In order of preference...
October 06, 2008

...your favorite Britney Spears CDs?

For me it would be:

1 > 2 > 4 > 5 > 3

Who else agrees?

But seriously, I usually enjoy her albums pretty well. There's some really good stuff on there. I know that her voice isn't the best in the biz, but I like it. I know that the beats and such in her songs aren't mind-numbingly complex, but that's okay. She usually does a good job as an entertainer.

I have high hopes that her sixth album--due in September and of course not counting the "Greatest Hits" one--will be a return to form for her. The fifth album, "Blackout," isn't bad but it's also not particularly memorable on a song-by-song basis.

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Halon Halon - October 06, 2008 (06:25 PM)
I'm not a fan of her at all but Toxic is a decent song so that album is my favorite (the fourth one, right?).
Genj Genj - October 06, 2008 (10:37 PM)
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bloomer bloomer - October 06, 2008 (11:10 PM)
I think I've listened to the first 3 in whole, and have only heard singles off 4 and 5. Main things I know are that I like Toxic but consider Slave to be one of the worst 'pop' songs of recent times. Toxic was written by Cathy Dennis, and Cathy Dennis always writes / produces well for her many customers.
honestgamer honestgamer - October 06, 2008 (11:17 PM)
Yeah, "Slave" is by itself one of the biggest reasons that I don't care for the third album. How that one ever became popular I'll never know. Even the video was ugh.

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