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Britney Spears will release her ninth studio album this week, or already has, if you managed to track it down after it leaked over the weekend. In case you don't remember what happened in , here's a reminder:. This performance, billed as Britney's big "comeback" following her post- In the Zone hiatus and public breakdown, was a disaster. Between her hour marriage to Jason Alexander, her marriage to and divorce from Kevin Federline, the birth of her two sons, her multiple rehab visits, and the infamous head-shaving and umbrella attack, Britney had an extremely rough few years. Almost everyone was rooting for her to knock it out of the park at the VMAs, but instead she delivered a performance that was riveting only because it was so hard to watch. The headlines the next day were brutal. The Washington Post called her "out-of-shape" and "not ready for prime time.
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Public image is vital to pop stars, but few stars have been so inextricably tied to their image as Britney Spears. Think back to " Baby One More Time" -- it has an indelible hook but what leaps to mind is not the sound of the single, but how Britney looked in the video as she pouted and preened in a schoolgirls' uniform, an image as iconic as Madonna 's exposed navel.
The album was recorded between and , during which time Spears's personal struggles were highly publicized and overshadowed her professional projects. Blackout is a primarily dance-pop and electropop record with Euro disco and dubstep influences; lyrical themes revolve around love, fame, media scrutiny, sex and clubbing. Blackout was originally scheduled to be released on November 13 in the United States, but was rush-released after being leaked online. The album received positive reviews from music critics , some of whom described it as Spears's most progressive and consistent album. It debuted at number two on the US Billboard with first-week sales of , copies.