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Britney Jean [Explicit]

2 Dec. 2013 | Format: MP3

£5.59 (VAT included if applicable)
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  • Original Release Date: 2 Dec. 2013
  • Release Date: 2 Dec. 2013
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 36:06
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00GPUYRM6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,030 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ash Bellamy on 5 Jan. 2015
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As someone who never really paid attention to Britney, apart from the odd song here and there, I recently fell in love with the maturer sounding "Perfume" and so I decided to purchase the album.

I had low expectations of the album, I did buy it for one song, but I can assure you I was pleasantly surprised.
I'm not sure if Britney's progression from Pop Princess to this new sound has happened in stages and I've been living under a rock, but compared to her older singles I have heard throughout growing up, this album just seems to beat them all.

Britney Jean is a Pop/EDM release, it feels recent, diverse within itself (from 'Perfume' to 'Til Its Gone', and 'Chillin' with You' to 'Tik Tik Boom'. Britney sounds more mature in this album and the EDM style makes it an addictive album (and a great revision soundtrack too).

If, like me, the latest song you could remember prior to 'Perfume' was '3', or even older, then this is a pleasant experience which changed my view of Britney Spears from a generic pop idol to a solid artist, I guess years of experience pay off.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scarlet Jupiter TOP 500 REVIEWER on 2 Dec. 2013
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Billed as a sequel to career-highlight, and fan-favourite, "Blackout", it made no sense to launch the album's campaign with a hummering electro-club anthem called "Work bitch". For the most part, "Britney Jean" showcases anything but what its title implies; it is mostly heavily auto-tuned, polished, melodic electro-pop stompers, and only a few sparse personal touches. The insanely addictive "'Til it's gone", combines great vocals over a massive beat-frenzy; "It should be easy" with its Daft Punk-esque bassline, is another thundering affair; and "Tik tik boom"'s crawling beats are irresistibly sexy. On the more subtle side, are the wonderfully isolating yet intimate gentle opener, "Alien", "Passenger", a guitar-led midtempo with a mystical vibe, and closing track "Don't cry" whose fragility is reminiscent of former, sublime, single "Everytime".

Digital pop may be all about sonic perfection, but soul, substance and emotion, is frustratingly lacking. "Britney Jean" is almost a pristinely crafted result but, for an album that is suggested to be personal, it is a shame that much more intimacy and depth are not showcased. Publicity implied that this would be an intimate affair, with Britney herself saying this is an album "specifically for my diehard fans", referring to it as her "most personal record yet". It is not; in fact it is anything but. Evidently, it is more of an experiment than an autobiography, a transitional record, being her first album released in her thirties. Over the years Britney has been grabbing hold of trendy musical ideas in the most unnuanced ways possible. That is a task she has skillfully accomplished. That's what makes hit albums; "Britney Jean" is a guaranteed one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JustAMovieLover on 13 Jun. 2014
Format: Audio CD
I like this album but it has its downfalls which are mainly down to her team rather than Brit herself.

Alot of my dislike of this album comes down to the producers/production on the album. One minute you get a raw vocal then next you get a polished vocal then you get the Will.i.am mess of auto-tuned to death. Some parts sounds like she has a blocked nose and others you could say her background vocalist takes over(aka the in-famous Myah Marie). Fair enough she doesn't have the strongest vocals but I like to see a simple acoustic / raw vocal album without the production. Fans and critics would respect her more without all of the tweeks.

I'm not even sure Brit even knows what she sounds like these days since her albums are generally over produced then when it comes to live! shows she simply lip-syncs / mic turned off.

Stand Out Tracks - Body Ache, Til It's Gone, Alien, Tik Tik Boom and Don't Cry. Those saying its not "personal" then i'd disagree some of the tracks are personal if you can see between the production and lyrics you'll see the meaning of the song.
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Format: Audio CD
Brilliant and underrated album, if you like dance/pop music I don't see why you wouldn't like this!

1. Alien 10/10
One of the album's best songs to start off, definitely a highlight

2. Work B*tch 10/10
The amazing first single from the album, the best song on here

3. Perfume 9/10
An amazing ballad written by Sia, the album's second single and one of it's fine ballads

4. It Should Be Easy (featuring will.i.am) 10/10
A great upbeat dance track, it does feature heavy autotune but it isn't unnecessary as it fits with the song

5. Tik Tik Boom (featuring T.I.) 10/10
The album's most urban moment featuring hip hop artist T.I., this could've been a smash!

6. Body Ache 10/10
Another great dance track with credits by David Guetta, totally fresh souding

7. Til' It's Gone 10/10
An instant stand out track, definitely worth the listen!

8. Passenger 10/10
At first it didn't really stand out to me although I liked it, however it grew on me and is much better than I initially thought

9. Chillin' With You (featuring Jamie Lynn) 10/10
A ballad (in my opinion) better than Perfume, also featuring great vocals from her younger sister

10. Don't Cry 9/10
A great ending track to the standard edition album, good song!

11. Brightest Morning Star 7/10
The weakest track on the album but is still good and worth the listen

12. Hold Tight 10/10
Surprisingly good, I didn't think it was anything special at first just like Passenger but it grew on me, a lot!

13. Now That I Found You 10/10
A brilliant dance track which could have easily made the standard edition album

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