Attention, Target shoppers: Bon Jovi's new album will arrive at the retail giant in a special deluxe edition that includes three extra tracks.

According to the band's publicist, the expanded version of the upcoming This House Is Not for Sale — which is scheduled to arrive Oct. 21 and available to pre-order now through Target's site — adds the songs “I Will Drive You Home,” “Good Night New York” and “Touch of Grey" to the standard track listing.

The Target version stands separate from the other deluxe edition of the record, which adds "Real Love," "All Hail the King" and "We Don't Run" to the track listing — and it appears that the latter Target track, "Touch of Grey," is also appended to the Japanese edition of the album.

The record's regular running order, which you can check out below, comes to a dozen songs in all — including the title track, which has already been released as the album's first single. As frontman Jon Bon Jovi recently told Extra, he sees the song as a statement of renewed purpose for the band.

"'This House Is Not for Sale' is as much of a statement as we’ve made before," said Bon Jovi. "This heart, this soul, this house is not for sale — it’s about my integrity."

As fans are aware, it's been an unusual few years for the band, including the departure of guitarist Richie Sambora and a temporary departure from their longtime record company — all of which fed into the writing of the songs.

"It’s been an interesting last few years to see it come together, and to now share it with the world is something I’ve been waiting to do," Bon Jovi said. "I’m very proud of it. Now that the single is out and the statements been made, we're very excited. ... The three years between then and now, out of great pains comes great songs. This record was simple, we just said, 'We have a lot to say and nothing to prove.'"

Bon Jovi, 'This House Is Not for Sale' Track Listing
"This House Is Not for Sale"
"Living With the Ghost"
"Labor of Love"
"Born Again Tomorrow"
"Roller Coaster"
"New Year's Day"
"The Devil's in the Temple"
"Scars on This Guitar"
"God Bless This Mess"
"Come On Up to Our House"

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