The title says it all – that this third album, where is it all about Britney. In fact, the title says it all: Britney is “Overprotected,” she asks “I’m not a girl not yet a woman,” we all try to see “how it feels to feel Me Be “. All three songs are pivotal moments on Britney Spears’ third album, the record company, where she strives to deepen her character (not the same as his character, of course), so it apparent to adults while Britney. It was much more evident by the selection of the first single, “IA Slave 4 U I,” a sultry Neptunes-produced tribute to Prince, who was so far from the big, glitzy Max Martin productions that are his signature that it sounds strange , even wrong. As it grows, it looks like one of her best singles – a hush end, the number of spare radio movement, which is perfect addition to his teasing informed sexy. Such variation appears to record an album full of surprises as the signal, especially when combined with the above title, but Britney is not fat, that – after it opened in the Neptunes’ retro-future funk, it clears right after Martin in the area with “Overprotected.” First, it is a disappointment, but then the small, but significant changes are visible. Rhythmically and melodically, the whole album is sharper, tougher than what came before. What used to be unabashedly frothy has some disco-grain, by Spears’ spunky self-determination, the hooks that are already sold catchy helps underpinned by and large, than those who settled their two previous albums. Although there is no denying that this reinvention and statement of individuality is probably stubborn a calculus (and a great time at that), there is no denying that this is effective, mainly because Spears is committed to the work registration committed. She co-wrote more songs than ever before, and they are strong choice, whether the hard-edged “Lonely,” the sweet “This is where you take me,” or, especially, the neo-disco “anticipate,” one of pure joy on this disk are small steps forward -. really, the most obvious steps to be forward to working with the Neptunes on “Slave” and “boys”, the sexy-sounding cuts are has ever done – but most productions Martin sound fuller (particularly the Dido-written ballad “I’m not girl “) and Rodney Jerkins offers a welcome rhythmic invention on many of his posts is not this a perfect record -. Martin stumbles on “Bombastic Love,” Jerkins drops the ball on “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” (coming this year cringe now obligatory classic rock of Mrs. Spears) – but it sounds like the work of a star that has now found and refined her voice, leading to its best record yet (and still does not rival the album Mandy Moore as the best teen pop record released self-titled). Presumed to be a reinvention that Britney will know what to do if the teen-pop phenomenon of 1999-2001 passes for good. [Jive in 2003, EDI
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Britney Spears – UK Limited Editon – Oops I did not even Remix
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Britney Spears Oops I Did It Again (Remixes 2000 European limited edition 7-track CD single, including Rodney Jerkins Remix, Ospinas Club Deep & Dub Instrumental, Silver & Purple Cover).
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