Unreleased Britney Spears Songs Finally Surface—Listen Here!
While Britney Spears was busy unveiling the ad for her inevitably successful fragrance Radiance (and doesn’t she look radiant with those extensions?), other people in or around Brit’s camp were busy leaking the pop star’s old demos. The surfaced tracks seem to be evaporating from the web as swiftly as they appeared, but thankfully, we’ve got a few to share with you—three tracks (we’re assuming are from the Britney era back in 2001) called “When I Say So”, “Mad Love” and “Am I A Sinner.” Jump below to listen.
Britney Spears – “Mad Love”
[wpaudio url=”//idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Mad-LovePuchitoHQ.mp3″ text=”Britney Spears – Mad Love” dl=”0″] A slow jam. We’re not loving it, to be honest. “I’m falling in deeper so fill up my cup / I can taste sweeter than mad love,” Britney coos. Maybe a more polished, produced version would thrill us, but we’re kind of bored. We’re calling this one a good call that it never winded up on any album. Next! Britney Spears – “Am I A Sinner”
[wpaudio url=”//idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Tell-Me-Am-I-a-Sinner.mp3″ text=”Britney Spears – Am I A Sinner” dl=”0″] Yet another slower track. It starts off in search of a dramatic flair, with Britney speaking like she’s in a soap opera. Finally the beat picks up, although not by much, and when the chorus drops in (“Tell me am I a sinner? / Tell me am I wrong? / Something is wrong with the picture / This is not my fault”) complete with “ahh” backing vocals, we’re almost reminded of, of all music acts, Ace of Base! All this song needs is a rap interlude and it could have been on The Sign. But we’re not loving it for Britney. Once again, good call leaving this off.
Britney Spears – “When I Say So”
[wpaudio url=”//idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/when-i-say-so.mp3″ text=”Britney Spears – When I Say So” dl=”0″] Finally! A (slightly more uptempo) dance track! And funny enough, this is the one with a rap interlude. “I don’t want to tease you / Don’t want to mislead you / You get some when I say so,” Britney lays down the law on this track. We certainly think this track wouldn’t have been out of place on Britney, although it wouldn’t have been a stand out.
What do you guys think? Love ’em, or leave ’em where they’ve been hiding the past nine years?