There are two versions of Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’

The long-awaited album has finally been released

There are two different versions of Frank Ocean‘s new album ‘Blonde‘.

The singer released his third album, which was originally called ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, this morning (August 21).

A physical version of the record was sold at pop-up shops in London, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago with copies of Ocean’s Boys Don’t Cry magazine.

Fans noticed that the tracklisting for the physical version differs to that available to stream online. As The Fader notes, the physical version features two songs that are not included on the digital copy, ‘Mitsubishi Sony’ and ‘Easy’.

‘Nikes’, ‘Be Yourself’, ‘Self Control’, ‘Good Guy’, ‘Solo (Reprise)’, ‘Facebook Story’ and ‘Close To You’ are all exclusive to the online version.

The tracklistings for both versions are as follows:

Physical version:

‘Pretty Sweet’
‘Mitsubishi Sony’
‘Ivy’
‘Pink & White’
‘Solo’
‘Easy’
‘Skyline To’
‘Night.s’
‘White Ferrari’
‘Seigfried’
‘Godspeed’
‘Futura Free’

Digital version:

‘Nikes’
‘Ivy’
‘Pink + White’
‘Be Yourself’
‘Solo’
‘Skyline To’
‘Self Control’
‘Good Guy’
‘Nights’
‘Solo (Reprise)’
‘Pretty Sweet’
‘Facebook Story’
‘Close to You’
‘White Ferrari’
‘Seigfried’
‘Godspeed’
‘Futura Free’
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