In this episode we're featuring the album that cemented Alan Jackson as a bona fide 90s country superstar: "Don't Rock The Jukebox" (1991). It sold four million copies and four of the five singles went to number one - catapulting this quiet Georgia-native to the forefront of traditional country music - a place he stayed until well into the 2000s. Excellent production, with just the right amount of slick to go with the twang, fiddle and steel - Jackson had a hand in writing nine of the album's ten tracks, so he can take much of the credit for it's success. Highlights include the haunting "Midnight In Montgomery", the magnificient play on words in "Walkin' The Floor Over Me" and "Just Playin' Possum" which mix nicely with the title track and a tender ballad or two. Really one of the best albums of the decade.