Cover image for Oops!-- I did it again
Title:
Oops!-- I did it again
Author:
Spears, Britney.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York, N.Y. : Jive : Zomba Recording Corp., [2000]

â„—2000
Physical Description:
1 audio disc (45 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Oops!-- I did it again (3:31) -- Stronger (3:23) -- Don't go knockin' on my door (3:14) -- (I can't get no) satisfaction (4:28) -- Don't let me be the last to know (3:50) -- What u see (is what u get) (3:14) -- Lucky (3:25) -- One kiss from you (3:23) -- Where are you now (4:39) -- Can't make me love you (3:16) -- When your eyes say it (4:06) -- Dear diary (2:46).
UPC:
012414170422

886919933321
Format :
Music CD

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Boston Free Library BPR 1180 Compact Disc Branch Audiobook CD
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Clarence Library COMPACT DISC (#1263) Compact Disc Branch Audiobook CD
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Hamburg Library BPR 1180 Compact Disc Branch Audiobook CD
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Lake Shore Library BPR 1180 Compact Disc Audio Visual
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North Collins Library (#3) Compact Disc Audio Visual
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Williamsville Library CD 1065 Compact Disc Open Shelf
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Audubon Library POP .S741 O Compact Disc Open Shelf
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Summary

Summary

Given the phenomenal success of Britney Spears' debut, ...Baby One More Time, it should come as no surprise that its sequel offers more of the same. After all, she gives away the plot with the ingenious title of her second album, Oops!...I Did It Again, essentially admitting that the record is more of the same. It has the same combination of sweetly sentimental ballads and endearingly gaudy dance-pop that made One More Time. Fortunately, she and her production team not only have a stronger overall set of songs this time, but they also occasionally get carried away with the same bewildering magpie aesthetic that made the first album's "Sodapop" -- a combination of bubblegum, urban soul, and raga -- a gonzo teen pop classic. It doesn't happen all that often -- the clenched-funk revision of the Stones' deathless "Satisfaction" is the most obvious example -- but it helps give the album character apart from the well-crafted dance-pop and ballads that serve as its heart. In the end, it's what makes this an entertaining, satisfying listen. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


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