I agree, I think Christina wanted to go full out electronic on the album but the label must've thought it wasn't commercial enough. Not that it matters the generic stuff hasn't exactly boosted sales!UKMusicLova wrote:I think the problem with "Bionic" was that she had some of the experimental stuff on there but then there was also some really generic urban/pop tracks on there too. I think it was a very confusing album and it almost sounded like 2 albums being stuck together.
She should have stuck with one sound.
I would be like her sticking electro music in the middle of "Back To Basics" - it doesn't work like that. I think it's pretty obvious that the generci music was a last minute label decision because most of them were rubbish anyway.
I agree. Her voice matches that sound perfectly, and despite what a lot of fans say, I thought "Back To Basics" was an incredible album from start to finish.willx wrote:Back to basics still is the best style that suits her voice, her appearance, everything. I mean, soul, jazz, blues, R&B. she should stick to that kind of music. well, her ballads are incredible too.
Haters maybe?JustForMe wrote:without people bashing her for 'stealing'.
She shouldn't stick to that kind of music forever but i do agree that her voice sounds amazing when she sings jazz/blues/soul/rnb!willx wrote:Back to basics still is the best style that suits her voice, her appearance, everything. I mean, soul, jazz, blues, R&B. she should stick to that kind of music. well, her ballads are incredible too.
Good for you.JustForMe wrote:Goodgreek_boy wrote:No way.JustForMe wrote:And maybe even more. It maybe an attempt to cover up the lack of creativity of other 'artists' by their PR teamsgreek_boy wrote:Haters maybe?
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My thoughts exactly.Thriller wrote:She looked such a mess during "Dirrty" and "Beautiful", just really skanky but it worked I guess.