Just when we thought that she had enough of remixing her singles to smash records, Katy Perry announces the re-release of “Teenage Dream”. If you think that Katy will have a chance of beating Michael Jackson’s record of five #1 singles from an album then be prepare to be disappointed.
“Teenage Sream: The Complete Confection” will feature three new songs, the remixes, and the original album and will be released March 27. Too bad the album will not continue her domination of a streak of #1 singles, as reported by Billboard.
All of this in one package. Yay! *rolls eyes*
"Confection" will include the Kanye West-assisted version of Perry's single "E.T.", the remix of "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" featuring Missy Elliott, a Jon Brion-produced acoustic version of "The One That Got Away" (I’m still trying to get over that B.O.B.-assisted remix) and a 7-minute Tommie Sunshine mega-mix of the album's six singles. The three new songs have not been announced yet, although tracks, "Dressing Up" and "Part of Me",leaked online but was hastily removed.
"This is the complete story of 'Teenage Dream,'" says Perry in a press release. "It was an incredible honor to tie the King of Pop's Billboard Hot 100 record, but I'm moving forward and had a few things left to get off my chest. So this is the complete special edition of my album for my fans."
Katy, I just want your “21”. Christina Aguilera is currently busy with hers so I suggest you forget about this era and impress even more next time.