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|Studio album by Christina Aguilera|
|Released||October 26, 2002|
|Christina Aguilera chronology|
|Singles from Stripped|
Stripped is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Christina Aguilera, released on October 26, 2002, by RCA Records. Looking to transition from the teen pop styles and marketing from her debut album Christina Aguilera (1999), she took creative control over her next project. During its promotion, she adopted a provocative alterego called "Xtina", which was subject to controversy in the United States. The album's music incorporates R&B genres with elements of soul, rock, Latin, and hip hop. As executive producer, Aguilera enlisted collaborators including Scott Storch and Linda Perry.
Upon its release, Stripped received generally mixed reviews from music critics, who criticized its lack of musical focus and Aguilera's songwriting. The album debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 330,000 copies; it has since been certified 4x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), with sales of 4.4 million copies. The album peaked at number two in the United Kingdom and became its 73rd best-selling album of all time. To date, it has sold over 16 million copies worldwide. Stripped earned Aguilera several accolades, including multiple Grammy Award nominations, winning one.
Five singles were released from the album. Its lead single "Dirrty" was criticized for its explicit content and accompanying music video. Its second single "Beautiful" became one of Aguilera's most successful songs, peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100; its music video garnered much attention by touching on anorexia nervosa, homosexuality, bullying, self-esteem and transgender issues. "Fighter", "Can't Hold Us Down" and "The Voice Within" were released as the third, fourth and fifth single from the album. She embarked on the Justified & Stripped Tour alongside Justin Timberlake, and the Stripped Live... on Tour to promote the album.
It was confirmed that Aguilera would be working with writing and production stars; Alicia Keys, Scott Storch, Glen Ballard and Linda Perry. Singer Alicia Keys worked on the track "Impossible" with Aguilera, the two spent three days recording in New York City in the Electric Lady studios. Linda Perry worked alongside Aguilera on the album and she wrote the ballad "Beautiful" for which she said “I never in a million years expected her to gravitate towards that, And when she did, it was hard for me to let go of that song, because it's really special for me. So the deal was, 'I need to hear how you sing it'. And when I heard her, I said, 'okay'." ‘’Stripped’’ is composed of 20 tracks which were produced by producers such as Scott Storch and throughout has a mix of themes and genres.
Aguilera discussed the concept behind the album several times saying “The whole vision for the record was to be really raw and real” she added “Just really baring who I really am”. During the production of the album Aguilera was travelling through different parts of the world. Aguilera stated that songwriter Linda Perry had an influence on her work saying “I really, really loved the Linda Perry songs”. Aguilera told MTV that Perry helped her unload a lot of frustration and she also learned to relieve stress by screaming and to accept mistakes. She added; "She taught me that imperfections are good and should be kept because it comes from the heart. It makes things more believable and it's brave to share them with the world." Aguilera said on the name of the album: "Coming off of the height of being a part of such a big pop-craze phenomenon, that imagery of that cookie-cutter sweetheart, without it being me, I just had to take it all down and get it away from me. And that is why I actually named the album Stripped, because it is about being emotionally stripped down and pretty bare to open my soul and heart."
The album is influenced by many different subjects and music styles, including R&B, soul, rock and hip hop. The album also features several explicit themes, with Aguilera adopting an alterego called "Xtina". The album opens with "Stripped Part 1", which describes her musical change in the lines "Sorry you can't define me/ Sorry I break the mold/ Sorry that I speak my mind/ Sorry don't do what I'm told". The second track "Can't Hold Us Down" featuring rapper Lil' Kim is a hip hop record and lyrically it speaks of feminism, female standards and sexual hypocrisy. The track "Impossible" which Aguilera worked with Alicia Keys says lyrically "How can I, how can I give you all my love, baby/ If you're always, always putting up your guaaarrrd/ This is not a circus, don'tcha play me for a clown". Aguilera discussed her ex-boyfriend Jorge Santos in the tracks "Infatuation" and "Underappreciated" and the song "Infatuation" lyrically speaks of falling in love opposed to "Underappreciated" which talks of falling out of love. Aguilera said:
"I feel like it is a new beginning [...] a re-introduction of myself as a new artist in a way, because for the first time people are really seeing and getting to know how I really am.
The ballad "Beautiful" written by Linda Perry has been noted for its John Lennon inspired themes which features a string arrangement and a piano part and themes of R&B. The songs "Dirrty" and "Get Mine, Get Yours" lyrically talk about sexual exploration. The album features the track "I'm OK" which lyrically talks about her troubling past with her fathers domestic abuse. Aguilera talked on the subject saying "I definitely wrote that song not to badmouth him at all, but one, for a healing process for myself, and two, to give people hope or a voice to relate to. To know that you can get through it and that it will be OK". It is a personal account of her emotionally distressing childhood. She speaks about her father and her painful memories from her early life. She explained that she recorded this song for a healing process and to give people in the same situation a voice to relate to. Aguilera stated that she is set on breaking away from teen pop and she wanted to explore new musical territory and as MTV News states "a highly personal proclamation of independence and adulthood".
|The Village Voice||unfavorable|
Stripped received mixed reviews from most music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 55, based on 14 reviews, which indicates "mixed or average reviews". Entertainment Weekly called the album an "overlong, 20-track workshop", writing that "Stripped dabbles in vampy soul, quasi-metal, piano-bar intimacy, quiet-storm R&B, bounce-bounce hip-hop, and semi-exotic rock, all of it dutifully accomplished”. Spin gave it a six out of 10 rating and stated, "As an artistic statement, Stripped is all over the place—it's a move toward hip-hop, it's a move toward rock, it's ghetto, it's Disney." Q gave the album two out of five stars and commented that "bra-burning rhetoric and gospel warbling make poor substitutes for addictive songs, and nothing here rivals her previous best, 'Genie In A Bottle'."
Rolling Stone called it as an album for grown-ups and despite giving the album 3 stars out of 5, it said "Aguilera's voice continues to grow richer and on belters such as 'Cruz' she can out-Whitney Whitney [Houston]". BBC Music gave the album a mixed review saying, "From start to finish Stripped is as full-on bold and over the top as most of Christina's outfits [...] much of this seems to be an exercise in stretching the vocal chords to weak backing tracks." The Village Voice panned its lyrical content and described it as "nü-Mariah on mood stabilizers, extended with pseudo-pastiches of semi-popular songs." Stylus Magazine commented that "[t]his record feels like a failure of self-censorship. Aguilera, in her quest to be up front and real, is far more stripped than anyone wants to see her. She would be well advised to rein in her artistic freedom and heed the advice of record executives who actually do sometimes know best." Slant Magazine gave the album three out of five stars saying, "Stripped is more an event than an album [...] so overproduced and overwrought that it could easily pass for a Janet album."
The album was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album and the lead single "Dirrty" was nominated for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals in 2003, while "Can't Hold Us Down" got the same nomination a year later. The second single "Beautiful" received a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. The Jonas Åkerlund-directed music video for "Beautiful" garnered much attention, as it touched on the subjects of anorexia nervosa, homosexuality, bullying, self-esteem and transgender issues. Simon Cowell noted that it is "one of the best pop songs ever written." In subsequent years, the likes of Adam Lambert, Kelly Clarkson, Taylor Momsen, Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Jordin Sparks, Demi Lovato and actress Jackee Harry cited the album and its subsequent singles as some of the greatest of the past decade.
Stripped debuted at number two in the U.S. selling over 330,000 copies, only behind Eminem's 8 Mile which debuted at number-one with 702,000 copies. The first single, "Dirrty" was an international success, but failed to reach the top forty in the U.S., and Aguilera's record label quickly released "Beautiful" as a follow-up single. "Beautiful" and as well as the proceeding singles "Fighter", "Can't Hold Us Down" and "The Voice Within" helped Stripped become one of the steadiest selling albums in 2003, coming in at No. 10 on the Billboard year-end list of the top selling albums of the year. To date, the album has sold over 4.4 million copies in the US. It also debuted at number three in Canada with sales of 14,000 copies, and eventually went 3× Platinum in Canada.
In the UK, Stripped debuted at number 19, it consistently stayed in the top twenty during 2003 and early 2004. It was certified 5× Platinum, became the 3rd best-selling album of 2003, and eventually sold 1,850,852 copies ranking it at number seventy-three on the list of The UK's 100 best-selling albums of all time. In December 2004, Stripped was certified 3× Platinum by the IFPI for shipments of more than 3 million copies inside Europe and is also 4× Platinum in Australia despite only reaching a peak of number seven. In Germany, it remains her best-selling album of her career with 500,000 copies sold, reaching platinum there. Due to the success of the album's five singles, it remained in the German Albums Chart for 77 weeks, making it the longest-staying album in that chart of her career. In the first half of 2003 Stripped was one of the best selling albums in Poland. To date the album has sold over 16 million copies worldwide.
The first single from the album was "Dirrty" featuring rapper Redman. The song received mixed reception from critics and most notably the accompanying music video received a lot of criticism for its explicit content, however the video was nominated for several MTV Video Music Awards for "Best Female Video", "Best Dance Video", "Best Pop Video" and "Best Choreography" however it failed to win all three. "Dirrty" was also nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals" at the 45th Grammy Awards. The song charted well in Europe, however it failed to make an impact in the United States peaking at number 48.
The second single "Beautiful", penned by Linda Perry, was released to a great response from critics. The song was released to a great chart performance topping the charts in the UK becoming her second consecutive number one and the single peaked at number two in the United States which was her highest single entry from the album. Its music video garnered much attention by touching on anorexia nervosa, homosexuality, bullying, self-esteem and transgender issues. The track was nominated for several awards including a nomination from the MTV Europe Music Awards for "Best Song", it was also nominated in the same category at the 2004 Grammy Awards where it was also nominated for "Best Remixed Recording" and winning a Grammy for "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance".
The third single "Fighter" was released to a good commercial reception. The video was nominated for several awards including Video of the Year for the Juno Awards and the MVPA Awards. The Scott Storch penned peaked at number 20 in the United States however it fared much better elsewhere peaking at number three in Canada and in the UK. The fourth single "Can't Hold Us Down" featuring rapper Lil' Kim was released to a good reception from critics gaining a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals which it failed to win. The song fared well commercially peaking at number 12 in the United States and going to number five in Australia becoming one of the most commercially successful of the album. The final single "The Voice Within" received a great reception from critics and also a good commercial reception in the US where it peaked at number 33. In the UK, the song peaked at number nine, and in Canada it peaked at number 10. The video was nominated for three MTV Video Music Awards for "Best Female Video", "Viewers Choice" and "Best Cinematography". In March 2008, the track "Walk Away" entered at number 35 on the official Danish Singles Chart.
Promotion for Stripped started on October 28, 2002, when she performed "Beautiful" on Late Show with David Letterman, wearing a black gown, a black fedora, and black heels. On November 1, 2002, Aguilera appeared on the Today Show where she performed a number of songs, including "Beautiful" and "Impossible". On November 4, 2002, Aguilera was a guest on the The Daily Show promoting Stripped. She appeared on The View and performed "Beautiful" and "Impossible" later in the same week. She performed "Dirrty" on MTV Europe Music Awards on November 14, 2002, reacreating the stage as a boxing ring while entering the stage riding a motorcycle and wearing assless chaps during the performance, as seen in the music video for the song. She also performed the song on T4 and Top of the Pops where she also gave a performance of the second single from the album "Beautiful". The same year she performed the song on VH1 Awards.
Aguilera performed "Beautiful" on the American Music Awards in January 13, 2003 alongside with "Impossible". On January 25, 2003, Aguilera gave a performance on the German television show Wetten, dass..? singing "Beautiful". Aguilera also gave a performance of the song on Saturday Night Live on March 15, 2003 where she also performed the third single from the album, "Fighter". This song also became the official anthem for the 2003 NBA Playoffs and was heard during the NBA Finals commercials. An official video was even shot for the NBA Finals. Aguilera performed alongside with Madonna and Britney Spears during the ceremony a medley of the songs "Like a Virgin" and "Hollywood", where Madonna kissed both Aguilera and Spears during the performance, making huge tabloid stories and fuss from the public, and marking it as one of the most iconic performances from the MTV Video Music Awards history. Later that night, she also performed "Fighter" with guitarrist Dave Navarro on the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, on August 28, 2003. In 2004, Aguilera performed "Beautiful" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and on Late Show with David Letterman performing "Walk Away". On February 8, 2004, Aguilera performed "Beautiful" on the Grammy Awards.
Aguilera supported the album with two different tours. The Justified & Stripped Tour with singer Justin Timberlake took place in North America, while the Stripped Live... on Tour took place in Europe, Japan and Australia. The concert tour consisted of 85 shows. Aguilera was expected to return to North America in the summer of 2004, however, the 29 dates were canceled at the last minute due to Aguilera suffering vocal cord injuries. The tour is estimated to have grossed over US $75 million internationally for a grand total of over US $115 million when combined with Justified & Stripped Tour. It was one of the most successful tours of 2003 and also one of the most lucrative. It remains Aguilera's most successful tour to date. In late 2004, the concert DVD called Stripped Live in the U.K. was released. In the UK on December 8, 2008 Stripped was re-released featuring the Stripped Live in the UK DVD.
Credits adapted from the liner notes of Stripped.
|2.||"Can't Hold Us Down" (featuring Lil' Kim)||4:15|
|5.||"Primer Amor Interlude"||0:53|
|7.||"Loves Embrace Interlude"||0:46|
|8.||"Loving Me 4 Me"||
|15.||"Get Mine, Get Yours"||
|16.||"Dirrty" (featuring Redman)||4:58|
|17.||"Stripped Pt. 2"||0:45|
|18.||"The Voice Within"||
|20.||"Keep on Singin' My Song"||
|Australia (ARIA)||4× Platinum||280,000^|
|Austria (IFPI Austria)||Platinum||30,000x|
|Canada (Music Canada)||3× Platinum||300,000^|
|Denmark (IFPI Denmark)||Platinum||50,000^|
|New Zealand (RIANZ)||2× Platinum||30,000^|
|Netherlands (NVPI)||3× Platinum||240,000^|
|Norway (IFPI Norway)||Platinum||40,000*|
|Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)||Platinum||40,000x|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||5× Platinum||1,850,852|
|United States (RIAA)||4× Platinum||4,300,000^|
|Europe (IFPI)||3× Platinum||3,000,000*|
*sales figures based on certification alone
|Italy||October 26, 2002||RCA Records||CD (Standard edition)|
|Germany||October 28, 2002|
|France||October 29, 2002|
|New Zealand||December 1, 2003||Sony BMG||CD+DVD (Limited edition)|
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