EA is expected to announce that it will be releasing a Beatles version of its SingStar game within days of The Beatles: Rock Band going on sale.

The news, leaked at games conference GamesCom in Germany to gaming industry mag MCV, suggests that EA is hoping to appeal to gamers not wanting to clutter up their house with instruments but still looking to get in on the "Love Love Me Do".

"MCV understands that SingStar: The Beatles will effectively be an instrument-free port of The Beatles: Rock Band, and will be exclusively released on PlayStation 3," the mag claims.

The title, which will come bundled with SingStar microphones, will be released "within days" of The Beatles: Rock Band's arrival on September 9th, MCV understands.

Sony's SingStar already has a number of dedicated band discs such as Abba, Queen, and Take That.

In related news, EA has also listed the tracks for The Beatles: Rock Band in full bar one mystery track it is holding back for the official release on the 9 September.

The full list will include 19 tracks:

"Boys" / Cavern Club
"A Hard Day's Night" / Ed Sullivan Theater
"I'm Looking Through You" / Shea Stadium
"If I Needed Someone" / Shea Stadium
"Ticket to Ride" / Shea Stadium
"Drive My Car" / Budokan
"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Getting Better" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Good Morning" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Hello, Goodbye" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Hey Bulldog" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Dear Prudence" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Helter Skelter" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Something" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Come Together" / Abbey Road Dreamscape
"Don't Let Me Down" / Rooftop Concert
"I Want You (She's So Heavy)" / Rooftop Concert
"I Me Mine" / Rooftop Concert