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In The Zone Enhanced

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 18 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0000DD7LB
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  DVD Audio
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 1,750 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,360 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Me Against The Music
2. (I Got That)
3. Showdown
4. Breathe On Me
5. Early Mornin'
6. Toxic
7. Outrageous
8. Touch Of My Hand
9. The Hook Up
10. Shadow
11. Brave New Girl
12. Everytime
13. Me Against The Music (Rishi Rich's Desi Kulcha Remix)

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Jive Recording artist Britney Spears is set to release her 4th album, In The Zone on November 18. The first single "Me Against The Music" features Madonna.

Britney Spears co-wrote 7 of the 13 songs on the album. Some of the producers/writers on the album include Moby ("Early Mornin'"), Bloodshy & Avant ("Showdown"), Guy Sigsworth ("Everytime") and R. Kelly ("Outrageous").


However coy she might be in her public statements, Britney Spears leans more than a bit toward the provocative on In the Zone. Less concerned with aiming at the mainstream radio dial than in the first days of her career, she and her collaborators make this as street and club ready a record as possible. The opening duet with Madonna, "Me Against the Music," is worthy, but the bigger superstar’s presence serves almost less as a performance than a key to Britney’s intentions: as Madonna did on albums such as Erotica , Ray of Light, and Music, she’s out to bend current trends to her needs. R. Kelly, Moby, and Ying Yang Twins all provide stirring moments that draw on everything from Bollywood to Southern hip-hop, while one of the most impressive tracks, "Touch of My Hand," joins the proud tradition of Cyndi Lauper’s "She Bop." She still lacks a fully formed artistic vision of her own, but Zone, with its many get-free anthems, puts her much closer. --Rickey Wright

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By A Customer on Oct. 28 2003
Format: Audio CD
In the five years since you first heard Britney Spears' bubblegum pop anthem "...Baby, One More Time" alot has changed. Your age, your musical tastes, and Britney Spears. Have you noticed? After trying to show us she's grown up on her last two albums (only failing by a little, and coming very close the third time around) she is ready to go all out. Discussing more adult situations, working with a wider variety of producers, and even some collaborations make Britney Spears' "In The Zone" a fantastic musical experience. On the opening track "Me Against The Music" featuring none other than Spears' own muse, Madonna, they tell the story of a battle with a song, if you can figure out what she's saying. After listening to it over and over again though, the club anthem (yes, you read right, club, not bubblegum pop) grows on you and becomes as infectious and catchy as Britney was in her early days. On the Moby contribution to the album, "Early Mornin'" Britney sings about waking up after a hard night of partying feeling a bit under the weather over a fantastic bubbling beat. P. Diddy's contribution, "The Answer" is another standout track, which unbelievably almost didn't make the album. However, the best of the hip hop collaborations is either with R. Kelly ("Outrageous" on which Spears sings about things such as "my sex drive" and "my world tour" and "my shopping spree" and saying how sexy her underwear feel in her jeans.) or the duet with the Ying Yang twins ("(I've Got That) Boom Boom" on which Spears sets out to prove she's got the beat). The albums true standout moments come from the albums two ballads. The Matrix (Avril Lavigne, Liz Phair) contribute what Rolling Stone calls a "Mid 90's Aerosmith ballad" with "Shadow," a truly amazing revelation for people who say Spears can't sing.Read more ›
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This is the album that increased my interest in Britney Spears the most. Why? Because she added some R&B, more dance, less bubble-gum pop, and a more mature sound! This is Britney Spears signature release of being in the zone, ready to take on the music, and pave the way for much more!!!

This album features Britney's most notable hits like "Toxic", beautiful ballads like "Everytime", and raunchy tracks like "Breathe On Me" and "Touch Of My Hand." Madonna fans and dance fanatics will enjoy "Me Against The Music" regular version and Rishi Rich's Desi Kulcha Remix. Hip-hop junkies can get their rap ready with "(I Got That) Boom Boom" featuring the Ying Yang Twins. If anything, this album became Britney Spears stepping-stone to bigger and deeper waters making her the Next Madonna!

The DVD features the entire album in 5.1 Surround Sound & Stereo plus the videos Toxic, Everytime, and MegaMix. It is NTSC and viewable in the United States. The release date is 2003 and to this day I still view it. While her DVDs titled, In the Zone (+ Bonus CD) and Britney Spears - Greatest Hits - My Prerogative have Toxic and Everytime they do not have the MegaMix. The sound and quality is excellent with distinct clarity and fabulous picture viewing.

On this edition, the lyrics are not included nor is the bonus tracks "The Answer" and "Don't Hang Up" found on the Japan album. The advantage of this particular release is the fact you can listen to the entire album with much better sound, and also view the videos with the exclusive MegaMix not found anywhere unless you have the picture sleeve promo available in some exclusive websites.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Even if you hate Britney, you might like this!!, January 30, 2007

Take it from someone who's really not a huge Britney fan. In fact, I've bashed her many times, lol. But this CD is actually REALLY good. She experiments with electronica, synth and dance, and it actually fits her like a glove (especially since her voice is so filtered, she sounds like a robot sometimes). It's different than the pop fluff that she usually does.


TOXIC - I have to admit this is one of the best pop songs of this millenium. The beat is so catchy and it sounded different than anything else on the radio. Like her or not, you have to admit that "Toxic" is fantastic.

EVERYTIME - Yes, Britney actually has a nice sounding ballad. Her voice isn't spectacular, but the synth piano, strings and subtle percussion create a haunting masterpiece. This song actually gives me goosebumps. One of the best ballads I've ever heard (seriously).

BRAVE NEW GIRL - This song sounds very similar to Imani Capolla's "Legend of a Cowgirl". It also has elements of Madonna's "Material Girl", and Talk Talk/no Doubt's "It's my Life". Nevertheless, her voice sounds kind of cool because the engineer made it sound electronic (a la Cher) at some parts. Overall, a great, and fun dance song.

SHADOW - Another great ballad. I was produced by The Matrix, so it does sound a little Avril-ish. But there are a lot of synth sound effects which give it a futuristic feel. Definitely a good listen.

SHOWDOWN - This is kind of a mid-tempo pop song that sounds very unique. It's very catchy, and it has a lot of dance/analog elements in it. The guitars make the song what it is in my opinion.
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