Review of the new Britney Spears album Femme Fatale

Posted: February 17, 2011 in Music, Music Review, Published Work, Review
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Cover of the new Britney Spears album 'Femme Fatale'

James Christopher Sheppard reviews
Femme Fatale
by Britney Spears

It’s Britney Bitch. Yes, the former teen queen of pop is back with her seventh studio albumFemme Fatale. Following the rather pointless Singles Collection from 2009 that was released only five years and seven singles later than Greatest Hits: My Prerogative, new album Femme Fatale shows a new side to Ms Spears; all out dub-dance diva. At least that is what first singles Hold it Against Me and ‘Till the World End would have you believe. Combining the sounds of Ke$ha, Britney’s own Blackout album and the current club crave of bass-heavy dub-step, this should be Britney’s edgiest album to date. Here’s the lowdown, track by track.

Read the rest of the review at Todd Swift’s Eyewear

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  2. Emma Knock says:

    Great review, very thorough.

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