Let’s Dance with Mel B: Ubisoft Announces Full Track List

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If you’ve been debating whether or not you should buy the Let’s Dance with Mel B game when it arrives later this month, then I think we have news that could possibly sway your decision. Ubisoft has just announced the full track list for the new dance video game.

As recently noted over on the gamer4eva.com website, the track selection features a wide variety of dance styles including Latin, Party Classics, R&B and Urban. The Let’s Dance with Mel B game enables you and your friends to dance to a rhythm that’s best suited to you.

The track list includes Wannabe by the Spice Girls, Don’t Cha by the Pussy Cat Dolls, Gold by Spandau Ballet, Mama Do by Pixie Lott, Word Up by Cameo, Disturbia by Rihanna, Enola Gay by OMD, Karma Chameleon by Culture Club and Candela by Noelia.

Other songs include Mousse T’s All Night Long, 50 Cent’s In Da Club (the clean version), Holly Valance’s Kiss Kiss, Culture Club’s classic hit Karma Chameleon, This Love by Maroon 5, Pixie Lott’s Boys and Girls, Car Wash by Rose Royce, Lady Gaga’s Poker Face and Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive.

Let’s Dance with Mel B – which is available for the Xbox 360 Kinect, the Nintendo Wii and the PlayStation Move for PS3 – will be arriving on May 27th in Europe and the UK. The U.S. release date is yet to be announced. Do you like the sound of the Let’s Dance with Mel B game?

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  • Smith

    Sounds awesome. Already got it preordered.