Oops!... I Did It Again
|"Oops!... I Did It Again"|
|Single by Britney Spears|
|from the album Oops!... I Did It Again|
|B-side||"Deep in My Heart"|
|Released||March 27, 2000|
|Genre||Teen pop, dance-pop|
|Writer(s)||Max Martin, Rami Yacoub|
|Producer||Max Martin, Rami|
|Britney Spears singles chronology|
"Oops!... I Did It Again" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears, from her second studio album Oops!... I Did It Again. It was released on March 27, 2000 by Jive Records as the lead single of the album. Written and produced by Max Martin and Rami Yacoub, "Oops!... I Did It Again" is a teen pop song. Its lyrics speak of a girl who sees love as a game and plays with her lover's emotions; its bridge features a dialogue that makes reference to the James Cameron movie Titanic (1997).
"Oops!... I Did It Again" was a commercial success, peaking atop the charts in eleven countries and in the top five in six others; its lowest chart position was number nine in the United States' Billboard Hot 100. The song was met with a positive response from music critics, who drew comparisons to Spears's debut single "...Baby One More Time". It has received nine certifications, from gold to multi-platinum in several countries. The song's accompanying music video was directed by Nigel Dick. It portrays Spears on Mars, addressing an astronaut who has fallen in love with her. The red-latex catsuit she had requested was considered too sexy at the time.
Spears performed the song several times on live television, and has performed the song on three world tours, including Oops!... I Did It Again World Tour, Dream Within a Dream Tour, and The Onyx Hotel Tour, in which it was reworked with elements of jazz and blues. In 2001, "Oops!... I Did It Again" was nominated for the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 43rd Grammy Awards, but lost to Macy Gray's "I Try" (2000). It was also nominated for "Favorite Song" at the 2001 Kids' Choice Awards, while the music video received three nominations at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards. The song is recognized as one of Spears' signature songs.
The song was written and produced by Max Martin and Rami Yacoub. In November 1999, Spears recorded main vocals at Cheiron Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, while background vocals were provided by Nana Hedin and Martin; the latter mixed the song at Cheiron Studios. "Oops!... I Did It Again" was officially sent to radio stations on March 27, 2000.
A 20 second sample of the song's chorus, features Spears singing she played with her lover's emotions, and claiming "I'm not that innocent".
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"Oops!... I Did It Again" is a teen pop and dance-pop song that lasts for three minutes and 32 seconds. According to Jocelyn Vena of MTV, the song's lyrics "reflected Spears' evolution from naughty schoolgirl to intergalactic sex kitten." The song is composed in the key of C-sharp minor and is set in time signature of common time, with a moderate tempo of 94 beats per minute. The song's vocal range spans from C♯3 to C♯5. A review of Billboard noticed the song's similarity in sound to that of Spears' debut single "...Baby One More Time", while noting that the beat sounded similar to the remix of "(You Drive Me) Crazy". "Oops!... I Did It Again has a basic sequence of C♯m–A-G♯ as its chord progression. The song's bridge features a dialogue that makes reference to James Cameron movie Titanic (1997) "But wait a minute isn't this? Yeah, yes it is. But I thought the old lady dropped it into the ocean at the end? Well Baby I went down and got it for you. Aw, you shouldn't have".
Critical reception 
"Oops!... I Did It Again" received positive reviews from music critics. A review of Billboard commented the track as "a solid pop song that should add further heat to this superstar's red-hot career." Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone compared the track musically to Barbra Streisand's "Woman In Love" and lyrically to The Smiths' "I Started Something I Couldn't Finish", and stated that "that brutal growl is all Britney, articulating a violently ambivalent sexual confusion her audience can relate to, kicking and screaming for the right to figure out her desires before the world decides for her". NME compared the structure of the recording to Michael Jackson's 80s riffs, and called the track "essentially a harder, carbon copy of "...Baby One More Time", but easily as good as her breakthrough single". Andy Battaglia from online magazine Salon said that "as a don't-go-there anthem from teenie pop's most forbidden fruit, the song makes for a sweetly sadistic companion piece to the masochism lite lurking beneath her debut, "... Baby One More Time"." Bill Lamb from About.com listed the song at number six on Spears' Top 10 Songs, saying: "Oops!..I Did It Again" is catchy, a triumphant return to formula, and deliriously witty. The spoken word allusions to the Titanic near the end of the song cap a triumphant second act for Britney".
In 2001, "Oops!... I Did It Again" received a nomination from the 43rd Grammy Awards on the category of Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, but lost to Macy Gray's "I Try" (2000). The song was also nominated in the category of "Favorite Song" at the 2001 Kids' Choice Awards.
Commercial performance 
"Oops!... I Did It Again" peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 on the week ending June 17, 2000, becoming Spears's third top ten single. However, Jive Records considered its sales to be a disappointment in the U.S., largely due to its release as an airplay single rather than the traditional CD single. Nonetheless, the song was the album's highest-peaking single on the chart. It reached number eight on the Hot 100 Airplay list, peaked atop the Pop Songs chart, and made into the top ten on the Rhythmic Top 40 and Top 40 Tracks charts. As of June 2012, "Oops!... I Did It Again" has sold 57,000 physical copies and 465,000 paid digital downloads according to Nielsen Soundscan.
Internationally, "Oops!" peaked within the top five in all European countries, including France, where it was certified gold for shipments of over 250,000 copies in both nations by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique and Germany, where it was also certified Gold the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. "Oops!… I Did It Again" topped the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles for six consecutive weeks, and became Spears' third number one single in the United Kingdom, being certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 423,000 units. "Oops!... I Did It Again" debuted at number one in the Australian Singles Charts and got a Platinum certification by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments of 70,000. In New Zealand, "Oops!… I Did It Again" debuted at number 39 on the week of May 21, 2000, and ascended to the top spot two weeks later on June 4, 2000. It stayed there for a week. After selling over 15,000 units, the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand certified it Platinum. It spent 18 weeks on the chart.
Music video 
The music video for "Oops!... I Did It Again was directed by Nigel Dick on March 17–18, 2000 at Universal City, California, while the choreography was created by Tina Landon. The music video's storyline was Spears' idea, who wanted to be portrayed "dancing on [planet] Mars," and also requested to wear a tight-fitting, more provocative, red-latex catsuit. The overall production cost of the video was total of $750,000, now worth over $1,000,000 by inflation, placing it in some of the most expensive music videos ever made. During the music video recording, a camera fell on Spears' head during the shoot. Spears' mother, Lynne, speculated that her daughter probably had a concussion, saying that, after she was hit, she began bleeding from the head. A doctor was called to the set, and Spears received four stitches. However, after only four hours of resting, the singer returned to work on the music video. The music video debuted on MTV's Making the Video on April 10, 2000, while reaching the top spot on Total Request Live two days later. Later, the music video received three nominations in the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards, including the Best Female Video, Best Pop Video and Viewer's Choice categories.
The music video starts with a brief scene of an astronaut on Mars finding a stone slate with the cover of Oops!... I Did It Again. A scientist, back on Earth, sees it through the video transmitter and says, "Cute. What is it?" The astronaut replies, "Oh, it's cute alright. It couldn't be..." Shortly after, the ground begins to shake and Spears appears on a stage wearing a red-latex jumpsuit as the music begins. She begins to sing and dance, while she suspends the astronaut in mid-air above her. During the bridge section of the song, Spears does a flip through the air to where the astronaut is and appears in a white jacket, short black leather skirt, and matching leather boots. The astronaut then gives the "Heart of the Ocean," the jeweled necklace from the 1997 film Titanic, to Spears, as a symbol of his love for her. She wonders where he found it, saying, "But I thought the old lady dropped it into the ocean in the end," to which he replies, "Well, baby, I went down and got it for you." However, she shows no acts of affection towards him, by just saying, "Oh, you shouldn't have." The heartbroken astronaut shrugs and walks off. The dance continues, and, at one point, the astronaut is seen moonwalking. The command center on earth moves to the music coming through on the transmission from Mars. The video also features clips of Spears in a short white top and skirt, lying barefoot on a white pad with dancers on the ground around her.
Live performances 
On September 7 at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards in New York City at the Radio City Music Hall, Spears gave a memorable live performance, which included a remake of The Rolling Stones's 1965 hit single "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and her own hit "Oops!... I Did It Again", released earlier that year. While she began her segment in a black suit, she shocked the audience and the media while, at only the age of eighteen, ripped it off to display a revealing, flesh-colored stage outfit with hundreds of strategically placed Swarovski crystals. Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, saying, "This is the Britney Spears we choose to remember--the pre-breakdown pop tart, then just 19 years old, writhing and shaking her moneymaker in nude-colored rhinestone spandex to a mash-up of "Satisfaction" and "Oops!… I Did It Again." Pure kitsch bliss."
Spears also performed the song on several television appearances. She performed on The Rosie O'Donnell Show on May 12, NBC's Saturday Night Live on May 13, MTV's Times Square Studios for a two-hour concert called "Britney Live" on May 14, "Total Request Live" on May 16, Nickelodeon's variety show All That on May 20 and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on May 23. A FOX special titled "Britney In Hawaii", aired on June 8, 2000, included an exclusive performance of the song. After signing a deal with McDonald's, Spears and the boyband 'NSYNC [sic] recorded an exclusive commercial for the company, which included the singer making a surprise performance of "Oops!... I Did It Again" in a franchise located on Surrey, British Columbia, while lip-synching to the song's lyrics.
Spears performed the track on three world tours. On 2000s Oops!... I Did It Again World Tour, the song was the show's encore, and included pyrotechnics and other special effects during the performance, which Spears wore a black two piece jumpsuit with orange flames on it. The song ended with the singer disappearing through a tunnel of fire. On 2001s Dream Within a Dream Tour, the song was used as the opening act of the show, while on 2004s The Onyx Hotel Tour, "Oops!... I Did It Again" was part of the "Mystic Lounge" act. The song was reworked with elements of jazz and blues for the tour, and was performed by Spears with a vintage microphone, while she was joined by her background singers.
Cover versions and influence 
"Oops!... I Did It Again" has been covered by several artists. German singer Max Raabe recorded a cabaret version of the song with Palast Orchester, for their album Super Hits (2001). American punk rock band Zebrahead and Finnish death metal band Children of Bodom also recorded covers of the song for their albums, while artist Rochelle released through Almighty Records an eurodance hi-NRG cover version. Irish pop rap duo Jedward performed the song live on The X Factor in 2009. In 2005, comedy website Super Master Piece released a version of the song titled "Oops I Did It Again!: The Original". Their version was supposedly an original recording done by Louis Armstrong on April 1932 in Chicago, Illinois. However, it was actually recorded by Shek Baker, after the real song's release. Richard Thompson also covered "Oops!… I Did It Again" in a medieval-style on his album 1000 Years of Popular Music, "Oops!... I Did It Again" has been parodied under the title "Oops! I Farted Again" by Bob Rivers,. A cover version has been featured in four video games, including Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix, Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2, Just Dance 4 and Karaoke Revolution Volume 3. While the original version appeared as DLC for Singstar and for Britney's own video game Britney's Dance Beat. "Oops!... I Did It Again" was also featured on several television shows, including American sitcom Will & Grace, and in the pilot episode of satirical sitcom Neighbors from Hell titled "Snorfindesdrillsalgoho". In the 2010 American series Glee episode "Britney/Brittany", the character of Brittany Pierce, which is played by Heather Morris, danced in a red-latex catsuit during a cover of "I'm a Slave 4 U". The song was later featured in Spears second Glee (TV Series) tribute title 'Britney 2.0' which is covered by Lea Michele, in a version widely different to the original. The song was covered by the American pop band Selena Gomez & the Scene for their 2011 We Own the Night Tour.
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Credits and personnel 
Charts and certifications 
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