"Baby One More Time" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. BABY ONE MORE TIME is an Enhanced CD containing a full audio program as well as multimedia computer files. Personnel: Britney Spears (vocals); Mickie Bassie (vocals, keyboards, bass); Don Philip (vocals); Esbjorn Ohrwall, Dan Petty (acoustic & electric guitars); Eric Foster White (guitar, keyboards, bass, drum programming); Johan Carlberg, Andrew McIntyre (guitar); Max Martin (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Per Magnusson, David Kreuger, Kristian Lundin (keyboards, programming); Doug Petty (keyboards); Tomas Lindberg, Andy Hess (bass); Jimmy Bradlower (drum programming); Nana Hedin, Jeanette Soderholm, Anders Von Hoffsten, Andreas Carlson, Aleese Simmons, Andrew Fromm, Nikki Gregoroff (background vocals). Producers include: Eric Foster White, Kristian Lundian, Per Magnusson, David Kreuger, Max Martin. Engineers include: Max Martin, Eric Foster White, Chris Trevett. Recorded at Cheiron Studios, Stockholm, Sweden; 4MW East and Battery Studios, New York, New York. "Baby One More Time" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Britney Spears takes her rightful place among bubble gum pop icons at the turn of the millennium with BABY ONE MORE TIME. Earlier known for her part in Disney's revamped "Mickey Mouse Club," Britney successfully turned singer at a mere 16 years of age. She navigates the choppy waters of young love with style, passion and lots of fun. She's got all the charm of '80s forebears like Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, coupled with a hip '90s edge. With sweet nylon guitar work reminiscent of Richard Marx productions, "Sometimes" warns a potential love of her need for time and patience, rolling along nicely with a slow groove and a big beat. The Jets' gem "You've Got It All" shines brightly as ever with Britney's girlish allure. Take note, however, that Britney's not all bubbles--with an obvious influence from Mariah Carey, she glides quite ably through the key changes and delivers octave leaps and vibratos that should melt just about any heart, young or old.