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Album: Keeps Gettin' Better (Remixes)

Artist: Christina Aguilera

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Keeps Gettin' Better (Remixes) By Artist Christina Aguilera

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Keeps Gettin' Better Christina Aguilera 4:06 USD 1.29
Keeps Gettin' Better Christina Aguilera 3:18 USD 1.29
Keeps Gettin' Better Christina Aguilera 3:19 USD 1.29
Keeps Gettin' Better Christina Aguilera 9:35 USD 1.29
Keeps Gettin' Better Christina Aguilera 9:04 USD 1.29
Keeps Gettin' Better Christina Aguilera 8:29 USD 1.29

Reviews For Keeps Gettin' Better (Remixes) By Artist Christina Aguilera

  • Love this chick!!

    By moppijmj
    Came across these remixes, they are AWESOME!! Christina! You amaze me. The lady has talent. Baggi mix is my favorite.
  • Baggi Begovic has very little lyrics

    By Peelbacks
    I read someone's review that their favorite mix was the Baggi Begovic. But it's basically insturmental. I'm disapponted. It's still a great mix, but you would enjoy it more if you're expecting more of an insturmental version. Just a warning.
  • Fantastic! Great for work-outs, etc.

    By fashionphoenix
    A really solid remix collection. You will not regret buying this. I recently bought a ton of dance mixes for my iPod, but these Xtina mixes made the final cut and I keep listening to them over and over again. The more I listen, the more I love it. I guess you could say they "keep getting better." Though, how how do you improve on perfection? Seriously, I get a great workout when listening to these tracks, they really get you moving. Great music for getting ready to go out and also for designing. It isn't that expensive (less than a latte), just get the whole album- you'll love it!
  • ((((wow))))

    By Lea B.
    Niiiiiice ;)
  • Jody den Broeder "Keeps Gettin' Better"

    By Remix Enthusiast
    Honestly, this is not one of my favorite Christina Aguilera songs. But, the "Jody den Broeder Super Club Mix" turned this mediocre song into a club banger.
  • Stick to the original!

    By Varga_4
    I bought the Jody den Broeder is not all that good and it is censored! I prefer the original one to any of these mixes.
  • Great song...

    By misskc
    Swt.....I like this song....
  • Thanks iTunes!

    By DCAnonymous
    First of all, the first remix is better then the original,because it adds more beats and makes it much cooler, plus its a clean version. It instead of 'some day i'm a superb**ch', its 'somedays i'm a superpshhh' and they take out damn to, but yeahh good remixes. Dynamite is a little to computerized, but its cool still.
  • NOT her best work

    By Joseph A. Sutton
    she sounds too dance. the original keeps gettin better while most remixes keep gettin worse
  • Ack

    By Kirk
    She should just go back to ballads seriously. This song/remixes does not give her voice justice.

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