Glee vs. YouTube: Who Did ‘Don’t You Want Me’ Best?


Last night's intoxicating Glee got us thinking there isn't enough Human League in our lives. Luckily, we can fix that. Herewith, five versions of the Human League classic "Don't You Want Me," including one by purportedly Swedish but totally unaccented pop act (we're on to you) Alcazar; another by that lovable duo in leather, Leaether Strip & Rummelsnuff; and a final one by the best-looking shower head you've ever seen. We're still jealous of Blaine and Rachel's wine-cooler-fueled basement performance, but we'll manage. Watch 'em and vote!

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Enough animal print will make anybody want you.

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Smashing Pumpkins

Don't be thrown off by the angry German song. The peppy techno song comes later.

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Oxford University's Out of the Blue

Do you think twelfth-century Britain could have foreseen the Human League?

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Leaether Strip & Rummelsnuff

Cute couple.

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The Waterpik Cascadia

Is it still available? We're buying.

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Blaine and Rachel

This is how spin the bottle always ended for us, too.