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by: Britney Spears


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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0886974038726
Feature: SPEARS BRITNEY CIRCUS
Item Dimensions: 4550020575
Label: Jive
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Jive
MPN: 88697403872
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: December 02, 2008
Publisher: Jive
Release Date: December 02, 2008
Running Time: 46 minutes
Studio: Jive

Features:
  • SPEARS BRITNEY CIRCUS



Disc 1:
  1. Womanizer
  2. Circus
  3. Out from Under
  4. Kill the Lights
  5. Shattered Glass
  6. If U Seek Amy
  7. Unusual You
  8. Blur
  9. Mmm Papi
  10. Mannequin
  11. Lace and Leather
  12. My Baby
  13. Radar
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Circus is the seventh album by Britney Spears. It rolls into town on the heels of an MTV VMA awards sweep, where Britney walked away with three Moonmen awards for 'Video of the Year', 'Best Female' and 'Best Pop Video' for 'Piece of Me'. Circus is the follow up to her critically well received album, Blackout, just in in time for her 27th birthday. The lead single, 'Womanizer' (produced by the up and coming Atlanta production team the Outsider's) has already created a frenzy amongst Britney fantaics, radio and the media alike-underscoring Britney's continued reign as one of the Queens of Pop.

Amazon.com:
Squint at the cover of Circus and it's easy to mistake Britney Spears for the flow-haired Jessica Simpson--an indication that the bold come-ons of 2007's Blackout, a commercial success but a critical letdown, may have given way to something softer and prettier. Don’t be fooled. Circus differs from Blackout in a number of ways, the most important being that 1) it keeps its ringmasters--i.e., its producers--in check instead of allowing them to run an overly sleek show, and 2) Brit brings it vocally here in a way she hasn’t since 2003’s In the Zone (check "Kill the Lights," on which she channels her mentor Madonna and the liquid-y "Blur"). Beyond that, Circus is, as its title promises, a Blackout-like spectacle. Which is not to say the songs being made under this particular big top aren't top quality. Those who pine for the pre-trainwreck Britney will warm to the suggestive but not outright slutty "Mmm Papi," and anyone who can't get enough of the embattled publicity magnet will eat up "Womanizer" and the title track. Spears--let's be honest--lacks acrobatic grace, at least under tabloid scrutiny. What's great about Circus is it proves she's still willing to jump through hoops to make likable, stylish music. --Tammy La Gorce



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