The digital version of Christina Aguilera will feature the original album along with rare versions, remixes and a cappella tracks, many of which have never been officially released before. In Aguilera’s official store, there will be a limited run of 1,000 bundles that feature both vinyl and cassette versions of the album, a certificate of authenticity that will be autographed and numbered, a selection of retro merch and a digital download.
Urban Outfitters will also carry their own limited edition vinyl pressing of the album on “Genie Fiery Orange Vinyl.” It will be available in-stores and online August 23rd.
Aguilera was 18-years-old when her debut album took off. The LP debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200 while all four singles — “Genie in a Bottle,” “What a Girl Wants,” “I Turn to You” and “Come on Over (All I Want Is You)” — were Top 10 hits. The following spring, Aguilera won Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards, beating out Britney Spears, Kid Rock and Macy Gray.
While Aguilera had taken a few years off from music and performing, she returned last summer with her eighth album Liberation and embarked on her first live tour in a decade. She also returned to acting in 2018 with a role in the Amazon Studios sci-fi feature Zoe alongside Ewan McGregor and Rashida Jones.