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Jessie James' Debut Album Is Strong!

The wonderful Jesse James has definitely gone and given us a wide array of tracks to choose from. There's plenty of variety here with individualized quirks abound! This country/pop singer is definitely going somewhere! Wanted - The strong lead single which gave a great top 30 showing on the Mainstream CHR/Pop charts is definitely one of the better tracks off the album. The rockin chorus will have you singing along like no other! 5/5 Bullet - Jessie goes straight into another rocker with her second track off the of album. She's got plenty of rauchy lyrics in here such as "Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?" Definitely another sing-a-long! 5/5 I Look So Good (Without You) - When going through the CD, you'll feel prepared for hit after hit after listening to this third track (which is also the second single, soon to be infecting the CHR charts!). This up-tempo ballad will be one you can't help but remember! 5/5 Burnin' Bridges - We finally get to the last of the strong tracks from the album. This is a powerful slow-ballad that will definitely bring something out inside of you. Probably better suited for the ending track rather than with every other strong track from the album, but that doesn't make it any less powerful! 5/5 Blue Jeans - Her track also found from Confessions of a Shopaholic. It was overshadowed on that album, and is definitely overshadowed on this album. And it's deserving of being overshadowed. It's a weaker track, and is definitely a letdown after the first 4 tracks. 2/5 My Cowboy - Another track on the level of Blue Jeans. It's got its moments, but you'll find yourself switching to other tracks over this one. 2/5 Big Mouth - Now here's a surprisingly strong track. Jessie James shows us just how fierce and in-your-face she can be with the loud-mouthed Big Mouth. The chorus will have you rockin' in your boots for sure! 4/5 Burn It Up - A revenge song, with a lot of similarities to Rihanna's Breakin' Dishes from Good Girl Gone Bad. It's a classic 'You're leaving me, so I'm burnin' all of your stuff' break-up revenge track. You'll find yourself lovin' it, but will be distracted from some of the better tracks. 3.5/5 Psycho Girlfriend - A familar beat will welcome you after a terrifying scream on this track. You'll find yourself trying to remember where the "Do, do, do-do" beat came from, and shame on you if you don't remember! This track is an odd one. There's plenty of humour, a catchy beat, and overall cohesiveness that you just wouldn't expect for a track like this! 4/5 Inevitable - A rather forgettable track following the "You Belong With Me" theme. There are quite simply other tracks which showcase Jessie's singing ability, attitude, and personality better. 2.5/5 Girl Next Door - This is cliche, and once again, a track you can pass up if you're only downloading singles. The song is definitely not bad by any means, there's simply so many better options which showcase Jessie James than a cliche "I'm still myself despite being famous" track. 3/5 Guilty - The ending track to the album. It's surprisingly real and emotional for Jessie James. You know just from the title that this track fits the down-south Jessie James. You will find yourself seeing the more emotional Jessie on this track, but it's definitely her. 4/5 Overall, there are a lot of strong tracks on here that you shouldn't pass up on. Jessie James really tried to pull of an album that was her all over, and she succeeded. This is an album that definitely deserves the self-named-title. Whether you're into country or pop, you'll find plenty on this album for you. Overall I give this album a 5/5 and is definitely addicting despite some of the weaker tracks (which I find myself listening to anyway due to her addicting voice and wonderful singing ability!) If you're looking for some singles to download, suggested in order: Wanted Burnin' Bridges Bullet I Look So Good Without You Big Mouth Psycho Girlfriend Guilty If you're looking for some tracks to pass up (From worst to better): Blue Jeans My Cowboy Inevitable Girl Next Door Burn It Up

Can i give this negative stars?

First bad experience with this chick: saw her open for the jonas brothers. she sang one song (wanted) (thank god it was over fast). she didn't sing live. it was obvious. Second bad experience: saw her open for Honor Society. Oh shocker, she didn't sing live again. Also obvious. Again. She sang a song that apparently didn't make the final cut for this album. Basically the message of the song was to sleep with as many boys as you want and sneak them in and out of your house and don't get caught. Half of the room was under the age of 15. And to top it off, she was wearing a hideous jean one piece jumper that was strapless and she was falling out of. I have no respect for this girl, therefore her music means nothing to me.

I Want It!!!!

This album is wonderful. Jessie James has such a unique voice that can be both pop and country. Her powerful vocals and soothing melodies really bring this album to life. Great Job Jessie!!!


Born: April 12, 1988 in Vicenza, Italy

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Splitting the difference between Shania Twain's twangy pop and Christina Aguilera's R&B acrobatics, vocalist Jessie James made her debut with "Wanted," a song that featured prominently in the film Confessions of a Shopaholic. Born on a military base in Vicenza, Italy, the burgeoning singer relocated to central Georgia during the 1990s. She used the new location to her advantage, making weekly trips to Nashville to hone her songwriting amidst like-minded musicians. Her demo recordings soon made their...
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