From exposing her erotic side on her 2002 "Stripped" album to emulating pinup dolls in videos like "Candy Man" and "Ain't No Other Man" on "Back to Basics" in 2006, Christina Aguilera is all about reinventing herself.

Now, with the Nov. 11 release of "Keeps Getting Better: A Decade of Hits," which will be sold exclusively in Target, the 27-year-old singer is reinventing some old hits.

The album includes new versions of "Genie in a Bottle" and "Beautiful," titled "Genie 2.0" and "You Are What You Are (Beautiful)," respectively, plus the new songs "Keeps Getting Better" and "Dynamite." Staples such as "Dirty," "Come On Over" and "Hurt" also appear.

Produced by longtime collaborator Linda Perry, the new and remixed tracks all feature "futuristic sounds with beats driven more toward dance music," Aguilera says. "This time around, I'm playing with this superhero element based on the fact that fans have grown up with me since I was 17 and have continually supported my changes throughout the years."

"Keeps Getting Better" is already selling well online. It sold…

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