Song Info
Released February 12, 2013 for Rock Band

830 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Pop/Dance/Electronic
Album: Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret (1981)

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Full Band

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Tainted Love (Lips)
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Beep Beep Dun Dun Bront
Ahh, guitar. Perfect instrument for... sound effects?

Yes, you get to play all the beeps. So, mostly nothing with stretches of 2 single notes followed by 2 chords. There's a few other notes in there in a few spots, but nothing to make it anything more than note sparse. At best, it's a bad keys chart. Sadly, it's the guitar chart (Keys get something better, which in this song, they should).

Now, it's still an awesome song, Bass and Keys are better (they have to be), and everyone knows it, so it'll be good for parties. Get the song, but not for the guitar chart.
02.14.13 3:08pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Instrument Played: Organ Dr Sardonicus
Tainted Love is an iconic song, and along with that comes an iconic organ line. Sadly, it doesn't translate very well into a RB chart. You play the same line over again, consisting of the G, A#, and D# notes played twice in a row, followed by a A# to C switch. You do this until the bridge, where you play a series of sustains, finishing with a chord. The only reason this song is a 2 is in the 2nd bridge section, where you play a sustain chord that stretches over with extended sustains. It's short, so it's not as bad as it could be, and it's at least engaging, since you're always playing, so it gets a 3.
06.22.13 3:59am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
A bit repetitive. Nicolas-1223
Don't get me wrong - keys are the main focus in this song. However, it's mighty repetitive, and while I won't give it a bad rating because of how iconic that keyboard line is, it's certainly not the most fun in the world.
02.23.13 7:06pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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