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Hanging on the Telephone
Blondie
Parallel Lines
Parallel Lines
RaitingFF
Family Friendly
Information
Released 1978
Genre Pop-Rock
Language English
Source Downloadable song
also on iPhone OS
also in Mobile version
Playable in
Rock Band
Rock Band 2
Rock Band 3
Rock Band Blitz
Lego Rock Band
Rock Band iPhone
Difficulty
Band 1FcircleUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce
Basic Pro
Guitar 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Bass 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Drums 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Keys NoNo Part NoNo Part
Vocals 0UFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce 0UFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce
Difficulty (on iPhone OS)
Band 1FcircleUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce
Guitar 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Bass 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Drums 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Vocals 0UFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce
Details
Female singer
Guitar Solo
Vocal Tambourine
3-part Harmonies



"Hanging on the Telephone" is a song by Blondie which was actually first recorded by The Nerves, who released it on their one and only EP, in 1976 - making them a no-hit wonder? The song was written by the band's guitarist Jack Lee. Fortunately it was picked up on by Blondie, and backed by "Will Anything Happen?" and "Fade Away And Radiate" it reached number 5 in the UK singles chart. Running to a mere 2 minutes 17 seconds, it was purely a commercial song and was Blondie's second release from the Parallel Lines album on the Chrysalis label. (thanks, Alexander Baron - London, England)

Jack Lee also wrote Paul Young's debut US hit "Come Back And Stay."

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