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  1. Circus


    Britney Spears - CD

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     Britney is definitely the ringleader of her genre!


    I don't think I will ever be disappointed by a Britney album..

    This is a must-own album for any fan of dancefloor-pop!

    Probably everybody in the world had heard 'Womanizer', and although upon first listen it has the potential to sound repetitive and annoying - it doesn't take long before it becomes absolutely addictive! Definitely one of the best pop songs of 2008!

    Circus has now become my favourite Britney song! Up until this it had always been Overprotected, from her 3rd album - but there is just something about Circus that it never becomes boring! It always makes me want to get up and dance. In my opinion it is among the best of all Britney's songs and should have performed much better than it did on the charts!

    Other highlights are 'If U Seek Amy', 'Shattered Glass' and 'Kill The Lights'
    Kill The Lights is reminiscent of the more urban feel from 'Piece Of Me' on her 'Blackout' album and definitely has potential do be just as successful as it. In my opinion it should have been the 4th single, rather than 'Radar'.

    'Lace and Leather' and 'Mannequin' are also very good.

    The only downfall of the entire labum is the track 'My Baby'. It is quite boring, and lacks something that even the other ballad type songs - 'Unusual You', and 'Out From Under' do have.

    On the whole - very good album!

  2.  Totally Fierce!


    This album is brilliant!

    It's worth paying the extra for the extra tracks on this version.

    Beyonce shows off her effortless versatility on this album by serving up the traditional r&b tunes she has become known for, while also including a string of more relaxed, ballad type songs.

    Stand out songs are 'halo' and 'smash into you' from disc 1, and 'sweet dreams' and 'hello' from disc 2.