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The album "Blackout" went on to sell over three million copies. The tour was one of the highest grossing global concert tours by In Marchshe released her seventh studio album called "Femme Fatale", which peaked at number one in the US, Canada and Australia.
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In she began to work on her eighth album called "Britney Jean", with the like of Will. Spears also renewed her contract with RCA and continues to record new music.
Live reviews Britney Spears Britney Spears is a true performer; every aspect of her show is designed to entertain and delight her audience. She always has a varied set list that includes old favorites like 'Baby One More Time' and 'Oops' as well as new classics like 'Womanizer' and 'Perfume'.
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The set s at a Britney Spears show are always over the top, and you can expect a lot of surprises. A single performance may include: For her Circus Tour circathe audience was transported to a three-ring circus in every way!
I loved the stunts and trapeze tricks! Her Dream Within a Dream Tour circa had eleborate set pieces and props, including a car! The short-lived Onyx Hotel Tour was raunchy and sassy, much like the year-old Britney at the time.
It was cut short due to knee surgery. Britney's Femme Fatale Tour circa was action-packed, and ended with her literally flying across a screen of sparks wearing giant wings!
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Britney Spears loves to perform and entertain. Every show also includes incredible dancers and absolutely stunning costumes. I'll have a world tour. I'm going to have more dancers, a bigger stage, more pyro The tone of the show variated from the beginning: On the contrary, she unveiled a more sophisticated image for "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know", and followed it with raunchy performances for " Baby One More Time" and "Oops! I Did It Again".
He used dbx compressors for kick and snare drums. Spears's vocals were mostly live—pre-recorded vocals ran in parallel on an ADAT machine during the shows, and were used to replace her live microphone when the dance routines became too energetic for good voice control. Spears did not use them, preferring the ambient sound of a battery of eight Showco SRM wedges spread across the downstage area.
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These were augmented by Showco SS full-range sidefills and a pair of one-byinch subs on each side of the stage. Effects were limited to vocal and drum reverbs. Amplification for the wedges and the FOH system were all Crown-based, with a pair of drum stool shakers completing the line-up. All the cables used during the tour were brought from the US, even in Europe, something unusual in audio production. This was followed by "What U See Is What U Get " in which she removed her silver side jacket and she danced on a stripper pole wearing a pink cowboy hat.
She appeared onstage to meet the chosen fan and then welcomed the audience into her bedroom.
Wearing white pajamas and slippers, she performed " Born to Make You Happy ", which included a dance segment near the end. She then continued with " Lucky " featuring her two background singers two female background dancers during all the European show helping Spears getting ready for a typical day.
Halfway through the song during the dance break, her male dancers all dressed in navy sailor costumes do a routine before Spears continues the remainder of the song dressed as a ship captain. At the end, she climbed the staircase and briefly spoke to the audience before moving into a performance of " Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know ", for which she wore a long white dress trimmed with boa feathers dressed up much like in the music video as Lucky.
Next, there was a dance interlude in which the dancers showed their individual moves while their names appeared on the screens.