Lady Gaga reveals 'Born This Way' tracklisting

Plus 'Judas' video to premiere this week

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Lady Gaga has announced the tracklisting for her forthcoming album ‘Born This Way’ using her Twitter account,

Set for release on May 23, the 14-track album also comes in a special edition version featuring a five-track bonus disc. The UK tracklisting (below) is slightly different to the tracklisting she tweeted, her spokesperson has confirmed.

The video for the second single to be taken from the album, 'Judas', will receive its premiere on May 5, showing on American Idol and E! News in the US.

Co-directed by Laurieann Gibson and Lady Gaga, the video allegedly cost $10million to make.

The UK standard edition of ‘Born This Way’'s tracklisting is:

‘Marry the Night’
‘Born This Way’
‘Government Hooker’
‘Bloody Mary’
‘Bad Kids’
‘Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)’
‘Heavy Metal Lover’
‘Electric Chapel’
‘Yoü and I’
‘The Edge of Glory’
'Born This Way' (Jost & Naaf Remix - UK bonus track)

The tracklisting of the UK special edition is:

Disc one:

'Marry The Night'
'Born This Way'
'Government Hooker'
'Bloody Mary'
'Black Jesus † Amen Fashion'
'Bad Kids'
'Fashion Of His Love'
'Highway Unicorn (Road To Love)'
'Heavy Metal Lover'
'Electric Chapel'
'The Queen'
'Yoü And I'
'The Edge Of Glory'

Disc two:

'Born This Way' (The Country Road version)
'Judas' (DJ White Shadow remix)
'Marry The Night' (Zedd remix)
'Scheiße' (DJ White Shadow Mugler )
'Fashion Of His Love' (Fernando Garibay remix)
'Born This Way' - Jost & Naaf Remix (UK bonus track)

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