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'Glee' tackles two original songs for new episode - Listen and vote

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02/26/2011 by Kristina Lopez

The "Glee" cast is taking on original songs for the March 15 episode.

The cast, who recently broke Elvis Presley's record for having the most songs reach the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in its 52-year history with 113 tracks, will sing two original songs called "Loser Like Me" and "Get it Right." The songs premiered on Ryan Seacrest's radio show on KIIS FM on Friday and "Loser Like Me" can be heard below.

The first single, "Loser Like Me," was co-written by Max Marin, the producer responsible for songs like "My Life Will Suck Without You," by Kelly Clarkson and Britney Spears' recent hit single "Hold It Against Me."

The series' music producer Adam Anders, tells Entertainment Weekly that the song is a "Glee Anthem. It's a very uptempo, kind-of-summery hit."

The second song, "Get It Right," is a ballad sung by Lea Michele. On that song, Anders says, "Basically, you try to do everything right and you have good motivations with everything you're doing but everything ends up going wrong. How many times will it take for me to get it right?"

As for the future of more "Glee" original songs, Anders tells the magazine, "I would say yes, I see more originals [in the future]. But to do one every week? No, not at all."

It was recently announced that comedian Kathy Griffin and "Grey's Anatomy" actress Loretta Devine are set to guest star on the series as judges for Regionals.

What do you think of "Loser Like Me?" Listen below and sound off in our poll!

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