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26 new songs for SingStore

Chumbawamba, Starship, Flaming Lips, etc.

Sony has or at least is updating the SingStar SingStore with a bunch of new downloadable songs today, according to Three Speech.

English singers will be able to croon and bellow and generally annoy the neighbours along to the likes of Chumbawamba, Fine Young Cannibals, Jamiroquai, Savage Garden and Sister Sledge.

There are also updates for our friends in France, Italy, Portugal and Spain.

SingStore songs cost GBP 0.99 each and include the music, video and lyrics, obviously. The last update we remember introduced the likes of Toni Braxton and The Offspring.

The full list of new songs:


  • Chumbawamba - "Tubthumping"
  • Fine Young Cannibals - "She Drives Me Crazy"
  • Jamiroquai - "Virtual Insanity"
  • Natalia - "Fragile Not Broken"
  • Natalia - "I Survived You"
  • Natalia - "I Want You Back"
  • Natalia - "I've Only Begun To Fight"
  • Natalia - "Shelter"
  • One Love Family - "Reggae Music"
  • Savage Garden - "To The Moon And Back"
  • Simple Plan - "Shut Up!"
  • Sister Sledge - "Lost In Music"
  • Starship - "We Built This City"
  • The Flaming Lips - "Race For The Prize"
  • X-wife - "Ping Pong"
  • You Am I - "Berlin Chair"
  • You Am I - "Purple Sneakers"


  • Alizée - "Mademoiselle Juliette"
  • Anggun - "Etre Une Femme"
  • NZH - "Princess"
  • Sinclair - "Supernova Superstar"
  • Tina Arena - "Entends Tu Le Monde"


  • Giorgia - "Gocce Di Memoria"


  • Mind Da Gap - "Dedicatória"


  • Duncan Dhu - "Cien Gaviotas"
  • Gabinete Caligari - "El Calor Del Amor En Un Bar"

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