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Miranda Lambert Reveals Album Art For ‘Four The Record’

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How does a girl top off a week in which she's been nominated for two Country Music Association awards (and her husband for five!)? Well, if you're Miranda Lambert, you keep the momentum going and reveal the album art for your wildly anticipated fourth release.

Four The Record
, which is slated to hit the streets on November 1, features Lambert on the cover looking pensive in front of a burning car--very crazy ex-girlfriend. There's also a unique feature: Fans can go to Lambert's official site and add a photo of themselves to the artwork via Twitter as part of a "Tweet Mosaic." Sooo...what's a Tweet Mosaic? Well, it's one of those big pictures that is actually made up of a zillion teeny pictures--in this case, Twitter profile pics are arranged to form Lambert's album art.

After uploading your photo, you can search for yourself hidden in the hundreds of Twitpics that make up the big picture. (If you're a little lost right now--it's kind of hard to explain--one of those things you need to see for yourself. You'll immediately realize what I'm talking about once you do. Click here to try it out.)

But, regardless of fancy/fun features, here is what Lambert's album will look like (just the regular un-Twitterfied version).


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Four The Record features lead-off single "Baggage Claim," Lambert's highest-debuting single to date. Lambert is also enjoying the success of her side project, all-girl trio Pistol Annies, whose first release Hell On Heels debuted No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart last week.

Will you add your photo to Miranda's album cover? Be sure to let me know what you think! 

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