'Glee' News: Darren Criss And The Warblers To Get Their Own Album!

Remember how you downloaded Darren Criss'—and the Warblers'—a-ma-zing "Glee" version of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" when it was released, and proceeded to play it over and over and over again?

Well, get ready to do it some more because, as Darren announced on "Live With Regis and Kelly" Monday morning, he and his fellow Dalton Academy Warblers (a.k.a. Chris Colfer and the real-life a cappella group The Beelzebubs) are getting their very own album!

While their "Glee" cohorts have already released 10 (!) chart-topping albums (which have included the epic "Teenage Dream," as well as Darren and Chris' ridiculously adorable rendition of "Baby, It's Cold Outside"), this will be the first one exclusively for their fictitious rivals.

As Darren told hosts Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa, "It's fun being a Warbler," adding, "It's kind of like being on our own little show."

According to TV Guide, the album, which is slated for an April release, will not only include the No. 1 hit cover of Katy's "Teenage Dream," but all the other tunes the Warblers have tackled so far this season, like Robin Thicke's "When I Get You Alone," Destiny's Child's "Bills, Bills, Bills," Train's "Hey, Soul Sister" and the Wings classic "Silly Love Songs."

There's some other songs joining the set list, including—avert your eyes if you don't like SPOILERSNeon Trees' "Animal," Maroon 5's "Misery" and their Regionals number, Pink's "Raise Your Glass"! Repeat button, let us apologize in advance.

Are you going to buy the all-Warblers album, Crushers? Let us know in the comments section below!