Femme Fatale (Deluxe Version)

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1 Britney Spears - Till the World Ends 3:58 355,292
2 Britney Spears - Hold It Against Me 3:48 301,798
3 Britney Spears - Inside Out 3:38 120,053
4 Britney Spears - I Wanna Go 3:29 286,388
5 Britney Spears - How I Roll 3:36 109,503
6 Britney Spears feat. Sabi - (Drop Dead) Beautiful 3:36 13,300
7 Britney Spears - Seal It with a Kiss 3:26 104,141
8 Britney Spears feat. will.i.am - Big Fat Bass 4:44 13,056
9 Britney Spears - Trouble for Me 3:19 98,032
10 Britney Spears - Trip to Your Heart 3:33 92,801
11 Britney Spears - Gasoline 3:08 99,979
12 Britney Spears - Criminal 3:45 174,518
13 Britney Spears - Up n' Down 3:41 58,132
14 Britney Spears - He About to Lose Me 3:48 60,850
15 Britney Spears - Selfish 3:43 56,297
16 Britney Spears - Don't Keep Me Waiting 3:20 48,682

About this album

Femme Fatale is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Britney Spears, first released on March 25, 2011 by Jive Records. Recorded between 2009 and 2011, the album featured Spears working mainly alongside longtime colloborators Max Martin and Dr. Luke, who served as the executive producers of the album. Wanting to stray away sonically from her previous material, Spears experimented with various styles of dance music including dubstep which was used in various songs on the album. The origin of the album came about in 2010 after the end of her 2009 world tour; The Circus Starring Britney Spears when a list of producers confirmed they and Spears were all working on some material for the release of her seventh sudio album. On February 2nd 2011, Spears announced via her twitter account that Femme Fatale was the title of the upcoming album.
Femme Fatale received mostly positive reviews from critics, who complimented the album’s production and Spears’ continued forward-thinking. Commercially, the album has become successful debuting at number one in the United States with sales of 276,000 (breaking Spears` previous record for the youngest female artist with five number one albums) giving her her sixth number one album. The album also debuted at number one in six other countries while peaking inside the top ten in every other country except one, a feat Spears had not accomplished in over a decade since the release of her sophomore album, Oops!… I Did It Again in May 2000.

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