10 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As much of a blockbuster as Alan Jackson’s debut album was, his sophomore record was where he perfected his friendly, neo-traditional country sound (and spearheaded a whole musical movement in the process). With tunes like the rockabilly-tinged "Love's Got a Hold on You," the boot-stomping proletarian salute "Working Class Hero," and the honky-tonk–loving title track, it's easy to see why Don't Rock the Jukebox is considered a definitive country album of the ’90s.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As much of a blockbuster as Alan Jackson’s debut album was, his sophomore record was where he perfected his friendly, neo-traditional country sound (and spearheaded a whole musical movement in the process). With tunes like the rockabilly-tinged "Love's Got a Hold on You," the boot-stomping proletarian salute "Working Class Hero," and the honky-tonk–loving title track, it's easy to see why Don't Rock the Jukebox is considered a definitive country album of the ’90s.

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