‘This Is What the Truth Feels Like’ Pre-Order on iTunes Features Alternate Covers and New Bonus Tracks (Updated)

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Photo courtesy of iTunes

International pre-orders are now available on iTunes for Gwen’s new album This Is What the Truth Feels Like that include two alternate covers and an extra bonus track “Loveable” that is not featured on the Target edition or standard (as of now). This is great news for fans not able to pick up the deluxe edition at US Target stores and will still be able to get their hands on the extra songs. Details for opening track “Misery” leads us to believe that the song is set for release sometime in the future.

Since the pre-order has yet to hit iTunes in the US, more than likely these bonus editions with extra tracks will be available internationally. The alternate covers also feature different handwritten artwork by Gwen and seems Target will have it’s own individual cover.

Deluxe edition with album-only track “Lovable”

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Photo courtesy of iTunes

Deluxe edition with album-only tracks “Rocket Ship”, “Getting Warmer”, “Obsessed”, “Splash” and “Lovable”

Update!

Japan’s pre-order also includes “War Paint” as an album-only bonus track!

16 thoughts on “‘This Is What the Truth Feels Like’ Pre-Order on iTunes Features Alternate Covers and New Bonus Tracks (Updated)

  1. Still don’t get the 4 bonus tracks from target though dang. But it’s definitely good she put a different bonus track on it 🙂

  2. Not sure it brings hope… Brazil had an DELUXE edition of P&S that had the same tracks that were on the Target edition, so maybe we will get a similar deal for international deluxe editions.

  3. US only and I think Canada. India has an HQ, betting is where they concetrate their IT and Customer Service areas, but no stores.

  4. Ive been keeping an eye on Gwens artist page in itunes today, and looks like it was just reskinned w/ a new image. Yay so excited to hear the song tonight!!

  5. I wish she would’ve had her red lip on the album cover. Other than that she looks beautiful. And I love how she never followed the trend with the pointy nails that literally every girl has. She kept it Anaheim Chola.

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