Christina Aguilera - Stripped
NME.COM feature on Christina Aguilera - Stripped album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Teen-pop princess turns R&B siren
It looks like a Mariah Carey album, it sounds like a Mariah Carey album. Bloody hell, it is a Mariah Carey album. More specifically Christina Aguilera 's premature mature album sounds like the hip-hop infused 'Rainbow' which famously bought Mariah clubland credibility at the expense of her sanity. Ambulance chasers will have a field day picking through...
- Nov 22, 2002
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Stripped Intro
- Can't Hold Us Down (featuring Lil' Kim)
- Walk Away
- Primer Amor Interlude
- Loves Embrace Interlude
- Loving Me 4 Me
- Make Over
- Get Mine, Get Yours
- Stripped Pt. 2
- The Voice Within
- I'm OK
- Keep On Singin' My Song
- Can't Hold Us Down
- Primer Amor (Interlude)
- Loves Embrace (interlude)
- Stripped, Part 2
- I Will Be
Usurped by Gaga, Xtina hits back with a host of lavish help, shonky tricks and limited thrills
- Jun 7, 2010
...a whopping £17 for three songs...
- Mar 2, 2003
- Mar 1, 2003
The singer also lashes out at bloggers in 'Buttfuck wherever'
Singer's legal representative insist she's a "wonderful mother" after picture of her son with a black eye appears online
Singer says she had 'to be myself'
Christina Aguilera - Stripped: Wikipedia Album Entry
Stripped is the second English studio album by Christina Aguilera, released in October 2002. It reached the top 2 of the album charts in both the United States and United Kingdom and features two UK number-one hits which are "Dirrty" and "Beautiful".
With this album, Aguilera took creative control over a project for the first time, being influenced by many different subjects and music styles, including rhythm and blues, gospel, soul, pop rock, and hip-hop. She was involved in the production of the record, which was mainly produced by Scott Storch and Linda Perry. During the promotion of the album, Aguilera's public appearance had been criticized heavily, due to her sexual videos and revealing outfits.
She had four nominations for the Grammy Awards in the categories Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Dirrty" and "Can't Hold Us Down", Best Pop Vocal Album, Song of the Year ("Beautiful") and won the category of Best Female Pop Vocal Performance ("Beautiful"). The album has sold more than 10 million records worldwide.
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