This sequel to Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore (2008) now features some new additions to the character customization, 40 new songs made popular by various artists and a ... See full summary »

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This sequel to Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore (2008) now features some new additions to the character customization, 40 new songs made popular by various artists and a feature where you have a choice to sing an "Encore" after you become the winner of American Idol. Written by Anonymous

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The song "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow" which is a song originally performed by Paula Abdul is the only non-cover version out of the 40 song lists for this game. Since Paula Abdul made an appearance in this game, the designers decided to leave the song "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow" unchanged in it's original version while the other 39 songs for this game are cover versions. See more »

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[this is seen during the "Videos" menu of the scene called "Livin' On A Prayer #1", 27 year old Douglas Davidson from Texas auditions poorly for the song "Livin' On A Prayer"]
Douglas Davidson: [singing horribly and laughing nervously] She says we got hold on till what we got, it makes no difference if we make it or not, we got each other and that's so lot for love, we'll give it a shot...
Simon Cowell: [unimpressed] What the bloody-hell was that?
[the next scene shows David Cook auditioning the song "Livin' On A Prayer"]
David Cook: [...]
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Mr. Brightside
Written by Brandon Flowers, Dave Keuning, Mark Stoermer, Ronnie Vannucci (as Ronnie Jr. Vanucci)
© 2004 Universal Music Publ. Ltd. (PRS) All rights in the U.S. administered by Universal - Polygram Int.,
Inc. (ASCAP) All rights reserved. Used by permission.
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