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  1. OH THE MUSIC VIDEO QUEEN STRIKES AGAIN her videos are ALWAYS so on point, she probably had more budget because she worked with Kygo and DAMN! It paid off
  2. Till the World Ends vs Invitation Hold It Against Me vs Make Me... Inside Out vs Private Show I Wanna Go vs Man On The Moon How I Roll vs Just Luv Me (Drop Dead) Beautiful vs Clumsy Seal It with a Kiss vs Do You Wanna Come Over? Big Fat Bass vs Slumber Party Trouble For Me vs Just Like Me Trip To Your Heart vs Love Me Down Gasoline vs Hard To Forget Ya Criminal vs What You Need Up N' Down vs Better He About To Lose Me vs Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes) Selfish vs Liar Don't Keep Me Waiting vs If I'm Dancing Scary vs Coupure Electriqué
  3. You can rip off your own threads Simple question - which uninterrupted sequence of five songs on any Lady Gaga album is the best in your opinion?
  4. My Own Dance Rich White Straight Men Tonight Children of the Revolution Potato Song Chasing Thunder Cowboy Blues Raising Hell Resentment Big Bad Wolf Chasing Rainbows High Road Father Daughter Dance Summer Birthday Suit Little Bit of Love BFF Kinky
  5. He seems like a nice guy... He seems to make X happy... But what can we say about Mr. Christina Aguilera?
  6. I mean, it contains Roulette (her best song ever ), witness, power, bon apetit, chained to the rhythm, etc.. ugh a MASTERPIECE
  7. I guess most people won't know this but it was my shit back in the day And this absolute bop by the best girl group ever
  8. For me, it was Problem. That was the first song I've ever heard from her.
  9. Idc what anyone says about that era, it's literally the perfect pop record. It's easily her most cohesive album, has no fillers and it's just pure pop from start to finish. If anyone asked me what the definiton of pop perfection is be I'd say Femme Fatale.
  10. For me, it was Poker Face. I think I started listening to her songs in around 2011ish...
  11. LittleDudeNT5

    Is "Blackout" Britney's Best Album?

    Blackout has perhaps become Britney’s most lauded album among fans and retrospective pop music critics. This is rather significant considering its relatively low impact at the time. The music had taken a backseat to Britney’s media attention and tabloid coverage. The critics were more concerned with her awkward pole-dancing in the “Gimme More” music video or her lip-synced fumbling performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. The album remains a black sheep among her discography, which sees Britney completely embracing the underground genres of dark electro-pop, techno, and even dubstep (all of which became more popular in later years). It didn’t offer the type of bubbly personality, sensuality, or radio-friendly hits we’d come to expect from a Britney album. This was what made it such an outlier – not just for Britney, but for the pop music landscape. Blackout is arguably Britney’s most cohesive album; the soundscape is succinct and each track brings its own level of satisfaction for the overall listening experience. However, despite this praise, it’s difficult to name Blackout as the best Britney album. The project is decidedly impersonal. Beyond a few softer tracks – like “Heaven on Earth” and “Why Do I Feel Sad” – the album is aggressively and unabashedly sexual. In The Zone had offered tracks oozing intimacy with a slice of passion: Britney whispered soft desires in “Breathe on Me” and easy sultriness over oriental strings on “Touch of my Hand”. Blackout hits listeners with gritty, hard-edge beats, forward lyrics of uncommitted erotic encounters, and a fair amount of vocals from the male producers that make you feel like a sweaty guy is breathing down your neck at a club. In fact, the entire albums feels like strobe-lights in a crowded black-box club, black paint on the walls and floors, and graffiti all over the bathroom stalls. The room is spinning, it’s dark, and there are people grinding on you from all sides. In some ways I suppose that was the intention of this album: it was meant for the clubs. On In The Zone, Britney co-wrote eight of the tracks. These were oftentimes specific to her experiences or interests. In 2005, fans were seeing Britney becoming more and more involved in the creative process, and were even promised the most personal project of her career. Whatever work was done between 2004 and 2007 was seemingly scrapped (with only a few Britney-penned tracks surviving on an EP) and the public received Blackout instead. Britney barely contributed to two of the tracks on the album, and considering her private struggles, the media scrutinizing her behavior, and being pregnant during recording, it’s hard to find the artist’s personal connection to the music. Britney only performed once to promote the album, and was focused instead on her own trials and tribulations. Considering what was going on with her at the time, a raw, sexually-charged record is an odd professional move. That isn’t to say that Britney isn’t present on the album. Despite criticisms of over-reliance on autotune, Britney is direct, loud, and sassy on Blackout, giving more than a few memorable performances. An album doesn’t necessarily need to come from a personal place to be good. Blackout is sonically interesting and one of the most provocative pop albums of the 2000s. Other female pop singers of the time couldn’t quite pull off this type of image and embracement of underground pop subgenres as Britney did. It remains a solid, timeless album even after all these years. One of the reasons why Blackout can’t quite snag the title of Britney’s best album is because of the releases that bookend it. In the Zone saw Britney’s intentionally-charged blossom out of her teen-pop image and into womanhood and creative metamorphosis. The album doesn’t quite hit you from all sides, as there are a few tracks that could have been replaced by any number of excellent unreleased material, but it saw Britney at her most involved. It was refreshing to see her finally take control of her music. On the other end, Britney barely gave Blackout enough time to rest in the dirt before releasing Circus in 2008. Although Britney still wasn’t giving much creative input, the album has a better balance in tone. The album is more positive, brighter, and doesn’t preoccupy itself with the subject of sex. The album is full of certified hits (“Womanizer”, “Circus”, “If U Seek Amy”) and even more potential smashes (“Kill the Lights”, “Shattered Glass”, “Unusual You”). Circus saw Britney re-embracing Top 40 sensibilities, but unlike the bubblegum releases of her youth, this album is mature and competent. One can’t quite say whether or not In the Zone or Circus are Britney’s best efforts – just as it can’t be said with certainty that Blackout takes that crown. All three are highly formidable pop albums in their own right, and it all depends on what the listener wants from Britney Spears as an artist.
  12. What are some of Mariah's performances that maybe didn't go so well/perfectly, but you still like them anyway? I think this is my favorite performance of Can't Take That Away. It wasn't the best day for her, vocally. She didn't have much of a range and she was really husky/raspy. However, she only lipped just a few seconds and the nature of the vocals somehow fits the song for me? Not to mention she seemed really at ease the whole time. Sometimes you can tell when she's agitated with her own lack of vocal control but, she seemed pretty invested in the performance on this one. I also think the moments when she does kill it just feels all the more satisfying (ex. the held-out note at 3:32)
  13. Freaky Prince

    Discussion

    To me it already feels 6 feet underground, but lemme ask the audience
  14. Not putting her first two mixtape covers in here because I'm not gonna go out of my way to humiliate the red headed stepchildren
  15. Rated R is as creative as ANTI was, just done in a different genre of music. Ever since ANTI, which was a good album, I have only seen people praising it as Rihanna's best album because of her creative liberation and overall involvement in the project. However, Rated R was also a creative product, innovative even, and thematically unlike any other albums in her discography. If you don't like the Rock sound, that's alright, but the melodies and lyrics and vocal performances there = PERFECTION! What do FOTP-Navy think about Rated R? Was it ever your favorite? Has it aged for you? Let's discuss!
  16. The first song I listened to in her life was Hot and Cold. That was the first experience of me listening to her songs.
  17. popmusiccritic

    Discussion

    Which is it? Rank them even!
  18. Obviously she'll throw you a "hell" or a "damn" every now and then, but if I'm not mistaken I Did Something Bad is the only song where she uses "hard curse", so to speak Many of the other pop girls will say fuck or shit or bitch as they please, but so far, she's kept pretty clean. Should she do it more?
  19. Okay so I have been getting into old bops a lot lately Please help me fill up my playlist! So far, I've been so obsessed with this list lately: Irene Care - Flashdance A-ha - Take On Me TOTO - Africa The Beach Boys - Wouldn't It Be Nice The Beatles - Hey Jude Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of The Heart Bon Jovi - Living On A Prayer
  20. Did your fave make the list? Do they have what it takes to make you cry? Source: https://www.pastemagazine.com/music/saddest-songs-of-the-21st-century-/best-sad-songs/?fbclid=IwAR1uSXREZpuVAGlHLhQOzYVzPkhg0Q7nsdjr2PDcD3IzohXPdpBXorIFO_Q#2-johnny-cash-hurt-
  21. Violet

    Just rank them from best to worst: Mariah Carey Emotions Music Box Daydream Butterfly Rainbow Glitter Charmbracelet The Emancipation of Mimi E=MC² Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse
  22. Vote + discuss I’m tryna see somethin
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