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Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix Club Versions - Home Versions
... Later in 1999, Dance Dance Revolution 2ndReMix Append Club Version Vol.1 and Dance Dance Revolution 2ndReMix Append Club Version Vol.2 were released in Japan for the PlayStation ... Each of these has about half the songs from the arcade Club Version 2 ... On April 27, 2000, Konami released Dance Dance Revolution Club Version Dreamcast Edition for the Sega Dreamcast ...
List Of Konami Games - Arcade - 1990-1999
... Net Soccer Wave Shark Winding Heat GTI Club Balloon Penta Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game 1997 Battle Vision Beatmania Fighting Bujutsu Wu-Shu Hang Pilot Operation Thunder ...
Craig Charles - Filmography and Credits
... A Seasonal Complaint", "The Occasional Guinness Drinker" 1986 Club Mix Resident poet Channel 4, entertainment-based successor to Black on Black 1986 Red Wedge Himself Stand ... voice) Animated feature film, English language version 1994 The Word Himself - interviewee Channel 4, late night magazine show 1994 Red Dwarf Smeg Ups Dave Lister Video release (archive footage) 1994 Big ... Series 10, episode 7, 8 December 1995 Just a Minute Himself - contestant TV version of radio panel game, aired 21 July 1995 The Bill Martin Bailey ITV ...

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