RCA Records Label
Release date
27 Feb 2009
Running length
21 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Circus (Twister Rave Remix) 3:32 493
1 Womanizer (Main Version) 3:45 12,844
1 Circus (Main Version) 3:12 5,816
2 Circus (Tom Neville's Ringleader Remix) 7:48 2,567
2 Womanizer (Mike Rizzo Funk Generation Radio) 3:49 264
3 Circus (Diplo Circus Remix) 4:24 3,277
3 Out From Under (Main Version) 3:54 7,731
4 Kill the Lights (Main Version) 3:59 9,438
4 Circus (Junior Vasquez Club Circus) 9:00 716
5 Shattered Glass (Main Version) 2:52 8,718
6 If U Seek Amy (Main Version) 3:36 11,116
7 Unusual You (Main Version) 4:21 6,112
8 Blur (Main Version) 3:07 3,488
9 Mmm Papi (Main Version) 3:22 3,380
10 Mannequin (Main Version) 4:06 3,426
11 Lace and Leather (Main Version) 2:47 1,205
12 My Baby (Main Version) 3:18 916
13 Radar (Main Version) 3:48 5,653
14 Rock Boy (Main Version) 3:21 146
14 Amnesia (Main Version) 3:55 152

About this album

Circus is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Britney Spears, released on December 02, 2008, by Jive Records. Looking to transition from her “more urban” fifth album Blackout (2007), Spears wanted to make her next studio effort “a little bit lighter”,[1] incorporating pop and dance-pop styles.[2] The album was recorded during 2008, following Spears’s much-publicized personal struggles in 2007 and placement under a temporary conservatorship the subsequent year.[3] Several collaborators contributed to its production, including Bloodshy & Avant and Danja.

Upon its release, Circus received generally favorable reviews from critics, who complimented its production but criticized its lyrical content. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of over 505,000 copies. The album has become her biggest-selling consecutive album since In the Zone (2003), selling over 15 million combined sales of digital tracks and over 4.5 million copies worldwide, achieving the top spot in nine countries. The album gained a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording for “Womanizer”, but lost to Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face”.[4] Spears embarked on her fifth concert tour The Circus Starring Britney Spears to promote the album; it gained controversy due to accusations of lip-synching during the Australian leg. She made several television appearances for additional publicity.
Four singles were released from the album, several of which became international successes. Its lead single “Womanizer” peaked atop the US Billboard Hot 100 and registered as the largest jump to the top of the chart after debuting at number ninety-six.

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