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Album Review

Whenever a teen phenomenon hits a peak the cash-in product arrives, and so it is with the Jonas Brothers in 2009. Just three years and three albums after their 2006 debut, It's About Time, the trio has its first top-lined cinematic release, The Jonas Brothers in 3D, a big-screen spectacle in the vein of Miley Cyrus' 2008 Best of Both Worlds Concert, which featured a small set from the brothers. As an album, Music from the 3D Concert Experience isn't as pure a piece of product as Best of Both Worlds Concert, largely because the brothers sometimes get to act like the band they are, occasionally departing from the script, working in some covers and supporting other singers. Whenever they're singing their biggest hits or Radio Disney staples, the music is almost indistinguishable from the studio albums — well, apart from the rougher, flatter vocals — but this soundtrack is best when things get opened up a bit: when the brothers give "BB Good" a breakdown out of Billy Joel's 52nd Street, have Taylor Swift on-stage to duet on her hit "Should've Said No," sing with Demi Lovato on the Camp Rock tune "This Is Me," even when they steamroll over Shania Twain's "I'm Gonna Get You Good," which is perhaps a bit flat-footed but still fun. These are the moments that show the Jonas Brothers at their best, while the rest — including the new studio cut "Love Is on Its Way" — shows the group as professionals, re-creating recordings on the spot. It's enough to please the fans, if not quite enough to turn into something more than a souvenir for them.

Customer Reviews

Amazing, but...

Every Jonas song is amazing, and mostly live. You can hear a few jumps in some of the tracks where Disney tried to cover up a mistake which, is okay for the most part. This is Me live is just the RECORDING. This isn't Demi live, this is a recording with screaming fans added to make you believe that its actually her, when its not! I went to the concert, and she sounded a lot more shaky. Joe sounds like for about 4 seconds on this track. Thats my only problem. Otherwise, I think this is a very good album and, for the most part, its all live!

The music really is real.

Almost everyone will say that this album is not worth buying cause almost all the songs are old but for any Jonas fan who's been to a concert or seen the 3D movie then this is a must have! Even for those who have never seen them on stage, need to hear this because this really chowcases their talent and proves that they are actual musicians since not every artist out there sounds great Live but the Jonas Borthers do. Other than the live performances of the old songs, "Love Is On Its Way" is an incredible song and is a must have! It really has a great message and is really inspiring. The "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" cover is amazing and the duet with Taylor Swift is awesome too! I hope people will overlook the "teen" image and actually appreciate the Jonas Brothers as real artists cause they are amazing.


I was at the Toronto show, and the sound quality wasn't that good. These live recordings are flawless and I'm very impressed! These boys and the talent that they work with are the best of the best


Formed: 2005 in Wyckoff, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the most popular teenaged groups of the 2000s, the Jonas Brothers crafted hook-filled power pop anthems in the vein of McFly, Hanson, and the Modern Lovers. The young New Jersey natives (while readying their 2006 debut, brothers Joe, Kevin, and Nick Jonas topped out at 16, 17, and 13, respectively) were reared in the city of Wyckoff under the tutelage of musical parents. Nick showed a particular flair for singing; by the age of six, he'd already begun a modest career as a Broadway performer....
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