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Jason Aldean's voice is typical for country style

By Zack Harbin Times, Staff Reporter
On November 14, 2012

Before I go any further with this review, I just want to let everyone know that am not a country fan at all, so to do this was very interesting. This review is on Jason Aldean's album Night Train, which was released October 16.
The first song I listened to was "1994". To  me, it sounded like any other country tune. I heard the usual, bendy guitar riffs and the banjos in the background. So nothing too eye-opening for me.
The second song I listened to was "Talk". The intro to this song starts out with a nice relaxing riff, but then he started to sing. I have to be honest, I don't like his voice, and to me the singer's voice in any band is key to their songs. I thought his voice was whiny and not pleasant, which pretty much ruined the rest of the song.
The last song I listened to was "Walking Away". This song makes me sad because it's talking about wanting someone to walk out of his life, which is something I am dealing with right now.
My rating for this album on a scale of 1-10, I'd have to go with a 4. The reason for that is like I said earlier, I don't like his voice and it made the music sound bad.

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