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Justin Timberlake Unveils '20/20 Experience' Cover, Track Listing

Singer's first LP since 2006 will feature 10 new songs

February 7, 2013 10:00 AM ET
Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience
Justin Timberlake, 'The 20/20 Experience'
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Justin Timberlake has unveiled the artwork and tracklist for his highly anticipated new record, The 20/20 Experience. The sleek black and white cover photo shows Timberlake clad in what else but a suit and tie, with much of his face obscured by an optometrist's phoropter. The album will feature a lean 10 tracks, including two of the new songs Timberlake performed last weekend at his comeback show in New Orleans: "Pusher Lover Girl" and "That Girl." 

12 Albums We're Looking Forward To In 2012: Justin Timberlake, 'The 20/20 Experience'

Timberlake marked his long-awaited return to music last month first with a video announcement declaring he was finally ready, followed by the the release of the single "Suit & Tie," which features Jay-Z. The album will be Timberlake's first since 2006's FutureSex/LoveSoundsHe's also slated to perform at the Grammys this weekend, his first appearance at the awards show in four years. 

Here's the full track listing for The 20/20 Experience:

"Pusher Love Girl"
"Suit & Tie"
"Don't Hold The Wall"
"Strawberry Bubblegum"
"Tunnel Vision"
"Spaceship Coupe"
"That Girl"
"Let The Groove Get In"
"Mirrors"
"Blue Ocean Floor"

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