Carly Rae Jepsen Releases 'Emotion Side B' EP: Listen

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 Carly Rae Jepsen attends the Fox Winter TCA 2016 All-Star Party  on Jan. 15, 2016 in Pasadena, Calif.

Carly Rae Jepsen celebrated the one-year anniversary of her E•mo•tion album by releasing the eight-track Emotion Side B EP on Friday (Aug. 26). The mini-album kicks off with the 1980s Madonna-esque pop track "First Time," followed by the keyboard-fueled dance tracks "Higher" and "The One," the mid-tempo "Fever" and the bouncy "Body Language." 

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It also features the wistful ode to a hard-to-read man, "Cry," the playful "Store," in which she sings "I'm just going to the store to the store/ You might not see me anymore anymore" and the ballad "Roses." 

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Emotion Side B almost never was. Well, technically all the songs existed I just didn’t think to share them until we toured,” the singer writes in the liner notes. “But meeting many of you face to face, getting to share in one of the most joyful touring experiences of my life, all I wanted was to give back more of the feelings you all gave me. So this is for you guys, a B sides album full of some extra tunes we made on the journey to Emotion. I hope you enjoy. And thank you for making the past year so incredible. The memes, the covers, the parties, and the shows. You keep me inspired. So yeah… new album on the way… but here’s something to hold yah over till then.”