Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
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Aaron's Party is the second teen-rock album of Aaron Carter where two singles, "That's How I Beat Shaq" and "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" earned a spot in the Billboard 100 on 2000 and 2001 respectively.
Released on September 26, 2000 under Jive Records, Aaron's Party received triple platinum certification by RIAA selling more than 1.5 million copies in the United States. According to Aaron Carter in this album, all he wants to do is give listeners "a little bit of old school".
This second album of Aaron Carter display his sort of prepubescent charm and energy that makes third graders scream for more. This album is a reflection of the sporty side of Aaron where he loves to play basketball, baseball, scuba diving, etc. which is shown in the bouncy pop R&B, high-energy title track "That's How I Beat Shaq". "Iko Iko" is the amusing spoken "interludes" track resembling prank phone calls.
The intriguing part came from the track "My Internet Girl" about the totally sweet cyber relationships that blossom from grade school chat rooms something most of us can relate to.
The value of Aaron's Party (Come Get It) is as pure kitsch, the sort of album you look back on years after its release and mock with ironic glee.
|1||Aaron's Party (Come Get It)||4:03|
|2||I Want Candy||3:40|
|4||My Internet Girl||4:07|
|5||That's How I Beat Shaq||3:24|
|6||The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap)||3:45|
|8||Real Good Time||3:49|
|9||Tell Me What You Want||3:20|
|10||Girl You Shine||3:21|
Awards & Certifications
|Year||Song||Billboard Hot 100|
|2001||That's How I Beat Shaq||96|
|2000||Aaron's Party (Come Get It)||35|
|2001||Aaron's Party (Come Get It)||4|
|2000||Aaron's Party (Come Get It)||16|
Aaron Carter Primary Artist, Vocals, Primary Artist
B.J. Nelson Background Vocals
Mark James Track Performer
Timmy Allen Background Vocals
Tony Battaglia Guitar
Jimmy Bralower Percussion, Drums, Keyboards
Nick Foster Keyboards
Paul Gendler Guitar
Arif St. Michael Background Vocals
Biti Strauchn Background Vocals
Mike Rose Keyboards, Background Vocals
Johnny Gale Bass, Guitar
Jackie Murphy Track Performer
Sonia Allen Background Vocals
Gary Carolla Percussion, Drums
Wade Robson Track Performer
Larry Campbell Instrumentation
Nick Foster Programming
Michael Tucker Engineer, Digital Editing
Mike Rose Programming
Steve Mac Arranger, Producer
Gary Carolla Producer
Chris Laws Engineer
- In this album many critics say that he raps better than Eminem.
- Aaron Carter considred "My Internet Girl", the fourth track of the album as "wild and sexy".
- Find this CD on Amazon