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For months now, Britney Spears and her manager, Larry Rudolph, have been touting “Britney Jean” as Spears’ most personal album, even naming it after her first and middle name to connote a sense of intimacy.  While there are certainly nods to what could be private statements about her life, such as on  “Perfume,” “Passenger” (which features Katy Perry as one of the co-writers), and “Don’t Cry,” for the most part, Spears sounds more like she’s the muse, not the master here. If Spears’ vision is on here -and she’s listed as co-writer on all 10 tracks-it often gets overshadowed by the »

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