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Old Boots, New Dirt

Jason Aldean

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Unlike his smash hit "Dirt Road Anthem," there's no rapping from Jason Aldean on his sixth album, but that doesn't mean the country troubadour is done flirting with pop trends. The single "Burnin' It Down" layers an electro guitar riff and drum machines into lyrics about "sipping on some cold Jack Daniels," and "Sweet Little Something" features unmistakably EDM synth flourishes. But fear not, traditionalists (or neo-traditionalists). As songs like "If My Truck Could Talk" attest, Aldean doesn't wander too far from country fundamentals: crunchy choruses on the anthems, weeping guitars on the ballads. "Tryin' to Love Me" and "Miss that Girl" are among the highlights here. 

Customer Reviews

Disappointed

From what I've heard from the first 2 songs released... I'm not impressed at all. This is not the same Jason in the past. It sounds too much of a "pop country". Go back to the "Relentless" album.

Great Singer NO MATTER WHAT!

Im just leaving this review in response to everyone hating on him for the new 'sound' he's done in this album. First off, you have to remember that upbeat, something you can dance to, kind of music is what sells and Jason isn't the only one whos kicked it up a notch passed guitars and banjos. Country music today is VERY different from country music from, i'm going to assume, most of our parents' time. All country artists are just keeping with the times the best they can while still having a country twang to it. The songs are catchy and the lyrics are still true to a country persons' heart or lifestyle. The lyrics are the most important thing to me when I listen to music. There's a BIG reason I don't listen to rap!. But I've loved Jason before he was a huge deal, i first saw him play at the grand ole opry when he debuted "hicktown" and I was just in love from the moment I heard his voice. I'll always be a fan as long as he stays country!

I have to be honest...

"Burnin it Down" just ruins it for me. I can't give it anymore stars because the songs just aren't country. I'm used to and like the old Aldean music when it had meaning and the lyrics were wrote from a place that is absent on this album so far.

Biography

Born: February 28, 1977 in Macon, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Macon, Georgia-born singer/songwriter, Jason Aldean quietly turned into a genuine country superstar in the back half of the 2000s. His parents separated when he was three years old, and he spent his childhood with his mother in Macon through the school year while spending the summers with his father in Homestead, Florida. Early on, he fell under the spell of country music and made his first public appearance as a singer at a VFW hall in Macon when he was 14 years old. Soon he was a regular at area...
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