History YMMV / JasonAldean

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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* BrokenBase: Aldean's heavy rock influences and strange singing voice have earned him a lot ItsTheSameSoItSucks: Said 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 "Gonna Know We Were Here", which many people find to be a hot girl in the country) was his nadir.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).
2nd Nov '14 5:27:31 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* {{Squick}}: Plenty of music reviewers find the base-breaking "Burnin' It Down" to not be sexy at all.
21st Oct '14 2:00:45 PM Twentington
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* SophomoreSlump: ''Relentless'' is his lowest-selling album, and the only one not to produce a top 5 hit. Fortunately, he recovered big time with the next two albums.
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* SophomoreSlump: ''Relentless'' is his lowest-selling album, and the only one not to produce a top 5 hit. Fortunately, But he recovered big time rebounded with the next two albums.third album and hasn't looked back.
15th Oct '14 1:46:28 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* FirstInstallmentWins: His SelfTitledAlbum is often considered to usually be his best.
15th Oct '14 1:43:44 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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** "Burnin' It Down", an ''electropop'' IntercourseWithYou song, got his fans throwing their arms in the air.
7th May '14 8:04:33 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" and "Johnny Cash" were previously recorded by Shannon Brown (another Big & Rich protégé), [=McBride=] & the Ride 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).
7th May '14 8:04:19 PM Twentington
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* BrokenBase: Aldean's heavy rock influences and divisive singing voice has 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 divisive strange singing voice has 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.
4th Nov '13 9:53:31 PM toonyloon
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* BrokenBase: Aldean has his share of detractors due to his heavy rock influences and divisive singing voice, 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 has his share of detractors due to his Aldean's heavy rock influences and divisive singing voice, voice has 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.
30th Oct '13 10:55:14 AM mattsaint
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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).
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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).latter and singing on it).
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