Sum 41 and Jonas Brothers CD Reviews
Canadian rock veterans Sum 41 have dropped their fifth album and relative newbies Jonas Brothers are on to round two. We've got the 411 on both albums.
Sum 41 - Underclass HeroSum 41's fifth studio album, Underclass Hero, has just hit shelves and has already broken into Billboard's top 10. The pop-punk album breaks away from Sum 41's younger, rawer sound, but struggles to replace it with a cohesive new one. The one standout track is the ballad So Long Goodbye, which is bound to get a ton of radio play. However, Sum 41's copycat sound (think Blink-182 meets The Black Parade meets lame) is mostly disappointing.
Sum 41 - Underclass Hero Fun Facts
Sum 41 - Underclass Hero Hot TracksSo Long Goodbye
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Jonas Brothers - Jonas BrothersThe Jonas Brothers' sophomore album shows a more polished side of the Jonas boys, compared to their first album It's About Time. Their sound is parent-friendly (no trash talking from these Christian boys) and catchy. If you're a rock devotee, these guys could be too tame for your tastes, but if you're looking for the male equivalent of Hannah Montana, you've just found your boys!
Jonas Brothers - Jonas Brothers Fun Facts
Jonas Brothers - Jonas Brothers Hot TracksS.O.S.; Year 3000; Still in Love With You
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