Oh Aaron

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Oh Aaron
Oh Aaron.jpg
Studio album by Aaron Carter
Released August 7, 2001
Recorded 2001
Genre Teen pop, pop rap, dance-pop
Length 33:47
Label Jive Records
Aaron Carter chronology
Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
Oh Aaron
Another Earthquake!
Singles from Oh Aaron
  1. "Oh Aaron"
  2. "Not Too Young, Not Too Old"
  3. "I'm All About You"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly C−[2]

Oh Aaron is American teen pop singer Aaron Carter's third studio album, released in the summer of 2001. The album features three collaborations with No Secrets and his older brother, Nick Carter. Although not as successful as his second album, it found success in the U.S., peaking at #7 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA making this Aaron's second top 10 album and second platinum-selling album. This album was also his second album that was released under Jive Records.

Oh Aaron was accompanied by a concert DVD of the same name, which was released on March 26, 2002, and included footage of his 2001 concert in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as well as music videos and interviews.

Play Along Toys also created an Aaron Carter action figure in conjunction with the album's release.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Oh Aaron" (featuring Nick Carter & No Secrets) Brian Kierulf / Josh Schwartz / Andy Goldmark 3:17
2. "Not Too Young, Not Too Old" (featuring Nick Carter) Mickey Power / Lucas Secon / Lena Palmer / Vanya Raeburn / Amanda Lindsey / Simone Williams 3:06
3. "Stride (Jump on the Fizzy)" (featuring No Secrets) Schwartz / Kierulf / Matthew Wilder / Greg Prestopino 3:14
4. "Come Follow Me" M. Power / L. Secon 3:03
5. "I Would" Kierulf / Schwartz / Goldmark) 3:06
6. "Baby It's You" Martin Bushell / Nicky Cook/ Ben Copeland / Philip Dane 3:05
7. "I'm All About You" Mark Mueller / Andrew Goldmark 3:40
8. "The Kid in You" N. Butler / Andrew Goldmark 3:23
9. "Hey You" Cook / Copeland / Dane 2:54
10. "Cowgirl (Lil' Mama)" C. Terrell 3:37
11. "Aaron Carter Spoken ID"   1:25
  • "Stride (Jump on the Fizzy)" contains a sample from "Break My Stride" written by Matthew Wilder and Greg Prestopino.
  • The Australian edition includes two bonus tracks before the interview with Aaron as tracks 11 and 12, "Get Up on Ya Feet" and "One for the Summer".
  • The Korean edition of the album included only "Get Up on Ya Feet". A Korean special edition included a bonus VCD with the music videos of "Oh Aaron", "Not Too Young, Not Too Old", "I'm All About You", and the song and music video for Aaron's promotional song featured in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, "Leave It Up to Me". It also featured an interview with Aaron along with brother Nick, and a look behind the scenes of the filming of the video for "I'm All About You". "Come Follow Me" was featured in the extended trailer for Hey Arnold! The Movie.
  • Other Asian editions were special releases featuring most of the songs from Aaron's debut album as "bonus tracks". A similar concept was employed on an Eastern European edition, which featured several tracks from Aaron's Party (as well as a remix of the title track and another song from around the time, "Everybody Stand Up"), two songs from Aaron's debut, "Leave It Up to Me" from Jimmy Neutron and another song by Aaron's on the soundtrack, "A.C.'s Alien Nation". This edition contains several misspellings and what seem to be repeats of several tracks already on the album. [1]


Album sales[edit]

  • Week 1: 133,000 (133,000)
  • Week 2: 77,000 (210,000)
  • Week 3: 59,000 (269,000)
  • Week 4: 45,000 (314,000)
  • Week 5: 30,000 (344,000)
  • Week 6: 28,000 (372,000)
  • Week 7: 25,000 (397,000)

[3] and has sold over 1 million copies to date.

Charts and certifications[edit]


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Entertainment Weekly review
  3. ^ RIAA History - Gold and Platinum - Search Results
  4. ^ http://www.oricon.co.jp/prof/artist/32107/ranking/cd_album/ Oricon Archive - past 2001 release date - Oh Aaron
  5. ^ "Aaron Carter – Chart history" Billboard 200 for Aaron Carter. Retrieved May 9, 2015.
  6. ^ "American album certifications – Aaron Carter – Oh Aaron". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH
  7. ^ "Year-End Charts: Billboard 200 Albums - 2001". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved May 9, 2015. 
  8. ^ "Year-End Charts: Billboard 200 Albums - 2002". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved May 9, 2015.