Track list above is the "international" release songlist...
Singstar Addict, amazon.ca
23 April 2008
Summary: ... but amazon.ca is shipping the US version. Wikipedia's entry for "Singstar 90s" has the track list for both. Like other reviewers, I would have preferred the international release. (Vanilla Ice and Wilson Phillips? No thanks.) Still, it's a fun game! PS - "Friday I'm in Love" and "Love Shack" can be found on "Singstar Rocks".
Summary: I love the Singstar series, and have been waiting for my 90's version for a long time; however, I was disappointed when the included songs advertized with the game were not the songs that actually appear. That being said, the game still has some great music on it, and is a lot of fun; however, I really would have liked to see the Spice Girls, Aqua, Crash Test Dummies, Meredith Brooks, and others as promised... These, unfortunately, do not appear in the game.
Summary: I just bought this from Future Shop (in Canada) & it is a completely different playlist. Out of the 30 songs only 10 are the same as listed here. Still a good selection, but don't get your hopes up for a lot of the songs listed here.
Excerpt: "...this is a review for SingStar '90s, the review can apply to the SingStar games in general.) Although you sing along to music in these titles, I wouldn't classify the SingStar series as being karaoke games. [-] SingStar microphones are required, of which these will not work with non-Singstar titles. [+] The singing bars can be read similarly to a musical stave. [-] No such help when it comes to the rap sections. [-] But the singing scoring system ...
Pros: 30 music videos to sing along to, quick access between SingStar games
Cons: Requires SingStar mics, scoring system isn't great