If only we could just talk about "Womanizer." Britney Spears started jacking European electroclash somewhere around 2003's "Toxic," but she's never made a truer distillation of synthy folktronica than this four-minute slice of pure guilty pleasure: From the initial pitch-modulation alarm to the stuttering Rihanna-worthy hook to the futuristically cold and percussive piston effects that surround her, "Womanizer" is a 2046 strip-club classic come calling a few decades early. Until now, we'd barely heard anything from Brit to justify the endless, endless voyeurism of her 27-year-old life and times, though all eras inevitably get the pop... More >>>