Main Artical: TRF (Band)
The song "EZ DO DANCE" was originally released by Japanese 90's Pop group, TRF (Tetsuya Komuro Rave Factory). The original song debuted June 21, 1993. Active member DJ KOO remixed the song for DANCEROID for their 2nd offical dance video of DANCEROID4 . DJ KOO also touched up TRF's song "BOY MEETS GIRL" as the kickstarter for DANCEROID4.
For the original song, go here.
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Main artical: Avex Group
Avex Group Holdings Inc. (エイベックス・グループ・ホールディングス株式会社Eibekkusu Gurūpu Hōrudingusu Kabushiki-gaisha), listed in the Tokyo Stock Exchange as 7860 and abbreviated as AGHD, is the holding company for a group of entertainment-related subsidiares based in Japan. The word Avex is an acronym of the English words Audio Visual Expert.
With leading producer's Tetsuya Komuro's assistance, Avex became Japan's leading dance record company during the 1990s, and continues producing and recording some of Japan's most famous pop singers such as Japan's highest selling solo musician, Ayumi Hamasaki. The company also provides theme music soundtracks to many anime and a few video games through its subsidiary Avex Mode.
DANCEROID & Avex GroupEdit
In 2001, Avex opened the "avex artists academy" music school. This particular branch is what DANCEROID is advertising in the music video EZ DO DANCE. This makes sense considering that TRF, the band that created the song, is labled by Avex Trax, another branch of the Avex Group.