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Britney Jean [Explicit]

Britney Jean [Explicit]

November 29, 2013
4.2 out of 5 stars 309 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 29, 2013
  • Release Date: December 3, 2013
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 36:06
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00GPBZQ3Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 309 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,779 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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By Scarlet Jupiter TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 3, 2013
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Digital pop may be all about sonic perfection, but soul, substance and emotion, is frustratingly lacking. "Britney Jean" is almost a pristinely crafted result but, for an album that was suggested to be personal, not much intimacy and depth are showcased. Billed as a sequel to career-highlight, and fan-favourite, "Blackout", it made no sense to launch the album's campaign with a hummering electro-club anthem called "Work b*tch". For the most part, "Britney Jean" is mostly heavily auto-tuned, polished, melodic electro-pop stompers, and only a few sparse personal touches. The insanely addictive "'Til it's gone" combines great vocals over a massive beat-frenzy; "It should be easy" with its Daft Punk-esque bassline is another thundering affair; and "Tik tik boom"'s crawling beats are irresistibly sexy. On the more subtle side, are the wonderfully isolating yet intimate gentle opener, "Alien", "Passenger", a guitar-led midtempo with a mystical vibe, and closing track "Don't cry" whose fragility is reminiscent of former - sublime - single "Everytime". Publicity implied that this would be an intimate affair, with Britney herself saying this is an album "specifically for my diehard fans", referring to it as her "most personal record yet". It is not. Evidently, it is more of an experiment than an autobiography, a transitional record, being her first album released in her thirties. Over the years Britney has been grabbing hold of trendy musical ideas in the most unnuanced ways possible. That is a task she has skillfully accomplished. That is what makes hit albums. "Britney Jean" is a guaranteed one.
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It's too much EDM for a Britney Spears album. There is really nothing personal about it, it is an attempt to show a softer side (at times) and frankly, I don't care for it. Britney Spears is pop, not EDM, and it shows, especially when half of the songs of the album is pure synths and heavy bass. I thought that Femme Fatale was getting to a point where there was too much EDM, but there is absolutely no comparison. I do like some of the tracks and the EDM is fine at times. I do like "Tick Tick Boom", I like the heaviness of the beat and I can rock to it. But this feels like a lack of effort by the Britney Spears team, it feels forced and was just thrown together (which seems to be a trend about Britney Spears these days.) I really wanted Britney to come out with a POP album, and I don't even care about her having fixed vocals for the most part as long as it isn't extremely visible.

This is certainly not her best work, and that is because will.i.am EP'd the album. Will.i.am is not that good, and he defecated all over this album with his simple synth rhythms that were not needed nor wanted. Blackout-Femme Fatale were club bangers because they weren't just emphasized synths that will.i.am spent 5 minutes on the computer. It would also be nicer if Britney actually promoted her album and PERFORMED some of her songs to get people interested, there has not been a single performance of Work B*tch and her interviews are boring and repetitive, it certainly doesn't get me interested in this album.

Nonetheless, I do like some of the tracks on this album. Alien is interesting, not gonna lie, and alot of the EDM tracks are worth a listen, but it gets repetitive...quickly.
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Britney Jean, the newest album from Britney Spears is being released today, one day after her 32nd birthday. Overall this album has far fewer hits than misses but the good stuff on this album happens to be some of her best work to date. Strangely the strongest tracks weren't released as the first or second single. Unlike, Femme Fatale, this album features a fair balance between the dance tracks and the mid-tempo/ballads. While I think Britney's voice is suited for dance backdrops, she sounds surprisingly good on half of the mid-tempo tracks. The other half are clearly filler and not strong tracks. The lyrics have gotten significantly deeper than her previous albums and we are seeing a more grown-up Britney. The lack of promotion for this album is also somewhat startling. It seems like this album was merely released and used as a promotion vehicle to help kick her two year residency in Vegas which makes sense since live shows are where the money's at for artists nowadays.
If you are only going to buy a couple tracks to try the album out, then you should start with:
1. Body Ache
2. Tik Tik Boom
3. Alien
Here is a review of the tracks IN ORDER of FAVORITES:

1. "Body Ache" -- This hot electro house edm track reminds me most of "Scream & Shout," but even better because there's no will.i.am singing on it. The track is also reminiscent of 90's hi-nrg euro house. The best track on the album with her best vocals to date. RELEASE THIS NOW!
2. "Til It's Gone" -- Heavy EDM track that is hard to get out of your head and another vocal stand-out from Ms. Spears. One of her best songs ever!
3. Now That I Found You - Great EDM track with a country vibe similar in sound to that Pitbull/Kesha collaboration that's out. Beautiful lyrics, beautiful vocals.
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