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Britney Spears - Blackout (2007) HD Tracks

14-09-2015, 11:51
Pop | Dance | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Britney Spears - Blackout (2007) HD Tracks

Artist: Britney Spears
Album: Blackout
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Jive
Genre: Pop, Dance
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless | 24bit Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 00:55:50
Total Size: 127 mb | 397 mb | 680 mb


01 Gimme More (Main Version)
02 Piece of Me (Main Version)
03 Radar (Main Version)
04 Break the Ice (Main Version)
05 Heaven On Earth (Main Version)
06 Get Naked (I Got a Plan) (Main Version)
07 Freakshow (Main Version)
08 Toy Soldier (Main Version)
09 Hot as Ice (Main Version)
10 Ooh Ooh Baby (Main Version)
11 Perfect Lover (Main Version)
12 Why Should I Be Sad (Main Version)
13 Get Back (Main Version)
14 Gimme More (Junkie XL Dub)
15 Everybody (Main Version)

Issued in late 2007, BLACKOUT is the much-touted comeback album that was designed to pull Britney Spears out from under the considerably large personal and professional shadows that had crept into her life. From Spears's bizarre head-shaving incident to her parental custody struggles to her critically reviled MTV Video Music Awards performance, most of the year was an exceedingly long train wreck for the pop superstar, and those events, to some degree, inform BLACKOUT, which stands out as a defiantly bold dance-pop offering.

Buoyed by the massive club-oriented hit "Gimme More," the record sports a slick, nearly armor-like techno veneer that extends to every track, from the pulsing above-mentioned single to the tinny "Toy Soldier" to the R&B-tinged "Why Should I Be Sad." While Spears takes on media criticism most directly on the Vocoder-laced "Piece of Me," she also offers up some giddy escapism, most notably on the floating synth-pop of "Heaven on Earth," a strong contender for BLACKOUT's finest moment. Although the album doesn't erase many of Britney's woes, it arguably serves as her best record since OOPS!... I DID IT AGAIN, and that alone should make it a delight for many fans.

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