"Marcia Baila" by Les Rita Mitsouko is featured on the PAL version of Just Dance 3 for the Wii and PS3. On the Xbox 360, it is featured on both versions as an unlockable track, and it is unlocked on the player’s song list if the region code of the console is PAL or NTSC-J.
- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Appearances in Playlists
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 Videos
- 10 References
- 11 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman with tall red and black coiffure. She also wears a tango dress, composed of a black shirt with one sleeve long and the other short and red decorations, and a violet skirt with a red patch in the middle with white spots on the patch. Finally, she has big cyan and purple tear drop-shaped earrings, and cyan high-heels. In the remake, the dancer stays exactly the same, except more realistic.
Just Dance 3 (Wii/PS3)
The routine takes place within a town view during nighttime. Three red fans, which open and close at certain points, can be seen, and many stylized skyscrapers can be seen in the background. The coach is reflected in the black floor. On the top left, a full moon pulses along with the beat. Throughout the song, the lights on the buildings constantly fade out and in; when the coach whips her right arm in an infinite sign, they pulse. When she jumps, the screen shakes.
In the chorus, the scenery changes from nighttime to sunrise, with the sun rising and the sky turning orange, and the lights on the skyscrapers turning off.
Just Dance 3 (Xbox 360)
On the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, the sun appears completely instead of being shown on the rising during the chorus, there are ladybug designs on the fans and there are more skyscraper buildings, with two of them near the coach. Also, the screen does not shake when she jumps.
In the remake, the background fades in slowly before the song starts. The moon, the sun, and the buildings are no longer animated, and the coach's outline is not reflected on the floor. Much like the Xbox 360 version, the screen does not shake when she jumps. In the end, the screen fades back to black.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 3: Raise both of your arms and shake the fingers while facing the right.
Gold Move 2: Shake both of your arms as if you say "Why?".
Marcia Baila is featured in the following Mashups:
Marcia Baila appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Angry Twist
- Beware Of The Bull
- Spanish Groove
- Spanish Sway
- Spanish Waves
- Spanish Whip
- Whip Your Wig
Marcia Baila appears in the following playlists:
Just Dance 3
- Marcia Baila is the first French song in the series.
- The version used in-game is 90 seconds shorter than the original track.
- In the lyrics on the Wii and PS3 versions, all accented characters in words are missing their accents. The accented versions of the characters appear in the lyrics on the Xbox 360 version, however.
- Many of the YouTube videos that show the full gameplay of Marcia Baila in resolution from 480p onwards were not available to watch in North America due to copyright.
- However, the copyright blocks were lifted from late April to early May of 2015.
- Along with Satellite, Marcia Baila is the first PAL exclusive in the series.
- Marcia Baila is one of the few songs to not feature any Shout-Out Lines in the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3.
- The fans are closed in the menu icon for Just Dance 3; in the remake, instead, they are open.
- In the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, Marcia Baila and Satellite are region-locked based on the region of the specific Xbox 360 console rather than the copy of the game the way the Wii and PS3 versions have it. The NTSC and PAL copies have the same files, including both songs, and they, along with Airplanes and Only Girl (In The World) (which are unlocked with a Target version code in the NTSC version), are unlocked automatically when the game detects the PAL or NTSC-J region code of the console’s motherboard on start-up, resulting in an exclamation mark on the menu when it has yet to be played.
- As unlockable tracks (i.e., those exclusive to special editions and the PAL region, mojo unlockables, and Ubisoft Club unlockables) are stored in the Gamertag profile rather than the save file in this game and both PAL exclusives are considered unlockable tracks in the Xbox 360 version, it is possible to play both songs on an NTSC Xbox 360 using the NTSC copy of the game if the player unlocks both Marcia Baila and Satellite on a PAL or NTSC-J console and transfers their profile to an NTSC-U console via Xbox Live’s Download Profile option or a USB-connected storage device.
- The background makes an appearance in Rock Lobster.
- In Disturbia’s Puppet Master Mode, a Beta pictogram is used to replace Gold Move 2.
Official Music Video
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