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Britney Jean

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Alien
3:56
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Work Work
4:08
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Perfume
4:00
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It Should Be Easy
Artist: Britney Spears feat. will.i.am
3:27
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Tik Tik Boom
Artist: Britney Spears feat. T.I.
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Body Ache
3:26
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Til It's Gone
3:43
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Passenger
3:40
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Chillin' With You
Artist: Britney Spears feat. Jamie Lynn
3:38
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Don't Cry
3:14
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 36:09

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Wondering Sound

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12.03.13
A just-about-even split between bangers and mush (ballads, that is)
2013 | Label: RCA Records Label

In the run-up to Britney Spears’s eighth album, Britney Jean, will.i.am — the Black Eyed Pea leader-slash-futurist who’s credited as the record’s executive producer — described the creative process deployed by the millennium’s most indelible pop figure: “She’ll arrive at 1:30 [p.m.], and from 2 to 6 she’ll be like BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM BAM. BAM BAM BAM BAM. BAM BAM. I’ve never seen anything like that.” Chalk it up to a finessed work… read more »

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Disappointing, Brit!

javachik06

I am disappointed in this album! I was hoping for something fresh, and new, but, sadly, it's all the same dance music rehashed! The only nicely fresh songs are Alien, and Tik Tik Boom.

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