Bruno Mars Unveils ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’ Cover, Tracklisting

Unorthodox Jukebox

Bruno Mars monkeys around on the cover of his sophomore album Unorthodox Jukebox. The comical artwork shows a gorilla playing a jukebox (He also has a song on the album titled “Gorilla”).

Due December 11, the follow-up to his Grammy-winning debut Doo-Wops & Hooligans features 10 tracks including the single “Locked Out of Heaven” and “Young Girls,” which he premiered on “SNL.”

Mars executive produced the project with his songwriting/production team The Smeezingtons (Mars, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine), and worked with producers including Jeff Bhasker, Mark Ronson, and Diplo.

“This is me locking myself in the studio and being free recording whatever it is I want to record,” the singer-songwriter told VH1. “Just being inspired by all different styles of music and isn’t that what music should be?”

See the tracklisting below.

Unorthodox Jukebox Tracklisting

1. “Young Girls”
2. “Locked Out of Heaven”
3. “Gorilla”
4. “Treasure”
5. “Moonshine”
6. “When I Was Your Man”
7. “Natalie”
8. “Show Me”
9. “Money Make Her Smile”
10. “If I Knew”

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  1. J. V.

    I’m buying!


  2. Trey

    Might check out this album. Heard Walked out of Heaven on SNL and was pretty impressed.


  3. boom boom

    i’m getting this for sure!


  4. Gesile

    I can’t wait to buy the album.young girls is awesome song but I’m so excited about gorilla and treasure . Heard that all the song in the album are catchy and strong to be each as a single .


  5. lia

    This’s brilliant I love it, can’t wait for the album


  6. Miszi

    Not many tracks but I’m sure the quality will be great. Can’t wait. Oh and the cover is freaking cool.


  7. Chrissy

    Definitely will be supporting!


  8. ryan

    really? only 10 songs? cheap


    Nina Reply:

    @ryan, Many albums in the past (i.e. 60s/70s/80s) usually had around 10-12 songs; today’s generation are just used to records containing tonnes of album-fillers. Bruno actually said in a Billboard interview that he made other songs, but he only wanted his favorite tracks on ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’. Anyway, I noticed that many of the artists under Atlantic Records have 10-12 songs on their albums, so it might be a record label thing.


    Lisa Reply:

    @ryan, Like Nina said, back in the day 10-12 songs was a normal range. Today, most mainstream artists have an album full of fillers with a handful of standout songs. I believe Stevie Wonder’s classic album, Innervisions, only had 9 tracks. Sounds like Bruno skipped the fillers aka fluff and stuck by what he truly loved and knew would stick with the listeners. This is exactly why Bruno stands out from a lot of other artists, he really understands music history. He doesn’t just talk it, you can genuinely see the influence. Also, Adele’s ’21′ only had 10 songs. Beyonce’s ’4′ had 12 tracks.


  9. vladica07

    I can’t freaking wait!!!


  10. commanderofthedancefloor

    i like it so much better. a little dissapointed in only 10 traks but still excited because its bruno mars. hopefully though he has a deluxe album with about 3 additional songs.


  11. g_music

    this is going to such a great album! cannot wait to get it!!!


  12. tripper27

    artists these days get “paid” huge amount of money for fewer tracks look at flo rida 9-10 tracks gets paid millions for “mini albums”..i know the business side of things and trust me bruno mars is getting his check! not always about quantity, quality is important looks like now “filler” tracks here!


  13. Beeuy Pretty Sunniz

    what the heck a monkey picture


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