Ten Years Ago, The Jonas Brothers Released It’s About Time But You Can’t Buy It Anymore

August 9, 2016 - Jonas Brothers

A year before a Jonas Brothers became Disney Channel heartthrobs, they were a contingent behaving Christian stone songs for tiny crowds in New York City night clubs, dressed in their best Ed Hardy T-shirts and Chuck Taylor’s. The brothers were even famous to summary people on MySpace as they worked on cultivating a fan base.

Their tough work paid off with a recover of their entrance album, It’s About Time, on Aug 8, 2006. The Columbia Records LP enclosed 8 marks created by Nick, Joe, Kevin, and their father, Kevin Jonas Sr.. Two reworked versions of songs by U.K. pop-rock rope Busted and a cover of late-’90s cocktail organisation LFO (best famous for their strike “Summer Girls“) dull out a album.


The Jonas Brothers had a wholesome-but-hyper pop-rock sound (Kevin once described it as “music on Red Bull”). They shortly took their strain out on a highway with successful acts like The Veronicas, Jesse McCartney, and Aly AJ. But in annoy of all this, Columbia Records forsaken a rope due to bad record sales and stopped copy and distributing copies of It’s About Time in late 2006. According to a 2015 news from Billboard, a entrance sole usually 65,000 copies total.

Years later, after a bros had sealed to Hollywood Records and sole out 3 nights during Madison Square Garden, Jonas Brothers fans went to fight on eBay, perplexing to get copies of a “rare” entrance album, that was going for $300 on a site. While a manuscript is now accessible on both Spotify and iTunes, physical, sealed copies of It’s About Time CD’s — as good as vinyl copies given to a singular series of Jonas Brothers Fan Club members in 2012 — still sell for hundreds of dollars.

In jubilee of a album’s ten-year anniversary, we’re reminiscing on a JoBros’ beginning days by diving in, track-by-track, with some reversion opening videos.

  1. The Jonas Brothers did a torpedo pop-rock cover of Busted‘s track.

  2. Initially, usually Nick was sealed to Columbia Records, and this track was dictated for his solo recover as Nicholas Jonas.

  3. The Jonases rereleased their cover of Busted’s “Year 3000” when they sealed on with Hollywood Records/Disney.

  4. One of a many emo JoBro songs in existence.

  5. The JB altered some lyrics and reworked LFO’s “6 Minutes” for a some-more teen-friendly sound.

  6. OK, indeed this competence be a many emo Jonas Brothers strain ever.

  7. This is substantially a usually live opening of this strain where Joe does not have his iconic tambourine.

  8. “Everyone sees her though nobody knows her / She screams in her sham for a improved tomorrow.”

  9. The Jonas Brothers called a manuscript It’s About Time because, well, a lot of their strain titles describe to time.

  10. Another lane Nick demo’ed for his solo album, Nicholas Jonas, though this chronicle featured vocals and instruments from both Joe and Kevin.

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