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Jason Aldean has done it again. Coming off of his double platinum album "My Kinda Party", Aldean delivers another masterpiece. His fifth album "Night Train" brings along with it memories and a sense of being home. We get a more emotional feel in this album brought out in his power ballads, but also the same Aldean sound that we all love.
1. This Nothin' Town (8.5/10) - It's all about loving the town that you grew up in, reliving all the memories and being proud of it all even if it doesn't seem like much. Has a very catchy melody to it and easy to sing along with. Guitar riffs are done very well.
2. When She Says Baby (7/10) - The stress of life and feeling worn out, she can melt you with that look in her eyes and drive you a "good kinda crazy". That good ol' Jason Aldean sound coming out in this one. Reminds me alot of his earlier songs.
3. Feel That Again (9/10) - Who doesn't want to feel the way they did when they had their first love? This song will take you back down memory lane to that moment. Very strong/catchy guitar riff throughout the song. In my opinion this is one of the better songs on the album.
4. Wheels Rollin' (10/10) - One of my favorites on this album if not my favorite. This song has a very minor/rock feel to it. It will catch you from the very beginning and really give you a sense of life on the road through Jason's point of view. Fans of Bon Jovi's Wanted Dead or Alive will appreciate this song.
5. Talk (7/10) - Done with talking, lets not waste this night away. This catchy power ballad is all about finding out a little bit more about each other without saying a word, if you know what I mean.
6. The Only Way I Know (9.5/10) - Another one of my favorite songs. This one is an immediate fan favorite once it gets its recognition. A straight roughneck song about the country life featuring Luke Bryan and Eric Chief.
7. Take A Little Ride (10/10) - The first single to be released from the Night Train album. This one is definitely a crowd pleaser. Living the life every country boy dreams of. Riding around in his jacked up Chevy with a tan legged Juliet. A very fun song to sing along with and deserving to be cranked way up.
8. I Don't Do Lonely Well (8/10) - A very emotional and relatable song for anybody that has ever had their heart broken. I think of Aldean's hit single "Why" when I hear this song.
9. Night Train (8.5/10) - The title track from this album has really been growing on me. I like it more and more every time I listen to it. It almost sounds like its a continued story of Take A Little Ride. Go and grab that special someone, crank up this song and go lay out underneath the stars.
10. 1994 (8/10) - A fun song with a catchy hip hop feel to it. Aldean wrote this song about country artist Joe Diffie. He encourages you to chant along "Joe, Joe, Joe Diffie!" Some popular references are used including "teach me how to Diffie" and "will the real Joe Diffie please stand up".
11. Staring at the Sun (7/10) - One of my least favorite songs. The best part of the song is the chorus. The song describes a girl he can't get his mind off of and how she leaves a lasting impression on him. Other than that I don't find this song very memorable.
12. Drink One On Me (7.5/10) - This is another song about being away from home and on the road while friends back in the hometown continue on with their lives, missing all the good times they spent together. He asks that they don't forget about him.
13. Black Tears (9/10) - A deeply emotional song about a stripper working to support herself but wants desperately to get free from the pain. The song, originally written by Florida Georgia Line, shows us a different side of Aldean that we rarely see. He does a very well job on this song. Not much of a country song, but listen to the lyrics rather than the music.
14. Walking Away (8/10) - This song is another relateable song for those that know they're in a relationship that isn't right. As hot as they are and as much fun as they are, you know y'all are no good for each other. Just save them the unecessary hurt and pain by telling them the truth.
15. Water Tower (8.5) - The closing track of the album gives the sense of finally being back home. The feeling of returning to what you so desperately wanted to leave. Finally releazing that you've been gone for too long and it's good to be home. A great way to end the album.



Amazingly perfect

Absolutely incredible


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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