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GLEE: THE MUSIC - THE ROCKY HORROR GLEE SHOW
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1). B - Naya Rivera (Santana) - Science Fiction Double Feature - I never much cared for this song, but I don't think Naya is capable of singing something badly, so it still sounds amazing.
2). A- - Lea Michele (Rachel Berry) and Cory Monteith (Finn) - Damn It, Janet - Even a song as classic as this one, sounds fresh and new when sung by Lea and Cory. Such a fun little song.
3). A+ - John Stamos (Carl) - Whatever Happened To Saturday Night (AKA Hot Patootie) - I already knew that John Stamos could sing. After all, he was named an Honorary Beach Boy. Go ahead, I'll wait while you go look up the video for Kokomo on YouTube. LOL But bottom line, he ROCKS this song. So much fun!
4). A+ - Amber Riley (Mercedes) - Sweet Transvestite - I was a little concerned about this song being sung by Amber Riley, especially considering how long it took for Tim Curry's version to grow on me. But this is Amber Riley, and I forgot she can do ANYTHING. She murders this song like she was born to sing it. Even though I wish they'd left the song as it was (Come on folks, you can't say transexual, but transvestite is alright? And Heaven was blocked too?! Insanity, that's what these censors have! LOL), but she does beyond amazing with it.
5). A - Jayma Mays (Emma), with Naya Rivera (Santana) and Heather Morris (Brittany) - Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me - One of the only songs where Jayma sings, period, much less her own leading solo. And she does a REALLY good job of it! She looked like she had a lot of fun doing the number in the episode as well.
6). A- - Lea Michele (Rachel Berry), Cory Monteith (Finn), Chris Colfer (Kurt) - There's A Light (Over At The Frankenstein Place) - Such a fun and different song. It worked back when, and it works now. When DOESN'T Lea Michele sound good?
7). A- - Cory Monteith (Finn), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Kevin McHale (Artie), Dianna Agron (Quinn), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) - Time Warp - Pretty much the Rocky Horror theme song, so nailing it was important. And they nailed it dead on. There are parts when they manage to sound almost identical to the original, and it was VERY fun to watch them do this number during the show.
So that's a wrap folks, with my two cents on Glee: The Music, The Rocky Horror Glee Show. The overall grade is a solid A, with only one song failing to rank as an A. This was a super fun episode, and they had a LOT of expectations to live up to for this episode. For my part, I think they did GREAT. The biggest deviation was with Sweet Transvestite, but for me, they scored big time with that song. It was a risk to change it from Transexual to Transvestite, and from giving Tim Curry's number to Amber. Personally, I think she killed it DEAD. I enjoyed this EP very much, and I think it gave us some modern Halloween hits for this new generation of kids that Glee is reaching out to. And you know, all of us adults who love it too. LOL Give this a try folks, especially if you liked the original Rocky Horror (The Rocky Horror Picture Show (25th Anniversary Edition)) and have not yet heard the Glee version of the songs. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Thanks for your time folks.
Sincerely, R.A. McDowell
but i have enjoyed songs and understand this was for network televison not HBO or Showtime. Glee has pushed some borders this season Britney and Santana making out in bed, Britney and Kevin having sex, the whole religion episode. the producers probally gave into the rocky lyric changes to keep the others.
i did not feel it was "the same voices we always hear". I knew I would love the Time Warp and they knock it out of the park with Chris Colfer (kurt) as Riff devilishly delightful totally in his element. Emma (Jayma Mays) lead on "toucha toucha touch me" and john stamos "whatever happened to saturday night" are new and fresh. Emma's an important character but she has had few songs to this point. Amber Riley "mercedes" on sweet travsestite was pleasant i was expecting Puck or Kurt but in hindsight Riley's voice is the only one with the power to pull off a bawdy romp of a tune with the force it deserves. the one thing i did miss was no Jane Lynch (Sue) or Puck (Mark Salling) on any songs??
Don't be a Rocky snob. this is not a remake, not the original, but it is a nice tribute. it keeps the faith of the original alive and it is fun.
For the most part they handle it really well.
To be upfront about this, `The Rocky Horror Picture Show' is a cinematic staple and one of those films that everyone should see at least once. Yes, it is highly offensive but it is done in such a gloriously cheeky way that you can't help but simple adore it. When I heard that `Glee' was taking this on for an entire episode I kind of `gleeked out'. I mean, it had all the potential in the world and yet I was very nervous it was going to crash and burn.
But, the episode in question is one thing; the album is something else entirely. For me, what makes this little EP special is that is allows us to hear many of the voices on the show, as apposed to the standard `Lea Michele/Cory Monteith' duo. Some of this works very well (Amber Riley) while some of it was better suited for the visual dynamics of the show (Jayma Mays).
I'll just break it down from top to bottom.
`Science Fiction Double Feature' is that classic track that opens the movie and opened the show (just not at this length) and it is well done. Dianna Agron has an `interesting' voice. It's not particularly strong, but it has sass. That works for this song, but it is a track that almost needs the giant lips on the black backdrop to work entirely.
`Damn It, Janet' is so cutesy fun its ridiculous. I love the theatrical nature of the track and both Cory and Lea are phenomenal here, especially Cory who delivers some of his strongest vocals of the entire show so far; and Chris Colfer's "Janet" backing vocal is hilarious!
I like John Stamos as much as the next guy, but I just didn't feel his take on `Whatever Happened to Saturday Night' (which is possibly the worst song from the film). It just has too much of a surfer-rock vibe to it for me.
Next up is Riley's take on `Sweet Transvestite'. Seriously, it is brilliant. I am not one who thinks that Riley's voice is that sensational. Sure, she has that robust fullness that usually shows itself in singers of her nature, but I've always felt she was heavily overshadowed by Lea Michele. Putting a soulful spin on this song was flawless and really put Riley in a whole new bracket for me.
`Touch A Touch A Touch A Touch Me' was hilarious on the show, but on the album it doesn't work as well. Jayma has a very mousy voice, while is funny when you see it coming out of her mouth but it is kind of annoying when coming out of your stereo.
`There's A Light (Over At The Frankenstein Place)' is effortless and it has a really nice harmony to it.
`Time Warp', the shows most recognizable tune, is just a whole bowl of awesome. The entire cast has a ball with this one, and it shows. Giving Agron, Colfer and McHale some spotlight was nice; but this is not exclusively for them either. It is a brilliant way to close out the album and it serves as one of the best musical numbers the show has seen to date; and it works just as splendidly on the album.
So, it has a few little flaws, but nothing big enough to prove a major deterrent. The highs are very high indeed. Pure `cheeky' fun!