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With all the melody combinations being already used, and really not-so-fresh or clever arrangements, it is hard to sustain enthusiasm for music. Of course for new generations it's still a new experience and they want their own piece of the pie, but unfortunately, unlike 80's and 90's music repeats itself in a dull and uninteresting way. I suppose Max and the gang who I respect for their work, with their rules that got them rich unfortunately killed the curiosity and creativity of the pop music industry. I suppose once everyone discovers that those rules don't work anymore we will see a new creativity era, hopefully. But the drawback of creativity is that you cannot be a new Max one-key-unlocks-all-doors master. You can have a limited stride of hits and move on to make place for the next hitmaker, as we always had in music history. A Cheiron saga was nice but it's over, and probably won't be repeated in a long time.
Very based statement. This is what I've been trying to tell people over the last decade about why current pop music or music as a whole has been repetitive unmemorable predictable unmelodic untalented garbage. Only those who have little interests or close-minded will eat up anything that comes out nowadays on the radio like veal farm cattle.  Yes Max and his crew are talented guys but they should have stayed in the late 90s early 2000s and moved on to expanding their sound to make it more ambitious and inspirational rather than the opposite. This is the reason why so many boomers young and old criticize modern music as a whole because of corporatize noise like that from people that are talentless that only have their voice to go along but that's now A Lost art thanks to auto-tune for killing the crooning singer/pop diva by making them sound like a soulless robot. If the industry and those high in record executives want to know why their industry is in the tank they not only have themselves to blame but they're greed foremost.
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With all the melody combinations being already used, and really not-so-fresh or clever arrangements, it is hard to sustain enthusiasm for music. Of course for new generations it's still a new experience and they want their own piece of the pie, but unfortunately, unlike 80's and 90's music repeats itself in a dull and uninteresting way. I suppose Max and the gang who I respect for their work, with their rules that got them rich unfortunately killed the curiosity and creativity of the pop music industry. I suppose once everyone discovers that those rules don't work anymore we will see a new creativity era, hopefully. But the drawback of creativity is that you cannot be a new Max one-key-unlocks-all-doors master. You can have a limited stride of hits and move on to make place for the next hitmaker, as we always had in music history. A Cheiron saga was nice but it's over, and probably won't be repeated in a long time.
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She is a hard working woman for sure! She would be successful as she was/is if she wasn't working hard...
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Do you have any of the No Strings Attached Instrumentals? I have a few but would love It Makes Me Ill, Just Got Paid, That's When I'll Stop Loving You, and a few more.
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I'd like to remember some producer's interview claiming Britney was runing and hiding away from the studio while she was working with Max on Not A Girl.
And this was 2000/2001. She become lazy and stopped working with Max Martin. She came back working with him forced by the conservatorship.

I can tell you exactly the opposite on Felicia Culotta's words on framing Britney Spears documentary as she said that Britney was a hard working woman during her whole career.
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She got the patience to work with Mattman & Robin and Oscar Görres and they come from a similar place, maybe the problem was Shellback, who knows.
Also I'll take with a grain of salt every single thing she said during her conservatorship

I think it sounds promising, I hope it's real.

I'd like to remember some producer's interview claiming Britney was runing and hiding away from the studio while she was working with Max on Not A Girl.
And this was 2000/2001. She become lazy and stopped working with Max Martin. She came back working with him forced by the conservatorship.
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I doubt it's real. Britney said more than once that she don't wants to work anymore...
Max is a perfectionist as she said so I don't think she got the patience to work with him.

She got the patience to work with Mattman & Robin and Oscar Görres and they come from a similar place, maybe the problem was Shellback, who knows.
Also I'll take with a grain of salt every single thing she said during her conservatorship

I think it sounds promising, I hope it's real.
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I doubt it's real. Britney said more than once that she don't wants to work anymore...
Max is a perfectionist as she said so I don't think she got the patience to work with him.
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Great, the collab we don't need right now. This isn't going to be a #1 hit since Max himself oversaturated the pop music market with his so called "hit formula" to the point nothing he makes now has staying power (The last two years were because of Covid) & just needs to hang it up, retired, so that way pop music has a devil of a chance to recover to pre 90s enjoyable.
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https://twitter.com/britneycharts/status/1595220144044883971?s=21

Rumored to be included on the upcoming soundtrack for Abel’s HBO show “The Idol”

A collab with Max and Oscar. This sounds promising!!
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