Release date
14 Nov 2007
Running length
18 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Gimme More (Main Version) 4:11 7,223
2 Piece Of Me (Main Version) 3:31 0
3 Radar (Main Version) 3:48 5,626
4 Break The Ice (Main Version) 3:16 2,113
5 Heaven On Earth (Main Version) 4:52 1,906
6 Get Naked (I Got A Plan) (Main Version) 4:45 2,238
7 Freakshow (Main Version) 2:55 1,377
8 Toy Soldier (Main Version) 3:21 2,521
9 Hot as Ice (Main Version) 3:17 2,851
10 Ooh Ooh Baby (Main Version) 3:28 2,040
11 Perfect Lover (Main Version) 3:02 1,367
12 Why Should I Be Sad (Main Version) 3:10 1,527
13 Outta This World (Main Version) 3:45 23
13 Gimme More (Stonebridge Remix Dub) 7:22 807
14 Gimme More (Junkie XL Dub) 4:58 7,696
15 Get Back (Main Version) 3:49 47
15 Everybody (Main Version) 3:16 158
16 Gimme More (Paul Oakenfold Remix) 6:06 6,102

About this album

Blackout is the fifth studio album by American pop singer Britney Spears, released by Jive Records on October 27, 2007. Spears began working on this album as early as February 2006, exploring into electropop, synthpop and techno. The album has also a more R&B/urban sound and recording with new producers such as Danja. Blackout was her first studio album in four years since 2003’s In the Zone and is the first time Spears is the executive producer of one of her albums. The album’s title refers to “blacking out negativity and embracing life fully”. The songs on the album are thematically focused on sex, love and Spears’ relationship–struggle with the media.

Blackout debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, becoming her first and so far only studio album not to debut at number one due to a last-minute rules change by the Billboard music association. According to the IFPI, the album was 32nd in terms of units shipped by the end of 2007.

The album’s first single, “Gimme More”, peaked at number one in the Canadian Hot 100 and became a top five hit in twelve countries. The second single, “Piece of Me”, reached number one in Ireland. The final single, “Break the Ice”, reached number one in the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play, making all the singles of the album go to the top position of at least a chart. All three songs frequently appeared on the lists that included the best records of the year.

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