Bruce Springsteen, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama

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In case Barack Obama needs an Inauguration Day soundtrack, the Boss should have him covered.

Bruce Springsteen is planning to release a new studio album with the E Street Band in January, right in time for Obama's ascendance to the White House.

According to the fansite, the yet-to-be-titled set will be a follow-up to 2007's multiplatinum Magic and may contain material left over from those recording sessions with producer Brendan O'Brien.

The track list will also likely feature "Workin' on a Dream," a duet the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer debuted with wife Patti Scialfa last weekend at an Obama rally in Cleveland.

No other details have emerged. A rep for Springsteen could not be reached for comment.

The "Born to Run" rocker's music was in heavy rotation at Obama campaign stops, most notably "The Rising." Springsteen also made numerous appearances with and on behalf of Obama.

Springsteen's next scheduled performance is Thursday night at New York's Town Hall as part of the Stand Up for Heroes benefit, where he will be joined by Whoopi Goldberg and Ricky Gervais.

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