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Justin Timberlake Will Issue Full '20/20 Experience' as Four-LP Set

Collection is due on same day as second album installment

Justin Timberlake performs in London.
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August 12, 2013 12:30 PM ET

Justin Timberlake will release both parts of The 20/20 Experience as a four-LP package set. Modern Vinyl reports the combined edition is due on October 1st, the same day as the second installment of the album, and will include all the tracks from part one, in addition to part two. Full details haven't been released, but the package is available for pre-order

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Timberlake has been steadily building anticipation for the album all summer with teaser videos and announcements. The singer released the first installment of The 20/20 Experience in March, and he's been busy with his "Legends of the Summer" stadium tour alongside Jay Z. Timberlake will kick off "The 20/20 Experience World Tour" on October 31st in Montreal. 

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