Christina Aguilera Albums Ranked

Christina María Aguilera (born December 18, 1980) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality. Her accolades include five Grammy Awards, one Latin Grammy Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Aguilera ranked at number 58 on Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Greatest Singers of All Time in 2008 and was included on Time’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2013. With estimated sales of 100 million records, she is one of the world’s best-selling music artists. Aguilera scored her second US number-one album with Back to Basics (2006), which drew inspiration from early 20th-century jazz, soul, and blues, and spawned the top-ten singles “Ain’t No Other Man”, “Hurt”, and “Candyman”. Her next three albums, Bionic (2010), Lotus (2012), and Liberation (2018), all experimented with various musical styles and reached the top ten in the US. Besides solo materials, Aguilera earned chart-topping entries with collaborations including “Lady Marmalade”, “Moves like Jagger”, “Feel This Moment”, and “Say Something”. Alongside her music career, Aguilera starred in the film Burlesque (2010) and was a coach on six seasons of the singing competition television series The Voice from 2011 to 2016. Here are all of Christina Aguilera’s albums ranked.

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8. Mi Reflejo (2000)

“I think this album is awesome and love how it represents music in espanol. Very beautiful and some good tunes to dance too. I would recommend this c.d. if you appreciate the instruments and how the sounds blended in with Christina’s voice.”

7. Liberation (2018)

“This music collection that is Liberation by Christina Aguilera is very envelope pushing and melds elements of hip-hop, soul, and pop music in a creative way. Fall In Line feat. Demi Lovato, Right Moves feat. Keida and Shenseea, Like I Do, Deserve, and Twice are some of the multiple entertaining hits on her Liberation collection that combine elements similar in a captivating way to such tunes as Ain’t No Other Man and Lady Marmalade (feat. Lil Kim, Mya,and Pink).”

6. Lotus (2012)

“This album has a very dance/pop feel to it, trading out some of her usual soul-pop for a more bubbly feel. She leads the album off with the ethereal “Lotus Intro,” which feels very electronic and smooth. The second track, “Army of Me,” is one of my favorites, and it very much recalls one of my favorite Xtina tracks, “Fighter.” The next two tracks incorporate an interesting blend of vintage soul and modern pop, and they are the only ones which echo her previous work significantly. Towards the album, there are several ballads, notably her song “Blank Page,” which is one of my other favorites. “Sing for Me” is also well done, and it is a powerful vocal showcase for Christina. “Cease Fire” is also another favorite, and , in my opinion, one of the stronger tracks on the album.”

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5. Keeps Gettin’ Better: A Decade Of Hits (2008)

“This is a must own item for true Christina Aguilera fans. Even if you already have a lot of these songs like I did. This cd/dvd set is a great collection, the only thing is it seems to be rare I looked for over a year to find a collection of her stuff like this. So I just pray there is enough copies to go around for all her fans!!! Another words get before it’s gone! The video quality is much better that those you tube versions.”

4. Bionic (2010)

“This album is infused with a very high brand of risky tongue-in-cheek humor and experimental aural explorations. Crank it up. Let your body and brain and neural pathways move in subtle new harmonic ways without judgment. Most people are underestimating this artist because she’s far ahead of everyone. Perhaps this collection will get more acclaim in ten years when the mainstream world catches up. Play it more.”

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3. Christina Aguilera (1999)

“All the released songs were hits for reasons. Genie In A Bottle while sounding formulated, is a great song and the beautiful ballads Reflection and I Turn To You are stunning. I also love the catchy Come On Over and the unreleased catchy song Love Will Find A Way. I don’t get tired of listening to this, I really enjoy it still. I’m really looking forward to her new album and if it’s anything like this, then it’s gonna be great too.”

2. Stripped (2002)

“She puts so much passion into each song that it sounds like she’s crying throughout each and every song. I thank Christina for releasing an album like this and letting us into her life, letting us know what she’s been through. The songs that I identify with are “Can’t Hold Us Down” because I hate society’s double standards when it comes to the sexuality of men and women, “Stripped Intro” (Not part 2!!!) “Fighter”, because I’ve been stabbed in the back several times by several people, “Beautiful”, “Make Over”, “Cruz”, “Soar”, “The Voice Within” and “Keep On Singin’ My Song”. Actually, every time I listen to “Beautiful”, “The Voice Within”, “Soar” and “Keep on Singing My Song”, and I am down or crying, these songs instantly lift me up, and when I feel ok, they make me feel so much better about myself.”

1. Back To Basics (2006)

“This is my favorite of them all! I love the whole retro vibe. There are also some amazing songs for instance “nasty naughty boy” gives you the feeling that you are in an old 50s style bar or burlesque lounge listening to her sing these extremely sexual lyrics. “Candyman” is a very fun song and “Aint no other man” is fun and catchy! Some of the other songs such as “mercy on me” are powerful and amazing, and “save me from myself” stays true to the 40s and 50s style of the album”