'Wii Music' Track List Revealed


Posted October 16, 2008 - By Stephen Johnson

Nintendo Wii game Wii Music is very cool: We've played it a couple times, and while it's more difficult to explain than something like Rock Band, playing it is a unique, engrossing and altogether fun experience, especially if you're creative and like good music. Nintendo released the track list of licensed songs today to stoke that creativity. Check it out:

  •  "Chariots of Fire" (theme) - Vangelis
  •  "Daydream Believer" - made famous by The Monkees
  • "Every Breath You Take" - Sting
  •  "I'll be There" - made famous by The Jackson 5
  •  "I've Never Been to Me" - made famous by Charlene
  •  "Material Girl" - Madonna
  •  "Please Mr. Postman" - made famous by The Marvellettes
  •  "September" - Earth, Wind & Fire
  •  "Suriyaki"- Kyu Sakamoto*
  •  "The Loco-Motion" - made famous by Little Eva
  •  "Woman" - John Lennon
  • "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" - George Michael
  • "Jingle Bell Rock" - made famous by by Bobby Helms
  • "Do-Re-Mi" - Rogers and Hammerstein (from The Sound of Music)

Keep in mind, these are the licensed tracks. Wii Music also comes with a ton of "public domain" songs and Nintendo-specific tunes. Like, say, the theme to Legend of Zelda.

Nintendo's Wii Music comes out on October 20th.

Tags: Music, Videogames, Wii
'Wii Music' Track List Revealed


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