"Bad Romance" is a song by American recording artistLady Gaga and the lead single from her second studio album, The Fame Monster. The track was produced by RedOne and was inspired by the paranoia that Gaga felt while touring from 2008 to 2009. After the demo version of the song leaked, Gaga premiered the song at Alexander McQueen's Spring/Summer 2010 show in the Paris Fashion Week, on October 6, 2009, followed by the release of the cover art. "Bad Romance" features a spoken bridge and full-throated chorus using lyrics that address being in love with one's best friend. (read more...)
Just as a quick note, I haven't heard anything in regards to new Downloadable Content. There were reports of Microsoft planning a Kinect version of Lips, but no one knows for sure. I'll keep updating the wiki in case something comes up.
I Love The 80s news: Adding up all re-releases this month, it seems 20 songs out of the 40 included on-disc will be available worldwide at the end of the month except in Mexico, where only 19 songs will be available for purchase. Check the game's soundtrack page for details.
February 13, 2011
Editorial Note: I've typed a little article on the current situation of the Lips series and my personal opinion. You can read about it by clicking the appropriate link. --Portalbox 21:47, February 13, 2011 (UTC)
Downloadable Content news: The wiki's speculation was right (as it almost always is!), February's DLC will see only re-releases from the 80s disc.
I Love The 80s news: During the first 2 weeks of re-released DLC, all songs were released worldwide except for Whip It which is not available in Mexico. So far, 20 out of the 40 on-disc songs have been released as DLC in the United States and Canada. 12 songs have been released in all locales except Mexico, which only has 11 songs from the 80s disc.
February 1, 2011
Downloadable Content news: It appears that February DLC will consist of previously released I Love The 80s songs but worldwide. Previously, some of these songs were only available on-disc or in the US and Canada.
I Love The 80s news: So far, 20 out of the 40 on-disc songs have been released as DLC in the United States and Canada. It seems 19 songs will be released worldwide by the end of the month.