How To Download Miley Cyrus' New Album

by Jenny Hollander

Miley Cyrus certainly ended the 2015 VMAs with a bang. Seconds after her closing performance, which featured numerous cast members from RuPaul's Drag Race, Cyrus declared that her new album, Miley Cyrus And Her Dead Petz, would be available to stream immediately. That's right — immediately. You can listen to it right now by visiting her website, which features 23 tracks, including, "Karen Don't Be Sad," "Fucking Fucked Up," and "Space Boots." The title and several of the tracks reference Cyrus' deceased dogs, Floyd and Lila, along with her deceased blowfish, Pablow.

Cyrus has referenced the deaths of her pets before. During her Bangerz tour, she sang to a 60-foot replica of Floyd, who died mysteriously in April of last year. Before that, in 2012, her dog Lila passed away. At the time, Cyrus didn't elaborate on Lila's cause of death, although her mother told AOL Music that Lila had died after being badly bitten by another of Miley's dogs.

The lyrics of one of Cyrus' Backyards Session from earlier this year focused on her dead blowfish, Pablow. Cyrus sang, "Why did everything I loved have to die?" adding, "But Pablow the blowfish, I miss you so bad."

The 23 songs on her album are, in order:

  1. "Dooo It!"
  2. "Karen Don't Be Sad"
  3. "The Floyd Song (Sunrise)"
  4. "Something About Space Dude"
  5. "Space Boots"
  6. "Fucking Fucked Up"
  7. "BB Talk"
  8. "Fweaky"
  9. "Bang Me Box"
  10. "Milky Milky Milk"
  11. "Cyrus Skies"
  12. "Slab Of Butter (Scorpion)"
  13. "I'm So Drunk"
  14. "I Forgive Yiew"
  15. "I Get So Scared"
  16. "Lighter"
  17. "Tangerine"
  18. "Tiger Dreams"
  19. "Evil Is But A Shadow"
  20. "1 Sun"
  21. "Pablow The Blowfish"
  22. "Miley Tibetan Bowlzzz"
  23. "Twinkle Song"
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Minutes later, Miley tweeted:

So there you go. Kanye West is running for president, Cyrus has a brand-new album, and Nicki Minaj and Cyrus have some serious beef.

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