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-- Baby one more time
Spears, Britney.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Jive, [1999]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Enhanced CD contains a multimedia presentation of the video "...Baby One More Time", a documentary of the making of the video, and a photo scrapbook.

Compact disc.
...Baby one more time (3:30) -- (You drive me) crazy (3:17) -- Sometimes (4:05) -- Soda pop (3:20) -- Born to make you happy (4:03) -- From the bottom of my broken heart (5:11) -- I will be there (3:53) -- I will still love you / (duet with Don Philip) (4:02) -- Thinkin' about your (3:35) -- E-mail my heart (3:41) -- The beat goes on (3:43).


Format :
Music CD


Call Number
Material Type
Home Location
Clarence Library COMPACT DISC (#1076) Compact Disc Branch Audiobook CD
Clearfield Library 2363 Compact Disc Open Shelf
Collins Library BPR 449 Compact Disc Audio Visual
Central Library POP .S741 B Compact Disc Central Audio CD
Audubon Library POP .S741 B Compact Disc Open Shelf
Kenmore Library POP .S741 B Compact Disc Audio Visual
West Seneca Library POP .S741 B Compact Disc Audio Visual
Williamsville Library POP .S741 B Compact Disc Open Shelf

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At the beginning of the '90s, teen currency shifted from bubblegum'n'Tiger Beat to grunge'n'Maximum Rock & Roll. Although it may have been pushed from the spotlight, teen pop hadn't died -- it, in a way, went underground, spending time on the fringes of pop culture. One of the leading lights of the exiled teen brigade was The New Mickey Mouse Club. For several years, it toiled away on the Disney Network, earning a small fan base -- but, more importantly, providing a launchpad for several careers, including that of Britney Spears. Like her fellow NMMC alumni *N Sync, Spears shot to stardom in the late '90s, just as she was on the verge of late adolescence. By that time, everything old was new again. Albums like her debut, ...Baby One More Time, were topping the charts as if they were Hangin' Tough, which is only appropriate since it sounded as if it could have been cut in 1989, not 1999. ...Baby One More Time has the same blend of infectious, rap-inflected dance-pop and smooth balladry that propelled the New Kids and Debbie Gibson, due to the Backstreet Boys' producer, Max Martin, who is also the mastermind behind Spears' debut. He has a knack for catchy hooks, endearing melodies, and engaging Euro-dance rhythms, all of which are best heard on the hits: the ingenious title track, "Sometimes," "(You Drive Me) Crazy," and the utterly delightful, bubblegum-ragga album track "Soda Pop." Like many teen pop albums, ...Baby One More Time has its share of well-crafted filler, but the singles, combined with Britney's burgeoning charisma, make this a pretty great piece of fluff. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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