Frozen Pipes

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Frozen Pipes
Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix
Origin Old Folks at Home
Stage 4-1
Length 1:31
BPM 136
Note count 116 116 143 173 240
Music sample

"Frozen Pipes" is a playable song in Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix. It is an arrangement of "Old Folks at Home" by Stephen Foster. This song would later appear as one of Mona's records in WarioWare: D.I.Y.

The song appears as stage 4-1 of Story Mode, Underground Tunnel. Unable to fly the SS Brass to the summit of World 4 due to a heavy blizzard and unable to climb up the slippery path, Mario (or Luigi) and Toad take a Warp Pipe and travel through an underground passage.

The background of the song features the player character dancing on a pillar of ice in a tall snowy cave. Mr. Blizzards and penguins dance in the background. At certain points, the ice pillar shakes and rises, until eventually, at the end of the song, it is tall enough for Toad and the player character to jump out of a hole in the cave's ceiling.

This song's gimmick in Mush Mode is a type of Cheep Cheep unique to "Frozen Pipes." These Cheep Cheeps jump from the background and knock into arrows, moving them into another column and rotating them to match. They cannot be stepped on. Spinies also appear.

Story Mode text[edit]

Dance to make it through this frigid tunnel!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 気分はハイ・ホー
Kibun wa Hai Hoo
A heigh-ho kind of feeling

French Tuyaux glacés
Frozen Pipes
German Heiß aus Eis
Hot from the Ice
Italian Condotti gelati
Frozen pipes
Spanish Banjo glacial
Icy/Freezing banjo