Herman Cain gospel album surfaces

Herman Cain speaks during a press conference by the Tea Party Express at the National Press Club Aug. 4, 2010 in Washington, DC. Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images

Herman Cain
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Fifteen years before he became a presidential candidate, Republican Herman Cain recorded a gospel album - and on Monday, six tracks from the album, with names like "Hallelujah Square" and "My Soul I Anchored," hit the Internet.

Cain spokesperson Ellen Carmichael told TPM the album, "Sunday Morning," was posted by an independent website called DraftCain.org that backs Cain's presidential bid, and that the campaign was not involved in the release.

Cain does not appear to have mentioned the album during his presidential bid, though he has certainly made his religious convictions clear. Check out the six tracks from the album below:


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