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"Jungle Drum" by Emilíana Torrini was planned to be featured on Just Dance 3 but it was taken out of the game for unknown reasons. It can be found in the Wii shop servers of Just Dance 3, suggesting the song was going to be a downloadable track for that game.
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman wearing a green leaf dress with a sky blue glove. She also has a sky blue flower in her hair with dark blue hair as well. She is barefoot.
The background was going to be set in a dark pinkish-red jungle with blue vines, light blue grass and light purple leaves.
Jungle Drum is featured in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves.
- Dancing Leaf
- Falling Leaf
- Rolling Leaf
- If Jungle Drum had been kept in Just Dance 3, it would have been the fiftieth song in the main track list, and Just Dance 3 would be the first game in the series with fifty songs (including exclusives).
- At a length of 2:13, Jungle Drum would have been the shortest song in Just Dance 3.
- Jungle Drum appears in the Puppet Master Modes for Super Bass, So What, Mas Que Nada, Never Gonna Give You Up, Ain't No Other Man and Love You Like A Love Song.
- The dancer was used as a placeholder downloadable track for Brand New Start alongside Alright in the section in the Wii U game manual for Just Dance 4 that provided instructions on downloading tracks.
Official Music Video
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