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    1. Popstar
    $10.99
    2. Aaron Carter - Aaron's Party (Live
    $10.99
    3. Aaron Carter - Oh Aaron (Live
    $6.00
    4. Aaron Carter - Aaron's Party (Come
    $12.49
    5. Aaron Carter: Aaron's Party -

    1. Popstar
    DVD
    list price: $9.98 -- our price: $1.79
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    Asin: B000B5XP1K
    Manufacturer: New Line Home Video
    Sales Rank: 28543
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    DescriptionWhen pop star and teen heartthrob JD McQueen (Aaron Carter) lets fame go to his head, his mother sends him back to school and gives him an ultimatum - pass math or no summer tour! But what he doesn't anticipate is falling for his biggest fan!

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    2. Aaron Carter - Aaron's Party (Live in Concert!)
    DVD
    list price: $11.98 -- our price: $10.99
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    Asin: B00005LE3M
    Manufacturer: Jive
    Sales Rank: 105287
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    DescriptionThis angelic-looking preteen has followed the career path of his older brother, Backstreet Boy heartthrob Nick Carter, to become a pop sensation in his own right. With all of his newfound success, it is only fitting that Aaron offer up an all-new concert to his adoring fans. Aaron's Party: Live in Concert! is an edited version of Nickelodeon's Snick Underground and footage from Aaron's 13th birthday party and his new album, along with a personal greeting from Aaron himself.Includes "That's How I Beat Shaq" music video; NBA's "Inside Stuff" - The making of "That's How I Beat Shaq"; snippets of Aaron Carter in the studio, recording his new album; a personal greeting from Aaron Carter. ... Read more


    3. Aaron Carter - Oh Aaron (Live in Concert)
    DVD
    list price: $11.98 -- our price: $10.99
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    Asin: B0000639F6
    Manufacturer: Jive
    Sales Rank: 107787
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    4. Aaron Carter - Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
    DVD
    list price: $14.98 -- our price: $6.00
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    Asin: B00004YKPR
    Manufacturer: Jive
    Sales Rank: 115172
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    Editorial Review

    Amazon.com"My stuff will never be lame," says Aaron Carter. Thanks, kid, but we'llbe the judge of that. Truth be told, the 12-year-old Carter, brother ofBackstreet Boy Nick Carter (which might have a little something to dowith Aaron's rapid ascent in the world of kid pop), has talent. In this DVDpackage (essentially a showcase for five videos from his third album, with some behind-the- scenes filler), he displays an appealing personality, a face guaranteed to makethe girls swoon, a flotilla of makeup artists, wardrobe people, and otherhandlers, some nifty dance moves, and a rap style that's... well, it's at leastas hip as any other white suburban 12-year-old's. And his repertoire, while notexactly groundbreaking, does take a couple of surprising turns, especially inthe form of "Iko Iko," the New Orleans standard (written in the '50s and a hitfor the Dixie Cups in the '60s). Also included are "I Want Candy" (the BoDiddley-beat-heavy Strangeloves hit), and the nursery rhyme-like "Clapping Song"(once covered by the immortal Pia Zadora, among many others).

    All in all, it's good clean fun--except for the fact that there's somethingunsettling, creepy even, about watching a prepubescent kid bust moves, rap about"old school" (kindergarten, maybe?), and throw down the "yo"-speak without atrace of self-consciousness. Sure, Michael Jackson and Donny Osmond werepolished youngsters too, but they also had a certain innocence that's almosttotally lacking here. Case in point: included in the disc's extra features is atrivia game that tells you not only what Aaron's favorite food, color, andBeanie Baby are, but also what kind of motorcycle he rides as well as the titleof his mom's new book.Precocious? That doesn't even begin to cover it. --Sam Graham1 ... Read more


    5. Aaron Carter: Aaron's Party - The Videos
    DVD
    list price: $13.98 -- our price: $12.49
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    Asin: B000Z6RH5U
    Manufacturer: Sbme Special Mkts.
    Sales Rank: 122334
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    Editorial Review

    Amazon.com"My stuff will never be lame," says Aaron Carter. Thanks, kid, but we'llbe the judge of that. Truth be told, the 12-year-old Carter, brother ofBackstreet Boy Nick Carter (which might have a little something to dowith Aaron's rapid ascent in the world of kid pop), has talent. In this DVDpackage (essentially a showcase for five videos from his third album, with some behind-the- scenes filler), he displays an appealing personality, a face guaranteed to makethe girls swoon, a flotilla of makeup artists, wardrobe people, and otherhandlers, some nifty dance moves, and a rap style that's... well, it's at leastas hip as any other white suburban 12-year-old's. And his repertoire, while notexactly groundbreaking, does take a couple of surprising turns, especially inthe form of "Iko Iko," the New Orleans standard (written in the '50s and a hitfor the Dixie Cups in the '60s). Also included are "I Want Candy" (the BoDiddley-beat-heavy Strangeloves hit), and the nursery rhyme-like "Clapping Song"(once covered by the immortal Pia Zadora, among many others).

    All in all, it's good clean fun--except for the fact that there's somethingunsettling, creepy even, about watching a prepubescent kid bust moves, rap about"old school" (kindergarten, maybe?), and throw down the "yo"-speak without atrace of self-consciousness. Sure, Michael Jackson and Donny Osmond werepolished youngsters too, but they also had a certain innocence that's almosttotally lacking here. Case in point: included in the disc's extra features is atrivia game that tells you not only what Aaron's favorite food, color, andBeanie Baby are, but also what kind of motorcycle he rides as well as the titleof his mom's new book.Precocious? That doesn't even begin to cover it. --Sam Graham1 ... Read more


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