Crude or Profane Language
Drug and Alcohol Content
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This 13-year-old brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter supports big bro by plugging his act on "Oh Aaron" and "Come Follow Me" "unfortunately, the latter also promotes Britney Spears). Despite being disenchanted with school, Aaron does his homework, loves his parents and completes his chores with a smile ("The Kid in You"). He’d rather solve disputes by rollerblading or playing basketball than by fighting ("Not Too Young, Not Too Old"). He may be a bit young to obsess over girls, but he keeps his puppy-love songs clean ("I Would," "Baby It’s You," "Oh Aaron," "I’m All About You," "Hey You," "Cowgirl").
Carter seems a little too self-impressed on "Stride (Jump on the Fizzy)." Shameless commercials for a movie and live concert video appear on the disc.
This CD is better than Carter’s last release, the double-platinum Aaron’s Party (Come Get It). It won’t change the world, but there’s something refreshing about music that uses youthful enthusiasm to express respect for family members and a willingness to do chores.