Pump It Up Mega Mix





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Uploaded on Aug 31, 2008

Hi! Welcome to my first Pump It Up Mix, which features some songs from Pump It Up Exceed, available on the Xbox and PS2 console systems. You can also find these songs in Pump It Up for PSP.

Summer is almost over, so I wanted to squeeze in one more mix before college started!

The reason I am making Pump It Up Mixes now is to increase popularity in USA. Most people have never even heard of it before. It's very similar too DDR.

This video stops abruptly half way on purpose during an U;nee song, as a signal to her death in 2007. This video is a tribute to her, who was very popular amongst PIU fans.

Let me know if you like the Pump It Up Mix, the next one will definitely be better. Not to worry, I will still be making DDR Mixes as well. :)

P.S. - If anyone needs help finding how to get a PIU game in USA for their consoles, let me know.

~ Songs Used:
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1. Pandera- I Love You Baby

2. Kristeen - Ba Bee Loo Be Ra

3. U;nee - Go

4. Banya - Canon in D

5. U;nee - Habit
* * * * * * * * * *
More about U;nee:
U;nee was a Korean actress in South Korea who later pursued her dream of being a singer. Before her debut; U;nee practiced singing, dancing, and songwriting for 3 years in advance so that she would be ready to fulfill her life-long wish. She encountered many obstacles in her journey to be a singer including recieving breast implants to achieve a sexy image that was desired by her record company.

U;nee was always pressured by her managers to do certain things she didn't really want to do, but she wanted to make her fans happy as well as continue singing. She pushed on, hoping to see the light of her career, which she felt far from. Her music video; "Call Call Call", which was banned from Korea, caused quite a controversy among fans. While some of her true fans were still loyal to her, fans of her sexuality grew.

Later after, when her fans demanded she pose nude in the Korean edition of "Playboy", U;nee was shattered while refusing their demands. She then realized she'd never be able to make them happy like she had hoped and sales of her CDs were failing. On her official website, U;nee wrote "I feel everything is empty and I am now walking down a path I am unsure of".

While on many anti-depressants, U;nee also recieved harsh critism & hate letters from many anti-fans through her email, thus adding more to her stress & depression. She was scheduled to start filming her new music video for her 3'rd album on January 22'nd 2007 along with a comeback special performance on February 1'st. However, all the stress and pressure from the Korean media & anti-fans contributed to her final action. U;nee commited suicide by hanging herself on January 21'st...a day before her music video shooting. Her grandmother found her at 12:50pm in her bedroom and quickly called an emergency number, but U;nee was already gone...

Despite U;nee's shocking death, her record company decided to release her 3'rd album on the planned date with the permission of her family; it would be the last time any of her fans got to hear her...

(Let this be a lesson to all those who strongly critize people. A person may seem to be strong, but some are more fragile than you think. Be careful what you say. It may be the last thing they hear)

~In memory of U;nee~
Rest In Peace
May 3, 1981 - January 22'nd, 2007

[Source: http://www.freewebs.com/tribute-to-un...]


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