Para Para (Japanese: パラパラ; also "Para-Para" or "ParaPara") is a popular Japanese synchronised group dance. Unlike most club dancing and rave dancing, there are specific, preset movements for each song, and everyone does the same moves at once, much like line dancing. Para Para is said to have existed since the early 80's, when Europe started selling Italo Disco, Euro Disco, and later New Wave music in Japan (New Wave came about in the mid-80's), but did not achieve much popularity outside of Japan until the late 90's, when the popularity boom of para para took place. Today, it is known throughout the world, especially the Pacific Rim.
diphenhydramine wrote:Sorry, can someone just clear something up for me? (is having a dumb day xD)
With these songs you're listing... how does the dancing work? Like is there an actual official para para dance to all those songs that you all happen to know?
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