Glee Music

Don’t Stop Believing

»Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Episode Reviews, Glee Cast, Glee Episode, Glee Music, Gleeky News, Polls and Quizzes, Upcoming Music | 0 comments

I’ve been holding off writing this post for as long as I could, but I feel it cannot wait any longer. Glee will always have a special place in each of our hearts for different reasons. We’ve all grown a little older, a little bolder and a little wiser. Glee has helped many along that journey. I know that we, here at ConfessedGleeks, have been a bit distant for the last couple of seasons but that’s just it: life. We move on, we grow and we rise.
 

Glee performing Loser Like Me was a big turning point for me. The episode aired just at a point when I needed it most. Everyone starts out as a “loser” in life. In many ways, I am proud to be a loser and I hope that I remain so at heart forever. In order to become something special, you have to start somewhere. We all have the potential to be a star. I just hope that as we all rise, we remember what it was like to be that loser.

 

Leap for your dreams. Aim for the stars and, even if you miss, you’ll be over the moon. I’ve spent the last two years of my life trying to make the most of each and every day. I can proudly say that I’ve owned every second that this world could give. There have been many highs and many lows. I’ve spent a lot of time recently fighting to get a new business off the ground (shameless plug – check out WaveWall). There have been sleepless nights, there have been tearful days and there have been many, many times when I have wanted to give up. But I haven’t given in. Now things are looking up for me. Keep on keeping on.

 

Even when it may seem as though the world is pressing down on you and there is no light at the end of the tunnel, remember that there is always someone out there for you. We are young, we are the dreamers, we will fly.

 

Glee is a world in which the quarterback can make friends with the gay kid. Although the world that we live in may not be as such, we can at least try to see the world not as it is, but as it should be.

 

Thank you for a wonderful journey over the past few years. Never stop believing.

 

-HeadGleek (Harry)

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First Listen Feels ‘The Break Up’

»Posted by on Sep 30, 2012 in Glee Music | 1 comment

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*SPOILERS* Glee: The Music, The Graduation Album

»Posted by on Apr 20, 2012 in Glee Music | 0 comments

*SPOILERS* Glee: The Music, The Graduation Album

This time is nearly here Gleeks and whether you are looking forward to it or, more likely, dreading it our precious Glee Clubbers are going to graduate. To commemorate this Glee: The Music is releasing a commemorative album available from May 15. Gleeks we will be treated to sneak peeks of 8 songs from the finale when this album is released.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The complete track list for Glee: The Music, The Graduation Album includes;

  1. We Are Young
  2. Edge Of Glory
  3. I Won’t Give Up
  4. We Are The Champions
  5. School’s Out
  6. I Was Here
  7. I’ll Remember
  8. You Get What You Give
  9. Not The End
  10. Roots Before Branches
  11. Glory Days
  12. Forever Young
  13. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)
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Glee: The Music – Saturday Night Glee-ver

»Posted by on Apr 17, 2012 in Glee Music | 0 comments

I hope you all enjoyed tonight’s episode! :D

Let us know what you thought of the songs in the episode by rating them below:

 

‘You Should Be Dancing’ (Bee Gees) - Blaine, Brittany, Mike

‘Night Fever’ (Bee Gees) - Will, Blaine, Artie

‘Disco Inferno’ (The Trammps) - Mercedes

‘If I Can’t Have You’ (Yvonne Elliman) - Santana

‘How Deep Is Your Love’ (Bee Gees) - Rachel

‘Boogie Shoes’ (KC & The Sunshine Band) - Unique (Alex from TGP) & Vocal Adrenaline

‘More Than A Woman’ (Bee Gees) - Finn

‘Stayin’ Alive’ (Bee Gees) - Finn, Mercedes, Santana

 

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Glee: The Music – Big Brother

»Posted by on Apr 11, 2012 in Glee Music | 0 comments

Finally, the hiatus is over! :D I hope you all enjoyed Glee tonight and I hope it was worth the wait – we’ll have our Episode Review up tomorrow so stay tuned!

In the meanwhile, let us know what you thought of the songs in the episode by rating them below:

 

‘Hungry Like the Wolf / Rio’ (Duran Duran) - Blaine and Cooper

‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ (Gotye feat. Kimbra) - Blaine and Cooper

‘Fighter’ (Christina Aguilera) - Blaine

‘Up Up Up’ (The Givers) - Glee Cast

‘I’m Still Standing’ (Elton John) - Glee Cast

 

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Latest News on the Glee Cast!

»Posted by on Mar 16, 2012 in Glee Cast, Glee Episode, Glee Music, Gleeky News | 0 comments

Hey Gleeks! I know its been a while and I apologize. I read in one of our polls that you all would like to hear more about the Glee Cast, so you ask- and we’ll give it you! I did my research and here’s what I found out:

Either Finn & Rachel will get married or Will & Emma, because I read there will be a new character that play a wedding planner named Lavender.

There will also be a new gay guy  at McKinley, named Chandler- a masculine hottie. (I can’t wait!) But, not sure if he’s part of the staff or student body.

Next, not so surprising news for us (since we all know how amazing our Glee Cast members are), but Glee ranks No. 8 in the Top 10 selling digital U.S. artists of all time according to SoundScan.  Over 32 million GLEE songs were digitally downloaded in the U.S. itself! Amazing news, right?! I’m so happy for them. =)

Finn’s wonderful Mom (Romy Rosemont) landed a new part on “Downwardly Mobile” (which is a NBC pilot), as reported by Deadline.

Not only did Romy land a part, but so did Kurt’s dad, Mike O’Malley who will guest star on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation”. I read that he’ll be playing owner of a van rental place, who gets involved in the campaign for city council.  If you’re wondering, the show airs Thursdays at 8:30 PM EST!

Next, Glee is planning a special new episode which will be a full tribute to Whitney Houston. A source close to the show told E! Online that the tribute is “a way to thank her for her music and to say goodbye. In doing so, the episode will focus on the graduating seniors, who are having a hard time letting go”. There is no date set yet- so keep your eyes out for it!

Also, we can’t forget the amazing Chris Colfer who’ll be heading to the big screen. The movie’s called “Struck By Lightning”  and will screen during the Tribeca Film Festival. It’ll take place from April 18 – 29 in New York City. Go check out the promo here! –> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0G4hGHbHI0

And last, but not least, the wonderful Naya Rivera (who plays Santana) and Cory Monteith (who is also known as Finn) will be hosting the 23rd Annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in New York City on March 24.  I read it’ll be held at the New York Marriott Marquis, starting at 4:30pm. Good Luck guys!

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