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5.0 out of 5 stars 15 Singles!!!!, December 3, 2008
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This review is from: Circus (Deluxe Version) (MP3 Music)
Love her or hate her, you have to admit, the B knows how to make a hot track! "Womanizer" is an awersome first single, but it's just a taste of what this album has to offer! "Circus" is a steller track and second single. But it gets better. Some of the highlights on the album are definately the Britney Ballads - "Out from Under" "My Baby" and especially "Unusual You" are really really great and show that she can sing. My favorite track is "Kill the Lights" it's so hot, and actually has unique lyrics that apply to Britney (think Piece of Me only 10000x better).

"If U Seek Amy" is a fun romp that'll give the middleschool kids a new catch phrase, "Mmm Papi" sounds like summer fun by the pool. "Mannequin" is another favorite that has a rockin' beat and more britney-themed lyrics. Honestly I love every track so much, just when I thought "Blur" was going to be my least favorite, it's now grown on me so much that I listen to it non-stop. There's really not a single bad track.

The Deluxe edition has two bonus tracks that are really freakin' amazing. "Phonography" has a sexy trancey synth and "Rock Me In" is just tons of fun. The deluxe also includes a really cool DVD that'll make it a must for all fans.

CAN'T WAIT TO SEE HER IN CONCERT!
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Initial post: Dec 7, 2008, 4:50:19 PM PST
"If you seek Amy" is nothing but a cover for her saying "F-word" + "me." Listen closely. I really hope the middle school kids' parents are listening and put the kabosh on this foul language hidden as a pop song.

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 3, 2013, 1:06:57 PM PDT
PJB*tch says:
It's better than kids listening to the foul language that Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj sing. And if I recall, a radio edit called "If U See Amy" was made. No hate or anything, just posting my opinion.
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