Glad you agree with most.. but as expected NO ONE agrees with my Oops ranking hahaphoenix98 wrote:whew, massive update! this might take a little while:
"What U See Is What You Get" = aw, I wish more of those painfully dull Oops! ballads had fallen before this tune! the uptempo's on Oops! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> the ballads (but I guess that's true for most...well...all of Brit's albums. she has some great ballads too, of course, but uptempo's are where she really shines).
I love Britney's ballads!
"Thinkin' Of You" = not the worst on ...BOMT, but far from the best. it belongs this low, if not even lower.
Well I think it belongs there haha! XD obviously... it's really catchy.. I love it!
"Oops!...I Did It Again" = yeah...this one's just...crazy. definitely the most unexpected ranking so far! I agree that she's done better...but she hasn't done 99 better songs!
So shocking! ohh! Well I think apart from being a bit overrated, it's nowhere near her best single... or song for that matter.
"Outrageous" = not too crazy about this one, so I'm okay seeing it low. it's certainly not bad, but I've never been WOW'ed by it. there are definitely better single choices on ITZ.
I agree.. Breathe On Me.. Shadow... Early Mornin'.. Showdown.. its Outrageous to think she damaged her knew in the video if this...
"The Beat Goes On" = eh...she did an...interesting...job of "updating" this classic...but my response to "Thinkin' About You" fits this one too. also, Brit's covers tend to be pretty underwhelming ("My Prerogative" aside).
I enjoy this a lot, as many Britney songs! So sad to see early hate, I love these songs now! Like LOVE so catchy! and her covers are great IMO...
"You Got It All" = this one's nice (less of a snooze-fest than "One Kiss From You", "Where Are You Now", "When Your Eyes Say It", and "Girl In The Mirror"), but still pretty forgettable. not the worst track on Oops!, but far from the best.
I think it ranks among some of the best ballads on Oops! Doesn't have that dated sound.
"Soda Pop" = it's very...quirky...and definitely stands out on ...BOMT, but I've never really cared for it. it belongs this low, if not lower.
Paradoxical statement haha
"Gasoline" = one of my least faves on FF. belongs this low too.
"Trouble For Me" = ah, I remember when rumours were floating around UKMix about this being the 4th FF single. I'm definitely glad her label gave "Criminal" a chance instead, even though it didn't work out...at all.
Sadly, Criminal is amazing, AT LEAST it was chosen This song is not single worthy IMO.
"What It's Like To Be Me" = one of...if not THE...least favorite on Britney. never really cared for it, so I'm glad to see it low.
apart from "What U See Is What U Get" and especially "Oops!", I'm perfectly fine with the rankings for this group. nicely done!
Yup, no one doestoni_pest wrote:It's Outrageous to see Oops! so low!
Of course I take out a bunch of your faves and some you think are way too high.. your taste.... it's the same as your description for Soda PopJSparksFan wrote:"What U See (Is What U Get)" is a gem from Britney's discography that I ranked at #10 on my own Britney tribute. It's a tad...disappointing to see it so low on yours.
Well your taste clearly calls this a gem.
"Thinkin' of You" is one of the better ...Baby One More Time tracks but it's ranking is appropriate.
Yeah even the best on it, are nowhere near her best haha!
"Oops!...I Did It Again" is one of Britney's classics, one of her defining moments. The video is one of her more iconic videos with the tight, red catsuit and the Titanic reference as well as that saucy, attention-grabbing "I'm not that innocent!" declaration. This was #11 on my Britney countdown, but no worries. You've only ranked it eighty-nine slots lower.
Rant over? I knew you'd be the drama queen! hahahahaha ...
"Outrageous" is great. I remember ranking it about fifty slots or so higher, but no biggie.
It's not that great... but I do like it a whole bunch, very dancable.
"The Beat Goes On" is terrible. Even #98 is too generous a ranking for this atrocity.
No it's not! LOL, my immautre side loves this sooo!
"You Got It All" is boring, an absolute borefest.
... I disagree again....
"Soda Pop" verges on being annoying.
Well.. I see we ain;t getting nowhere with this...
"Gasoline" is one of only two underwhelming Femme Fatale tracks so it's ranked appropriately.
"Trouble For Me", on the other hand, was actual one of my instant favourites from Femme Fatale. It's disappointing that it's out so early.
... really?.. new low Akini.. new low
"What It's Like To Be Me" is actually one of my fave Britney tracks. I think I ranked it about #23 on my own. But it's only seventy-plus slots lower here. Again, no love lost.
I hope not many ore faves will fall for a logn time aha! and thanksNoahh wrote:What U See (Is What U Get): One of my favorite songs from the Oops! album. Would've liked some other tracks of that album to see leave earlier than this one!
Aw.. sorry haha
Thinkin' of You: Mediocre. Not the best from her debut but certainly not the worst either. I'm quite content with its position.
Oops!...I Did It Again: Dear Horacio... how did this epic track end up at #100?! I would've ranked it much higher, but I see where you are coming from... here discography is amazing so the ranking is pretty hard. I'm glad you like the song!
I don't think it's one of her best, but do not get me wrong! I loooooooooove this Britney classic!
Outrageous: A real shame to see this quite low. One of my favorites from In The Zone. I'll never get tired of this one! <3
My least favourite from ITZ... haha
The Beat Goes On: is, like Akini said, terrible. It should've left a few round ago already. Can't believe this made it further than epic tracks like Radar, Oops! and Outrageous!
Whoops! haha sorry for the disagreement.. I just find these much more enjoyable.. Oops aged worse than some and I overplayed it.
You Got It All: Not bothered to see this go. It's quite boring and far from her best.
Lovely ballad IMO.
Soda Pop: Deserves to leave. Again, far from her best.
Gasoline: I like this song, but it's one of the worst on Femme Fatale. It's super generic and nothing special. I'm not sad to see this go. Good position for this song!
Trouble For Me: Was actually one of my instant favorites on Femme Fatale. The verses are lush! Quite sad to see this one go, although not as sad as some others that have already left!
Another one who disagrees with this one.. I find it quite average..
What It's Like To Be Me Is such a great song. One of my favorites on the Britney album. Just like TFM, sad to see this go but not as sad as some other that have already left...
Wehn you said TFM (I was so thinking The Fame Mosnter XD anway.. I find it weak compared to other Britney tracks..
Some of my faves are starting to fall now, which is quite saddening. But I realize that it's only going to get harder, 'cause there are so many great Britney songs left. Props to you for being able to rank them. I think I wouldn't be able to rank her discography. It would take me like 10 years, if not longer lol!
Can't wait for the next results!
Thanks and great choice, I wish you liked more haha but ATWK is amazing, will definitely be hereANH wrote:Nice presentation! Real nice.
The only Britney song that I enjoy is "And Then We Kiss (Remix)".
I hope that version (or the album version) makes it high!
No.. I assure you that classic, iconic debut, will be HIGH:DGetBack wrote:Oh my god! So many great songs gone! I guess "...Baby One More Time" will rank in the right below the Top 30?
I do enjoy them mroe with each listen but still far fromm her bestTiger wrote:93. What It's Like To Be Me
96. Soda Pop
100. Oops!... I Did It Again
101. Thinkin' About You
102. What U See Is What U Get
105. Deep In My Heart
I think I like her first albums more than you do
Good song from Britney (Deluxe track) and I'm A Slave 4 U B-Side. I like it but not as good as it's A-Side (? haha). Not her best, not her worst, but I do enjoy it a whole bunch., but far from "Britney's" best.
This used to be one of my favourites from Femme Fatale but grew off me a bit. The chorus is s darn catchy though haha.. Sabi's verse and I have a hate love relationship though.
I love this song a lot! Very nice melody and I love how rhythmical it gets. It could've been a single. I like the attitude in this track.
Another Britney classic drops now. I love this so much, an amazing ballad and works well with her life at that period. I think this could've also been a perfect lead single for "Britney". I love how sincere it is.
Very nice track, a self empowerment song. I love the attitude, and even though not the strongest on Britney, I enjoy it a whole lot. Very strong album track. I love the beat.
At ten is the music video for Stronger. I love the futuristic look to it (though it didn't age so well). I love it, classic Britney, and the chair scenes are so memorable. Overall I love her look in it and the darkness of it. Very great but not the best from her sophomore album videos.
Well it'snot the strongest IMO, but definitely (like I said ) one of the strongest.. #nothereforyouropinon LOL just kidding!JSparksFan wrote:"Intimidated" is forgettable so I have no problem with you ranking it so low.
"(Drop Dead) Beautiful" is great. When I first heard the line, "Your body looks so sick, I think I caught the flu", it was instant love for this track. Too low.
The more I listen, the less I like it..
"Don't Go Knockin' On My Door" is nice, one of the standouts from Britney's sophomore record. Is there any particular reason for the emphasis on "my", though?
Fixed haha! and yea I agree, it's already one of the highest from Oops! LOL
*Sigh* I'm not really sure how much more of this I can take. "I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman" is Britney's best ballad, in my opinion. If I remember correctly, I ranked this gem in my Top 20 but I guess sixty-nine slots lower here is an accomplishment in its own right.
This is far from her best ballad! IMO~! .. and I can;t really relate for the most part... but it is outstanding!
"Let Me Be" is one of the hardest-hitting Britney tracks. I think it's a great song lyrically and the beat is just incredible. I ranked it in the mid-twenties when I did my countdown but it makes it all the way to #88 here. Woohoo!
LOL, seems like someone ranked some songs too high
As for your video countdown, "Stronger" would've made it a bit higher on my list but I'm glad to see some appreciation for that incredible video nonetheless.
Yeah, not her best, not her worst, but definitely memorable for me. It was hard ranking these!
By the way, Britney doesn't have some of the strongest mainstream videos of the past decade and a half, her videography is far superior to any other artist's videography in that time span. She's got a video catalogue that rivals Madonna, in my (humble) opinion.
Glad you agreeTiger wrote:88. Let Me Be
89. I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman
90. Don't Go Knockin' On My Door
Good songs, not amazing
phoenix98 wrote:"Intimidated" = yeah...this one's pretty weak, forgettable...but I do like the slowed-down bits: "baby, there's something about you, show me that nothing can hold you down..."
I like those parts too, but nothing tooo special, still like it a lot though!
"(Drop Dead) Beautiful" = hmmm...the more I think about it, the more I realize there's actually quite a few underwhelming moments on Femme Fatale, and this is another one of them (along with "Gasoline", "Trouble For Me", "Big Fat Bass", "Seal It With A Kiss", "How I Roll"). I don't find any of them TERRIBLE, but none are great either. people compare to FF to Blackout, but there are far fewer tracks on Blackout that leave me feeling so..."meh", unimpressed.
Yay, glad we agree.. as for albums,I won't say my opinion just yet, as I am doing an albums countdown a well during this tribute.
"Don't Go Knockin' On My Door" = this definitely gets over-shadowed by the other (superior) up-tempo's on Oops!, but it's not bad. I like the attitude too.
seems like we are in the same page??
"I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman" = eh, it's nice...but I've never really fallen in love with it. I really hate to use this word, since it could also (arguably) apply to some of my favorite Brit tracks but I just find it too..."cheesy".
I don't find it cheesy just yet, but maybe when I grow a bit more haha, I just can't relate so much, but still nice ballad. Not my type of song as much as others.
"Let Me Be" = this is probably...definitely...my favorite from this group, so I'm glad to see it's the highest! it's not the best non-single on Britney, but it's definitely catchy, the instrumentation/production is very cool, and the attitude is great too. I agree with everything hereDefinitely not the weakest on itGoodBoyGoneBad wrote:Let Me Be is one of my favorite Britney album tracks.
Haha sorry for some, but overall glad we agree on most...Noahh wrote:Intimidated: is okay. Far from her best but very enjoyable nonetheless. I think you charted the song right!
(Drop Dead) Beautiful: Not one of my instant favorites of the Femme Fatale album but it has grown out to be one of my faves. I also loved the song on the tour. The lyrics might be very cheesy but it works in the song. It's actually pretty cleverly written. The instrumental is quite dope too!
It grew off me a lot...
My favorite bit of the song: "Look at you, look at you. Be my sweetie, be my honey toniiiight"
Deserves to chart higher definitely, but it's not disastrous to see it go!
haha "steaming like a pot full of vegetables.." LOL!
Don't Go Knocking On My Door: is actually one of my favorite songs from her second album. Great pop/rnb song. It has always reminded me of a song Destiny's Child would do.
It's a song I still play a lot actually. I would love for her to make songs like this again. Quite sad to see this go actually...
It is kinda urbanish, she has a lot of perfect urban pop tracks and sounds amazing! and I hope you will like more songs up there!
I'm Not A Girl Not Yet A Woman: I absolutely loved this song when it was released. Now, years later, I think it's kind of a cheese-fest. It's definitely not a bad song (at all) but I think she has better ballads. Her vocals in this song shine though. I have great memories of this song. I think you've charted it correctly!
Let Me Be: is very enjoyable. I don't listen to this song often though. It seems like I "forget" about this song a lot. It's good but she has much better. I'm quite content with it's position!
we agreed on most this batch!
Stronger (video): Sooo glad this made your video top 10. It's such an amazing video. I like the "dark" vibe and the video in amazing in every way. Visually it's stunning, Britney looks gorgeous, choreography is awesome, epic chair scene, cool effects. It would definitely be in my top 10 too.
Yes I love the darkness too Glad you like it like me too!
Overall great results! Only song that I'm kinda bummed about is "Don't Go Knocking On My Door". Can't wait to see some more song and video results!
Who are you? ... jk! I disagree, a weaker track than most FF IMO thanks for commenting though!!PosziMC2 wrote:Gasoline >> the whole FF
Another fan favourite I see... I just think she has better ballads. Glad we agree on the DDB thoughtoni_pest wrote:I'm Not a Girl >>>>>>>>>>>>>
Drop Dead is one of the highlights off of FF, but I wouldn't rank it higher either.
First of all, whoever thought of that title, I applaud. Clever. I love this song! Very catchy and feisty and just a "f**k you!" very type of chorus. Overall very nice, but not one of her best singles, I think. Also the lyrics are all over the place, trying to make the title work. Oh well, I do very much enjoy this song though!
A fan favourite from her third album, Cinderella drops her shoe here. I do have to admit it's a much better single choice than Boys and some other tracks, but it's overrated by some fans. I love the beat and music though, overall an amazing song!
This cover falls here. I love it and it's irresistible, but just a cover, and overall not as special as others. She did do an great job though, and I loved it on Crossroads! Great track, though I wish they would have kept it a track.
First of all, this might seem really low. I admit it is such a beautiful ballad, the only problem is that it's on the EP that I rarely hear. I do love it though, as many of her songs. I love the lyrics more than anything, props to Britney for singing this, though I wish it wasn't on that EP.
This single form The Singles Collection stops 80 places lower than it's name suggests. Even though it is so darn catchy, its theme is something I am not too keen about so it gets kinda cringe worthy. Nonetheless I love how it changes up through the verses, pre-chorus, and chorus. It's one of those songs I remember hearing quite frequently before becoming a fan.
Have fun..JSparksFan wrote:"If U Seek Amy" is one of my favourite Britney singles to date. The double entendre is brilliant. I think I ranked it #13 on my own list. Glad to see it making it all the way to #87 here.
Enjoy the ride...
Ah, knocking down my fave singles wasn't enough for you. You had to take down my fave non-single too. "Cinderella" is brilliant, easily my fave non-single of Britney's incredible discography. I ranked this gem at #9 on my Britney countdown, if I remember correctly. I might as well just stop counting all my Top 20 Britney tracks as they look as they're all gonna fall before we hit the 70's.
Of course you are known to rate the overrated...
"I Love Rock 'N Roll" is a great cover that gets a lot of undeserved hate. I would've ranked it a bit higher, but it's your countdown and I totally respect your taste.
Hate? Did I ever mention anything really negative? This song is my jam! I love it, but there are about 84 songs I like better
Hmm...My heart is starting to grow weary. "Someday (I Will Understand)" is higher than "Oops!...I Did It Again", "Cinderella", and "If U Seek Amy"? I'mma need a drink.
Cause it's better...
And how fitting that we end the batch with the fatal blow, the fall of "3", my #18. "3" gets a lot of hate because of it's subject matter and also because...well, a lot of people think it's a hot mess. Admittedly, this had to grow on me but when it did, I loved it. I'm totally down for that, by the way.
Again with the hate, maybe you aren't referring to me, but still I DO NOT HATE this song ... I do love it and it's such a cool track, there's just songs I like better. Low position =/= hate.... at least in this countdown.
For your #10 reason for liking my Queen, you left out the word "grew" which is sorta ironic if you think about it.
Dang it! I always mess up even after meticulously looking!
Now I'm off for that drink I said I needed.
phoenix98 wrote:"If U Seek Amy" = the title/wordplay thing is cute, and the song itself is fun, but it just doesn't stack up against her many great...nay, EPIC...singles. I might put it a bit higher...but not too much.
Great we somewhat agree...
"Cinderella" = ah, now this ranking I have a problem with! easily the best non-single on Britney (and certainly better than some of the singles too). the story, the music, it all comes together to make one fantastic, catchy pop tune! "...I don't believe in fairytales, here we are with nothing but honesty, I've had enough, I'm not gonna stay..."
This song is overrated a tad bit, but I do love it
"I Love Rock N' Roll" = and here we have one of the Britney singles that is vastly inferior to "Cinderella" it's not a TERRIBLE cover, but there's way better moments on that album and throughout her discography. I actually don't mind that this is No. 85, it's just that you have it (mistakenly) ranked above MUCH better songs!
I think it shines in its own way, but it's surely not the best, but I do enjoy it more than Cinderella.
"Someday" = hmmm...so this is only as low as it is because it's on the Chaotic EP? that seems a bit unfair!
Well it's not cause it's on it, it's just that because it's on it, I rarely spin it cause I rarely listen to that EP, not that I hate it, it's just hidden beneath the rest of her discography, it might grow on me later on though, I do think it's really really sweet though.
"3" = gurl, start picturing Matt Cardle and Ho all over you at the same time and you might find a whole new apprecation for this song kidding aside, I guess I feel almost the same as I do with "If U Seek Amy": it's fun, catchy, but just not as epic as many of her other singles. that said, I'd still rank this one much higher than you did...certainly Top 50-worthy.
Oh Paul if only.. if only...
Yes, very, I love the topic it's about.Tiger wrote:83. 3
84. Someday (I Will Understand)
87. If U Seek Amy
Someday (I Will Understand) is great
Well I hope the next batch is not too hard on everyoneNoahh wrote:Oh my.... It is really time to see some amazing songs fall...
If U Seek Amy: is such a fun pop record. The lyrics and title are hilarious and very clever written. This is actually one of the Circus song I play the most. I would definitely rank it among her best songs. Pretty sad to see this go!
I think it's great but plain compared to the rest of Circus I think, get's old quick, but I do enjoy it a heck of a lot!
Cinderella: leaves waaaaayy to soon. This also is one of my favorite songs of hers and it's definitely the best non-single from the "Britney" album. Such a crime that it's never been released as a single and that she never performed it!
Yup, more love.. well I do love this song but I find many more way more enjoyable...
I Love Rock N' Roll: cute cover. Gets a lot of hate, undeservingly. It's definitely not among her best tracks but it's fun. I'm quite content with its position!
Yeah here is a good position, right below the in between ish..
Someday (I Will Understand): You should really listen to this and forget about this ever being on the EP. This song doesn't deserve to be linked to that, since it's a masterpiece. It's so beautiful and she sounds wonderful. The fact that she wrote the song only makes me appreciate the song even more. This should've place higher!
Well I rarely ever visit that EP cause it's so deep into her discography, practically invisible haha, but I will give this more chances definitely
3: Same story as "If U Seek Amy". A great/fun pop record with fun/cheeky/clever lyrics. The instrumental is amazing and even though I'm not a fan of over-autotuned Britney vocals, it really fits this song. The middle 8 is heaven!
It is amazing, and quite catchy.
I would've ranked it top 25 at least. Definitely one of my favorites, so I'm sad to see it go!
Oh wow that's too bad
Unlike with last results, there are some songs I'm really sad to see go. Some of my favorites have fallen but it'll only get tougher when we're nearing the #1 song of course...
Can't wait for some new results!
OK, maybe this one might also be a shocking placement. The lead single from her sixth album, "brought her back" officially. It hit #1 and was a worldwide smash. Since then it has become of of her greatest hits. I personally love it as well as any but the chorus can get a bit tiring. either way I do enjoy it, though not like other Circus tracks. Still, it is pretty epic sometimes.
A bonus track from Circus, Phonography lands one spot ahead of the albums greatest hit. This song is pretty catchy and all and I do enjoy it, but since it's a bonus track it's rarely heard like other Crcus tracks. I do love it though. The beat is nice. I like that synth thing. I just think the melody is not the best, but overall nice track. The chorus is epic.
the first single to leave from her most recent effort. It might shake heads, but I really think it's weak compared to other singles. The beat is kinda incomplete in my opinion and it's repetitious (oh oh oh oh oh oh oh). The remix is very nice too. This song is what got me started into her last year and then from there I decided to check her out way more, and found way more epic tracks. Great single choice.
Only the second to fall from her fourth album, In The Zone, this dance track features the Ying Yang Twins. I have never been too keen on them though. The 40 second shouting is completely not needed, but somehow I can't imagine the song without it. I do love the fact that it has banjo! How many dance songs have banjo?! Anyway, I also love her tease when she says "This is for the country boys out there." The chorus is irresistible. Overall this song makes me want to dance, nice dance song! It is very far from the best of In The Zone though, in my opinion.
I love the urban-ness of this track. The male voice is also pretty epic and only adds to the song in my opinion. At once it was one of my favourites from Blackout, but has slowly grown off me. I do love how it says "get neked, get neked, get neked" haha. Enjoyable! Stil, more Blackout songs are yet to come.