Friday, May 28, 2010

Christine Aguilera

 Christine Aguilera

Not Myself Tonight 

I'm dancing alot and I'm taking shots I'm feeling fine
I'm kissing all the boys and the girls
Someone call the doctor cause I lost my mind

Five-time Grammy winner Christina Aguilera is set to release her latest album, Bionic, on June 8.Aguilera has also recently completed production on her first film, Burlesque, co-starring Cher, Stanley Tucci, and Kristen Bell, and due out in fall 2010.
Bionic will be Aguilera's first studio album since 2006's Back to Basics, which went platinum in more than a dozen countries, earned a Grammy Award for Best Pop Female Vocal Performance, and was named iTunes' Best Pop Album of the Year.

      Born on Staten Island on December 18, 1980, Aguilera spent her early childhood in Pittsburgh, PA. By age six, she began performing regularly in local talent shows, working her way to an appearance on the nationally televised competition Star Search. This was the true beginning of Aguilera’s professional career, leading her to joining Disney Channel’s reboot of The Mickey Mouse Club in 1992. Christina joined a cast that also featured future stars Britney Spears, Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake.
 Kate Perry

  California Girls 

Lyrics I Kissed A Girl
Us girls we are so magical
Soft skin, red lips, so kissable
Hard to resist so touchable
Too good to deny it
Ain't no big deal, it's innocent

Born on October 25, 1984 in a strict Christian family, Perry was later known for her song "Ur So Gay".Her parents were pastors and there was always gospel music in the family. In an interview Perry said that her mother used to ban her from listening to what they call "secular music" .
    Thus, young Perry was apt in gospel music until one day during a slumber party she heard the voice of Freddie Mercury. Inspired by the Queen frontman's style of singing she was metaphorically 'opened' to another possible side of music, although it was not until much later that this side of her will come out as her main music style.

Trivia Song of the Week

Leonard Cohen

Now I've heard there was a secret chord
That David played, and it pleased the Lord
But you don't really care for music, do you?
It goes like this
The fourth, the fifth
The minor fall, the major lift
The baffled king composing Hallelujah

This song was the debut single for Alexandra Burke, the 2008 winner of the UK X Factor show. Her version broke the record for Europe's fastest selling download and topped the UK chart. Its success prompted renewed interest in Jeff Buckley's rendition and as a consequence his version of Leonard Cohen's spiritual epic reached #2 just behind Alexandra Burke.

   It also prompted renewed interest in Leonard Cohen's original version. As a result the Canadian singer-songwriter got a look in on some chart action, gaining his very first UK Top 40 hit at the age of 74.
  Something that I wanted too say is how can you even go close to selecting Sheryl Crows version of Tomorrow Never Dies over K.D.Lang for the bond movie they must have rocks in their heads.
  Just listen too Crows version of Hallejulah, Lang makes her sound like an amateur. Sorry if it may sound harsh but it's the truth.

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