January 29, 2011 15:32

Britney Spears new album release date confirmed in US

Leaked document reveals details of 'Circus' follow-up

Britney Spears new album release date confirmed in US
A release date for Britney Spears's new album has been revealed in a leaked document.

According to a sales solicitation sheet created by her label Jive Records the follow-up to her 2008 album 'Circus' will be released in the US on March 15.

No UK date release has yet been set.

Spears' seventh studio album will be available in both standard and deluxe versions, according to the sheet, with the latter including additional liner booklet pages and three or four extra tracks, according to MTV.com.

Her manager Adam Leber also took to his Twitter page twitter.com/adamleber to champion her new record.

"Britney fans should be excited," he wrote. "Album is incredible, video is fire, photoshoot is pure glam. 'Patience' isn't just a great song by Guns N' Roses. All good things to those who wait."

The singer released her comeback single 'Hold It Against Me' in the US earlier this month. It is set to come out in Britain on February 20.

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