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Album Review

Finally, a Glee album that avoids the usual pitfalls — the overtrained Broadway vets turning pop tunes into stiff Italian arias, Matthew Morrison’s repeated attempts at rapping — and starts to move beyond karaoke territory. Volume 6 still contains a handful of duds, but it also plays up the show’s creative side. “Rolling in the Deep” is stripped of its Motown arrangement and turned into a minimalist a cappella duet, with Jonathan Groff and Lea Michele trading verses over a gospel choir. “I Feel Pretty/Unpretty” combines Leonard Berstein with TLC, turning two seemingly incompatible songs into one of the show’s prettiest tributes to self-acceptance. “Dreams” sticks closer to its source material, but Kristin Chenoweth turns in a surprisingly spot-on Stevie Nicks impression, and Matthew Morrison’s backup harmonies are the stuff of cool restraint. The second half of the album doesn’t fare as well as the first — in a post Mamma Mia world, do we really need another lackluster version of “Dancing Queen?” — and some of the tracks could’ve been swapped out for better songs that didn’t make the cut, like Fleetwood Mac’s “I Don’t Wanna Know” (scathingly sung by Cory Monteith and Dianna Agron) and — believe it or not — Rebecca Black’s internet hit “Friday” (performed during the prom episode to surprisingly tuneful effect). Like most Glee soundtracks, this one has its homeruns and its strike-outs, but Volume 6 plays a better game than some of its predecessors.

Customer Reviews

Pretending <3 <3

We have all heard most of these songs by now, but I just have to say that Cory and Lea sound AMAZING together in "Pretending". The song is filled with such emotion and I can't wait to see them sing it in the episode. And "Bella Notte" is great and Charice sounds incredible in "As Long As You're There" and "Light Up the World" is really good too!! Soooooo excited for the finale, and yet really sad it is the finale.


But why am I paying for Chariece/Sunshine when I REALLY love my Glee kids, and don't like her at all?

Just Phenom

I love this album. I love Charice original song. Amazing put together for the end of the season.. i really dont understand the hates for Charice


Formed: 2009 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When Glee aired its first episode in May 2009, the TV show only attracted a fraction of the viewers who tuned in for American Idol, which was shown on the same channel just one hour prior. The numbers looked bleak, but Billboard's music charts told a different story the following week, when the Glee version of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" became a Top Five hit. Performed during the pilot by the castmates themselves, the song eventually sold over 700,000 downloads and paved the way for Glee's...
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