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    RING THE ALARM: Here's The Official Tracklist For "Beyoncé: Platinum Edition"

    THIS IS NOT A DRILL.

    After days of torturous speculation fueled by a fake tracklist, the mystery of the new Beyoncé album is solved. Here's the just-announced official tracklist of the Beyoncé Platinum Edition box set, out Nov. 24.

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    PLATINUM EDITION BOX SET:

    MORE AUDIO CD

    7/11

    Flawless Remix (Featuring Nicki Minaj)

    Drunk in Love Remix (Featuring JAY Z & Kanye West)

    Ring Off

    Blow Remix (Featuring Pharrell Williams)

    Standing on the Sun Remix (Featuring Mr. Vegas)

    "LIVE" DVD

    Run The World (Girls)

    ***Flawless

    Get Me Bodied

    Blow

    Haunted

    Drunk In Love (Featuring JAY Z)

    1 + 1

    Partition

    Heaven

    XO

    ORIGINAL CD

    Pretty Hurts

    Haunted

    Drunk in Love (Featuring JAY Z)

    Blow

    Angel

    Partition

    Jealous

    Rocket

    Mine (Featuring Drake)

    XO

    ***Flawless (Featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)

    Superpower (Featuring Frank Ocean)

    Heaven

    Blue (Featuring Blue Ivy)

    ORIGINAL DVD

    Pretty Hurts

    Ghost/Haunted

    Drunk In Love

    Blow

    Angel

    Yonce/Partition

    Jealous

    Rocket

    Mine

    XO

    ***Flawless

    Superpower

    Heaven

    Blue

    Grown Woman

    While it's not quite the full-fledged ~Vol. 2~ that some had hoped for, you'll note the inclusion of new tracks "7/11" and "Ring Off," in addition to a new "Blow" remix featuring Pharrell.

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    Previously released remixes of "***Flawless (feat. Nicki Minaj)," "Drunk In Love (feat. Jay Z and Kanye West)," and "Standing On The Sun (feat. Mr. Vegas)" also make an appearance.

    Sadly, it looks like we'll have to wait a little longer for dream collaborations like a second Beyoncé/Justin Timberlake team-up and Beyoncé feat. Rihanna :'-(

    Although, "Ring Off," does sound suspiciously like a new version of "Ring The Alarm." Hmmmmm.

    But ANY new Beyoncé music is cause for celebration. T-minus 20 days until your next ~upgrade~.