New Directions: The Music, Live in Concert! is an album released by Columbia Records as the soundtrack to the Live Concert participated in by the cast of New Directions.


1. Pop Danthology (2013) performed by the Cast of New Directions
2. Mr. Roboto / Counting Stars performed by Niall Horan, Dylan O'Brien, Blake Jenner, Chord Overstreet, Darren Criss and Jacob Artist with supporting vocals from Conny Lee
3. Firework / Wide Awake performed by Lea Michele and Conny Lee
4. Valerie performed by Naya Rivera and Heather Morris with supporting vocals from Amber Riley and Conny Lee
5. Listen performed by Amber Riley and Lea Michele
6. Best Day Of My Life performed by Darren Criss, Niall Horan and Dylan O'Brien
7. Love Song performed by Niall Horan and Conny Lee
8. River Deep Mountain High / Candyman / Shakin' My Head performed by Amber Riley and Naya Rivera with Heather Morris
9. Dark Horse performed by Conny Lee and Melissa Benoist
10. New York State of Mind performed by Melissa Benoist and Lea Michele
11. Defying Gravity / Let It Go performed by Chris Colfer and Lea Michele with supporting vocals from Amber Riley
12. Be Okay performed by Niall Horan and Conny Lee
13. Toxic / Gimme More / Oops... I Did it Again performed by Dianna Agron, Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Conny Lee, Melissa Benoist and Acacia Brinley
14. Dog Days Are Over performed by Jenna Ushkowitz, Amber Riley, Conny Lee and Niall Horan
15. Don't Stop Believin' performed by the Cast of New Directions
16. My Life Would Suck Without You performed by Conny Lee, Acacia Brinley, Niall Horan, Lea Michele, Naya Rivera, Dianna Agron and Heather Morris with Melissa Benoist
17. Pop Danthology (re-recorded)
18. Dark Horse (re-recorded)
19. Dog Days Are Over (re-recorded)

Commercial PerformanceEdit

The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200, with 121,000 copies sold, marking a new high for the movies. It remained at its peak for three consecutive weeks, selling over 100,000 each time, before it rose to the summit with 213,000 copies sold, signifying a series first. The album remained at #1 for one more week before dropping back down, selling only 101,000 copies, the lowest sales for the album at the time. It stayed in the Top 10 for four more weeks before dropping out, but still managed to receive Platinum certification for sales exceeding 1,000,000.