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Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol (2007)

This Karaoke Revolution video game series features 40 new songs made popular by various artists and certain original American Idol participants. Secondly, it features the all-new American ... See full summary »

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James Parker (additional script: Blitz Games)

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Cast

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Simon Cowell ... Himself - Judge (voice)
Randy Jackson ... Himself - Judge (voice)
Kenna Kelly Kenna Kelly ... Laura (voice)
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This Karaoke Revolution video game series features 40 new songs made popular by various artists and certain original American Idol participants. Secondly, it features the all-new American Idol Mode where you make your way to become the next American Idol depending on how well your singing performance is. Also features medley mode and a duet mode where two players can sing at the same time. Written by Anonymous

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Certificate:

E10+
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UK | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 January 2007 (USA) See more »

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Although this is the second game to feature American Idol, it is the first Karaoke Revolution (2003) video game series to present American Idol features. See more »

Quotes

[says it sometimes when you failed the song in "American Idol" mode]
Simon Cowell: [sarcastically strict] Stop. Stop! Stop! That's enough.
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Soundtracks

Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
(Elton John, Bernie Taupin)
Universal-Songs of Polygram Int., Inc. on behalf of HST Mgt. Ltd. and Universal - Polygram International Publishing,
Inc. on behalf of Rouge Booze Inc.
Vocals by Andrew Chaikin (as Kid Beyond)
Background Vocals: Austin Willacy and Moorea Dickason
Keyboards, Programming, Drums: Scott Dugdale
Guitars: Lance Taber
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