Fifteen years ago this week, Christina Aguilera’s “What a Girl Wants” became the first number one song of the 2000s. Since then, Aguilera’s career has grown exponentially, from winning four Grammys to a starring role in “Burlesque” to her work on “The Voice.” In tribute to her amazing career, we’ve created a station that features your favorite Christina Aguilera songs. We used our E.Q. system or “engagement quotient” to add up your plays, skips, hearts and bans, and came up with this definitive list.
If you’re in the US or Canada, check out Christina Aguilera Top 33 on Slacker
In part it is irrational because her roots are multiethnic, like me. I have at least Scot, Irish, Mexican, Spanish, French, and Yaqui in me.
This is a wonderful example of the melting pot. Many of us in the USA are just mutts. Interesting things happen when cultures mix. It also illustrates the fluidity of racial definitions. In the end we all should be judged by the content of our character.
Yes, I know Dirrty is misspelled.
Yes I know it’s silly.
Though I am appalled that she mentioned her 11 piercings (ugh!), it is sort of interesting to ponder where they all might be. *chuckle*
I’m into female vocalists, rock, pop, indie and electronic, including:
They Might Be Giants, Steely Dan, Frank Zappa, My Bloody Valentine, Stew, The Negro Problem, R.E.M., Elvis Costello & The Attractions, The Beach Boys, Talking Heads, Ben Folds, Ben Folds Five, Beastie Boys, New Order, Lana Del Rey, Blooper, Beck, PJ Harvey, Feist, Randy Newman, Morrissey, Los Lobos, Little Boots, Donald Fagen, Mazzy Star, Kate Bush, Joy Division, Grimes, The Smiths, Tree Wave, Christina Aguilera, Kanye West, Roxy Music, Tom Waits, 808 State, The Human League, Warren Zevon, The Puppini Sisters, Family Fodder, Fiona Apple, Brian Wilson, Cults, The Beatles, Elton John, Kitty Pryde, Johnny Cash, Devo, Lullabies, Bob Dylan, Public Image Ltd.
Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/artlung