The reason for the title change is because Twist was very, very popular in Brazil back in the early 60's, and Columbia from Brazil thought they could capitalize on the "twistin' frenzy".
The song titles and the overall tracklist order were also changed (titles are brand new, not necessarily direct translations).
It was reissued in 1980 with a totally different cover, and the original US tracklist order.
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|CL 1004||Ray Conniff And His Orchestra And Chorus*||Dance The Bop (LP, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1004||US||1957||Sell This Version|
|B 47096 L||Ray Conniff His Orchestra And Chorus*||Come On And Dance! (LP, Mono, RE)||Philips||B 47096 L||Netherlands||1960||Sell This Version|
|B 07.259 L||Ray Conniff||Rockin' The Bop, Boppin' The Rock (Dance The Bop) (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Philips||B 07.259 L||France||1958||Sell This Version|
|KLP 778||Ray Conniff And His Orchestra And Chorus*||Dance The Bop (LP, Mono)||Coronet (2)||KLP 778||Australia||1957||Sell This Version|
|HL 1004||Ray Conniff And His Orchestra And Chorus*||Dance The Bop (LP, RE)||Harmony (10)||HL 1004||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|