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With a USB Headset/Microphone in your possession, this game will let you choose from over 35 songs made popular by various top artists to sing. As you sing in the game, you will gain the ... See full summary »

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With a USB Headset/Microphone in your possession, this game will let you choose from over 35 songs made popular by various top artists to sing. As you sing in the game, you will gain the amount of points depending on each lyrics phrases you sing. If you can keep it up with the rhythm, you are sure to gain a big score at the end of each song earning either a Gold or a Platinum Record and unlocking various rewards at the conclusion of each songs. However, if you perform very poorly with each lyrics phrase, chances are you will possibly get booed off the stage. Written by Oliver Kong

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5 November 2003 (USA)  »

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The Xbox version of this game which was released later after the PlayStation 2 version featured 10 popular Motown songs. Neither of these 10 songs are cover versions since they were performed by the actual artists (only in the past recording of the song). See more »

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[seen during the FMV of WaveGroup]
Interviewer: You know, for one thing, you don't look like Norah Jones. Can you sing like her?
Scott Dugdale: No, I can't. And I'm not even going to attempt it.
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Followed by Karaoke Revolution Volume 3 (2004) See more »

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Chain Of Fools
(Don Covay)
(C) 1967 (Renewed) Pronto Music (BMI), Fourteenth Hour Music, Inc. (BMI) All rights on behalf of Fourteenth Hour Music,
Inc. (BMI) & Spring Time Music, Inc. (BMI) Administered by Pronto Music (BMI) All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Bass by Darryl C. Anders (as Darryl Anders)
Drums by Bryant Mills
Guitars by Lance Taber, Ken Harrill
Vocals by Tambora Stampley
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