Hot off the heels of his well-received fifth hosting stint on Saturday Night Live, Justin Timberlake has decided to jump the gun ahead of his album’s March 19 release date and make the LP’s ten tracks available to stream on iTunes. As of this morning, The 20/20 Experience, is available to fans, and if initial reaction is any indication, the music is extremely satisfying.

According to The Huffington Post, fans downloading the LP can expect ten pretty long songs (average length seven or eight minutes) that work in cohesion to take listeners on a musical journey. The subject matters themselves don’t necessarily offer a cohesive vision, but much thought was put into how the various musical directions would play off one another in this particular order.

You can check out the tracklist for the album below, courtesy of JT’s Stipple

To stream the album yourself, you can head on over to iTunes, or, if you’re more of a hard copy person, you can wait for the physical release later this month. Either way, you’re bound to find plenty of other people to talk about the music with and to debate about whether Justin should spend more of his efforts acting or doing music.

Starting in July, Timberlake and his buddy Jay-Z will criss-cross the United States and Canada for a tour they’ve dubbed Legends Of The Summer. If The 20/20 Experience is to your liking, I would highly recommend you check that out. If not, I would still recommend checking out one of the concerts in order to hear “Sexyback”, “Cry Me A River” and if you’re lucky “Bye Bye Bye”.

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