"Gargamel" by Tom Zehnder and Mike Eagle is featured on The Smurfs Dance Party.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is the character Gargamel from The Smurfs. He has black hair on the sides of his head. His eyebrows are black and very visible. His black dark robe is worn and patched, and his teeth are rotten. He wears dark red boots as well.
The background appears to be Gargamel's house. The house is made of stone. There is a window near the center, and several shelves filled with various items. There is also a table that holds various items.
There are 8 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7: Move your right arm forward.
Gold Move 8: Raise your hands up.
Gargamel is one of the songs in the game that can be played in different languages by switching the game language. This is how it is called in the available languages, as well the singer.
Gargamel appears in the following playlists:
- Gargamel Collection
- Gargamel is the fourth song by Tom Zehnder in the franchise.
- It is also the first song by Mike Eagle in the franchise.
- Originally, the dancer was supposed to have a green outline, as seen in a beta extraction found in the game files.
- Gargamel is one of three songs on The Smurfs Dance Party where a live dancer is recorded instead of animated dancers; the other two are Blame It on the Boogie and Who Let the Smurfs Out?.
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