- Released: January 17, 2006
- Label: Sony Mod - Afw Line
- 1.Aaron's Party (Come Get It)
- 2.That's How I Beat Shaq
- 4.My Internet Girl
- 5.I Want Candy
- 6.Leave It Up To Me
- 7.A.C.s Aliien Nation
- 8.Oh Aaron
- 9.I'm All About You
- 10.To All The Girls
- 11.Another Earthquake!
- 12.One Better
Personnel: Aaron Carter (background vocals); Aaron Carter (vocals); Brian Kierulf (vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming, drum programming, background vocals); Andy Goldmark (vocals, keyboards, drums, programming, drum programming, percussion programming, background vocals); Josh Schwartz (vocals, background vocals); Stacy Smith, Audrey Martells, Jennifer Karr (vocals); Larry Campbell (various instruments, guitar, keyboards, programming, drum programming); Nate Butler (various instruments, programming, background vocals); Marc Swersky, Michael Hart Thompson , Kevin Armstrong (guitar); Chris DeStefano, Pete Amato (keyboards, drums, percussion programming); Buck Johnson (keyboards, background vocals); Ken Gioia (drums, programming, background vocals); Nate "Billionheir" Butler (drums, percussion programming); Denny Weston, Jr. (drums); Steve Lunt (kendang); Patrick Berger (programming); Myles Schneit (scratches); Carly "No Secrets" Lewis, Erin Tanner, Daria Reed, Angel "No Secrets" Faith, Sonia Allen, Rich Cronin, Jade Gaspar, Jessica Fried, Marc Nelson, Timmy Allen (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Chris Trevett; Ken Gioia; Matt Howe; Mick Guzauski; Richard Travali; Stephen George; Steve Mac.
Audio Remixer: Charlie Midnight.
Liner Note Author: Michael Hill.
Recording information: Battery Studios, New York, NY; Coney Island Studios, Glendale, CA; Final Approach Encino, CA; Mike's House, L.A; Parc Studios, Orlando, FL; Portopia, New York, NY; Rokstone Studios, London, England; Spectra Management Studios, Inc., Marathon, FL; The Bank, Atlanta, GA; The DOJO, Jackson, NJ.
Editors: Michael Tucker; Brian Kierulf; Paul Umbach.
Arrangers: Andy Goldmark; Steve Mac.
In 2006, tween/teen-pop sensation Aaron Carter unveiled his second best-of collection. Although the disc shares many tracks with the earlier MOST REQUESTED HITS, this compilation is more focused, showcasing a well-selected handful of songs from each of the Radio Disney staple's three post-millennium albums. Highlights include Carter's cover of Bow Wow Wow's "I Want Candy," the hip-hop-tinged "Leave It Up to Me," and the bouncy "To All the Girls." The younger brother of the Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, the singer/actor clearly picked up his family's song-and-dance gene, and this concise 12-track set shines the spotlight on many of his most entertaining musical moments.