Newsweek reports industry watchers are predicting that Britney Spears’ forthcoming album, which the singer has described as “very moody,” could fare far worse on the charts than both 2000’s ‘Oops! I Did It Again,’ which sold 9.1 million copies, and her 2001 follow-up, ‘Britney,’ which sold less than half that. “Maybe her newness has worn out,” said Greg Mize, spokesman for Handleman Co., which distributes music to more than 2,700 Wal-Mart and Kmart stores. “I suppose it depends on how you measure success. There’s still excitement around her.”
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