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Song Information

DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX)'s Dance Maniax jacket.
DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX)'s DanceDanceRevolution banner.

Artist: NAOKI
Composition: Naoki Maeda
Arrangement: B4 ZA BEAT
Lyrics: Terry & Argie
BPM: 170
Length: 1:29
First Music Game Appearance: Dance Maniax
Other Music Game Appearances:


Come on everybody!
And get on the floor, yeah

Techno, rave
It's time to make a stand
N pave the way
Some might say
Let it go,
Stay with the flow
Stay on beat,
Move your feet
On concrete
Or on the dance floor
If you want more
Then I'll give you more
If it's too hard core
Let me know
I stop the show
Then bring it back
To be exact
At 12 o'clock
Rock the spot
It's too damn hot
They told me so
It's on the down low
Use your inner glow
To make a move
Show n prove
The man with the lisp
Sounds so crisp
When you see me on TV
On the radio
Here me blow

I don't wanna give up
We're gonna have a party
Have a really great time
Yeah Yeah!
Just feel the beat
Listen to the music
and feel that beat

Jump jump
Do your thing
This be the bomb
Try to sing
Narrator king
Spread your wings
Make your head ring to this song
All night long
Jack your body
To this party
Feel the pain
When you strain
Don't refrain
Please don't stop until you drop

I don't wanna give up
We're gonna have a party
Have a really great time
Yeah Yeah!
Just feel the beat
Listen to the music
and feel that beat

Song Connections / Remixes


  • In the original Dance Maniax, DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX)'s title is shown as DYNAMITE RAVE (B4ZA BEAT MIX).
  • In DDRMAX2 -DanceDanceRevolution 7thMIX-, DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX) used DYNAMITE RAVE's banner and background, and its title was displayed as the latter's title.
  • DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX) was one of the only two CHALLENGE MODE-only charts in DDRMAX2 that was from another BEMANI series, along with HYSTERIA 2001, which first debuted in beatmania 6thMIX THE UK UNDERGROUND MUSIC.
    • Despite originating in Dance Maniax, DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX) was not moved to the Dance Maniax folder in DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME. Instead, it appears in the DDRMAX2 folder.
  • DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX) received a unique video in DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME2. This video was carried to the arcade releases in DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA and eliminates any on-screen dancers.
  • An unused Single BEGINNER chart for DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX) can be found in the DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA data.
  • DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX)'s charts were slightly modified in DanceDanceRevolution X, fixing their minor quantization issues.
  • Despite appearing in the Asian releases of DanceDanceRevolution X, DYNAMITE RAVE(B4 ZA BEAT MIX) was removed from the American/European versions of the game.

Song Production Information


As suggested by the title, this is an irresistible number for dance fans, which condenses the charm of rave songs. The catchy sound of the original is retained here, but arranged to be more speedy and danceable. This majestic rave song is made even more exciting by the very intense female vocals and cool rap. Everyone should get high from the nonstop barrage of flooding sounds. If you dance to this song, please do it with the dynamic steps of a dancer!
(from "Dancemania SPEED BEST 2001")

Dance Maniax

To those who say "ParaPara means Eurobeat after all", I'd like to strongly recommend this song to you. The original version received a favorable reception in DanceDanceRevolution 3rdMIX as a "danceable song", but it was revived here as a speedy and even more danceable number. Its rave spirit keeps shaking with a high-tension sound, powerful female vocals, and smooth MC. With a dynamic choreography which isn't overpowered by the song, let's rave with a dancer feeling!
(from "Dancemania SPEED 4")

CS Information Data

DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME2

The original "DYNAMITE RAVE" debuted on DanceDanceRevolution and quickly became a definitive song of the game. The new "B4 ZA BEAT MIX" heats things up with a faster tempo and some tricky dance steps. The steps are actually a bit easier overall compared to the original song, but the increased speed of the song and some carefully placed dance steps may throw you off, so watch your timing!

Difficulty & Notecounts

DanceDanceRevolution difficulty from 1 to 10 from DDRMAX2 to SuperNOVA2, and 1 to 20 from X onwards.
Dance Maniax difficulty rated from 1 to 8 in the first game, and up to 9 in 2ndMIX onwards. (Ratings and notecounts obtained from BEMANIWiki 2nd.)


Game Single Double
Beginner Basic Difficult Expert Challenge Basic Difficult Expert Challenge
Notecounts / Freeze Arrows / Shock Arrows 99 / 0 - / - - / - - / - 293 / 5 / 0 - / - - / - - / - 280 / 8 / 0
DDRMAX2→DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME - - - - 7 - - - 8
DanceDanceRevolution SuperNOVA→SuperNOVA2 ⁑N/A - - - 7 - - - 8
DanceDanceRevolution X (Asia) - - - - 10 - - - 10
DDRMAX2 CS JP - - - - 7 - - - 8
DanceDanceRevolution EXTREME2 - - - - 7 - - - 8

⁑ Denotes chart is unused and cannot be accessed through normal gameplay.

Dance Maniax

Game Single Double
Mild Wild Mild Wild
Notecounts 264 428 297 427
Dance Maniax→2ndMIX append JPARADISE 6 8 7 8