New Britneyology

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Passenger (In Depth series)

Posted by: Karenannanina on: February 24, 2015

We’ve been suckered into believing that Britney Jean sucks. The EDM tracks may not be bad in themselves, but they don’t sit well with the more personal, more dramatic material, and the incongruous mixture makes the album feel like a thoughtless ragbag of random songs. Yet I find myself reviewing more tracks on it than […]

Til It’s Gone (In Depth series)

Posted by: Karenannanina on: September 27, 2014

Til It’s Gone was written by Britney, EDM gurus and frequent collaborators David Guetta and Giorgio Tuinfort, Will I Am, Anthony Preston, Jenson Vaughan and Rosette Sharma. It was produced by Tuinfort and Will I Am and co-produced by another EDM specialist, Nicky Romero. Piano, other instrumentation and programming were supplied by Tuinfort (he’s also […]

Seal It With A Kiss (In Depth series)

Posted by: Karenannanina on: July 25, 2014

Seal It With A Kiss was written by Dr Luke (Lukasz Gottwald), Max Martin, Bonnie McKee and Henry Walter. It was co-produced by Dr Luke and Max Martin and mixed by the proficient if uninspiring Serban Ghenea. Dr Luke, Max Martin and Dream Machine provided instruments and programming, and the background vocals are credited to […]

Womanizer (In Depth series)

Posted by: Karenannanina on: July 16, 2013

It has always seemed strange and perverse to me that “Circus” is often described as Britney’s comeback. After all, “Blackout” was her first studio album for five years, and “Circus” appeared only one year later. Perhaps it would be more accurate to speak of it as the start of her rehabilitation with the public. The […]

  • Karenannanina: I agree with you about the residency. It's the road to irrelevance for an artist. But a new album would be a golden blessing for her fans. Her albums
  • George: Spot on thoughts on the issue. Honestly, I don't... really care whether she does the residency or not? As long as there is new music, I'm fine. P.S: G
  • Sarah G: You should write an In-Depth of Glory or even Mood Ring (that's a groovy tune)