Full tracklist revealed for Now game

Tubby Games has delved into the catalogue of hits from EMI, one of the world’s leading record labels, for its first release, Now! That’s What I Call Music: The Game.

The new games publisher has used its partnership with EMI to create a tracklist that features chart-toppers such as Lady Gaga’s ‘Born This Way’, Rihanna’s ‘Only Girl’, Eliza Doolittle’s ‘Pack Up’ and JLS’ ‘The Club is Alive’.

There are 20 songs that players can both sing and dance along to using a microphone and the Wii Remote. There are also five ‘dance only’ track and five that can only be sung, making for a total setlist of 30.

Now! That’s What I Call Music: The Game will be released exclusively for Wii this November.

Now That’s What I Call A Tracklist

Sing and Dance Tracks

Alexandra Burke – ‘All Night Long’

Alexandra Stan – ‘Mr. Saxobeat‘

Alexis Jordan – ‘Happiness’

Aloe Blacc – ‘I Need a Dollar’

Eliza Doolittle – ‘Pack Up ‘

Example – ‘Changed the Way You Kissed Me’

Flo Rida – ‘Club Can’t Handle Me‘

Jason Derulo – ‘Ridin’ Solo’

Jessie J – ‘Price Tag’

JLS – ‘The Club is Alive ‘

Kesha – ‘We R Who We R’

Lady Gaga – ‘Born This Way’

Mike Posner – ‘Cooler Than Me’

Ne-Yo – ‘Beautiful Monster’

Rihanna – ‘Only Girl’

Roll Deep – ‘Good Times’

Taio Cruz – ‘Dynamite’

Tinie Tempah – ‘Written in the Stars’

Willow Smith – ‘Whip Your Hair’

Wretch 32 – ‘Unorthodox’

Dance-only tracks

Calvin Harris – ‘Bounce’

Dizzee Rascal – ‘Dirtee Disco’

DJ Fresh – ‘Louder’

Duck Sauce – ‘Barbra Streissand’

Yolanda B. Cool – ‘We Speak No Americano’

Sing-only tracks

Plan B – ‘She Said’

Matt Cardle – ‘When We Collide’

Olly Murs – ‘Please Don’t (Let Me Go)’

The Wanted – ‘All Time Low’

Travie McCoy feat Bruno Mars – ‘Billionaire’

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