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  1. Tons of new clips have leaked. I wouldn’t be surprised if this leaks in full by the end of the week.
  2. It probably isn’t anything special, but I still want the alternate version of Sometimes.
  3. The 90's was a different time. Nowadays you have artists releasing singles that hit the top 20, top 10, or sometimes even the number one spot the first week they're released. It wasn't like that when Britney first debuted. She released BOMT and it was a slow burn to the top of the charts, remember it didn't even hit number one until 4 months after it was released. So it makes sense that Britney's team would wait to release the album so could benefit from the traction that the song BOMT created. And it paid off because the album ended up hitting number one the first week it was released.
  4. I just noticed I want to cry. The BOMT album has a very interesting history. It was originally supposed to be released in the fall of 1998, but after the massive success of the song BOMT they pushed the album back several times so they could freshen it up a bit. Originally the album was titled "Britney Spears" and the artwork was completely different from the final one we got. Several songs were re-worked (Sometimes, Thinkin' About You). Where Are You Now was originally supposed to be on the album but it was replaced with I Will Be There, then Britney's team recycled it for the Oops! album. You Got It All and Deep In My Heart were supposed to be on the album but were taken off when the album was pushed back, You Got It All remained unreleased until it was released as a bonus track on the Oops! album and Deep In My Heart was an international bonus track. There are several other changes that occurred but I can't remember them off the top of my head right now.
  5. Umm... why are we not mass tweeting this girl and asking her to leak the Mall Tour CD? I've been wanting a high quality rip of the original version of Sometimes since forever.
  6. Well, if @Clitney doesn't leak the Otis Redding Tribute, I wouldn't worry too much. It seems like a lot of people have it, considering a million snippets have leaked. It'll leak in full sooner or later.
  7. That song is a gem among gems. She could've released at least 6, maybe even 7 singles from the Oops! album.
  8. http://xray.breatheheavy.com/displayimage.php?pid=26652&fullsize=1 This particular shoot has always intrigued me, mostly because we only have this picture! I'd love to see more outtakes from this session.
  9. I need these in HQ now
  10. Slayyyy I have wanted these to leak for years!
  11. That's true. I don't give a f**k how he died, where he was found, who found him, etc. I'm just happy to know that he passed peacefully and his family is able to grieve in a healthy way.
  12. I'm glad I'm not the only one who found these questions uncomfortable. Perhaps if Oxygen had worded them better some of them wouldn't have been as bad, but some questions shouldn't have been asked at all.
  13. I understand where you're coming from completely. The whole BJ fiasco is really depressing when you think about it. Fans come up with whatever excuses they want to, but at the end of the day it doesn't matter. Britney chose to let someone else sing lead vocals on her album. I almost unstanned her after BJ and after Vegas was extended for the umpteenth time. The only reason I didn't is because she REALLY redeemed herself with Glory. Flawless music, decent performances, Britney regaining not only her confidence but her sex appeal... Do what you need to do. If you don't like Britney as an artist anymore then just let go. It's a lot healthier than what a lot of the trolls do on here, which is bitch and moan about everything they don't like.
  14. The BT tracks as well. Before The Goodbye, When I Say So, and Bring Me Home are quintessentially teen-pop Britney but have a more mature edge that really would've fit on the original Britney album.
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