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Britney Spears Britney Jean Deluxe Edition CD uploaded by Daphne W.
Britney Spears Britney Jean Deluxe Edition CD

Britney Spears Britney Jean Deluxe Edition CD


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Recording information: DAZMO Music Studios, Montral, Canada; Glenwood Place Studios, Burbank, CA; Guerilla Studios, London; House Of Blues, Encino, CA; i58, Westlake Village, CA; KBK Studios, Stockholm, Sweden; Luke's In The Boo, Malibu, CA; Magical Thinking Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Mound Sound; Nightbird Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Piano Music Studios, Amrsterdam, Netherlands; Record Plant, Hollywood, CA; The Future, Los Angeles, CA. Photographers: Michelangelo Di Battista; Frances Iacuzzi. Typically, whenever a self-titled album arrives fairly far into an artist's career it signifies a rebirth, a moment when the musician reconnects to what's real and true. That's the party line on Britney Jean, Britney Spears' eighth album (she already used Britney as the title of her third album, way back in 2001). Prior to its December 2013 release, Britney called Britney Jean one of her most "personal" records, a term that carries a certain weight, suggesting that the brief album - a mere ten songs and 36 minutes in its standard form and not much longer in its deluxe expansion - would offer insight into the spectral pop star. As it turns out, Britney Jean is a streamlined approximation of 2011's Femme Fatale, which itself attempted to re-create the producer-driven magic of 2007's Blackout, the album that seems destined to be the apex and turning point of Spears' career. Dr. Luke, the main producer behind Femme Fatale's two big hits ("Till the World Ends" and "Hold It Against Me"), is absent, as is her longtime collaborator Max Martin, who worked on those two Dr. Luke-produced hits. In their place is will.i.am, the Black Eyed Peas leader who happened to be responsible for Femme Fatale's "Big Fat Bass." will.i.am sports producer credits on seven of the ten songs on Britney Jean and is listed as executive producer, responsible for shaping the sound and direction of the album. Often, this means Britney seems to be playing a role will.i.am created just for her, a situation not unfamiliar to Spears. The best moments arrive when she see more...

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Daphne W.
Willoughby, OH
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50/50 on this Britney album. The really good songs you can dance or workout to and then the otherrs are just ok.
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