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Vanity - Christina Aguilera - Bionic (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 19,  · Christina Aguilera’s legendary fourth studio album Bionic turns 10 this year and the siren-voiced singer gives her fans “a peek at some early #Bionic concepts and single artwork.” Aguilera shared a slide show, showcasing some work in progress for the album cover art done by the UK artists DFace, and photographer Alix Malka.
  2. Listen to Morning Dessert (Intro), a song by United States artist Christina Aguilera off the Bionic (Deluxe Edition) Music Album. Free Listening on Pendona Music.
  3. Jun 04,  · Christina starts us off with the title track "Bionic" saying that she's going to take over our minds and we'll shout her name "X-X-X-T-T-T-I-I-I-N-N-N-A". The next song is "Not Myself Tonight", where Christina pretty much admits this album isn't who she is /5().
  4. Bionic. Christina Aguilera. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app Share. 1. Vanity Christina Aguilera. Other Albums by Christina Aguilera. Liberation. Christina Aguilera. Telepathy (Remixes) Christina Aguilera. Just Be Free. Christina Aguilera. Lotus. Christina Aguilera.
  5. Jun 09,  · A day like today, the 8th of June, but 10 years ago Christina Aguilera was launching her sixth album titled “Bionic” and to celebrate this event the singer has decided that the song “Little Dreamer” to be available for the first time in all digital platforms.. This theme was only possible to find it as an additional track on iTunes, which is why the fans of Christina Aguilera have been.
  6. May 25,  · Published on May 25, Writer (s):Christina Aguilera, John Hill, Dave Taylor, Kalenna Harper Bionic is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Christina Aguilera. It .
  7. "Vanity" is a song by American recording artist Christina Aguilera, from her sixth studio album Bionic (). The song was written by Aguilera, Claude Kelly and Ester Dean, while production was handled by Dean. It is a dance-pop song, with elements of electropop. Lyrically, it is about loving one's self-image, beauty, and being vain. The song received favorable reviews from music critics.
  8. After a four-year hiatus, Christina—or “Xtina”—is back with 18 tracks that find the artist straddling the line between Lady Gaga and Regina Spektor, with a smattering of the overindulgent schmaltz that has become synonymous with the majority of the post-Mickey Mouse Club cohort of female pop singers.

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