Bless her heart, Britney Spears actually looks slightly more color coordinated than usual–but still manages to resemble a “Rock of Love” reject, the poor thing. If only there was a way for her to airbrush her craziness into a blur of normalcy in her real life, as sound technicians managed to do on her new album. On the tracks of “Blackout,” Britney’s voice has been noticeably digitally altered to a high-pitched tone that sings mostly of seducing the listener. According to a review in the New York Daily News:
On many tracks, Britney sounds so worked over, she doesn’t even seem like a person. Instead, she comes off like some machine that bleeps and bloops out an airy array of oohs, ahhs and groans. If a blowup sex doll could sing, this is what she’d sound like.
Well, I’ll be honest–I wasn’t hoping for much, just a decent dance album that I can use to find my new cell phone ringtone. Baby steps, my friends, baby steps.
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