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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 WholeTracks 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. Better than the last one. [Dec 2006, p.106]
  4. SingStar Legends is probably the best party disc entry in the series.
  5. SingStar Legends brings nothing new to the table, except new and fantastic tunes. The same great modes exist, the same use for the eyetoy exists, and the same fading grainy quality of the PS2 DVD versions of the videos exists.
  6. This title certainly maintains the status quo, but the more challenging tracks will be appealing to longtime fans.
  7. On one hand, SingStar owners will love the new tracks but will hate the fact that there are absolutely no new features to be had – so we’re looking at a five or six out of ten. For gamers who haven’t played SingStar and don’t own the game, we’re looking at an eight or a nine. I fall into the former category, and I’m pretty sure that most people will too.

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