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Glee: The Music, Volume 6
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 12 June 2011
As a self confessed Gleek, this album is everything you would want but there a few notable ommissions from the last few episodes that should have been included:

Ain't No Way - Mercedes' song with her powerful vocal utilised and would have been awesome on this soundtrack
I Don't Want To Know - A duet between Finn and Quinn which would provide a different blend of voices on this CD
Friday - This song is awesome and should have been on as the boys create a fun party record
Jar Of Hearts - My fave song of the whole series showcase Rachel's voice and should be here as it is so beautiful
Back To Black - Santana's vocal is flawless here and would fit in well with the likes of 'Rolling In The Deep'
For Good - A beautiful duet between Kurt and Rachel which is epic and inspirational
I Love New York - A great cast number which needs a soundtrack release as its catchy, summery and anthemic

So, though there are a few missing those on this record tend to be really good

Turning Tables - a flawless vocal from Gwyneth Paltrow on a sensational song
Unpretty/I Feel Pretty - Quinn and Rachel's voices blend perfectly together on a truly inspirational duet
As If We Never Said Goodbye - Kurt's big number which is epic and really showcases his voice
Born This Way - A cast song led by those often overlooked including Tina and Kurt - absolutely amazing
Dreams - This duet between Will + April shows off both their vocals and is a truly brilliant rendition
Songbird - Santana is glorious in this anthemic classic, singing with such heartfelt passion
Go Your Own Way - Rachel absolutely nails this track with a fierce vocal
Don't Stop - This great uplifting cast song is brilliant with a great beat and another great take on a classic
Rolling In The Deep - Taking on Adele doesn't daunt Rachel + Jessie who create a fantastic version of the hit
Isn't She Lovely - A good vocal from Artie but it is too short and doesn't give him enough time to shine
Dancing Queen - After last years 'The Boy Is Mine' Mercedes & Santana team up again to perform this amazing classic
Try A Little Tenderness -Mercedes vocals are stunning on this anthem with real conviction in her performance
My Man - Rachel sings this track beautifully to create a mindblowing vocal
Pure Imagination - This cast number is haunting yet is absolutley glorious and beautiful to the ear
Bella Notte - A good song but one of the weakest on this soundtrack - could have been replaced with 'Friday'
As Long As You're There - Original Song 1 - Charice's vocal is sensational on this spine chilling ballad - Fantastic
Pretending - Original Song 2 - One of few 'Finchel' ballads from this series is awesome on all levels - Gorgeous
Light Up The World - Original Song 3 - The cast unite for this uplifting and anthemic tune which is brilliant

Overall, the best soundtrack from the second series but could have been better if 'Bella Notte' and 'Isn't She Lovely' had been missed and replaced with those mentioned above but still well worth your money
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 23 June 2011
A great mix of songs from the series. Less of the uplifting 'cheesy pop' that is usually included and which I usually love, but somehow a more mature sounding album. More emotional, deeper songs that pull on the heartstrings.

I have enjoyed all the previous albums but I think this possibly tops them all for me.

Agree with previous reviewer regarding 2 weakest songs (Bella Notte and She's So Lovely), but even these are good really. My fav tracks are As If We Never Said Goodbye (Kurt), Songbird (Santana) and Pure Imagination (various).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 July 2011
This is a fantastic cd, cannot stop playing it, buy it now you will not be disappointed.
Would love to see a follow up Music DVD collaboration like the Encore from Season One, hope that this is in the pipeline for season two songs, as they just keep getting better and better. 10 out of 10!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 28 July 2011
This album was definately worth the money, i love glee and have this cd playing loud everywhere; car, bedroom etc...
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VINE VOICEon 1 July 2012
If you love Glee and enjoy the fuzzy-feeling the show gives you, you can now pop this onto your ipod/blackberry/other clever little device and listen on the go.

Not one of my favourites but I know and love all the songs so it's okay to sing along to whilst cycling to work or to put on really loudly in the house for a bit of kareoke cleaning duties...

A nice pick me up...
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on 30 January 2013
I used to love Glee but all the songs are starting to blend together a bit, and sound a bit Karaoke. I love anything they recreate in their own way, but it is a lot of karaoke at the moment. I didn't mind that so much in the first series because they weren't Rachel obsessed and the songs weren't that well known and were pretty diverse, but they seem to be doing more popular things now.
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on 8 December 2011
This album is another must have for Gleeks. I really like the covers of Adele's songs and love the three original songs: As Long As You're There, Pretending, and Light Up The World. It's one of the better albums because it has more songs on it than 4 and 5.
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VINE VOICEon 29 January 2014
I loved the tv program and i thought i'd buy the CD to enjoy the music in my car. I'm really enjoying the different songs and they really remind me of the program. Basically if you like Glee on tv you'll like this CD, it doesn't take a brain surgeon!
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on 11 January 2013
I am more a fan of the pop music covers with a few show tunes here and there. I felt that this one is mostly show tunes and therefor not as catchy as the other cd's. However, "Born this Way" is fantastic!
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on 15 August 2011
Have got all the other Glee albums as I am a fan, but I think this is the worst one of the lot. I wouldn't recommend it, but product arrived promptly and in good condition.
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