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  1. Here's the best version so far... Gimme More from Piece Of Me Asia Tour - Remastered HQ edited by me For Audio : https://soundcloud.com/dagunkzy/britn... hope u guys like it. https://instagram.com/dagunkz
  2. So, at the gym while I’m doing cardio I’m constantly watching the BBMA performance, the slumber party music video and the New Years Eve **** Clark performance... I watch them because they motivate the **** outta me and they’re in HD (lol) I’m getting bored watching them over and over. Can y’all post some high quality, high energy performance videos or music videos to run to? Makes my time go by faster rather then just listening to music.
  3. I know this is super old, but I thought it was very interesting seeing her listen to her own songs. And as shes skipping through the songs you can hear a beat of a song that was never released, also rebellion begins to play at the end of the video and then she speeds off. What I wouldn’t do to get my hands on that CD
  4. Let's have some fun.... Bomt, Sometimes, Crazy Oops, Stronger, Lucky Gimme More, Piece of Me, Break the Ice Go
  5. Anyone got any good wallpapers for laptops ? Blackout inspired ? Or something ?
  6. Hi all, if you have a few minutes today and would love a laugh or a stroll down memory, I would love and appreciate if you checked out my video revisiting "Blackout." Video description below. It was SO fun to listen to this masterpiece cover-to-cover for the first time in a while. Hop upon the nostalgia train with me and revisit one of the most influential pop albums of modern times. In this video we revisit every song from “Blackout,” discuss fun-facts about the songs, share a few memories, and have lots of laughs. Along with the songs we touch upon the tumultuous year that was 2007, the VMA’s, Kevin Federline, all of the “Blackout” leaks, fan polls, the legacy of “Radar” and much, much more.
  7. Dear Exhell, Since we know lazy *** Team Britney did jack **** to celebrate Blackout's 10th year anniversary. I put together a compilation that I feel encapsulates the essence of the original album. I have included the demo versions and also the unreleased cuts, some of them remastered. Nothing special but I had fun putting this together. I hope you enjoy and let me know your thoughts.
  8. Up until Glory gave us Explicitney with "Slumber Party" and "Liar", we had to settle with Censorney for several songs (not including "Work Work"): "Early Mornin'" "Get Naked" "Hot As Ice" "911" "Blur" "3" (editing "Living in sin is the new thing" in the music video...c'mon, America) "(Drop Dead) Beautiful" After lots of searching and researching, I have been able to find explicit versions for all the tracks above, except "Blur". Does anybody know if an explicit version actually exists? Were censor effects used in the first verse without her actually having said "This ****'s way too f*ckin' bright"?
  9. This was during the Hurricane we had here in Houston...(H-Town Baby!!) I was smoking weed and I like to listen to music and get new meanings out of them sometimes... So I'm listening to "Sugarfall" and I've always wondered WHO the songs was referencing, all these years I kinda figured it was about Kevin after they broke up. But when I was high it just hit me that it's about Britney & Kevin BEFORE they officially got together. My mind was BLOOOOWN! So then I was thinking about the time between ITZ and Blackout and how basically there could of been an era to fit maybe a small EP for Britney to take her career to a different level. So heres my breakdown of it: The songs on this EP are going to feature Britney's natural voice. Mostly simplistic production so that way they have a possibility to be performed live. I was thinking about how Mariah did that 'Through The Rain' Special for MTV and thought a small selection of songs for Britney to perform live wouldve been amazing. Sugarfall has a very dreamy, other worldy sound and we have a good amount of tracks that were produced either DURING or between BO and ITZ that could be used. Tracklist: 1. Rebellion: (I know a lot of you are sick of this song but just follow me) How does it fit? -Controversial, this era would be the first path to Britney shedding the blonde pop archetype she was Pre-Blackout. 2. Dramatic- How does it fit? - Ifyou have the version with the "Castlevania" intro then it might make sense to you. A song MAYBE about Justin, being over him and being so DRAH-MA-TIC! Maybe the track to get a music video. Very Dark, kinda vampy vibes...Black Hair that we love so much. 3. Welcome To Me- How does it fit? - A very mellow, ****** song. Sounds like you're cruising at midnight on the highway with Brit. Exploring sexuality, new relationships etc...Simple production, can be sung live, so it fits IMO... 4. Over To You Know- How does it fit? - Another dreamy, Outerworld sound...fits in with the THEME although the production is heavy on synths, its more upbeat than other tracks but Britneys not doing too many vocal gymnastics here. 5. Sugarfall- How does it fit? - Okay the whole reason I'm writing this long *** post. The beginning of Britney and Kevin: kevin has a baby mama but he and brit can't let go of the connection they have with each other. All the rumors of who he really is and being a scumbag all addressed in this song. 6. Outta This World- How does it fit? - A nice love song. Two lovers finding each other. For the sake of the theme and mood we could say its about how she felt about Kevin OR even Justin at the height of her relationships with each. Afterall after all Justin and Kevin are the two relationships that probably carry the most significance in Brits life. 7. Why Should I Be Sad? - How does it fit? - The aftermath of the entire Kevin era. It speaks for its self as far as the message. The production fits in with the other tracks that wouldve come with this album/EP. Disclaimer: I didn't heavily research any of the songs I mentioned as far as when they were produced. I just went off of what I've seen here and random memory. Its just an idea I had of a Britney era before Blackout, where she could sing live and be a little more in depth and personal. Just a timeline between Justin and Kevin. If you have anything to add, or find any plot holes in this please do share!!!
  10. So sometimes when I have my phones of my friends I go to their Apple Music and always add Glory and Blackout in the hopes that they secretly come across a britney song while in the shower or something and love it! Soemtimes it works too! And I also made my friend who's a straight athletic guy listening to blackout in it's entirety in exhange for me listening to the Kevin Gates album.... and a *******... jk ... I wish.. but yea the commitment is real when your a true Britney fan
  11. For me it was when Brit performed "He About To Lose Me" on the FF tour. I was not expecting not one nor two Bonus tracks from FF to appear on that tour. She had at times seemingly live vocals and the performance slayed. Needles to say ladies, I was shook. What Brit moment left you feeling the unworthy?
  12. Britney's got the intellectuals shook. Check up this write up on "Heaven on Earth" by music writer/intellectual Marcello Carlin which was published in his 2011 book "The Blue in the Air". For those who don't know, "Low" is David Bowie's 11th album. Bio of the author Book synopsis Read the Heaven on Earth write-up here.
  13. #1 #2 Now are they real? Because the only VooDoo i know is this one: So, im very sceptical about these snippets that temptation leaked on his channel! Anyway, guys do you think these are real? And btw sorry if these are AP. I am just curious about them thats all!! OT: I saw that britney ever after mess and i can safely say that i wont be watching it again!!
  14. Screw the head shaving and the bad vmas preformance blackout was a masterpiece and it was definitely one of Britney's best albums
  15. Les Inrockuptibles named Blackout as "the perfect pop album" and the best Britney album. They explain how the GP was too busy focusing on her breakdown to really appreciate the album back in 2007. This magazine is usually very critical about pop singers so it's great to see they acknowledge Blackout as the masterpiece that it is! Sorry for my english but I had to share! http://www.lesinrocks.com/2017/01/11/musique/en-2007-britney-spears-sortait-lalbum-pop-parfait-mais-vous-etiez-trop-occupes-par-son-petage-de-plombs-11899645/
  16. Please give it a watch. I'm doing Love me down next I love Glory so much I want to perform it all <3
  17. lets take a little time to appreciate one of the most iconic, legendary, infamous, universally famous lines of our entire lives "it's Britney *****". i've literally have replayed the line over and over again about 9 or 10 times as i start lip syncing to the whole blackout album. it's that iconic. i love her icy cold attuide. and how easy she says it. literally what more can she say and when it comes to to delivering a new album thats all she needs to start it off with.
  18. Hey guys, does anyone know where I can get a copy or two of this Blackout 12"x20" promo poster? I really need two copies if at all possible. It would be greatly appreciated if anyone could help me out with this.
  19. The peak of which álbum: 1# ...Baby One More Time/ Oops!...I Did It Again/ Britney/ In The Zone/ Circus 2# Blackout/ Femme Fatale 3# Femme Fatale (Top 3 with 8 Studio Albums) And here we have a sequel of the first 5 weeks of the last 4 studio albums: 2007 - 2# - Blackout (N#2 = 1 Week) Week 1 - 02# - 488.000 Week 2 - 06# - 177.000 Week 3 - 12# - 140.000 Week 4 - 16# - 110.000 Week 5 - 17# - 092.000 2008 - 1# - Circus (N#1 = 4 Weeks) Week 1 - 02# - 814.000 Week 2 - 02# - 414.000 Week 3 - 01# - 412.000 Week 4 - 01# - 413.000 Week 5 - 01# - 163.000 2011 - 2# - Femme Fatale (N#2 = 2 Weeks) Week 1 - 02# - 432.000 Week 2 - 02# - 162.000 Week 3 - 03# - 105.000 Week 4 - 04# - 091.000 Week 5 - 05# - 071.000 2013 - 3# - Britney Jean (N#3 = 1 Week) Week 1 - 03# - 218.000 Week 2 - 25# - 078.000 Week 3 - OUT Week 4 - 32# - 055.000 Week 5 - 29# - 031.000 Week 6 - 35# - 019.000 (I had to do the 6 one cause BJ went out on the third week) Any predictions?
  20. Whatttttttt. The... ****. The moment I heard the first millisecond of Glory I was bracing myself to drown in my apartment because the music was producing an excess overflow of *** and tearrs. Thankfully I cracked opened a window and threw on a life jacket so I could comfortably listen to the rest of the Album. First off let me say that Holy ******* **** I can't believe she did it again. #ToBHonest I was not too upset when Britney Jean came out a few years ago. To me it kind of felt like a disc that contained Work ***** with a lot of interesting non-fully produced B-Sides. Work ***** was seriously enough to hold me over for three years. The other songs on BJ were just little trinkets that the Beej would give us before releasing her proper album, Glory. I know somewhere in that Tower on Mars that Brit lives in she was concocting us a Master Piece (of her) for us all. With BJ she let us eat cake, but with Glory she wanted to take time making this album, for it indeed would be a four-course & nutritional meal. Okyoyyy??? Glory - an ****** two and a half years in the making. Track #1: Invitation - To me, this song is the moment when Britney gained the ability to sing out of her ******. The Chorus is true Vaginal heaven, and out her snooze she sings one of her most heavenly choruses of her entire career. I love her mouth singing in the verses but the ****** singing in the Chorus is what makes me believe there is indeed a God out there. I imagine she was in the recording booth - the producer says, “what’s that, Britney”? Britney looks down and sees that her pants are glowing and the rest is History. Track #2 - Do You Wanna Come Over? - the first line of this ******* song seriously makes me feel like such a slutty and **** *****? Can you even think of a more beautiful/skankier way than telling someone that you heard that their day was THE BADDEST?!!?? What - The - ****. That is the sexiest phrase I have heard in my entire life. I didn't even need to hear the rest of the song, the first line slays me enough. What follows is just pure Brit heaven. She's taken a drop of Acid and is getting penetrated by Six Alien Clones of G-Easy. We are totally not worthy. Track #3 - make me - okyoyyy. This sing took me a month to enjoy but now I lahve it. I actually really do enjoy the G-Easy (Eazy?) verse. I think he has a good flow and he’s nice to look at. What else does a girl need? Track #4 - Private Show - Brit in this song reminds me of Petri from Land Before Time, except he’s been dead for 1,000 years (yes hunties, just 1,000), dug up and turned into a half pterodactyl half robot signing machine. I lahve it. Track #5 - Man on the Moon - Brit gives us a clue of what it would sound like if they let her #curate the soundtrack for a new Live Action Lion King Movie. #LionKing5, Every Lion King must have a Lion Queen. That role would obviously be played by Jamie Lynn Spears, but the music would be entirely made by Brit. AaAAnyways - this song gives me major Disney I believe in Magic type of feel. It’s magical, it’s elegant and it has a chorus that flows like a river full of all Brit’s different perfumes. Track #6 - Just Luv Me - This one is taking a while for me. I obviously love and am not worthy, but I just haven’t learned the right way to appreciate this song just yet. I’m not going to ask for a sip when I’m thirsty, you know? Brit just gets it though with the lyrics on this song. Can I get my grind on to it? NO - but I can hear Brit out? YES. It’s like she’s invited us to a heart to heart on the stoop to her apartment that she low key lives in sometimes in the South Side of Chicago. We are not worthy. Track #7 - Clumsy. This song is all about accidentally spilling Mayonaise all over your man. It truly took me a while to understand. The song seemed kind of rough to me, like literally rough. Like I felt the pain when she talked about how she was bumping into things. I was like oww Brit get some glasses. BUT THAT IS WHEN THE ***** THREW ME. She was If-You-Seek-Amy-ing our ***** except this time it was actually clever and not a stretch. Yeah I said it. After many replays of trying to understand where my queen was coming from I finally understood it. Geeze Brit. Slay a bit? Track #8 - Slumber Party - HOLD THE PHONE. This song just ***** me up. Just like wow. That is all I can say… I feel like I’ve prank phone called God, but then she just dials me back and when I hear her through the phone this song comes out...Like a Slumber Party. Track #9 - Just Like Me - I am loving your voice Brit. I am loving the Guitar. The chorus is taking me a while to enjoy. I obviously love it don’t get me wrong, but again, I just have not developed a deep appreciation for it like I have to most of these tunes. But I know Someday I will understand. Track #10 - Luv Me Down - Holy ******* ****. This song just turns me into a bag of tomatoes. I lahve it. It is just the perfect I’m feeling mad but ***** song. Only Brit knows how to give us one of those and no we are not worthy. It’s like Inside Out’s little sassy ***** of a sister who thinks her older sister is a boring *** overrated *****. That’s what Luv Me Down thinks… Not ME Track #11 - Hard to Forget Ya - Something About Ya… It’s hard to forget ya. I love it. It takes me back to the early 2000’s. Brit’s making it ok to feel nostalgic for a time where no one really knew what was going on and everyone was ugly. Thanks Brit. Thank you for letting us know we don’t need to feel ashamed about a decade we lived in. Track #12 - What You Need - Petri is back and better than ever. Brit’s bouncing around the house in her moon shoes while drink La Croix on ice spiked with *******… I lahve it. Track #13 - Better - I love it. Brit you didn’t need to give us this much material. You spoil us ******* poof. The chorus is cute, real and catchy all at the same time. Again, this would go on the Lion King 5 soundtrack Brit would #curate for us all one day. Brit lives for us in this song. Some may argue that it could have gone to any basic ***** of an artist because it’s of the now and it’s catchy, but when you hear it from someone you love it’s so much better. Track #14 - Change you Mind - Slayed that **** all over. Brit gaves us the best multilingual song of our generation. Thanks Brit. Track #15 - Liar - this one needs to grow on me. Sadly it kind of makes me think of Pink - not in that it sounds like a pink song but I don’t know. What I do know is that I will love it one day.. Slay. Track #16 - If I’m dancing - this is the song of my lifetime. This is the weird Brit **** that I have always known she has had inside of her. This song is just ******* magic. It takes me back to the 1400’s while simultaneously taking me ahead into the distant *** future. I just can’t. This song is a timewarp and I don’t think the feint of heart can handle. When Brit gets to talking about the candy coated heart shapes I am like ***** ******* stop you are like literally saying the things I have dreamed of you saying for 8 years now. AND THEN THE ***** TAKES IT FURTHER - she dares to take me into a land where DMT is handed out like Advil. She then invites us to sit around the campfire with her as she chants to us about her chakras. WHAT THE ****!?!??!?!??! I was not ready for this. I always want to know what color my chakra is now. THE **** BRIT?!?!? You have ****** me up for good with this one. I literally cannot. LIKE - what the ****. This song just seriously destroyed me. The best ******* song ever. I love how she does not give a **** about it not really making any sense. It is a beautiful song and yes Britney, the jewels and furniture can go but baby he stays. JUST SLAY ME. Track #17 - Blackout - yeah I ******* said Blackout. This song is just so cool because it in a way talks about a time in Brit’s life that we don’t hear too much about from her. To me this song makes it seem like it was Blackout the album that got her through the rough times. When people criticized her for making a music because she was deemed as mentally unwell, the ***** must have ignored them with good reason. Blackout was therapy for Godney and now she can look back on that album with love and affection. The one good thing about that time for her, and for us. I KNOW SHE LOVES IT. THIS SONG PROVES THAT. GLORY GLORY HALLELUJAH
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