Greatest Hits: My Prerogative: First UK Review

It's been 5 years since the image of an innocent eyed catholic schoolgirl dressed in a revealing uniform exploded onto screens accross the globe, leaving men wide eyed and women disgusted. Now, who would have thought 5 years on, 4 multi-platinum albums, 16 amazing singles and 2 world tours later that Britney Spears would be releasing her Greatest Hits album. It's been an incredible journey, and it's all brought together in this; Britney's Prerogative.

Opening with the incredible, title-track single My Prerogative, the album establishes Britney's heavy bass-lined pop beats early on in the record. Following My Prerogative comes a string of hits that leaves you thinking; 'I remember that!' With classic pop tunes including Oops! I Did It Again, I'm A Slave 4 U and the suprise hit of 2004, Toxic. Throughout the 18 tracks, whether it be over-produced RnB tracks like Boys, or a sombre ballad like Everytime, you'll definately be singing along to every word.

Despite incredible tunes like Stronger and ...Baby One More Time, of course the album hits a few bad patches such as the mediocre, Shania Twain-esque Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know and the down right awful cover of Joan Jett's I Love Rock n Roll. However, overall the album is an asset to any CD collection. Even if you don't like Britney's old material, you'll love her new...

Apart from her older hits Britney includes newer tracks including the R Kelly track, Outrageous, the online hit I've Just Begun (Having My Fun) and the brand new song, Do Somethin'; with it's incredible bassline and drum beats, you can easily identify the track with it's producer, Timbaland.

Even, if you don't like Britney the person, you'll love the album and who can resist it with a cover like that! Thanks affiliate britneyspears.org.