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Femme Fatale (Deluxe Version)

28 Mar. 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 25 Mar. 2011
  • Release Date: 25 Mar. 2011
  • Label: Jive
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  • Total Length: 58:34
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  • ASIN: B004T807HU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,635 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Truecolours09 on 25 Mar. 2011
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The singles initially released from Femme Fatale felt like warning shots - fantastically produced and exciting, they were nonetheless not as immediately catchy as might have been hoped and had some akward elements to navigate (dubstep breakdowns, lack of obvious chorus). Perhaps this was the moment when the melodic pop template (already exquisitely pushed to its limit with 'Blackout') fell apart altogether?

But closer listening was reassuring. 'Till The World Ends' grows over time and has a stunning middle 8 ('See the sunrise, we ain't stopping...") that transforms the track into epic, euphoric widescreen pop. 'Hold It Against Me' similarly saves the powerful, sweeping hooks until the end of the song.

'Femme Fatale' continues in the same vein, with even the harsher-sounding electronic tracks revealing lovely little pop hooks and melodic flourishes. Standout for me is 'Trip To Your Heart', in which Britney's original saccharin-sweet pop collides head on with a stuttering, then suddenly squelchy Euro-dance backing track that feels like an instant classic of its kind. Lyrically it's about nothing and yet it feels like its about everything, like all the best pop music should.

Other favourites include the stridently confident, deeply bass-driven 'Drop Dead Beautiful and the oddly touching 'How I Roll' (which was always going to be a winner with me from the moment the vocodered vocals cut in). The Toxic-lite of 'Gasoline', retro Inner City stylings on 'Up n Down' and galloping Eurotrance of 'I Wanna Go' are all superb. 'Inside Out'(dubstep melodrama) and 'Criminal' (folky flutes, funky beat, chorus that slides into itself) slow things down a little but are not the dull filler that dominate so many albums by major artists.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jane Mcgonigle on 19 Dec. 2014
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This is an incredibly strong dance-pop album, highly recommend if you're a fan of this genre or Britney!

1. Till The World Ends 10/10
Massive club hit worldwide, super addictive and catchy

2. Hold It Against Me 10/10
Britney's most recent US number 1 single and for a good reason! This is one of the many stand outs

3. Inside Out 9/10
Really good vocals and production on this track to make it very enjoyable

4. I Wanna Go 10/10
Another of Britney's hit singles, must listen!

5. How I Roll 9/10
Interesting song but so enjoyable

6. Drop Dead (Beautiful) [featuring Sabi] 9/10
Catchy and fun, also includes a good choice of featured artist

7. Seal It With A Kiss 8/10
One of the albums weaker moments but still strong!

8. Big Fat Bass (featuring will.i.am) 10/10
This oozes fun completely. It's creative, innovative and exciting

9. Trouble For Me 10/10
I LOVE this song for the amazing instrumentals and the catchy melodies, let it grow on you

10. Trip To Your Heart 8/10
I do really enjoy this. It's not a bad track at all, just not one of the best!

11. Gasoline 10/10
Mega catchy and punchy, makes you want to sing along to it

12. Criminal 10/10
My favourite song on the album. It pours out emotion in a way only Britney can do and it works so so well on the album

13. Up N' Down 10/10
For the people who own the standard edition... You are missing out! This song is so fun and belongs in the club with hits like Till The World Ends

14. He About To Lose Me 9/10
A side to Britney we haven't often seen but goes well at this point on the album

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The hype is over and the Femme Fetale is here to stay! Britney's most recent album Femme Fetale has landed her another hit album.

When I first heard the album I thought it was not a bad album, but this album is a grower, you may not fall in love with every track on the album, however it is a good compilation of electro-pop and heavy bass tracks. Usually albums tend to have the best tracks at the beginning and then become boring towards the end, nonetheless this album is consistant throughout

The stand out tracks include the lead single Hold It Against Me and the second single Till The World Ends (shame this did not chart higher in the U.K.). Others include I Wanna Go, Big Fat Bass, Gasoline, Criminal and Up N' Down.

1. Till The World Ends - 10/10 Very dancey and does make you want to "dance till the world ends".
2. Hold It Against Me - 8/10 When I first heard this single it did shock me with the dub-step bit in it, however it works.
3. Inside out - 8/10 This track has a good tune, a grower track.
4. I Wanna Go - 10/10 Possibly the catchiest track on the album.
5. How I Roll - 6/10 Boppy tune, however seems to build up to nothing...
6. (Drop Dead) Beautiful (Feat. Sabi) - 7/10 To be honest I personally thought the Sabi part could may aswell have been done by Britney, I could barely tell their voices apart!
7. Seal It With A Kiss - 8/10 Doesn't stand out in the album, but the track is good.
8. Big Fat Bass - 9/10 When I first heard this track I wasn't too satisfied, it seems to be repetitive lyrics over a "big fat bass", however this track just grows on you, after listening to the whole album you just want to go and listen to this track again... Weird eh?!
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