Lines, Vines And Trying Times mp3 Album by Jonas Brothers

Lines, Vines And Trying Timesby Jonas Brothers

  • 13 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 47:54


1.World War Iii3:13
3.Fly With Me3:54
4.Poison Ivy4:09
5.Hey Baby3:19
6.Before The Storm [Ft. Miley Cyrus]4:26
7.What Did I Do To Your Heart3:17
8.Much Better4:36
9.Black Keys3:48
10.Don't Charge Me For The Crime [Ft. Common]3:59
11.Turn Right2:48
12.Don't Speak3:55
13.Keep It Real2:51
I really don't listen to the "Jonas Brothers" because I think, and know, they all have these "fan-girls", which are girls who love or like other famous people for their looks. If the choice were mine, I would run the Jonas Brothers out of business. They suck at guitar, and duet, and triplet singing. In my opinion, you should all listen to REAL Rock, Blues, Metal, or something, besides this, Hip-Hop, Rap, or things like that. Please people, listen to the original stuff, and not this bull crap, please.
Like what the moderator said, the Jonas Brothers’ fourth album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, received mixed reviews. However, even though critics disliked the album, it still sold 247,000 copies in its first week and hit #1 on the Billboard 200. This just supports my opinion that the fangirls are in it solely for their looks. I have to be honest here, folks, Disney new who to pick. If you thought that the Beatles’ early concerts were insane in the sense of the screaming girls, The Jonas Brothers’ concerts are just about as extreme. Girls are screaming, buying all of their merchandise that is sold, and even asking in concerts, “(insert name of Jonas Brother here), will you marry me?!”—as if they will say yes! It just doesn’t stop…ever. Disney has been exploiting their fifteen minutes of fame on this album. One song features Miley Cyrus, one who has stayed with Disney forever, and the love songs are continued here. Ballads are overused as usual (just saying, if you’re writing mostly love songs, keep the ballads to a minimum), and they exploited them here. Every song says “I’m in love with you” in some weird way. The song Paranoid (not to be confused with the awesome Black Sabbath song off of the album with the same name) shows that perfectly. If they are not saying “I love you”, they are saying “What did I do to deserve your breakup with me?” The love based songs are unbearably clichéd. This song does not have as many hits as the other albums (only Paranoid, Fly with Me, and Keep it Real), but this album was promoted as hell. Radio Disney played all of their songs from the album in a period of four days (not all the songs in order consecutively), they played on Good Morning America, and ended Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian with Fly with me. I do not recommend this album, and I’m very glad that The Jonas Brothers lost fame.
Mp3Caprice Moderator
Lines, Vines and Trying Times is the fourth studio album of American pop rock boy band, The Jonas Brothers. It was released on 16 June 2009 in the U.S and became their third album released under Hollywood Records. The album received mixed reviews from critics. The lead single of the album is "Paranoid". Lines, Vines and Trying Times debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 .It was sold by 247,000 copies for the first week.