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Nine Classic Britney Spears Titles On Vinyl From Jive Records/Legacy Recordings

Eight Unforgettable Albums and One Classic Compilation Newly Pressed on LP and Available Everywhere March 31

Jive Records/Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, today announce the reissue of nine vinyl titles from international pop icon Britney Spears’ best-selling discography.

Britney’s first eight studio albums – …Baby One More Time (1998), Oops!…I Did It Again (2000), Britney (2001), In the Zone (2003), Blackout (2007), Circus (2008), Femme Fatale (2011) and Britney Jean (2013) will all be repressed on LP alongside the 2004 collection Greatest Hits: My Prerogative (2004). Each title will be available in stores everywhere March 31.

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Taken together, these albums represent a seismic shift in pop music from the end of one millennium to the start of another. Britney’s cutting-edge pop collaborations and ever-evolving musical style have made her a cultural icon whose every move has influenced generations. In total, all of these albums peaked within the Top 5 of the Billboard 200 – with five of them reaching No. 1 – and have been certified more than 34x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. They also boast a total of 20 singles that reached the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100.

After gaining attention as a cast member on the revived Mickey Mouse Club in 1993 (where she appeared alongside Christina Aguilera, *NSYNC’s Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez and actor Ryan Gosling), Britney’s …Baby One More Time helped usher in a new wave of sleek, danceable pop music for MTV’s TRL generation. In 2020, Rolling Stone hailed the title track – a No. 1 smash in 10 countries – as the best debut single of all time. “One of those pop manifestos that announces a new sound, a new era, a new century,” Rob Sheffield wrote in the feature. “This girl changed the sound of pop forever.”

Britney was an unstoppable force as the ‘90s ended and the 2000s began. Oops!…I Did It Again followed the gilt-edged pop of its predecessor with more hits like “Lucky,” “Stronger” and the title track. With third album Britney, Spears took things in a grittier, R&B-influenced direction, including collaborations with celebrated producers The Neptunes (“I’m a Slave 4 U,” “Boys”) and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (an edgy cover of Joan Jett and The Blackhearts’ “I Love Rock & Roll,” as featured in her 2002 film debut Crossroads).

With In the Zone, Britney continued to enhance her reputation as a reliable hitmaker, collaborating with Madonna on “Me Against the Music” and winning a Grammy Award for the beloved dance hit “Toxic.” After taking a short break with 2004’s Greatest Hits: My Prerogative – offering 14 singles and three new tracks including a cover of the Bobby Brown hit that gave the album its name – Britney made one of her biggest splashes with 2007’s Blackout, an album of electronic dance tracks that consistently ranks among fans and critics as her greatest.

Follow-up Circus, released only 13 months after Blackout, featured some of the biggest hits of Spears’ career, including “Womanizer” – her first No. 1 hit since “…Baby One More Time” and the pulsating title track. 2011’s Femme Fatale fared even better, offering another chart-topper in “Hold It Against Me” and the dancefloor classics “Till the World Ends” and “I Wanna Go.” Spears described 2013’s Britney Jean as her most personal release to date, with every track co-written by the singer. It featured another dance-pop hit, the enduring “Work Bitch.”


Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning pop icon Britney Spears is one of the most successful and celebrated entertainers in pop history with nearly 150 million records worldwide. In the U.S. alone, she has sold more than 70 million albums, singles and songs, according to Nielsen Music. Born in Mississippi and raised in Louisiana, Spears became a household name as a teenager when she released her first single “…Baby One More Time,” a Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 smash and international hit that broke sales records with more than 20 million copies sold worldwide and is currently 14x Platinum in the U.S. 

Debuting at #1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, “Hold Me Closer” finds Elton John and Britney Spears, two of the most iconic artists of all time come together for the first time ever on record. The song topped the charts providing Britney’s first in almost ten years and the record has also climbed to #1 in Australia and Canada, #3 in the UK, and most notably #1 on iTunes in over 40 countries worldwide upon release. The song, produced by Andrew Watt, is a refreshing contemporary twist on one of Elton John’s most iconic hits, “Tiny Dancer,” which also features elements of other classic songs from his legendary catalog including, “The One,” and “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.”

Her musical career boasts countless awards and accolades, including seven Billboard Music Awards and Billboard’s Millennium Award, which recognizes outstanding career achievements and influence in the music industry as well as an American Music Award and the 2011 MTV Video Vanguard Award. So far, Spears has earned a total of six No.1-debuting albums on the Billboard 200 chart and 34 top 40 hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100 — four of which went to No. 1. Spears has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards and won for Best Dance Recording in 2005.

Not only has Britney’s music touched the lives of millions, but she has also used her global platform and voice to support the LGBTQ+ community, from the Dream Act to anti-transgender bills in Texas. As a longtime ally of the community, she most recently received GLAAD’s 2018 Vanguard Award, which is presented to media professionals who have made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance of LGBTQ+ people.

After her cutting-edge pop concert Las Vegas residency, “Britney: Piece of Me,” at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino ended in December 2017, Spears took her show on the road with a “Piece of Me” global tour in summer 2018. Britney has been creating fragrances for over fifteen years, and her scents are available in over 85 countries around the world.