Jonas Brothers - Jonas Brothers

Published Tuesday 25th March 2008
Jonas Brothers - Jonas Brothers
Jonas Brothers - Jonas Brothers

RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 44074-13614
LABEL: Hollywood 1773059
RELEASE DATE: 2008-06-23
RRP: £15.99

Reviewed by Julie Porter

The three teenagers from New Jersey release a great pop punk album which has been lodged for months in the US charts yet, strangely, still shows no signs of a UK release. Their distinctive vocals and harmonies resonate throughout the album, which features some dance-rock grooves like "S.O.S", "Goodnight And Goodbye" and "Games". "When You Look Me In The Eyes" shows off a mellower pop rock sound and feels like a cross between Busted and Brian Adams! Talking of Busted, the Jonas Brothers have covered the Busted track "Year 3000" (that was their breakthrough US hit) and the album ends with their remake of Kim Wilde's "Kids In America" as "Kids Of The Future". Recording the project from beginning to end in a mere 21 days Jonas Brothers have delivered an album that's high-energy pop-punk overflowing with catchy hooks and muscular guitar licks. If you enjoy the genre and don't mind somewhat lightweight lyrics 'Jonas Brothers' is for you.

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Reader Comments

Posted by marie in san antinio tx @ 01:50 on Apr 30 2008

i love there music.i just cant believe how god blessed
them so fast.i know god is with them and blessing
ever step they take.

Posted by stehanie in winchester,va @ 17:14 on Apr 15 2008

They are the hottest artist that ever exsisted on this planet!!!!!!!

Reply by Tabris in Philippines @ 03:54 on Jul 7 2009

Ever listened to most 60s/70s/80s/90s (god forbid the 90s) music? Then you will see how wrong it is to base your sentiments on such il-welded pandering.

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