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Jonas Brothers :: A Little Bit Longer CD Review

The Jonas Brothers are back with their new album, A Little Bit Longer
Courtesy of Hollywood Records
Jonas Brothers :: A Little Bit Longer CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 12, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Guess what? You don't have to wait A Little Bit Longer for the new Jonas Brothers album, because it's out now!

Guess what? You don't have to wait A Little Bit Longer for the new Jonas Brothers album, because it's out now!

Jonas Brothers :: A Little Bit Longer

With the Jonas boys, Miley Cyrus, and a bunch of rising tween stars like Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez, it looks like tween pop-rock is the most popular (and profitable) segment of the music industry today. If Miley is Queen, the Jonas Brothers are King, and their new album a decree to the whole kingdom that they rock. Die hard fans already love this album, but there’s a lot to love for all ages. The first single, Burnin’ Up, has a killer hook and an R&B flavor, Love Bug is a terrific ballad sure to make the girls swoon, and they even stray from the Disney mold a bit with Video Girl, calling out fame-seeking girls. The boys co-wrote every song and they consistently bring you ripping guitar solos and swelling choruses which are sure to get the hearts pumping of more than just their young female fans.

Fun Facts

  • The album title and song by the same name was written by Nick Jonas about dealing with diabetes.
  • This album will feature CDVU+ technology that includes more than 30 pages of bonus features with exclusive video performances, 60 printable photos, complete album lyrics, downloadable graphics, and hidden links.
  • The album packaging is made from 100% recyclable materials.
  • All four songs from the album released on iTunes have been number one on their Top Songs chart.
  • On August 5, 2008, A Little Bit Longer was put up on MTV's The Leak where one can listen to the album before it is released.
  • Hot Tracks

    Burnin' Up, Love Bug, Video Girl, A Little Bit Longer.

    Rating: 4



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