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Glee Music: Videos, Songs from "Hell-O"

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Before we ever get into last night's Glee music, it's worth repeating:

If you haven't yet watched Jane Lynch's incredible cover of "Vogue," or feel an understandable urge to do so again, stop whatever you're doing and take this four-minute break. It's well worth it.

That vido aired after "Hell-O" concluded, of course, but there were plenty of performances to appreciate during the actual episode itself, too.

For example: even if you don't trust Jesse St. James, it's hard not to appreciate his duet with Rachel, the audio of which is below:

[video url="http://www.tvfanatic.com/videos/glee-duet/" title="Glee Duet"] [/video]

Here's a look at all the singles heard on last night's episode, along with an easy, one-click way of purchasing the Glee cast version of them off iTunes:

  • Glee Cast - "Hello, I Love You" Glee Cast - Hello, I Love You (Glee Cast Version) - Single - Hello, I Love You (Glee Cast Version)
  • Glee Cast - "Gives You Hell" Glee Cast - Gives You Hell (Glee Cast Version) - Single - Gives You Hell (Glee Cast Version)
  • Glee Cast - "Hello" Glee Cast - Hello (Glee Cast Version feat. Jonathan Groff) - Single - Hello (Glee Cast Version feat. Jonathan Groff)
  • Glee Cast - "Highway To Hell" Glee Cast - Highway to Hell (Glee Cast Version) [feat. Jonathan Groff] - Single - Highway to Hell (Glee Cast Version) [feat. Jonathan Groff]
  • Glee Cast - "Hello Goodbye" Glee Cast - Hello Goodbye (Glee Cast Version) - Single - Hello Goodbye (Glee Cast Version)

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Glee Quotes

Beiste: Dr. Jones said the new end of world date is September 27, 2014
Brittany: That gives us like two whole years of giving love and brutal honesty to everyone we know.

Will: I hate to say it but I think as long as you keep being yourself, your life is probably going to be a constant string of 'don't belongs'.
Unique: I know. I should probably start getting used to it.
Will: No, no. You should never get used to it. All great changes come from people who refused to get used to what was accepted but wasn't right. Slavery, gay rights, New Coke.

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