Fashionably Late (Honor Society album)
|Studio album by Honor Society|
|Released||September 15, 2009|
|Genre||Pop rock, teen pop|
|Label||Jonas / Hollywood|
|Singles from Fashionably Late|
Fashionably Late is the debut album released by Honor Society and the first album to be released under Jonas Records through Hollywood Records. The album was released on September 15, 2009. "Over You" is the album's first single.
|1||"Over You"||Nick Jonas, P.J. Bianco, Michael Bruno, Alexander Noyes, Jason Rosen, Andrew Lee||3:04||John Fields; Jonas Brothers|
|2||"Full Moon Crazy"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen, Lee, Greg Garbowsky||3:07||John Fields|
|3||"My Own Way"||N. Jonas, Bianco, Bruno, Noyes, Rosen, Lee||3:38||John Fields; Jonas Brothers|
|4||"Two Rebels"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen, Lee||3:32||John Fields|
|5||"Why Didn't I"||Bruno, Rosen, Jay Levine||3:45||John Fields|
|6||"Goodnight My Love"||Bruno, Rosen, Levine||3:32||John Fields|
|7||"Here Comes Trouble"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen, Lee, Jared Scharff, Ross Golan||3:17||John Fields|
|8||"See U in the Dark"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen||3:07||John Fields|
|9||"Nobody Has to Know"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen||2:53||John Fields|
|10||"Sing for You"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen, Lee, N. Jonas, Joe Jonas||3:45||John Fields|
|11||"Rock with You"||N. Jonas, J. Jonas, Kevin Jonas, John Fields||3:44||John Fields|
|12||"Don't Close the Book"||Bruno, Noyes, Rosen, Lee||4:09||John Fields|
|13||"Where Are You Now"||Tom Higgenson||3:49||John Fields|
- "Where Are You Now" was a single from Fashionably Late. It originally appeared on the soundtrack for the feature film Bandslam.
- "Over You" is the first official single from this album released on August 27, 2009.The music video premiered November 13, 2009 on YouTube.
In its first week, the album sold a total of 22,000 units.
Charts and certification
- Michael Bruno - Lead vocals, guitar
- Jason Rosen - Vocals, guitar, keyboard
- Andrew Lee - Vocals, bass
- Alexander Noyes - Vocals, Drums
The Jonas Brothers lent their vocals to a number of tracks on this album.
- Allmusic review
- "Top 100 Music Hits, Top 100 Music Charts, Top 100 Songs & The Hot 100". Billboard.com. 2012-02-11. Retrieved 2012-02-16.
- Vozick-Levinson, Simon (23 September 2009). "Jay-Z tops albums chart again; Oprah bump for Whitney Houston". Entertainment Weekly. Entertainment Weekly Inc. Retrieved 2 December 2012.
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