2 were to come to the U.S., what would they call the Ending Theme
 because it is titled "Bust A Groove", and Kitty-N's Theme in BAG is also titled "Bust A
 Groove"!  Would they change the Ending Theme in BAG2 to "Bust A Move"?!?  ^^;;
- There is an Arcade Game of Bust-A-Groove, but you can only see it in Wonderpark!  =(
- If you have the Original Soundtracks of the BAM Games as well as CDDB in your multimedia
 players on your computer!  Put the OST into your computer and you will see that the
 Tracks are already titled for ya!
- The "official" genre of BAM, BAG, and BAM2 is Rhythm Action or Dancing/Music Simulation.
- The European BAG allows more content to be put in there that the American BAG censored
 such as underground parties, cigarettes, Strippers, and Diplomatic fathers!  =P

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3.0  - CHANGES FROM BUST-A-MOVE TO BUST-A-MOVE 2!

       If you're wondering how did Heat changed from BAM to BAM2 as well as other
characters, here is your list to help ya out!  ^^  [Since I don't have Bust-A-Move, this
section is not completed!  ^^ ]

       3.1  - CHANGES ON BURGER DOG?
- COMING SOON!

       3.2  - CHANGES ON CAPOEIRA?
- COMING SOON!

       3.3  - CHANGES ON COLUMBO?
- COMING SOON!

       3.4  - CHANGES ON GAS-O?
- COMING SOON!

       3.5  - CHANGES ON HEAT?
- COMING SOON!

       3.6  - CHANGES ON HIRO?
- COMING SOON!

       3.7  - CHANGES ON KELLY?
- COMING SOON!

       3.8  - CHANGES ON KITTY-N?
- COMING SOON!

       3.9  - CHANGES ON ROBO-Z [GOLD]?
- COMING SOON!

       3.10 - CHANGES ON SHORTY?
- COMING SOON!

       3.11 - CHANGES ON STRIKE?
- COMING SOON!

       3.12 - CHANGES ON MISCELLANEOUS?
- There is no Instrumental version in Bust-A-Move 2!

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4.0  - MY OPINIONS ON WHAT THEY WILL CHANGE IN BUST-A-GROOVE 2!

       My friend, Jonathan, e-mail me one day, and was wondering if Bust-A-Groove 2 will
ever make it to the U.S.  [I heard it's coming out late 1999 to early 2000!?]  This is
what I replied to him!  [NOTE: These are entirely my opinions!]:

       "And Bust-A-Groove 2 . . .  Probably unlikely . . .  See there are so many things
in Bust-A-Move 2 that the Japanese can allow, but the Americans can't such as [THIS IS A
LONG LIST!]:

1.)  In Strike's Theme, the word "pubic areas" are mention.  They will probably have to
    blurb that out.
2.)  You can see partial nudity in Kelly's ending [It shows somewhat of Kelly's breasts
    when she puts on a shirt] and in Kitty-N's ending [Seeing Michael Doi in speedoes is
    not what I want to see!].
3.)  Comet's skirt would probably be opaque instead of transparent because it shows off
    her underwear.  And they will probably alter one of her dance moves in which you can
    see her underwear completely when she open her legs and do a pose.
4.)  Kitty-N's, Shorty's, and Kelly's Themes will probably be in English unless they
    decided to keep it in it's original Japanese as they did with Frida's Theme.
5.)  In Comet's Theme, it says in it "You're the prisoner of my bed" which is a reference
    to sex.  So they would probably change it to "You won't ever want to leave" a la as
    they did in Hamm's Theme.
6.)  The Stages would be easier to intensify.
7.)  They would probably have to hire another Voice Actor for James Suneoka because he
    does somewhat cuss in it, and if they want to keep BAG2 in the G rating section and
    appealing for the children as well as the adults . . .  They would also alter the
    dialogue because in BAG, their backgrounds were altered because it was probably too
    much for America to handle such as Kelly going to underground parties -- so they
    changed it to that Kelly is a club partier in BAG.
8.)  They would probably try to remove the man in the background of Strike's Stage because
    it would probably make people want to tie up bank tellers or whatever.
9.)  Hiro-Kun's cigarette is going, going -- GONE!
10.) Shorty would probably have her bra removed from her first attire because it might
    makes other thinks she's a hoochie or a slut or whatever.
11.) They probably [I think] might make Kelly's pants longer in her first attire.
12.) NO MICHAEL DOI!  They can't have homosexuality in BAG2!
13.) They might change McLoad's colors in it's second attire due to the fact that he
    looks like Barney.
14.) Hustle Kong might be removed or has his name changed because it's too similar to
    King Kong or Donkey Kong or whatever.
15.) They might get rid of Pander because I mean -- JUST LOOK AT HIM!
16.) The subtitling might be redone in English.
17.) The man at Kelly's workplace would probably alter his look so that he won't look like
    a transvestite.
18.) They probably won't mention Mr. Senna [Heat's idol] in Heat's ending.
19.) They might take out Bi-O because of the blood and gore and stuff or alter his looks.
20.) BI-O'S ENDING!  CAN'T HAVE THAT IN THE U.S.!
21.) They would probably alter Tsutomu's ending in which they probably won't make
    reference that he would marry his Teacher when he turns 18 years old.
22.) Shorty's ending would be altered because they would say that her father is a DJ
    instead of a Diplomat.  And James Suneoka is seen punching Columbo and that is
    cruelty to animals . . .
23.) The fonts would be changed.
24.) Hey!  With all the stuff that they will censor -- they have enough in which you can
    choose to play BAG2 in Spanish, German, French, Italian, and etc. as in PaRappa The
    Rapper!  =P
25.) Kitty-N's ending would probably change the words Miracle 5 to Litterbox Warriors 5."

       And there are some more censorships that I thought of after I gave Jon the
e-mail, but I'm thinking of them!  Rememeber I'm still trying to think of more to
post!  =P

26.) If Shorty's BAG Theme is about her wanting her mother to leave her alone, are they
    going to make her BAG2 Theme about her wanting her father to leave her alone?  ^^

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5.0  - DEEP WITHIN THE CDS!

       I bought myself a Game Enhancer, Gold Finger, not long ago to help me play the
Import of Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku MIX and it worked out!  So I decided to check out
the CDs I have of BAM, BAM2, and BAG -- and this is what I found.:

       5.1  - DEEP WITHIN THE BUST-A-MOVE CD!
[I am currently trying to purchase Bust-A-Move from BuyRite.]

       5.2  - DEEP WITHIN THE PS BUST-A-GROOVE CD!
[I am currently trying to purchase Bust-A-Groove for my Mom, she loves that Game,
especially Kitty-N!]

       5.3  - DEEP WITHIN THE BUST-A-MOVE 2 CD!  [
FILE                        DESCRIPTION
bust2.bin                   Pictures from the endings of each characters!

       In the \str\ directory.
FILE            CHANNEL     DESCRIPTION
bust2_op.str    Movie-0000  The introduction FMV
               Audio-0000  Opening Theme "High Voltage (Theme Of Bust A Move 2)".

       In the \xa\ directory.
FILE            CHANNEL     DESCRIPTION
bust2e01.xa     0000        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Heat.
               0001        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Strike.
               0002        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Comet.
               0003        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Tsutomu.
               0004        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Kelly.
               0005        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Shorty.
               0006        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Kitty-N.
bust2e02.xa     0000        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Hiro-Kun.
               0001        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Bi-O.
               0002        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Capoeira.
               0003        Introduction of "Dancing Heroes" show starring Robo-Z Gold.
bust2e03.xa     0000        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Heat.
               0001        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Strike.
               0002        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Comet.
               0003        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Tsutomu.
               0004        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Kelly.
               0005        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Shorty.
               0006        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Kitty-N.
bust2e04.xa     0000        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Hiro-Kun.
               0001        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Bi-O.
               0002        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" starring Capoeira.
               0003        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Heat?
bust2e05.xa     0000        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Strike?
               0001        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Comet?
               0002        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Tsutomu?
               0003        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Kelly?
               0004        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Shorty?
               0005        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Kitty-N?
               0006        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Hiro-Kun?
bust2e06.xa     0000        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Bi-O?
               0001        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka and Capoeira?
               0002        Ending of "Dancing Heroes" with James Suneoka.
bust2e07.xa     0000        Part 1 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 1 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 1 of Comet's ending.
               0003        Part 1 of Tsutomu's ending.
               0004        Part 1 of Kelly's ending.
               0005        Part 1 of Shorty's ending.
               0006        Part 1 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e08.xa     0000        Part 1 of Hiro-Kun's ending.
               0001        Part 1 of Bi-O's ending.
               0002        Part 1 of Capoeira's ending.
bust2e09.xa     0000        Part 2 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 2 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 2 of Comet's ending.
               0003        Part 2 of Tsutomu's ending.
               0004        Part 2 of Kelly's ending.
               0005        Part 2 of Shorty's ending.
               0006        Part 2 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e10.xa     0000        Part 2 of Hiro-Kun's ending.
               0001        Part 2 of Bi-O's ending.
               0002        Part 2 of Capoeira's ending.
bust2e11.xa     0000        Part 3 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 3 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 3 of Comet's ending.
               0003        Part 3 of Tsutomu's ending.
               0004        Part 3 of Kelly's ending.
               0005        Part 3 of Shorty's ending.
               0006        Part 3 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e12.xa     0000        Part 3 of Hiro-Kun's ending.
               0001        Part 3 of Bi-O's ending.
               0002        Part 3 of Capoeira's ending.
bust2e13.xa     0000        Part 4 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 4 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 4 of Comet's ending.
               0003        Part 4 of Tsutomu's ending.
               0004        Part 4 of Kelly's ending.
               0005        Part 4 of Shorty's ending.
               0006        Part 4 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e14.xa     0000        Part 4 of Hiro-Kun's ending.
               0001        Part 4 of Bi-O's ending.
               0002        Part 4 of Capoeira's ending.
bust2e15.xa     0000        Part 5 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 5 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 5 of Comet's ending.
               0003        Part 5 of Tsutomu's ending.
               0004        Part 5 of Kelly's ending.
               0005        Part 5 of Shorty's ending.
               0006        Part 5 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e16.xa     0000        Part 5 of Hiro-Kun's ending.
               0001        Part 5 of Bi-O's ending.
               0002        Part 5 of Capoeira's ending.
bust2e17.xa     0000        Part 6 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 6 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 6 of Comet's ending.
               0003        Part 6 of Tsutomu's ending.
               0004        Part 6 of Kelly's ending.
               0005        Part 6 of Shorty's ending.
               0006        Part 6 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e18.xa     0000        Part 6 of Hiro-Kun's ending.
               0001        Part 6 of Bi-O's ending.
               0002        Part 6 of Capoeira's ending.
bust2e19.xa     0000        Part 7 of Heat's ending.
               0001        Part 7 of Strike's ending.
               0002        Part 7 of Shorty's ending.
               0003        Part 7 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e20.xa     0000        Part 7 of Bi-O's ending.
bust2e21.xa     0000        Part 8 of Heat's ending.
               0002        Part 8 of Shorty's ending.
               0003        Part 8 of Kitty-N's ending.
bust2e22.xa     0000        Part 8 of Bi-O's ending.
bust2e23.xa     0000        Part 9 of Heat's ending.
bust2e24.xa     0000        Part 9 of Heat's ending.
bust2_01.xa     0000        Heat's Theme "The Heat is On".
               0001        Strike's Theme "Hear Comes Trouble".
               0002        Comet's Theme "Magic Tower".
               0003        Tsutomu's Theme "Got To Be Happy".
               0004        Kelly's Theme "Moon Light Party ~ Clap your Hands".
               0005        Shorty's Theme "Hizashi-no-oku-no Happy Heart.
               0006        Pander's Theme "ENKA 1".
               0007        Kitty-N's Theme "Hello Kitty-N"
bust2_02.xa     0000        Hiro-Kun's Theme "Let The Music Take Control (Hiro's Groove)".
               0001        Bi-O's Theme "ZOMBIE HOPPER".
               0002        Capoeira's Theme "ALLEGRETTO BREAK".
               0003        Robo-Z's Theme "ACID-LINE".
               0004        Bust A Move 2 Main Theme.
               0005        Bust A Move 2 Character Select Theme.
               0006        Bust A Move 2 New Challenger Theme.
               0007        Bust A Move 2 Theme.
bust2_03.xa     0000        Fever Time Theme.
bust2_04.xa     0000        Dual Fever Time Theme.
               0001        DJ Dangerous saying, "Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku MIX!"
               0002        Ending Theme "Bust A Groove".

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6.0  - BUST-A-MOVE ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK LISTING

       If you are considering purchasing the Original Sound Track of Bust-A-Move, here
are two listing as to what Tracks are on it.  The serial number of this CD is GM-012 and
the company is EVER ANIME.  The total time is:  00:62:15:
       Also, an ! at the end of the TRACK # states that this Track is one of my favorite
Themes, and a $ at the end of the TRACK # states that this Track is one of my sister's
favorite Themes.  [I don't put down the favorite Tracks for the multimedia player because
it's the same as the CD player!  ^^;; ]:

IN YOUR CD PLAYER:
TRACK #       TIME        TITLE(S)
Track 01  $   00:03:13    "blue knife (start G move mix)"
Track 02 !    00:04:44    "2 BAD"
Track 03 !$   00:04:03    "Transfome"/"Transform"
Track 04 !    00:03:53    "i luv hamburgers"
Track 05  $   00:04:23    "Uwasa No Kapoera"
Track 06 !$   00:04:40    "CHEMICAL LOVE"
Track 07 !    00:03:54    "Sora To Umi To Niji No Yume"
Track 08 !$   00:05:20    "FLYIN'TO YOUR SOUL"/"FLY'N TO YOUR SOUL"
Track 09 !$   00:04:17    "The Natural Playboy"
Track 10 !$   00:04:04    "Waratte PON"
Track 11 !$   00:03:58    "I know"
Track 12      00:04:38    "Power"/"POWER"
Track 13 !$   00:04:31    "aozora no knife (Bust A Move Edit)"
Track 14      00:06:31    "blue knife dream (ochestra stall mix)"

IN YOUR MULTIMEDIA PLAYER [NOTE:  There are two CDDB titles!]:
DISC TITLE: Bust A Move Original Soundtrack/Bust A Move
ARTIST    : Enix/Original Sound Track
CD TRACK      TIME        CDDB TITLE(S)
CD Track  1   00:03:13    "blue knife (start G move mix)"
CD Track  2   00:04:44    "2 BAD" (Heat)/"2BAD"
CD Track  3   00:04:03    "Transfome" (Kelly)/"Transform"
CD Track  4   00:03:53    "i luv hamburgers" (Hamm)
CD Track  5   00:04:23    "Uwasa no CAPOEIRA" (Capoeira)/"The Knife of Blue Sky"
CD Track  6   00:04:40    "CHEMICAL LOVE" (Gas-O)
CD Track  7   00:03:54    "Sora to Umi to Niji no Yume" (Frida)/"Dream of Sky, Ocean and
                         Rainbow"
CD Track  8   00:05:20    "FLYIN'TO YOUR SOUL" (Robo-Z)
CD Track  9   00:04:17    "The Natural Playboy" (Hiro)
CD Track 10   00:04:04    "Waratte PON" (Shorty)/"Wonderland"
CD Track 11   00:03:58    "I know" (Pinky)
CD Track 12   00:04:38    "Power" (Strike)
CD Track 13   00:04:31    "Aozoro no Knife (Bust A Move Edit)" (Kitty-N)/"blue knife (Bust
                         A Move Edit)"
CD Track 14   00:06:31    "blue knife dream (ochestra stall mix)"

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7.0  - BUST-A-MOVE 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK LISTING

       If you are considering purchasing the Original Sound Track of Bust-A-Move, here
are two listing as to what Tracks are on it.  The serial number of this CD is AMCM-4432
and the companies are FBIJ/east west.  The total time is:  00:61:16:
       Also, an ! at the end of the TRACK #/CD TRACK states that this Track is one of my
favorite Themes, and a $ at the end of the TRACK #/CD TRACK states that this Track is one
of my sister's favorite Themes.:

IN YOUR CD PLAYER:
TRACK #       TIME        TITLE(S)
Track 01 !$   00:00:36    OPENING THEME "HIGH VOLTAGE (THEME OF BUST A MOVE 2)"
Track 02 !$   00:04:56    HEAT'S THEME "THE HEAT IS ON"
Track 03 !$   00:03:08    STRIKE'S THEME "HERE COMES TROUBLE"
Track 04 !$   00:04:26    SHORTY'S THEME "HIZASHI NO OKU NO HAPPII HAATO"
Track 05 !$   00:02:50    HIRO-KUN'S THEME "LET THE MUSIC TAKE CONTROL (HIRO'S GROOVE)"
Track 06 !$   00:06:28    TSUTOMU'S THEME "GOT TO BE HAPPY"
Track 07 !$   00:04:33    COMET'S THEME "MAGIC TOWER"
Track 08 !$   00:05:26    BI-O'S THEME "ZOMBIE HOPPER"
Track 09  $   00:03:38    KELLY'S THEME "MOON LIGHT PARTY ~CLAP YOUR HANDS"
Track 10 !$   00:04:20    KITTY-N'S THEME "HELLO!  KITTY-N"
Track 11  $   00:05:48    CAPOEIRA'S THEME "ALLEGRETTO BREAK"
Track 12  $   00:07:32    ROBO-Z GOLD'S THEME "ACID LINE"
Track 13 !$   00:04:03    PANDER'S THEME "ENKA 1"
Track 14 !$   00:03:24    ENDING THEME "BUST A GROOVE"

IN YOUR MULTIMEDIA PLAYER:
DISC TITLE: Bust A Move 2 - Dance Tengoku MIX
ARTIST    : Enix
CD TRACK      TIME        CDDB TITLE(S)
CD Track  1   00:00:36    Opening Theme "High Voltage (Theme Of Bust A Move 2)"
CD Track  2   00:04:56    Heat's Theme "The Heat Is On"
CD Track  3   00:03:08    Strike's Theme "Here Comes Trouble"
CD Track  4   00:04:26    Shorty's Theme "Hizashi-no-oku-no Happy Heart"
CD Track  5   00:02:50    Hiro's Theme "Let the Music Take Control (Hiro's Groove)"
CD Track  6   00:06:28    Tsutomu's Theme "Got to Be Happy"
CD Track  7   00:04:33    Comet's Theme "Magic Tower"
CD Track  8   00:05:26    Bi-O's Theme "Zombie Hopper"
CD Track  9   00:03:38    Kelly's Theme "Moon Light Party ~Clap Your Hands"
CD Track 10   00:04:20    Kitty-N's Theme "Hello! Kitty-N"
CD Track 11   00:05:48    Capoeira's Theme "Allegretto Break"
CD Track 12   00:07:32    Robo-Z Gold's Theme "Acid Line"
CD Track 13   00:04:03    Pander's Theme "Enka 1"
CD Track 14   00:03:24    Ending Theme "Bust A Groove"

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8.0  - SUPPOSEDLY BUST-A-GROOVE ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK LISTING

       Supposed that there WAS such a thing as a Bust-A-Groove Original Sound Track!
[Neat, huh?]  So I'm guessing that these would be the Tracks by checking out the CD
itself!  Yeah, it might have the "shortened" versions of the Themes, but it's better than
nothing, right?  ^^
       Also, an ! at the end of the TRACK #/CD TRACK states that this Track is one of my
favorite Themes, and a $ at the end of the TRACK #/CD TRACK states that this Track is one
of my sister's favorite Themes.:

TRACK #       TITLE(S)
Track 01 !    "2BAD"
Track 02      "Power"
Track 03 !    "Sora To Umi To Niji No Yume"
Track 04      "i luv hamburgers"
Track 05      "Transform"
Track 06 !    "SHORTY and the EZ MOUSE"
Track 07 !$   "I know"
Track 08 !$   "Bust A Groove"
Track 09 !$   "The Natural Playboy"
Track 10 !$   "CHEMICAL LOVE"
Track 11      "CAPOEIRA"
Track 12 !$   "FLY'N TO YOUR SOUL"
Track 13  $   "blue knife (start G move mix)"
Track 14 !$   "Waratte PON"
Track 15 !    "Fever Time!"
Track 16  $   "blue knife dream (ochestra stall mix)"

LISTEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Track 17      "2BAD (Instrumental)"
Track 18  $   "Power (Instrumental)"
Track 19      "Sora To Umi To Niji No Yume (Instrumental)"
Track 20 !    "i luv hamburgers (Instrumental)"
Track 21 !    "Transform (Instrumental)"
Track 22 !    "SHORTY and the EZ MOUSE (Instrumental)"
Track 23      "I know (Instrumental)"
Track 24 !$   "aozora no knife (Instrumental)"
Track 25 !    "The Natural Playboy (Instrumental)"
Track 26 !$   "CHEMICAL LOVE (Instrumental)"
Track 27      "CAPOEIRA (Instrumental)"
Track 28  $   "FLY'N TO YOUR SOUL (Instrumental)"

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9.0  - BUST-A-MOVE 3?!?

       You heard me right, BUST-A-MOVE 3, and it's official!!!  If you goto GameFan's
Website at http://www.gamefan.com, check out their listing on the Video Games coming out
for the PlayStation 2, and you will read:  Bust-A-Move 3 from ENIX!  There are so far no
clues as to what characters will be returning in Bust-A-Move 3 nor are there any rumors
on it!  So far, the Japanese Websites I mainly check out such as "Heat Mania" are already
talking about BAM3!  And since I can't translate Japanese, I can't say much about
BAM3!  x_X;;  All we can do is cross our fingers and hope to God they would at least shine
some light onto this newest Rhythm Action Video Game!  ^^  If I happen to find out any new
information on BAM3, I will surely post it up here!  =P

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10.0 - HOW TO GET BUST-A-MOVE 2 TO WORK ON YOUR PS FOR CHEAP!

       The information below is copied from MY Website on BAM2, but with some changes
for this Guide.  So you can't complain that I copied out of anyone!  =P :

       So you bought the Import of Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku MIX?  Good for ya --
you're expecting to see one of the best sequels ever in a Video Game! ^^  But here is the
bad news, you must at least heard about the new country code in BAM2 which makes it
protected against Mod Chips so it won't work on your American PS! =(
       But I have good news!  I figured out a way for you to play BAM2!  You might have
heard from others gettin' BAM2 to work on their American PS, but my story is different!
They have Mod Chips installed and GameSharks to use, and none of them has even dare to use
a Game Enhancer!  But I did!  The information here is going to tell ya how to get BAM2 to
work on your American PS for less than $11.00 - $21.00 without havin' to input a code, buy
a GameShark, or even installing a Mod Chip which will cost you over $60.00 - $70.00!!
Sounds good? Then read on!:
       I heard most of my Bust-A-Move friends told me that they got BAM2 to work on their
American PS by installing a Mod Chip and using their GameShark to input a code which makes
their PS able to play BAM2.  And I thought that I might do the same thing, but I just
remember something!  My sis borrowed an Import of Dragon Ball Final Bout from one of her
friends, and got it to work on our American PS with just using a Game Enhancer and a metal
spring.  It didn't cost my sis' friend much for the Game Enhancer, it was about $19.99 and
it includes a metal spring.  So if I got the Import of Dragon Ball Final Bout to work on
my PS using a Game Enhancer, then I will try to make BAM2 work in the same way!  After
about 30 minutes of my father fixin' my PS, he finally got BAM2 to work on it!  It only
cost us about $11.00!:  $10.00 for a Game Enhancer and a $1.00 for a box of 1000
toothpicks! =P  All we needed to do to get BAM2 to work on our PS is a disc swapping
method which doesn't harm the PS or the discs!  Now that we have our own little secret to
get BAM2 to work on our American PS, I decided that I should let you on in our little
secret, just follow these ten Steps:

       Step 1.) First of all, you must have the Import of Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku
MIX. I bought mines at Chinatown for $59.99 [Expensive I know, but it was well worth
it! =P] So if your local Chinatown doesn't have BAM2, then you might consider from
ordering from any of these Internet companies:

       Buy Rite  at http://www.buyrite1.com
       Game Cave at http://www.gamecave.com
       The Rage  at http://www.therage.com
       TokyoPop  at http://www.tokyopop.com
       Tronix    at http://www.tronixweb.com

       [NOTE: Make sure you got the REAL BAM2!!!  I'm not lyin' about this -- there are
fake ones or burned out ones out there now pretendin' to be the real Game!  x_X;;  The
real BAM2 case is laser lime green, and on the cover is of Shorty and Columbo.  On the
lower-left corner should have the word, "ENIX", on it with their logo above it, and it
should also be sealed in white with a red sticker on it which you can clearly read in
English, "BUST A MOVE 2 DANCE HEAVEN MIX".  Also there should be Katakana characters below
Shorty's knee which states, "Basutoamuubu 2 Dansu Tengoku Mix".  If you can't read
Japanese or the Katakana -- then look for the order number SLPM 86219 around the case.  Or
you can look at the back, and you should see four small screenshots of Heat, Comet,
Tsutomu, Hiro-Kun, Kitty-N, and Shorty.  The CD should also be lime green in color with
the Katakana characters, "Basutoamuubu 2 Dansu Tengoku Mix", in red.  I saw in TokyoPop's
Website that there's another cover of BAM2, but it's red and has Strike on it instead of
Shorty and Columbo!  My sis wants that badly, but she will have to suffice with what we
have! =P  [The only fake or burned out CDs of BAM2 I saw has on the cover and on the back
a colored print-out of Frida and Hiro-Kun with the words, "Bust-A-Groove", above them.
[It's the same as the American cover of Bust-A-Groove!]  On the side of the CD case, it
should state, "Bust-A-Groove 2 (Japanese)".  And if you were to look at the CD's cover,
it is the colored print-out of Frida and Hiro (again)!  The man who was selling that Game
to me told me that it was it's original cover!  o.O;;  There was also no instruction
manual in it, so I asked the man about this.  He replied, "Bust-A-Groove 2 never came with
a manual."  WTF!?!  He tried to sell that to me for $35.00.  (Well, at least it's
cheap!  =P )  And I replied, "No thanks, don't have the money for it!"  =P  You will
usually see the fake BAM2 in cheap farmers' markets.
       [As for burned out copies of BAM2, I heard from one of my sis' friends who burns
out his PlayStation CDs is that there is a difference between a burned out CD and the real
thing.  A burned out CD will usually froze up on ya when you're going through a next
stage or gettin' a high score in a Game.  So it may be kinda unwise to play a burned out
copy of BAM2, but then again -- I heard that if you did burned out BAM2, you can actually
bypass the anti-Mod Chip code!  ^^;;  But don't ask me how, this is what I heard from my
sis' friends.]

       Step 2.) After that, make sure you have an American PlayStation. Can't play PS
games without a PS! ^^;; And it doesn't matter the date of your PS [You can find the date
on the back of your PS], mines is May 1997!
       Step 3.) Buy yourself a Game Enhancer! They're really cheap and I bought mines for
$10.00 at Chinatown!  =P  Other places sell them for about $19.99.  I got BAM2 to work on
my Game Enhancer called Gold Finger version 1.5.  So to ensure you will get BAM2 to work
correctly is to buy Gold Finger v1.5.
       Step 4.) Plug the Game Enhancer you bought intp the PARALLEL I/O port on the top
end of the PS.  It shouldn't be hard to find!  [NOTE: The information you are about to
read is for my Gold Finger v1.5 Game Enhancer!]  Now make sure your Game Enhancer is
complete with a spring.  [When I bought my Game Enhancer, a spring didn't came with
it!  =( ]  If your Game Enhancer does come with a small metal spring, you may proceed to
read Part A. If not, then read Part B:
       Part A: Got the spring included with the Game Enhancer?  THAT'S GREAT!  There
should also be instructions for you to follow, but if there isn't any, don't fret!  All
you have to do is to put one end of the spring over the little button on the upper right
corner of your PS, and the other end goes over the "tooth" above the button of the PS.
Now you can Step 5!
       Part B: So if your Game Enhancer doesn't come with a spring, don't fret!  Do what
my father did to get the PS to work:  All you need is a toothpick!  o_O;;  [It don't
think that it matters if it's a flat-ended toothpick or a sharp-pointed toothpick, my
father used a sharp-pointed one.]  So if you have one around the house, use it!  If not,
go to any cheap dollar stores and buy yourself one! =P  This is what my father did with
the toothpick:  He first break off the tip of the toothpick, it should be about 1 mm in
length.  Now there is a little button to the upper right corner of your PS, so look for
it.  [It shouldn't be hard to find, it's visible.]  Then what you do is to wedge the
toothpick into the upper-right corner of the outer ring of the button.  It may sound
risky, but it won't hurt your PS -- it didn't hurt mines!  =P  [If you don't feel safe as
to do Part B's method, then try to find a small metal spring and do Part A's method.]
Now you can goto Step 5!
       Step 5.) Then insert an American PS game into your PS.  [I usually use my Beyond
The Beyond Video Game because if it gets screwed up in the process -- IT DOESN'T MATTER!
Hated that game anyways!  ^^;; ]  So just to be safe, please use a "scrap" disc such as a
Demo Disc or a Game that you don't like.  Then press POWER on your PS or turn your PS on.
[NOTE:  If you are using a Dual Shock controller, please make sure the ANALOG is off or
there is not bright red light emittin' from it!  If it is, then turn off the ANALOG as
well as your PS (DON'T RESET YOUR PS!).  This is because Gold Finger is not Dual Shock
compatiable!  =P ]
       Step 6.) You should see a blue and gray screen with the words, "GOLD FINGER
VERSION 1.5", above.  Then goto CD - ROM and press O.
       Step 7.) It should state in the middle of the screen, "... WAITING ...".  Then
when you get to the screen in which it looks like you're in a computer directory with the
words, "FILE SELECT", above -- press SELECT.
       Step 8.) You should be on a screen with the words, "MUSIC CD", above.  Then you
swap your American PS Game with the Import of Bust-A-Move 2.  If you don't get what I
mean -- press OPEN on your PS or eject the CD, then replace the American PS Game with
BAM2 and close it.
       Step 9.) Then press X and you should be back to the main screen with the words,
"GOLD FINGER VERSION 1.5", above.
       Step 10.) Goto START GAME and press O.  You should see a gray box in the middle of
the screen with the word, "START".  Wait a while, and when you see a white screen with the
words, "ENIX presents", appears on your screen -- you are FINISHED!  BANZAI!  You got
BAM2 to work without inputtin' a code, using your GameShark, or installing a Mod Chip!  ^^
It's cheap and efficient, and I got it all to work for about $11.00!  =P  [Oh yeah, if you
happen to save your BAM2 data onto a Memory Card, you should first see a black screen with
the words, "LOADING DATA FROM MEMORY CARD", and then see the white screen with the
words, "ENIX presents".]

       Well, that's it for now!  Now it's up to you to play the Game and have fun to your
heart's content!  I did and my sis did -- Hell, even my Mom did!  We all love BAM!  [My
mother prefers Bust-A-Groove -- but I don't blame her.  She loves Kitty-N's Theme "Bust A
Groove" a lot!]  Oh yeah, here are two more Steps.:

       Step 11.) In order to play BAM2 again, repeat Steps 1 through 10.  [Don't worry,
after a while, it'll seems natural to do that!  =P ]
       Step 12.) You can reuse this method to play other Import Games such as Dragon Ball
Final Bout. But to my knowledge, my Gold Finger does not have multiple discs support.  So
I won't advise to try this method to play Import Games with multiple discs such as
Final Fantasy VIII. ^^;;

       What, you don't like my cheap method?!?  >=(  Then read other people's methods at:
       DJ Heat's Bust A Groove/Move Page! at http://members.xoom.com/DJHeat/index.htm
       

       Have any questions? Then e-mail me at enigmaopoeia@hotmail.com!

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11.0 - BUST-A-GOODIES

       If you love Bust-A-Move/Groove, you will certainly love their merchantdises!  I
so far compose this list of all of the goodies that are from Bust-A-Move that I can think
of as well as an URL address where you can acutally see/read them!  If you happen to know
of any BAM goodies, then e-mail me as well as send me some proof. ^^;;  If there is an *
before the merchantdise listed, that means that my sis and I personally own it.  [NOTE:
I won't call Fan Art as a merchantdise, a merchantdise (to me) is something that is on
sale and mainly, Fan Arts won't be on sale!  =P ]

BUST-A-MOVE T-SHIRTS
["Heat Mania" at http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Dice/9230/]
       - Red t-shirt of Strike in the colors of russian blue and peach outlined in white.
       - White t-shirt of Shorty and Columbo in which Shorty and Columbo are in the
         colors of brown, red, sky blue, dark blue, white, and peach.

BUST-A-MOVE/GROOVE GAMES
       - Bust-A-Groove Arcade Game for the Arcades in Wonderpark.
["989 Studios" at http://www.989studios.com]
       - Bust-A-Groove Video Game for the PlayStation.
["ENIX WORLD" at http://www.enix.co.jp]
       - Bust-A-Move Video Game for the PlayStation.
       - *Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku MIX Video Game for the PlayStation.  [Two covers
         known so far:  One of Shorty and Columbo, and one of Strike.  I got the Shorty
         and Columbo cover!  ^^;; ]
["Heat Mania" at http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Dice/9230/]
       - Bust-A-Move 2:  Heat for PocketStation!?!  [enig:  I WANT THAT!; karn:  ME
         TOO!!!]

BUST-A-MOVE/GROOVE AUDIO CDs
       - *Bust-A-Move Original Sound Track by avex trax.
["east west" at http://www.eastwest.co.jp]
       - *Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku MIX Original Soundtrack by east west.

BUST-A-MOVE MANGAS/DOUJINSHIS
["enDOLPHIN" at http://www.fsinet.or.jp/~endol/index.htm]
       - Bust-A-Move Doujinshi focusing on Shorty and Columbo titled "DULL Dream Of The
         SUMMER" by enDOLHIN.
["Heat Mania" at http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Dice/9230/]
       - Official Bust-A-Move 4-Koma Manga.
["The Mystery Gamer" at http://www19.cds.ne.jp/~n-gamer/]
       - Bust-A-Move Doujinshi focusing on HeatxStrike titled "heaRt" by Kyosuke Asami.
       - Bust-A-Move Doujinshi focusing on HeatxStrike titled "Heat Exhaustion" by
         Kyosuke Asami.
       - Bust-A-Move Doujinshi focusing on HeatxStrike titled "My Fire" by Kyosuke Asami.
       - Bust-A-Move Doujinshi focusing on HeatxStrike titled "Fire Cracker" by Kyosuke
         Asami.

BUSTIN' A MOVE!
[B-Boy at http://www.b-boy.com]
       - Free typed-up lessons as well as diagrams [some animated] as how to do Heat's
         BAM2 dancing called Breaking.
[989 Studios at http://www.989studios.com]
       - Instuctions on how to bust a move called "The Lusty Shopper".  [It's a stupid,
         but effective dance move!  =P ]

MISCELLANEOUS GOODIES
["Heat Mania" at http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Dice/9230/
and "James' Homepage" at http://www.escape.ca/~jrattai/]
       - Bust-A-Move Poster featuring Heat.
       - Bust-A-Move Keychains featuring Heat and Frida.
[Flys at http://www.flys.com]
       - Strike's shades called Med Flys.

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12.0 - DISCLAIMER AND CREDITS:

LEGAL STUFF AND WHATNOT:
       This Guide [filename:  bamgdyn.txt] may not be altered or published in any way or
form, and to be called your own.  This Guide is copyrighted by me, enigmaopoeia.  This
Guide is strictly only for public viewing and should not be used for profit.
       If you have any comments, flames, praises, questions, or suggestions to this
Guide, please feel free to e-mail me at enigmaopoeia@hotmail.com!
       [This Guide is strictly for entertainment purposes only!]

DISCLAIMERS:
       The "Did You Notice? When You're Bustin' Moves With The Groove Guide" was created
by enigmaopoeia.  All Rights Reserved.  enigmaopoeia, Lilith Donovan Cross, and
"lolliPOP!" are copyrighted by Lilith Donovan Cross at enigmaopoeia@hotmail.com.  Karniz
Archada and "Nya-Nee-Nae! Enter the Stage!" are copyrighted by Karniz Archada at
karniz_archada@hotmail.com.
       Bust-A-Move: Dance & Rhythm Action, Bust-A-Move 2: Dance Tengoku MIX, and
characters Avex Trax, east west, Enix, FBIJ, Frame Graphics, METRO, and Warner Music.
All rights reserved.

THANKS TO:
       First of all, thanks to all of the companies that made Bust-A-Move happen!  This
is one of my favorite Video Games of all times!  ^^;;  Thanks to NAMCO and ATLUS for
releasing Bust-A-Groove to the arcades, too bad I never saw the arcade at Wonderpark.  =(
And thanks to 989 Studios for at least releasing Bust-A-Groove -- even though you have to
censor it for the American audience, but at least you brought this great game to the
U.S.!  =P  And also I would love to thank both avex trax and east west for composing the
most wonderful Themes I've ever heard!  =P  And I will personally like to thank Hideyuki
Tanaka for being one of the hardest working Artists out there in this World!  I admire
you!  Hopefully Bust-A-Move will never die!
       I would also like to thank my sis, Karn, for being there for me to help me out
with Bust-A-Groove and Bust-A-Move 2:  Dance Tengoku MIX [Especially with opening up the
secret characters and seeing all of the endings] and pointing out stuff I didn't notice,
epecially those of Strike's and Tsutomu's.  You're a good opponent, and you rock!  You and
Strike forever!  =P  [My sis has got to be the biggest Strike fan I've ever known!  Hell,
she even has a Shrine to him!  o_O;; ]
       Thanks to all of the people who are reading this Guide whether they like it or
not, yes -- that even means you!  =P  BIG thanks to Games Domain since they posted my Guide,
and thanks to all those whom I forgot to mention!  [Gomen ne!  ^^;; ]

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13.0 - LINKS:

THE OFFICIAL WEBSITES:
989 Studios                      http://www.989studios.com
ATLUS                            http://www.atlus.co.jp
Black Bottom Brass Band          http://www.trw.co.jp/bbbb/
east west                        http://www.eastwest.co.jp
ENIX World                       http://www.enix.co.jp
NAMCO                            http://www.namco.co.jp

UPDATES OF THIS GUIDE AS WELL AS OTHER GUIDES I DID CAN BE FOUND IN:
lolliPOP!                        http://pluto.spaceports.com/~enigma
GamesDomain    http://www.gamesdomain.co.uk/    

MY OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
lolliPOP!                        http://pluto.spaceports.com/~enigma

MY SISTER'S OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
Nya-Nee-Nae! Enter the Stage!    http://pluto.spaceports.com/~nnnets

LET'S CHAT ABOUT BUST-A-MOVE/GROOVE!
Unofficial Bust A Move Board     http://www.insidetheweb.com/messageboard/mbs.cgi/mb96049
[NOTE:  I have to put up this Link because you can get to talk to other Bust-A-Movers and
Groovers out there in the Internet World, I'm a regular there known as enigmaopoeia if
ya can't tell!  =P ]

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14.0 - CHECK THIS OUT!:

       Please check out my other Works!:


In lolliPOP! at http://pluto.spaceports.com/~enigma:
- "DID YOU NOTICE? WHEN YOU'RE BUSTIN' MOVES WITH THE GROOVE GUIDE"
- "THE KARTIA CODE"
- "LUNAR:  SILVER STAR STORY COMPLETE - DID YOU NOTICE? GUIDE"
- "XENOGEARS STRATEGY GUIDE:  PARTY VERSUS ORBS, DEUS, AND UROBOLUS"

In RPGamer at http://www.rpgamer.com:
- "XENOGEARS STRATEGY GUIDE:  PARTY VERSUS ORBS, DEUS, AND UROBOLUS"



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