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"Hit The Road Jack" by Ray Charles (covered in-game by Pete Peterkin, Amy Keys, and Jane Child, who are credited as Charles Percy in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2016, Just Dance Now, and Just Dance Unlimited.
A Line Dance Version is also available on Just Dance 2016, Just Dance Unlimited, and Just Dance Now.
Appearance of the Dancers
The coaches are a man and a woman dressed in nineteenth century fashion. They have a glowing light grey outline that fades around their feet, as well as a frame drop effect that makes the routine look like a nineteenth century film.
P1 is a chubby man with black, parted hair, black mustache, and round glasses with a beige frame. He is wearing a beige 1880s style jumpsuit pajamas with a brown shirt underneath, complete with a black bow tie. He also wears a pair of dark fuchsia boots. At the beginning of the routine, he wears a fuchsia bowler hat that he throws away before the first chorus starts.
P2 is a woman with black hair in a braid. She is wearing an 1880s style night gown with a fuchsia-reddish corset, a light brown bra with light brown shoulder ties, and a brown frilly skirt, along with a fingerless glove, dark fuchsia socks, and light brown heeled boots. At the beginning of the routine, she also wears a rose-greyish cardigan while keeping her shoulders bare. As soon as the song starts, she throws it away.
Firstly, the title "Hit The Road Jack" appears in the style of a silent film. The routine takes place within a bedroom that is in a sepia-tone with static effects, similar to an old television set. Then, "The End" shows up. The whole routine is in a lower frame rate to give the feeling of an old film.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves:
- P1: Lift your right leg and lift both arms as if to be attacked.
- P2: Make a semicircle with both arms as if to say "Stop!"
Hit The Road Jack is featured in the following Dance Quests:
Hit The Road Jack is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance Now
- The Best of ’60s & ’70s!
- All Songs F-J
- At a total duration of only 2:04, Hit The Road Jack is the shortest song in Just Dance 2016.
- Hit The Road Jack is the only song on Just Dance 2016 to be released in the 20th century and have an alternate routine.
- The credited artist’s name, Charles Percy, is a pseudonym that combines, respectively, the last and first names of Ray Charles and Percy Mayfield, the original song’s singer and writer.
- Hit The Road Jack has the lowest amount of pictograms in Just Dance 2016: 62 (18 unique).
- Hit The Road Jack is the only routine in the Just Dance series to have a frame rate lower than 30 FPS.
- Hit The Road Jack is the first routine in the series whose Gold Move pictogram has a beige outline.
- In the menu assets, P2’s glove is brown instead of magenta.
Behind the Scenes
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