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Burlesque (ost)
Artist: Various
UPC: 00886978020529
Label: Rca Records/Sbme
Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
    OUR PRICE: $7.13  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: November 2010
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Additional Information
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Track Listing
1 Something's Got a Hold on Me - Christina Aguilera
2 Beautiful People, The - Christina Aguilera
3 Welcome to Burlesque
4 Tough Lover - Christina Aguilera
5 But I Am a Good Girl - Christina Aguilera
6 Guy What Takes His Time - Christina Aguilera
7 Express - Christina Aguilera
8 You Haven't Seen the Last of Me
9 Bound to You - Christina Aguilera
10 Show Me How You Burlesque - Christina Aguilera
Release Date : 11/22/2010
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Soundtracks
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 31 minutes 53 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Review Expert : Billboard (p.72) - "Aguilera tackles jazzy Ella Fitzgerald and vampy Mae West covers....All together, it's a campy celebration of diva-dom and an over-the-top, triple-threat performance."
Misc Note : Recording information: East/West Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Kung Fu Gardens, North Hollywood, CA; Larrabee Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA; Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, CA; The Boom Boom Room, Burbank, CA; The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA; Triangle Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA. Photographer: Stephen Vaughan. The soundtrack to Christina Aguilera's silver screen debut Burlesque shines the spotlight on Xtina, who is in full-bore diva mode -- a return to the splashy swing of Back to Basics after the robotic R&B of Bionic. Of course, many of her collaborators from Bionic remain on Burlesque: Tricky Stewart is responsible for the glitzy dance, and Sia Furler co-writes the ballads, their contributions slotted between two Cher songs designed to push the narrative forward, two Etta James covers, a slice of heavy camp in the mincing "But I'm a Good Girl," and a Nicole Scherzinger co-written interpolation of Marilyn Manson's "The Beautiful People" that provides a bewildering conclusion to this soundtrack. Some of this stuff is quite good, particularly when Christina swings her hips to Etta's lead, bringing to mind the zest of "Ain't No Other Man." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine