Bonus material: Britney Spears - Till the world ends (Instrumental)


If there's one thing you have to hand it to Dr. Luke and Max Martin for, it's that they produce good beats and produce them to an absolute tee! "Hold it against me" as a lead Britney single was as generic as hell, but the beat was a big deal. "Till the world ends" is some Ke$ha nonsense and another generic Britney single, but the beat on it is a beast! You don't realize how much so until you hear it without Britney singing over it. There is so much going on with this song production wise that you don't pick up on until you hear it without the vocals.

Listen: Till the world ends (Instrumental)

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Most of Femme fetale would work better without Britney on the songs, because the album is ALL about the beats more than Britney herself, because she just doesn't bring it enough on the songs. At least on Blackout and Circus Britney rode the beats nicely and switched things up rhymically throughout the songs. On Femme fetale (with the exception of "Trouble for me" and "Criminal" most notably) it's just one plain monotone key from start to finish.

Why can't Dr. Luke and Max Martin do more joints with bitches who can actually sing. I was killing Leona Lewis' "Outta my head" this morning. I'm still pissed that was not made a single.

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  1. Why can't Dr. Luke and Max Martin do more joints with bitches who can actually sing.

    I hear Martin is working more with Adam Lambert on his new album, lol.

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