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Justin Timberlake Posts '20/20 Experience: 2 of 2' Track List

Singer shares song titles on Instagram

Justin Timberlake performs in London.
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August 15, 2013 8:40 AM ET

Justin Timberlake knows how to build slow, burning, anticipation: The pop star shared on Instagram the track list to his upcoming The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2, which includes the recently released "Take Back the Night."

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Timberlake has been teasing and rewarding fans all summer with videos and cryptic posts on social media leading up to album announcements or video releases. 

The first installment of The 20/20 Experience arrived in March, accompanied by a week-long stand on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and a Saturday night slot performing at SXSW. The album's sequel is set for release on September 30th, and will also be available as a 4-LP set.

Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience World Tour" kicks off on October 31st

Track list:

"Gimme What I Don't Know (I Want)"
"True Blood"
"Cabaret"
"T K O"
"Take Back the Night"
"Murder"
"Drink You Away"
"You Got It On"
"Amnesia"
"Only When I Walk Away"
"Not a Bad Thing"

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