The upcoming Madonna album is almost more anticipated than the alleged 2012 apocalypse. As a result, her tracks have been guarded about as heavily as Mayan temples -- but we still have a sneak peek at 'Turn Up the Radio.' However, Madge's vocals aren't on this track.

MuuMuse snagged a live recording of 'Turn Up the Radio.' The track was one of two collaborations between French DJ and producer Martin Solveig and U.K. songstress Sunday Girl. It was recorded for Solveig's 2011 album 'Smash,' but was shelved in favor of another collaboration called 'Let's Not Play Games.' Despite the track not appearing on Solveig's record, he still plays it live.

The house beat is similar to Solveig's smash hit 'Hello' featuring Dragonette, and based on the leaked Madonna tracks, it will fit in perfectly on her new as-yet-untitled album. It features a similar beat and cheerleader chant as what we heard in 'Gimme All Your Luvin'' -- though we don't know if this track will have the same sort of special guests!

Since she isn't on the original track, it's unclear whether the Material Girl will be as upset and litigious over its leak. We hope not -- it's catchy and just stokes our excitement for her version!

Listen to Martin Solveig's 'Turn Up the Radio' Feat. Sunday Girl