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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 11, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: September 26, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Jive
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • ASIN: B00004XR64
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (257 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,896 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Aaron's Party: Come & Get It by Carter, Aaron

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Just as the Osmonds spun off solo careers for younger siblings Marie and Jimmy in the '70s, Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys now sees 12-year-old brother Aaron bringing his own album to the kid-pop table. The closest this Disney Radio-ready disc gets to naughtiness is "My Internet Girl," a squeaky-clean celebration of instant-messaging. It fits right in with whitewashed, piping-voiced takes on '60s hits such as "I Want Candy" and "Iko Iko," and the lite-funk of the title track. Almost quaint in its preteen tone, Aaron's Party is certainly suitable listening for even the youngest kids. --Rickey Wright

Customer Reviews

My fave songs is Aaron party I want candy and Bounce and also How I beat staq it is so good.
Krista Elezian
I for one don't like those kinds of "fans" I enjoy his CD and his music, I look forward to purchasing his next CD whenever he makes it.
Glen Patterson
Hey, Aaron's just a little guy but he'll get there if he can just try to meet these standards.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Anish Chari on December 13, 2001
Format: Audio CD
There has been a raging disucussion over the eptiome of artistic talent and expression. A work so immense, its impact radiates through generations and generations. Homer's the Odessy? Shakespeare's Hamlet? Michelangelo's David? Nay my dear friends... I believe we can close the book.
Aaron Carter's release is a powerful, epic, all consuming look into the inner workings of man, nature and the universe. It is the culmination of brilliance and emotion, fused into an awe inspiring work that none can refute.
"How I beat Shaq", an immense metaphor of the indomitable human spirit in the face of adversity.
"I want Candy" brings forth Aaron's God-like use of diction. His words weave a brilliant tapestry of emotion. This stunning representation of desire and longing can only permeate through our society as the pinnacle of artistic achievement.
I am not ashamed to say that I wept openly through this entire CD -- no, this entire masterpiece. Aaron Carter is an oasis in the deserted abyss of artistic mediocrity. Thank you Aaron Carter, I and others will certainly "Come and get it"
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Wow, Aaron Carter. This guy has talent. Really he does. You think Yngwie Malmsteen is fast? You think Paul Gilbert is fast? This guy is a speed demon. His "Untitled" bonus tracks range from a cover of "Far Beyond the Sun" to a stunning rendition of "Techincal Difficulties." The musicianship displayed on this album is second to none. I highly recommend it for all you...oh shoot, my parents are home! It's almost 7:00! I gotta run up to my bed now!
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "super_girl_04" on October 16, 2000
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I don't own this CD, but thank goodness I don't. I heard a clip of a couple of the songs and I wanted to ask you people...WHAT ARE YOU THINKING? I'm sure Aaron appeals to pre-adolesent 10 year olds, but I'm fourteen and all I'm saying is "uhh...no." I"m sorry to any of you who LIKE him, but for any of you NOT into that sorta thing, don't bother.
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29 of 38 people found the following review helpful By robbie on November 26, 2000
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If your over the age of 12... then this is definitely not a CD for you. Filled with remakes of 50s/60s songs and a few new "jams", this CD makes you laugh more than anything else. Aaron Carter is a product of his record company. He has no say whatsoever as to what he sings or how the music sounds. Basically they hand him a sheet, say "sing this", and he does it. They ask him to smile... snap a few photos... go on a few TV shows and WHAM! your a star. There are a lot more harder working musicians who you should spend you money on. Let Aaron grow up and then maybe he should try again.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "hobbesalx" on January 17, 2001
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It's unfortunate that after the amount of people it takes to assemble a pop album, its still not possible to listen to without becoming ill. Aaron Carter was fortunate enough to have a brother in the Backstreet Boys, another awful, talentless pop act. Thus, with even less talent than his older brother, his parents whined him into the music industry. Now, we are left with a collection of poor singing and even worse rapping by a 12 year old who has been snatched out of school and given a job which he shall never suceed in-being a decent preformer. Why can't we just give record contracts to people who deserve them?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on April 2, 2001
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Aaron Carter has a lot going for him and a LOT of talent. This CD is for those who like pop music. It has a lot of upbeat songs that you can dance to. Personally when I listen to this CD it puts me in a good mood because his songs are just SO great! I would give this CD 10 stars if I could!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Twinrova on August 2, 2001
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Oh My God. I have never heard anything so awful out of Jive Records. Let me say I am a huge Britney fan, a huge *NSYNC fan, and I enjoy the music of Steps, and the Backstreet boys, all assigned to Jive's Label. Actually, I don't own this CD. But I've heard every song one place or another. For the first song (Come Get It) He thinks he's so cool being a rapper and having a rodeo in his house. The best part is when he's grounded. The next one (I Want Candy) is a stupid song about some kid wanting cavities. No, it's not about that, but I have no sweet tooth for Aaron. In (Bounce) He thinks that he's in the '60's and '70's because he's disco-ing (Turn Up Da Disco, Bongo With Me) There's (That's How I Beat Shaq) Oh please. A little 13 Year Old Beating Shaq at basketball. AND THEN SHAQ CRIES!? No, I think not Aaron. I think you need to stop singing about a crowd going "Jam" and putting in the hoop and like "Slam" How about "Iko Iko" Baby Music. At least the---oh, yes, that song "THE CLAPPING SONG" lol. What a STUPID name for a STUPID song by a STUPID "singer" that puts out STUPID "music" Let me say that Negative 1234 stars is what the monster deserves.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 28, 2001
Format: Audio CD
last year arron was singing like a little bubble gum backstreet wannabe, but then he thought.."hey maybe if i try to be bad, kids might actully like me". So now he tries to rap. This is the most dumbest cd i've ever herd and the songs are dumb to....Since when has a little dorky two year old beat shaq. And what kind of person sings about internet friends. I have tons of internet friends and i dont brag about, besides those are probily the only friends he has. if your a goofy teenybopper who only buys cds cause you think the person is hot, then go ahead and buy this. if your a person who has common sense, then buy this.......and flush it down the tolite
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