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The latest postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic is Lady Gaga’s sixth studio album “Chromatica,” which was slated for an April 10 release.

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Lady Gaga fans still can’t hear her new album “Chromatica” after its release was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but at least they can start priming their eardrums. Mother Monster has revealed her track list.

On Wednesday, Gaga shared the names of the songs on her upcoming record hours after Variety and Vulture reported that Target (presumably accidentally) leaked her album art and song names on its website.

That information has since been removed from the Target site. USA TODAY has reached out to the retailer for comment.

So what should monsters be ready for, other than Gaga’s first single “Stupid Love”?

Collaborations include songs featuring Elton John, Ariana Grande and Blackpink.

Gaga’s stylish green Instagram post is not the easiest to read, but it lists these songs:

1 “Chromatica I”

2 “Alice”

3 “Stupid Love”

4 “Rain On Me” (with Ariana Grande)

5 “Free Woman”

6 “Fun Tonight”

7 “Chromatica II”

8 “911”

9 “Plastic Doll”

10 “Sour Candy” (with Blackpink)

11 “Enigma”

12 “Replay”

13 “Chromatica III”

14 “Sine From Above” (with Elton John)

15 “1000 Doves”

16 “Babylon”

Variety reports that the Target version of the album has three bonus tracks: “Love Me Right,” “1000 Doves (Piano Demo)” and “Stupid Love (Vitaclub Warehouse Mix).” 

Grande confirmed her collaboration with Gaga, “Rain On Me,” on her own social media. Her tweet had water emojis, a heart and the hashtags “#Chromatica” and “#LG6” (to mark Gaga’s sixth studio album).

Two weeks ago, Gaga shared art from “Chromatica,” showing the singer with pink hair, leather laced up her legs and spiky platform shoes. In those photos, the track list and featured artist names were blurred out.

Gaga has not shared a new release date for “Chromatica,” which was originally supposed to be out on April 10. She explained last month that she’d be postponing the record launch in a lengthy Instagram post.

“This is such a hectic and scary time for all of us, and while I believe art is one of the strongest things we have to provide joy and healing to each other during times like this, it just doesn’t feel right to me to release this album with all that is going on during this global pandemic,” Gaga wrote. “Instead I prefer that we spend this time focusing on finding solutions,” including getting “essential medical equipment to healthcare professionals” and assisting kids and adults impacted by the pandemic.

Since posting that message, Gaga and advocacy organization Global Citizen launched the musical TV special “One World: Together at Home,” which aired on April 18 and raised nearly $128 million for coronavirus relief.

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