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Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera

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Life in Plastic, It's Fantastic

Report by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 15 October 1999

Who are all these new singers who go straight in at No 1? Caroline Sullivan on the rise of the boil-in-the-bag pop star ...

Las Ketchup: Hijas del Tomate/Christina Aguilera: Stripped

Review by Lisa Verrico, The Times, 18 October 2002

CURRENTLY TOP of the charts not only in their native Spain but right across Europe and — as of Sunday — in Britain as well, ...

Has Anyone Seen Christina?

Interview by Chris Heath, Rolling Stone, 14 November 2002

Because all we can find is Xtina, with her explosive beats, body piercings and broken glass.  ...

Christina Aguilera: Stripped (RCA) **

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, January 2003

Mini pop diva reinvents herself as Pink. ...

Christina Aguilera: Koko, London ****

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 22 July 2006

MAKING AN ENTRANCE worthy of Kylie, Christina Aguilera looks stunning. Having reined in her penchant for leather and cleavage and adopted a look inspired by ...

Christina Aguilera: Back To Basics (RCA)

Review by Dan Gennoe, Yahoo! Music, 14 August 2006

OF COURSE, the downside to success is that all those people who really do know better suddenly become reluctant to say "No". Even when they ...

Christina Aguilera: Bi-On-Ic

Review by Ian Gittins, Virgin Media Music, June 2010

CHRISTINA AGUILERA'S first album in four years finds the former golden girl of US pop re-emerging into a musical world where Lady GaGa has set ...

Christina Aguilera: Bionic

Review by Pete Paphides, The Times, 4 June 2010

Sounding older and more confident than early, effortful works such as 'Genie in Bottle', the singer puts the X in Xtina. ...

Christina Aguilera: Bionic (RCA) ***

Review by Andy Gill, The Independent, 4 June 2010

ON THE FACE OF IT, Christina Aguilera's fourth studio album offers plenty of intriguing potential new directions, featuring as it does collaborations with the likes ...


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