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2009 album from the tweenage heartthrobs, an album that showcases their growth as songwriters and musicians. Lines, Vines and Trying Times is the follow up to the band's hit albums A Little Bit Longer and the self-titled Jonas Brothers. Executive produced by Kevin Jonas, Sr., the album was produced by John Fields. The multi-platinum Jonas Brothers received their first Grammy nomination this year, and have won a slew of awards from around the world, including an American Music Award, as well as multiple Kids' Choice and Teen Choice awards. Worldwide, Jonas Brothers have sold a combined 8.1 million albums, and have garnered a resounding total of 36 gold and platinum album certifications.

1. World War III
2. Paranoid
3. Fly With Me
4. Poison Ivy
5. Hey Baby
6. Before The Storm
7. What Did I Do To Your Heart
8. Much Better
9. Black Keys
10. Don't Charge Me For The Crime - featuring Common
11. Turn Right
12. Don't Speak
13. Bonus Track: Keep It Real

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  • Audio CD (June 16, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B0026ICMZK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,896 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By MP on June 17, 2009
Format: Audio CD
First, I am not in the expected fan base for Jonas Brothers. Not by a long shot. However, their lyrics are clean and their hooks catchy and the boys aren't hard on the eyes; all of that has me won over before hearing anything else. In their new CD the songs aren't just catchy, they are flat out contagious. If I am not listening, I have found myself singing or humming the songs. I have to hand it to JB for maturing their sound in the right way. Most "boy bands" go on the extreme of "we're not kids anymore" when they try to branch out their sound. JB has done it right: writing relevant songs to their lives in a sophisticated and mature way. The band boasts a wider variety of instruments and the metaphorical writing suits them well. It's clear the guys will be around for a while and they and their fans won't be doomed to bubblegum for the duration.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Stone on June 17, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Lines Vines and Trying Times is quite a growth from A Little Bit Longer and a complete 180 from It's About Time. The brothers really step it up with power pop numbers like Paranoid and Hey Baby and smooth ballads like Black Keys and Turn Right. The diversity on this album is admirable and a sophisticated departure from the teeny bopper tunes that is often associated with the Jonas Brothers.
Tracks:
World War III-a super fast paced tune that would feel at home on any pop/rock playlist
Paranoid - Embodies the boys' gift for scoring the perfect hook and a great first single. A real improvement from their last CD's first single, Burning Up
Fly With Me - Though it is a little sappy, it's amazingly catchy. Even for you older listeners.
Poison Ivy - Despite it's incredibly annoying lyrics that seem a bit repetitive at times, the music on this song is irresitable
Hey Baby - again, a great pop/rock song that would make a great single
Before the Storm - a bitter sweet duet with pop sensation Miley Cyrus. The vocals are great on this one as is the heartfelt lyrics
What Did I do To Your Heart - With a country feel, this song is a refreshing filler for teh album
Much Better - Despite it's obvious target (a direct hit at the heartbroken Taylor Swift), this song is a real winner with it's clear homage to the legendary Neil Diamond. One of the best songs they've recorded.
Black Keys - Great vocals and astounding lyrics. It's easy to forget a sixteen year old wrote them.
Don't Charge Me for the Crime - An interesting pop and rap medley. It's a good attempt, but the lyrics are not really believable coming from Disney's favorite squeaky clean poster boys
Turn Right - Easily one of the best songs that the Jonas Brothers have recorded.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Wonderham on July 11, 2009
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I really didn't like Jonas Brothers until Lines, Vines and Trying Times. I don't have nothing against them, I just don't like the sound of music on there previous Cd's. On Lines Vines and Trying Times Jonas Brothers have matured there sound of music. They remind me of Hanson. Jonas Brothers to me is the new Hanson. I'm not saying that's a bad thing. I really found myself enjoying this CD. It's amazing how 16 year old Nick wrote two lyrics to songs on this album. I say anyone will like this CD. I think teens and young adults will like it the most.
My favorite songs on Lines, Vines and Trying Times are:
1. Fly With Me
2. Before The Storm featuring Miley Cyrus
3. Much Better
4. Black Keys
5. Turn Right
6. Don't Speak
7. Paranoid
I really like this whole CD. It's really hard to pick a few songs to be my favorite.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Liolania on November 19, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Length: 8:35 Mins
This is a fairly long video, but I felt I couldn't do a good review of the album in wrtten for w/o being very very long and I figured a video review that's long would be slightly more tolerable. :)

So enjoy!

God Bless ~Amy

PS: And as a side note, I'm sure that "Keep it Real" was more released for promoting their TV show, but I still feel they should have released a different 3rd single. In fact, I think they should have a released a different second single because I don't like "Fly with Me" Either which also should have been left off the album as it was fine on "Night at the Museum", but here it is just a reminder of how much better they sound without the pure power pop sound they used to proudly where.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. French on January 2, 2010
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I am a recent Jonas Brothers Fan. I purchased this CD after a friend loaned it to me. I honestly didn't think I was going to like it as I figured the Jonas Brothers were for teeny-boppers only (I do not like teeny-bopper music!). Wow was I surprised at how great this CD is. It hooked me right away with the first track, which I think is one of the best tracks I've ever heard. This album is very mature in its lyrics, music, and sound and I can see how the group might alienate its younger fans who want their music to be less substantial and more bubble-gum. Hopefully people who initially weren't fans of the Jonas Brothers will give this CD a listen and be a recent convert- like me.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jo on June 17, 2009
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Never been a fan until now, but this album definitely reaches out to a wider audience. It's fun to listen to and with a couple of exceptions, nearly every track is better quality than most of the songs being released on the mainstream charts right now. I'm normally an indie-rock fan and I'm also a classical musician, so this is outside of the genres I usually listen to. This band definitely has potential though, especially the kid who writes a lot of the songs. Judging from some of the other reviews, I wonder if their image and the expectations of their younger audience might be hurting them, because the album itself isn't bad at all.
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After listening to this CD a few times I realize...
yes. i dont think im going to buy their older albums... i LOVE this one and i bought it but their old ones are like ehh... ok but not really my thing
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