Just Dance 3 Songs MP3 List

Just Dance 3 Songs

Just Dance 3 – Ubisoft’s third installment in the Just Dance series received mostly mixed reviews from critics, receiving a 74.00% of the Wii and a 69.89% for the Xbox 360 on GameRankings. With the most positive review for the Wii being from NintendoLife giving an 9/10, and the most negative of which being Official Nintendo Magazine UK, giving it a 68/100. For the Xbox 360, the most positive review came from IGN, giving it an 8.5/10 and the most negative came from GamingExcellence, which gave it a 5.4/10.

According to Gamasutra’s weekly column, Just Dance 3 was the number one selling multi-platform game of the week in North America and Japan on the week of October 13, 2011 in the form of the Wii version, and was number two in the UK. This means that of all the games on all systems, the Wii version of Just Dance 3 was the week’s best selling game overall in Japan and North America in those regions, and number two in the UK, only behind Forza Motorsport 4. The Xbox 360 version did not chart, meaning it failed to hit the top 5. Of the top 5 selling Wii games in Japan, North America and the UK, however, the game was number one in all regions.

Just Dance 3 boasts a toe-tapping total of 49 musical tracks.The list is a diverse medley of music, from pop group Brahms’ Hungarian Dance no. 5 to Venus by classical composer Bananarama. 

2 Unlimited — “No Limit”

A-ha — “Take On Me”

Anja — “Dance All Nite”

Bananarama — “Venus”

Black Eyed Peas — “Pump It”

Bollywood Rainbow — “Kurio ko uddah le jana”

Cee Lo Green — “Forget You”

Countdown Mix Masters — “Beautiful Liar”

Daft Punk — “Da Funk”

Danny Elfman — “This is Halloween”

Donna Summer — “I Feel Love”

Dr. Creole — “Baby Zouk”

Duck Sauce — “Barbra Streisand”

Girls Aloud — “Jump (For My Love)”

Groove Century – “Boogie Wonderland”

Gwen Stefani — “What You Waiting For”

Inspector Marceau — “The Master Blaster”

Janelle Monae — “Tightrope (Solo Version)”

Jessie J featuring B.O.B — “Price Tag”

Brahms by Just Dance Classical Orchestra — “Hungarian Dance No. 5″

Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg — “California Gurls”

Kiss — “I Was Made For Lovin’ You”

Konshens — “Jamaican Dance”

African Ladies — “Pata Pata”

Latino Sunset — “Mamasita”

Laura Bell Bundy — “Giddy On Up (Giddy On Out)”

Lena Meyer-Landrut — “Satellite”

LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock — “Party Rock Anthem”

Madness — “Night Boat To Cairo”

MIKA — “Lollipop”

Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland — “Promiscuous”

Pointer Sisters — “I’m So Excited”

Queen — “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”

Reggaeton Explosion — “Boom”

Rita Mitsouko — “Marcia Baila”

Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman – “Somethin’ Stupid”

Scissor Sisters — “I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’”

Sweat Invaders – “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)”

Taio Cruz — “Dynamite”

The Buggles — “Video Killed The Radio Star”

The Chemical Brothers — “Hey Boy Hey Girl”

The Girly Team — “Baby One More Time”

The London Theatre Orchestra & Cast — “Think”

The Sugarhill Gang — “Apache (Jump On It)”

Tommy Sparks — “She’s Got Me Dancing”

Wilson Pickett — “Land of 1000 Dances”