Blue Monday

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Blue Monday

Song Information

Blue Monday's banner.

Artist: wg
Composition: New Order
Arrangement: WaveGroup
Lyrics: Stephen Paul David Morris, Peter Hook, Bernard Summer & Gillian Lesley Gilbert
Original Artist: New Order
Album: Blue Monday (1983)
BPM: 131
Length: 1:41
First Music Game Appearance: DanceDanceRevolution HOTTEST PARTY
Other Music Game Appearances: None.


I see a ship in the harbor
I can and shall obey
But if it wasn't for your misfortunes
I'd be a heavenly person today

And I thought I was mistaken
And I thought I heard you speak
Tell me how do I feel?
Tell me now, how should I feel?

Song Connections / Remixes

  • Blue Monday is a dance cover of the song of the same title by New Order.
  • The full version of Blue Monday, titled Blue Monday (Full Version), can be found on the DanceDanceRevolution HOTTEST PARTY Original Soundtrack album.


  • Blue Monday is New Order's fifth single.
  • Blue Monday uses the Foot Destructor gimmick.
  • Early chart data for Blue Monday can be found unused within the data of the American release of DanceDanceRevolution HOTTEST PARTY. However, the only different chart is BEGINNER, which completely lacks gimmicks.
  • According to Jason Enos, Blue Monday is his favorite DanceDanceRevolution HOTTEST PARTY song [1].

Song Production Information


Difficulty & Notecounts

DanceDanceRevolution difficulty rated from 1 to 10 from DDRMAX2 to SuperNOVA2.

Game Single Double
Beginner Basic Difficult Expert Challenge Basic Difficult Expert Challenge
Notecounts / Freeze Arrows / Shock Arrows 30 / 0 75 / 6 130 / 22 247 / 12 - / - / - - / - - / - - / - - / - / -
DanceDanceRevolution / Dancing Stage HOTTEST PARTY 1 3 5 7 - - - - -