Relive the most memorable music decade with unforgettable tracks on SingStar® Back To The '80s!

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Full Track List Revealed Today

London, 13th September 2011. SingStar® Back To The ' 80s from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's London Studios, comes packed with 30 classic tracks from the '80s that are guaranteed to throw you back to your school disco days. For the first time, a full list of the unforgettable tunes you will be reliving on PlayStation®3, this autumn 2011 has been revealed.

Complete with original videos[1], the SingStar® Back To The ' 80s line up captures the true spirit of the '80s. You can sing your heart out to Wham! and their classic hit ‘Freedom', Beastie Boys and renowned track ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)' and not forgetting The Human League with ‘Don't You Want Me' to name but a few - you will be forgiven for believing you're back in the days when blue eye shadow and acid washed jeans were a must.

The track list is full of the most treasured tunes that the ‘80s era had to offer, including the incredible Soul II Soul, Kim Wilde, Elton John and melodic icon Jennifer Rush - so backcomb your hair, pull on your fingerless lace gloves and grab your neon legwarmers to sing along to original classic '80s tunes.


Act Name

Song Name


Poison Arrow

Beastie Boys

(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)


When Will I Be Famous?

Daryl Hall & John Oates



Rhythm Of The Night

Def Leppard


Deniece Williams

Let's Hear It For The Boy

Duran Duran

The Wild Boys

Elton John

I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues

George Michael


Glenn Medeiros

Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You



Jennifer Rush

The Power Of Love

J. Geils Band


Kim Carnes

Bette Davis Eyes

Kim Wilde

You Keep Me Hangin' On


Love & Pride

Neneh Cherry

Buffalo Stance

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark

Enola Gay

Pat Benatar

Love Is A Battlefield

Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder

Together In Electric Dreams


Your Love Is King

Soul II Soul Featuring Caron Wheeler

Keep On Movin'

Spandau Ballet


The Human League

Don't You Want Me

Tight Fit

The Lion Sleeps Tonight




Dancing With Tears In My Eyes




Here I Go Again

So what are you waiting for? Grab a mic, dust off your shoulder pads, start practising and experience the unforgettable 1980s.


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