[[caption-width-right:240:Please rise for the RhythmGame [[SignatureSong National Anthem]] [[http://youtu.be/HhW5et4Dmsk of Japan]].]]

BEMANI Meme Team.

For a detailed listing of VideoGame/{{Bemani}} [[MemeticMutation Memes]], try this page, or [[http://vjarmy.com/wiki/index.php/Inside_Jokes here]].
[[AC:VideoGame/{{beatmania}} / IIDX / III]]
* 20, november[[labelnote:Explanation]]"20, november" is a song from the original ''beatmania'', named after the birthday of the composer, dj nagureo. As a result, November 20 has become a pseudo-holiday of sorts for BEMANI fans.[[/labelnote]]
* Rislim -Remix- [[labelnote:Explanation]]When user Azure posted on VJ Army that he ''really'' wanted to play the song in question, people poked fun at him for worshiping the song.[[/labelnote]]
* [[DoubleEntendre Is 69 easier with]] [[BiggerIsBetterInBed Hard on]]? [[labelnote:Explanation]]Once again, Azure posted for help on Innocent Wall's stupid 69th measure with that response.[[/labelnote]]
* You can't spell Revival without ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXhT2Umsz3U V]]''! [[labelnote:Explanation]]V, originally from the arcade version of ''Beatmania IIDX 5th Style'', went on to reappear in a large number of console ''IIDX'' releases. While reapparances of songs in arcade versions are the norm, to have a song come back multiple times in console versions, which have much smaller songlists (and thus revivals are fewer and further in between), V in particular, it comes off as silly. Naturally, "V" was revived for the alpha test of the long, ''long'' overdue ''beatmania IIDX INFINITAS''.[[/labelnote]]
* Last Message: proving men can't watch two things at once since 7th Style.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Last Message's video features a three second cleavage shot which caused many people to drop their combo, because the players were ostensibly DistractedByTheSexy. The video was dropped for the CS Gold release to avoid the rating going up, despite it being in 7th Style CS and flying under the radar of the Japanese censors.[[/labelnote]]
** Sense 2007 [[labelnote:Explanation]]A boss song from IIDX Gold, which also caused DistractedByTheSexy moments due to its unique video which involves women in tight gold dresses dancing with fans. The video, again, was dropped for the CS release.[[/labelnote]]
** Dai[[labelnote:Explanation]]On the male side of things, Dai is a dancer who appears in several ''IIDX'' and ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=]'' videos, and is known for his flamboyant moves. Two videos in particular show him ''[[ShirtlessScene topless]]''.[[/labelnote]]
** Expanded[[labelnote:Explanation]]A song from IIDX CANNON BALLERS, which features a belly dancer throughout the whole song.[[/labelnote]]
* [[ThatOneBoss Himiko]]? [[Film/BlueVelvet FUCK THAT SHIT! PABST BLUE RIBBON!]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reaction to Empress' hardest song. It turned into a ForcedMeme and quickly became stale.[[/labelnote]]
* Preview song: Setsugekka [[labelnote:Explanation]]When 7th style CS was finally ready to come out of DevelopmentHell, a number of songs from 8th style and 9th style AC (which had already been released to the arcades) were included as preview songs. An ultimately-false rumour was spread that Setsugekka, a song from the then-recent 10th style AC, would also been included. People continue to joke about Setsugekka being a preview song in every single console BEMANI Game.[[/labelnote]]
* [[EarWorm smooooch]]・∀・
* [[ThatOneBoss WAAAAAAAAAAAHH!!]] [[RageQuit MOOOOUUUUU]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX1Lnl5ihXY#2m6s IYA DA!]][[labelnote:Explanation]]This video of someone playing "Scorpion Fire", and failing very near the end, has become associated with the song.[[/labelnote]]
* They can change the grades to "cat" and "sailboat" for all I care, so long as the timing and EX scoring is the same. [[labelnote:Explanation]]Upon the us release of Beatmania IIDX, everyone noticed how AA's were AAA's, A's were AA's and so on. When VJ Army made a "US Mode" that made all of the grades AAA, cue someone posting this. Then we get ''catsailboat mode''[[/labelnote]]
* [[{{Mondegreen}} Truck me~]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]When lineouts of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1j9XPzNDSKo Injection Of Love]] from Red started to get posted, everyone seriously thought Sana said "Truck Me" (at 1:03 in the linked vid)[[/labelnote]]
* [[http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=213965 Kyle Snyder]] / [[{{Horrible/Music}} Mirror Force / Engulfed Beam / You Can't Escape Me]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]Around 8th style, Konami held a musicianship trial. Kyle Snyder, a prolific DDR freestylist, made the song Mirror Force (cause he had a dream passing the song on IIDX), which was best described as ear rape.[[/labelnote]]
* Laundry Machines [[labelnote:Explanation]]A low-quality video of "gigadelic" from a location test led to one person remarking that the song sounds like "an off-balance washing machine", as demonstrated [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHFFYnTRdN0 in this vid]] [[/labelnote]]
** When Sega unveiled its new arcade music game VideoGame/{{maimai}}, many users joked that its cabinet looked like a washing machine. Of course, the English-language community also got to make jokes about it possibly having "gigadelic" on it too. This is acknowledged by Sega during the ''Tenkaichi otogesai Zenkoku issei nintei taikai'' event as the reason why they chose water element for its final round song composition.
** Within the context of [[KyuAndDanRanks 8th Dan]] courses, gigadelic has become infamous for [[ThatOneBoss another reason]].
* What gigadelic is to 8th Dan, THE SAFARI is to 7th Dan, only dating back to ''the beginning of the KyuAndDanRanks system'' that began in ''7th Style''.
** Safari Refugees[[labelnote:Explanation]]7th Dan in IIDX is notorious for being so difficult to complete due to THE SAFARI that there are players who can [[NonIndicativeDifficulty complete 8th Dan but not 7th Dan]]. In Japan, players who do this are known as サファリ難民 (''Safari nanmin'', lit. "Safari Refugees").[[/labelnote]]
** テレテレテッテ[[labelnote:Explanation]]"Tereteretette", an onomotopeia that represents THE SAFARI's [[ThatOneAttack infamous]] trills.[[/labelnote]]
* [[{{Engrish}} Peview]]
** [=GXPERT=]
*** [=BRGINNER=] [[labelnote:Explanation]]A deliberate CallBack featured in IIDX 21: SPADA[[/labelnote]]
** [=BLCOKS=]
* Rche's gender[[labelnote:Explanation]]Rche's AmbiguousGender is a hot topic amongst IIDX fans. Incidentally, Rche's also by far one of the most popular Lincle characters, especially on art sites like Pixiv.[[/labelnote]]
* 78%[[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''IIDX'', you need a Groove Gauge of 80% or above to clear the song. Percentages are in 2% increments, making 78% the highest gauge you can have and still fail the song. Naturally, this has led to many players ragequitting because they got a 78% and not an 80%.[[/labelnote]]
* _____†[[HarderThanHard LEGGENDARIA]][[labelnote:Explanation]]Beginning with an update in ''beatmania IIDX 21 SPADA'', the Spada†leggendaria series of Extra Stage boss songs received "†LEGGENDARIA" charts that are considerably harder than their Another charts. †LEGGENDARIA charts get their own entry on the songwheel, with the title in the format of "''(song name)''†LEGGENDARIA". Naturally, players took to suffixing various songs with "†LEGGENDARIA" as a joke, from [[BossInMookClothing "5.1.1. LEGGENDARIA"]] to [[SerialEscalation "Mei LEGGENDARIA"]]; one Vine video, [[http://vine.co/v/O721dAPjQOn NANDEMO LEGGENDARIA]] (that is, "Anything✝LEGGENDARIA") has someone printing out the ✝LEGGENDARIA logo and tacking it onto a bunch of things. As a side note, "leggendaria" means "legendary" [[GratuitousForeignLanguage in Italian]].[[/labelnote]]
* SUPER STAR -満- MITSURU[[labelnote:Explanation]]TAG's alternate persona: a shades-wearing, white-clad {{camp}}y LargeHam dancer.[[/labelnote]]
** She is my wife[[labelnote:Explanation]]The title is a meme in and of itself, and can be crossed over with the "waifu" meme. In addition, the song features a particularly memorable dance segment featuring MITSURU and several other BEMANI musicians.[[/labelnote]]
** [[MadLibsCatchPhrase ONLY ONE _____]][[labelnote:Explanation]]All of MITSURU's ''IIDX'' songs have all-caps genres beginning with "ONLY ONE". In addition, there's the album ''ONLY ONE ACT''.[[/labelnote]]
** Shocked dj TAKA [[labelnote:Explanation]]in the video for"SA.YO.NA.RA. SUPER STAR", dj TAKA's shocked face is shown for a few seconds at the end.[[/labelnote]]
* [[GratuitousEnglish BEISU DOROPPU!]] HAI! HAI! HAI! HAI! HAI! HAI! HAI! HAI![[labelnote:Explanation]]The drumstep (a portmanteau of "drum 'n bass" and "UsefulNotes/{{dubstep}}") song "Bassdrop Freaks" by Camellia feat. nanahira has proven to be [[EarWorm exceptionally catchy]].[[/labelnote]]
* GAMBOL Judgement[[labelnote:Explanation]] When the song "GAMBOL" was introduced to ''IIDX'', it was notorious for its [[HitboxDissonance unusually strict timing windows]], [[FakeDifficulty resulting in the player getting so many GOODs rather than PERFECT GREATs or even just GREATs]]. When it was revived in ''9th Style'', the timing windows remained broken. The notorious timing became something of an AscendedMeme when the NORMAL charts' timing was fixed, but the HYPER charts' were not. Konami then milked the meme for all its worth in the console port of ''IIDX RED'' with special ANOTHER charts for the song, in which [[AllOrNothing any hit lower than a PERFECT GREAT turns into a BAD instead]]. Later console releases allow the player to apply the timing windows of GAMBOL's HYPER and ANOTHER charts to any chart with a cheat code.[[/labelnote]]
* Daisuke[[labelnote:Explanation]]On Website/{{Vine}}, the #Daisuke tag consists of BaitAndSwitch clips that suddenly cut to the "Daisuke" line from the Y&Co. song "Daisuke" (or alternatively, the "Daisuke" line from the Y&Co. song TADAYOSHI) right as someone pronounces the 'D' consonant, or as someone on screen appears to strike a pose similar to any of two very prominent poses in the "Daisuke" video. Usually for full effect the interruption takes place as someone says ''daisuki'' (Japanese for "I like/love you") or a name ending in "-suke".[[/labelnote]]
* [[VideoGame/HyruleWarriors Linkle]][[labelnote:Explanation]]When the November 2015 Nintendo Direct revealed a GenderFlip Link called "Linkle", comparisons to beatmania IIDX 19 Lincle by the BEMANI community were inevitable.[[/labelnote]]
* The unveiling of the theme for version 25, "[[https://twitter.com/IIDX_OFFICIAL/status/892669327735898112 Cannon Ballers]]", was immediately meant with jokes and parodies related to its motorsports theme, including crossovers with ''VideoGame/DaytonaUSA'', ''Manga/InitialD'', and even ''[[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureSteelBallRun Steel Ball Run]]''.
* BMS[[labelnote:Explanation]]BMS (Be-Music Source) files are files used for ''beatmania'' simulators such as ''Lunatic Rave 2'', and [[SturgeonsLaw while there are many good BMS charts, there are a ton of bad ones as well]]. As such, charts that are not only very difficult but also very awful are dismissed as "BMS-quality" charts.[[/labelnote]]

* MAX 300[[labelnote:Explanation]]On a certain Facebook group related to music game memeing, MAX 300 has become the memetic song of choice, both as a measure of difficulty ("MAX 300 is the hardest song, no one can pass it!") and as a universal answer to everything.[[/labelnote]]
* [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer Xepher Tatsh]] [[labelnote:Explanation]]A ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' player achieves his 800th AAA rank on "Xepher", a song by Tatsh, and posts a picture of it on his Facebook timeline. The photo is shared but the song is [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer erroneously]] [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mbrvfjudaQ1qcj9w7o1_r1_1280.png called "Xepher Tatsh"]]...by the official DDR Facebook page.[[/labelnote]]
* Bar hugging[[labelnote:Explanation]]A historic [[BrokenBase point of debate]] amongst ''DDR'' players is whether using the safety bar to improve one's balance and scores is fair or detracts from the game experience. At one point, less tasteful players referred to it as "bar raping".[[/labelnote]]
* LET THEM MOVE[[labelnote:Explanation]]A song that made its debut on DDR 2ndMIX of... questionable quality. Naoki Maeda, the creator of the song, even stated he was ashamed of the end result, and the song has not appeared in any installment after the release of DDR KONAMIX.[[/labelnote]]
* ◎◎◎◎◎◎ \\
◎◎◎◎◎◎ \\
◎◎◎◎◎◎[[labelnote:Explanation]]"POSSESSION" has several segments where the player must hit streams of triplet notes. During those parts, the background video changes to show a grid of spawning purple circles against a black background, eventually forming a 6 x 3 grid.[[/labelnote]]
* Dash Hopes 440[[labelnote:Explanation]]On DDR 2014, the Replicant D-Ignition event's main boss song, "EGOISM 440", has been compared to [[VideoGame/{{Mungyodance}} Dash Hopes]]. Even more ironic is that one of the other songs actually is titled "[[NamesTheSame Destination]]". Cue the Mungyodance jokes.[[/labelnote]]
* "DDR is dead"[[labelnote:Explanation]]Even after DDR A saw international release to much fanfare and the North American dance game community has significantly grown, some people still like to claim DDR is dead in the US, to the point that the phrase "DDR is dead" has become a meme.[[/labelnote]]
* USA! USA! USA! USA![[labelnote:Explanation]]The participation of three American finalists in the ''DDR'' tournament, one of which became ''champion'', at the 6th Konami Arcade Championship prompted chants of these from Eastern and Western viewers alike during the stream.[[/labelnote]]
* 20![[labelnote:Explanation]]Two reasonings here. First, players believe there should be a level 20 stepchart because of DDR X's level bar meter going up to 20, yet 18 was the highest at its time and DDRX2 got rid of the bar meter as an indicator. Second, every time a song rated a Level 19 on DDR occurs, players who believe the stepchart is absurdly hard claim that those charts should be Level 20. Unfortunately, the game does not have that many Level 19 charts, often reserved for the true final boss songs.[[/labelnote]]

* SRII, TSUU, WAN, PUUUUUUUUUUUUSHU![[labelnote:Explanation]]Sunny Park's interactive tutorial, which plays even when demo mode sound is turned off, was met with more derision than anything.[[/labelnote]]
* TOXIC VIBRATION†LAPISTORIA[[labelnote:Explanation]] In Pop'n Music Lapistoria, the song "TOXIC VIBRATION" had an early version of the EX chart stored where the EASY chart should be. This led to a... pretty hard level 10 (out of 50) chart. pop'n players used this name to describe the chart, a play on the †LEGGENDARIA charts.[[/labelnote]]

* ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex''[='=]s heavy use of the filter knob feature has become a meme in and of itself.
** WOOSH WOOSH[[labelnote:Explanation]]The preferred onomatopoeia for filter knobs among the community.[[/labelnote]]
* KFC[[labelnote:Explanation]]The code name for ''SOUND VOLTEX BOOTH'' is "KFC", as in Kentucky Fried Chicken. This meme mostly surged in popularity after ''SOUND VOLTEX BOOTH'' was cracked and made available for home use on certain websites.[[/labelnote]]
* 69%[[labelnote:Explanation]]In ''SOUND VOLTEX'', 70% is the minimum required gauge to clear. This time, percentages are in 1% increments. It's not only the new 78%, but 69 also happens to be a particularly lewd number.[[/labelnote]]
* PHQUASE traps[[labelnote:Explanation]]The most common definition of this is a filter knob pattern which appears to be a crossover, but both knob trails turn back on themselves after meeting in the middle (think >< instead of X). SDVX "effector" (chart maker) and composer, PHQUASE, does a lot of these, along with similar filter knob traps.[[/labelnote]]
* Universe Stage[[labelnote:Explanation]]A song in SOUND VOLTEX BOOTH, which has a particularly annoying button pattern that is very easy to miss on. People who can usually pass most 15 even find this one difficult.[[/labelnote]]
* O-oooooooooo AAAAE-A-A-I-A-U- JO-oooooooooooo AAE-O-A-A-U-U-A- E-eee-ee-eee AAAAE-A-E-I-E-A- JO-ooo-oo-oo-oo EEEEO-A-AAA-AAAA[[labelnote:Explanation]]Brain Power, a song by NOMA from infinite infection, has gained massive popularity from Internet users in early 2016, leading its long version to become the most viewed BEMANI song on Website/YouTube. The reason why is because of the ''osu!'' players on twitch who have played the beatmap and of course people would spam the ending lyrics on the comments section.[[/labelnote]]
** [[BigNo NO-oooooooooo]] AAAAE-A-A-I-A-U-JO-oooooooooooo AAE-O-A-A-U-U-A-E-eee-ee-eee AAAAE-A-E-I-E-A-JO-ooo-oo-oo-oo EEEEO-A-AAA-AAAA[[labelnote:Explanation]]When the official ''SDVX'' Twitter account [[https://twitter.com/SOUNDVOLTEX573/status/844096954720182273 announced]] that Brain Power would be part of a series of songs being cut from the game in one week, fans were...not happy, to say the least. However, the song would then get picked up by the non-Konami music game Neon FM, whose developers' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_chbkMmBkU8 treatment]] of the song reaches AscendedMeme territory.[[/labelnote]]
* SOMEONE WHO MEMES YOU HARD[[labelnote:Explanation]]A [[{{Mondegreen}} mishearing]] of the sample used in Crack Traxxxx - "Someone you know is watching your every move... someone who means you harm!" Pretty much every video with the song has this in the comments.[[/labelnote]]
* MUXIMUM[[labelnote:Explanation]]In SDVX IV, much like GXPERT and BRGINNER in IIDX, selecting an Omega Dimension song on MXM level will display MUXIMUM as its difficulty instead of MAXIMUM.[[/labelnote]]
* Dyscontrolled Galaxy is a 20![[labelnote:Explanation]]One of the Omega Dimension songs in SDVX IV, [[NonIndicativeDifficulty which has a MXM level of 19 but many players find the chart too hard even for a high tier 19,]] leading to people saying it's a level 20, some even a 21.[[/labelnote]]

* Konami having trouble [[IHaveManyNames coming up with a final name]] for it
* The first iteration, ''Stepstar'', was unveiled on the same day as an extended preview of ''VideoGame/Splatoon2''. Jokes were immediately made that the game was a "ripoff" of a ''DDR'' parody present in the lobby of said game.

[[AC:Multiple / Other]]
* Get It?! [[labelnote:Explanation]]People would notice the use of titles of songs in sentences, whether intentional or not.[[/labelnote]]
** The ultimate memetic song of BEMANI: "[[VideoGame/{{Jubeat}} FLO]][[VideoGame/ReflecBeat WER]]". It is infamous for its excessive crossing over into other rhythm games. In addition to its initial appearance on ''jubeat'' and ''REFLEC BEAT'', it has also appeared on ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'', ''VideoGame/PopNMusic'', ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}} IIDX'', ''[=BeatStream=]'', ''VideoGame/{{Dance|Masters}}Evolution'', ''Miraidagakki [=FutureTomTom=]'', ''VideoGame/{{GITADORA}}''[[note]]as a rock remix by [=TLION69=][[/note]], and ''[[VideoGame/SoundVoltex SOUND VOLTEX]]''[[note]]as a remix by [=REDALiCE=], due to a policy against putting non-remixed Konami originals into ''SDVX'' at the time[[/note]].Yes, that means EVERY active BEMANI series. Just to add even more fuel to the fire, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcPQeSgA2Rw the 2013 BEMANI commercial plays FLOWER in the background]].\\
It gets worse. The ''Tenkaichi otoge sai Zenkoku issei nintei taikai'' event is a {{Crossover}} event between multiple companies' rhythm games--specifically, ''VideoGame/{{jubeat}} saucer fulfill'', ''VideoGame/{{maimai}} ORANGE'', ''VideoGame/TaikoNoTatsujin Kimidori Ver.'', and ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster EX'' in 2014. The representative song from ''jubeat'' is "FLOWER". That's right, "FLOWER" even crosses over to non-Konami rhythm games! \\
Later, Konami added two of their songs into SEGA rhythm game ''VideoGame/{{CHUNITHM}}''. One of them is "Chikuwa parfait da yo CKP" by Marika and Meu Meu from [=HinaBitter=]. The other is "FLOWER". \\
The next ''Tenkaichi otoge'' event saw "FLOWER" being put in ''Synchronica'' as well as ''VideoGame/SoundVoltex'' alongside its [=REDALiCE=]-remixed form. \\
All in all, "FLOWER" has appeared in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhW5et4Dmsk 15 (now 18) distinct rhythm game series]] [[Creator/{{Konami}} by]] [[Creator/{{SEGA}} four]] [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment different]] [[Creator/{{Taito}} developers]]. Some would say it isn't just BEMANI's SignatureSong but that of the entire RhythmGame genre.
*** Those outside the BEMANI community may know "FLOWER" from a remix video of it using the famous "Yee" clip from the mockbuster ''[[Creator/DingoPictures Dinosaur Adventure]]'' entitled "[[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tha07Sasx60 Yee Mania]]". What's even funnier is that Yee Mania has more views than ''two'' videos of just the song.
*** For the first ''beatmania IIDX INFINITAS'' alpha test, one song was brought in from later releases, which naturally was "FLOWER". It was sadly snipped from the final release, but was brought back later in a January 2016 update.
** 185 BPM[[labelnote:Explanation]]For some reason, DJ YOSHITAKA is quite fond of composing songs that are 185 BPM--not ''every'' song he makes, but enough songs that it's turned into a joke. Although other artists compose songs that are 185 BPM, DJ YOSHITAKA is most commonly associated with the number.[[/labelnote]]
** DJ YOSHITAKA's other "TRANCE CORE" and "HARD RENAISSANCE" songs are also quite infamous, due to being frequently crossed over and hyped up as boss songs. "JOMANDA" and "VALLIS-NERIA" are particularly infamous; the latter was anticipated to be crossed over into ''IIDX'' for many months, [[IKnewIt which did happen]], and both songs have elaborate videos despite the former being part of a series of boss songs that don't have new videos and the latter being an event song, while most event songs receive video overlays at best.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bybkLlNbaaw TWODEEXGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD!]][[labelnote:Explanation]]The call of Michael a la mode from IIDX Gold's theme song, GOLD RUSH[[/labelnote]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fPAdN3B248 DDR! X! TWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!]][[labelnote:Explanation]]A version adapted for [=DDR X2 AC=], with vocals by TAG, also known as [=SUPER STAR MITSURU=].[[/labelnote]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RXNlz3PCHU MUSIC FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTT!!]][[labelnote:Explanation]]Another version with console releases up to DDR Music Fit (roughly equivalent to Hottest Party 3), also sung by TAG.[[/labelnote]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BijUMQWpi_0&feature=related SENGOKU RETSUDEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEN!!]][[labelnote:Explanation]]the pop'n music version, also known as pop'n GOLD MOUNTAIN rush, introduced in pop'n music 18: Sengoku Retsuden[[/labelnote]]
** [[{{Mondegreen}} NOW LET'S DO THE]] [[http://forum.solidstatesquad.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=3174&view=findpost&p=104274 FDHDSFSDGFSGD]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUxX7XLnu2w The]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8DVqRI2VE4 number]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJpfObCW68M of]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtfpybWWCso Red]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_odQms1eaM Zone]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgJ0yEZuKYM mixes]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlnq2KsxMhg is]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyBnA9rinjg getting]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ6EKqp1ULM a]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCSVWr6YqSU tad]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKQ-48wSkLc silly.]]
** Now we have Evans, KIMONO♡PRINCESS, Miracle Medicine & Bloomin' Feeling.
* [[SnowClone ONLY ONE _____]][[labelnote:Explanation]]TAG's SUPER STAR MITSURU songs in ''beatmania IIDX'' all have genres starting with "ONLY ONE". In addition, he has an album, "ONLY ONE ACT", and in ''beatmania IIDX 21 SPADA'', an unlockable judge font precedes all note judgements with "ONLY ONE" (e.g. "ONLY ONE GREAT", "ONLY ONE POOR").[[/labelnote]]
* VENUS[[labelnote:Explanation]]The alias of DJ YOSHITAKA and Sota Fujimori when they collaborate together. VENUS is infamous for their HoYay-filled songs and song art.[[/labelnote]]
** WIZAUCHUNAI[[labelnote:Explanation]]A common line in VENUS songs is ウィザウチュナイ (wizauchunai), which is [[{{Engrish}} meant]] to mean "Without you tonight".[[/labelnote]]
** Wow Wow VENUS[[labelnote:Explanation]]Yet another [[EarWorm exceptionally catchy song]] by VENUS, notable for its album art, which consists of DJ YOSHITAKA looking downwards, potentially at Sota's "VENUS", and also beause of...[[/labelnote]]
*** Wow Wow [[{{Mondegreen}} PENIS]][[labelnote:Explanation]]As if VENUS's reputation for HoYay wasn't bad enough, this mondegreen showed up in the English-language community.[[/labelnote]]
*** Hitori ja JESUS[[labelnote:Explanation]]Another line in the song. It's debatable whether it's really "JESUS" or [[{{Mondegreen}} meant to be something else]].[[/labelnote]]
* '''P-P-PARANOIA!'''
* Is Lincle Link 5 over yet?[[labelnote:Explanation]]A BEMANI crossover event that infamously refused to end for nearly two years, when most unlock events do not last that long. More information [[http://vjarmy.com/wiki/index.php/Inside_Jokes#Lincle_Link here]].[[/labelnote]]
* Creator/{{Kon|ami}}[[FanNickname mai]] [[SarcasmMode Quality]][[labelnote:Explanation]]A phrase often used when Konami [[ObviousBeta cuts corners]] in developing their games, leading to things like poor translations, hilarious blatant typos, {{Game Breaking Bug}}s, and the like. Most often associated with BEMANI games, but could also be used for other Konami games as well.[[/labelnote]]
* ''Otoiroha'' toilet[[labelnote:Explanation]]Many fans have noted that the [[https://twitter.com/5key_TOYO1_SK/status/700471562944679936 cabinet]] for ''Otoiroha'' bears a strong resemblance to a toilet.[[/labelnote]]
** Similarly, the pun おトイレは (''otoireha''), as トイレ means toilet.
* BEMANI Sound Team[[labelnote:Explanation]]Late in 2017, new Konami original songs in ''BEMANI'' games started [[UncreditedRole getting credited to "BEMANI Sound Team" rather than the specific artist]], likely due to the ongoing ExecutiveMeddling happening between Konami and contributors of ''BEMANI'' songs and visual art. This led to BEMANI fans taking existing songs and replacing the names of their credited artists with "BEMANI Sound Team", such as "Mei / BEMANI sound team vs BEMANI sound team" (Amuro vs Killer) and "Wow Wow BEMANI Sound Team" (VENUS).[[/labelnote]]
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