Another Earthquake!

Another Earthquake! is American teen pop singer Aaron Carter's fourth studio album released in the fall of 2002. The album made its chart debut at #18 in the Billboard with 41,000 sold[3] but plummet to #41 (21,000) in its second week.[4][5] This album was not as successful as Oh Aaron[6] and became Aaron's third overall and final studio album under the company of Jive Records.

For sixteen years, Another Earthquake! remained Carter's last official studio album until the album "LøVë" was released worldwide on February 16, 2018.

Another Earthquake!
Another Earthquake
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 3, 2002
GenreTeen pop, pop rap, dance-pop, pop rock
LabelJive Records
ProducerMartin Bushell, Nick Cook, Jeff Coplan, Phil Dane, Kenny Gioia, Andy Goldmark, Alexander Greggs, Lucas, Tony Momrelle, Danny O'Donoghue, Kevin Paige, Riprock, Mark Sheehan, Sheppard
Aaron Carter chronology
Oh Aaron
Another Earthquake!
Most Requested Hits
Singles from Another Earthquake
  1. "Another Earthquake!"
    Released: 2002
  2. "Summertime"
    Released: 2002
  3. "To All the Girls"
    Released: 2002
  4. "Do You Remember"
    Released: 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]
Entertainment WeeklyFavorable[2]

Track listing

1."Another Earthquake!"Power, Lucas Secon2:51
2."To All the Girls"Sheppard, Rich Cronin, Kenny Gioia3:25
3."Summertime" (featuring Baha Men)Nicky Cook, Tony Momrelle, Martin Bushell3:49
4."My First Ride"Power, Secon3:09
5."Do You Remember"Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Mueller, Mark Sheehan3:57
6."2 Good 2 B True"Cook, Suzi Thurston, Phil Dane, Bushell3:32
7."When It Comes to You"Kevin Paige, Veit Renn3:38
8."America A O"Power, Secon, Alan Ross3:29
9."Without You (There'd Be No Me)"Cook, Ben Coplan, Momrelle, Bushell2:57
10."Keep Believing"Andy Goldmark, Mueller3:15
11."Sugar"Brad Daymond, Alex Greggs, Goldmark2:49
12."Nick Snippets" 4:38
13."You Get to My Heart" (bonus track)Goldmark, Mueller3:04

The song "America A O" became the most requested song in Radio Disney's history, and the song "Summertime" was used in The Even Stevens Movie.


  • "Another Earthquake!"
  • "Summertime" (featuring Baha Men)
  • "To All the Girls"
  • "Do You Remember"


Charts (2002) Peak
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[7] 55
US Billboard 200[8] 18


  1. ^ Allmusic's Another Earthquake! review Retrieved January 8, 2016
  2. ^ Caramanica, Jon (September 27, 2002) Another Earthquake! EW review Time Inc. Entertainment Weekly Retrieved January 8, 2016.
  3. ^ Dixie Chicks 'Home' Again At No. 1 (9/12/2002) / Retrieved January 8, 2016
  4. ^ Joe d'angelo (9/18/2002) Dixie Chicks Keep Their Home At Top Of Albums Chart Retrieved January 6, 2016
  5. ^ Billboard Magazine The Billboard 200 (October 5, 2002) Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Vol. 114,Nº 40 p.78 Retrieved January 8, 2016
  6. ^ Marcus Gilmer, Jason Heller, Steven Hyden, Genevieve Koski, and Keith Phipps (January 23, 2012) Maybe 1 million Lou Bega fans can be wrong: 14 albums that surprisingly went platinum The Onion, Inc. The A.V. Club Retrieved January 8, 2016
  7. ^ Oricon Archive - past 2002 release date - Another Earthquake! Retrieved January 6, 2016
  8. ^ "Aaron Carter Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2015.
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