Carol Collins - 30/10/2012
I felt the same as Denise, wasn't sure how it would go, but took the chance. Body rolls caused a bit of a laugh some preferring just to bend the knees and come up. but I noticed in the break quite a few were having a go at perfecting them. No one sat out second time we danced it, and their reviews were good.
Denise Nicholls - 30/10/2012
thought i was pushing my luck with this one but have to say everyone enjoyed it, the 1/4 cross section was the trickiest to master,direction went out the window a few times but no one sat down at all which i was very pleased about and filled the floor each time it was played.
David Spencer - 17/10/2012
Didnít think everyone would like it and sure enough a couple sat down after dancing it once. The music is infectious but it could be one of those dances that spreads like wildfire and then just as quickly disappears! The 1/4 cross sections in the middle keep it interesting.
Pamela Pelser - 14/10/2012
Something different....... gets people grooving!!!!! Really nice.thanks for writing it
L Chinniah - 13/10/2012
This one is going down a storm at our club, Craig Taught it at Bournemouth last weekend, funky music, funky steps, Heading to the top of the charts no doubt.
Kelvin Deadman - 06/10/2012
Would have to say the music to this one is very unique however it stays in your head and you soon find yourself singing a long to it (sort of) The dance is 64 counts 2 walls and has one very easy restart ... Well done to Paul & Craig for making it fun/happy and a little funky in places matches the music very well!!!
Christine Wallace - 04/10/2012
A fun, funky dance with body rolls and body pumps written to a mad, novelty track which is strangely addictive just like Crazy Frog. The dance too is addictive and should do very well for Paul and Craig.