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The Club Hall
Club Hall Logo
Location
Genre
Disco
Frequency
100.7 FM
Appearance
Host
Cquote1 The station that gets you to dance even when you can’t. Cquote2
Official Station Slogan

The Club Hall is a radio station that appears in Sonic Adventure 3: East Coast Minute which plays disco music from throughout the 1970s.

Tracklist

  • ABBA - Summer Night City (1978)
  • Bee Gees - You Should Be Dancing (1976)
  • Chic - My Forbidden Lover (1978)
  • GQ - Disco Nights (Rock-Freak) (1978)
  • Michael Zager Band - Let’s All Chant (1977)
  • The O’Jays - I Love Music (1975)
  • Peaches & Herb - Shake Your Groove Thing (1978)
  • Sister Sledge - He's the Greatest Dancer (1978)
  • The Trammps - Disco Inferno (1976)
  • Vicki Sue Robinson - Turn the Beat Around (1976)

Trivia

  • This is the favorite radio station of Dr. Robotnik and Cassidy the Thylacine, and the second favorite radio station of Amy Rose and Vanilla the Rabbit.
    • In fact, Cassidy may occasionally make positive comments about McFadden and how she likes old music. This references the 2012 movie Pitch Perfect, as Cassidy's voice actress, Anna Kendrick, is the main star of that movie and worked with McFadden's voice actress, Elizabeth Banks, in it as well.
  • This is Knuckles' and Metal Sonic's least favorite radio station.
  • This is the station that plays inside Dr. Robotnik's lair and one of the default stations in Amy's vehicles, with the other being Blue-Pop Tunes.
  • "Shake Your Groove Thing" by Peaches & Herb plays in Amy Rose's character trailer.
    • In addition, if pairing Sonic and Amy together in the club dancing minigame to this song, the ensuing dance movements will parody the famous college dance scene in the 2000 Disney animated film An Extremely Goofy Movie. This will also give the player the hidden "We're Not in College Anymore" achievement/trophy if the dance is done perfectly.
  • Sometimes when introducing or taking during the outro of Vicki Sue Robinson's "Turn the Beat Around," McFadden may mention that she sang that song as part of an acapella club in high school. This is another obvious reference to the 2012 film Pitch Perfect, which McFadden's voice actress, Elizabeth Banks, starred in and produced, which also featured that song in its soundtrack.

Known Fans

  • Dr. Julian Robotnik
  • Amy Rose
  • Vanilla the Rabbit
  • Cassidy the Thylacine

See also

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