Miley Cyrus’ “Bangerz”: Preview The Hip-Hop/ Country Hybrid That Totally Works

Listen to these 30-second previews of Miley Cyrus' "Bangerz."

Get a sneak peek, er, listen to Miley’s upcoming album before its official release.

Oh, glorious Monday, for today, the sun shone bright upon the Smilers! In other words, Miley Cyrus allowed her fans to stream mini previews of every single song on the deluxe edition of Bangerz (out Oct. 8) via All Music — though it looks like it’s all over now. We have a lot of #feelings (WHAT A SURPRISE) about each and every track on the album. But, since we only got to listen to 30-second snippets of each tune, we’re gonna give our official first take in exactly 30 words each. See? It’s clever! IT’S VERY CLEVER.

1.) “Adore You”: Fiona Apple called — she wants her sullen swagger back. She also wants to know if y’all wanna watch “Miley: The Movement” at her house Wednesday night. We’ll bring the fluffernutters.

2.) “We Can’t Stop“: Wait… you’re not serious, are you? This was only, like, one of the songs of the summer. Remember? The twerking?! Why hast thou forsaken the twerrrrrkiiiiiiing? (We’re in a fight.)

3.) “SMS (Bangerz)“: These lyrics should give you a sense of the Britney Spears collab: “They ask me how I keep a man/ I keep a battery pack.” Very, how you say, “Mannequin.”

4.) “4X4“: Did you forget that Miley’s Billy Ray Cyrus‘ daughter? “4×4″ will help remind you. Also, Nelly‘s taking a pretty hard turn down Ole Country Road lately. First “Cruise,” now this!

5.) “My Darlin’”: Featuring Future‘s haunting vocals, this track interpolates the iconic chorus from Ben E. King‘s “Stand By Me.” In other news, today was “interpolate” on my word-of-the-day calendar.

Listen to the 30-second previews of every track on Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz after the jump.

6.) “Wrecking Ball“: To create the perfect sound for this industrial number, Miley left a mic hooked up to a demolition site. To preserve its rawness, she left it without lyrics. JUST KIDDING.

7.) “Love Money Party”: “Party ain’t nothing but a party/ When you party every day/ It ain’t nothing but a party” is some logic that we believe you’ll have much trouble arguing with, friend.

8.) “#Getitright”: If you make an official video for this one, Milez, can you maybe maybe plz plz give it a “Gidget”-inspired, ’60s surfer look and feel? (IT’S A GOOD IDEA.)

9.) “Drive”: John can’t come to the phone right now. He has been aurally incapacitated due to a sudden encounter with unexpected musical flawlessness. Please leave your message after the tone. BOOP.

10.) “Fu”: This is that “Cryin’, cryiiiiiiin” song that the “Miley: The Movement” trailer hinted at. The French Montana-featured song is surprisingly upbeat compared with the snippet — kinda Lily Allen-esque.

11.) “Do My Thang”: I am, like, 99 percent sure that I will be drunkenly clapping along to this at 3:30 a.m. at some point in the near future. What, I know myself.

12.) “Maybe You’re Right”: We’re getting major old-school Miley vibes on this track, but with a contemporary Katy Perry feeling to it. It’s kind of like if “Roar” and “The Climb” had a baby.

13.) “Someone Else”: This track is, like, DEFINITELY going to leave many clubgoers gasping for breath on the dance floor. Go call the po-lice! Go call the guh-vuh-nah! THIS IS NOT A DRILL.

14.) “Rooting For My Baby”: Hello, bossa nova, where’d you come from? In case you couldn’t tell by the title, “Rooting For My Baby” is another addition that brings out the album’s strong country roots.

15.) “On My Own”: It’s not a cover of the “Les Miserables” ballad, but we’ll still pull out this White Stripes-meets-Queen-meets-Gossip banger should we ever enter Capeside’s annual Miss Windjammer pageant.

16.) “Hands In The Air”: A very solid ending that could’ve easily kept the vibes going strong on Rihanna‘s Unapologetic. We didn’t hear Ludacris‘ featured bit, but we’re anticipating an awesome duet between the two.

 + Listen to 30-second previews of every track off of Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz.