Listen To The Finished Version Of "To Love Let Go"

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One of the songs that leaked with the rest of the “Blackout” demos has been uploaded in its finished form to the producer’s MySpace profile.

It’s not much different to the demo, but the vocals have been polished up.  It was recorded during the “Blackout” sessions, but was obviously rejected once they decided to go with an upbeat album.

The official title is “To Love Let Go”, and was written by Britney, Devo Springsteen and Tom Craskey, according to the official song registering service, BMI Repetoire.

Listen here. 

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Comments (16)

  • Jr

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    its so good i’ve never heard britney like this before…really good =)

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  • tom

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    different…. Why does her voice sound so different than from when she first started I just wondered ?

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  • Danny

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    as in why is it different from the demo version? or why is it different than when she was younger?

    its different from the demo cus her voice has been processed with autotune

    its different than when she was younger cus she had to train to get a ‘commercial’ voice… which is her tradeback breathy vocals

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  • Britneyfan007

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    This song seriously sux………….thank god they dint put this song in the album…..her voice is very maleish in this song ……..puhleeze………….they can atleast include state of grace in the new version of the blackout album n it wudhv been better if she had promoted the album instead of sleeping with papparazis

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  • Britneyfan007

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    sucha boring song wat the hell was she thinking …………..is she tryin to imitate christina aguilera………….it doesnt suit her at all……when she tries to imitate christina it sounds like sumthins stuck in her throat…..

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  • addie

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    shes just experimenting wit her vocals duhhhh………gosh!!

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  • kaytlyn

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    i think her voice sounds amazing here! this is her “true voice” what everyones been going on about – not the weak vocals her label trained her to sing in and she’s constantly criticized for!!! i think this is what she wants to do! she kinda suits a jazzy sound and it showcases her songwriting abilities aswell! the lyrics are really deep and personal and you can hear emotion in her voice!!

    i think this is the way forward for her!

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  • ***MIMI***

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    She sounds likw when she 1st started. when she would sing 4rm her throat if n-e body kno’s wut i mean. I kinda like da song. The lyrics where good, but i dont think 4 a slow song

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  • Aggie

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    I really like it… dang, I wish it was on the album… would’ve been great as a last track. A nice slow song would’ve done the album good!

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  • Canwen

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    Damn it.
    I hope this dull song won’t be in the “Blackout Deluxe Edition”.
    “Blackout Deluxe Edition” should have 4 new dance tracks ….

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  • Danny

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    i dont know why people assume its going to be on the rerelease… the song doesnt fit the theme of blackout at all, so it 100% wont be on it

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  • Matthew J Richards

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    I love britney singing balads. It makes me think if the did use auto tune on this track, or maybe they just recorded over the slightly off key vocals, and mixed different ones together. I do notice that, you know in the middle of the song on the demo version, you hear Britney turn over a sheet of paper, and you can still here it slightly in thie one 🙂 I was listening to Oops album earlier, and listening to ‘where are you now’, and thinking, will she ever sing like this again. I hope she does, This song ‘love and let go’ has a place, it all has a certain place,

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  • Canwen

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    in fact, i doubt that this song will be on “Blackout Deluxe Edition”.
    If the song was real included, no one was allowed to upload it to the Internet as Jive would sue him/her.

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  • Kathy

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    I do agree with Canwen.

    In fact, new dance tracks should be included instead of such borin’ slow songs

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  • Sheena

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    sounds awesome, can’t wait!!!!!!!!!!

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  • josh

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    i like this song! Yes it is alittle repetative and alittle like a christina aguliera do out but its still good. If she gets more practice and traing with the vaoice she used hear, it would sound very very good. I should know, im a voice trainer!

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