With his T.I. and Pharrell-assisted single dominating the charts (it's held the No. 1 spot for eight weeks running now), Robin Thicke looks to replicate that success with his new 'Blurred Lines' album, which finally hit stores on Tuesday (Jul. 30).

In case you still need a little persuasion to pick up a copy -- even after more than half the cuts were previewed early -- Robin serves up a full stream of his sixth LP. Spanning 11 tracks (14 if you pick up the deluxe edition), it features further appearances from Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz.

According to Billboard, 'Blurred Lines' is expected to sell around 135,000 first-week copies, which would earn Robin his first No. 1 album. It's available to purchase now on iTunes and Amazon.