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After hundreds of cover tracks, Glee is finally getting ready to incorporate some original songs into the show's repertoire. The tracks are out today, although you won't see them performed until March 15, in the episode titled (appropriately enough) "Original Song." Do original tunes live up the Glee standard? Listen for yourself:

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Set at the Regionals championship, the ep "Original Song" features New Directions, Aural Intensity and the Dalton Academy Warblers (led by Darren Criss' Blaine) facing off for a spot at the Nationals competition in New York City.

Among other highlights of the ep, Loretta Devine and Kathy Griffin will be guesting as the judges who decide the competition. But back to the New Directions songs!

First up is a Lea Michele solo called "Get It Right," and then the whole gang does a group number called "Loser Like Me." (Not to be confused with their original cover of "Loser" by Beck.)

You like? Post your reviews of these Glee songs in the comments!

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