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Fisher-Price Disney's Rock Star Mickey
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- Get ready to Rock and Roll with Mickey
- This cool Mickey Mouse is ready to dance and play his guitar
- He wears cool sunglasses like a real rock star
- As he plays his guitar he will dance with head bops and leg kicks
- Guitar pictured with child sold separately
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Learn the secrets to being a classic rock star with the Disney Rock Star Mickey from Fisher-Price. Jam out as Mickey kicks across the floor, bobs his head to new tunes, and drops into a Mickety-Split. As you learn move after move, you'll find yourself thinking: Now, that's one talented mouse!
One Talented Rock Star Mouse
Rock Star Mickey is no ordinary rock star. When you press his right foot, he'll give an energetic performance of the classic rock tune, "You Really Got Me," during which he'll kick out all his best moves. After he's done, press his right foot again to see a lively performance of his "M to the I Rock Star Remix." During both these performances, he captures the energy of true rock n' roll while putting in his own clever, mouse-style lyrics.
Press Mickey's Nose to Learn His Moves
During his performances, Mickey features four moves: The Head-Bop, the Kick-Step, the Mickety-Split, and playing guitar with his nose! These moves keep him dancing all over the floor. If you want to learn how to rock out like Mickey, all you have to do is push his nose and he'll show you himself.
Start a Rock Band with Your Skills, Too!
While Mickey teaches you about rock n' roll, you'll find that you develop your own skills, too. You and Mickey can start a rock band together when you have what it takes, and you can play the Rock Star Guitar (sold separately). Maybe then you'll show Mickey how it's really done!
What's in the Box
Rock Star Mickey, four AA batteries, and instructions for use.
Top Customer Reviews
Great concept, but along with the positives, there are some downsides to ROCK STAR MICKEY:
1) He only plays two songs (and only one of those two really qualifies as "rock") and there is a fine line between being a cute novelty and an annoying, repetitive noisemaker. This is the most significant (and quite frankly, the only) major letdown for this toy. The technology is available to allow for more songs ... many more songs.
2) The volume is unchangeable and true to rock star form, he's loud ... ROCK STAR MICKEY will command aural attention from everyone in the room.
3) The rock star persona is a refreshing change of pace for Mickey Mouse ... the attitude, the guitar and the moves (lifting the guitar and doing the splits) are definitely entertaining. Using Mickey to generate a child's interest in rock `n roll is a positive in my book.
4) While the Mickey Mouse doll is plush, there are parts of him (guitar and shoes) that are hard plastic ... unfortunately, ROCK STAR MICKEY it is not going to be a toy that a child will want to cuddle-up with at night (if this is attempted, parents wanting to ensure a good night sleep for everyone in the house would be wise to remove the batteries in case the foot is accidently pressed).
Overall, ROCK STAR MICKEY should prove to be entertaining for a young child at a basic level.Read more ›
|Length: 3:17 Mins|
I do believe that Rock Star Mickey has a smaller audience than last year's model. For one, while most kids love to dance not all kids are big fans of the Rock Star theme. This is especially true for younger kids (specifically my 2 year old daughter). Our daughter enjoys Dance Star Mickey, although he is not one of her absolute favorites, but she is less excited about his rockin' cousin.
Notes on Rock Star
- He is a about 4 inches shorter than Dance Star Mickey, but he is also less expensive
- Rock Star Mickey only plays 2 songs, and they do get old
- No volume control
- He does come with batteries
- Packaging was surprisingly easy to open.
- Mickey's voice does not sound quite right, it is a little more squeeky and metallic.
Final Verdict - Rock Star Mickey is likely to garner smiles from your favorite boy or girl, however if I was given a choice our family would stick with Dance Str Mickey. If you have a future rocker.... I could easily see your choice being the opposite.
Meant for 2 years and up, this toy can ACTUALLY be enjoyed by two years AND up.
There aren't any small parts to get choked on, or lost, there-in loosing a function of the toy.
That in itself is quite nice.
Mickey's foot movements are pretty impressive! The "Mickey-split" is nicely done.
He moves best on hardwood or vinyl floors, but does move pretty good on our low pile commercial style carpet.
He WON'T dance on our deep pile carpet.
When he tips over he say's "clean-up on isle five" a couple times, "good-night" and stops. CUTE!
He bobs his head when he sings, his voice is slightly higher pitched then some Mickey's
but I don't see anything wrong with that.
He plays two songs by pressing his foot, and gives "Rock star training 101" when you press his nose.
If Mickey's left alone when he's done with a segment he says,
"don't stop the rock, press my foot" one time to encourage futher playing.
Those interactions could be of some educational value.
Mickey moves the longest distance, two feet,
when you press his foot and he sings to the tune of "You really got me".
(Trivia - that song was a top 10 hit by the Kinks in 1964 & a top 40 hit by Van Halen in 1978)
When he's in the middle of a segment, he won't respond to pressing his foot or nose to change segments.
His cue to switch segments is when something happens that triggers him to say "clean up" etc.
Mickey uses 4 AA batteries which are included, he weighs 2 pounds, and is over 13 inches tall.
There's an on/off switch on the battery box. That's nice for obvious reasons.
Whether you get this toy for yourself, (like I did) or for a gift,
this Mickey is guaranteed to bring smiles!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Who doesn't love Mickey Mouse? My grandson can't stop playing with him. Terrific toy!Published 11 months ago by Karen L. Purvis
It did not work and had bad batteries in it that were decaying, sunglasses on Mickey's head were also broken offPublished 11 months ago by Nicole Caputo
Item was sold as New, recieved used and not working. Also had 25 dollar price tags on it from WalMart and I was charged 4 times that amount.Published 16 months ago by Shopaholic
My kid loves Mickey and loves this Rock Star Mickey. I love seeing his smilePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer