10:45 am EDT, September 24, 2012

‘Glee’ music: Listen to 4 songs from this week’s ‘Makeover’ episode

Last week we revealed the cover art for this week’s Glee music, and now you can listen to it for yourself! Check out four songs from this week’s Glee episode titled “Makeover.”

Though the Glee music should be released officially on iTunes tonight at midnight, you can check them out ahead of time now!

“Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (originally by Tears for Fears)

“Celebrity Skin” (originally by Hole)

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“A Change Would Do You Good” (originally by Sheryl Crow, performed by Rachel and Brody?)

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“The Way You Look Tonight” / “You’re Never Fully Dressed” (original by Frank Sinatra and the original Broadway musical Annie performed by Isabella (Sarah Jessica Parker), Kurt and Rachel)

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What are your thoughts on the latest Glee music? We hadn’t heard anything about the possibility of Sarah Jessica Parker singing, but it looks like we’re in for a treat! Was the last time she sang on camera when she was in Hocus Pocus?!

The other music from the episode, including “Everybody Wants to Rule The World” and “Mister Monotony,” hasn’t become available just yet but as soon as it makes its way online, we’ll be sure to have it posted for you!

More ‘Glee’ season 4 news

– Recently we learned a handful of new spoilers for the rest of the season including “shocking” details about Finn.

– Lea Michele has also announced that she is on the road to recording her first solo album!

– Click here to check out all of the cover art and a song list for episode 4, “The Break Up.”

– We recently found out that Glee would be reusing “Teenage Dream” in an upcoming episode, though it has a fun twist to it.

– You can also check out our recaps of the first two episodes of Glee season 4: “The New Rachel” and “Britney 2.0.” Hypable fans weighed in on the comments section of the season 4 premiere directly after it finished airing to talk about what they thought of the new “revolutionary” Glee. Some fans were upset in episode two that the Britney tribute actually turned into a Britney bashing. Do you agree?

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