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Debate No.46: Was The Femme Fatale Tour Better On DVD?

Posted by: Karenannanina on: September 7, 2013

I’d been going along with the general consensus view among Britney fans that the Femme Fatale tour was an artistic disaster. The show I saw in my hometown made no impression on me, and left almost no memories at all. But then, a few days ago, a writer who was praising Britney’s gently accelerative approach […]

Someone said in the course of our recent discussions that Femme Fatale was the most polarizing of Britney’s albums. I know I have very mixed views about it myself. It seems to me that it may well be a great pop album, but not a great BRITNEY album. I haven’t played it for at least […]

Debate No.23: What’s trendin’?

Posted by: Karenannanina on: March 20, 2012

When I first heard that Dr Luke was going to be the dominant force on Britney’s upcoming album – which turned out to be “Femme Fatale” –  I was appalled. I associated him with thumpety-thump pseudo-rock-chick empty headed pop, and hearing him admit that he had the musical tastes of a 13-year-old girl didn’t increase […]

The idiocy of bad reviewers

Posted by: Karenannanina on: November 12, 2011

(This article was previously published at PoorBritney, but this is its first appearance (revised and updated) at NewBritneyology. I’m posting it for the newer members of the Debating Society, but comments from everybody would be very welcome!) The Femme Fatale era looked like uncharted territory for Britney, and not just because her new album had […]



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