I have absolutely 0% interest in her cheesy written-by-committee music, but seeing as how her dual/tri flavored album has done so well, do you think we'll see more of this multi-disc cross marketing in the future? As far as I know, this hasn't been done before. I know in the 40's & 50's record companies would have several singers record a song and go with the one that played the best to the general audiences. But having one artist of this 'stature' release 3 different mixes of the same album must be a first. Musical globalizaton? Creative bankruptcy? Or just clever marketing? What do you guys think? I personally see it as a natural step on the evolutionary pop ladder. So much of today's pop music is a bland reworking of other stuff (including many covers) that making the same music to straddle several pop music markets seem the natural thing to do to sell another couple million albums. When is the Hip-Hop version being released?