Appearance of the DancerThe dancer is a man with long aqua blue hair. He wears a light blue singlet, blue ripped jeans, and aqua shoes. He also has bracelets on both of his wrists.
In the remake, the man has a bright light blue outline.
The background is a red forest with black trees silhouettes. In Just Dance 3, black falling leaves and blue smoke coming from the ground had been added.
There are 4 Shake Moves in the Just Dance routine:
Shake Move 1: Shake your arms in the air like you are playing the cymbals of a battery. This the first move in the routine.
Shake Moves 2, 3, and 4: After the first two verses and choruses of the song, wildly shake your right arm, like you're playing a guitar in the guitar solo.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Just Dance 3 remake. These Gold Moves carry onto the track's future appearances:
Gold Move 1: Throw your arms out.
Gold Move 2: Perform a "smash guitar" by hold both hands together and throw them quickly to the floor.
Gold Move 3: Throw your arms out while leaning forward. This is the final move of the routine.
Louie Louie appears in the following Mashups:
- Louie Louie itself is not the original, it is a cover of an older version by Richard Berry.
- This makes Louie Louie the first song in the Just Dance series to be covered by someone who does not work for Ubisoft.
- The dancer resembles both Kurt Cobain and a young Iggy Pop.
- Louie Louie and Who Let the Dogs Out? are the only routines to have shake moves that are different than each other.
- There is a glitch in the Just Dance version; at the end, the dancer reappears in the start position for a while, but it immediately gets covered by the scoring display.
- The song has the closest appearance of a Shake Move in the whole game (just 10 seconds after the start).
- In Just Dance, the line "I think about the meaning of my life again" is split up as "I think about/The meaning of my life again ". But in Just Dance 3, it is split up as "I think about the meaning/Of my life again".
- The dancer appears in Video Killed the Radio Star.
- In the Just Dance 3 version, the intro (which contains a male voice saying "And now, the news") is covered by a buzzing sound. This buzzing sound is removed in the Just Dance Now version.
- The pictogram for Shake Moves 2, 3, and 4 is near identical to the pictogram for Lump’s Shake Move, in both shape and color.
- In Just Dance 3, Gold Move 3 is not counted.
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