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Store:  Party Games, Family Games
Series:  Songburst
Theme:  Music
Genre:  Trivia

Songburst: Country & Western edition


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Players
3 or more

Manufacturer(s): Hersch

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Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): Hersch

  • Year: 1993

  • Players: 3 or more

  • Weight: 700 grams (estimated)

Product Reviews

 
 
 
 
 

Average Rating: 4.5 in 2 reviews


 
 
 
 
 
by Leah
Fun at parties for all music buffs
May 29, 2000

If you think you know that tune, wait until the pressure is on! It is hard to remember what the lyrics of a particular song are, especially under pressure.

The game is a load of fun for close friends, and party groups. Get ready to hear some awful notes though as your non-singing friends attempt to croon the crowd with their own renditions of the missing lyrics.

The rules are a bit of a mess so we invented our own rules and play our own way. The cards alone are good enough to play the game.

Have fun!

 
 
 
 
 
Great fun for music fans
April 11, 2002

This is a very fun and easy party game for any group of pop/rock music lovers (but if there are non-music lovers in the crowd, it won't work). You might run across it in a garage sale, and if you do, grab it. The best is to have both the 50s/60s and the 70s/80s editions and mix them together; this makes the best and most balanced overall challenge, especially if there are different generations in the group. Works best with larger groups, otherwise you really need a card reader who doesn't play.

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