Glee: The Music, Vol. 4

Glee: The Music, Vol. 4

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Get ready for Glee: The Music, Volume 4, featuring 18 brand-new songs from Season Two, including performances from special guests Gwyneth Paltrow and newcomer Darren Criss.

Glee: The Music, Volume 4 includes such memorable numbers as "Billionaire," "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," and "Empire State of Mind." The collection also includes four songs from

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Get ready for Glee: The Music, Volume 4, featuring 18 brand-new songs from Season Two, including performances from special guests Gwyneth Paltrow and newcomer Darren Criss.

Glee: The Music, Volume 4 includes such memorable numbers as "Billionaire," "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," and "Empire State of Mind." The collection also includes four songs from the much talked about "Britney/Brittany" episode, which clocked 16.1 million viewers. From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
11/30/2010
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0886977921421
catalogNumber:
779214
Rank:
42866

Tracks

  1. Empire State of Mind  - Naya Rivera
  2. Billionaire  - Mark Salling
  3. Me Against the Music  - Naya Rivera
  4. Stronger  - Mark Salling
  5. Toxic
  6. The Only Exception
  7. I Wanna Hold Your Hand  - Chris Colfer
  8. One of Us  - Amber Riley
  9. River Deep Mountain High  - Naya Rivera
  10. Lucky  - Chord Overstreet
  11. One Love (People Get Ready)  - Mark Salling
  12. Teenage Dream  - Darren Criss
  13. Forget You  - Amber Riley
  14. Marry You  - Harry Shum
  15. Sway
  16. Just the Way You Are  - Cory Monteith
  17. Valerie  - Naya Rivera
  18. I've Had The Time Of My Life  - Chord Overstreet

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Glee   Primary Artist
Jon Hall   Vocals
Colin Benward   Vocals
David Loucks   Vocals
Adam Anders   Vocals
Jenna Ushkowitz   Vocals
Onitsha   Vocals
John Kwon   Background Vocals
Jeanette Olsson   Vocals
Windy Wagner   Vocals
Storm Lee   Vocals
Samantha Jade   Vocals
Heather Morris   Vocals
Ravaughn Brown   Vocals
Matthew Morrison   Vocals
Missi Hale   Vocals
Lea Michele   Vocals
Dianna Agron   Vocals
Chris Colfer   Vocals
Kamari Copeland   Vocals
Kevin McHale   Vocals
Cory Monteith   Vocals
Zac Poor   Vocals
Amber Riley   Vocals
Tim Davis   Vocals
Jack Thomas   Background Vocals
Drew Ryan Scott   Vocals
Nikki Anders   Vocals
Chord Overstreet   Vocals
Mark Salling   Vocals
Naya Rivera   Vocals
Kala Balch   Vocals
Darren Criss   Vocals
Sam Cantor   Background Vocals
Penn Rosen   Background Vocals
Kent McCann   Background Vocals
Evan Powell   Background Vocals
Eric Morrissey   Background Vocals
Eli Seidman   Background Vocals
Conor Flynn   Background Vocals
Cailin Mackenzie   Background Vocals
Michael B. Grant   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Bob Marley   Composer
John Lennon   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Ellie Greenwich   Composer
Phil Spector   Composer
Tommy Faragher   Producer
Sally Stevens   Arranger
Ed Boyer   Arranger,Engineer,Vocal Arrangements
David Bett   Art Direction
Josh Cheuse   Art Direction
Britney Spears   Composer
Adam Anders   Arranger,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Arrangements
Alex Anders   Engineer
Peer Astrom   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Stefan Persson   Horn Arrangements
Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald   Composer
Bryan Smith   Engineer
Ryan Murphy   Producer
Kerstin Thörn   String Arrangements
Katy Perry   Composer
Martin Persson   Arranger,Programming,Orchestration
Dante DiLoreto   Soundtrack Executive Producer
Tim Davis   Vocal Arrangements
Madonna Ciccone   Composer
Brad Falchuk   Soundtrack Executive Producer
Robert Smith   Engineer

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Glee: The Music, Vol. 4 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Hermanucleosis More than 1 year ago
I've been a fan of Glee since season 1 - both the plot and the talented actors. But, this CD is probably my favorite. With fellow Starkid Darren Criss covering Katy Perry's Teenage Dream, and Naya Rivera doing a great cover of Valarie, this album is one that everyone can enjoy. Chris Colfer leads his voice to a classic Beetles song, and of course the Britney/Brittany episode - which has to be my favorite (Or extremely close behind Never Been Kissed). Every genre of music is given, and you won't be disappointed !
lisalan More than 1 year ago
who provide the back-up tracks on "Teenage Dream" (they aren't seen on the episode, their tracks are lip synced by actors). They're college kids, just singing for the pleasure of it and for the recognition of the group, the Tufts Beelzebubs, which was founded in the 60's. Their earnings go to fund the groups' tours, CD's and community projects. Darren Criss (the on camera talent and actual lead on "Teenage Dream") is terrific. I hope someday they'll perform live together.
morrigan80 More than 1 year ago
While I loved the renditions of "River Deep, Mountain High" and "Me Against the Music" I could have done without Paltrow's "Forget You". With all the talent on that show why bother bringing in Paltrow for buzz appeal? Amber Riley is phenomenal and Lea Michelle manages to conect to her audience on a level that I have NEVER experienced before! Her "The Only Exception" was heart wrenching and I hope she'll make a solo album soon! Glee has enough talent to forgo guest stars all together, but, as guest stars are a fun break, at least make them worthy, like Kristin Chenowith, Idena Menzel and Jonathan Groff.
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Gaiaguy More than 1 year ago
The TV show Glee is vastly overrated. The stories are pedestrian and the characters obnoxious. But all the soundtracks are first rate, especially the Paltrow "Forget You." I just wish Lea Michelle wasn't so loud and strident. But all the CDs are worth having.