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Tap Along To 50 Songs From Fox TV's Glee on iPhone

By , on August 8, 2011

She's just a small town girl, living in a lonely world; She took the midnight train...

Just one of the tens of tens of classic pop anthems the cast of Fox TV phenomenon Glee has reinterpreted / mutilated over the past two seasons.

And now, iPhone gamers get the chance to tap along in time to their heart's content to these 'Gleeful' reinterpretations / mutilations of Lady Gaga's and Journey's hits.

Tap Tap Glee is Tapulous's newest rhythm-action game for Apple's mobile marvel, following in the relatively recent footsteps of Honolulu balladeer Bruno Mars's tie-in.

Tap Tap Glee's soundtrack comprises 50 tracks - all, natch, taken from the series - though only five of these cover versions are free from the outset.

You can purchase the remainder for 99c a pop, including Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' and Britney Spears's 'One More Time'.

In addition to the Guitar Hero-style main music game, Tap Tap Glee encourages you to slushy a friend on his / her Facebook Wall, to investigate the Glee characters' bios in the Yearbook, and to top a Glee Trivia leaderboard.

Or you could always just listen to a record. I recommend The White Album by The Beatles.