Song Info
Released October 25, 2011 for Rock Band

1544 users have this song ($2)    
204 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Glam
Album: Permission to Land (2003)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
I Believe in a Thing Called Love (Rocksmith)
I Believe in a Thing Called Love (Guitar Hero Live)
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One of the best Guitar charts! Poinkish
"Really didn't expect this one to be as fun as it actually was. Fun chordy sections during the main chorus, and three extremely well charted solos makes for me, easily one of the best RB3 songs to come out yet, and easily in my top 10 of all time on Guitar. Totally reccomend this one to anybody out there. The last solo is AMAZING!"
10.25.11 5:36pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
I Believe in a Thing Called Falsetto! Person-Man
Just a great great song to get your Rockband blood pumping, and to also know that harmonix still is thinking about us and the DLC we want.

This song on vocals lives up the to the hype of being GREAT!

When your singing you get a great vocal work out. I didn't even warm up for this song either, I went in, sight read it, 100%. The song is easer than I thought (Or wanted) It to be but that is not at all taking away on how fekkin fun this song is!

You will wish Justine Beber could give you some singing lessons for this song (Not really.)

The high notes are the easiest hardest notes I have had to hit. I can not stress how much easier this song is than it was portrayed to be. This is a very very easy 5-dot. Hell it could pass as a 4. But its still fun an has a replay value of over 9000.

Another thing iI have not really talk about is voxing ability. It is a very great song to Voxbass, and Voxguitar. Voxbass because the bass chart is simple, and Voxguitar because the only time the guitar get difficult your not singing.

All in all great song perfect for solo or band play. The second most entertaining vocals song in rockband.

I give this a vocal score of 10/10 for being what it is. 'I Believe in a thing Called Love' by The Darkness
10.25.11 4:07pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
GUITAR! Person-Man
All I can say is YES! The Darkness!

This song is great for all instruments, Bass, Guitar, and or corse Vocals!!!

The song on guitar is difficult but not hard. This song is fun to play and just jam with your buddies, or alone. Its a perfect song.

My complaints about the song is that is severely under charted. Your hearing allot of HOPO's that are not charted and should be. The beginning deserves about 2 or 3 HOPO's and during the breakdown clapping section its missing many fun guitar opportunities that would be just fantastic.

The solos are amazing, the first two are very easy and the last one is just the icing on this darkness cake.

All in all great song, perfect buy for any one no matter what you play, and Pro upgrade aint bad either.

I give this song a 10/10 on guitar for a great Hard:Fun ratio giving you a very good balance of fun and a challenge.
10.25.11 3:57pm 3 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
This has got to be one of the best songs ever released in Rock Band. The whole song is extremely fun to play. The chart starts off with some chord sections which occur during the choruses. Also, in the song are three guitar solos, each of which are a blast to play.

The first solo consists of simple chords and chord hammer-ons which are no problem to hit.

The second solo consists of sustains, chord hammer-ons and some very nice hammer-on sweeps.

The third and final guitar solo is probably the highlight of this song. You start off with some simple sustains going into a really fun hammer-on section where you hold down the green button with one finger and tap each of the other notes with another finger.

After the solos, comes the chorus once again finishing with a Big Rock Ending which is really fitting here.

Overall, this has to rank in the top 10 guitar songs I have played. I recommend you get this song NOW!

10.26.11 3:11pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
I Believe... This chart is LOVE moopuns
Finally, this week is not crappy on Guitar! An easy song to play to until you get to THREE fun solos! Sure, they're a bit hard, but it's probably the best thing since toasted butter!
...What? It's not invented yet? WELL IT SHOULD BE!
Get this on your setlist and you'll be 20% cooler... Now, I just need the guitar-coming-out-of-the-ceiling deal set up...
10.30.11 10:02pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
JUST YES moopuns
Either you know this song by heart and practiced your falsetto voice, or you'll be laughing too damn hard on this one. =D

One of my all-time favorite songs is finally on Rock Band, I couldn't resist, and it was easy (to me) but yet still fun to do! MUST GET FOR VOCALISTS!
10.30.11 9:58pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Almost nothing to play vct
This is one of those songs I would prefer if they did not chart the keyboard. You play nothing for multiple minutes and when you play it is some neglectible stuff. Don't buy this for keyboard.
10.27.11 11:17am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
This is what Plasti-tar is about! Bront
This is the type of song I love on the old plastic guitar.

You get a fun mix of singles and chords, with a lot of movement outside of the solos. There are a few sustains, but rarely that long, and only a few streams of the same note in a row, and again, broken up in several different spots in the song. You also get 3 solos. Given HMX's charting of late, I expected more difficult solos given the song's tiering, but they were fun and mixed without being extremely difficult, being a mix of some normal strumming, some HOPO chord parts, and some noodling HOPO fretwork that wasn't extremely difficult. Each solo has it's own personality, and blends in well for the full on glam revival sound of the song.

I'll admit it, I have a soft spot for hair/glam metal, and this hits that spot nicely with the chart, the vocals, the lyrics, and even the video (check it out if you haven't yet). Still, I think this is worth owning simply for the guitar chart. It's a newer song, but it seems to be pretty popular, and generally this style of music goes over well with parties in my experience, so probably a great party song. While I don't Voxtar, it seems like it might work well for a good Voxtar song as the solos are generally lyric free, while the rest of the song is a bit easier while you're singing.
10.26.11 5:19am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
I Believe in a Thing Called Funk! Person-Man
(Review title dose not mean the song is funky bass)

When playing this song on bass you relies that after playing every other instrument that bass is the most constant moving chart in the song. When i say constant mind you I mean never stop hitting buttons, and not thats its fast.

Its a very simple bass chart that is charted over nice and full, I feel it is not over or under-charted giving the song a better feel while playing.

Its a very simple bas chart also, easy to play, easy to GS, and FC. A nice warm up song for guitarist and bassist looking to loosen up for the harder stuff.

Not much els I can say about this song, its great, and has a fun simple bass chart.

I give this bass review a 10/10 for simplicity at its finest.
10.25.11 4:12pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Well... Decibelle
The only reason why this has a 2* is because of the second part when the keys come in, where you play some chords that move around the keyboard quite a bit. It's short, and not enough to save it from being awful, but it's something, isn't it?
03.24.13 6:41pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Bleh Nicolas-1223
Another one of those crappy keys charts; you sit around for literally almost 3 minutes before you actually play something worth noting, and even then, the part in question is really underwhelming. Like someone said earlier, don't buy this for the keys. Definitely not the point of interest.
02.24.13 4:18am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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