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Final-final SingStar '80s tracklist

Double-final and no returns.

Sony has been in touch to let us know of a minor alteration to the final SingStar '80s track listing we told you about at the end of August.

For whatever reasons, INXS' Never Tear Us Apart has now gone from the game, replaced by Marillion's Kayleigh. Other tracks on the list (to fill out this paragraph) include Nena's 99 Red Balloons (sadly not the German version, which is infinitely superior), and Duran Duran's Rio (sadly not the Jesus & Santa version, which is infinite).

And, as you can see from the list we've cheekily pasted in below here, there are 27 others, and many of them are good. SingStar '80s is due out on PS2 this November, and should cost your neighbours their sanity.

  • Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
  • Dexy's Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen
  • Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
  • Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World
  • Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is A Place On Earth
  • Simple Minds - Don't You Forget (About Me)
  • The Cure - Just Like Heaven
  • Nena - 99 Red Balloons
  • Marillion - Kayleigh
  • Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Power Of Love
  • Blondie - Atomic
  • Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill
  • Foreigner - I Want To Know What Love Is
  • Fairground Attraction - Perfect
  • Europe - The Final Countdown
  • Soft Cell - Tainted Love
  • Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
  • Pretenders - Brass In Pocket
  • Billy Joel - Uptown Girl
  • Erasure - A Little Respect
  • Duran Duran - Rio
  • Starship - We Built This City
  • Katrina And The Waves - Walking On Sunshine
  • Tina Turner - Simply The Best
  • Madonna - Material Girl
  • Alice Cooper - Poison
  • Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger
  • Run DMC - It's Tricky
  • Dolly Parton - 9 To 5
  • Madness - Our House
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