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What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 1st, '17, 03:17
by JeffreySoftbark

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 1st, '17, 13:34
by sethreed
I don't think most of people here like ParaPara at all.

I love it, so my favorite it's Terminator / Overload.


youtu.be/7yzE_UN3suo

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 1st, '17, 17:12
by JeffreySoftbark
sethreed wrote:
Sep 1st, '17, 13:34
I don't think most of people here like ParaPara at all.

I love it, so my favorite it's Terminator / Overload.


youtu.be/7yzE_UN3suo
Yeah I thought that too since the para para forum hasn't been updated in a while :D

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 2nd, '17, 01:39
by Wataru Akiyama

youtu.be/qE1iQ9SurGE

They look like they're doing the "wave-off" signal on an aircraft carrier when it's too dangerous for a plane to land, which is very fitting.


youtu.be/59Xe-y-KmQo


youtu.be/FUH6g-LvdKg


youtu.be/ekCJMb1qRzA

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 3rd, '17, 18:24
by Kat

youtu.be/MWUUdAviCNU

The real Gyaru's.
and the full DVD


youtu.be/SQygbYE-PHE

Posted: Sep 4th, '17, 20:11
by xiao
  

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 10th, '17, 02:15
by JeffreySoftbark

Posted: Sep 11th, '17, 08:37
by xiao
  

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 11th, '17, 20:47
by M2-EB
Can't pick just one… :(
I love most dances from Parapara Panic! series and Parapara Max and choreographies by club 9LoveJ.
Really enjoy most old dances (early 90s) because they're easy and fun <3 And anything Hi-Nrg Attack tbh

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 12th, '17, 15:52
by Crockett
sethreed wrote:
Sep 1st, '17, 13:34
I don't think most of people here like ParaPara at all.
Actually you're wrong.

I don't think it's weird, stupid at all.

But this must a decoration of Eurobeat.

When somebody tells me Eurobeat = ParaPara or that fans are artists for themselves, I'm starting to consider if they are more obsessed foreign culture and took to their country wrong interpreted club addition.

Let's take a look at the link below. It's interesting, prepared seriously, uniform clothes, nice place. In Japan at least in old footage dancers were elegant, because they were doing this public.

I'm not convinced since in hundreds videos on YouTube recorded by private users, people dance dressed in socks, shorts in a personal room or kitchen and would like to make an artistic impression...

Is that ParaPara culture origins from Japan or trying to imitate Japanese with average result ?

My point of view.


youtu.be/NKJ3qMUwxIM

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 12th, '17, 16:40
by sethreed
Crockett wrote:
Sep 12th, '17, 15:52
I'm not convinced since in hundreds videos on YouTube recorded by private users, people dance dressed in socks, shorts in a personal room or kitchen and would like to make an artistic impression...

Is that ParaPara culture origins from Japan or trying to imitate Japanese with average result ?
People record videos in personal rooms/using casual clothes to other dancers to learn or friends/circle to see, just like japanese dancers do. Isn't always to promote eurobeat or the dance to "non-dancers".

Just search for the SuperPara old videos, Renegade, PPChile, or something more recent. TechPara International?

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Sep 20th, '17, 04:12
by Tiger
HEART ATTACK / LOLITA
NIGHT OF FIRE / NIKO
MACHO MAN / LOLITA
NEVER MIND / MICKEY B.
MAKE YOUR MOVE / VAN TK AND KIKI & FANCY
UP & DANCE, UP & GO / LOU MASTER

probably a lot of others

Posted: Sep 20th, '17, 06:07
by xiao
  

Re: What Are Your Favorite Para Para Routines

Posted: Oct 1st, '17, 03:06
by JeffreySoftbark
Learned this one recently

Posted: Oct 1st, '17, 20:42
by xiao