'Glee' Music: Listen to Songs From 'Blame It On the Alcohol' Now

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The New Directions crew is going to get a little crazy on tonight's episode of 'Glee,' and now you can listen to all of the "intoxicating" songs from 'Blame It On the Alcohol' before the show airs.

As we previously mentioned, Rachel is set to have a house party that Principal Figgins definitely wouldn't approve of. After warning the students of William McKinley High about the dangers of drinking, the glee club ends up getting drunk, making the morning after feel like a total nightmare.
The singers have to perform in front of the whole school, but they're feeling the wrath of their actions from the night before. Brittany, takes the lead on a cover of Ke$ha's 'Tik Tok,' but being hungover causes her to vomit on stage. What happens next? Let's just say, you probably don't want to be eating dinner while you watch the show tonight.

Despite the gross-out factor, we get to hear a sweet collaboration between Rachel and Blaine when they cover Human League's 'Don't You Want Me.' Will and Coach Beiste will also have their own bonding session, singing the '50s song 'One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer.'

Of course, with an episode name like 'Blame It On the Alcohol,' New Directions obviously has to perform Jamie Foxx's 'Blame It,' and who better to take the lead on it than Artie?

Listen to all four songs from tonight's episode of 'Glee' and flip through more new show pics below. Want to watch with us? We'll be tweeting throughout the show tonight, so reply to us @jsykdotcom to get in on the discussion.

'Blame It'


'Tik Tok'


'Don't You Want Me'


'One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer'


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