EA reveals Boogie tracks

Electronic Arts has announced the track listing for Boogie, its forthcoming Wii rhythm game, due out in August.

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Electronic Arts has announced the track listing for Boogie, coming to the Wii in August. The game will feature 38 cover songs--but no original versions--from the present, the 90s, the 80s and the 70s. The title will ship with a karaoke microphone so that gamers can record their dulcet tones, and will also have them dancing and creating their own music videos with pre-created characters.

The full track listing is as follows:

Black Eyed Peas -- "Let's Get It Started"
Blondie -- "One Way Or Another"
Britney Spears -- "I'm A Slave 4 U"
Britney Spears -- "Oops I Did It Again"
The B-52's -- "Love Shack"
Carl Douglas -- "Kung Fu Fighting"
Chic -- "Le Freak"
The Commodores -- "Brick House"
Culture Club -- "Karma Chameleon"
Cyndi Lauper -- "Girls Just Want To Have Fun"
Daft Punk -- "One More Time"
Dee-Lite -- "Groove Is In The Heart"
Fergie -- "Fergalicious"
Gypsy Kings -- "Baila Me"
Jackson 5 -- "ABC"
Jackson 5 -- "Dancing Machine"
Jackson 5 -- "I Want You Back"
Jamiroquai -- "Canned Heat"
Jamiroquai -- "Virtual Insanity"
Jennifer Lopez -- "Get Right"
Katrina & The Waves -- "Walking On Sunshine"
KC And The Sunshine Band -- "That's The Way (I Like It)"
Kelis -- "Milkshake"
Kool & The Gang -- "Celebration"
Lou Bega -- "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of...)"
M -- "Pop Muzik"
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas -- "Dancing in the Street"
MC Hammer -- "U Can't Touch This"
Pink -- "Get The Party Started"
Pussycat Dolls Feat. Busta Rhymes -- "Don'tcha"
Red Hot Chili Peppers -- "Love Rollercoaster"
Rihanna -- "SOS"
Simply Red -- "Stars"
Sister Sledge -- "We Are Family"
Taste Of Honey -- "Boogie Oogie Oogie"
Thalia -- "Tu Y Yo"
The Village People -- "YMCA"
The Weather Girls -- "It's Raining Men"

Boogie will be released on August 31 in Europe, and August 7 in North America.

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