Glee: The Music, Volume 5 (CD)

PUBLISHED : Friday, 27 May, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 27 May, 2011, 12:00am


It does not matter if you are a Glee fan or not, you just need to have this soundtrack.

The sixth soundtrack album of the hit musical TV series offers a wide variety of songs from the fun Fat Bottomed Girls (originally by Queen) to the sad Need You Now (originally by Lady Antebellum).

For those who have never watched Glee before, this soundtrack shows how some hit songs can be interpreted in a fun, upbeat way.

Sam Evans (played by Chord Overstreet) does an amazing job turning Baby by Justin Bieber into a soft, upbeat song.

His performance of the song will even get Bieber haters to look up the romantic scene in Glee, where Sam expresses his affection to the young and beautiful Lucy Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron).

And for Glee fans, these soundtracks will just make you want to watch their musical performances again and again.

The album also pays tribute to Michael Jackson, featuring three of his songs.

Staying true to the Glee style, cast members have applied their upbeat take to Thriller, producing a version with a lighter tone than the original.

The highlights of the soundtrack are the two original songs, Get It Right and Loser Like Me. The group-style vocals are missing on this album, making these two hits stand out.