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Witness vs Blackout: which breakdown era is better?

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  1. 1. Which one?



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On 1/7/2019 at 7:39 AM, King or Queen said:

Blackout no contest, ahead of its time, 

this album literally sounds like anything and everything from 2007. Its basically a watered down Loose ....

 

OT: the one that actually had a high grossing tour instead of getting gigs at night clubs .. :nailfile:

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7 minutes ago, DREAMPOP said:

this album literally sounds like anything and everything from 2007. Its basically a watered down Loose ....

 

OT: the one that actually had a high grossing tour instead of getting gigs at night clubs .. :nailfile:

I actually agree that Blackout is very overrated for no reason

Anyways it's better than Katy's dumpest videos and behaviour during Witness era

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8 minutes ago, Burning Up said:

Anyways it's better than Katy's dumpest videos and behaviour during Witness era

CTTR, Bon Appetit, and Swish Swish is better than every video that Botney released since 2007. bye. And as for Methney's behavior .... you don't wanna go there with me 

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On 1/7/2019 at 5:33 PM, Taylor Chen said:

Blackout. I dont like britney but at least blackout was a decent pop album and britney was still a famous person. Witness was a basic trashy kids bop album. Her career decline is tragic.

This tea. Katy went from America’s fave pop girl to a “can I speak to your manager?” Hair cut and dated music within one era. :tayincourt:

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