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Late last night, while the Glee cast were living it up at the SAG Awards, Fox released the music for this week’s upcoming episode, “Naked.”

You can listen to the all of this week’s Glee tracks below:

Rachel – “Torn”
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Tina, Sam, Jake and Ryder – “Centerfold / Hot in Herre” 
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Jake and Marley – “A Thousand Years” 
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Jake – “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)” 
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Rachel, Quinn and Santana – “Love Song”
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New Directions – “This is the New Year” 
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Glee also released the performance video for “This is the New Year” a few days ago.

What do you think of Glee‘s music this week? “Love Song” and the “Centerfold” mash-up are standouts for us. “Love Song” sounds dynamic and awesome, it showcases each voice and we can’t wait to see Rachel, Santana and Quinn dancing around New York City together. “Centerfold/Hot In Herre” was the song we were most looking forward to prior to the release – we envisioned this mash-up kicking ass and taking names and it totally does. Glee has always been pretty brilliant at creating great original mash-ups, and this one is reminiscent of the “It’s My Life/Confessions” mash-up for season 1, which remains a favorite performance for a lot of fans. We’re pretty thrilled with this week’s songs.

“Naked” airs on January 31.

  • Andy

    Love Song is perfect. Dianna and Naya have definitely been missed this season! So glad to have them back! Torn is really great too, I’m hoping for some sort of Rachel revelation during this song that’ll snap her out of this crazy manic thing she’s been having lately!

    • Cath


  • asdfghjkl

    awesome songs!! probably my favorite soundtracks in an episode

    • JP

      Agreed. I also think Jake’s version of Let Me Love You is immensely better than the original.

  • Bethany

    I love love love This is the New Year and Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself) …I just fell in love with Jacob Artist’s voice. The songs this week are awesome.

  • http://twitter.com/Dillon_Mays Dillon Mays

    I love Rachel’s voice, but she doesn’t have the raspiness needed for Torn. Still good, but I prefer the original.

    • Marie

      I don’t remember the original singer being particularly raspy. My personal rule for Rachel Berry though is for her to stick with ballads and broadway.

      • http://twitter.com/Dillon_Mays Dillon Mays

        Not that raspiness exactly, it’s the tone of the voice. It’s hard to describe, but you can hear it if you compare the songs. Raspiness was the only word I could think of.

      • Andy

        I think it’s more that the lyrics are very intensely and emotional ( “nothing’s fine I’m torn, I’m all out of faith…I’m cold and I am shamed lying naked on the floor”) and as much as I do love Lea on this, it’s the sort of “pretty version” that Anne Hathaway spoke about in all of her interviews about Les Mis. It is technically perfect but falls a bit short on the emotional connection

    • Marie

      Ok, now that my computer decided to let me listen to it, yeah, she just sounds too. . .clean? Like, she enunciates too much to really be suited for this kind of song. :-P

      • http://twitter.com/Dillon_Mays Dillon Mays

        Her voice just doesn’t fit the song. It’s not meant for songs like these.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richard.r.bailey Richard Bailey

    This is going to be a great episode!!!

  • http://twitter.com/TrueKlainer21 InASteamyCar

    I can’t stop listening to This is the new year!! :)

  • TheFirst

    I love the songs in this episode. However, ‘a thousand years’ sounds exactly like the original. I almost though it was Christina Perri.

  • http://twitter.com/Jakkpf Jack F

    Loved the Hot In here/Centerfold Mash-Up but would have liked to here more of the bagpipe riff.

  • Marie

    Just the title “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” makes me want to barf.

    The Hot in Herre/Centerfold mash-up is. . .awkward?

    I am looking forward to Love Song though.

  • Cat


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