Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Jono, Jul 14, 2009.
Does PJ not like Radar either?
I don't hate it, it's just one of the more middling Blackout/Circus cuts to me.
The production actually reminds me more of Womanizer mixed with If U Seek Amy.
HOLY FUCKING BOP TOO.
Sis has taste and she chose decent singles for inspiration!
I don't really associate this style of track with Britney (even though she does have a few of them). It is very 2008 yet somewhat cooler, and it sounds like it's from Turn Off The Light. I love it.
To me it’s more Womanizer with the phrasing of the verses. It’s a certified bop. For me:
1. Do Me
2. Blow It All
3. Personal Hell
6. Sweet Spot
7. All I Do Is Cry
8. Got My Number
Ok, hold the fucking phone. HUGE.
To be honest, haven't been following rumors or tea about what she's doing with this... "album"? So if we already know what this is leading up to, let me know. But has there been mention of a potential double album? These 8 songs feel like they could be Disc 1 of something.
Lord, she’s relentless. This is very Britney indeed, in the same way Sweet Spot was very Kylie and Broken was Ariana-like, yet all three work amazingly well as Kim tracks. Queen’s serving variety.
The dreamy woo-aaahhhhhh at the end. The mind of a mastermind.
Its good, but not mind blowing. Its definitely better than I Got Clurty.
It’s incredible, what a woman. I’m going to be devastated when this singles run ends.
Personal Hell is my favourite from this era and one of my favourite songs of the year, so far.
Ddddd it really is Radar 2.0 I’m yelling. Slaps tho
I'm getting Personal Jesus/Beware of the Dog much more than any particular Britney moment teebs. And I'm living.
I like that it showcases another song to this album sonically but still fits perfectly with the others. Queen of all genres.
Last night's setlist
Dr. Luke liked one of my tweets and my whole feed is tainted
A ‘Woo ah’ shirt is exactly what I need.
The 'Era 1' shirt is a serve.
It's become clear that the tracks Vaugh Oliver (of Oliver) is co-producing are the best. He did Sweet Spot and Do Me as well. That said, this is another huge lovely bop.
Personal Hell is immense but nothing’s going to beat Do Me, which has turned into my song of the year thus far.
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