Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer resembles P4 of the classic routine. He is a man dressed up as a cowboy. He wears a black cowboy hat, a pair of black sunglasses, a red shirt with a black tie which is partially covered by a golden vest, black pants, and red shoes.
- Main article: Wild Wild West#Background
There are 5 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put your right hand on your head and move it slightly down, as if you were adjusting your hat.
Gold Move 2: Put both of your fists on your chest from below.
Gold Move 3: Punch the ground with your right arm while facing the left.
Gold Move 4: Punch and raise your arms while facing the right, as you were shooting a gun.
Gold Move 5: Raise your right arm, put your left arm on your thighs and look down.
Wild Wild West (Extreme) appears in the following Mashups:
- Blame It on the Boogie
- Could You Be Loved
Istanbul (Not Constantinople) Kiss Kiss(Cowboy)
- Mas Que Nada
- Miss Understood
- Never Gonna Give You Up
- Prince Ali
- Rich Girl
- Run the Show
- Wild Wild West
Wild Wild West (Extreme) appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves:
- Duflaw Snap
- Outlaw Hitch
- Texas Jig
- Western Snap
- Main article: Wild Wild West#General
- Wild Wild West (Extreme and What Makes You Beautiful (Extreme) are the only Extreme routines in Just Dance 4 to not use the Extreme background of the game.
- After What Makes You Beautiful, this is the second Extreme routine in Just Dance 4 to have the Classic routine’s background.
- The coach is the most frequently appearing coach in Just Dance 4 Mashups.
- The pictogram for Gold Move 1 has much thicker glow than the others.
- The coach is a different color scheme and striking resemblance to Player 4 of the Classic routine, even though Player 2 of the classic routine and the extreme routine's coach use the same coach, Yoni Jayl.
- In the albumcoach, the coach is reversed, resulting in the glove being on the left hand.
- In the Mashup of Never Gonna Give You Up, the pictograms are purple with aqua arrows instead of red with cobalt arrows.
- The coach’s hair is blonde in his pose in Puppet Master Mode, even though, in the actual routine, he has black hair.
- In Miss Understood (Mashup), Gold Move 1 is not signaled through the Gold Move effect or its pictogram. It is counted as a normal move for all consoles with the exception of the Wii, which counts it as a Gold Move even though it is represented by a normal pictogram.
- The coach appears in the background of Uptown Funk.
- Gold Move 3 of the classic routine is the same as Gold Move 4 of this routine.
- https://youtu.be/PFgGtFvb8Qo?t=10m19s (better source needed)
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