Thursday, March 31, 2011

Britney Spears album "Femme Fatale" at the top

The album of Britney Spears "Femme Fatale" is available since March 28 and was placed, it is not surprising, in the first places of the world rankings. Fans of the singer have heard the album and a lot of good and bad reviews make their appearances since the release of "Femme Fatale". After the singles "Hold It Against Me" and "Till The World Ends" many buyers seem to appreciate the single "I Want to Go." The song produced as the rest of the album by Dr.

Luke and Max Martin is the excellent co-produced by Shellback. Shellback was a songwriter Sweden. He has worked for many years with Max Martin, also in 2008 he worked for the first time with Britney Spears, specifically the song "If You Seek Amy." He then joined the team of Max Martin and composed many hits like "So What" and "Raise Your Glass" for Pink, "DJ Got Us Fallin In Love" for Usher or Adam Lambert, the hit "Whataya Want From Me.

The song "I Want to Go" is the logical continuation of the musical themes of the album and many would like to see the title as the third single. Since the release of the album "Femme Fatale", some voices are beginning to speak out against the various versions of the album by Britney Spears.

Indeed, in recent days, a new song "Scary," which is not present on the American and European versions of the album "Femme Fatale" was revealed on the web. Reserved for Japan, many fans of the singer disagreed. They heard the song "Scary" and are disappointed not to qualify for this song.

Considered a potential hit, "Scary" is produced by T. Fraser Smith. Mastermind behind hit songs like "Broken Strings" for James Morrison or "Break Your Heart" to Taio Cruz's song "Scary" by Britney Spears propels us into the best season of his success, the role of a dominatrix music as she likes to embody for many years.

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