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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B001GO09MI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 425,349 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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BRITNEY SPEARS Circus (2009 Taiwanese edition 13-track CD album which sees Britney reunite with previous collaborators such as Max Martin Danja and Bloodshy & Avant including the singles Womanizer If U Seek Amy and Circus plus the Bonus Recording Radar sealed with unique wrap-around obi-strip)

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It didn't happen overnight, but Britney is back to the one woman pop machine she used to be. While 'Blackout' was a great album it got lost along the way during all the drama, but it's here, album number 6, and what an album it has turned out to be. The albums sound seems to be an equal mix of Blackout and the Britney of years ago. It's not quite as electronic as Blackout and brings back more of Britney's personality in to the album. This is the first album since 2001's 'Britney' that she has collaborated with Max Martin, also Danja is back producing along with Bloodshy & Avant. New producers (The Outsyders & The Underdogs)have been brought in too to make sure the album isn't too predictable. The only slight let down is (surprisingly) the Bloodshy & Avant production. 'Unusual You' is just not up to their previous work together, its not bad just a bit bland next to the other tracks.
This album is every bit as solid as Blackout was, whilst not every song is amazing, none are at all bad. Lead single 'Womanizer' is certainatly a great song, catchy, fast and not too deep, but that's just for starters. It is definately not the best song on the album. Next single lined up is Dr Luke produced 'Circus' which is 100 times better again than Womanizer. It moves at a slower pace but the beat is heavier & the songs feel overall is darker. Pure brilliance!! Other great tracks include 'If You Seek Amy' which is a really catchy song (helped along by the play on words (",)). One thing that Blackout was missing was a genuinely emotional ballad and Circus serves up a great one 'Out From Under' which discusses finding your feet after the breakdown of a relationship. A really genuine song from Britney. 'Lace & Leather' and Danja produced 'Kill The Lights' are yet more great tracks from the set.
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It didn't happen overnight, but Britney is back to the one woman pop machine she used to be. While 'Blackout' was a great album it got lost along the way during all the drama, but it's here, album number 6, and what an album it has turned out to be. The albums sound seems to be an equal mix of Blackout and the Britney of years ago. It's not quite as electronic as Blackout and brings back more of Britney's personality in to the album. This is the first album since 2001's 'Britney' that she has collaborated with Max Martin, also Danja is back producing along with Bloodshy & Avant. New producers (The Outsyders & The Underdogs)have been brought in too to make sure the album isn't too predictable. The only slight let down is (surprisingly) the Bloodshy & Avant production. 'Unusual You' is just not up to their previous work together, its not bad just a bit bland next to the other tracks.
This album is every bit as solid as Blackout was, whilst not every song is amazing, none are at all bad. Lead single 'Womanizer' is certainatly a great song, catchy, fast and not too deep, but that's just for starters. It is definately not the best song on the album. Next single lined up is Dr Luke produced 'Circus' which is 100 times better again than Womanizer. It moves at a slower pace but the beat is heavier & the songs feel overall is darker. Pure brilliance!! Other great tracks include 'If You Seek Amy' which is a really catchy song (helped along by the play on words (",)). One thing that Blackout was missing was a genuinely emotional ballad and Circus serves up a great one 'Out From Under' which discusses finding your feet after the breakdown of a relationship. A really genuine song from Britney. 'Lace & Leather' and Danja produced 'Kill The Lights' are yet more great tracks from the set.
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With her 6th studio album, Britney returns to pop, and offers some refreshing ballads after the strong and confident beats of "Blackout." The beautiful "Out From Under," which has been released by numerous other people including Joanna Pacitti for the Bratz movie, Ali Campbell, and Emilia de Poret, who changed the lyrics and the title to "Now or Never," should have been released as a single for Britney, perhaps instead of "If U Seek Amy". Although it received negative reviews from critics, the fact that so many people have recorded it just shows what a beautiful and likable song it is, and I believe a Britney ballad is overdue. "Unusual You" is my absolute favourite track from the album, as it is haunting and hypnotic. I also love the lyrics to the chorus, which remind me of those teenage years where you write lyrics that hit a note with you on notebooks and in forum signatures: "Baby, you're so unusual / didn't anyone tell you you're supposed to / break my heart, I expect you to / so why haven't you?" Another beautiful track from the album, "My Baby," is overlooked by many as boring and a filler, but I disagree. Upon first listen it is a little lacklustre, but hit replay and sit back; the notes are beautiful and moving. "My Baby" is about her boys, Sean Preston and Jayden James, and the lyrics convey that her sons have given her meaning, joy, and clarity in her life: "How did I get through / all of my days without you / now living with you / see everything true / my baby."

If ballads don't do it for you, there are some uptempo tracks to get you going. "Mannequin" could have been on "Blackout" with its urban sound and confident lyrics.
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