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Dirrty [Single, Maxi]

Christina Aguilera Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (11 Nov 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B00006J9RF
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 152,016 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dirrty (radio version)
2. Dirrty (full length)
3. I Will Be
4. Dirrty (video)

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Dirrty

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Catchy, Funky and a great single 4 Nov 2002
Format:Audio CD
Christina has been away for a while and has left us with no idea of what she had in store, but now that is over and her 'come-back' single entitled 'Dirrty' is outstanding!
Its an RnB single and features Redman. Its refreshing to see that its Redman and not another single featuring Ja Rule or Fat Joe.
The single is fast passed and with a great catchy chorus is bound to do well in the charts.
Her voice is at the top once again and this song does not fail to delivery the goods!
Buy the album, its also a excellant piece of work.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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That voice...We all know whos it is, is back! Christina! She brought us some great tracks in the past but she's returned to the music industry to give us more edgey music! DIRRTY is a fab hit, mixed with energy, funk, RnB, hip hop, attitude and fun! It's literally about getting dirty: sexually, mentally and physically. It's a fun type of song, letting your imagination run wild. A brilliant song, with an all new Christina!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Christina Aguilera gets "dirrty"! 3 Nov 2002
By "chick_flick" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Despite the much controversy surrounding this song, "Dirrty" is a great hip-hop song and might even be one of Christina Aguilera's best. This CD single is a must for all those who love "Dirrty". Here are the listed tracks:
1.) "Dirrty" ['No Rap' Edit] ~ this version of the song is okay, but it doesn't have the rap part in it, which is a good part of the song. 3/5 stars
2.) "I Will Be" ~ nice bonus song! I like it. 4/5 stars
3.) "Dirrty" ~ now here's the radio version! You all have heard it. This song is extremely catchy with a good beat. 5/5 stars
4.) "Dirrty" [enhanced video] ~ the full-length, much-talked about video. One word: awesome! 5/5 stars
Christina's vocals are better than ever and this is an amazing song...despite what some people would think. Sure, the lyrics are a bit nasty but why else would Christina call this song, "Dirrty"?! Can't wait to hear her 'Stripped' album!
I highly recommend the "Dirrty" CD single.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Title single- OK, B-side- AMAZING! 15 Oct 2002
By "crunkluvr" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ok, so "Dirrty" isn't exactly the greatest song ever, but it's not horrible either. It sounds like almost every other song on the radio these days, with one major exception- that voice. Christina is definately one of the most talented artists of our time and frankly it's a bit of a shame to see her waste her immense vocal talent on something like this.
Well, if you feel like I do, there's hope- the b-side "I Will Be." It's a gorgeous ballad- very personal, not over-the-top, and showcases her powerful pipes. And that song alone is worth your money.
Or, if you feel like getting dirrty, the cd is enhanced with the title track's video.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Teen-Pop Sensation Transformed Forever 13 Dec 2003
By Busy Body - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Christina Aguilera was once a bouncy young girl who sang about relationships and boyfriends. That was four years ago. She's now not only the biggest female artist in the world (with the exception of Britney) but the most respected because of her lyrics and her voice. Her transformation from teen-pop singer to slick and smooth powerful icon is amazing. She may well be riding on the success of the current teen-pop hate scene which was born as 2002 started, but she's enjoying the ride while she can. In late 2002, Christina released her second proper album titled "Stripped." It was a slow seller at first, but a long one; it's still in the charts as I type and will continue its success well into 2004 by my estimations. This is mainly due to the five massive singles that have come from it. The first single to be released is the most notorious of them all: Dirrty...

For the best part of 2002 Christina Aguilera was a laughing stock for her outrageous hair in the video to "Lady Marmalade." That changed, albeit briefly, as that year ended when the world saw the video to Dirrty. All those straight-laced mothers desperate to protect their daughters from the 'appalling' sight in front of them were obviously disgusted. Christina Aguilera flashing her ass and nether-regions? Well, I never! What people fail to realise is that Christina is simply expressing herself and doing as she pleases. She's not listening to what anyone has to say if it's negative. She'll focus on the positive and know deep down that her reward is waiting somewhere along the line.

So what about the actual song? Well, the video was so shocking that the song flopped big time in the US. Christina's old fanbase love the ballads, and they believe her voice sounds horrifying on this. In the UK, however, it's a different matter. The song stormed to No.1 for two weeks in November 2002 and the video is easily the most played since Britney's "Baby One More Time." The video is probably being played as we speak. It tops the charts still a year later as the most requested video on The Box and other such stations. If you put it up for request on TRL UK, it'd almost certainly be No.1. Anyway, back to the song.

It starts off with the sound of chains crunching, then Christina whispering in the background along with Redman. The beat is subdued, and the song is just ready to blow up. It then starts, and Christina sings "Ladies! Gentlemen!" and the whole song just kicks off. After about 40 seconds, Christina starts singing the verse, "Oooh, I'm overdue, gimme some room, I'm coming through. Paid my dues, in the mood, me and my girls come shake the room. DJ spinnin', show your hands, let's get dirrty, that's my jam. I need that, uh to get me off, sweatin' till my clothes come off." She then sings, "It's explosive, speakers are thumpin', still jumpin', six in the morning, table dancing, glasses are crashing, no question time for some action. temperature's up, 'bout to erupt. Gonna get my girls, get your boys, gonna make some noise." The beat revs up even more as she sings the explosive chorus, "Gonna get rowdy, gonna get a little unruly. Get it fired up in a hurry. Wanna get dirrty, it's about time that I came to start the party. Sweat drippin' over my body. Dancin', getting just a little naughty. Wanna get dirrty, it's about time for my arrival."

The second verse then kicks in as Christina's vocals increase, as does the second chorus. The bridge then starts. It's one of the best parts of the song where Christina sings, "Here it comes, it's the one you've been waiting on. Get up get it rough, yup that's what up. Givin' just what you love to the maximum, Uh oh, here we go. What to do when the music starts to drop. That's when we take it to the parking lot and I bet you somebody's gonna call the cops. Uh oh, here we go." Redman then sings his rap. It adds an even more rough edge to the song, if that were possible. The chorus is then repeated more as Christina's vocals go through the roof, and the song ends abruptly with the words, "Uh, what?"

Overall, this was THE song of 2002 in the UK. Every teenager loved this song to the max. People boomed it out of their speakers at schools and colleges all over the nation. It brought people together. People who loved pop, people who loved rock - all joined by one song. It doesn't happen very often, but when it does you have to savour the moments. I hated the song to begin with, but it did begin to grow on me. It's not the best song to released from Stripped, but it was very close. Buy it now you Americans and discover why you missed out on this classic dance anthem.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outrageous but so addictive! 19 Jan 2004
By Kali - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
People have really given this song a panning in the past. When I first heard it and saw the raunchy video my first thought was "oh no! Not another smutty song!"
However I decided to give it a chance, and watched and listened to it again and I have to admit I really like it!
It's rude, crude, baaaaaad, and TOTALLY outrageous, both the video and the lyrics but it is SO tongue in cheek you just have to love it!!
Also this is a great dance song, with a nifty beat and wickedly and obviously dirrrrty lyrics. Add to this Christina Aguilera dancing like a demon and singing like a recently Fallen Angel and you have one really HOT song.
I can understand why some people don't like it but each to their own I say!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Complete shock! 16 Sep 2005
By Cristine - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I love "Dirrty"! It's a great pop song & the video was hot too. I don't know why people make such a big deal about it. I've seen Madonna do alot worse. I like this song because it has a great dance beat & it really makes you wanna get down. I love her transformation from bubbly teen to sexy young woman, it was shocking to many but I like it.
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