Friday, September 21, 2018

Your Turn

Which Britney music is better: Pre or post breakdown?

32 comments:

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

I’ve entered a 5 mile charity run for the blind and disabled.

I think I finally have a shot at winning one of these things.

sandybrook said...

If any of it is considered good, the pre-breakdown stuff would be it.

Jennifer said...

Pre.
Oops I did it again and ...Baby one more time

Sunspirit said...

Pre breakdown. I miss classic Britney.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

I only know the Pepsi commercial with Bob Dole.

Ophelia said...

Definitely pre.

LooksLikeCRicci said...

Pre.

I root for Britney every day, but her pre-K.Fed stuff was the absolute best of her work.

Unknown said...

I really liked "Blackout" and some of her singles after, so that's a tough one.

Lurky McLurkster said...

neither

Jeff splatford said...

it was all manufactured crap

Nutty_Flavor said...

"Toxic" has aged very well. I know people who weren't born when it came out who love that song.

Nutty_Flavor said...

Just re-watched the "Toxic" video, too. Fabulous, with each new setup and costume perfectly timed, and Britney looks great.

V-ville Clash Of Clans said...

Neither

Stupidpervs said...

Neither ...empty shell with no brain so she's basically unchanged and she really can't get her shit together long enough to get that deadbeat away from her kids or dies she prefer part time mom duty

Brayson87 said...

Pre breakdown obviously, kind of like Madonna.

Youre Tired said...

The talentless Britney Spears. She can’t sing, the computer does it for her, she doesn’t write music. Her dancing is mediocre. She’s not an artist or a singer or a good performer. What Britney music? It’s all done for her. She’s the reason all of these talentless celebs make it in the music industry. Before her, people had standards for singers. Once Britney came, people defended her ridiculous lipsynching garbage. She was the start of the acceptance of lower standards. Her music is generic pop crap. And it’s not even generic pop crap that she created. The fact that she’s the one who is considered an icon out of all the actually talented singers of that era is a joke. The fact that she wasn’t laughed off stage is a joke. People really have no standards for talent and artistry. And Britney fans know it. They just ignore cause like omg Britney brings them childhood nostalgia. She sucks. Always has, always will.

Nutty_Flavor said...

Wow. What an idiot you are, and I'm not even a Britney fan.

There was plenty of pre-Britney autotune singing. Check out the entire oevre of Stock Aitken Waterman, the British producers behind Rick Astley and other drum-machine hitmakers like Kylie Minogue, Sinitta, Sonia, and Dead or Alive.

Their heyday was more than a decade before Britney released her first single.

Uhhhh... said...

In The Zone was my shit, still listen to her when I work out

DDonna Tarttty said...

PRE-.

Not even a question, really. She was young, fun, peppy sexy pop. The older she got, less fun it was.

Unknown said...

During.

Spider Rico said...

Starting to realize Enty is complete idiot asking a question like this.

Real Sench said...

You're Tired: I agree entirely--she is completely common in every single way. There were some decent songs on the "Blackout" album, but that's about it. She even looked like your average all-American White girl. With the various cosmetic procedures she had, she still was "the girl next door" and looked out of place next to people who did have entertainment industry-level good looks. This article took a stab at the procedures she had between her first and second albums: https://nypost.com/2001/12/04/britneys-100000-body-thats-how-much-itll-cost-a-new-yorker-to-buy-her-curves/

I went to a sorority dance competition in college where all of the girls (full-time students and only a handful with theater/dance experience) could handle the same choreography. Britney was a good gymnast, that I will give her. Her singing was always terrible. She may have been better off acting because she was surprisingly not bad in "Crossroads." Otherwise, she was just a marketing tool and is now a relic of pre-9/11 America.

She is clearly a D-lister in the Hollywood scene even if she is arguably still one of the biggest brands out there--who is willing to be her friend? Who will date her other than JT when he was a nobody from a boy band, and guys from her videos who are clearly just looking for a meal ticket? There are social hierarchies wherever we go....

Brayson87 said...

@Real, Damn what did Britney ever do to you? lol

There is only one hierarchy in Hollywood that counts, the couchers and the couched. Guess which side most of your "stars" fall on.

Brooklyn Girl said...

Pre breakdown.
Leave poor Britney alone.

Real Sench said...

Brayson87: I said she was a decent gymnast and actress--others have been much harsher. And even among the couched, there are those that people would like to be seen with and others that are trash with cash regardless of success.

pixiegothy said...
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pixiegothy said...

Tbh I don't listen to mainstream music but if I had no choice and was obliged to listen to the radio, I wouldn't mind if it was old Britney post breakdown (Blackout or Circus albums) some of her hits were better than the pop shitfrom today.
I think people are way too harsh against Britney, pop music isn't deep and meaninful in decades, it's all gimmick, ghostwriting and image nowadays. Even the artists that have some vocal range are very manufactered and are no better than Britney, at least she never pretended to be someone artsy or pretentious.

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orangesoda said...

What a weird question. I'm not a fan of her music but fuck man, putting her down to 'pre' or 'post' breakdown is a bit fucking cold.

Paul Saint John said...

Neither. She can't sing or dance and she ain't even pretty.

lovexmadxevil said...

I wouldn't put it down to pre or post breakdown but I didn't like the direction the music took after Blackout but that being said on each album before that there was always a few tracks I didn't like. She used to be a great performer, the early tours her dancing was on point and visually entertaining but as she's got older the performance doesn't appear to be as energetic as it once was. But to be fair, I can't move to the same extent as I did in my early 20s.

Sabre said...

Post. Because shaved head Britney with an umbrella kicking a car was exactly what she needed to live a better life. Also I'm really bad at expressing myself but if I tell my friends I feel like 2007 Britney they know to bring wine asap.

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