Christina Aguilera Makes Back to Basics Double!

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

The first half of the album is kind of a throwback with elements of jazz, blues and soul music combined with a modern-day twist, like hard-hitting beats," the singer explained.

And for the second disc, "We creatively went into our own zone and our own world together," Aguilera said of her work with Perry. "There are no cover songs, so we made more of a '20s, '30s vibe with an authentic and organic twist. There are no samples — it's all live music. One of the songs sounds like you entered a 1920s burlesque club, another song sounds like it was actually recorded in the 1920s, using a vintage microphone, so it's exciting stuff."


source:mtv.com
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