Britney Spears Is Quite The Awesome Talent

So somebody with a delightful mean streak leaked a copy of Britney Spears’ untouched recording of her song “Alien” and the sound of Miss Britney Jean warbling along without the benefit of thousands of dollars of technology. The poor girl couldn’t hit a note to save her life.

What dulcid tones, huh? To quote Coleridge: “Swans sing before they die… t’were no bad thing should certain persons die before they sing.”

Here is what the song sounds like with ample amounts of autotune just for comparison’s sake.

4 thoughts on “Britney Spears Is Quite The Awesome Talent

  1. Jesus Christ. Would it not be cheaper to just find some unknown who can actually sing to do the singing and let her mime over the top. It’s practically the same thing.


    1. You make a good point because it is not like the finished product is really anything close to Britney’s voice so she may as well just lipsynch over someone else’s vocals. It cracks me up hearing stuff like this and knowing all of the studio tricks they use so blatantly nowadays that Milli Vanilli got pilloried for their offense.


  2. The problem is that most of today’s artists use this crutch (even country singers) and the more you use it, the less you practice to get your voice perfect. So vocalists get lazy. If you think Lady Gaga, doesn’t use it you’re kidding yourself – its all fake today – no real muscicians, no real singing, fake boobs, fake eyelashes, fake drum sounds – even live they are running studio enhanced tracks. That’s why so many of today’s artists have trouble singing the National Anthem at ball games.


    1. I agree, most of today’s pop make it seem like there is a legion of singing robots in the music industry.


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