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Aaron Carter

In his early days as a teen idol, Florida singer/songwriter Aaron Carter was one of pop's biggest sensations. The Tampa-born Carter began his career in show biz at the tender age of seven. Over the next five years he made a name for himself as an energetic and charismatic performer, both on-stage and in the studio. His self-titled 1997 debut was a success outside the United States (much like his brother Nick's early work with his group, Backstreet Boys), going gold in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, and Spain. A single on the Pokemon: The First Movie soundtrack, opening gigs for the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears, a biography and video collection, and appearances on Nickelodeon set the stage for his sophomore LP, the triple-platinum Aaron's Party (Come Get It). The album peaked at number four on the Billboard 200 and became his biggest American hit to date. The party continued on Oh Aaron, which was issued in the summer of 2001. Additional tours with Backstreet and Britney -- as well as soundtrack contributions to movies like Rugrats, Jimmy Neutron, and The Princess Diaries -- kept him busy into the next year. He also made his acting debut on then-girlfriend Hilary Duff's Disney series, Lizzie McGuire. By the spring of 2002 he was back in the studio again. Calling on several big-name pop producers, Carter put together Another Earthquake! during the year and released it that fall. The album debuted within the Top 20 and produced the hit "America A O." In the years that followed, Carter would be embroiled in a major lawsuit against his former manager, the late Lou Pearlman, and the focus drifted away from his music and toward tabloid drama. Several compilation albums were issued, but new output would be sparse. In 2009, he joined the cast of Dancing with the Stars' ninth season, finishing in fifth place. He also released the "Dance with Me" single with Flo Rida. A collaboration with Busta Rhymes ("Planet Rock") was issued the next year, but a full-fledged effort would not arrive for years. Theater roles and stints on reality television occupied time in between various one-off concerts around the United States. In 2013, he began his official comeback with his first tour in almost a decade. The first taste of his new sound arrived in 2015. "Fool's Gold" introduced Carter's matured R&B sound, bringing him from the era of '90s teen pop to a more contemporary style reminiscent of Justin Bieber and ZAYN. The track would appear on his LØVË EP (Rakkaus Records), which was released in early 2017. "Fool's Gold" and second single "Sooner or Later" returned Carter to the charts, the latter gaining significant traction on online streaming services. ~ Neil Z. Yeung & Heather Phares
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Aaron Carter

  1.   Song
  2.   America A O
  3.   Fool's Gold
  4.   Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
  5.   Sooner or Later
  6.   Oh Aaron
  7.   Life Is a Party
  8.   That's How I Beat Shaq
  9.   Summertime
  10.   Leave It Up to Me
  11.   Not Too Young, Not Too Old
  12.   [Untitled Hidden Track]
  13.   When It Comes to You
  14.   I'm All About You
  15.   A.C.'s Alien Nation
  16.   Bounce
  17.   I Want Candy
  18.   [Untitled Track]
  19.   One Better
  20.   She Wants Me
  21.   Do You Remember
  22.   To All the Girls
  23.   Come Follow Me
  24.   Cowgirl (Lil' Mama)
  25.   Tell Me What You Want
  26.   Iko Iko
  27.   My Internet Girl
  28.   Girl You Shine
  29.   I Just Can't Wait to Be King
  30.   My Shorty
  31.   Keep Believing
  32.   Without You (There'd Be No Me)
  33.   2 Good 2 B True
  34.   My First Ride
  35.   Baby It's You
  36.   I Would
  37.   Stride (Jump on the Fizzy)
  38.   Girl You Shine
  39.   Let Me Let You
  40.   Same Way
  41.   Hey You
  42.   [Untitled Track]
  43.   Another Earthquake
  44.   [Untitled Track]
  45.   Dearly Departed
  46.   The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap)
  47.   Real Good Time
  48.   The Kid in You

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