How many of you out there are Gleeks? We must admit that Finn & Rachel are one of the cutest couples. Over the past 4 years, we’ve heard A LOT of Glee songs. Some great, some good, and some absolutely terrible. There are some songs that are TOO good to even be on Glee. This is not only because of the crazy-talented cast, but also because of the amazing Adam Anders (music producer for Glee) & Ryan Murphy (creator/director of Glee). The way they’re able to twist songs to sound completely different or even put two songs together & create a perfect mashup is outstanding.
We’ve put together a list of songs that the cast has nailed. Songs that, we think, are better than the originals. The vocals, the harmonies, the arrangements on these songs are perfect. They’ve put a twist on the original songs which add more depth or even make the song 10x more fun.
We’ve also made a list of songs that the show has covered that are just plain….bad. Kidz Bop material. Let us know what songs YOU think Glee has covered that are BETTER than the original and what songs you think NEED TO GO.
Top 10 Best Glee Songs (in no particular order)
1. Love You Like A Love Song (originally by Selena Gomez & the Scene)
2. Bust Your Windows (originally by Jazmine Sullivan)
3. Jar Of Hearts (originally by Christina Perri)
4. Without You (originally by David Guetta ft. Usher)
5. Rumour Has It/Someone Like You (originally by Adele)
6. Forget You (originally by Cee Lo Green)
7. Valerie (originally by The Zutons)
8. Damn It, Janet (originally by The Rocky Horror Picture Cast)
9. River Deep, Mountain High (originally by Tina Turner)
10. Hey, Soul Sister (originally by Train)
Top 10 Worst Glee Songs (in no particular order)
1. U Can’t Touch This (originally by MC Hammer)
2. You’re Having My Baby (originally by Paul Anka)
3. Gold Digger (originally by Kanye West)
4. Jump (originally by Van Halen)
5. Friday (originally by Rebecca Black)
6. ABC (originally by Jackson 5)
7. Oops!…I Did It Again (originally by Britney Spears)
8. Physical (originally by Olivia Newton John)
9. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (originally by George Thorogood)
10. Ben (originally by Michael Jackson)
Get more music news from Beyond The Stage here.