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Miley Cyrus Streams 'Bangerz' Before Release

Fans can preview singer's wild new album a week early

Miley Cyrus performs in Las Vegas.
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October 1, 2013 9:05 AM ET

Wild child Miley Cyrus is leaving even less to the imagination and streaming her new album, Bangerz, on iTunes a week before its official release. 

The album features some pretty hefty guest vocals from the likes of Britney Spears on "SMS (Bangerz)," in addition to contributions from Nelly on "4x4" and Big Sean on "Love Money Party."

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The songs on the album range from the somber "Adore You" and ballad "My Darlin'" to the anthemic "Do My Thang."

Cyrus tells Rolling Stone in the current cover story about her love of weed and her controversial twerk-out at the MTV Video Music Awards in August. She's also the subject of a new documentary Miley: The Movement that premieres tomorrow on MTV.

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