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Theres not one song on the cd that I don't like but my favorites are Sincerly and London both beautifully written and arranged.
Worth buying you all.
Yes they have had elements where the bad plays a major role in the songs eg guitar solos, guitar leads and stuff ("Larger Than life") and Never Gone as a whole album had rock influence. But the euro-dance element is their roots and theres always been electronic sound in there.
AJ Mclean's new album drops this electronic sound and goes for real instruments and it sounds amazing. When listening I was constantly enthhralled by the beautiful instrumental element particular the use of brass (trumphets etc). However, tt doesn't feel like a modern day 2010 album, I actually felt like I was going back to the big band ish type era like in regards to the instruments. I love it and I really don't like modern pop so this was soo refreshing and I love it sooo much!!!
Now in regards to lyrics and songs. AJ has always been known as the wild, rebel, raw member of the Backstreet Boys (especially in comparison to the other boys). I really find that this album shows Alexander James Mclean for who he really is. It's a great journey looking into his personal story. It's similar to Nick Carter in his solo album "Now Or Never", it was extremely rock influenced because that's his true passion.
Let me add, I am not biast in this review because AJ is a Backstreet Boy by the way. I do not like Nick or Brian's solo albums and I think I only got 1 song from Nick's. But AJ's actually has really good songs so yea just to clarify that.Read more ›
AJ proved to me that if and when BSB breaks up, he'll be fine on his own musically.
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I can't imagine why more people don't know about this singer. He may have started in a boy band but he's great singer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
AJ has always been the best singer in BSB and here he gets to showcase his talent.Published 8 months ago by Patti Freeman