March 28, 2011

Album Review

Starting with Blackout, Britney Spears began to slip into the background on her own records, a progression that continued unabated on Circus and finds some kind of culmination on 2011’s Femme Fatale. Essentially a cleaner, classier remake of the gaudily dark Blackout, Femme Fatale is a producer’s paradise, each cut decked out with stretched vocals, glassy keyboards, and insistent beats, all coming together in hyperactive arrangements that shift every five seconds. It's a sonically stylish album, driven by sound and given shape by Britney's hypersexual lyrics.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Till the World Ends
  2. Hold It Against Me
  3. Inside Out
  4. I Wanna Go
  5. How I Roll
  6. (Drop Dead) Beautiful
  7. Seal It with a Kiss
  8. Big Fat Bass
  9. Trouble for Me
  10. Trip to Your Heart
  11. Gasoline
  12. Criminal