This article is for the musical theme "TehuTehu" and its subsequent update and remixes.
Arcade version[edit | edit source]
Console version[edit | edit source]
"TehuTehu" was later updated for the home console releases of Dead or Alive 2. Appearing in also the DOA2: Hardcore games, Dead or Alive 2 Ultimate, and Dead or Alive Online, the theme was once again used as the theme for Ayane.
It is this version of the theme that has been used again throughout the series rather than the original arcade version.
Ayane (or Tehu Tehu) Remix[edit | edit source]
The theme was later remixed as "Ayane Remix" and first appeared in Dead or Alive 2 Ultimate. It is heard while the player is fighting against Ayane in the Ray House.
Dead or Alive Dimensions remix[edit | edit source]
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The theme was given an unnamed remix for Dead or Alive Dimensions, and was used as the theme for Ayane.
Tehu Tehu -DW SW MIX-[edit | edit source]
The theme was once again remixed, this time as "Tehu Tehu -DW SW MIX-", and appeared in Warriors Orochi 3. The theme is also optional in the Music Mode in Dead or Alive 5 Last Round, though it can be selectable for any character and gameplay mode.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- "Tehu" (てふ tefu) is an old form of the modern word "chō" (ちょう) which is written with the kanji 蝶 - "butterfly", and like all words in Japanese with two consecutive kanji which are the same, the second kanji is usually abbreviated with 々. Therefore, 蝶々 (tefutefu / chōchō) literally means "butterfly, butterfly." The title is closely associated with the design of Ayane and describes her as a butterfly herself.