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It’s been two years since the release of Jesse McCartney’s Departure, an album that showcased an edgier pop/R&B sound, reflecting his growth as a singer and songwriter. The album’s first hit single, “Leavin',” (produced by Tricky and The Dream) was a blockbuster smash, becoming the #1 most played Top 40 single of the year. The song spent 6 weeks at #1 on ... Read more in Amazon's Jesse McCartney Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 19, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B000GW8U4K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,230 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I've never felt the need to lose control / Always held on back and played it slow / But not this time..." With these words from the title track to his second album Right Where You Want Me, an older, wiser Jesse McCartney is most certainly back. It's been two years since the release of Beautiful Soul, the platinum-plus selling album and Top 5 single which topped the charts in Australia, Italy, the Philippines and Taiwan and made "Jesse Mac" a household name. And in that time, the singer-songwriter and actor has seen more than his share of award shows, movie sets and sold out venues (Jesse garnered an American Music Award nomination for Best New Artist, an MTV Award nomination for Best Pop Video and three Teen Choice Awards, including Choice Male Artist, Breakout Artist and Crossover Artist, as well as 2 highly coveted Emmy Award nominations). But in between his professional obligations, McCartney also took that time to reflect on how far he'd come. The album includes contributions from such hit-making writer-producers as John Shanks ("Blow Your Mind"), Kara DioGuardi, Greg Wells, Drew Ramsey, Shannon Sanders, Marti Fredricksen and Eman. But make no mistake, this is Jesse's project through and through, as one listen to the deeply personal "Invincible," which features a sparse vocal backed by a 15-piece orchestra, clearly demonstrates. "It's a really heavy song about a buddy of mine who died in a drinking and driving accident three years ago," Jesse explains. "I felt like I had to put that on the record because it contains such an important message for kids my age, which is to think before they drink and drive. It's so powerful that they'll have to listen."

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Of all the many feelings a heartthrob like Jesse McCartney is apt to inspire, pity is not high on the list: Here's a 19-year-old with a bazillion teenage fans and firm traction on a couple of different freeways to mega-stardom, music and acting. Yet play Right Where You Want Me--the follow-up to one of 2004's guiltiest, fizziest pleasures, Beautiful Soul--and it's hard not to mourn McCartney's misspent youth. Replace this new CD's producers with a batch of one-named tastemakers, ramp up the writing for a more sophisticated crowd (i.e., make it raunchier), and bring on a slew of influential guest rappers, after all, and McCartney would be interchangeable with an intergalactic star like Justin Timberlake. His voice is as bendy and burnished, throwing off hints of Michael Jackson here and Adam Levine there, and he's not far behind on the style meter.

Languishing a few levels below Timberlake-caliber celebrity, though, hasn't hurt his prospects of adding to his fan base: Right Where You Want Me's dozen songs display a desire to come across as a grown-up (the title track and "Daddy's Little Girl" dispense with coyness in favor of explorations of what it means to be a full-on loverboy), but they also stay true to the nice-guy pop that put McCartney on the map. "Can't Let You Go," "Tell Her," and "Right Back in the Water" follow the same relationshippy formula that made Beautiful Soul such a pleasure; "Feelin' You" takes it up a notch, but barely. If there's an experiment here, it's with breaching the boundaries of pop in favor of rockier terrain: "Can't Let You Go" is a pretty pulse-raiser, but instead of dripping with hard-driving 'tude it calls to mind Jackson's rock-obsessed bid to be "bad." --Tammy La Gorce

Customer Reviews

This is a really Cool song.
"We Can Go Anywhere" (7/10) - This is just a song that makes you feel good and you don't know why.
I could listen to this album forever and a day.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Hutchinson on September 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Just received my copy of this CD today, well ahead the arrival date suggested by Amazon, and my goodness what a record it is.

Talented actor, superb singer, Jesse McCartney has got it all.The artwork on the CD shows that Jesse is looking great.More importantly, the sound in the grooves indicate that Jesse, a couple of years down the line from the fabulous "Beautiful Soul" is sounding better than ever.

The arrangements are superb, the musicianship is excellent, but as was the case with Beautiful Soul, it's Jesse's voice that shines through, and what a superb and thrilling singing voice he has.

It is hard to pick a favourite, but the heartfelt "Invincible" has to be right up there, along with "Feelin' You" , "We Can Go Anywhere" and the wonderfully catchy "Right Where You Want Me".

Jesse , if I was allowed to give you ten stars or more this CD, I would do just that.You just now have to get yourself over to the UK and prove to everyone else what a damn fine entertainer you are.Your fans don't need telling.They've known for long enough.

But I'll say it anyway and I'll say it again later on your myspace page.You are a very fine young actor and a really first class singer.Long may you continue to rock my world.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
jesse was 15 when he recorded BS and he had a lot of fans at that age who were 12 or 13 ...4 years latter...he's 19 and those fans are 17 or even older they don't wanna listen to those stuff anymore.

BS was a little unreal all the songs were about a guy who loves a girl

but this record is more mature and more REAL...listen to the track 11.

it's about his friend who died in a drinkin' and drivin' accident he

wanted to put this song on the album for the others to know how bad it is to d/driving...all the songs r cool...and about the lyrics:what another singers are singing about??? what do exept him to sing???

anyway all the lyrics (from any singer) r about relatinships or love or loosing sombody etc.

I am really 16 but I used kid's review because I don't have an amazon account...:)
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. VINE VOICE on September 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Jesse McCartney is definitely one of the prominent so penned "heartthrobs" of today. He is a talented actor as well as a talented, credible enough singer. Jesse doesn't so much have the problem of say Lindsay Lohan or Ashlee Simpson in releasing an album; he was a member of the lackadaisical, underrated Dream Street prior to becoming a serious actor. Also moreso than Lindsay or Ashlee, the boy can sing, even if this album in particular does have its flat moments. Having not heard BEAUTIFUL SOUL, I don't have the ground to compare this album, but based off the single "Beautiful Soul" compared to the songs here, this album doesn't necessarily have song nearly that strong. It isn't a bad album though in the least, and it has many shining moments.

"Right Where You Want Me", the title track features soulful production with a very minor-dark feel during the verses. The chorus though takes on "cliche proportions" as the guitars are overproduced and tend to cover up McCartney's vocals. His falsetto here is particularly notable, and almost makes up for the more indicipherable vocals by McCartney at the chorus.

"Just So You Knew" is a rather unexciting, uninspiring track. There is nothing new here to draw you in; at times infact, McCartney sounds a bit thin. Despite that, McCartney does sit on top of the production vocally well here, but quality supercedes production with this track making it filler material in my eyes.

"Blow Your Mind" is the track that you've been waiting for McCartney to record (yeah I know he's only released 2 albums). What is particularly exciting is the soulful-rock quality of this track that just might give McCartney a bit of rock-credibility. This track is the strongest rival where quality is concerned to "Beautiful Soul".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Douglas on September 28, 2006
Format: Audio CD
i really like jesse. he's got a good, if unique, voice and his songs from his solo debut were catchy enough. however, that disc had its lowpoints as it was geared heavily to the radio disney demographic. jesse grew up a little bit on his sophomore effort to great effect. the songs are a lot more guitar-driven and hook-laden. the highlight of the disc for me is the painful 'invincible.' the vocals will hook you, the lyrics will keep you in. highly recommended disc.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Jesse McCartney is amazing. I really thought that 'Beautiful Soul' was a great album, but now that I've heard 'Right Where You Want Me' it just blew me away. He has definately grown up so much from Beautiful Soul, but not so much as to change his fan base of teenage girls. Jesse has a more rock sound on this CD (#'s 3, 8, & 12) and I like it more than all the ballads on Beautiful Soul. This CD is more upbeat and fun, but still has it's slow & sweet songs. Two of his best songs on this album lyric wise for me would be Just Go & Invincible. I am going to rate every song on the album from 1-10. ---

1. Right Where You Want Me- 9/10 - definately one of the best songs on the record. Has a rock/pop sound & is very catchy.

2. Just So You Know- 8/10 - also one of the better songs. Not my favorite but not my least favorite either.

3. Blow Your Minds- 10/10 - This song is great. I love the rock vibe and you can tell that Jesse put his heart into this song.

4. Right Back In The Water - 8/10 - I really like this song. probably one of the better slow songs. The lyrics are good, just like all the rest of the songs on the record.

5. Anybody - 8/10 - This song was pretty surprising for me, but in a good way. It starts out slow and then the chorus has a more rock sound. This song also sounds amazing when sang live.

6. Tell Her - 9/10 - By far the best slow song on the record. The lyrics mean a lot to all of us teenage girls "If you see my girl just tell her I miss her smile//Tell her I'm counting the minutes gonna see her in a little while//Just tell her i love her." Not many artists can have such meaning and things that you can relate to in their lyrics.

7. Just Go - 9/10 - Another one of my favorites.
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