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Kelly Clarkson - Stronger Album
Kelly Clarkson - Stronger Album
Performer: Kelly Clarkson
Title: Stronger
Label: RCA, 19 Recordings
Country: Canada
Released: 21 Oct 2011
Style: Pop Rock, Power Pop, Synth-pop, Electro, Country Rock, Contemporary R&B
Cat: 88697-96180-2
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2828 mb | MP3 size: 2168 mb | WMA size: 2765 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock / R&b / Disco
Tracklist

1Alone
Engineer – Ryan WilliamsProducer – Josh Abraham, OligeeWritten-By – Bonnie McKee, Josh Abraham, Oliver Goldstein, Ryan Williams
2 Deluxe Edition Tracks
3You Can't Win
Drums – Josh FreeseEngineer – Ryan WilliamsProducer – Josh Abraham, OligeeProducer [Vocals] – Jason HalbertWritten-By – Felix Bloxsom, Josh Abraham, Kelly Clarkson, Oliver Goldstein
4Let Me Down
Producer [Vocals] – Jason HalbertProducer, Programmed By, Arranged By, Instruments, Recorded By – Chris DeStefanoWritten-By, Backing Vocals – Chris DeStefano, Kelly Clarkson
5Einstein
Backing Vocals – Kelly ClarksonProducer [Additional] – Heather J. Miley, Tim RobertsProducer, Instruments, Programmed By, Recorded By – Toby GadWritten-By – Bridget Kelly, James Fauntleroy, Kelly Clarkson, Toby Gad
6I Forgive You
Backing Vocals – Kelly Clarkson, Lauren ChristyBass – Thaddaeus TribbettDrums – Lee LevinGuitar – Brent Paschke, Dan WarnerProducer – Andre Lindal, Rodney "Darkchild" JerkinsRecorded By – Eric Greedy, Mike Donaldson, Orlando VittoWritten-By – Andre Lindal, Lauren Christy, Rodney Jerkins
7Honestly
Drums – Randy CookeEngineer – Greg Kurstin, Jesse ShatkinGuitar – Kevin DukesProducer, Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Programmed By – Greg KurstinWritten-By – Catt Gravitt, Robert Marvin, Tom Shapiro
8Hello
Drums – Felix BloxsomEngineer – Ryan WilliamsProducer – Josh Abraham, OligeeProducer [Vocals] – Jason HalbertWritten-By – Bonnie McKee, Josh Abraham, Kelly Clarkson, Oliver Goldstein
9The Sun Will Rise
Arranged By [Strings] – Deborah LurieBass – Paul BushnellDrums – Frank ZummoEdited By [Digital] – Paul DecarliEngineer [Additional] – Hatsukazu InagakiEngineer [Assistant] – Jimmy FaheyFeaturing – Kara DioGuardiGuitar – Phil XKeyboards, Programmed By – Kim BullardProducer, Keyboards [Additional], Programmed By [Additional] – Howard BensonRecorded By – Mikael PlotnikoffTechnician [Drums] – Jon NicholsonTechnician [Guitar] – Marc VangoolWritten-By – Danelle Leverett, Kyle Jacobs
10Don't Be A Girl About It
Producer, Programmed By, Arranged By, Instruments, Recorded By – Chris DeStefanoWritten-By – Brent Kutzle, Kelly Clarkson
11You Love Me
Drums – Felix BloxsomEngineer – Ryan WilliamsProducer – Josh Abraham, OligeeProducer [Vocals] – Jason HalbertWritten-By – Josh Abraham, Kelly Clarkson, Oliver Goldstein
12The War Is Over
Backing Vocals – Kelly ClarksonProducer, Instruments, Programmed By, Recorded By – Toby GadWritten-By – Olivia Waithe, Toby Gad
13Mr. Know It All
Co-producer – Ester DeanGuitar – Andre FrappierProducer [Additional] – Dante JonesProducer [Vocals] – Dewain WhitmoreProducer, Keyboards, Programmed By – Brian KennedyRecorded By – Sean TallmanWritten-By – Brett James, Brian Seals, Dante Jones, Ester Dean
14What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)
Engineer – Greg Kurstin, Jesse ShatkinProducer, Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Programmed By – Greg KurstinWritten-By – Ali Tamposi, David Gamson, Greg Kurstin, Jörgen Elofsson
15Don't You Wanna Stay
Featuring – Jason AldeanProducer – Michael KnoxWritten-By – Andy Gibson, Jason Sellers, Paul Jenkins
16Standing In Front Of You
Arranged By [Strings] – John Mark PainterBass – Tony LucidoDrums – Miles McPhersonDulcimer [Hammered] – Craig DuncanEngineer – Joe BaldridgeEngineer [Additional] – Buckley MillerEngineer [Assistant] – Nathan YarboroughGuitar – Aben Eubanks, Chris Rodriguez, Jerry McPhersonProducer, Producer [Vocals], Keyboards – Jason HalbertProgrammed By – Chris DyeStrings [The Love Sponge String Quartet] – David Davidson, John Catchings, Kris WilkinsonWritten-By – Aben Eubanks, Kelly Clarkson
17Dark Side
Engineer – Greg Kurstin, Jesse ShatkinProducer, Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Programmed By – Greg KurstinWritten-By – Alex G., Busbee
18Breaking Your Own Heart
Bass – Paul BushnellDrums – Frank ZummoEdited By [Digital] – Paul DecarliEngineer [Additional] – Hatsukazu InagakiEngineer [Assistant] – Jimmy FaheyGuitar – Phil XGuitar [Solo] – Dann HuffProducer – Howard BensonRecorded By – Mikael PlotnikoffWritten-By – Jennifer Hanson, Michael Logen

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
88697-96180-2Kelly Clarkson Stronger ‎(CD, Album, Dlx)RCA, 19 Recordings88697-96180-2US2011
88697-56801-2Kelly Clarkson Stronger ‎(CD, Album)RCA, 19 Recordings88697-56801-2Canada2011
noneKelly Clarkson Stronger ‎(17xFile, AAC, Album, Dlx, 256)RCAnoneUK2011
CDRCA7330Kelly Clarkson Stronger ‎(CD, Album, Dlx)19 Recordings, RCA, Sony MusicCDRCA7330South Africa2011
88697-56801-2Kelly Clarkson Stronger ‎(CD, Album)RCA, 19 Recordings88697-56801-2US2011

Credits

  • A&RJeff Aldrich
  • Art Direction, DesignMeghan Foley
  • Creative DirectorErwin Gorostiza
  • Engineer [Mix Assistant]Phil Seaford
  • Engineer [Mix]John Hanes
  • Mastered ByChris Gheringer
  • Mixed BySerban Ghenea
  • Other [Hair] – Peter Butler
  • Other [Make-up] – Ashley Donovan
  • Other [Wardrobe Styling] – Steph Ashmore
  • Photography ByHarper Smith, Justin McIntosh

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 86979 61802 2

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – 19 Recordings Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Licensed To – RCA Records
  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc.

Album

Stronger is the fifth studio album by American singer Kelly Clarkson, released on October 21, 2011 by RCA Records. The thirteen-song track-list features Clarkson collaborating with various new producers as well as with Howard Benson, whom she collaborated with on her previous album, All I Ever Wanted 2009. Wanting to stray away sonically from her previous albums, Clarkson's main objective was to record her vocal performances as it is heard in her live sets, and used as little auto-tune processing as. Kelly Clarkson's official music video for 'Stronger What Doesn't Kill You'. As featured on Greatest Hits - Chapter 1. Click to buy the track or album via. 3: in album Kelly Clarkson - Stronger 2011. Kelly Clarkson - Mr. Know It All. Kelly Clarkson - What Doesn't Kill You Stronger. Kelly Clarkson - Dark Side. Kelly Clarkson - Honestly. Kelly Clarkson - You Love Me. Kelly Clarkson - Einstein. Kelly Clarkson - Standing In Front Of You. Kelly Clarkson - I Forgive You. Kelly Clarkson - Hello. Kelly Clarkson - The War I. About Stronger. The fifth studio album by Kelly Clarkson, released on October 21, 2011 by RCA Records. Wanting to stray away sonically from her previous albums, Clarksons main objective was to record her vocal performances as it is heard in her live sets, and used as little auto-tune processing as possible. The album also marked the first release by Clarkson that did not cause a conflict with RCA her previous records, most notably My December, were released amidst conflict and controversy. The record is. Album 2011 14 Songs. Kelly Clarkson. Pop free to Kelly Clarkson Stronger Mr. Know It All, What Doesn't Kill You Stronger and more. 18 tracks 66:06. Stronger is the Grammy award-winning fifth studio album by Kelly Clarkson, released on October 21, 2011, by RCA Records. The album also marked the first release by Clarkson that did not cause a conflict with RCA her previous records, most notably My December, were. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2011 CD от Stronger на Clarkson's fifth studio album is based on a simple formula: 1 Put Clarkson in a room with a microphone 2 Give her a solid pop song to sing 3 Get the hell out of the way. It's a sound strategy. From the walloping breakup anthem Mr. Know-It-All to the closing roof-raiser, Breaking Your Own Heart, Stronger is as deft as any Clarkson album, with 13 catchy songs that hover between pop rock, R&B and Nashville all of them showcases for one of music's most remarkable voices. Clarkson remains a slightly wearying one-note artist she's a woun. Kelly Clarkson famously broke out of record label captivity with My December, her tepidly received 07 Alanis Morissette homage, and shes been atoning for it ever since. Clarkson can make anything sound good, usually without trying very hard, and she knocks down these lightweight Top 40 anthems and mid-tempo ballads as if she were swatting flies. Clarkson has two moods - scrappy and morose - and Stronger works every possible combination of both. While it lacks a knockout track, its familiar, comforting, and utterly unchallenging, a good album by a great vocalist who, its easy to still hope, is capable of a lot more

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