Devo - Uncontrollable Urge tab version 2

Devo - Uncontrollable Urge
Tuning: Standard

This might not be exactly how it is originally played, but this is a simple way to play
that sounds very similar. The only part that sounds off is the intro riff, but it's not
far off.

If you have a problem reading that tab try copying it and pasting it in a notepad
and change the font to Lucida Console. This font has all characters the same size, so 
be easier to read.

There are only four different parts, I'm just going to tab them out then list the order
the bottom.

Intro Riffe|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|B|-4-4-4h5~--4-4-4h5~--4-4-4h5~---|-5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5--|G|-4-4-4h5~--4-4-4h5~--4-4-4h5~---|-5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5--|D|-4-4-4h5~--4-4-4h5~--4-4-4h5~---|-5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5--|A|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
The 4 to 5 doesn't necessarily have to be a hammer-on, it could be a slide or simply the "chord" being strummed, a hammer-on isn't necessary.
Main Riffe|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|B|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|G|-9---7---6-----9---7--7--6--6---|-xx9---7---6-----9---7--7--6--6-|D|-9---7---6-----9---7--7--6--6---|-xx9---7---6-----9---7--7--6--6-|A|-7---5---4-----7---5--5--4--4---|-xx7---5---4-----7---5--5--4--4-|E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
The x's before the E power chord are swift picking done as you move your hand back from #C power chord. They don't have to be muted strums, they could be open notes, muteds random notes as a slide from chord to chord, or just the E power chord. It isn't all important.
Bridging Riffe|--------------------------------|B|---*---*-------*-------*---*---*|G|---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6|D|---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6|A|---4---4---4---4---4---4---4---4|E|---4---4---4---4---4---4---4---4|
The chords marked with a * can either be played as a palm mute or as x's or simply not at all (I wouldn't recommend the last one). The transition from this to either the main riff or the transition riff is identical, all the chords are fully played as opposed to just the ones without the *'s.
Transition Riffe|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|B|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|G|--11~-------11---9~--------9----|-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7|D|--11~---11-------9~---9---------|-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7|A|---9~------9-----7~------7------|-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5|E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
For this just play an #F power chord then strum the individual nots on the D, then A, G strings then repeat for the E power chord, the rest is self-explanatory. There, those are the four riffs, now here's the order: Intro Riff Main Riff x2 Bridging Riff x9 Bridging Transition Main Riff Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff (Only play first bar) Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff (Only play first bar) Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff (Only play first bar) Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff x2 Transition Riff Main Riff x2 Bridging Riff x6 Main Riff Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff (Only play first bar) Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff (Only play first bar) Bridging Riff x2 Main Riff x2 Transition Riff Main Riff x4 Bridging Riff x 25 Bridging Transition Main Riff Bridging Riff Main Riff This might have minor issues, but Oh Well.
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