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Album Review

Jason Aldean isn’t a country music traditionalist — unless one counts the pop- and rock-edged new country that emerged in the 1990s as a tradition, and since it’s cruising well into a second decade as the dominant music on country radio stations, perhaps it is a tradition by now. Aldean loves electric guitars, and there’s more Eagles and even AC/DC in his sound than there is George Jones, which, again, given the state of country music in the 21st century, hardly makes him a maverick. He’s not a strong singer, although he gets things done well enough, and he isn’t a songwriter, either, but since the commercial success of 2009’s Wide Open, which yielded three hit singles ("She's Country," "Big Green Tractor," and "The Truth"), he got his pick of the best songs from Nashville’s veteran writers for his new album. Produced by Michael Knox , My Kinda Party has an impressive sonic consistency, full of churning and chiming electric guitars (provided by guitarists Kurt Allison and Adam Shoenfeld — Aldean uses his touring band in the studio) wrapped around big songs with small-town themes. At best, this formula produces energetic tracks like the wonderful opener, “Tattoos on This Town”; the small-town Saturday night anthem “My Kinda Party” (the lead single from the album); and the air-guitar epic “Days Like These,” which closes this set out. Aldean even tackles a straight ballad like “The Heartache That Don’t Stop Hurting” with enough sincerity and style to make it work. Again, there are layers of electric guitars everywhere, and truthfully, Aldean has found success because he finds songs that fit his voice and then lets the guitars do what they do. He does just enough, and doesn’t reach for the stars — it’s a formula that should keep on working into the near future.

Customer Reviews

Amazingly Awesome!!

I feel Jason Aldean has outdone himself again. So many artists who have recently put out another album (wont' name names) have nothing on this guy. Whether he writes some songs himself, with others or has o ther people write songs for him .... Compared to some other new ones out there, Jason has outdone himself yet again. He just keeps getting better and better and that's what I love about him. He will be around for a long, long time. One of my personal favorites is "Coutry Boys World" co-written by Jayce Hein of Nashville, TN .... dude I hope it's the next single! Awesome writers on this record, awesome songs on this album and an amazing voice behind the guy who is Jason Aldean. Keep up the awesome work!

Continuing to Impress

5 cold beers out of 5 plus a bonus pinch of cope between the cheek and gum. :) This cd features the classic Aldean sound with awesome guitar rifts and meaningful lyrics, with covers of Brantley Gilbert's "Dirt Road anthem" adding a slight change of pace and "My kind of party" adding a great friday night getter done song, Aldean really covers all the basis. Notable songs would have to include "Tattoos in this town", "Church pew or bar stool", "Fly over town", "Country boys world" and "Texas was you". The duet with Kelly Clarkson once again shows Jasons hidden vocals that most overlook. "My kind of party" is a album you love to put into your trucks cd player and let it roll through the tracks, giving your "skip button" a well deserved rest, much the same as the previous 3 albums. This CD is a great addition to any country fans library, you shan't be disappointed... Enjoy, I know i personally have!!!

The best yet!

Jumping out of my skin excited about this CD, Jason just keeps blowing us away with his talent, this is a must purchase and I can not wait to blast it in my car stereo!!


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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My Kinda Party, Jason Aldean
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music, Contemporary Country
  • Released: Nov 02, 2010

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