Adele – Rolling In The Deep
Enrique Iglesias – Hero
Hanson – MmmBop
Lady Gaga – Bad Romance
Outkast – Hey Ya!
Rhianna – Don't Stop The Music
Tinie Tempah ft Eric Turner – Written In The Stars
Bruno Mars – Just The Way You Are
Fergie – Big Girls Don't Cry
Jason Mraz – I'm Yours
Lady Gaga – Born This Way
Owl City – Fireflies
Scissor Sisters – I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
Vanilla Ice – Ice Ice Baby
Wet Wet Wet – Love Is All Around
Coldplay – Clocks
Jessie J – Nobody's Perfect
Nelly Furtado – I'm Like A Bird
Peter Andre ft Bubbler Ranx – Mysterious Girl
Sonny & Cher – I Got You Babe
Village People – YMCA
Flo Rida ft David Guetta – Club Can't Handle Me
Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Florence + The Machine – Dog Days Are Over
Kelis – Milkshake
Nicole Scherzinger – Don't Hold Your Breath
Pussycat Dolls – When I Grow Up
The Killers – When You Were Young
Wham – I'm Your Man
Wretch 32 ft Example – Unorthadox
Seeing as this is We Sing: Pop, the setlist is bound to be quite heavy on the pop music – from the rubbish modern stuff like the singing forehead Adele, Rhianna's 'Don't Stop The Music' and 'Don't Hold Your Breath' by Nicole Scherzinger. It also, understandably, seems quite heavy on the new Queen of Pop, Lady Gaga, with both 'Born This Way' and 'Bad Romance' making their presence felt on the setlist. Turning the clock back a bit further, there's even an embarrassing guilty pleasure from our Editor's past in the form of Peter Andre's 'Mysterious Girl' [hey, what's embarassing about that? - Ed], as well as that favourite pick of ill-advised karaoke singers everywhere, Enrique Iglesias' Hero. Here's our friend, Sam the "YouTube Superstar's" attempt. Make sure you're sitting down.
While there's a definite bias towards newer stuff, the oldies haven't been forgotten, as there's old 80s hits like Cyndi Lauper's 'Girl's Just Want To Have Fun', a song which was originally written for a man before she commandeered it, as well as the number one single 'I'm Your Man' by Wham!, released a mere six months before they split - and even further back, there's 60s hit 'I Got You Babe' by Sonny And Cher.
What does seem unusual is that there's only thirty tracks this time round, when every one of the previous We Sing games (excluding the original) have had forty – why the scaling down? Has the game we've come to know and love had a serious overhaul? Or maybe they couldn't find thirty decent pop songs without starting to repeat artists? We'll have answers to these and more in the coming weeks, as we'll have a full review up shortly – so stay tuned!