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Editors’ Notes

Though many credit her joining The Voice for reigniting her career, Christiana Aguilera attributes her divorce as a “rebirth.” With her underwhelming film debut in Burlesque and 2010’s Bionic receiving mediocre reviews, it seemed like Aguilera’s seventh studio album would determine her future. Lotus is a dazzling comeback. Where Bionic came off as too conceptually tried, these songs sound organic in contrast, starting on the earthy “Lotus Intro” with Aguilera’s soliloquy likening her inner strength to that of the resilient flower. The following “Army Of Me” is a modern disco laced anthem of empowerment. As she sings, “Now I’ve found my second wind/ Now I’ve found my second skin,” she sounds honestly comfortable in that skin. And why shouldn’t she? Lotus was recorded in the comfort of her home studio where her friend Cee Lo Green dropped by to pipe-in on the grandiose “Make The World Move” before she and Blake Shelton duet with vocal pyrotechnics in “Just A Fool.”

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Stripped 0.2

Christina is back to her best... I've only heard a few tracks but...This album has the fan athems Army of Me and Shut Up.... The Dirrty club beats like YOUR BODY.... and amazing ballards like Blank Page that she did with Sia.... There is alot of buzz around this album so I hope it lives up to the hype... but from what I've heard so far it's gonna be amazing, even Christina herself is calling this Stripped 0.2. - cannot wait to hear the full thing when it drops 12th Nov.

A piece of art and an IMPRESSIVE album!

This wonderful piece of music (I would go as far to say it's art and a masterpiece) has included such fresh tracks, leaving you wanting more of Christina. Lotus is well put together, with the insane production having an impact on you much more than on any album. The lyrical skills of Aguilera is amazing to see and they have lovely double meanings instead of being obvious. Her voice is undeniably one of the best on the planet. She connects with you with such vulnerability in some songs and has a booming power to her voice in others. Christina portrays her emotions impeccably, you can feel her pain in many ways. This album is one I've been dying to hear and I wholeheartedly recommend it. Furthermore, it's one of those albums where you can pick out tracks depending on your mood but also-if you listen to it from beginning to end-everything flows and leads to the next song splendidly. This is not a generic LP, is still appeals to all demographics but it's a bit more experimental ao it's not boring. I hope you check out Lotus as it's not one to miss.


Born: 18 December 1980 in Staten Island, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A leader in the parade of Mickey Mouse Club veterans who stormed pop at the turn of the millennium, Christina Aguilera was the sexy, brassy diva of the bunch — the Rolling Stones to Britney Spears' Beatles, as it were. Initially, it was difficult to see Christina outside of the prism of Britney, whose 1999 success launched the new millennium's teen pop boom, but Christina's big hits of 1999 — "Genie in a Bottle," "What a Girl Wants," "Come on Over" — more than held their own with...
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Lotus (Deluxe Version), Christina Aguilera
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 09 November 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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