Beyonce to Release '4' Deluxe Album for Target

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When Beyoncé's "4" album comes out on June 28, Target stores will carry an exclusive version of the album with extra tracks, retail sources tell Billboard.

At press time, it was unclear just how many additional tracks will be included; one source said four, but another said the contents of the exclusive package had not been finalized. Several online reports provide an unconfirmed tracklisting for a European deluxe edition that includes six extra tracks: "Lay Up Under Me," "Schoolin' Life," "Dance for You" and three remixes of "Run the World (Girls)."

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Sources said that currently Sony Music Entertainment will be shipping about 1 million units of the CD version of the album. Spokespeople for Target and Sony had not granted Billboard's requests for comment at press time.

Beyoncé has unveiled three of the 12 core songs from the album thus far: "Run the World (Girls)," "1+1," which was performed on "American Idol" season finale, and "Best Thing I Never Had," which was released last week.

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