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Album Review

Since Christina Aguilera is the third and last of the New Mickey Mouse Club alumni to hit the charts in the mid-'90s — following two members of 'N Sync and Britney Spears — it's easy for cynical observers to assume that she was the lesser of the three talents since she arrived last after everyone scaled the charts. That's not the case at all. If anything, Aguilera is the best of the three, blessed with a rich voice that's given the material it deserves. Her eponymous debut remains firmly within the teen-oriented dance-pop genre, but unlike Spears' album, this is done right. The songwriting is strong — the ballads are engaging, the dance numbers are catchy — the production is clean and uncluttered, letting Aguilera's voice take the foreground. Most impressively, she not only has charisma, she can actually sing, bringing conviction to these love and heartbreak songs. So, Christina Aguilera may be lightweight, but it's lightweight in the best possible sense — breezy, fun, engaging, and enjoyable on each repeated listen. Out of the deluge of teen-pop albums in 1999, this feels like the best of the lot.

Customer Reviews

Loved this album

i remember when I was a little kid, having my CD player and just listening to the song Blessed. Reflection, So Emotional, Love for all seasons, and of course Genie in a Bottle and What a Girl wants were soooo great. From the movie Mulan, to just kicking back and enjoying the music. Those were the days. She is a great singer. Wayy better than anyone she has been compared to, and you guys know who they are. She can BLOOOOW. Love ya Christina!

The Best of BubblePop

Nsync, Brittney Spears, Christina Aguilera. Three coming from the same place, and yet somehow, Christina is the only one who has any singing talent whatsoever. Christina can belt it like no other in "Candyman", while Brittney has to showcase her "voice" in digitized numbers like "Piece of Me" and "Toxic." Christina is, bar none, one of the most talented singers I've ever heard. She's got pipes that could power a jet, and yet can control it so well. Kudos to her.

A Design of a Decade

I randomly stumbled upon "I Turn to You", one of the first songs Christina Aguilera recorded as an up-and-coming artist. Not only did it bring back a torrent of memories from my first couple of years in high school, but a renewed appreciation for her talent. I immediately purchased this album and haven't regretted it. Her vocal range and intensity make each song solid and beautiful in their execution and, ultimately, lasting impression. The ballads are sweet, heart-wrenching and powerful. The upbeat tunes make me wish for a larger dance floor. Even after a decade, Christina is one of the world's loved musical idols...and things just keep gettin' better. ;D


Born: December 18, 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 "...Baby One...
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