This song is fairly unique in the world of basses, and was especially so when it came out. It's also structured a bit unusually as a song, so I'll try my best to place them in the correct section musically.
The verse rhythm is eights rooted on the green, which goes something like G G B O G G R Y. After a few repetitions, it goes to a chord rhythm, and they keep going back and forth. Later in the song it gains some short scales between the two.
The chorus is hard to place in this song, but I'll say it's where Karen O. is going 'choke' a lot. This is repeated pull-offs from orange to green, and it doesn't last long enough to frustrate you.
The bridge of the song focuses around doublestrumming a lot, but moves around and it's got some really neat climbs in there.
Overall, it's got some unique and enjoyable rhythms to me, and doesn't go on long enough for any of them to really get old (although I'd be impressed if anyone can upstrum the doublestrum sections).
A problem I do have with it is that it's near identical to the guitar chart. This is not a coincidence, as the Yeah Yeah Yeahs don't have a dedicated bassist, so their guitarist does all the work there. As such, it's really not that unique of a bass if you've played the guitar chart, so it's probably only average then.
1/5 - If you focus on this instrument, you should not buy this song.
2/5 - Fans of the song/band should be wary if they focus on this instrument.
3/5 - Alright on this instrument, buy it if you're a fan.
4/5 - Fans of this instrument could benefit from checking out this song.
5/5 - If you focus on this instrument, you should buy this song.