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Album Review

Considering that Demi Lovato's debut album, Don't Forget, appeared in the fall of 2008, just as Miley Cyrus was inching away from Hannah Montana and into more adult territory, it's hard not to think that Demi isn't being groomed as a replacement for Miley, but a better musical comparison for this Radio Disney queen is the Jonas Brothers. Lovato appeared in the Disney TV movie Rock Camp with the Brothers and toured with them prior to the release of Don't Forget, but the more crucial connection between the two camps is revealed in the album's credits: six of the 11 songs here were co-written by the Jonas Brothers. Given this, it shouldn't come as a great surprise that Demi's music sounds a lot like the Brothers: it's bright, sugary, snappy power pop, fueled by big, fuzzy guitars and big, muscular hooks. Unlike the Brothers' 2008 album, A Little Bit Longer, there is no attempt to sell Demi Lovato to an audience broader than tweens, so this is pure, unapologetic bubblegum, a fizzy rush of singalong hooks occasionally punctuated by a bit of sighing puppy love, which surfaces most strongly on "On the Line," an actual duet with the Jonas Brothers. This is fine fodder for a middle school slow dance, but what's really memorable about Don't Forget is its parade of urgent, insistent guitar pop — the kind of pop that feels disposable but winds up sticking around longer than its more considered cousins. This kind of trashy fun was missing on A Little Bit Longer, so it's nice to find that it surfaces proudly on Don't Forget. It's pure pop for tween people. [A Deluxe Edition was released in 2009 with a bonus DVD of music videos, live performances, and behind the scenes footage.]

Customer Reviews

Don't forget this album

Demi Lovato has surprised me with this album it was better than i thought it would be. I'm not a huge fan of her but I really like most of the songs on this album. My favourite at the moment is La La Land and Don't Forget. Both very catchy songs. She has done very well for her debut album.

Suprisingly Amazing

Demi Lovato truely suprised me with this album. I was expecting generic bubblegum pop but this is slightly edgier and much more enjoyable to listen to than most other Disney starlets. I honestly haven't been able to stop listening to this album since the first time I heard it. Songs you should look out for: Trainwreck, The Middle, Until You're Mine, La La Land. This album is definitely worth the buy. xoxo

Go Demi!!

This is such a great album! My fave songs would have 2 b back around, la la land, get back, trainwreck and on the line. Great work Demi!


Born: 20 August 1992 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Within a few short years, Demi Lovato went from a Disney starlet to a pop star with many hit singles to her credit, a judge position on the U.S. version of Simon Cowell's popular talent search show The X Factor, and a spokesperson for mental-health issues. Born in 1992 in Dallas, Texas, she was raised in a household that included her mother (a former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader) and her two sisters, the youngest of whom launched her own acting career in 2008. Demi started out as a child actress, starring...
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