Christina Aguilera-Ricky Martin - Nobody Wants To Be Lonely [SkidVid Gold]_XviD.avi (Size: 38.99 MB) (Files: 4)
Christina Aguilera-Ricky Martin - Nobody Wants To Be Lonely [SkidVid Gold]_XviD.avi
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ABOUT 'SkidVid Gold' VIDEOS. Over the coming months I will occasionally be releasing a series of videos tagged 'SkidVid Gold'. These are all songs/videos that have been selected by myself, and have been a success commercially, or simply because they are some of my all-time favourites. I hope you like them too. [skirgsk]
CHRISTINA AGUILERA AND RICKY MARTIN - NOBODY WANTS TO BE LONELY [SkidVid Gold_XviD], video released February 6th 2001.
Disc rip, no logos, edited and encoded 720x392 XviD
ScreenShots included in file.
'Nobody Wants To Be Lonely' was the second single from Ricky Martin's second English album, 'Sound Loaded'. Released in 2001, the single [which is a duet with Christina Aguilera] peaked at No.13 on the Billboard Hot 100 becoming Martin's 4th Top 20 hit and Aguilera's 6th Top 20 hit. The single also peaked at No.4 in the UK and No.6 in Australia. The single is most known for being a leader in showing that high profile singles could still do relatively well without major commercial releases [which helped usher in the social norm of today's singles]. 'Nobody Wants To Be Lonely' was not released in its original form, as the original album version was a soft heartfelt Latin ballad, sung only by Ricky Martin. The version released as a single features vocals obviously from both Martin and Aguilera, but also features a more up-tempo pop oriented production. In 2001, the song earned nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals but lost to Lady Marmalade, another collaboration which includes Aguilera. In this high profile duet of Latin superstars, Ricky Martin sees Aguilera in a darkened room. Aguilera immediately notes Ricky's presence asking him if he can hear her voice, describing it as a serenade so that his heart can find her. The two lonely lovers realize that the feeling of desperation is mutual causing them to question in unison, "Nobody wants to be lonely, So why...Why, why don't you let me love you?"