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Femme Fatale is the seventh studio album from one of the most celebrated artists in pop history. In a little more than a decade, Britney Spears has sold close to 70 million records worldwide, making her the fourth best-selling female artist ever in America according to industry sales tracking system, SoundScan.

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  • Audio CD (November 6, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B00005OM4N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (896 customer reviews)
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Where Britney Spears's first two albums hewed to the early-'60s formula of one strong single plus a stack of filler--a fair bit of which ended up on the radio anyway--her third justifies itself as a full-length listen. Led by the single "I'm a Slave 4 U," a Neptunes-helmed piece of electrofunk that promises she'll do anything you want as long as it's dancing, the album continues through superior versions of Spears's poses. Calculated frustration with the adult world? Calculated independence? Sheer celebration? Check, check, and check: "Overprotected," "Let Me Be," and a cover of "I Love Rock & Roll" that brings to mind its bubblegum roots. Even without the joyous disco tribute of "Anticipating" and the not-icky ballad "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" providing symbolic respite from the rest of this machine-tooled music, Britney is one of the most human discs of the current teen-pop boom. If it spins off the deserved string of radio/video smashes, it may even buy this superstar a second 15 minutes. --Rickey Wright

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I had heard the original album when it first came out and thought it was much more mature than her previous work but there were still those damn m.martin songs that really hold her back from being the next Madonna. I think it would have been awesome if she relied on more overseas producers for this album. Btw I heard she is doing that for her 4th album- Guy Orbit and one of Kylie Minouge's producers are rumored to be working on it.
Slave 4 U is good but it would have been a nice hidden gem if it wasn't a single at all. Most of the songs are good- Cinderella and Bombastic Love are just..bleh. Cheesy pop, she would have definately been better using I Run Away, Before the Goodbye and When I Found You.
I Run Away: a very nice song. ok vocals- It sounds like she's gasping for air some parts but it's not bad.
Before the Goodbye: HER BEST SONG- hands down. This should have been a single, if not the first single off of the album. It starts out like a trip hop, if your not familar with that listen to Craig David. Great vocals on this. The song just gets faster and faster and it could have been a great radio & club hit. BT is awesome. I could see a bright future for her if she goes in this direction.
When I Found You: Nice beginning, sweet lyrics, nice vocals. It's kind of odd but it works- it sounds like it has Asian influence so maybe that's why she thought it would be better in Japan, or wherever she released it.
Overall I hope Britney listens to her fans because the unreleased stuff is what will introduce her to a more mature audience. Britney, plese no more Max Martin songs- you can only tolerate that staccato piano background so many times.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By jcsports25 on February 24, 2002
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I am a Britney fan and I am proud of it. For all those people out there who hasn't bought this cd and said its horrible, you are wrong. I have all 3 cds and this is the best. She has grown up and if you are to ignorant to read what I have to say, you shouldn't be looking Britney's new cd. Here is what I think of each song:
1. I'm a Slave 4 You ~ A+ I like this song. It doesn't me anytihng bad at all. Its saying she's growing up and people can't see that...
2. Overprotected ~ A this is song is pretty cool. Its about her once again.
3. Lonely ~ A+ this is one of my favorites
4. I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman ~ A this is probably the song that relates to her the most and one of almost every fan's favorite. am i rite?
5. Boys ~ B- I dont really like this song, though i like the beat.
6. Anticipating ~ A this song seriously sounds like its from Janet Jackson. Sounds pretty good.
7. I Love Rock N' Roll ~ B- I used to likehis song because I heard the original, this version is bad cause she made it more modern.
8. Cinderella ~ A++++++++ this is my number one, all time favorite song of this album. It shows girl power, attitude, and that Britney got a great voice.
9. Let Me Be ~ A+ another good song
10. Bombastic Love ~ A- sounds a bit weird this song.
11. That's Where You'll Take Me ~ A if you have a stressful day, its good to listen to this song. Very soothing
12. What Its Like To Be Me ~ A+++++++++ second favorite song. yes even though Justin wrote this song its good(cause I hate NSYNC).
If you don't believe me, buy it yourself.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CDaHolic on January 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have all four of Britney's albums, well five if you consider her Greatest's Hits an album. I still think "Britney," this album is the best. All of the singles from the album were great, "I'm A Slave For You," "Overprotected," "Not A Girl, Not Yet a Woman," and "Boys." But I was really surprised that "Anticipating," "Lonley," or even "Let Me Be" weren't singles because they were really good Britney tracks. There aren't any "filler" songs on the album....well I guess "I Love Rock and Roll," is....to be honest not a fan of that remake anywyas, but truthfully every other song is awesome!!! This is definatly Britney's best album......a must buy for a Britney fan....if you want to buy just one britney album...buy this one first!! And you'll be hooked for life.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pawel Kasa on April 20, 2005
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With her first two albums Britney Spears proved to everyone that throne of Madonna - The Queen Of Pop is in serious danger. And now with her third album simply entitled "Britney" it seems she can also take away the crown from Janet Jackson - The Queen Of R'n'B. After listening to this album I think it's a question of time.

This album is a bridge between Spears' pop past and her r'n'b future because besides up-tempo pop songs written and produced by Max Martin, who is responsible for huge success of her previous albums which made her the biggest pop star on Earth, above all it surprises with completely brand new r'n'b sound. All because Britney's new producers Rodney Jerkins and The Neptunes showed her a new way of searches in music and wrote for her almost half of all songs on this album. It caused very successful metamorphosis of her music. Such big pop artists like Justin Timberlake and Dido also wrote some material. And even Spears co-wrote five songs.

All this album is very catchy and even its bonus tracks and b-sides are among the most marvellous things Spears ever did (especially astonishing "Before The Goodbye" and "I Run Away" available only on the expanded editions). The best song on this version is "Cinderella" - brilliant up-tempo track and definitely one of her best ever. Other great songs are such r'n'b jewels like: "I'm A Slave 4 U", "Lonely", "What It's Like To Be Me" or "Let Me Be" and such pop pearls like: "Bombastic Love", "Overprotected" and beautiful ballad "I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman".

Unfortunately this is a standard US version of this album with only 12 songs. It's better to buy one of its expanded editions.
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