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Just Dance: Summer Party (and its PAL counterpart, Just Dance 2: Extra Songs) are games released during July 2011. The game features most of the DLC's from Just Dance 2 and two of the Best Buy exclusives.
- A "*" indicates that the song has been covered.
- A "()" indicates the artist name for the covered version of the song.
- A (3DLC) indicates that the song is also a DLC on Just Dance 3.
- A (4DLC) indicates that the song is also a DLC on Just Dance 4.
- A (G) indicates that the song is also on Just Dance: Greatest Hits and/or Best Of.
- A (K) indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Kids.
- A (K2) indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Kids 2.
- A (W) indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Wii.
- A (NOW) indicates that the song is also on Just Dance Now.
- A (JDU) indicates that this track is also available on Just Dance Unlimited.
|"Firework" (G) (NOW)(JDU)||Katy Perry||1||2||2010||Solo|
|"Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" (G) (NOW)(JDU)||A. R. Rahman and The Pussycat Dolls ft. Nicole Scherzinger||2||2||2009||Solo|
|"Pon de Replay" (G)||Rihanna||2||2||2005||Solo|
|"American Boy"||Estelle feat. Kanye West||2||1||2008||Duet|
|"Futebol Crazy" (3DLC) (G) (NOW)(JDU)||The World Cup Girls (as Paul J. Borg)||1||2||2009||Solo|
|"Maniac"*|| Michael Sembello|
|"Skin-To-Skin" (3DLC)||Sweat Invaders||1||3||1992||Solo|
|"Song 2" (K2)||Blur||2||2||1997||Solo|
|"Nine In The Afternoon" (NOW)(JDU)||Panic! at the Disco||1||1||2008||Duet|
|"Pump Up The Volume"||M/A/R/R/S||2||2||1987||Solo|
|"Funkytown"* (K) (NOW)(JDU)|| Lipps Inc.|
|"Born To Be Wild"||Steppenwolf||1||2||1967||Solo|
|"Professor Pumplestickle" (3DLC) (4DLC) (NOW)(JDU)||Nick Phoenix and Thomas J. Bergersen||3||1||2006||Duet|
|"Barbie Girl"* (G)|| Aqua|
(Countdown Dee's Hit Explosion)
|"Here Comes the Hotstepper"*|| Ini Kamoze|
(The Hit Crew)
|"Why Oh Why" (3DLC) (NOW)||Love Letter||1||1||2009||Duet|
|"Kung Fu Fighting" (G) (K) (NOW)(JDU)||Carl Douglas||2||2||1974||Duet|
|"You Can't Hurry Love" (W) (NOW)(JDU)||The Supremes||2||2||1966||Duet|
|"Down By The Riverside" (3DLC) (G) (NOW)(JDU)||The Reverend Horatio Duncan and Amos Sweets||2||1||1927||Solo|
|"Chicken Payback"||A Band of Bees||1||1||2004||Solo|
|"Crying Blood" (NOW)(JDU)||V V Brown||2||2||2008||Solo|
|"Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of Monika)"* (G) (NOW)(JDU)|| Lou Bega|
(The Lemon Cubes)
|"Moving on Up"*|| M People|
(The Lemon Cubes)
- This game features every Just Dance 2 DLC and brand exclusive, except for the following songs:
- On the Just Dance: Summer Party cover, the Should I Stay or Should I Go coach appears. However, the routine is not available in-game.
- This also occurs on the Just Dance 2: Extra Songs cover with It's Not Unusual.
- In the trailer, almost all of the routines shown are presented with incorrect pictograms and backgrounds.
- The 3 contest winners for When I Grow Up can be found in the game's files.
- These were likely left by mistake, as the files were left unchanged.
- Also, the DLC placeholders from Just Dance 2 were found.
- As in Just Dance 2 and Just Dance 3, the menu and start screen will turn golden when you achieve 5 stars on every song.
For a full list of Just Dance: Summer Party’s beta elements, see Just Dance: Summer Party/Beta Elements.
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