Kelly Clarkson: Stronger CD 2011 Deluxe Editions Includes Four Bonus Tracks

Deluxe Edition includes four bonus tracks. 2011 release, the fifth album from the international Pop icon and winner of the first ever American Idol. The vibrant, musically diverse Stronger (which Clarkson says was influenced by Tina Turner, Prince, Sheryl Crow, and Radiohead) will thrill those who love Clarkson for her resilience.

Clarkson co-wrote five tracks on Stronger, a process she feels is therapeutic and the first single off the new album is "Mr. Know It All". Kelly Clarkson has sold over 20 million albums worldwide (including 10 million in the U.S.) and notching seven singles on the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Track Listing

  Track # Title
1 Mr. Know It All
2 What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)
3 Dark Side
4 Honestly
5 You Love Me
6 Einstein
7 Standing in Front of You
8 I Forgive You
9 Hello
10 The War Is Over
11 Let Me Down
12 You Can't Win
13 Breaking Your Own Heart
14 Don't You Wanna Stay (with Jason Aldean) (Bonus Track)
15 Alone (Bonus Track)
16 Don't Be a Girl About It (Bonus Track)
17 The Sun Will Rise (Bonus Track)

Product Reviews

No longer needing to reassure her label and fickle fans in the wake of her wild detour My December, Kelly Clarkson settles into her skin on Stronger. Using 2009 s All I Ever Wanted as a rough template, Clarkson is nevertheless willing to dip back to the beginning of her career for skyscraping, crowd-pleasing power ballads, but she s assuredly not retreating. Kelly lives in the modern world, and quite cannily so, at times co-opting Rihanna and Katy Perry while also making room for a duet with country hunk Jason Aldean, all the while never seeming as if she s desperately chasing different demographics. Nevertheless, Stronger certainly has something for anybody who has ever loved Kelly: she belts out the show stopper Standing in Front of You, then turns around for a blast of furious pop-punk in I Forgive You ; she even dips her toe into brooding My December territory on The War Is Over, then pushes into the brilliantly dense pop of Let Me Down ; and she cheerfully gets tough on the girl power anthems Einstein and Don t Be a Girl About It (the latter only on the deluxe edition). Certainly, part of the variety is down to the multitude of producers and writers on Stronger, but the album s success is entirely due to Kelly Clarkson, whose personality and professionalism turn it into her best album since her Breakaway breakthrough in 2004. [This deluxe edition expands the original album with the inclusion of four bonus tracks, including "Don't Be a Girl About It."] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi


Kelly Clarkson
Drum & Bass Collections
24 October 2011
DELUXE ED. ~ Discs:1 ~ Country:USA
Sbme/Rca ( RCA )
Compact Disc


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