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'Glee' star Lea Michele reveals track list for debut album 'Louder'

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"Glee" star Lea Michele broke out in her role as the ambitious ingenue on the hit FOX comedy, often taking on many of music's biggest hits and most influential musicians. A few of her memorable performances include covers of Journey, Bob Dylan, TLC and Billy Joel, among others.

The 27-year-old took to Twitter on Sunday (Dec. 8) to reveal the official track listing for her upcoming debut album, titled "Louder." She exclaimed on the popular sharing network, "CHECK OUT MY INSTAGRAM FOR MY TRACK LIST!!!! ALBUM PRE ORDER ON DEC 10th!!!!!"

The album's first single is "Cannonball," a track written by pop hit-maker Sia, and will be available instantly as a digital download upon pre-ordering the record on Dec. 10. The singer is set to perform the single on the "Ellen Show" on Dec. 12.

Also, Michele previously confirmed to Zap2It that two songs on the record, "You're Mine" and "If You Say So," are dedicated to the late Cory Monteith -- who passed away in July due to an overdose in his Vancouver hotel room.

Here is the album's track list:

1. "Cannonball"

2. "On My Way"

3. "Burn With You"

4. "Battlefield"

5. "You're Mine"

6. "Thousand Needles"

7. "Louder"

8. "Cue The Rain"

9. "Don't Let Go"

10. "Empty Handed"

11. "If You Say So"

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