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Glee Scores Top Two

GLEE POWER: Glee answered the question whether it could sell original music as well as cover versions, scoring the top two slots on the iTunes charts with “Loser Like Me” and “Get It Right,” which were co-written by producer Adam Anders, the former with Max Martin. The two songs have racked up nearly 200k downloads combined since the show aired Tuesday night. In all, Glee had six of the Top 10 tracks at one point on iTunes with P!nk’s “Raise Your Glass” at #3, Chris Colfer’s stunning version of the Beatles’ “Blackbird” at #5, the Warblers’ take on Maroon 5’s “Misery” at #6 and yet another original in Amber Riley’s rousing “Hell to the No” at #8. (3/17p)

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