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Oops! I Did It Again - The Best of Britney Spears

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Album Review

Given the phenomenal success of Britney Spears' debut, ...Baby One More Time, it should come as no surprise that its sequel offers more of the same. After all, she gives away the plot with the ingenious title of her second album Oops!...I Did It Again, essentially admitting that the record is more of the same. It has the same combination of sweetly sentimental ballads and endearingly gaudy dance-pop that made ...Baby One More Time. Fortunately, she and her production team not only have a stronger overall set of songs this time, but they also occasionally get carried away with the same bewildering magpie aesthetic that made the first album's "Sodapop" — a combination of bubblegum, urban soul, and raga — a gonzo teen pop classic. It doesn't happen all that often — the clenched-funk revision of the Rolling Stones' deathless "Satisfaction" is the most obvious example — but it helps give the album character apart from the well-crafted dance-pop and ballads that serve as its heart. In the end, it's what makes this an entertaining, satisfying listen. [The Japanese version of Oops!...I Did It Again adds two bonus tracks: "You Got It All" and "Heart."]

Customer Reviews

Hmmmm...

I love every song on here, but it feels completely pointless - the tracklist only has 3 of Britney's greatest hits - most of them are unreleased album tracks and I doubt Britney even knows this has been released... she already has 2 greatest hits albums, so while this is definitely worth £4.99, you're better off buying Greatest Hits: My Prerogative or the singles collection, which have most of her best tracks

Errrr..

Wheres Toxic... wheres Womanizer, wheres Hold it against me, Criminal, Me against the music, Don't let me be the last to know, I love rock and roll, radar, Break the ice, Piece of me, 3, Till the world ends... possibilities are endless. Just one of them rip - offs after 2 other summaries of her songs that have ALL the singles. Me thinks you should get "the singles collection" instead :-)

because it's britney

what a strange tracklist for a greatest hits, only four songs were actually released, the rest just album tracks from her albums. There's not even one song from her last album. i am glad that anticipating was included, in my opinion one of the best Britney songs that was never released. even though this release doesn't make sense and it's clear that this is just to make a little extra money, i gave it 5 stars just for it being a Britney album.

Biography

Born: 02 December 1981 in McComb, MS

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

More than any other single artist, Britney Spears was the driving force behind the return of teen pop in the late '90s. The blockbuster success of the Spice Girls and Backstreet Boys certainly paved the way for her own commercial breakthrough, but Spears didn't just become a star — she was a bona fide pop phenomenon. Not only did she sell millions of records, she was a media fixture regardless of what she was (or wasn't) doing; among female singers of the era (many of whom followed in her footsteps),...
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