Glee: The Music Vol. 2 Soundtrack
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Glee: The Music Volume Two picks up where Volume One left of f, covering the final three episodes with a bombastic multi-genre mix of music per formed by the Glee cast. Glee, the genre-defying musical comedy series, follows an optimistic teacher who, against all odds and a malicious cheerleading coach, attempts to save McKinley High's Glee Club from obscurity while helping a group of aspiring underdogs realize their true star potential. Produced by R yan Murphy (creator of Nip/Tuck) in association with 20th Century Fox Television, Glee has been a runaway TV hit this Fall.
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Top Customer Reviews
This collection is far stronger than the first offering yet remains produced with the same upbeat level and un-offensive production values that allowed its predecessor to reach the top of the pop charts in the UK during the early part of 2010.
This volume should once again cater directly to the musical taste of the massive GLEE fan base.
Without a doubt all the vocalists on Glee are unquestionably talented and vocally impressive.
Mathew Morrison and Cory Monteith both have a pleasant male musical vocal style.
Yet it is Amber Riley and Lea Michele that remain the true standout vocalists.
Both females will without a doubt fully impact and shape the musical landscape of pop music in the very near future.
You only have to audition the impressive renditions of Streisand's "Don't Rain On My Parade" from Lea Michele as well as Amber Riley's version of "And I Am Telling You" by Jennifer Holliday and one will remain instantly in awe and inspired with both these rare vocal talents.
Both Lea and Amber own the pipes to reign as the next generation's official musical divas.
Their musical styling and vocal range is impressive, fresh and inspiring yet refined, mature and in a class that far outshines most current pop divas.
The one void within this CD is when the producers attempt to tackle and mash up pop songs and have the GLEE vocalist perform medley formats. Gleeks will surely dissagree.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
I really liked the selection of music, and both the songs titled "Smile" (one by Charlie Chaplin. the other by Lily Allen) were some of the highlights of this album, as well as... Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2010 by Josh T.
Love the show and now I have the tunes to play. Can it get any better?!Published on Feb. 21 2010 by Bonne Christopher