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  • Summary: Tracks include: Aretha Franklin-Respect, Barry White-You're The First, The Last, My Everything, Black Sabbath-Paranoid, Blur-Parklife, David Bowie-Life On Mars?, Depeche Mode-Enjoy The Silence, Dusty Springfield-Son Of A Preacher Man, Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong-Let's Call The Whole Thing Off, Elton John-Rocket Man, Elvis Presley-Blue Suede Shoes, Jackie Wilson-Reet Petite (The Finest Girl You Ever Want To Meet), John Lennon-Imagine, Johnnny Cash-Ring Of Fire, Lynyrd Skynyrd-Sweet Home Alabama, Madonna-Papa Don't Preach, Marvin Gaye-I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Nirvana-Smells Like Teen Spirit, Patsy Cline-Crazy, Pet Shop Boys-Always On My Mind, Roxy Music -Love Is The Drug, Sam Cooke-What A Wonderful World, The Jackson 5-I Want You Back, The Monkees-Daydream Believer, The Police-Roxanne, The Righteous Brothers-Unchained Melody, The Rolling Stones-Sympathy For The Devil, The Smiths-This Charming Man, Tina Turner-What's Love Got To Do With It?, U2-Vertigo, Whitney Houston-The Greatest Love Of All Collapse
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  1. Graphically SingStar doesn’t need to offer much. While singing the songs, the music video is played in the background. The menus however look sharp and are simple to navigate. The music videos are great quality, and there’s nothing that would turn you away visually.
  2. SingStar Legends doesn’t include any of those features but as a multiplayer game it’s recommended as long as you like the songs.
  3. While they're certainly not bad games by any means, familiarity breeds contempt, and I'm just starting to get irked by the lack of freshness.
  4. With songs catering for multiple generations and all manner of tastes, and a disc packed with excellent tracks and none of the filler which has polluted previous Singstar releases, Legends is perfect family Christmas fare.
  5. 75
    SingStar Legends has one of the franchise's best set lists and is a no brainer for someone looking to expand or start their SingStar library. There's literally something on here for every type of music fan, and chances are you're going to know most of these by heart.
  6. This title certainly maintains the status quo, but the more challenging tracks will be appealing to longtime fans.
  7. The usual bells and whistles are all here as well, with the caveat that this is a PS2, so the tech is dated.

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