Cowboy Carter records and CDs are missing tracks, according to Beyoncé fans.

Fans of Beyoncé are upset over missing tracks on physical editions of her album Cowboy Carter, with complaints flooding social media platforms.

Reports indicate that five tracks from the digital version are absent on the vinyl and CD releases, including standout song "Ya Ya."

The missing tracks have led to frustration among fans, with some expressing disappointment on platforms like TikTok and Reddit.

Commenters on Beyoncé's official online store are demanding explanations and potential refunds for the $40 vinyl edition.

Complaints directed to the album's retailer have been met with automated responses due to a high volume of emails.

Speculation suggests that late changes in the album's tracklist may have caused discrepancies between digital and physical releases.

The theory gains traction as the spine of vinyl and CD copies refers to the album as "Act II – Beyincé – Beyoncé," hinting at potential last-minute alterations.

Beyoncé has a history of post-release adjustments to her albums, such as removing controversial tracks or modifying lyrics.

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