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Glee: The Music, Vol.  5
     

Glee: The Music, Vol. 5

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Two original songs premiere on Glee: The Music, Volume 5: "Loser Like Me," an energetic ensemble track co-written by pop mastermind Max Martin (Britney Spears, P!nk), and "Get It Right," a moving ballad brought to life by Lea Michele's immense voice.

In addition to these new tracks, Glee: The Music, Volume 5 features the Glee cast's take on such

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Two original songs premiere on Glee: The Music, Volume 5: "Loser Like Me," an energetic ensemble track co-written by pop mastermind Max Martin (Britney Spears, P!nk), and "Get It Right," a moving ballad brought to life by Lea Michele's immense voice.

In addition to these new tracks, Glee: The Music, Volume 5 features the Glee cast's take on such classics as Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now," Katy Perry's "Firework," and Justin Bieber's "Baby." Gwyneth Paltrow makes a triumphant return to Glee and is featured on such classics as Prince's "Kiss," Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide," and Joan Jett's "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)."

Also featured on Glee: The Music, Volume 5 is the cast's much talked about mashup of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and the Yeah Yeah Yeah's "Heads Will Roll," which was seen by Glee's biggest audience to date of 26.8 million viewers. From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
03/08/2011
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0886978585226
catalogNumber:
785852
Rank:
64221

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Glee   Primary Artist
Jon Hall   Vocals
David Loucks   Vocals
Adam Anders   Vocals
Jenna Ushkowitz   Vocals
Onitsha   Vocals
Alex Anders   Vocals
Windy Wagner   Vocals
Storm Lee   Vocals
Heather Morris   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
Amber Riley   Vocals
Tim Davis   Vocals
ReVaughn Brown   Vocals
Drew Ryan Scott   Vocals
Jane Lynch   Vocals
Chris Mann   Vocals
Nikki Anders   Vocals
Jayma Mays   Vocals
Chord Overstreet   Vocals
Mark Salling   Vocals
Naya Rivera   Vocals
Kala Balch   Vocals
Darren Criss   Vocals

Technical Credits

Stevie Nicks   Composer
Prince   Composer
Quincy Jones   Composer
Brian May   Composer
Rod Argent   Composer
Gary Glitter   Composer
Philip Oakey   Composer
David Bett   Art Direction
Max Martin   Producer
Adam Anders   Arranger,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Arrangements
C. Stewart   Composer
Alex Anders   Engineer,Vocal Producer
My Chemical Romance   Composer
Peer Astrom   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen   Composer
Ryan Murphy   Producer
Chris Feldman   Art Direction
J. Larson   Composer
Shellback   Composer,Producer
Tor Erik Hermansen   Composer
Dante DiLoreto   Soundtrack Executive Producer
Tim Davis   Vocal Arrangements
C. Kelley   Composer
K. Perry   Composer
Christopher Bridges   Composer
J. Reeves   Composer
H. Scott   Composer
Nikki Anders   Vocal Arrangements
M. Leander   Composer
J. Ingram   Composer
C. Flores   Composer
Brad Falchuk   Soundtrack Executive Producer

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Glee: The Music, Vol. 5 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The season of original songs!!  Get it Right and Loser Like Me are amazing as well as the other songs on this album. My only complaint is that My Headband didn't make it on. 
morrigan80 More than 1 year ago
I gave four stars for the "Paltrow Free" music because performances like "Thriller/Heads WIll Roll", "P.Y.T." and "Firework" deserve the recognition. I am MAD that Paltrow had to hog "Landside", which could have been a truly beautiful solo by Naya Rivera. The original songs, "Get It Right" and "Loser Like Me" were perfect for the energy and sentiment of this season of Glee. My favorite performances on this album were the duets of Darren Criss and Lea Michelle on "Don't You Want Me" and Amber and Lea on "Take Me Or Leave ME". The former gave us a chance to see what Criss sounds like paired with a female and it was wonderful. The latter is every Broadway geeks dream: to hear a true "diva off" with two AMAZING voices doing two of Broadways most dynamic women! After skipping over Paltrow's raunchy and strained "Do You Wanna Touch" and trying to decipher whether it's her or Adam Morrison singing a particular part on "Kiss" the album is on par with Volume 2 and 3!
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