Pipe Pop

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Pipe Pop
Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix
Origin Turkish March
Stage 1-2 EX
Length 1:37
BPM 125
Note count 49 59 145 186 260
Music sample

"Pipe Pop" is a playable song in Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix. It is an arrangement of the third movement of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 11, commonly referred to as the "Turkish March."

In stage 1-2 of Story Mode EX, Pipe Escape EX, "Pipe Pop" replaces "Underground Mozart." Like in regular Story Mode, Waluigi has used a Bob-omb to blow Mario or Luigi from the locked door of Truffle Towers onto a Mushroom Platform located at the bottom of a tall pit, and the player character must dance to make it grow tall enough to escape. Unlike in regular Story Mode, however, he is not knocked into a Warp Pipe but instead a giant tree trunk. This tree trunk and growing Mushroom Platform serve as the song's background, featuring Goombas dancing on platforms that resemble the Super Mario Bros. version of lifts, Piranha Plants dancing in pipes on Hard Blocks, and Shy Guys dancing on ? Blocks. At the end of the song, the Mushroom Platform has grown enough for the player character to jump out from the inside of the tree trunk.

In Mush Mode, in addition to their role in the background, Goombas also replace some notes in the song.

Story Mode EX text[edit]

You're stuck at the bottom of a pit! Dance atop the mushroom to get out of there!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パペットダンス
Papetto dansu
Puppet Dance

French Champi Pop
Mush Pop
German Rohr frei!
Pipe free!
Italian Piranha Pop
Spanish Tubería popera
"Popper" pipe (Similar to how a rock player is a rocker, in Spanish "rockero/a")