'Glee' Season Premiere: Track List, First Full Scene Released

By the time the second season of Glee premieres Sept. 21, there may not be much left to see. In addition to the promo released last week, now more plot details, an entire scene from the first episode, and the premiere's track listing are coming out:

Rolling Stone has learned that the first episode will feature renditions of Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind," Lady Gaga's "Telephone," Travie McCoy's "Billionaire," and Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn." In true Gleek fashion, the cast will also perform two vintage Broadway musical standards -- "What I Did for Love" from A Chorus Line and "Getting to Know You" from The King and I -- as well as "Listen" from the film version of Dreamgirls.

Read the full story at Rolling Stone.

While it's been revealed that the New Directions will travel to New York for Nationals after placing at Regionals (hence the Jay-Z track), a 75 second clip from the season premiere shows that not much has changed in the halls of McKinley High (cue: Sue vs. Schue, Round 42):


Also check out this promo that came out last week, which includes a glimpse of Rachel vocal-sparring with new rival played by Filipino pop star Charice, the Gleeks in the Big City, and a preview of some Sue Sylvester gems:

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Kevin Fallon is a reporter for the Daily Beast. He's a former entertainment editor at TheWeek.com and former writer and producer for The Atlantic's entertainment channel.

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