Jonas Brothers (album)

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Jonas Brothers
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 7, 2007 (2007-08-07)
RecordedFebruary - March 2007–Seedy Underbelly
GenreRock[1], pop punk[2], pop rock
ProducerJohn Fields
Jonas Brothers chronology
It's About Time
Jonas Brothers
A Little Bit Longer
Alternative covers
Bonus Jonas Edition
Bonus Jonas Edition
Alternative cover
Cover released in Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Australia, South America and New Zealand
Cover released in Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Australia, South America and New Zealand
Singles from Jonas Brothers
  1. "Year 3000"
    Released: March 12, 2007
  2. "Hold On"
    Released: May 22, 2007
  3. "SOS"
    Released: July 31, 2007
  4. "When You Look Me in the Eyes"
    Released: January 25, 2008

Jonas Brothers is the self-titled second studio album and the international debut album released by the Jonas Brothers and their first album to be released under Hollywood Records. The album was released on August 7, 2007. "Hold On" was the album's second single, followed by "SOS" as the third single, and "When You Look Me in the Eyes" as the fourth single.


"Year 3000" was the first single from Jonas Brothers and is a cover of the Busted song. "Hold On" was the second single from Jonas Brothers and was released on May 22, 2007. It was featured in the Disney Channel Original Movie Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board, and a music video was released to promote the film.

"SOS" was the third single from Jonas Brothers and was released on August 3, 2007. It was the most successful single from the album, peaking at No. 47 in Australia on the ARIA Singles Chart, No. 49 on the Canadian Hot 100, No. 26 on the German Singles Chart, No. 14 on the Irish Singles Chart, No. 21 on the Italian FIMI Singles Chart, No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart, and No. 19 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. It was their first single to chart in Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, and the UK. It was their first top-twenty hit in the United States. "When You Look Me in the Eyes" was the fourth and final single from Jonas Brothers, released on January 25, 2008 and produced by John Fields. It was a re-recording of the version that initially appeared on Nick's self-titled solo album. It marked their third chart performance in Australia (No. 46 on the ARIA Singles Chart), their second in Canada and the UK (No. 30 on both the Canadian Hot 100 and the UK Singles Chart), and their fourth in the United States (No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100, and their third top-40 song).


Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[3]
Cross Rhythms7/10 stars[4]
Robert Christgau(dud)[5]
Contactmusic.com1.5/5 stars[6]

Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic described the band,"they're cheerful, good-natured, and, best of all, tuneful," going on to say about the album, "It all adds up an album that's tighter and better than their debut, and one that suggests that they not only deserve their popularity on Radio Disney, but they might have the writing and performing skills to last beyond that as well." Cross Rhythms praised the album saying, "Jonas Brothers have delivered an album that's high-energy pop-punk overflowing with catchy hooks and muscular guitar licks."

Track listing[edit]

1."SOS"Nick Jonas2:33
2."Hold On"Jonas Brothers2:45
3."Goodnight and Goodbye"Jonas Brothers2:31
4."That's Just the Way We Roll"Jonas Brothers, William McCauley III2:53
5."Hello Beautiful"Jonas Brothers2:29
6."Still in Love with You"Jonas Brothers3:10
7."Australia"Jonas Brothers3:33
8."Games"Jonas Brothers, John Taylor, Greg Garbowsky, Alex Noyes3:21
9."When You Look Me in the Eyes"Jonas Brothers, PJ Bianco, Raymond Boyd and Kevin Jonas Sr.4:09
10."Inseparable"Jonas Brothers, Josh Miller2:50
11."Just Friends"Jonas Brothers3:07
12."Hollywood"Jonas Brothers, John Fields2:49
13."Year 3000 (Busted cover)"James Bourne3:22
14."Kids of the Future (Kim Wilde cover)"Jonas Brothers, Marty Wilde, Ricky Wilde3:20
Total length:42:49
Bonus Jonas Edition DVD

Jonas Brothers: The Bonus Jonas Edition includes a DVD containing:

  1. "Kids of the Future"
  2. "Just Friends"
  3. "SOS"
  4. "Goodnight & Goodbye"
  5. "Hello Beautiful"
  6. "Australia"
  7. "That's Just the Way We Roll"
  8. "Hollywood"
  9. "Inseparable"
  10. "Still in Love with You"
  11. "Hold On"
  12. "Year 3000"

Total running time: approximately 55 minutes

Woolworths Exclusive DVD (UK)

An exclusive DVD containing:


  • Nick Jonas - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, drums on "Australia"
  • Joe Jonas - lead vocals
  • Kevin Jonas - lead guitar, background vocals
  • John Taylor - rhythm and lead guitar, background vocals
  • John Fields - bass, additional keyboards and guitar
  • Dorian Crozier - drums, percussion, programming
  • Stephen Lu - string arrangements, conducting

Release history[edit]

Region Date Notes
United States August 7, 2007
October 30, 2007 Bonus Jonas Edition
Japan December 5, 2007
Mexico February 4, 2008
Brazil February 12, 2008
Australia February 23, 2008
Europe June 13, 2008
United Kingdom June 23, 2008
Sweden June 25, 2008
South Korea August 12, 2008


Chart (2007) Peak
Certification[7] Sales
Argentina Albums (CAPIF) 1 Platinum[8] 25,000
Australian Albums (ARIA) 43
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria Top 40) 14 20,000
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) 7 15,000
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) 11 15,000
Brazil Albums (ABPD)[9] 2 Platinum[10] 65,000[10]
Canadian Albums (Billboard) 10 Gold 20,000
Chilean Albums (IFPI) 4 40,000
Colombian Albums (IFPI) 5 5,000
Danish Albums (Tracklisten) 9 5,000
European Top 100 Albums 6
Dutch Albums (MegaCharts) 65
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista) 32
French Albums (SNEP)[11] 16 310,000
German Albums (Media Control Charts)[12] 19
Greek Albums (IFPI)[13] 21
Irish Albums (IRMA)[14] 14 Gold[15] 87,500
Italian Albums (FIMI) 10 90,000
Mexican Albums (AMPROFON)[16] 3 210,000
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) 29
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista) 20
Polish Albums (ZPAV) 12 10,000
Portugal Albums (AFP) 13 Gold[17] 7,500
Scottish Albums (OCC)[18] 9
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE) 5 80,000
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan) 16 10,000
Swiss Albums (Swiss Hitparade) 53
Taiwan Albums (G-Music) 5
UK Albums (OCC) 9 Gold[19] 100,000
US Billboard 200[20] 5 2x Platinum 2,409,000[21]
Venezuelan Albums (IFPI) 1 7,500


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