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Lady Gaga's "Swine" Track Leaked Online

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10/24/2013 11:22 am
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Clare Sidoti

Managing Editor

With the almost daily offering of new ARTPOP gifts to her fans, it comes as a surprise that a new Lady Gaga track from her upcoming album has been leaked online. A new cut of “Swine” has appeared ahead of the November 11 release of ARTPOP. While she performed the track as part of her set at London’s iTunes Festival back at the beginning of September, this is the first time the studio version has been heard. [soundcloud url="" params="show_artwork=false" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /] As part of the celebrations and publicity for ARTPOP, Gaga has been releasing through Twitter and her website snippets of tracks from the album, full tracks as well as track artwork. The most recent release was October 22’s snippet of the album’s title track, “ARTPOP”. The track leak comes hot on the heels of yesterday’s (October 23) confirmation that the recent release of the promotional track, “Do What U Want” will be the second released single as opposed to “Venus”. However, while the single has shot to the top of the UK and US iTunes charts, the UK’s Official Charts Company has deemed the single “chart-ineligible” due to the way it was released. However, they have announced on their website, "

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) will become chart eligible once the related album pre-order promotion ends. Official Chart rules, as agreed in committee with the British music industry, allow one ‘instant grat’ promotion per album, i.e a single track download given away as an album pre-order incentive. Do What U Want is the second track to be delivered to fans who pre-order 


, the track will become eligible to chart once the current chosen promotional period ends and the full album is released on 11 November.
" “Venus”, the now third single from the album, will still be released worldwide this Sunday (October 27).


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