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Full Track Listing of Usher's 'Here I Stand'

May 14, 2008 (2:24 am) GMT
The track listing of the R 'n' B singer's new album has finally been revealed.

Getting closer to the release date of his new album, which will be hitting the stores on May 27, the full track listing of 's "" has been revealed. The new album will consist in total of 17 songs, including his hit single "Love in This Club". On the new album the R 'n' B singer worked with some famous names such as , , , , and many more. The new album will be Usher's fifth after his first debut in 1994 with a self-titled album.

The first single that has been released from the upcoming LP was "Love In This Club", which features Jeezy. The song, that was dropped on February 26, became a hit as it peaked at #1 at the Billboard 100 chart.

The second official single that will be released from the set is "Moving Mountains". Usher has even shot the music video for that single, although the premiere date is not yet revealed.

Full track listing of Usher's "Here I Stand":

  1. Intro
  2. Love in This Club (featuring Young Jeezy)
  3. This Ain't Sex
  4. Trading Places
  5. Moving Mountains
  6. What's Your Name (featuring will.i.am)
  7. Prayer For You Interlude
  8. Something Special
  9. Love You Gently
  10. Best Thing (featuring Jay-Z)
  11. Before I Met You
  12. His Mistakes
  13. Appetite
  14. What's A Man To Do
  15. Lifetime
  16. Love in This Club Part II (featuring Beyonce and Lil Wayne)
  17. Here I Stand

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