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12 minutes ago, 3isacharm said:

I really hope Team Britney plays their cards well and release an amazing box set with all her albums and bonus tracks included

or a special re-issue of ...Baby One More Time

They seriously need to copy Rihanna and do a vinyl boxset with fun extras. I know she doesn't love being a pop star as much as she used to but I think the 20th anniversary will mean something to her as well. New album release at the same time too please! 

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1 hour ago, prettylittleliar_2214 said:

They seriously need to copy Rihanna and do a vinyl boxset with fun extras. I know she doesn't love being a pop star as much as she used to but I think the 20th anniversary will mean something to her as well. New album release at the same time too please! 

i still think the Urban Outfitter release of the BOMT vinyl was odd and random timing but I'll get what I can get

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