Released on October 25, 2007, Britney Spears' fifth studio album came at a time that saw the pop icon's career and personal life spiraling into oblivion. Luckily - these factors had no negative effects on the music itself, which is what we are here to discuss. Blackout remains, to this day, a fan favorite, heralded by many as Britney's greatest artistic accomplishment thus far. Inspiring electronic pop trends for years (decades?) to come, Blackout features chilling synths and warped vocals over delectable beats. And now, 10 years after its initial release, GagaDaily will rate the songs from weakest to strongest, in the twelfth and final Megarate conducted by yours truly, @that juju.
G U I D E L I N E S
Title the PM #Blackout
 Rate each song between 1 and 10.
You're allowed one score of an 11 for your favorite track.
Scores of 0 aren't permitted, nor are multiple scores of 1s or 2s (limited to two of each).
 Comments are welcome, but not mandatory!
 Please refrain from trolling!
 Be respectful of other's opinions in the thread, and be mindful!
 Submissions for#Blackout will end 1/18.
Ceremony will be determined at a later date.
 HAVE FUN AND GET MESSY.
T R A C K L I S T I N G
1. Gimme More
2. Piece of Me
4. Break the Ice
5. Heaven on Earth
6. Get Naked (I Got a Plan)
8. Toy Soldier
9. Hot As Ice
10. Ooh Ooh Baby
11. Perfect Lover
12. Why Should I Be Sad
*No bonus tracks this time - just the iconic standard edition*
T A G L I S T
B - A R M Y