The dancer is a black robot with colored lines on its body. The lines light up in neon colors at points. Its background dancers are clones of it and they also light up, but in a dimmer tone. He has a rainbow outline at some parts and wears a bow tie.
The background is very 3D advanced, with neon 3D effects such as multiple clones of the dancer in the background. A computer simulated "portal" also appears at some parts of the song. Later in the routine, a rainbow trail-way turns multiple directions, depending on the robot's movements. Soon after, a neon black-light galaxy-like kaleidoscope turns clockwise and heads outwards. Whenever the robot performs his gold move, a white X appears.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same:
Rock n’ Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain) appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves.
Rest A Little
Shoot The Light
Appearance in Playlists
Rock n’ Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain) is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
Easy Peasy Party
Hall Of Fame
All Songs K-R
Just Dance 2019
Just Dance Unlimited
Easy Peasy Party
Hall Of Fame
Rock n’ Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain) is the first song by Skrillex in the series.
"And f**k you", "eat s**t and f***in-" and "God" are censored.
The clean version of this song is used, replacing "We came to rape you" with "Singin’ with you".
This is the first song with the title Rock N Roll. Another song (by Avril Lavigne) on Just Dance 2014 also has a similar title. The only difference is that this title contains the subtitle "(Will Take You to the Mountain)".
If one notices the codenames of these two songs, this song's code name is "RockNRoll" and Avril Lavigne's song's code name is "RockNRollDLC".
If not for its shortened title, Kurio ko uddah le jana would have been the second longest with 42 characters (including punctuation marks and spaces), 33 letters and 9 words in total. In the entire series, it is third to Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious in terms of letters. The latter has 34 letters, beating this song by one letter.
About thirty seconds from the end of the song have been shaved from the final gameplay in all routines.
At the end of the Classic routine, after the final Gold Move, the dancer is paused and does not show any movement. However, at the end of the Mashup and Puppet Master Mode of the same song, the dancer is shown breathing while exhausted from the dancing.
This is the first routine in the game where its background remains completely black for a period of time. It is followed by the Extreme Version of Scream & Shout.
The background was going to be different.
In Super Bass’s Puppet Master Mode, the pictograms for this song have green arrows instead of the original yellow arrows.
Plus, in other Puppet Master Modes, the second beta pictogram from the Just Dance Now files appears.