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I'm a Slave 4 U

Britney Spears Audio CD
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A Most Unusual Britney Single Showing her Musical Maturation and Sophisitcation Goes Forth. Includes a Special Britney Interview as a Bonus Track.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Giving out A Wrong Message June 14 2003
By Beatrix
Format:Audio CD
I didn't like this song and it makes me wonder if Britney actually looks at her lyrics. "It's about being a slave to music." Well, something like that. Apparently she doesn't seem to have the intellect to interpret one of her songs.
The true message is that she enjoys being slaved around by a man, supporting male domination. I don't mind this, but she could at least interpret it right.
The song is cheesy and repetitive.
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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  16 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars A New Millenium, A New Britney Dec 3 2002
By Luis Hernandez - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
As the first single from her third solo album, "Britney," Britney Spears returned to the airwaves with this single that not only caters to the listening preferences of young teens, but also to an urban/dance crowd. Utilizing strong beats and having somewhat of an urban, yet rap-free feeling, "I'm A Slave 4 U" is one of Britney's best singles ever. Gone are the days of singing about adolescent love and other themes cornered by the numerous teen acts out there. This single introduces a new Britney, one in the same caliber as Cristina Aguilera, where she wished to express the she is no longer a little girl. The video for this song validates this, as we see Britney as a now sultry, determined woman willing to explore her carnal desires. This song also marks a first for Britney as it became one of her few songs to successfully cross over to urban audiences (who loathe boy bands and teenage vixens). After it was remixed by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, urban audiences accepted Britney as a member of the genre and their has been no regrets.
"I'm A Slave 4 U" definitely marks a turning point in Britney's career. I only wish that top name remixers such as Thunderpuss, Hex Hector, and/or Johnny Vicious had done remixed versions of this great song. Regardlessly, it's a great song that breaks the music mold set already in place by numerous, and usually talentless teenage solo artists and boy bands.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Slave 4 Britney Aug. 6 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"All you people look at me, like I'm a little girl," claims Britney in her first single off "Britney." The single has an odd beat for a Britney song, not Max Martin "POP" but, Neptunes "R&B." This Britney's best single yet and finally she shows growth.
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5.0 out of 5 stars the Best Nov. 27 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is Britney's BEST single. She is a Slave to Music & Media because she is expected to Please everybody. She's finally expressing herself and growing. Anyone who does not like this single must not like Sexy Dance Music. I am glad she did this song!
4.0 out of 5 stars Buy it for Intimidated! May 25 2004
By Weather Warden <3 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Britney is amazing. Her voice isn't that strong, but she still manages to make funky, groovy dance tracks, mixed in with her usual pop formula. This is why she continues to be so successful the world over.
1. I'm A Slave 4 U (Main Version) (4/5)
This is also known as the Radio Edit. It is Britney's oddest single to date. It has such an unusual beat. It goes completely away from the normal Britney pop, and into more RnB beats. It's good, albeit a little weird. I like the lyrics though, and the funky beat. This wasn't such a big hit in America, but went top ten in a lot of other countries. It was the first song off the "Britney" album.
2. I'm A Slave 4 U (Instrumental Version) (4/5)
I used to wonder what the point of instrumentals were - but now I know. They rock - I love them. This is basically just the music from behind "I'm A Slave 4 U", without Britney's vocals. It shows off that odd beat even more. Instrumentals are great, and this is no exception. I'll rate it the same as the song with vocals
3. Intimidated (5/5)
This is the high point of the single! This is an amazing song. It has very electro rock sounding music at the beginning, teamed with Britney saying "Ooh, I see you over there. Don't be shy, come here" in a sexy voice. Britney actually sounds good on this track, unlike other songs where her vocals are weak. The chorus is very catchy. This song is about not being afraid to ask someone out. I also love the "B-R-I-T-N-E-Y" part in the middle. I love it, one of Britney's best songs.
4. Interview (4/5)
At the time of this single release, this interview was up to date. Now it's not, because it's over 2 years later. But this is a good indication of how Britney was around the release of this single.
Cover art - Britney looking gorgeous as usual.
Overall, a good single with a fantastic bonus track that should have been on the mainstream albums.
5.0 out of 5 stars A New Millennium, a New Britney Nov. 30 2002
By Luis Hernandez - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
As the first single from her third solo album, "Britney," Britney Spears returned to the airwaves with this single that not only caters to the listening preferences of young teens, but also to an urban/dance crowd. Utilizing strong beats and having somewhat of an urban, yet rap-free feeling, "I'm A Slave 4 U" is one of Britney's best singles ever. Gone are the days of singing about adolescent love and other themes cornered by the numerous teen acts out there. This single introduces a new Britney, one in the same caliber as Cristina Aguilera, where she wished to express the she is no longer a little girl. The video for this song validates this, as we see Britney as a now sultry, determined woman willing to explore her carnal desires. This song also marks a first for Britney as it became one of her few songs to successfully cross over to urban audiences (who loathe boy bands and teenage vixens). After it was remixed by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, urban audiences accepted Britney as a member of the genre and their has been no regrets.
"I'm A Slave 4 U" definitely marks a turning point in Britney's career. I only wish that top name remixers such as Thunderpuss, Hex Hector, and/or Johnny Vicious had done remixed versions of this great song. Regardlessly, it's a great song that breaks the music mold set already in place by numerous, and usually talentless teenage solo artists and boy bands.
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