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'Scream & Shout' is the worldwide smash hit single from will.i.am's upcoming 4th studio album '#willpower' and features Britney Spears.
will.i.am and Britney decided to collaborate again after colloborating on 2 songs from Britney's 7th studio album 'Femme Fatale' on a track called 'Big Fat Bass', the other one being unreleased. It was confirmed by Britney when she tweeted about it in August.
The song itself is a very uplifting dance track; which gets you in the mood to get ready, go out and dance at a club all night long, it doesn't even matter what type of mood you were in before. The start of the track begins with an overly aurotuned will.i.am saying 'Bring the action' then has Spears chanting 'When you hear this in the club, you gonna turn this sh*t up' and 'When we up in the club, all eyes on us' in a British accent. Before long it kicks off with the chorus and the beats get better and better.
Britney's famous line from her 2007 hit 'Gimme More' is also used in it with the verse "You are now rockin' wit will.i.am and Britney, b*tch!"
The one downside to this song, that many people have seemed bothered about is the amount of auto-tune used in the song, which is true but in a club (which is where the song is aimed for) it sounds great and everybody gets up to dance.
Great track from will.i.am and Britney, bitch!
Christina Aguilera is an American singer, songwriter, actress and reality TV judge. She was also a co-star on 'The Mickey Mouse Club' with fellow hit makers Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. She then signed a record deal in 1998 with 'RCA Records' before releasing her first studio self-titled studio album 'Christina Aguilera' which spawned hit singles such as 'Genie In A Bottle', 'What A Girl Wants' and 'Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)'. She then went on to release her second album, which was also recorded in Spanish 'Mi Reflejo' and her third studio album and Christmas album 'My Kind Of Christmas', both in the year 2000.
After that it was reported that Christina was unhappy with the lack of input she was allowed with her music and image so fired her management company, and took all the creative control as she went back into the studio to record her forth studio album 'Stripped' which was released in 2002. With a newly sexed-up image Christina was raring to go as she released more hits including 'Dirrty', 'Beautiful' and 'Can't Hold Us Down' she then had a little break after touring where she fell in love with a record producer, got married and released her fifth studio album 'Back To Basics' in 2006 which spawned even more hits such as 'Aint No Other Man', 'Candyman' and 'Hurt' - this era of music helped change her over the top provocative image to somewhat classy.
While touring Christina revealed that she was pregnant, and went on a break before releasing her first Greatest Hits album in 2008 and shooting her first major movie 'Burlesque' with fellow superstar Cher. In 2010 she made her official musical comeback with her sixth album 'Bionic' which was sadly met with negative reviews and even more negative sales, not one to hold back Christina cancelled her planned tour and went back into the studio and served as a judge from 2011-2012. In early 2012 Christina released her seventh studio album 'Lotus' which was supposed to mark her official comeback. But sadly, sales didn't go too well for her then either. So who knows what's in store for a once American sweetheart?
Personally, I quite like Christina and have bought many of her albums but I do think that recently with her newest music, 'Bionic' and 'Lotus' have just been too desperate to stay relevant to the music people release nowadays. Same as Madonna, they are not known for their heavy club beats they are original artists who have almost like their own genre (dare I say it). I think she would sell more records if she created the music she did 10 years ago. I do hope Christina can bounce back and sell more records, but who knows what is in store.
'Teenage Dream' is the third studio album from American recording artist Katy Perry, and was released back in August 2010 following her hugely successful second studio album 'One Of The Boys' back in 2008. I have chosen to do my review based per song:-
1. Teenage Dream: As well as being the album title, it is the opening track from her 12 track album and was the 2nd single to be released from the album; it is a slow, romantic like ballad which is also catchy. Her voice sounds beautiful in these types of songs. The lyrics are also lovely, a brilliant start.
2. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F): This song has a real young vibe to it, who most teenagers or young adults will relate to, it's lyrically about going out letting your hair down and then the next day regretting it but wanting to do it all again the following week. The beats are amazing, couldn't wish for a better 2 opening tracks. Was the fifth single to be released.
3. California Gurls: Was the first single to be released and was a smash hit everywhere released, she teamed up for Snoop Dogg for this pumping track which is full of fun and lyrically about a woman's sexuality. Love this one!
4. Firework: This song is a very positive, uplifting ballad song (dare I say it). It's concept is beautiful, about not caring what others think and just doing what you got to do. It's one of my favourites from the album, was also the third single to be released.
5. Peacock: This song just oozes sexuality, and is a repetitive sexually suggestive track with her singing "Are you brave enough to let me see your peacock?" and "Come on baby, lemme see what you're hiding underneath" she also emphasies the 'cock throughout. I could understand why people wouldn't like it but I find this the fifth consecutive track that I personally like.
6. Circle The Drain: This song is a dark song about not wanting to be with her lover anymore, she expresses how she feels like his mother watching over him all the time. Not the best from the album, but not a bad song.
7. The One That Got Away: This song is a nice song, and was eventually released as the 6th single, its lyrically about teenage lovers and they are no longer together but the love they once shared is still there. Loves it!
8. E.T.: Despite being released as the albums 4th single with Kanye West - luckily the album version doesn't have him on, I find this an unusual extra terrestrial song, but in a good way. The beat is so unusual and as you may have guessed from my other music album reviews I love them. So this is also a good track for me.
9. Who Am I Living For?: This song is definitely the albums boring track, for me personally - but for others who can relate to soldiers and war this could be their gem from the album. It's not a horrible song, but I do tend to skip this one.
10. Pearl: This song is probably most relatable to women, and is very empowering, lyrically it's about a man who's changed this young carefree woman into a shell of her former self. Not a bad song.
11. Hummingbird Heartbeat: This song is lyrically about having sexual contact with her lover, it's a catchy song with an equally catchy beat. I do like this one.
12. Not Like The Movies: This is a very soft and gentle ballad, which is lyrically about life, which she has discovered is not like the movies she watched growing up and it's tougher then expected. I do like this one, and it suits great as the albums closing track.
Personally, I love this album: I would only consider one of the tracks to be a miss, while the others are hits. I would recommend this for anyone, apart from children due to some explicit content - which obviously is stated with a parental advisory sticker. It's one of my favourite albums, and is not hard to believe this is the album which helped Katy Perry become the first ever woman to have 5 consecutive singles debut at #1 in America from one single album, and shot her all the way to superstardom.
I've always been a fan of Cheryl Cole, but the first thought I had other than excitement about her releasing an autobiography was curiosity. I mean, what else was left for us to read about Cheryl Cole that hasn't been splashed all over the media over the last decade?
As you all will know Cheryl Cole is a member of one of the most celebrated and successful girl bands of the 21st century, and a pretty damn successful solo artist in the UK with 3 #1 albums under her belt; the beauty of a supermodel - it would seem she has it all; the fame, the beauty and the wealth. But it was time to see how Cheryl, the woman, the daughter, the aunt actually felt. It was time to see what happened to a normal 18 year old Geordie, through her words and not through the constant articles millions of people read about her, and what she went through to get where she is today...
The beginning of the book starts with a prologue which is a glimpse of Cheryl's celebrity and the fame that hounds her constantly. With the first few chapters going through her childhood and teenage years; how she was with a heroin addict boyfriend who she moved in with aged 16, and how she started her career modelling.
Then she explains how she auditioned for 'Popstars; The Rivals' and went on to become the first confirmed member of 'Girls Aloud', her friendships with Kimberley, Nicola, Sarah and Nadine. She also goes through how hectic her life was prior winning the talent show and releasing albums, her worries when they thought they were going to be dropped by her record label and then moved onto Ashley...
Her marriage to Ashley was something she treasured with all her heart and really wanted to be with him forever. She even thought of taking a break from 'Girls Aloud' to start having a family with Ashley before the affair was exploded onto 'The Sun' at midnight, which she found out by her management half hour before it was published.
I won't reveal all the juicy stuff in her book or it would be pointless for you buying the book. But there is some heartfelt moments in her autobiography which really makes you think; like, how when she almost died in hospital of malaria a nurse came and asked for a picture with Cheryl and an autograph.
She also writes about 'The X Factor', Simon Cowell and of course the infamous axing as a judge on 'The X Factor USA' - all of which is very juicy!
Through reading the book, you understand what kind of woman Cheryl Cole actually is; she's a family woman who wears her heart on her sleeve - what you see is what you get with Cheryl. And that is what makes her autobiography so pleasing to read...
I've had this DVD for years now, and have always been a big fan of 'The Simple Life', I wrote a review on the first season a while back which wasn't very good as I was a new member then and didn't really know much about the requirements etc. But I will start this review off by reminding people of how funny this reality show used to be.
The series follows multi-millionaires Paris Hilton and childhood friend and adopted daughter of Nicole Richie as they make their way across America back home to LA in a pink truck with no money, no mobile phones and no credit cards. The only thing they have to offer is themselves as minimum wage workers earning up to $100 for each job they do if they do an excellent job with it declining the worse of a job they do, which of course usually happens. They have to beg for money in the first episode to cross over states to begin work and even sponge money for petrol to continue their journeys to work.
They have to stay with families, the only thing different from the first season is that they are not permanently with one family throughout the season, they have to visit other people although this time they can stay in their own trailer.
I personally find 'The Simple Life' as light hearted fun with their fun, childish pranks they pull on the families and their bosses at work. Of course, they use any excuse to do as little as possible and cause as much chaos as possible - I wont go into too much details as I wouldn't like to spoil it for those of you who haven't seen it and would like to see it.
I would easily recommend it to everyone I know, although I do think its aimed at the younger audience.
I personally can't find one fault with the DVD other than at aprox 3 hours it doesn't last long enough.
Worth a watch, even if your not an airhead.
I was getting bored of my TV in my room and wanted to have one with a DVD player built in so decided to venture to my local Argos store to have a peek. I came across this 22 inch TV ALBA TV/DVD in one for around £129.99, it looked good enough, black thin and had Freeview built in too, so my heart was set and before I knew it I was writing down the item number and taking it to the payment to collect my brand new Television.
The first thing I did when I arrived home was run upstairs into my bedroom to disable my other television and DVD player, in my laziness I picked them up and threw them on my bed and began setting up my new TV...
The TV was easy enough to set up, as I opened the box it was packaged in the TV was already set up all I had to do was put the base on the bottom of the TV, which you wouldn't have had to do if you was going to put it on the wall. With that done, the TV was ready to go and be switched on. I looked back into the box for the remote which was almost grinning at me in the box, by the remote was a little bag and two AAA batteries which I inserted into the remote in 0.2 seconds.
The boring bits done, I had to insert the aerial into the side of the Television and into the connection point in my room; I then inserted the plug into a socket and there I was off to go to tune in the Television. Once I switched on the TV, I had to choose the language and confirm a few more options which popped up on the screen. Then lastly let the TV configure and tune in then the TV went straight on to BBC, I opened the menu guide and all the Freeview channels were there.
What The TV Comes With:
1 HDMI Socket and 1 SCART Socket
The TV Itself:
The TV quality specs are as listed:-
HD Ready Display Resolution
Integrated Freeview Digital Tuner
22in (56cm) Widescreen TV
Resolution 1366 x 768 Pixels
Refresh Rate 60Hz
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Viewing Angle 170/160 Degrees
Most reviews I've read about the TV have complained about a tinny sound, which personally mine hasn't had a problem with. The volume is OK, however I do find myself switching between 10-20 for different DVD's. When the TV is viewing channels a lower volume is fine. However, outside of the room it sounds louder than I think it is as I'm watching in my bedroom.
The TV is easy enough to use and the remote is also easy to use and I am by no means a very techno person, so most people will probably be ok with it too.
The DVD player is also very good as long as you don't lose the remote and is easy enough to use, there is an option on the remote to open but there isn't one to close and that would be because it's quite thick at the side and it's easy enough just to shut it while your inserting a DVD anyway.
Overall, the price was very cheap (so can't complain there!), it does it's job as a TV and a DVD player very well (so no complains there, either). The one thing I hated was removing the Argos sticker off the screen as I was scared it was going to leave them white marks you get when you remove the price tag of CD's or DVD's. Luckily, that never happened. So I am very pleased with this purchase.
I bought this a few months ago as it was reduced hugely in price at approximately £20, it was an offer I couldn't refuse. I soon found myself testing the scent on a recent night out.
Upon using the aftershave I found the bottle was unusual for a man's scent. The bottle itself has a very long thin stem, with a bulging circular bottom. It is all a black/dark blue colour apart from the white lettering of the name of the brand and its signature name which is located below the brand. The packaging is also a good looking feature (not that most people will care) with its cylindrical container. It's one of those aftershaves where you can either leave it in the box or take it out, like how some aftershaves have vulgar boxes so you remove them and throw them away. So either way it will look good with the rest of your aftershave collection.
I would describe the actual fragrance as a definite manly smell which includes a spicy, earth like scent to it. It also has similarities with other fragrances on the market, it has a fruity twist with slight hints of violet flower, mint, orange and jasmine to it when it's first sprayed. I think the scent is lively, fresh and definitely sexy. However, there is another twist to the scent once it has absorbed into the skin, I got a brandy scent which personally I thought was a bit over-bearing once you could smell them all. It does take about 20 minutes for you be able to smell this though, so the first 20 minutes smell great!
The fragrance does actually last with just a few simple sprays, I usually only wear it occasionally because I don't personally like it once all the smells are together but when I do - I get compliments hours after I sprayed.
I would recommend it for an older guy, but at 19 - it's just not for me.
There cannot be a single person who was born in the 90's who has not watched 'Mean Girls', probably the best teen-movie of all time. It was released back in 2004 and features Hollywood party/bad girl Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried; best known in 'Mama Mia' or Justin Timberlake's film 'In Time'.
The movie concentrates on Cady (Lindsay Lohan), who is a new student and was home schooled in Africa. She has to then settle down to her first "regular" school. When Cady first goes to high school, she makes friends with two people, Janis and Damien who are "social rejects" and together they plan to sabotage "the plastics" who are the three popular girls in school. Janis then persuades Cady to help ruin Regina's life (the Queen Bee of the popular girls), and together they meet and cross off a chalk board of what they planned on doing to her such as "ruining her hot body", "turning the army of skanks against her" and ruining her chances with her boyfriend Aaron Samuels. But soon Cady gets more than she bargained for and soon becomes the next Queen Bee. But after falling out with Janis and Damien, Cady fastly becomes unhappy and things must change...
Personally, I find 'Mean Girls' hilarious and features some of the most memorable, funny quotes ever in it. The plot itself as I have explained sounds so boring compared to how funny this movie is. It is definitely a must watch!
Also, Lindsay Lohan is fantastic in the movie, she is also very good at playing the bi*ch in the movie. Back in her heyday, she was undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with, Amanda Seyfried is also brilliant playing the stereotypical dumb blonde; made famous by the lovely Paris Hilton.
I think this movie is most appealing to a teenage audience as it is very teenage tongue-in-cheek. But I would recommend this movie to most people including a very older audience. It's a very light fun comedy.
Jeremy Kyle is one of those shows where you really don't want to watch, but when its on and you've got a day off work you find yourself watching it...
Personally, I don't know how the show has lasted 8 or 9 years?! His show is one of the most famous shows in the UK. I find the man himself; rude, gobby and aggressive. He likes to say his peace, which is fair enough as I suppose it is his show. But he has a team of security guards and a laughing audience behind him, he is often rude to some people who I wouldn't say deserved it - he makes most of his guests look like "low lifes", which I suppose to a degree is true. However, if I was the one taking the war of words from Mr. Jeremy Kyle I would bring up his past as he loves to reveal theirs, like his old gambling addiction and his alcoholism which he suffered years prior to the show.
The show is full of explosive tell-all guests who reveal many things on national television, which normal people would not reveal, least of all to millions of viewers. The endless DNA tests range from; accusations of affairs, stealing, family truths and other mischievous behaviour.
Of course, there has been funny moments too, whether it's people who have cheated on their partners and just sit there and shrug it off, people who steal from their grandmothers and just shrug it off or the best moment yet. When Jeremy Kyle got an envelope thrown at his head by a hilarious guest (YouTube it, it's hilarious!)
Some negative things about the show is, that to other countries watching it would look like the whole of the UK are benefit grabbing, thieving, promiscuous and vile people. Which of course is not true!
The show is usually aired weekly at 9:25am on ITV. Which is of course is usually a time of which most people are at work, so I only watch it occasionally if I have a day off work, or have recorded it in the morning (which is rare).
I think the thing that has made 'The Jeremy Kyle' show so successful is that it's totally unexpected, you never know what's going to happen next. It's also good for debates and to see where some people's priorities lie.
To be 100% honest, I have mixed feelings about the hit ITV show, I like it because it can be entertaining whether its somebody with all their teeth rotting yelling loudly at the other guests. The bad things is I think it's pretty vile how people can come on National Television and air their dirty laundry. Also, I find Jeremy Kyle very hypocritical and annoying.
I've never had the best skin, so for the past 6 weeks I have been on 'Mission: Nice Skin'. My skin always goes through stages of being spotty and this was one of the first things I purchased for my latest mission.
The first part of the mission was online research to see what the best option was to get better skin, amongst many things the one thing that kept popping up most was try and drink the recommended 8 pints of water a day - boring, getting lots of healthy foods such as vegetables. I took it amongst myself to purchase green tea, with the goal in sight I planned a day and stuck it out after purchasing 'Neutrogena Blackhead Eliminating Toner' from Boots for around £3.
It comes in a clear bottle, with the liquid itself also being clear. The 'Neutrogena' label is on the front with their usual orange and grey colours. It claims on the bottle to "have a special blackhead eliminating ingredient to make spots harder to form". When the lid is removed it has a small hole in the bottle cap which the liquid can be poured from easily, without much chance of making a mess.
The liquid itself smells rather appealing, a slight bit of floral, cucumber and a citrusy smell. I would describe the smell as fresh.
I started using the product twice, daily with a cotton pad. For the first week I poured the pad until it was all wet, and rubbing all around the main affected areas, I did this after showering or washing my face. It does sting a little when you put so much on, but after a week I cut down until I only poured it on the cotton pad until half was filled. On the pad you can see dirt afterwards which does make you think you should use products like this as part of your daily routine regardless.
When I started using half the amount after the first week, it didn't sting when applied, you could tell you'd used it but it wasn't uncomfortable or an annoying feeling. My skin did feel a lot smoother straight after it dried (which also doesn't take very long)
After using the product for 6 weeks now along with the recommended 8 pints of water a day, eating more vegetables, cutting down of my daily sugar intake and drinking more green tea; I have definitely seen a huge improvement, my spots have all gone, my skin feels and looks healthier. The price is good, and I will definitely continue buying this product.
I was getting tired of having my usual Apple earphones breaking so decided to purchase these on the reccomendation from a friend. Before I had even imagined buying them I had heard nothing but good things about them and definitley wasn't let down.
The earphones themselves come in a variety of colours and are a triangle sort shape with a crystal effect which definitley stand out compared to my previous earphones! I chose to have mine styled in black and when I returned home after buying them from a local HMV store I was excited to 'hear' what all the fuss was about for myself. I quickly unplugged my earphones from my IPod and inserted my new ones in amd listened to a variety of different music to see how good it sounded with different genres.
The first song I played was 'Just Dance' from the woman who endorsed the earphones herself as I knew it was a very pumping song with a loty of bass and I have to admit I was overwhelmed by how good they were. It sounded amazing, the music somehow sounded more clear and more alive, as silly as that may seem to read.
The second song was 'Everytime' by Britney Spears because I wanted to hear how a slower song would sound and all the melodies played very well, I love hearing all of my IPod playlist with these headphones!
The music sounds louder, and they do make you stand out from the crowd to average apple earphones, I even use them with my BlackBerry which work just as well with the IPod.
I would definitley reccommend this product to anyone who loves to listen to music, also, I have had mine for a few months now and they show no signs of wearing which was also unexpected. Love them!
It's hard to believe that Cheryl (arguably the weakest vocalist in Girls Aloud) has now released 3 studio albums. 'Messy Little Raindrops' is her 2 nd studio album and was released in 2010. It has 12 tracks, 4 of which have featured vocalists...
The albums opening track 'Promise This' was also released as the lead single and is a catchy pop song with good, sometimes repetitive lyrics. It is probably one of the best from the album and she sounds well throughout the track.
Second track 'Yeah Yeah' features Travie McCoy, whom I had never heard of before (no disrespect meant) but the song has a good beat to it, but I don't think it does anything for her voice and she does sound quite strained throughout. Still a decent song though!
Third track 'Live Tonight' is where her voice picks up, she sounds good, the beat is good and the lyrics are good. Not a bad song, I predict that most pop music fans would enjoy this one!
Forth track 'The Flood' was the second single released and is absolutely beautiful, her voice really suits this type of music, the lyrics are amazing and the beat just flows with the rest of the production beautifully. Love it!
Fifth track 'Amnesia' is an average pop song, again her voice sounds quite strained but I do consider it a good pop song with a good beat and decent lyrics. Not too bad.
Sixth track 'Everyone' features Dizziee Rascal is a good pop song with an element of hip hop (courtesy of Dizziee Rascal) it is lyrically about her coming from a bad background and making it to prove others wrong. It's a really good song, which is inspiring I think she should have released it as a single. Amazing!
Seventh track 'Raindrops' is a good pop song, I really like how her vocals sound on this track. Beat is good and lyrics are fantastic. Love it!
Eighth track 'Hummingbird' is a decent pop song, she sounds good, the beat is good and the lyrics are OK.
Ninth track 'Better To Lie' features August Rigo (whom I'd also never heard of before) and is a really good pop song, it is probably one of the best from the album I love it. The beat, lyrics, voice -everything about this song stands out from the rest of the album. Love it!
Tenth track 'Let's Get Down' features, as you probably would have guessed will.i.am it is an upbeat song and has will.i.am written all over it. It's another song that really stands out. I love this song too! It all works really well together.
Tenth track 'Let's Get Down' features, as you probably would have guessed will.i.am it is an upbeat song and has will.i.am written all over it. It's another song that really stands out. I love this song too! It all works really well together.
Eleventh track 'Happy Tears' is blatantly about a certain cheating footballer (as are most of the songs from her first 2 albums!) but I like it, it goes into somewhat of a detail of what happened when she found out (Ashley) had been cheating, the beat and singing is good too!
The final track 'Waiting' is another one that stands out. Vocals, lyrics and beat are great. I really love this song and regularly have it on repeat.
Overall, I would reccommend this album to most people, it is good. Better than her debut offering but weaker than her latest'A Million Lights'.
I was struggling to decide on a gift for my friend recently when my mother came up with the idea of buying a few beauty products and put them in a gift bag and fill with other goodies. As my friend loves Christina's perfumes I decided to buy this body lotion and she was very happy with it.
The scent is very girly girl with hints of citrus, orange flower, tuberose roae and gardeniam which linger into the skin when used. It has a long lasting smell especially when used with the matching perfume and now my friend says she would "never leave the house again unless I found something equally as nice." She even uses it as a bubble bath!
The name of the lotion is 'Inspire' which suits very well because of the overall scent and long lasting scent.
The bottle looks how I have described feminine and very girly girl, it is white with light and darker shades of circles with a hot pink lid.
My friend said she would use this product over and over again and would encourage anyone, any age to do the same.
'Blackout' is Britney Spears' 5th studio album and was released back in 2007 following a much highly public string of meltdowns. "Blacking out from negativity" was the concept of the title which was Britney's first studio album since her 2003 offering 'In The Zone' and it didnt dissapoint. I consider it to be one of her best albums to date and probably the best album she had recorded when it was released.
The album kicks off with the infamous line "It's Britney B***h!" As 'Gimme More' swings into action, it delivers fantastic lyrics, yet repetitive but is very catchy, the beat of the track is very funky and different from any other pop song on the market at the time of it's release, the track closes with Danja saying "The Legendary Miss Britney Spears" - And at this point I'm just hoping the album fulfils to his words...
Second track 'Piece Of Me' begins with this explosion of a beat and is lyrically about Britney's relationship with the paparazzi, from her point of view it was the 2nd single from the album and is probably one of Britney's best hits. I love it.
Third track 'Radar' is another classic dance/pop song it has all the qualities, catchy lyrics, pumping dance beat and great vocals. It is not a song to be skipped!
'Break The Ice' is the fourth track and the third single from the album, she apologises for being away so long and really makes up for it, the lyrics are spot on the beat is weirdly fun and her vocals are good mixed with heavy breathing.
'Heaven On Earth' is the fifth track on 'Blackout' and could be considered a ballad, if not it is one of the closest you will get to one on this album. I love her vocals in this, her voice defintley takes over the whole song. And you cannot help but hear the desperation in her voice as she sings about doing anything for the man she loves. Favourite!
Sixth track 'Get Naked (I Got A Plan)' is one where the name speaks for itself, it brings back an element of some of the more sexual songs from her previous album 'In The Zone' but in a more raspy way. Her vocals are good as she teases us about jer body. Love it!
Seventh track 'Freakshow' is a fast sang pop song, I would say it is the weakest song from the album, but is one of those songs which gets stuck in your head.
Eighth track 'Toy Soldier' is a song about finding new love and targeting a more manly man then her previous love. The beat is rocking and the lyrics are catchy. A good track!
Ninth track 'Hot As Ice' is fantastic! I just love the lyrics, it is probably the most un-Britney like song she has ever done and it pays off very well. The beat is amazing too!
Tenth track 'Ooh Ooh Baby' even had my mother dancing to it who is the biggest Britney hater on this planet! It compliments her voice and the beats as it is more of an Indiany beat. Love it!
Eleventh track 'Perfect Lover' is lyrically about embracing her lover emotionally and sexually. And about how he turns her on. I love it! The beat is a bit of a let down though'
The final track 'Why Should I Be Sad' is lyrically about the breakdown of her marriage to husband Kevin Federline and what she did for him throughout their relationship, she really expresses herself in this song and when I first listened to the song during her meltdowns it was heartbreaking to hear. She expressed herself the only way she could at the time and it paid off. Fantastic. Love it!
SKIP TO: Heaven On Earth (Track: 05)
Not to be missed. A fantastic album!
As a fan of Britney Spears I decided to buy my sister this perfume last Christmas as she loved some of her previous perfumes. When she opened it she was wary because she hadn't yet smelled it but as soon as she sprayed it on I could tell it was a good choice in gift on my part. She has bought more bottles herself since!
The bottle design is very unusual but is almost identical to her other perfume 'Radiance'. It has a glass bottle with black and white squares it does look fantastic in all fairness.
The smell is delicious and would draw in attention anywhere from people who walk past, my sister says people are alwayd asking what perfume she's got on when she's out and about. It is a citrus smell with a floral twist.
I would reccomend this perfume to anyone who is a fan of smelling nice and fresh. One of Britney's best perfumes too. No wonder she has sold over a billion perfumes worldwide.