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Jason Aldean 7/26/2005

Review

Jason Aldean has been slugging it out as a professional singer since high school, and the confidence gleaned from years of experience shines though on his self-titled debut album, as he delivers a strong collection of blue collar-themed songs in a smooth, polished tenor. Lyrics about philosophical farmers ("Amarillo Sky"), small-town pride ("Hicktown"), and moments of spiritual insight ("Good to Go") are backed by twangy, honky tonk-ish Telecaster licks and rock-influenced country rhythms of the Alabama/Sawyer Brown variety. "Asphalt Cowboy" is a contemporary update of classic 1970s lonesome-trucker songs (complete with weeping steel guitar), while "You're The Love I Wanna Be In" borrows licks from 1980's AOR power pop of the .38 Special/Rick Springfield mold. Chock full of variety and energetic performances, JASON ALDEAN is a great introduction to a promising talent.
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Hicktown Jason Aldean 5:3
  3. 2 Amarillo Sky Jason Aldean 3:20
  4. 3 Why Jason Aldean 3:31
  5. 4 Even If I Wanted To Jason Aldean 4:8
  6. 5 Lonesome U.S.A. Jason Aldean 3:37
  7. 6 Asphalt Cowboy Jason Aldean 3:59
  8. 7 I'm Just a Man Jason Aldean 3:13
  9. 8 You're the Love I Wanna Be In Jason Aldean 3:16
  10. 9 Good to Go Jason Aldean 4:0
  11. 10 I Believe in Ghosts Jason Aldean 3:24
  12. 11 She Loved Me Jason Aldean 3:22

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