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Miley Cyrus' New LP Leaked

July 21, 2008 (3:18 am) GMT
Prior to the release date of her new record "Breakout" on July 22, all the songs from the teen pop star has been streamed.
Miley Cyrus

Ahead of the official release date on July 22, ' new LP "" has already leak on Saturday, July 19. The news was spread by Popcrunch.com which also gave the link to download all the new record's tracks to their readers.

Miley's new album will feature about 12 tracks including her first single "7 Things", that has been spawned on June 17. All the songs from the teen idol's new record itself has actually been performed by the singer/actress on her recent concerts, such as at The 2008 Disney Channel Games, Wango Tango, Today Show Concert Series and others.

Previously, Miley herself has already revealed some details about her new album stating that inspiration for the new LP comes from "what's been going on in my life in the past year." Moreover, the teen singer also stated she wrote all the tracks on the new record apart from two songs, "Four Walls", "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" which were cover songs from other artists.

After releasing "Breakout", Miley reportedly will also stage a special promo tour titled the "Breakout Tour" which hasn't been detailed yet. According to the rumors, her upcoming tour will be held in late 2008 or early 2009.

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