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article imageReview: Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter upbeat on new 'All American' album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jan 19, 2016 in Music
Nick Carter, from the multi-platinum boy band Backstreet Boys, is back with his solo album, "All American," and it is an upbeat studio effort.
Carter's CD opens with the up-tempo yet nostalgic "19 in 99," which is easy to sing along to, and it is followed by an upbeat duet with Canadian songstress Avril Lavigne entitled "Get Over Me."
While "California" may be a bit overproduced, it is a neat track about "The Golden State." "Second Wind" is more mellow and soothing than the previous songs, and "Swet" is catchy and fun. In the ballad "Cherry Pie," Carter showcases his impressive falsetto.
"Tijuana" is an upbeat and infectious track, which is worthy of the repeat button. Melodically, the title track "All American" has a Bowling for Soup ("1985") vibe to it. "Man on the Moon" is a noteworthy piano-driven ballad, while "Horoscope" is a great deal of fun. It closes with the acoustic ballad "I Will Wait."
Fans can check the album out on iTunes by clicking here.
The Verdict
Overall, Nick Carter does a solid job on his latest solo project, All American. It is worth more than just a passing glance since it is a versatile project. His album earns 4 out of 5 stars.
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