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Singstar Volume 2 Track List Announced


Much like Rock Band, Singstar is a fully-realized,
music-based game that was designed around the ability to add additional
content. The developers of both games constructed their titles around an easily
accessible store for purchasing more songs, when the original music grows
tiresome. So when this business model is disregarded with a sequel that adds nothing
but supplementary content; we’re confused. At least Rock Band 2 adds a drum
trainer and a ‘no fail’ option in their sequel; although those features could easily
be patched in.

Singstar Volume 2 features thirty songs, and according to
Sony representatives should be available around late October. While previously
purchased songs will be available in-game, players wanting to play Singstar Volume
1
, will have to switch disks- a holdover from PS2 versions. Currently, Sony has
no plans on implementing a system where singers can ‘rip’ their original content
for import into Volume 2. Sony did state that they will be adding trophy
support to future editions of the game.

The US track list is as follows:

Aerosmith – Dude (Looks Like a Lady)
Bad English – When I See You Smile
Bobby Brown – My Prerogative
Boys Like Girls – Hero/Heroine
Elton John & Kiki Dee – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
Eminem – Without Me
Gavin DeGraw – In Love With a Girl
Gnarls Barkley – Run (I’m A Natural Disaster)
Goldfrapp – Happiness
Lit – Miserable
Natasha Bedingfield – Unwritten
Panic! At The Disco – Nine In The Afternoon
Paramore – CrushCrushCrush
The Proclaimers – I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)
Phantom Planet – California
Pink – Just Like a Pill
Radiohead – Street Spirit
Rise Against – Prayer Of The Refugee
Sara Bareilles – Love Song
The Bravery – Believe
The Cure – Pictures of You
The Killers – When You Were Young
The Offspring – Pretty Fly (For A White Guy)
The Mamas & The Papas – California Dreamin’
The Police – Don’t Stand So Close To Me
The Shins – New Slang
Tone Loc – Funky Cold Medina
Weezer – Beverly Hills
Yael Naim – New Soul
Young M.C. – Bust a Move

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19 comments

  1. Nice photoshop trickery; you almost had me.

  2. Thanks for the info!

  3. Crap track listing; too varied.

    I like the way they handled the PS2 version by genre better.

  4. So you save a whopping five bucks when buying in bulk? Thanks but no thank, Sony

  5. Great picture; LOL!!!

  6. No interest in that game;

  7. Hey that screenshot is from the PS2 version!

  8. Must they put Natasha Bedingfield on every karaoke game, ringtone, and commercial? She’s a bit of a talentless hag.

  9. Why do they continue to put rap song in the game? The rap-o-meter never works. I always fail Summertime, yet know every word!

  10. Nothing really great, just a decent all around selection.

  11. good info.

    I like these better than Konami’s Karaoke Revolution.

  12. no must have song; I think the series is losing quality.

  13. No ps3; I’ll stick with Rock Band.

  14. Ms. Keys is a hottie.

  15. I don’t understand the appeal of Karoke games. Singing just isn’t as fun as fragging fools online for me.

  16. Seems like a good mix of songs. $40 isn’t too expensive for a game like that.

  17. Will they make this for 360?

  18. Hate the way Sony censors songs and takes the swearing out. safe hiphop FTW.

  19. Never heard of half these songs.