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Bionic [Parental Advisory]
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With 30 million albums sold worldwide and the prestigious honor of being the only artist under the age of 30 included in Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the 100 greatest singers of all time, 5 time Grammy Award winner Christina Aguilera has already achieved an unprecedented level of success.

Christina Aguilera’s highly anticipated 4th studio album ‘Bionic’ (RCA Records) is released June 7th, 2010. ‘Bionic’, featuring lead single ‘Not Myself Tonight’ is available in standard format and a deluxe version that features a 3D lenticular insert cover and five additional tracks.

Bionic features songs co-written by Aguilera along with her much buzzed about collaborations including Sia, Tricky Stewart, Polow Da Don, Le Tigre, Hill & Switch, and Ladytron among others. The album also features a ballad produced and written by Linda Perry titled “Lift Me Up”. The title Bionic reflects Aguilera’s ability to take her range to new levels and use her voice in various ways never heard before and she describes the album as a unique mix of many genres and styles of music.

Tracks:

1. Bionic
2. Not Myself Tonight
3. Woohoo feat. Nicki Minaj
4. Elastic Love
5. Desnudate
6. Love & Glamour (intro)
7. Glam
8. Prima Donna
9. Morning Dessert (intro)
10. Sex For Breakfast
11. Lift Me Up
12. My Heart (Intro)
13. All I Need
14. I Am
15. You Lost Me
16. I Hate Boys
17. My Girls feat. Peaches
18. Vanity
Album: Bionic
# Song Title   Time
1)    Bionic
2)    Not Myself Tonight
3)    Woohoo - (featuring Nicki Minaj)
4)    Elastic Love
5)    Desnudate
6)    Love & Glamour (Intro)
7)    Glam
8)    Prima Donna
9)    Morning Dessert (Intro)
10)    Sex for Breakfast
11)    Lift Me Up
12)    My Heart (Intro)
13)    All I Need
14)    I Am
15)    You Lost Me
16)    I Hate Boys
17)    My Girls - (featuring Peaches)
18)    Vanity
 
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Performer Notes
  • Recording information: Dreamland Studios; Dubsided, Los Angeles, CA; Kilburn Lane, London; Kung Fu Gardens, North Hollywood, CA; Larrabee Studios, Universal City, CA; Mad Decent Mausoleum, Philadelphia, PA; Mr. Dan's; No Excuses, Los Angeles, CA; Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA; The Bank, Burbank, CA; The Boom Boom Room, Burbank, CA; The Red Lips Room, Beverly Hills, CA.
  • Photographer: Alix Malka.
  • Subtlety not being part of Christina Aguilera's vocabulary, she trades the retro-swing of Back to Basics for the future-pop of Bionic, receiving assists from a roster that reads like a who's-who of progressive pop in 2010: M.I.A., Le Tigre, Peaches, and John Hill & Switch, known for their work with Santigold. But like the half-cyborg/half-diva illustration of the album cover, this revamp is only partial. Aguilera hedges her bets by adding a ballad from old friend Linda Perry, gets Tricky Stewart to produce a trio of cuts, drafts Polow da Don and Focus. to produce some heavy and slow R&B, respectively, letting enough air into the machines to reassure hesitant fans that she hasn't abandoned her roots. All this hesitancy means that for as many risks as it takes, Bionic doesn't feel daring. Apart from the stuttering opener of the title track and glassy chill of "Elastic Love," notably the two Hill & Switch productions, this never delivers the future shock it promises, but that's not necessarily a bad thing because the robot-diva hybrids are interesting even when they stumble. The deluxe edition of Bionic does suggest what the album could have been: it's supplemented by four bonus songs that are wildly imaginative, whether it's the clattering, chanting "Bobblehead," the cool synth glide of "Birds of Prey," the perfect new wave pop of "Monday Morning," or Sia's mournful ballad "Stronger Than Ever." In their place on the album proper are odes to fashion and fabulousness and power ballads, songs that play to Aguilera's persona without inhabiting it. The rest of the Bionic -- not just the hipster flirtations and Sia's trio of richly ruminative AAA ballads, but the tracks directly within Aguilera's wheelhouse, like Tricky Stewart's wildly successful, slinky "Desnudate" and the sultry slow burner "Sex for Breakfast" -- finds Christina not playing to expectations but simply acting as a natural diva and is all the more compelling for it. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Professional Reviews
Billboard (p.44) - "[F]rom the fidgety intro of the dub-tastic opening title track to punk-brat driving song 'My Girls' to Aguilera's gloriously restrained delivery on 'All I Need,' the 18-song set shows an artist confident enough to take direct cues from her tuned-in creative team."
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