History YMMV / JasonAldean

2nd Oct '17 8:52:17 AM RisefromYourGrave
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** On October 1, 2017 his performance at a country concert in Las Vegas was interrupted by the deadliest mass shooting in American history, with over 50 dead and 400 injured. Aldean understandably couldn't think of anything to say afterwards beyond assuring everyone that he and his entire crew were safe.

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** On October 1, 2017 his performance at a country concert in Las Vegas was interrupted by the deadliest mass shooting in American history, with over 50 at least 58 dead and 400 500 injured. Aldean understandably couldn't think of anything to say afterwards beyond assuring everyone that he and his entire crew were safe.
2nd Oct '17 7:28:02 AM Pren
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* TearJerker: "Laughed Until We Cried", particularly the verse about his grandpa and then the next verse about their newborn baby that they tried so long to have.

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"Laughed Until We Cried", particularly the verse about his grandpa and then the next verse about their newborn baby that they tried so long to have.have.
** On October 1, 2017 his performance at a country concert in Las Vegas was interrupted by the deadliest mass shooting in American history, with over 50 dead and 400 injured. Aldean understandably couldn't think of anything to say afterwards beyond assuring everyone that he and his entire crew were safe.
27th Sep '17 12:00:16 PM Twentington
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* ItsTheSameNowItSucks: Said of "Gonna Know We Were Here", which many people find to be a watered-down rewrite of "Tattoos on This Town".
* {{Squick}}: Plenty of music reviewers find the base-breaking "Burnin' It Down" to not be sexy at all.

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* ItsTheSameNowItSucks: Said of "Gonna Know We Were Here", which many people find to be a watered-down rewrite of "Tattoos on This Town".
* {{Squick}}: Plenty
Town". Likewise, "They Don't Know" is seen as a rehash of music reviewers find the base-breaking "Burnin' It Down" to not be sexy at all."Fly Over States".
5th Sep '17 2:27:38 PM Twentington
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster..." / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.
5th Jun '17 8:46:24 PM Angeldeb82
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster…" / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.
* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: Said of "Gonna Know We Were Here", which many people find to be a watered-down rewrite of "Tattoos on This Town".

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster…" faster..." / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.
* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: ItsTheSameNowItSucks: Said of "Gonna Know We Were Here", which many people find to be a watered-down rewrite of "Tattoos on This Town".
24th Apr '17 5:30:36 PM Twentington
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* CoveredUp: Most of his songs, surprisingly, were recorded by others first. "Why", "Amarillo Sky", and "Johnny Cash" were previously recorded by Shannon Brown (another Big & Rich protégé), [=McBride=] & the Ride, and Tracy Byrd, respectively. Of these, only [=McBride=] & the Ride's version of "Amarillo Sky" was a single before Jason got to it. Also, "The Truth" was originally recorded by Trent Willmon, "My Kinda Party" recorded by country-rocker Music/BrantleyGilbert, and "Dirt Road Anthem" recorded by Colt Ford (with Gilbert also co-writing the latter and singing on it).

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* CoveredUp: Most Many of his songs, surprisingly, were recorded by others first. "Why", "Amarillo Sky", and "Johnny Cash" were previously recorded by Shannon Brown (another Big & Rich protégé), [=McBride=] & the Ride, and Tracy Byrd, respectively. Of these, only [=McBride=] & the Ride's version of "Amarillo Sky" was a single before Jason got to it. Also, "The Truth" was originally recorded by Trent Willmon, "My Kinda Party" recorded by country-rocker Music/BrantleyGilbert, and "Dirt Road Anthem" recorded by Colt Ford (with Gilbert also co-writing the latter and singing on it).
1st Apr '17 6:06:27 PM masdog
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Big Green Tractor, with lyrics like "I can take you for a ride on my big green tractor / We can go slow or make it go faster…" / "Climb up in my lap and drive if you want to…" and "Oh yeah yeah / We can go to town / Or we can go another round / On my big green tractor" could be about driving a tractor, or it could be a DoubleEntendre.
20th Jan '17 11:58:05 PM toonyloon
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* BrokenBase: Aldean's heavy rock influences and strange singing voice have earned him a lot of fans and detractors, but even the apologists thought that "1994" (a silly novelty song that name-drops Joe Diffie but otherwise is just another "bro-country" song about partying with a hot girl in the country) was his nadir.
** "Burnin' It Down", an ''electropop'' IntercourseWithYou song, got his fans throwing their arms in the air.



* TearJerker: "Laughed Until We Cried", particularly the verse about his grandpa and then the next verse about their newborn baby that they tried so long to have.

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* TearJerker: "Laughed Until We Cried", particularly the verse about his grandpa and then the next verse about their newborn baby that they tried so long to have.
19th Oct '15 11:06:07 AM Twentington
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* BrokenBase: Aldean's heavy rock influences and strange singing voice have earned him a lot of fans and detractors, but even the apologists thought that "1994" (a silly novelty song that name-drops Joe Diffie but otherwise is just another song about partying with a hot girl in the country) was his nadir.

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* BrokenBase: Aldean's heavy rock influences and strange singing voice have earned him a lot of fans and detractors, but even the apologists thought that "1994" (a silly novelty song that name-drops Joe Diffie but otherwise is just another "bro-country" song about partying with a hot girl in the country) was his nadir.


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* ItsTheSameSoItSucks: Said of "Gonna Know We Were Here", which many people find to be a watered-down rewrite of "Tattoos on This Town".
24th Aug '15 3:58:46 PM Twentington
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* CoveredUp: Most of his songs, surprisingly, were recorded by others first. "Why", "Amarillo Sky" and "Johnny Cash" were previously recorded by Shannon Brown (another Big & Rich protégé), [=McBride=] & the Ride, and Tracy Byrd, respectively. Of these, only [=McBride=] & the Ride's version of "Amarillo Sky" was a single before Jason got to it. Also, "The Truth" was originally recorded by Trent Willmon, "My Kinda Party" recorded by country-rocker Music/BrantleyGilbert, and "Dirt Road Anthem" recorded by Colt Ford (with Gilbert also co-writing the latter and singing on it).

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* CoveredUp: Most of his songs, surprisingly, were recorded by others first. "Why", "Amarillo Sky" Sky", and "Johnny Cash" were previously recorded by Shannon Brown (another Big & Rich protégé), [=McBride=] & the Ride, and Tracy Byrd, respectively. Of these, only [=McBride=] & the Ride's version of "Amarillo Sky" was a single before Jason got to it. Also, "The Truth" was originally recorded by Trent Willmon, "My Kinda Party" recorded by country-rocker Music/BrantleyGilbert, and "Dirt Road Anthem" recorded by Colt Ford (with Gilbert also co-writing the latter and singing on it).
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