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February's Dance Central DLC Brings The Boys To The Yard


Since Harmonix revealed the DLC for Dance Central for the entire month of February, I've decided not to just lump it in with the Rock Band update like I did last week. I'm not going to just sit on this info and dole it out week by week! You'd find it out elsewhere, and I want to be the one to give you the good news!

First up, tomorrow, January 31, will bring Cee Lo Green's "Forget You." Yeah, I know. You want the uncensored version. Me too. But you can always sing the real lyrics as you dance your ass off, because either way, it's gonna be fun to dance to! Its difficulty is Simple, and the DC Choreographer is Devin Woolridge.

On Valentine's Day, February 14, you can download "Say Hey (I Love You)" by Michael Franti & Spearhead. It's difficulty is Simple, and the choreographer is Ricardo Foster.

Then, on February 21, you'll bring all the boys to the yard if you download Kelis' "Milkshake," with choreography by Marcos Aguirre. Be warned, the difficulty is Tough!

And to close out the month, one of the most requested songs by the Dance Central community, "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO ft. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock. The choreography is by Torey Nelson, and the difficulty is Hardcore.

Personally, I'm all over three of these four. (I don't really know "Say Hey") Especially "Milkshake." And as cheesy as it is, "Party Rock Anthem" is goofy fun, and should be awesome to shake a groove to! The tracks will all cost 240 MS Points each, but they're offering "Party Rock Anthem" early through a Best Buy promotion. Of course, to take advantage of it, you can't already have the game. Because if you buy Dance Central 2 at Best Buy starting yesterday, you'll get a code to download the track from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace ahead of the late February release date. Oh well! Guess I'll have to wait until then!

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