Christina Aguilera (album)

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Christina Aguilera
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ReleasedAugust 24, 1999 (1999-08-24)
Recorded1998–1999
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Length46:27
Label RCA
Producer
Christina Aguilera chronology
Christina Aguilera
(1999)
Mi Reflejo
(2000)
Singles from Christina Aguilera
  1. "Genie in a Bottle"
    Released: June 1, 1999
  2. "What a Girl Wants"
    Released: November 28, 1999
  3. "I Turn to You"
    Released: March 28, 2000
  4. "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)"
    Released: July 11, 2000

Christina Aguilera is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on August 24, 1999, by RCA Records. After recording "Reflection", the theme song for Mulan , RCA laid the foundation for the album immediately and started presenting Aguilera with tracks for her debut album, which they later decided would have a January 1999 release. Its music incorporates dance-pop and teen pop genres, with a few songs featuring strong elements from soul and R&B. Contributions to the album's production came from a wide range of producers, including David Frank, Ron Fair, Guy Roche, Robin Thicke, Diane Warren, Matthew Wilder, and Aaron Zigman.

Contents

Christina Aguilera received positive reviews, with critics praising Aguilera's vocal performance, technique and comparisons towards Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. [1] [2] The album earned Aguilera the Grammy Award for Best New Artist at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 253,000 copies. Christina Aguilera was certified eight-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and has sold more than 9 million copies in the US. It remains Aguilera's best-selling album with sales of over 14 million copies worldwide. [3]

The album was promoted by four singles. "Genie in a Bottle" was released as the lead single from the project and peaked atop the charts of twenty one nations, including the US Billboard Hot 100. Two subsequent singles additionally topped the chart "What a Girl Wants" and "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" with "I Turn to You" reaching top-three on the Hot 100. She also performed on several television shows and award ceremonies. Furthermore in 2000, Aguilera embarked on her debut headlining concert tour Christina Aguilera in Concert.

Background

Christina Aguilera approached record label RCA Records, then having financial difficulties, and was told to contact Disney. [4] After being given the opportunity to record the theme to the 1998 film Mulan named "Reflection" it was reported she had gained a record deal with RCA with Aguilera saying "I landed a record deal simultaneously as I landed the Mulan soundtrack. I had just turned seventeen years old, and during the same week, I just landed both. I recorded the Mulan soundtrack first and then a few months later I was out in L.A. recording the record for about six months". [5] When asked about the song and Aguilera, RCA executive Ron Fair commented,

"She is a badass genius of singing. She was put on this earth to sing, and I've worked with a lot of singers.... When Aguilera met with us, she didn't care that she was auditioning for a record deal; she got into a performance zone that you see in artist much more mature than she is." [6]

After she was asked to hit a musical note required for "Reflection", she thought that the song could be the gateway into an album deal. Aguilera spent hours recording a cover of Whitney Houston's "Run to You", which included the note she was asked to hit. [4] After successfully hitting the note, which she called "the note that changed my life", she was given the opportunity to record the song. To record the song, she flew to Los Angeles for roughly a week. [1] Despite growing increasingly exhausted during the recording sessions, when she heard that a 90-piece orchestra would be arriving to record the instrumental she begged to stay and witness the event. She later called the experience "amazing". [1] Due to the success around the recording of "Reflection", RCA wished for Aguilera to record and release an album by September 1998 to maintain the "hype" surrounding her at that time. [1] The label laid the foundation for the album immediately and started presenting Aguilera with tracks for her debut album, which they later decided would have a January 1999 release. [1] [7] Reflection" was written and produced by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel, whom later co-wrote with Christina Aguilera "We're a Miracle".

Recording and production

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Shelly Peiken (left), co-wrote the hit "What a Girl Wants" and the single version of "Come on Over", while Diane Warren (right) wrote "I Turn to You", a cover of the All-4-One song, which became a hit in Aguilera's voice, and "Somebody's Somebody".

Christina Aguilera was recorded between 1998 and 1999, with Ron Fair serving as the album's executive producer. The label reportedly spent $1 million on writers, producers and voice lessons. [8] According to Fair, "She was very much a raw talent, so building a collection of songs that would become her first album was a time-consuming process. We wanted to find the ones that could knock the door down and put her up there." [8] The album was built around pop songs, which was against Aguilera's will, since she wanted a more R&B album. She further explained during an interview for The Washington Post : "I was held back a lot from doing more R&B ad-libbing. They clearly wanted to make a fresh-sounding young pop record and that's not always the direction I wanted to go in. Sometimes they didn't get it, didn't want to hear me out because of my age, and that was a little bit frustrating. Since all the success, it's a little easier to get my opinions across." [8]

According to the producers, Aguilera was heavily inspired by American singer Mariah Carey (pictured) while recording the album. Mariah Carey13 Edwards Dec 1998.jpg
According to the producers, Aguilera was heavily inspired by American singer Mariah Carey (pictured) while recording the album.

One of the first producers of the album was Guy Roche, who produced two tracks ("What a Girl Wants" and "I Turn to You") and co-wrote one of them ("What a Girl Wants"), along with Shelly Peiken. "What a Girl Wants" was later re-recorded for its single release, replacing the "lighter" version for a more "funky" R&B version. Peiken also re-wrote with Roche the single version for the track "Come on Over", first produced by Johan Aberg, Paul Rein and Aaron Zigman. [9] According to herself, "We're going to give it more of an edge, R&B it up a little, maybe rock it out a little, give it a lot of different new directions and get it out there." [10] Peiken co-wrote "Don't Make Me Love You", "Too Beautiful for Words", and "Dreamy Eyes", but those songs—though recorded—were scrapped, as the album only had space for twelve tracks. [11]

Aguilera also recorded a cover of All-4-One's song "I Turn to You", written by Diane Warren who also wrote "Somebody's Somebody". Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers (who would eventually break into the scene as the producers who launched Rihanna's career) wrote and produced two tracks ("Love for All Seasons" and "Love Will Find a Way") Travon Potts & Brock Walsh wrote and produced "Blessed", while the then up-and-coming Robin Thicke co-wrote and co-produced "When You Put Your Hands on Me". Franne Golde (who previously worked with Whitney Houston) also wrote a song for Aguilera titled "So Emotional" which was originally written for Selena's album, but unfortunately she died at the age of 23. The track's producer, Ron Harris, revealed that Aguilera in-between recordings "was only listening to Mariah Carey and Brandy, putting on her walk man and practicing their riffs and runs, before she did her ad-libs. [12] At the final stages, producer and songwriter David Frank presented a song called "Genie in a Bottle", [13] which Aguilera almost didn't record, "because there were a lot of other artists out there that were after this song, so we had to fight a little bit to get it," she claimed. [14] With Heather Holley, Aguilera also co-wrote along with producers Heather Holley and Rob Hoffman a track called "I Will Be", which she said was inspired by Mariah Carey's "Vanishing". [15] The duo also wrote and produced the album's final track "Obvious", and "I Come Undone", which was ultimately not officially released.

Composition

Christina Aguilera is a dance-pop and teen pop album; [16] it mainly consists of teen pop songs. [17] Beth Johnson of Entertainment Weekly compared the album's musical styles to those of Tiffany and Whitney Houston. [18] The record opens with "Genie in a Bottle", which uses sexual references to talk about self-respect. [19] Billboard editor Kenneth Partridge wrote that the song features "32nd-note bass-drum pattern that mimics the heart palpitations of a teenager in lust." [20] "What a Girl Wants" is a hybrid of teen pop and R&B which lyrically "[reveals] an independent, strong woman who knows what she wants from a relationship, both sexually and emotionally." [21] [22] The cover version of All-4-One's ballad "I Turn to You" is a soul-influenced track. [20] On the song, Aguilera thanks someone for their "faith, strength, support, commitment and tenderness." [23]

"So Emotional", "Love for All Seasons" and "Somebody's Somebody" incorporate strong elements of R&B and soul. [22] "So Emotional" is a midtempo gospel-inspired number talking about a man who has got Aguilera "on the ropes." [20] [24] "Love for All Seasons" is a pop track which is musically similar to Carey's "Always Be My Baby" (1996), while "Somebody's Somebody", in which Aguilera sings about being secure in one's arms, features drums snap, bass pops, and a gospel organ in the bridge. [20] Aguilera sings about a woman longing to reveal her true self on "Reflection", which Partridge characterized it as the song that "sums up the album." [20] "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" is deemed the most "sexual" track on Christina Aguilera, a hip hop-influenced song which features a rap verse written by Aguilera herself. [25] "When You Put Your Hands On Me", an R&B song co-written by Robin Thicke, addresses the alchemy of sex: "I just know / when you put your hands on me / I feel sexy / and my body turns to gold." [20] "Blessed" features elements of gospel, while "Love Will Find a Way" features an R&B groove and was compared to Carey's songs "Emotions" (1991) and "Dreamlover" (1993). [22] On the final song, "Obvious", Aguilera wonders whether her confusion about her life is apparent to everyone. [20]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svg [16]
Billboard (mixed) [20]
Christgau's Consumer Guide C+ [26]
Entertainment Weekly B− [18]
The New York Times (favorable) [27]
PopMatters (mixed) [17]
Q Star full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg [28]
Rolling Stone Star full.svgStar full.svgStar half.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg [29]
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"Christina Aguilera" received positive reviews from music critics. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic praised the songwriting and the "clean and uncluttered" production on the project. He eventually commended on Aguilera's vocals, writing that "she not only has charisma, she can actually sing, bringing conviction to these love and heartbreak songs." [16] Although calling it "a frustratingly erratic album", Beth Johnson wrote that "Christina still makes a credible bid to be the late-summer soundtrack to romantic rebound." [18] Sputnikmusic editor Amanda Murray wrote that Christina Aguilera "is an album that is highly representative of the better aspects of the teen pop movement of the late 90s." [30] A reviewer writing for Q said the album "shows off her pretty, but powerful vocals to surprisingly impressive effect." [28] Ann Powers on behalf of The New York Times agreed, writing "Beyond its sleek design, this album hints at a real singer's emergence. She has striking vocal power and range, if not a clue about expressing individuality." [27]

Barry Walters from Rolling Stone criticized the album's theme, calling it "bubble-brained", writing that they "give Aguilera little substance to spin into gold." [29] Robert Christgau said, "like LeAnn and unlike Britney, Christina already has 'adult' grit and phrasing down pat, and so threatens to join Gloria, Mariah, Celine, and LeAnn herself in the endless parade of Diane Warren-fueled divas-by-fiat hitting high notes and signifying less than nothing." [26] Julene Snyder of Sonicnet wrote that "Aguilera has an instinctive grasp of the insipid state of the pop/dance music scene, especially as it relates to her peers." [2] On behalf of PopMatters, Nikki Tranter said "there are lots of 'oohs' and plenty of 'ahhs' and just enough 'I wants' and 'you likes' to keep the kids happy." [17] Partridge deemed the project "quite listenable"; however, he said the lyrics "tell us precious little about the girl on the cover." [20]

Commercial performance

In the United States, Christina Aguilera debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 252,800 copies, beating Puff Daddy's Forever . [31] In its second week, it fell to number 2, selling 218,000 copies. [32] The album was certified octuple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for exceeding shipments of eight million copies. [33] According to Nielsen SoundScan, the release has sold 8,300,000 copies in the U.S. as of August 2019 and is among the most certified albums of all time according to the RIAA. [lower-alpha 1] [34] Meanwhile, BMG Music calculated that Christina Aguilera has sold an additional 935,000 units through BMG Music Clubs. [35] The project also peaked atop the Canadian Albums Chart. [36] In July 2001, Music Canada certified the project six times platinum for exceeding sales of over 600,000 units in Canada. [37]

In the United Kingdom, the album debuted at number 21 on October 30, 1999, [38] falling to number 31 the following week. [39] It stayed two weeks inside the top-forty and only re-entered on February 26, 2000, at number 33. [40] The album climbed to number 14 on March 3, 2000, becoming its peak position. [41] The album stayed on the UK charts for 26 weeks. [42] The album was certified platinum by the IFPI for sales of one million copies in Europe. [43] In Australia, the album debuted at number 31 on February 20, 2000, while peaking at number 26 two weeks later, spending 15 weeks on the charts. However, the album re-entered at number 25, on October 29, 2000, and two weeks later, it reached a new position of number 21, spending 13 further weeks on the charts, bringing a total of 28. [44] It was later certified platinum for 70,000 sales in 2000. [45] In New Zealand, the album debuted at number 38, on October 31, 1999, and later climbed to number 27, before re-entering two times, on November 28, 1999 and February 13, 2000. After the latter re-entering, the album peaked six weeks later at number 5, on March 26, 2000. [46] It re-entered an additional six times and was certified platinum in New Zealand, selling over 15,000 copies. [47] The album sold 80,000 copies in Brazil. [48] It remains Aguilera's best-selling album with sales of over 14 million copies worldwide. [3]

Singles

"Genie in a Bottle" was the first single of the album, released on June 22, 1999. The song received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who commended the song for being pleasant, [30] sweet, the album's best moment and her signature track. [2] It became one of Aguilera's highest charting singles, getting certified platinum by the RIAA. The song became an overnight hit, making it Aguilera's first number one single. It topped the charts for five weeks straight on Billboard Hot 100 due to strong physical CD sales and airplay, having the longest stay at number one that year. [49] The single made airplay history, becoming one of the most successful airplay-only singles and topped the charts weeks before an accompanying music video was made. [50] It also topped the charts of eight countries, while it charted within the top five in every country it was released in. [51] Its music video was a success, becoming a staple on MTV's Total Request Live with Aguilera enjoying some fun and sexual tension at a beach bonfire. [52] The song received a Grammy Nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. A version of the song in Spanish entitled "Genio Atrapado" was recorded and included in some editions of Christina Aguilera and later on her Spanish-language album, Mi Reflejo and peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. [53] It also received a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 1st Latin Grammy Awards. [54]

"What a Girl Wants" was the second single from the album. Instead of the slower version, Aguilera insisted that a more upbeat mix, with an R&B edge, needed to be created to be released as a single. [55] Released on October 29, 1999 to radio stations, [56] the song received positive reviews from critics, with most praising her vocals in the track, [57] comparing to those of Mariah Carey [1] and Whitney Houston. [2] "What a Girl Wants" peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on January 15, 2000 for two weeks, ending the chart reign of Santana's "Smooth" [58] and becoming Aguilera's second number-one single. [49] The single also topped the New Zealand and Spanish charts, while also peaking at number three in the UK, at number five in Australia and reached the top-twenty in most countries it charted. [59] The song was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 43rd Grammy Awards held on February 21, 2001. A Spanish version entitled "Una Mujer" was also made and included on Mi Reflejo. [60]

"I Turn to You" was the third single form the album, released on April 1, 2000 to U.S radio. It received mixed reviews from critics, who recognized that the track allowed Aguilera's vocals to soar and shine, [30] but called it a cliché ballad. [61] However, the single peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 4 weeks, becoming Aguilera's third top-ten hit. The single also reached the top-ten in Canada, [62] the top-twenty in other three countries, including the UK, [42] and the top-forty elsewhere. [63] The music video was directed by Joseph Kahn, and Christina is seen singing in front of a microphone before walking in the rain with an umbrella, and on a rooftop. The video's storyline follows a young woman getting into an accident, with her mother worriedly waiting for word on where she is at the late hour. [64] A Spanish version entitled "Por Siempre Tu" was released and included on her Spanish-debut album, Mi Reflejo. It peaked at number 6 on the Hot Latin Songs chart, becoming Aguilera's first top-ten Spanish single. [53]

On May 27, 2000, during an interview with Jam! Canoe's Stephanie McGrath, Aguilera revealed plans to release at least two more singles from her debut: "So Emotional" in the fall and "Come On Over" as soon as "I Turn To You", "runs its toll," she said. [10] "So Emotional" indeed had a simple music video, which was available through her YouTube/VEVO account, [65] showing Christina in a casual outfit recording the song in the studio. [66] However, the song was never released and "Come on Over" was chosen instead. For the song's release, Aguilera claimed: "We're going to head back in the studio, give it more of an edge, R&B it up a little, maybe rock it out a little, give it a lot of different new directions and get it out there." [10]

The reworked version, entitled "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)", features more hip hop and dance elements as well as "edgy" and "sexual" lyrics, [55] even a rap by Aguilera, and was released on July 11, 2000, as the album's fourth and final single. The song's new version received mixed reviews, with some criticizing the fact that the track "was more like an album track than a hit", but praised the catchy chorus. [67] However, the song was a success on the charts, becoming Aguilera's third number-one hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, spending four weeks at the top, from October 8 to November 4, 2000. [49] It spent twenty-one weeks on the Hot 100, ranked thirty-eight on the Hot 100's 2000 Year-end charts and eventually the RIAA certified the single gold. It was also a success elsewhere, reaching the top-ten in over six countries, including Australia, Canada and the UK. [42] [68] The video was considered "bright and colorful," with green, white, and gold backgrounds juxtaposed against a dance choreography. [69] A Spanish version entitled "Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú)" became a number-one hit on the Hot Latin Songs chart, becoming her first Spanish chart topper. [53]

Promotion

Aguilera made many appearances on talk shows in order to promote her self-titled debut album. Aguilera appeared on shows such as The Rosie O'Donnell Show [70] and TRL . [71] Aguilera also began traveling to New Zealand while "What a Girl Wants" was topping the charts overseas. In 1999, Aguilera performed "Genie in a Bottle" at the 1999 Teen Choice Awards. [72] Aguilera also attended the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards, where she and Fred Durst performed together. Aguilera performed "Come on Over Baby", wearing a tight ruby red outfit with black and red streaks in her hair, and near the end, Durst walked onstage and performed part of his band's song "Livin' It Up" with Aguilera. After eliciting charged reactions from his fans, Durst stated: "I already told you guys before, I did it all for the nookie, man." [73] The feud died weeks later, when Aguilera denied Durst's statement, saying Durst "got no nookie." [74] Later on, in 2000, Aguilera performed at the Super Bowl XXXIV as a halftime performer. [10] During late 2000, Aguilera traveled to Brazil to promote the album, where she did many interviews and performances on Brazilian television, including Domingão do Faustão , Programa Raul Gil and Planeta Xuxa . [75]

In December 1999, Aguilera issued a full-length home video titled Genie Gets Her Wish . The video includes interviews with her from backstage, in the studio and on the road. It also features Aguilera's rendition of Mel Torme's Yuletide classic "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)". [24]

Touring

On April 28, 2000, Aguilera announced her first tour, which kicked off on July 31, 2000 and would hit 37 cities (and a total of 81 shows). The tour was sponsored by Sears and Levi's. [76] Aguilera released a statement about the tour, saying: "Headlining my own tour means creative control and a high-energy, let-loose show. It's designed with my band and dancers to be a visually exciting mix of my big hits and some special surprises," said Christina. "Plus, my sponsors, Sears and Levi's, are giving fans lots of ways to get involved with the tour, like exclusive CDs and posters, a chance to win a backstage pass to hang with me and a cause-related program called 'Come On Over and Do Something' that was created specifically for the tour." [77] About the tour's setlist, she claimed, "I'll be doing songs from my debut album. But I've changed so much from doing that at 17, so we'll put a whole new twist on things from my album. ... There will be a lot of blues and soul inflections, which is what I've wanted to do more of for a long time." [76] One feature of the shows she described involved getting the crowd excited with her hit "What a Girl Wants" and then switching to a piano-and-vocal-only song by her hero, blues legend Etta James. [76]

Legacy and influence

Christina Aguilera has played an important role on Aguilera's legacy and the entertainment industry. In March 2000, Lori Majewski, entertainment director at Teen People magazine, stated that "If people want to know why Christina is going to be around a decade from now, the answer is very clear: It's pure talent," Majewski said. "When you hear this girl open her mouth, everyone is astounded. I've seen her sing many times, and every time, I'm impressed, but the people who are hearing it for the first time can't even believe it." [78] In an article about the "2013 Most Influential People in the World", in which Aguilera appeared, Canadian singer Celine Dion stated that, "I remember she broke onto the scene at the turn of the millennium, [...] so I got to watch a lot of her TV appearances, especially on the award shows. I remember thinking, This girl's got it all and then some! Unbelievable voice, great dancer and so very beautiful." [79] The album was included on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Definitive 200 list. [80]

Allmusic noted that "Genie in a Bottle" incredibly hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 before a music video was even out. [50] "Genie in a Bottle" was listed at number 38 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the 90s, [81] About.com placed it at number two on her "Top 10 Songs", [55] while AOL Radio ranked at number one, calling it her "signature song". [82] While listing the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time", Rolling Stone placed Aguilera at number 52, picking "Genie in a Bottle" as one of her "key tracks", writing that "Even in her teen-pop days, she was modeling her dramatic, melismatic technique on old-school soul heroines like Etta James". [83] The song was also covered by contestants of many popular talent shows such as American Idol , [84] The X Factor and The Voice . [85]

"What a Girl Wants" inspired the title of the 2000 romantic comedy film "What Women Want", having the track on its soundtrack [86] and on a scene. [87] It also inspired the title of the 2003 comedy film of the same name. [88] American singer Lady Gaga has called Aguilera's cover of "I Turn to You" an inspiration, as she stated, "When I was 15, I was singing 'I Turn to You' at the top of my lungs trying to hit all her notes. So she was an inspiration to me to have a wider vocal range." [89]

Achievements

Christina Aguilera has also been noted as Aguilera's launch into stardom and has earned her numerous awards and achievements. Aguilera was nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2000 for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, the latter being for "Genie in a Bottle". [90] She won the former. [90] Jason Lipshutz of Billboard cited her Grammy win as one of her "10 Biggest Career Moments" saying,

"The battle for teen pop supremacy made its way to the Grammy Awards in 2000, when Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera were both nominated for the Best New Artist prize. Both singing stars had issued hit albums in 1999, [...] and Aguilera ended up walking away with one of the night's top prizes. "I'm shaking right now!" Aguilera told the audience at the 2000 ceremony, also admitting that she did not have a speech prepared for the event because she didn't think she would win. Aguilera has since taken home four more Grammys, for the songs "Lady Marmalade", "Beautiful", "Ain't No Other Man", and "Say Something (A Great Big World song)" respectively." [91]

Aguilera also received a Grammy nomination in 2001 for "What a Girl Wants" in the "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" category, and according to Time magazine, "both of which helped catapult the album to the top of the charts". [92] Aguilera's Grammy Award nominations, two back to back number-one singles, magazine gossip, and merchandise released under her name made her the "It girl", according to People. [93]

"Genie in a Bottle", the album's lead single, reached number one and Aguilera became the third female artist in 1999 to top the Hot 100 chart with her debut single, behind Britney Spears' "...Baby One More Time" and Jennifer Lopez's "If You Had My Love". [52] The success of the follow-up single, "What a Girl Wants" solidified Aguilera as a strong musical force and earned her several accolades, including five MTV Video Music Awards nominations. [82] With the album's fourth single, "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)", Aguilera managed to have three number-one singles for the same album and four top-ten singles, an achievement she only did with her first album. [49]

Track listing

Christina Aguilera Standard edition [94]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Genie in a Bottle"
  • Frank
  • Kipner
3:36
2."What a Girl Wants"Roche3:53
3."I Turn to You" Diane Warren Roche4:35
4."So Emotional"Ron Harris4:00
5."Come On Over (All I Want Is You)"
  • Aaron Zigman
  • Rein
  • Aberg
3:10
6."Reflection"Wilder3:33
7."Love for All Seasons"
  • Rogers
  • Sturken
3:59
8."Somebody's Somebody"WarrenKhris Kellow5:02
9."When You Put Your Hands on Me"
  • Thicke
  • Pro J.
3:35
10."Blessed"
Potts3:05
11."Love Will Find a Way"
  • Sturken
  • Rogers
  • Rogers
  • Sturken
3:55
12."Obvious" Heather Holley Robert Hoffman3:58
Total length:46:27
Christina Aguilera Mexican, Spanish, Argentine, Chilean Edition (bonus track) [95]
No.TitleLength
13."Genio Atrapado" (Genie in a Bottle)3:36
Christina Aguilera Brazilian Edition (bonus track) [96]
No.TitleLength
14."What a Girl Wants" (Smooth Mix)3:36
Christina Aguilera Japanese Edition (bonus tracks) [97]
No.TitleLength
13."We Are a Miracle"4:11
14."Don't Make Me Love You"3:53
Christina Aguilera Remix Plus (released in Japan only)(bonus tracks) [98]
No.TitleLength
15."Genie In a Bottle" (Flavio vs. Mad Boris Mix) 
16."What a Girl Wants" (Eddie Arroyo Dance Radio Edit) 
17."I Turn to You" (Thunderpuss Remix) 
18."Genio Atrapado" (Re-mix) 
19."Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" (Radio Version) 
Christina Aguilera Special Edition (disc 2) [99]
No.TitleLength
1."Genie in a Bottle" (Flavio vs. Mad Boris Remix)6:31
2."What a Girl Wants" (Eddie Arroyo Dance Radio Edit)4:05
3."I Turn to You" (Thunderpuss Remix)4:21
4."Genio Atrapado" (Remix)4:38
5."Don't Make Me Love You"3:39
6."Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" (Radio Version)3:23
Christina Aguilera Re-issue [100]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Genie in a Bottle"
  • Frank
  • Kipner
3:36
2."What a Girl Wants" (Video Mix)Roche3:35
3."I Turn to You" Diane Warren Roche4:35
4."So Emotional"Ron Harris4:00
5."Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" (Radio Version)
  • Paul Rein
  • Johan Aberg
  • Christina Aguilera
  • Ron Fair
  • Chaka Blackmon
  • Raymond Cham
  • Eric Dawkins
  • Shelly Peiken
  • Guy Roche
  • Fair
  • Celebrity Status
3:23
6."Reflection"Wilder3:33
7."Love for All Seasons"
  • Rogers
  • Sturken
3:59
8."Somebody's Somebody"WarrenKhris Kellow5:02
9."When You Put Your Hands on Me"
  • Thicke
  • Pro J.
3:35
10."Blessed"
Potts3:05
11."Love Will Find a Way"
  • Sturken
  • Rogers
  • Rogers
  • Sturken
3:55
12."Obvious" Heather Holley Robert Hoffman3:58
Total length:46:27

Personnel

Musicians

Production
  • Producers: Johan Aberg, David Frank, Ron Harris, Robert Hoffman, Khris Kellow, Steve Kipner, Travon Potts, Paul Rein, Guy Roche, Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken, Robin Thicke, Diane Warren, Matthew Wilder, Aaron Zigman
  • Executive producer: Ron Fair, Diane Warren
  • Associate producer: Doreen Dorian
  • Engineers: Johan Aberg, Paul Arnold, Ali Boudris, David Frank, Dan Garcia, Ron Harris, Mike Hatzinger, Al Hemberger, Phil Kaffel, Steve Kipner, Doc Little, Mario Lucy, Michael C. Ross, Robin Thicke, Aaron Zigman,
  • Assistant engineers: Tom Bender, Joe Brown, Terri Wong, Christina Aguilera
  • Mixing: Rob Chiarelli, Jeff Griffin, Mick Guzauski, Tim Lauber, Peter Mokran, Dave Pensado, Robin Thicke, Tommy Vicari, Dave Way
  • Mixing assistants: Tony Flores, Jeff Griffin, Michael Huff, Tim Lauber
  • Digital editing: Jeff Griffin, Bill Malina
  • Mastering: Eddy Schreyer
  • A&R: Ron Fair, Elisa Yastic
  • Creative director: Jack Rovner
  • Programming: Johan Aberg, Airiq Anest, Ron Harris, Khris Kellow, Paul Rein, Guy Roche
  • Drum programming: Airiq Anest, Robert Hoffman, Khris Kellow
  • Synthesizer programming: Steve Porcaro
  • Arrangers: Ron Fair, Sherree Ford-Payne, David Frank, Khris Kellow, Steve Kipner, Travon Potts, Guy Roche, Brock Walsh, Matthew Wilder, Aaron Zigman
  • Vocal arrangements: Christina Aguilera, David Frank, Steve Kipner, Brock Walsh
  • Orchestral arrangements: Aaron Zigman

  1. 1 2 As of August 2019, Christina Aguilera has sold 8,300,000 copies in the United States. [143] The aforementioned sales figures are combined by Nielsen SoundScan, which does not count albums sold through clubs as does BMG Music Service. [144] According to BMG Music Service, the album has additionally sold 935,000 copies at BMG Music Clubs as of 2003. [145]

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Stripped is the fourth studio album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on October 22, 2002, by RCA Records. Looking to transition from the teen pop styles of her self-titled debut album, Aguilera took creative control over her next album project, both musically and lyrically. She also changed her public image and established her alter ego Xtina. Musically, its music incorporates pop and R&B with influences from many different genres, including soul, rock, hip hop, and Latin music. Lyrically, most of the songs from the album discuss the theme of self-respect, while a few other songs talk about sex and feminism. As an executive producer, Aguilera enlisted many new collaborators for the album.

<i>Mi Reflejo</i> 2000 studio album by Christina Aguilera

Mi Reflejo is the second studio album and first Spanish-language album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on September 12, 2000, by BMG U.S. Latin. After the commercial success of her debut studio album effort, Christina Aguilera (1999), Aguilera recorded her follow-up project during 2000. It includes five Spanish-language versions of tracks from her previous album, in addition to four original compositions and two cover songs. The tracks were adapted and composed by Rudy Pérez who also produced the album.

<i>My Kind of Christmas</i> 2000 studio album by Christina Aguilera

My Kind of Christmas is the third studio album and first Christmas album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on October 24, 2000, by RCA Records. The album was recorded from late 1999 to mid 2000, while Aguilera was touring to promote her first two albums: Christina Aguilera (1999) and Mi Reflejo (2000). My Kind of Christmas contains cover versions of Christmas standards, such as "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and "Angels We Have Heard on High", as well as several original recordings, which incorporate dance-pop elements. The album was produced by Ron Fair, The Matrix, Robbie Buchanan, Barry Harris and Chris Cox.

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<i>Genie Gets Her Wish</i> 1999 video by Christina Aguilera

Genie Gets Her Wish is a music DVD by Christina Aguilera, released in 1999. It features her performing her #1 single, "Genie in a Bottle", rare studio footage, live concert performances and exclusive peeks backstage. The DVD was certified Platinum by the RIAA. It peaked at number 1 in Sweden.

Genie in a Bottle 1999 single by Christina Aguilera

"Genie in a Bottle" is a song by American singer Christina Aguilera from her self-titled debut album released in 1999. It was written by Pam Sheyne, Steve Kipner and David Frank, and produced by Kipner and Frank. The song was released in Australia on June 22, 1999, by RCA Records as the album's lead single. It is a teen pop and dance-pop song which incorporates elements from R&B. Lyrically, "Genie in a Bottle" uses sexual references to talk about the theme of self-respect.

Dirrty 2002 song by Christina Aguilera

"Dirrty" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera featuring American rapper Redman, released as the lead single from her fourth studio album Stripped. Despite Aguilera's first three years of commercial success, she was displeased with the lack of control over her image. In response, she desired to create a song that would represent her authentic persona. She approached hip hop producer Rockwilder and suggested using Redman's 2001 song "Let's Get Dirty " as a guide. The final result, "Dirrty", is an R&B and hip hop song that also features rapping verses from Redman and describes sexual activities.

What a Girl Wants (Christina Aguilera song) 1999 single by Christina Aguilera

"What a Girl Wants" is a song by American singer Christina Aguilera from her self-titled debut album released in 1999. The song was originally written and recorded by French singer Ophélie Winter in 1998 for her album Privacy, released a year before Aguilera's. Though a songwriter along with Peiken and Roche, Winter was never credited as such for this single. A re-recorded version was released on December 28, 1999, by RCA Records as the album's second single, following the commercial success of the album's lead single "Genie in a Bottle". The song was written by Shelly Peiken and Guy Roche. The song was completed and pitched to RCA executive Ron Fair as "What a Girl Needs" and was renamed "What a Girl Wants"; Fair later gave the track to Aguilera. A Spanish version of the song, titled "Una Mujer," was included on Aguilera's second studio album Mi Reflejo (2000).

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Fighter (Christina Aguilera song) 2003 single by Christina Aguilera

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"Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti" is a song written and produced by Rudy Pérez. It was first recorded by Puerto Rican singer Lourdes Robles on her album Definitivamente (1991). In the ballad, the singer remembers her lover even when she tries to forget. Nine years later, American recording artist Christina Aguilera included a cover version on her second studio album Mi Reflejo which Pérez also produced. It was released as the second single from the album in December 2000. The music video for Aguilera's version was directed by Kevin Bray.

Christina Aguilera discography

American singer Christina Aguilera has released eight studio albums, one extended play (EP), six compilation albums, one soundtrack album, 42 singles, and 10 promotional singles. To date, Aguilera has sold over 75 million records. In the United States alone, she has sold 18.3 million albums as of 2019, with 15.5 million units certified in the country. With such achievements, Billboard recognized Aguilera as the 20th best-selling artist of the 2000s. In the United Kingdom, Aguilera has sold over 3.3 million albums and 6.1 million singles.

<i>Back to Basics</i> (Christina Aguilera album) 2006 studio album by Christina Aguilera

Back to Basics is the fifth studio album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on August 9, 2006, in the United States through RCA Records as a double album. Serving as executive producer, she enlisted a wide range of producers, including DJ Premier, Rich Harrison, Rob Lewis, Mark Ronson, and Linda Perry. Recording sessions began in January 2006 and ended that April, taking place at several studios in the United States and the United Kingdom.

<i>Keeps Gettin Better: A Decade of Hits</i> 2008 greatest hits album by Christina Aguilera

Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits is the first greatest hits album by American singer Christina Aguilera. It was released on November 6, 2008 through RCA Records. The album contains Aguilera's singles from all of her studio albums released up to 2008. It also featured four new additions: two remakes of her previous singles—"Genie in a Bottle" (1999) and "Beautiful" (2002)—and two original songs "Keeps Gettin' Better" and "Dynamite". In the United States, the album was released on November 11, 2008 exclusively via Target.

<i>Bionic</i> (Christina Aguilera album) 2010 studio album by Christina Aguilera

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Your Body (Christina Aguilera song) 2012 single by Christina Aguilera

"Your Body" is a song by American singer Christina Aguilera from her seventh studio album, Lotus (2012). It was written by Savan Kotecha, Max Martin, Shellback and Tiffany Amber, while its production was done by Martin and Shellback. RCA Records premiered the song on September 14, 2012 on On Air with Ryan Seacrest, and later sent it to US contemporary hit and rhythmic radio stations two days later as the lead single from Lotus. "Your Body" is an R&B, electro, EDM and pop number with elements from dubstep and Eurodance. Its lyrics express Aguilera's desire to have sex with an anonymous partner.

Pam Sheyne Musical artist

Pamela Sheyne is a British songwriter, producer, mentor and singer best known for co-writing Christina Aguilera’s global smash debut single "Genie in a Bottle". She has achieved 50+ million record sales and over 100 RIAA Platinum, Gold and Silver Certified sales awards worldwide, an Ivor Novello Award along with seven BMI citations for US radio plays.

<i>Liberation</i> (Christina Aguilera album) 2018 studio album by Christina Aguilera

Liberation is the eighth studio album by American singer Christina Aguilera. The album was released on June 15, 2018, through RCA Records. It is Aguilera's first album in six years, following Lotus (2012). The singer started recording the album in late 2014, and throughout 2015 and 2017, Aguilera collaborated with a handful of producers and songwriters to reach her desired sound; Pharrell Williams and Linda Perry were in the studio in early stages and ended up not being on the album, while new collaborators such as Anderson .Paak, Kanye West, Che Pope, Mike Dean and Tayla Parx were confirmed to be on the album. It features collaborations with Demi Lovato, Keida, Shenseea, GoldLink, Ty Dolla Sign, 2 Chainz, and XNDA.

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