Super Sonic Dance Attack
The success of Sonic the Hedgehog was so great in 1991, that everyone wanted a piece of the action. 1992 saw the start of the capitalisation on Sonic as a brand name and merchandising vehicle, as Sega Germany allowed disco group Inter Galactica Dance Club to produce a single for their mascot.
Unlike most Sonic music products that came out of Germany, Super Sonic Dance Attack would turn out to be rather good. Featuring sound effects and sampled music from both Sonic the Hedgehog and Streets of Rage, the single came with a radio friendly edit and an ‘Overtime Edit’ that plays on the fusion of the two Sega games a little more.
The third track was probably an attempt at making more of a name for themselves outside of ‘those guys who did a Sonic song’. Didn’t seem to really work. All three tracks feature unimaginable amounts of fazed robotic voices. Altogether now, “I killed Doctor Robotnik”…
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