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Jonas Brothers
Jonas Brothers
Jonas Brothers
Genre: Pop
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Jonas Brothers' self-titled album features the hits "Hold On", "Kids of the Future", "Year 3000" and more in CDVU+ (pronounced "view plus"), the new way to "VU" music. Bonus content is accessible from any type of comput...  more »


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All Artists: Jonas Brothers
Title: Jonas Brothers
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 15
Label: Phantom Sound & Vision
Original Release Date: 1/1/2008
Re-Release Date: 2/26/2008
Album Type: Import
Genre: Pop
Styles: Teen Pop, Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 050087103408, 4945817531094, 5099952240027


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Jonas Brothers' self-titled album features the hits "Hold On", "Kids of the Future", "Year 3000" and more in CDVU+ (pronounced "view plus"), the new way to "VU" music. Bonus content is accessible from any type of computer (PC or Mac). The project includes 10 exclusive videos, 75 printable photos, lyrics, a personalized autographed poster creator, and hidden links.

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Sharon H. from NORTH BEND, WA
Reviewed on 4/4/2009...
Great cd and band. Very fun music and very meaning full. My whole family enjoys this cd
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As someone who isn't remotely in this band's target group, I
Jonathan Appleseed | 08/28/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Two weeks ago, I noticed that an album from a group I'd never heard of debuted at #5 on Billboard's Hot 200 chart. (I'm finding this happening more and more these days - in Chicago, virtually all that any radio station will play is hip-hop or rap, and I just don't relate.) When something like this happens, I usually do a little background check, just to see who the group or artist is so that I can pretend to be the person I always said I would be 25 years ago: I wouldn't be like my parents; I'd grow with Music as Music itself grew, and would always stay with the current trends. Well, that didn't work quite the way I planned.

I digress.

I looked these guys up, and immediately noticed their "resemblance" to Hanson. Kind of hard not to notice that. As Hanson somewhat recently released a *fantastic* album (Underneath), I thought I'd listen to a few clips from the songs on the Jonas Brothers CD here on Amazon and see what comparisons could be made. I was expecting an interesting and singularly intellectual comparison; what I wasn't expecting was that I would actually like what I heard.

I *really* liked what I heard, so I bought the CD and during my first listen was surprised that I wasn't turned off. I had assumed that I heard their best in those short clips, and would regret spending my money on whole CD. Then I heard the first few chords of Year 3000, and I really took notice. That song hooked me from the second it started to play. I loved it. When I looked up the lyrics, I couldn't help but laugh a bit. They don't make a lot of sense (if any), but it must have been a lot of fun to write.

Going through the CD a second and third time, other songs stuck out, and I realized that this was actually something very special. I don't know who's handling these three guys, but the production values and engineering on the CD is superb.

Songs that have stuck out for me as very, very good are:
- S.O.S.
- Hold On
- That's Just the Way We Roll
- Hello Beautiful
- Still in Love with You
- Year 3000
- Kids of the Future

With the state of music as it is today, I don't know if they'll see the kind of success that I think they deserve. I think that if this had hit the radio in the 80s or 90s, it would have been a HUGE success. We'll see.

About one song: Kids of the Future. That's from the "Meet the Robinsons" soundtrack, and is a rewritten version of Kim Wilde's Kids in America, which was very successful for her in the 80s. It's been covered many, many times, but the Jonas Brothers do it justice.

I hope that their debut CD is re-released. I'd buy it. (And I'm not the target
Kids love it
R. STEIN | New Jersey | 09/29/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This was a long awaited CD for my kids (13 and 10. It has 4 major DISNEY hirs - SOS, Hold On, Year 3000 and Kids of the Future (a remake of Kids in America). Overall good clean fun.)"