Kanye West Reveals New Album's Tracklist

Album to include several songs from the 'Runaway' film, as well as the singles 'Power' and 'Runaway'

October 27, 2010 3:23 PM ET

After the "Good Friday" tracks, the cover controversy , and the Runaway mini movie, the tracklist for Kanye West's hotly anticipated fifth studio LP, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, has hit iTunes. The album, which goes on sale November 22, is now available for pre-order.

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Kanye's two official singles, "Power" and "Runaway," will be included, along with the "Good Friday" tracks "Monster," (featuring Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Bon Iver), "So Appalled" and "Devil in a New Dress." Several tracks that appear in his Runaway mini-movie are also featured on the album: "Lost in the World," "Gorgeous" and "All of the Lights."

However, Kanye told MTV News on Saturday that he was still mixing the album and mentioned a couple of songs that aren't on the iTunes tracklist, so it was unclear at press time whether that list is final.

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All of the album's tracks are listed as "explicit," and there's also a "digital booklet" bearing the album's title, which is also listed as explicit. The album's controversial cover is pixilated on the iTunes site.

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True to form, Kanye is slated to begin work on his next LP before Fantasy is even released: He said he and Jay-Z will team up next week to collaborate on songs for a joint LP to be called Watch the Throne.

Tracklist for My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, according to iTunes:
"Dark Fantasy"
"Gorgeous" (featuring Kid Cudi & Raekwon)
"All of the Lights" "Monster" (featuring Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj & Bon Iver)
"So Apalled" (featuring Jay-Z, Pusha T, Prynce Cy Hi, Swizz Beatz & the RZA)
"Devil in a New Dress"
"Runaway" (featuring Pusha T)
"Hell of a Life"
"Blame Game" (featuring John Legend & Pusha T)
"Lost in the World"
"See Me Now"

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