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Glee Season 2 Original Songs

Posted by on March 15, 2011 at 6:50 PM EST

gleeGlee Season 2 airs its “Original Song” episode tonight on FOX.

Tonight the all new episode of Glee Season 2 titled “Original Song” airs and it takes the hit show in a whole new direction from where it has been before.  Glee has never shied away from taking risks and tonight might be one of the bigger risks they have taken as New Directions decides that they need something a little different and special if they want to win Regionals this year so instead of covering other songs like every other team, they are going to do an original song.

This original Glee song idea was leaked a few weeks ago when the songs hit the airwaves and have been met with a pretty warm reception. It is a risk to do them because the show has a formula that wins and here they are shaking it up a little bit. Part of what allows the show to connect with the audience is that people know and like the songs they do, but here it will be brand new and will ask the audience to really pay attention. I think they will pull it off well and it is only one episode of Glee Season 2.

Aside from Rachel (Lea Michele) leading the charge to write original Glee songs, Finn tries hard to win back Quinn and it seems like Rachel is done with Finn and his games. New Directions will face off against The Dalton Academy Warblers and Aural Intensity as they take their original songs to Regionals with their eyes on bringing home the trophy.

This episode of Glee Season 2 looks to be packed with music featuring three original Glee songs, “Hell to the No,” “Get it right” and “Loser Like Me.” We can also look forward to: “Raise Your Glass” by Pink, “Candles” by Hey Monday and “Blackbird” by the Beatles.

It looks like this is forming up to be an action and music packed new episode of Glee. Tune in tonight at 8PM on Fox to check it out.

 

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