Does J. Simpson's record company have any integrity left? We all know the answer to that one. How many times can they repackage this same garbage? Talk about beating a dead horse! If J. Simpson didn't represent the classic sex object (for men to objectify and girls to idolize) then this disaster would not have been made even once, let alone make it to a third incarnation. All of you who bought this album ask yourself this question: Would I still listen to this music if the singer did not represent an attractive image? It seems many people conflate the image of the artist with the perception of the art itself. The music should be able to stand on its own regardless of the nature of the artist. Would the Mona Lisa be a better painting if Da Vinci was as attractive as J. Simpson?