If you're dying to know if Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' lives up to the hype, now's your chance to find out!

Snippets of the entire album are online, and it's a more eclectic song collection than most of the world would expect.

Cyrus, who recently adopted a new "urban" persona (though she insists she's over the whole twerking thing), still embraces her country-pop-rock roots a bit on 'Bangerz' despite asking producers for songs that "sound black."

One such song is '4x4' featuring Nelly, in which Cyrus goes into detail about her own incontinence when in fast cars.

'Adore You,' which you can also preview here, is a sultry love song, while Cyrus had a hand in penning a few kiss-off tracks as well -- which implies that she and ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth called it quits much earlier than they'd admit to the public. (Now Snoop and Big Sean's respective commentary make a lot more sense, don't they?)

Those songs include 'My Darlin',' which samples 'Stand By Me' and features the lyric, "I pictured us walking to the altar / For better or for worse," as well as 'Fu,' a sassier, Broadway-style number that implies she found out Hemsworth was cheating by looking through his phone. Sketchy!

For more hints and insight on Cyrus' side of the split, also tune in to 'Maybe You're Right' and 'Someone Else.'

And for an interesting listen? 'Do My Thang' is extremely reminiscent of 'Call Me' by Blondie, to the point of possibly owing some royalties.