New Zealand-based online retailer Gameplanet Store has uncovered the next game in the SingStar PS2 series, or so it appears.

It's due for release in New Zealand on 3rd August, they say, and will draw its inspiration from the 1990s. Included are hits from MC Hammer and Seal, along with that bloody Wet Wet Wet song and New Kids On The Block to name a few.

Unfortunately Sony was unavailable to comment on its validity or when we could expect it in Europe. However, the presence of screenshots, a packshot, and a tracklist on Gameplanet seem to point to authenticity.

The full list of tracks follows, but be prepared for some alterations if it makes its way to Europe.

  1. Never Ever - All Saints
  2. Barbie Girl - Aqua
  3. Love Shack - B-52's
  4. One Week - Barenaked Ladies
  5. Achy Breaky Heart - Billy Ray Cyrus
  6. Horses - Daryl Braithwaite
  7. Unbelievable - EMF
  8. Here Comes the Hot Stepper - Ini Kamoze
  9. Stay - Lisa Loeb
  10. You Can't Touch This - MC Hammer
  11. Bitch - Meredith Brooks
  12. Movin' On Up - M People
  13. Torn - Natalie Imbruglia
  14. Step By Step - New Kids On The Block
  15. Where The Wild Roses Grow - Nick Cave & Kylie Minogue
  16. Unskinny Bop - Poison
  17. Creep - Radiohead
  18. Everyone Hurts - R.E.M.
  19. Only To Be With You - Roachford
  20. I Want You - Savage Garden
  21. Kiss From A Rose - Seal
  22. Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-a-lot
  23. Wannabe - Spice Girls
  24. Two Princes - Spin Doctors
  25. Pump Up The Jam - Technotronic feat. Felly
  26. Lovefool - Cardigans
  27. Zombie - The Cranberries
  28. Friday I'm In Love - The Cure
  29. I Touch Myself - The Divinyls
  30. Love Is All Around - Wet Wet Wet

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