'Glee' Warblers Album Confirmed for April 19 Release

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"Glee" has already issued five official soundtrack albums and four episode-themed EPs, but season 2's breakout club, the Dalton Academy Warblers, is finally making its full-length debut. "Glee: The Music presents The Warblers" will be released Apr. 19 on Columbia Records and feature 13 tracks from the group, some of which will not be performed on the hit Fox show.

While previously aired episode highlights like "Teenage Dream" and "Bills, Bills, Bills" will appear on the album, two songs on the release -- covers of Barbra Streisand's "What Kind of Fool" and Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" -- will be exclusive to the soundtrack. As Gleeks can assume, "Warblers" will showcase the all-male a cappella group led by Chris Colfer's Kurt, Darren Criss' Blaine and the Tufts University Beezlebubs.

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The "Glee" group is already enjoying a positive week due to the strong performance of its first original songs, which premiered in the Mar. 15 episode. "Loser Like Me" debuted at No. 2 on the Digital Songs chart with 210,000 copies sold according to Nielsen SoundScan, while "Get It Right" followed at No. 6 with 151,000 copies.

Here is the track list for "Glee: The Music presents The Warblers":

"Teenage Dream"
"Hey Soul Sister"
"Bills, Bills, Bills"
"Silly Love Songs"
"When I Get You Alone"
"Raise Your Glass"
"Somewhere Only We Know"
"What Kind Of Fool"
"Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?"

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