Ice Ice Baby: Complete SingStar 90’s Track List Revealed

SStar 90s-bundle set.jpg SingStar 90’s hit retail this week for the PS2 — both in standalone form for $30 and in a two-mic bundle for $50 — but if you’ve been waiting to see what the game’s full track list looks like before laying down the cash to pick up a copy, today your wait can come to an end. Now that the latest SingStar is on store shelves, SCEA has released the complete list of 90’s song classics featured in the game, and it’s quite the eclectic mix of R&B, Pop, Grunge and Rap. Just looking at the list takes me back to my middle school years when I’d wake up in the morning and flip on MTV to watch music videos while eating breakfast, which was basically listening to every single one of these songs. Ahh… those were the days. Although, for some reason that just makes me feel old, and I’m only 25…

Feel free to reminisce your way through the SingStar 90’s track list after the break.

Arrested Development – “Tennessee”
Boys II Men – “Motownphilly”
Chumbawumba – “Tubthumping”
Color Me Badd – “I Wanna Sex You Up”
Divinyls – “I Touch Myself”
En Vogue – “Free Your Mind”
Extreme – “More Than Words”
Gin Blossoms – “Hey Jealousy”
Hootie and the Blowfish – “Only Wanna Be With You”
Jesus Jones – “Right Here Right Now”
Len – “Steal My Sunshine”
MC Hammer – “U Can’t Touch This”
Natalie Imbruglia – “Torn”
New Kids On The Block – “Step By Step”
Nirvana – “Lithium”
Paula Abdul – “Opposites Attract”
Poison – “Unskinny Bop”
REM – “Everybody Hurts”
Santana (feat Rob Thomas) – “Smooth”
Savage Garden – “I Want You”
SEAL – “Kiss From A Rose”
SIR MIX A LOT – “Baby Got Back”
Sixpence None The Richer – “Kiss Me”
Soundgarden – “Black Hole Sun”
Spin Doctors – “Two Princes”
Stone Temple Pilots – “Plush”
The Cranberries – “Zombie”
Vanilla Ice – “Ice Ice Baby”
Wilson Phillips – “Hold On”

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