The JoBros are back together! After years of rumors swirling about an impending reunion, the Jonas Brothers confirmed on Thursday (Feb. 28) that they were officially reuniting nearly six years after breaking up, and their comeback single “Sucker” drops at midnight on Friday (March 1).
Now that Nick, Joe and Kevin have once again joined forces, it’s time to decide which album in their original discography reigns supreme as the ultimate JoBros record.
The Jonas Brothers launched their career in 2006, when the trio of then-preteen siblings released their debut album It’s About Time, featuring early JoBro pop-punk hits “Mandy” and “What I Go To School For.” Just one year later, the New Jersey natives released their self-titled album on Hollywood Records and skyrocketed to stardom thanks to their good looks, tight harmonies and famous purity rings.
Their cover of British pop-punk band Busted’s 2000 single “Year 3000” and iconic breakup anthem “S.O.S” were two of the band’s first singles to hit the Billboard Hot 100, with the latter cracking the top 20 at No. 17. Following the release of their record-breaking Disney Channel Original Movie Camp Rock in the summer of 2008, Jonas mania reached a fever pitch and the boys released their third album in as many years, A Little Bit Longer, which featured certified bops like “BB Good,” “Lovebug” and “Burnin’ Up” which peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became the band’s most recognizable hit.
Fitting with their rapid-fire release strategy, the brothers wasted no time following their 2008 Burnin’ Up Tour and released their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times in 2009. The LP included lead single “Paranoid” and Taylor Swift diss track “Much Better,” which detailed Joe’s side of his breakup with the superstar following the infamous 27-second phone call in which he broke things off with her. Despite debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Lines, Vines and Trying Times was met with mixed reviews and failed to replicate the boys’ past success on the charts.
After a brief hiatus, the brothers returned to the Disney Channel with DCOM sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam and their eponymous children’s show Jonas L.A. To capitalize on the sitcom, the boys released a 13-track soundtrack, Jonas L.A. (Music From The TV Series), which landed at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 in 2010. The band then released three two one-off singles in 2013, including “Pom Poms,” but announced their breakup to pursue solo projects before a fifth album ever materialized.
With a collection of music spanning just a few short years, every Jonas fan has a favorite album. Now that more JoBros music is imminent, vote for your favorite part of their power pop-filled discography below.