Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Welcoming All Fans of Music to Britney’s Circus | Britney Spears -Circus [Album Review]

After finally winning her first MTV VMA’s for Blackout’s second single “Piece Of Me,” in September, things were finally looking better for Ms. Britney Spears. Following her triumphant three time win, her lead single, “Womanizer,” from her sixth studio album Circus kept people wanting more.

“Womanizer” officially brought Spears back into superstardom becoming her second Billboard Hot 100 number 1 single since her debut single, “…Baby One More Time,” hit number 1 in 1999. While also making the largest jump to number 1 (96-1) on the charting week of October 25th.

The title track, “Circus,” was released as the second single along with the album on Spears’ 27th birthday, December 2nd. The songs catchy lyrics and intriguing beat will easily ensure another consecutive high charting single for Spears’ tally.

Listening close to the track, “If U Seek Amy,” will have listeners seriously debating if this song should have been renamed something a bit more explicit. Effortlessly making ‘…Amy,’ a must hear track off of Circus.

Spears’ camp had a smart idea by putting a standout track, “Radar,” from 2007’s Blackout, on Circus. The song was originally planned for a June 2008 fourth single release but eventually was scrapped, since a new album was being recorded. The computer enhanced vocals only add to the song’s ear candy appeal.

Straying away from Spears currently popular Electro Pop sound, songs like “Out From Under,” help to prove Spears can still deliver solid ballads like she has before. Such as 2004’s “Everytime,” which reached number 15 on the Hot 100. Both songs were produced by Guy Sigsworth.

Not only releasing a new album, this time around, Spears will also embark on a concert tour starting in March 2009. The tour will be billed as, The Circus Starring: Britney Spears, and even feature the Pussycat Dolls as opening act in the North American leg.

Gaining back the prominence she once held throughout her late teenage years, Spears definitely seems well on her way back to becoming the old Spears many loved to see put on outstanding dance numbers opposed to covering the gossip magazines week to week. With a new show for the world to see, Circus will surely show Britney fans & critics why her Circus is the place to be in 2009 and the years to come.

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