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  • Audio Cassette (December 1, 1998)
  • Label: Uni/Mca Nashville
  • ASIN: B00000GGHU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,364,350 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Don't Want to Miss a Thing
2. This Heartache Never Sleeps
3. My Way Back Home
4. I'll Get You Back
5. That's the Way You Make an Ex
6. Tonight I'll Let My Memory Take Me Home
7. Jolie
8. What Was You Thinking
9. I'm Gone
10. Let's Talk About Our Love

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Rolen (rolenincountry@webtv.net) on February 9, 1999
Format: Audio CD
If you're under 21, you won't understand this album. Heartache, tears, beer, fishing, hunting, and a little two-steppin: THIS ALBUM HAS IT ALL!!!!I had the opportunity to purchase this album early, and I can't take it out of my pick-up!!!! If you love COUNTRY, and not POP-COUNTRY, BUY THIS ALBUM. DO NOT WAIT..............PLEASE.... FOR THE SAKE OF THE GRAND OLE OPRY, BUY MARK CHESNUTT MUSIC!!!!!!!
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By A Customer on February 20, 1999
Format: Audio CD
How many cd's can you buy that has songs written by MARK NESLER, TONY MARTIN, ROGER SPRINGER, DEAN DILLION, SKIP EWING, PAUL DAVIS, PAUL OVERSTREET & MARK CHESNUTT ON IT!?!?!?!?!?!
All of the writers are worth bowing down to. Mark Nesler is a super song writer/Singer. Springer is like the god of great Chesnutt songs. Just go back and listen to "As The Honky Tonk Turns" and "Thank God For Believers". Dean Dillion is the absolute man!!! With classics like "Unwound" and "The Chair", he can't miss. Then you kick in other great writers like Skip, Paul, & Paul and you have but one thing...A masterpiece.
The next thing that makes the cd great is Mark's vocals. This is the best I've heard Chesnutt sound. Close your eyes...Listen...Change the voice...what do you have? BOB WILLS, KING GEORGE, T-BYRD, CLASSIC CHESNUTT & SOMEBODY WE'VE NEVER HEARD BEFORE.
(#1) Great song to make money and sale cd's off of. The vocal range of (#2), "This Heartache Never Stops", is great. The Bob Wills style of (#3), "If I Ever Find My Way Back Home", makes me jump up and dance. (#4) The Tradition and CLASSIC CHESNUTT and touch of T-Bird/Strait in "I'll Get You Back" is great! (#5) is straight out of BOB WILLS. Change the voice, and it's him. We need more of this! (#6) is straight KING GEORGE (STRAIT). It's great for Chesnutt to be close to MCA & Dean Dillion. Great Song. (#7) Two words "CRANK IT!!!". It's in a King George, "Adalida" kinda style. He even sings about "Ponchatrain". (#8) is a touch of Chesnutt with a new twist. A 10+++ Springer song. Hmmm, "King Springer!!!" (#9) CLASSIC CHESNUTT. A Saturday night 2-step and sing along with song.
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Vol. 5, No. 1001W - The American Reporter - February 6, 1999
CHESNUTT SHOWS HONKY TONK SIDE by Rick Bell American Reporter Correspondent Poway, Calif.
Mark Chesnutt. I Don't Want to Miss a Thing. Nashville, Tenn.: MCA Nashville. 1999. 33 mins. $16.97. ASIN: B00000I0PN.
POWAY, Calif. -- Honky tonk singers these days are a rare commodity in country music. Good ones are, at least. Count Mark Chesnutt among this select crowd, and his latest release, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," adds more twang to his repertoire. Fortunately, the Beaumont, Texas native disposes of the requisite ballad, a bombastic version of that awful, noisy Aerosmith hit of last summer, and puts together a pretty fair country record. Still teamed with producer Mark Wright (he detoured a couple records back for arguably his best album with MCA president Tony Brown), Chesnutt's thick Texas drawl shines on a passel of radio-friendly country tunes. He swings his way through the trailer park lost love "My Way Back Home" and cooks a spicy Cajun shuffle on "Jolie." That wry Chesnutt wit that brought us "Bubba Shot the Jukebox" still shines with "That's How You Make an Ex." Despite all the airplay the title song gets, it's his tender rendition of Dean Dillon's "Tonight I'll Let My Memory Take Me Home" that's the album's star ballad. Ten songs, all pretty good honky tonk tunes. It's a virtual guarantee from Chesnutt that no matter which album of his you pick up, it's going to follow the same recipe. And it's a lock that it'll get some votes for the year's best honky tonk album at year's end. Rick Bell is a writer living in Poway, Calif. Copyright 1999 Joe Shea The American Reporter. All Rights Reserved.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 3, 2000
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He's got one of the best voices in the business. 5 stars isn't enough praise to place on this album.
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This 1999 release is a far cry from Mark Chesnutt's more honky-tonk material ("Savin' the Honky Tonk," 2004), but for mainstream Nashville, the guy's got a great voice, and the songs are meant to please modern-country sensibilities. Every one of them is about love, love won, or love lost. It's Tim McGraw-Faith Hill material, especially the first cut, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing."

There's sweet nostalgia in "Tonight I'll Let My Memory Take Me Home" and a touch of Cajun in "Jolie." The guy is totally infatuated in "I'm Gone." And tough love takes a comic turn in "My Way Back Home." Only 10 great songs on this CD (and some are great for dancing), but the price is right. Comes with lyrics and some great publicity shots of the singer.
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By A Customer on June 4, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Mark Chesnutt's version of "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" is ten times better than that god-awful noisy version from Aerosmith. I think he did a good job with it. The other song, "Wherever You Are," is absolutely beautiful. It is the perfect testament for people like me who are still looking for that special someone in there lives. Songs like this are the main reason I love to listen to country music so much. Keep it coming, Mark!!!!!
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