We Sing 80S Will Have You Singing all Night Long With their Latest Track Reveal
Monday 10th September: Nordic Games today announced the third group of tracks for the much anticipated We Sing 80s due for release on September 28th.

The past two weeks have seen 14 of 30 tracks from the 1980s that will feature in the sing-along music sensation that is We Sing 80s. This week a further eight tracks are revealed via the Facebook Jukebox app and fans using the app will be given the chance to get their hands on a copy before anyone else.

The third batch of songs to be revealed is:
· Queen – I Want to Break Free
· Toto – Africa
· Frankie Goes to Hollywood – The Power of Love
· Starship – Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now
· The Human League – Don’t You Want Me
· Sade – Smooth Operator
· Lionel Ritchie – All Night Long (All Night)
· Cameo – Word Up!

One of the most famous rock bands in history, Queen, make their way on the tracklist for We Sing 80s with I Want To Break Free. In April 1984, the song hit number three in the UK and featured in the top 10 of a number of European and Latin American countries.

Africa, sung by rock band Toto featured on their 1982 album Toto IV. It reached number three in the UK Singles Chart in February 1983 and in the same month Africa took the sates by storm and achieved the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Released by Frankie Goes to Hollywood in November 1984, The Power of Love had a slower melodic rhythm that stood out from other tracks. With the video’s decidedly festive theme, the track reached the top of the tree as the Christmas number one in the UK.

Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now, recorded by American rock band Starship hit number one in the Billboard Hot 100 on April 4, 1987. The song’s meteoric rise saw it reach number one in the UK Singles Chart for up to four weeks the following month and became the UK's second biggest selling single of 1987.

One of the most memorable tracks of the 80s, Don’t You Want Me sung by The Human League had music lovers euphoric, with 1,400,000 copies sold in the UK, making it the 25th most successful single in UK Singles Chart history. In 1981, Don’t You Want Me hit was Christmas number 1 in the United Kingdom and later topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks in the United States in July 1982.

Smooth Operator was the fourth and final single to be released from the group Sade from their debut album Diamond Life in 1984.The song lives up to its name with beautiful instrumental and smoothly sung lyrics. It peaked at number five in the US Billboard Hot 100 charts and was Sade’s most successful international hit.

The ever famous Lionel Ritchie raised his profile ever more with timeless classic All Night Long (All Night). Lionel Ritchie took a new dance approach, which proved popular and helped All Night Long reach number one on three Billboard charts (Pop, R&B and Adult Contemporary). It was also a huge success in the UK, remaining at number two on the UK Singles Chart for three weeks.

Cameo, the soul-influenced funk group from America focused on their funk dance tracks and the track Word Up! saw a continuation of that theme. The song was an immense success in the 80s making many chart appearances, with Cameo’s first US Top 40 hit peaking at number six. Word Up! also spent three weeks at number one on the US Hot Black Singles chart, one week at number one on the US Hot Dance Singles chart and reached number three in the United Kingdom.

We Sing 80s will be released on September 28th. The remaining eight songs will be unveiled next week and you can check out the playlist to date on the Facebook app: http://www.facebook.com/WeSingGame

About Nordic Games Publishing
Nordic Games Publishing is the wholly owned publishing arm of Nordic Games Holding AB. Formed in 2008; Nordic Games Publishing launched its first titles on PS2 and Wii™ in April 2009 and now successfully sells and markets its games in over 20 countries.

Its We Sing range of games for Wii™ first went on sale in November 2009. Since that time it has reached genre-leading status, while remaining the first singing games to support four microphones. There are currently seven released titles: We Sing, We Sing Encore, We Sing Robbie Williams, We Sing UK Hits, We Sing Rock! and We Sing Pop! and the localised titles We Sing Down Under and We Sing Deutsche Hits.

Join We Sing online: www.WeSingGame.com, on Twitter www.Twitter.com/WeSingGame and Facebook www.Facebook.com/WeSingGame

Nordic Games recently released the first extension to its ‘We’ range of games We Dance. Supporting four dancers at any one time it features 40 tracks across four decades and a variety of genres.

Join We Dance online: www.WeDanceGame.com, on Twitter www.Twitter.com/WeDanceGame and Facebook www.Facebook.com/WeDanceGame

Nordic Games also continues to enjoy commercial success with two multiformat releases under the Dance Party banner and the publisher has nine racing games currently in the market. Nordic Games welcomes fun, engaging and original game concepts and is always seeking to engage the best development talent. For more information please visit: www.nordicgames.se.