History Music / JasonAldean

22nd Feb '16 7:23:55 PM Twentington
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Aldean's first album was a solid enough release, bringing him three straight top 10 hits on the country charts, including the #1 hit "Why". The album included several co-writes from Big Kenny and John Rich of Big & Rich. He had the inevitable SophomoreSlump with ''Relentless'', but came back strong with ''Wide Open''. This third album produced three straight #1 hits, including "She's Country", which was the biggest country hit of 2009, and the ubiquitous "Big Green Tractor". And just to prove that he's back for good, ''My Kinda Party'' has produced five hits, including the Music/KellyClarkson duet "Don't You Wanna Stay". ''Night Train'' (2012) includes the single "Take a Little Ride", his fastest-climbing number 1.

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Aldean's first album was a solid enough release, bringing him three straight top 10 hits on the country charts, including the #1 hit "Why". The album included several co-writes from Big Kenny and John Rich of Big & Rich. He had the inevitable SophomoreSlump with ''Relentless'', but came back strong with ''Wide Open''. This third album produced three straight #1 hits, including "She's Country", which was the biggest country hit of 2009, and the ubiquitous "Big Green Tractor". And just to prove that he's back for good, ''My Kinda Party'' has produced five hits, including the Music/KellyClarkson duet "Don't You Wanna Stay". ''Night Train'' (2012) includes His subsequent albums have seen almost all of their singles top the single "Take charts, including "The Only Way I Know", a Little Ride", his fastest-climbing number 1.
MassiveMultiplayerCrossover with Music/LukeBryan and Music/EricChurch, plus the electropop "Burnin' It Down", written by Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine.
4th Feb '15 1:51:13 PM Twentington
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* FakeOutFadeOut: Usually done in concert with "Hicktown".

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* FakeOutFadeOut: Usually done in concert with "Hicktown". The album version does it as well, but the single edit cuts it off.
10th Nov '14 7:12:21 PM Twentington
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!Albums:
* ''Jason Aldean'' (2005)
* ''Relentless'' (2007)
* ''Wide Open'' (2009)
* ''My Kinda Party'' (2010)
* ''Night Train'' (2012)
* ''Old Boots, New Dirt'' (2014)



* IntercourseWithYou: "Burnin' It Down" is a make-out ballad.



* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" plays this so straight that one critic described it as "Music/BryanAdams [[XMeetsY meets]] Music/{{Heart}}".

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* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" plays this so straight that one critic described it as "Music/BryanAdams [[XMeetsY meets]] meets Music/{{Heart}}".
29th Jul '14 3:08:20 PM Twentington
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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it.

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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it. The first verse, from the businessmen's perspective, provides the page quote.
28th Jul '14 9:19:51 AM Twentington
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: "Johnny Cash" got hit with this. The original version has a spoken "screw you, man" after the first line, which is either played as-is, muted or replaced with "I'm outta here". Some stations also excise "Here that train comin', rollin' round the bend / [[JohnnyCash The Man in Black]] gonna rock your ass again" from the end.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: "Johnny Cash" got hit with this. The original version has a spoken "screw you, man" after the first line, which is either played as-is, muted muted, or replaced with "I'm outta here". Some stations also excise "Here that train comin', rollin' round the bend / [[JohnnyCash [[Music/JohnnyCash The Man in Black]] gonna rock your ass again" from the end.



** "Hicktown" is full of it: Ford Bronco, White Rain hair spray, Pall Mall cigarettes, Amoco gas stations, and Kraco speakers.

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** "Hicktown" is full of it: Ford Bronco, White Rain hair spray, Pall Mall cigarettes, Amoco gas stations, stations[[note]]Amoco was already bought out by BP by the time of the song's release, but it's not uncommon for people to refer to businesses by their former names[[/note]], and Kraco speakers.
8th Mar '14 11:31:51 AM Twentington
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** Another example, in Colt Ford's original version of Dirt Road Anthem, he says "Man this shit is gettin old". Jason changed it to "Man that talk is gettin old"

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** Another example, in Colt Ford's original version of Dirt Road Anthem, he says "Man this shit is gettin old". Jason changed it to "Man that talk is gettin old"old".



* FakeOutFadeOut: Usually done in concert with "Hicktown".



* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" plays this so straight that one critic described it as "Music/BryanAdams [[XMeetsY meets]] Music/{{Heart}}". And it is generally considered one of his best songs.

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* PowerBallad: "Don't You Wanna Stay" plays this so straight that one critic described it as "Music/BryanAdams [[XMeetsY meets]] Music/{{Heart}}". And it is generally considered one of his best songs.



* ProductPlacement: He name-dropped Shiner Bock beer in his song "Take a Little Ride". A week after the single was released, the line was changed to "Rocky tops" because he had signed an endorsement deal with Coors, so his label sent out notes to radio stations asking them to play the "Rocky tops" version instead.

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* ProductPlacement: ProductPlacement:
** "Hicktown" is full of it: Ford Bronco, White Rain hair spray, Pall Mall cigarettes, Amoco gas stations, and Kraco speakers.
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He name-dropped Shiner Bock beer in his song "Take a Little Ride". A week after the single was released, the line was changed to "Rocky tops" because he had signed an endorsement deal with Coors, so his label sent out notes to radio stations asking them to play the "Rocky tops" version instead.
24th Jan '14 8:52:14 AM Twentington
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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it. The first verse, from the businessmen's perspective, provides the page quote.

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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it. The first verse, from the businessmen's perspective, provides the page quote.
22nd Dec '13 12:02:37 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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** And "The Only Way I Know".
31st Aug '13 10:34:36 PM Twentington
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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it.

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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it. The first verse, from the businessmen's perspective, provides the page quote.
21st Aug '13 11:12:12 AM Twentington
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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions.

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* FlyoverCountry: Discussed in "Fly Over States", in which he sings the praises of the hard workers found in said regions.regions after hearing two businessmen talk about the stereotypes associated with it.
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