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Herman Cain Gospel Album Hits Internet

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Presidential candidate, pizza mogul, gospel singer? Herman Cain might just have the most eclectic resume ever.

Cain, a Republican 2012 hopeful, recorded a gospel album. Six tracks from "Sunday Morning" hit the web today. Check them out below.

From Slate's David Weigel:

It's real, it was published 15 years ago by GLC Music, Selah Sound Production & Melodic Praise Records, and it is not being distributed now by the Cain campaign

Cain isn't the first politician to double as a musician. In November, Jimmy McMillian, New York gubernatorial candidate for the Rent Is Too Damn High party, released an R&B album.

Cain's latest poll numbers suggest that a music career might not be a bad backup option. He came in 4th in an Iowa poll after Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty.

He also took heat for recent comments that an alligator-filled moat could be suitable border security solution.


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