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Oops!...I Did It Again [VINYL] Import

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  • Vinyl (30 May 2000)
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg/Jive/Silvertone
  • ASIN: B00004TKRV
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
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Oops!... I Did It Again is basically ...Baby One More Time No. 2 The bubblegum pop songs are up to scratch and very catchy to listen to. It also features some great ballads nearer to the end of the album. The only negative, for me, about the album is the talking in between a few of the songs. It's kinda cute, listening to a 17 year old Britney talk about her crushes etc. but is a bit silly. Track listing:

1. Oops!... I Did It Again - very catchy and upbeat. This is ...Baby One More Time no. 2 but I do prefer her debut. However, this song is great to listen to basically anywhere: in the car, at the gym, doing your hair... And it has the fantastic Titanic part in the middle! 10/10

2. Stronger - BEST song on the album. Britney kinda moved away from bubblegum pop but it is brilliant. And who can forget the video?! Britney dancing on a chair - AMAZING! 10/10

3. Don't Go Knockin' On My Door - this is a brilliant song too. Great lyrics. It's about how Britney's moved on from an ex and is telling him, literally, to "not knock on my door". Love it. 10/10

4. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - I personally think this song is underrated. It was panned by critics as a failure and an insult to the Rolling Stones, but I think it's just as good as the orginal. Britney really makes it her own; changing the lyrics and adding in "uh's". Okay, that sounds bad but trust me... it's good! Well, I think so anyway. 10/10

5. Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know - definitely not one of Brit's best. This is actually a cover but it doesn't do the orginal any justice. It's a bit boring and just not Britney enough! It definitely shouldn't have been a single, however this is Britney's favourite off the album. I don't know why. :/ 7/10

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Classic pop album from the queen of pop herself. Classic hits here include the title track oops... I did it again, Lucky, Stronger, Don't let me be the last to know which was written by shania Twain. Great bonus tracks on the special uk edition
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By A Customer on 25 Jun. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Alright I have to admit she has grown up since her last album quite a bit! She has matured in her voice and her lyrics aren't as sappy. My favourite song has to be Where are you now. I do love Lucky though. What you see is what you get is also a terrific song that shows what its like to try to have people change you. Songs like Stronger show what shes of. Though I still love Born to Make you happy some of these songs out-do her past album. Some songs like Dont let me be the last to know(unfortunately the next single) annoy me because its just not her style though she says she likes it. I just haven't gotten used to that song and can't say I ever will. As for satisfaction, it was a great song before... too bad she ruined it...
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the start of a new millenium means the start of something new for ms.Spears she was a few years off of adulthood but this album more than shows her capability of reflecting a stronger vocal range and experimanting with newer sounds which she will do in current years.
oops i Did it Again is more than just a sequel to Baby One More Time...it's its successor with several phenominal sounds including her own rendition of the Stones classic Satisfaction,which just shows how amazingly well known and trusted Spears is.
while this album is not entirely prefect it is much more than the quality of music in the pop industry of recent years.
tracklist-

Oops!I Did It Again-4/5-the stunning lead track that lacks the punch of her previous singles from Baby One More Time but is one of Spears most distinctive tracks.

Stronger-5/5-the most perfect and greatest single release from this album due to its formidable and well ;strong; sound that makes the song entirely perfectionalist.

Don't Go Knockin' On My Door-5/5-entirely random but a sound that will be experimented with in later years for Spears.

No Satisfaction-5/5-a fantastic rendition of a a Stones classic that is personified by Spears and is one of the better tracks on the album.

Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know-4/5-a nice urban fell to a surprisingly enchanting song.

What U See is What u Get-5/5-a strong song that acts like a sequel to Stronger with a similar lyrical structure and distinctive beat.
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I absolutely love everything that is Britney Spears; I am in the midst of collecting her CDs (I have 2016's "Glory," 2013's "Britney Jean" and "The Essential Britney Spears," 2011's "Femme Fatale," 2008's "Circus," 2007's "Blackout," 2004's "Greatest Hits: My Prerogative," 2003's "In the Zone," and 2001's "Britney"), and now I can add 2000's "Oops!...I Did It Again" with the rest of my Britney CDs.

I love each of Britney's eras, and I have to say, I have an especial fondness for her "classic music," as I deem her earlier releases (which includes "...Baby One More Time" and "Oops!...I Did It Again").

"Oops!...I Did It Again," much like Britney's debut album, is filled with bubblegum pop tracks and even a few ballads. There are the well-known singles: "Oops!...I Did It Again" (I mean, who hasn't heard this iconic track?), "Stronger" (one of her most empowering tracks in her entire catalogue), and "Lucky" (everyone should know the story about a girl named Lucky), plus "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know." These three tracks are definitely highlights from the album; I also favoured "What U See (Is What U Get)," which is Britney letting her boyfriend know that if he wants her, then he has to take her for who she is, and there is "Can't Make You Love Me," which is about a crush, and the emotional ballad "Heart," which really pulls on my heart strings.

"Oops!...I Did It Again" is definitely classic Britney Spears, and now I am so glad I have it in my collection now; just need "...Baby One More Time" and her remixes now.
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