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Karaoke Revolution Volume 2 (2004)

In the second installment of the Karaoke Revolution series, it features over 30 new songs made popular by various top artists and it now features a Medley Mode where you combine three of ... See full summary »

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In the second installment of the Karaoke Revolution series, it features over 30 new songs made popular by various top artists and it now features a Medley Mode where you combine three of your favorite shortened songs in this game together as one for extra challenge. The same rules apply as to the first Karaoke Revolution where the better you sing, the better reward you earn in the end of each song. Written by Oliver Kong

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13 July 2004 (USA)  »

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This is the first Karaoke Revolution video game series to feature the Medley mode where the player chooses the amount of short portions of the songs and perform altogether in one single game play. See more »

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Followed by Karaoke Revolution Volume 3 (2004) See more »

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(Pete Bellotte, Keith Forsey, Harold Faltermeyer)
Published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (C) 1979 All rights reserved.
Keyboards/Programming by Scott Dugdale
Guitar by Lance Taber
Bass by Darryl C. Anders
Vocals by Daline Jones (as Daline Jones-Weber)
Background Vocals by Susan Zelinsky
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