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 2011s Femme Fatale. Essentially a cleaner, classier remake of the gaudily dark Blackout, Femme Fatale is a producers 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
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