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Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a man wearing hip hop styled clothes. He is wearing a yellow and lime green track jacket, a yellow necklace, green baggy pants, and green sneakers. He also has lime green flat top hair, and green sunglasses. In the remake, he is greener and darker.
The base of the background is a greenish blue, with some green and blue diagonal lines. Various purple electrical waves are sparking.
In the remake, the walls are blue and there are some light blue lines that follow the beat of the song and appear at the start.
Pump Up the Jam appears in the following Mashups:
Pump Up the Jam appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Pec Push
- Gangsta Snap
- Push Pineapple
- Rip It Off
- Tough Guy Walk
- The shortened version of the song is used in game.
- Anything sung after the final "I want..." is not shown in the lyrics.
- The second time "While your feet are/Stompin’" is sung, the lyrics show it as "While your fee are/Stompin’".
- In the lyrics, the line “Get your booty on the floor tonight” is misinterpreted as “Get your body on the floor tonight”.
- Pump Up the Jam is the only routine in the entire series to only use a gradient for the dancer’s colors.
- The dancer appears on the back and front cover on the PAL version of Just Dance. He appears on a lot of the promotional posters for the game as well.
- The routine from this song was used in the game trailer.
- The Beta coach was much brighter than his finalized appearance.
- The menu square uses this Beta element.
- In the Just Dance files, there is an early version of the menu icon, where the background is replaced by a horizontal purple gradient.
- In addition, the coach’s color scheme is closer to his actual one, and his body is surrounded by a red outline.
- In the Beta version seen at PAX 2009, the background had no animations.
- As opposed to Girls & Boys, Jerk It Out and Le Freak, Pump Up the Jam’s pictograms were not used as placeholders in the Just Dance Now files.
Official Music Video
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