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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Quote Originally Posted by -Callum- View Post
    Wow, Little Dreamer isn't even on the CD either? What the fuck? They should have cut out Polow da Don's shit and put in the Ladytron tracks. What a horrible business decision.
    The label obviously freaked out and ordered more commercial, generic songs on the album. Which is ironic, considering it's exactly that that has been this album's undoing so far. People want something different and innovative, and it's exactly what Christina has been delivering since Stripped. I don't know why this era didn't turn out that way.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm a big Christina fan, and as such, I've pre-ordered a digital and a physical copy of the album, but I think it could have been so much better and so much more successful.

    As for the bonus tracks, I absolutely LOVE Monday Morning and Stronger Than Ever, but I was disappointed by Birds of Prey. Maybe hearing it in high quality will help me to appreciate it more.

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    The bonus tracks are immense! This my jam.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    RCA really sucks lol anyways the album is doing great on Itunes also I hope she kills it @ MTV movie awards

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    Maybe things would be different for her if she possessed even a smidge of charisma; instead, she sits back and takes bitchy snipes at her more successful peers (Gaga, Britney, etc.), fueled by the overwhelming jealousy that she harbors towards them. It would be one thing if she had the charm and panache to back up her nasty attitude, but she simply doesn't. She just goes with whatever album theme her record company crams down her overactive throat -- Soul vixen! Rocker chick! Hip-hop diva! -- and masquerades as an innovator.
    I agree.

    I'm a Christina fan, she has a music box of a voice that can sell anything. But I have yet to read/hear/see an interview that she has done I've enjoyed. Ever. She always comes across very vain, insecure and downright childish. She doesn't need to constantly throw shade at other artists the way she does. It's ironic considering how much she sings about female empowerment.

    I think Christina's problem is that she lacks a real music identity to call her own. Each album she comes out with is always a reflection of how "real, authentic, and the true me." I'm all for her trying new things, but at some point she is going have to hit her stride and stick to something.

    Quote Originally Posted by HaydenXXX View Post
    Back to Basics was what you'd consider "filler". Bionic, on the other hand, is the best example of an artist experimenting with different sounds on pretty much every track (well, the best recent example, at least) in a way that is very unique and refreshing.

    I disagree, respectfully. I thought Back to Basics was fantastic and out of all her albums was something really great and really her. I believed her on that album. Bionic, though good not great, falls in line with everything else that has been mastered by her fellow princesses.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Deluxe Edition Booklet (better quality)




















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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini_Valley View Post
    I think Christina's problem is that she lacks a real music identity to call her own. Each album she comes out with is always a reflection of how "real, authentic, and the true me." I'm all for her trying new things, but at some point she is going have to hit her stride and stick to something.
    She's still somewhat of a young artist (she's only released five albums, afterall), so she has time to do that. Out of all the little pop princesses out there, Christina is the only one who musically resembles Madonna, who went everywhere from dance club music in the 80's to R&B and electronica in the 90's (and we all know where that woman is today). Even if she continues to experiment with different sounds/genres, that's more refreshing and interesting that putting out the same stinker album every other year like most of her peers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini_Valley View Post
    I disagree, respectfully. I thought Back to Basics was fantastic and out of all her albums was something really great and really her. I believed her on that album. Bionic, though good not great, falls in line with everything else that has been mastered by her fellow princesses.
    I'm not saying I didn't like Back to Basics; I just prefer this new one to it. I also sensed the passion and authenticity she brought to that album, which was different in its own way - but personally, there wasn't a wide range of style on it. I think that's why she's really the only mainstream "pop" artist I like from this generation; she isn't afraid to try new things or go against what is expected (again, like Madonna) - and that's a sign of a true artist. For someone of her status to decide to work with people like Le Tigre, Peaches, Sia, and Ladytron (all of which aren't necessarily popular, mainstream artists) says alot about their willingness to separate herself from the mediocrity going on in music and bring something new to the table. I'd rather listen to what she's doing than 98% of the other "art" out there today.
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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Desnudate Possible 2nd single

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Quote Originally Posted by spice up your life View Post
    Desnudate Possible 2nd single

    "WooHoo" is the second single

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Woohoo is not 2nd single they released it only on iTUNES to promote the album and Desnudate won the poll for the 2nd single on her official website !

    Anyway Christina's set to perform her new single @ MTV movie awards so soon we'll know

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    I love Monday Morning. It shoulda been her first single. It's totally different from anything anyone else is doing. It has a dope 80s Cruel Summer type of vibe.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Quote Originally Posted by HaydenXXX View Post
    She's still somewhat of a young artist (she's only released five albums, afterall), so she has time to do that. Out of all the little pop princesses out there, Christina is the only one who musically resembles Madonna, who went everywhere from dance club music in the 80's to R&B and electronica in the 90's (and we all know where that woman is today). Even if she continues to experiment with different sounds/genres, that's more refreshing and interesting that putting out the same stinker album every other year like most of her peers.
    I don't see any parallels between Madonna and Christina, granted X-tina loves to "reinvent" herself but that's where it ends. Experimenting with various music genres doesn't necessarily translate to career longevity. Madonna is the exception not the rule. Especially when X-tina hasn't really released anything profound to brag about nor anything exciting. She does top 40 ear candy (with the occasional inspirational ballad here and there). Nothing wrong with that. I think she'd wished she had kept the momentum going between albums, if Bionic performs like her first two singles. On one hand I admire her for being able to take time away and produce an album on her terms. However, she's not someone who needs to take that much time away nor does it take 3-4 years to produce quality work. She's singing about her "WooHoo" and "kissing all the boys & the girls," 10 years into her career on her 4th studio album.


    Quote Originally Posted by HaydenXXX View Post
    I'm not saying I didn't like Back to Basics; I just prefer this new one to it. I also sensed the passion and authenticity she brought to that album, which was different in its own way - but personally, there wasn't a wide range of style on it. I think that's why she's really the only mainstream "pop" artist I like from this generation; she isn't afraid to try new things or go against what is expected (again, like Madonna) - and that's a sign of a true artist. For someone of her status to decide to work with people like Le Tigre, Peaches, Sia, and Ladytron (all of which aren't necessarily popular, mainstream artists) says alot about their willingness to separate herself from the mediocrity going on in music and bring something new to the table. I'd rather listen to what she's doing than 98% of the other "art" out there today.
    Back to Basics may have been limited but it was a sound she could call her own nonetheless. If she were brave enough she could have had her own little niche doing that type of music. For all her work with these obscured producers and songwriters they couldn't come up with stronger material? Nothing on this album sounds innovative or fresh, IMO. Mostly all of the songs are garnering comparisons from everyone to Katy Perry, Lady GaGa, and Britney. Christina also enlisted a slew of top hit makers for this project (Polow da Don, Ester Dean, Tricky Stewart, Cathy Dennis) whose contributions for the first half of the record actually drive the album's futuristic theme.

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    In all fairness though I don't remember reading a statement from Christina claiming she'd be inventing a new music with her 4th album. From the very beginning she clearly stated that it's about her having fun and looking forward to the future. STRIPPED & B2B both had remnants of her childhood (bullied in school = BEAUTIFUL, domestic violence = I'M OK & OH MOTHER). She clearly stated too that she'd be doing something SHE'S NEVER DONE BEFORE and BIONIC clearly proved that - a FUN albeit sexually charged album. TOTAL IMMERSION to whatever genre she sets her sights on is what sets her apart from any other artists out there both past & present. Isn't it a huge compliment to Christina to be compared to the likes of Madonna, Janet & Whitney/Mariah? Those women HAVE DISTINCT MUSICAL SIGNATURE, they are known for their different style, and we have Christina who seems to be an AMALGAMATION of all those artists. Why should she settle for one type of music or genre? She's clearly proven over and over again that she's very versatile. I mean no disrespect to Madonna since she's clearly a living legend but CHRISTINA AGUILERA is a true MUSICAL CHAMELEON. In every album she release she takes us, her fans to a journey & clearly tells us where she's at in her life. She's only 29 let the woman have fun for god's sake! I LOVE BIONIC, right now I cannot decide whether STRIPPED is still my all time fave album of hers. OH btw the comparisons to whatever is out there right now are inevitable, but just like in the beginning of her career IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN HER VOICE THAT SETS HER APART, almost ALL THE ARTISTS OUT THERE (Gaga, Katy Perry & Britney) are nothing but a bunch of autotuned queens really.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    I think it's funny that the 'bionic' songs are the one's that didn't make the cut for the standard edition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini_Valley View Post
    However, she's not someone who needs to take that much time away nor does it take 3-4 years to produce quality work. She's singing about her "WooHoo" and "kissing all the boys & the girls," 10 years into her career on her 4th studio album.


    Thanks for that. I needed a laugh this morning!

    So on point with that analysis.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    She said it's fun record so why not singing about her woohoo :P

    Christina Aguilera will deliver of medley of tunes" at the MTV Movie Awards tomorrow , can't fucking wait

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Quote Originally Posted by spice up your life View Post
    She said it's fun record so why not singing about her woohoo :P

    Christina Aguilera will deliver of medley of tunes" at the MTV Movie Awards tomorrow , can't fucking wait
    "Medley"? Hmm.

    Interesting that she keeps singing her 7-year-old Stripped tracks to promote a brand new album...

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    Desnudate as the next single?!?! What the HELL is her problem?!?!

    It's not a bad song really, but it can't compete with what's out there already. All these hyper-xxxplicit singles come off too gimmicky and dated. The Alejandro storm is coming and she needs to be better prepared and this Blackout refugee of a song is not gonna help her.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    So, I finally heard the songs from the deluxe edition. Why was there so much hype over them? They're decent songs, but they're nothing amazing. Out of the songs I heard, Stronger Than Ever was the strongest song of the bunch. Oh well, as long as I have Lift Me Up and You Lost Me, I think I'll be fine.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Medley of Bionic Songs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini_Valley View Post
    I don't see any parallels between Madonna and Christina, granted X-tina loves to "reinvent" herself but that's where it ends. Experimenting with various music genres doesn't necessarily translate to career longevity. Madonna is the exception not the rule.
    It's kind of pointless to compare anyone to Madonna - but when you look at most other female artists now, Christina is the only one who resembles the impact she had. I agree that Madonna is the exception as far as experimentation = longevity, but you have to remember we're living in a very mediocre time as far as music (and art, in general) - so any kind of break from that is a breath of fresh air. Christina is a throwback to when pop music fused with artistic vision and substance, which is also the reason why I think it takes her longer to put out albums. Compared to her pop peers (yes, including Gaga), she is the only one today who is making anything worthwhile. On Bionic, I think she's simply having fun - yet she's STILL bringing the substance instead of strictly romanticizing fame or singing about liking boys.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini_Valley View Post
    She's singing about her "WooHoo" and "kissing all the boys & the girls," 10 years into her career on her 4th studio album.
    Who isn't? Madonna still incorporates overtly sexual lyrics/imagery in her songs. Even though Christina's sexuality is a large part of her as an artist, there is much more to her. Among the common themes she addresses in her work: Domestic abuse, female empowerment, and equality. I find it ridiculous that those are somewhat ignored or overlooked just because she also talks about sex here and there. It's difficult for a female artist to work sex AND more important/serious themes into their songs without coming across as trite or unauthentic (the only other women I can think of who do it well are Tori Amos, Madonna, and maybe a few others). To dismiss Christina as just another girl singing about whoohoo's is kind of ignorant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelFromAbove View Post
    So, I finally heard the songs from the deluxe edition. Why was there so much hype over them? They're decent songs, but they're nothing amazing. Out of the songs I heard, Stronger Than Ever was the strongest song of the bunch. Oh well, as long as I have Lift Me Up and You Lost Me, I think I'll be fine.
    Nothing amazing, yes, but better than the songs on the standard edition...and most certainly not generic radio beats. Which says a lot about the CD.

    It's almost as if Christina went deaf and blind immediately after Back to Basics and thinks the last four years haven't existed. Lots of the songs on this album would be 'fresh' and 'new' if four years of popular music hadn't existed.
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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    She did terrible on the Movie Awards just now. Not as bad as she did on Idol, but pretty close.

    I don't like most of the songs on this CD. She went with what's popular, and she's never been about that, so it's disappointing. I DON'T think it's her label. When it comes down to it, she's had the final say before and I find it hard to believe she didn't approve of this garbage. I LOVED Back To Basics and Stripped, but this is all crap. The only highlight for me is that she featured Nicki Minaj in a song. It's sad when the only good thing about your album is a guest spot on ONE song by a rapper.

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    ^ What songs did she perform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCsNo1Fn View Post
    I don't like most of the songs on this CD. She went with what's popular, and she's never been about that, so it's disappointing. I DON'T think it's her label. When it comes down to it, she's had the final say before and I find it hard to believe she didn't approve of this garbage. I LOVED Back To Basics and Stripped, but this is all crap. The only highlight for me is that she featured Nicki Minaj in a song. It's sad when the only good thing about your album is a guest spot on ONE song by a rapper.
    From most of what I've read, the songs not included are actually the popular ones...
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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    She performed a medley of Bionic - Not Myself Tonight - Woohoo.
    I really didn't think it was bad at all, i think she is so ambitious with how she performs that its impossible for it to be perfect but people still expect it to be.

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    WTF the performance was awesome

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]


    I thought the performance was cute, but I wish she just performed WooHoo.

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    Geez, you queens are so hard to please.

    I thought it was pretty good. The crowd seemed to enjoy grooving to her new songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Callum- View Post
    Nothing amazing, yes, but better than the songs on the standard edition...and most certainly not generic radio beats. Which says a lot about the CD.
    Just because a song does not have a generic radio sound does not mean that it's better, which is the case with Birds of Prey. It is not radio friendly, but it's not a better song than any of the material on the standard edition.

    Monday Morning, Stronger Than Ever, and I Am are definitely where she delivered as far as experimenting with different sounds as far as the deluxe edition is concerned; I can definitely agree that they do not follow the current brand of pop.

    However, let's not ignore You Lost Me, Sex For Breakfast, and Lift Me Up on the standard edition. Those tracks certainly do not follow the current trend in music. While she could have experimented with her sound more, like Alicia Keys did with her latest album, there are some solid and/or experimental songs from both the standard and deluxe edition. Now, Bobblehead, is just...no.

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    Now Alicia's album was terribes. If you compare it to that, Bionic is a masterpiece. I personally like a lot of the songs but definitely not her most cohesive album. And I agree with others that the deluxe edition songs are way better than the standard. A lot of the standard edition ones should have just never been made. But there are some good songs. Songs that are much better than 90% of the music being put out today.

    However, I do get the disappointed b/c she waits so long btwn albums. It's kinda not fair. If this does flop she better not be waiting around another 5 years thinking she's still gonna have supporters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aijalon18 View Post
    Now Alicia's album was terribes. If you compare it to that, Bionic is a masterpiece. I personally like a lot of the songs but definitely not her most cohesive album. And I agree with others that the deluxe edition songs are way better than the standard. A lot of the standard edition ones should have just never been made. But there are some good songs. Songs that are much better than 90% of the music being put out today.

    However, I do get the disappointed b/c she waits so long btwn albums. It's kinda not fair. If this does flop she better not be waiting around another 5 years thinking she's still gonna have supporters.
    Alicia Keys' album was terrible? It was definitely a different sound for her on some tracks, but she still had strong material, especially with songs like Unthinkable, TSWABH, Love Is My Disease, Put It In A Love Song, WTTSMS and Empire State of Mind (II).

    I definitely agree that some of her songs are better than what many other mainstream artists are releasing. However, the songs on the deluxe edition are simply different, not better. Any female singer could have done Monday Morning, Birds of Prey or Bobblehead. Christina, in and of herself, brought nothing extraordinary to them. In addition, it's not as if they were not generic in their own way.

    Anyway, I forgot to comment on the performance last night. Overally, it was a solid performance, but I could have gone without WooHoo personally. What's the point of having that in the medley just to riff one time and end it?

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    Last night's performance was quite sad to behold. Watching her desperately clinging to Gaga's coattails is truly pathetic.

    And a blinking neon heart on your vag? Really, Christina? How does it feel to know that Ke$ha has more class than you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    Watching her desperately clinging to Gaga's coattails is truly pathetic.
    BLAH! You people act like Gaga is some kind of trendsetter or originator - when, in fact, everything that woman says, sings, and wears has been done about a billion times before (and by classier people, no less).

    I haven't seen the performance (very much ANTI-MTV here), but I've seen a couple photos - and I see absolutely nothing Gagaesque about what she wore.
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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    I got it !!!!

    ANd I have to say.. .the record is good... pretty good... pretty different...

    I m suprised I like it that much actually, Bionic, Elastic Love, Desnudate & You lost me are just too great

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    The MTVMA performance was on fire! OMG >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by spice up your life View Post
    WTF the performance was awesome
    I know right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HaydenXXX View Post
    BLAH! You people act like Gaga is some kind of trendsetter or originator - when, in fact, everything that woman says, sings, and wears has been done about a billion times before (and by classier people, no less).

    I haven't seen the performance (very much ANTI-MTV here), but I've seen a couple photos - and I see absolutely nothing Gagaesque about what she wore.
    Quoted for truth! Her performance was on point! I'm so sick of the Gaga comparisons. Is Gaga the only female artist allowed to do dance music?

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    Re: Aguilera: Bionic [Spring 2010]

    I thought the performance was pretty great...though I still get annoyed when she doesn't sing and she just does annoying runs throughout the song...but it was still good.

    of course...2 seconds after Perez was on her shit on twitter saying she was just copying Peaches with the light up heart on her vag...but whatever....I dug it...and I'm still very much digging "Monday Morning", "Birds of Prey" and "Bobblehead"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonboy20 View Post
    of course...2 seconds after Perez was on her shit on twitter saying she was just copying Peaches with the light up heart on her vag...but whatever....
    Ooooh lord...For someone who reeks of superficiality and endorses such shitty music, Perez has absolutely NO business calling anyone out for unoriginality.

    I believe he may just be jealous that Christina was born with a vagina and he wasn't.
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    I can't wait to go out and buy the album tomorrow. I can finally talk along with you guys about all the songs.

    Am I the only one still waiting to hear everything?

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    I downloaded and listened to it a few times, not being that crazy about it. Then I deleted all the ballads and found it much more enjoyable. Elastic Love, though, is the only song I think really jams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelFromAbove View Post
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    I definitely agree that some of her songs are better than what many other mainstream artists are releasing. However, the songs on the deluxe edition are simply different, not better. Any female singer could have done Monday Morning, Birds of Prey or Bobblehead. Christina, in and of herself, brought nothing extraordinary to them. In addition, it's not as if they were not generic in their own way.
    That is the most ridiculous point ever. If that's the case, Rihanna could have recorded Single Ladies and Lady Gaga could have sang Rude boy. Obivously anybody could have recorded any song. Personally I think Monday Morning and Birds of Prey are great songs and I'm glad she chose to record them. Every song doesnt need to be her belting. it is good that she can have restraint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonboy20 View Post
    I thought the performance was pretty great...though I still get annoyed when she doesn't sing and she just does annoying runs throughout the song...but it was still good.

    of course...2 seconds after Perez was on her shit on twitter saying she was just copying Peaches with the light up heart on her vag...but whatever....I dug it...and I'm still very much digging "Monday Morning", "Birds of Prey" and "Bobblehead"

    all I have to say is its nice to see Peaches and Xtina collaborate. Perhaps Xtina is inspired by her. Peaches..the goddess of Electro!! and as for Perez..I enclose the video below

    "Been there done that, messed around, i'm having fun..don't put me down"

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt1980111 View Post
    Quoted for truth! Her performance was on point! I'm so sick of the Gaga comparisons. Is Gaga the only female artist allowed to do dance music?
    No, but it's interesting that as soon as Lady Gaga begins dominating the music industry, Christina decides to forsake her career-long "I am a SINGER who does SOULFUL BALLADS because I have SUBSTANCE" schtick in favor of doing a conceptual, avant-garde dance-pop album.

    Plus there was the insanely creepy sporting-the-exact-same-hairstyle-as-Gaga thing that she tried to pull when "Keeps Gettin' Better" was released. Single White Female much?

    When she was called out on her plagiarism, she attempted to slam Gaga by claiming that she looked like a drag queen. (As if that's some sort of ultimate insult, and as if the same couldn't be said of her.) Wow, Christina... Way to completely backstab all of the gay and transgendered followers that you garnered with the "Beautiful" video.

    No wonder her fanbase has all but dissipated. What a talentless, nasty woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aijalon18 View Post
    That is the most ridiculous point ever. If that's the case, Rihanna could have recorded Single Ladies and Lady Gaga could have sang Rude boy. Obivously anybody could have recorded any song. Personally I think Monday Morning and Birds of Prey are great songs and I'm glad she chose to record them. Every song doesnt need to be her belting. it is good that she can have restraint.
    Actually, it is a valid point. I never once mentioned that she should have belted on the track; however, she could have applied herself in a way to make the songs her own. The statement that was made was the songs on the deluxe edition are not generic pop. The more accurate statement should have been that they are not contemporary, generic pop. Again, that does not mean that they are better.

    P.S. Rihanna could have never recorded Singles Ladies as Beyonce has a little more natural vocal talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    No, but it's interesting that as soon as Lady Gaga begins dominating the music industry, Christina decides to forsake her career-long "I am a SINGER who does SOULFUL BALLADS because I have SUBSTANCE" schtick in favor of doing a conceptual, avant-garde dance-pop album.
    I wouldn't necessarily call Bionic a concept (or even an "avant garde") album. It's not meant to be taken that seriously. Her last two albums were somewhat heavy, so I think this album is about having fun and collaborating with people she thought would enhance her "I am a SINGER who does SOULFUL BALLADS because I have SUBSTANCE" sound. I don't see anything wrong with that. By the way, for everyone slamming her for taking so long between albums, have you forgotten that she got married and had a kid AND did her first film around the same time she started work on Bionic? I'm sure alot of her "career time" is now spent being a wife/mom. Jeez.

    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    Plus there was the insanely creepy sporting-the-exact-same-hairstyle-as-Gaga thing that she tried to pull when "Keeps Gettin' Better" was released. Single White Female much?
    Actually, ALOT of people (including myself) thought Gaga was copying Christina (particularly her look) when she first came into the public eye. The idea that Christina was/is copying Gaga (regarding her music or her image) is ridiculous to me, because Christina was doing exactly what she's doing now years before Gaga released anything! Christina has many advantages over Gaga (for one, she can actually sing), so there's no need for her to copy her. Yes, electronic and dance music has become alot more popular in recent years - but Gaga is far from the founder of dance music (or bleached hair).

    Quote Originally Posted by J-23 View Post
    When she was called out on her plagiarism, she attempted to slam Gaga by claiming that she looked like a drag queen. (As if that's some sort of ultimate insult, and as if the same couldn't be said of her.) Wow, Christina... Way to completely backstab all of the gay and transgendered followers that you garnered with the "Beautiful" video. No wonder her fanbase has all but dissipated. What a talentless, nasty woman.
    LAME! Most everyone thought that woman was a damn drag queen when they first saw her. That doesn't necessarily mean she was dissing her (or her fans). In case you didn't know, just after Perez Hilton thought it would get him attention by recently telling everyone Christina is copying Gaga, Christina was the first (and only) person involved to issue a statement saying how sexist and unnecessary it is to pit two female artists against one another. In the same statement, she called Gaga "great" and said she appreciated her as an artist. Here's the link.
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    Mondya morning is soooooooooooo great...

    Not my self tonight it the worst

    And I do think Bionic is THE hit

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    Oh god the stupidity of those "little monster" never fails to astound me either. You will find them on YouTube on HER "FIGHTER" & "LADY MARMALADE" clips calling her a copycat in them..WHEN WILL THE MADNESS END?!!!!!! I enjoy reading the reviews of Bionic, but the moment the word "Gaga" comes up, I just stop reading it completely..pure ignorance and just laziness on their part BIONIC DOES NOT SOUND ANYTHING LIKE GAGA, MUSICALLY & LYRICALLY!!...I would compare her upbeat songs to Britney's Blackout though (which I believe is a good album).

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    I thought Christina's outfit in KEEPS GETTING BETTER was reminiscent of her outfit & make up in TELL ME (2006) with P.Diddy? OR DID PEOPLE ALL OF A SUDDEN CATCH AMNESIA after hearing Gaga?!!...HYPOCRISY, people need to do some serious research before putting plagiarism & Christina in the same sentence....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelFromAbove View Post
    Just because a song does not have a generic radio sound does not mean that it's better, which is the case with Birds of Prey. It is not radio friendly, but it's not a better song than any of the material on the standard edition.

    Monday Morning, Stronger Than Ever, and I Am are definitely where she delivered as far as experimenting with different sounds as far as the deluxe edition is concerned; I can definitely agree that they do not follow the current brand of pop.

    However, let's not ignore You Lost Me, Sex For Breakfast, and Lift Me Up on the standard edition. Those tracks certainly do not follow the current trend in music. While she could have experimented with her sound more, like Alicia Keys did with her latest album, there are some solid and/or experimental songs from both the standard and deluxe edition. Now, Bobblehead, is just...no.
    Christina's ballads are always solid, I wasn't talking about them.

    The deluxe edition songs are unquestionably better and unique in contrast to the generic songs on the standard edition. She wanted something 'bionic', not 'generic'. This album would have been huge if all of the commercial songs weren't played to death over the last four years.

    Aguilera doesn't need commercial-friendly, generic and shitty songs. She has already established a solid fan base. She can now sell CDs off name alone...so why she is teaming up with people like Polow blows my mind. The Ladytron, Sia, Goldfrapp songs...that's what we were all hoping for. Something fresh from a major artist.

    The album is receiving garbage reviews...which is really sad because we all know she's better than this album.
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