History YMMV / TheJonasBrothers

12th Dec '17 9:49:46 PM Scsigs
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* PeripheryHatedom: Chances are, if you're a fan of Music/Busted, you ''hate'' these guys ([[DisproportionateRetribution and maybe even America]]) for their, slightly rewritten, covers of their songs, 'What I Go to School For' and 'Year 3000', and write them off as a group who couldn't competently write songs of their own and had to leech off of others' success to get some of their own, as well as them dumbing down the songs for Disney, despite the fact that those covers were off their ''first'' album, ''before'' they were promoted by Disney and signed to Hollywood Records, they weren't behind any of the rewrites of the songs, they were for an entirely different demographic (American preteens versus British teens), and the fact that Busted were, and still are, relatively unknown in America, so it's not like they were making any money off the songs through American audiences either. Plus, they've actually written the majority of the rest of their songs, both on that album and their others.

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* PeripheryHatedom: Chances are, if you're a fan of Music/Busted, Music/{{Busted}}, you ''hate'' these guys ([[DisproportionateRetribution and maybe even America]]) for their, slightly rewritten, covers of their songs, 'What I Go to School For' and 'Year 3000', and write them off as a group who couldn't competently write songs of their own and had to leech off of others' success to get some of their own, as well as them dumbing down the songs for Disney, despite the fact that those covers were off their ''first'' album, ''before'' they were promoted by Disney and signed to Hollywood Records, they weren't behind any of the rewrites of the songs, they were for an entirely different demographic (American preteens versus British teens), and the fact that Busted were, and still are, relatively unknown in America, so it's not like they were making any money off the original versions of the songs through American audiences either. either (not for a lack of trying, mind you). Plus, they've actually written the majority of the rest of their songs, both on that album and their others.others.
** It's not like Busted mind that much. Though James Bourne and Matt Willis have stated that they didn't care for their covers of the songs, they don't have much else to complain about, since they got a good amount of money from royalty checks, as well as getting their original version of 'Year 3000' on ''The Simpsons,'' which likely wouldn't have happened if they didn't cover the songs. Plus, Busted probably have a few more fans that have discovered them through these guys, so it's not like them covering the songs is the end of the world either.
12th Dec '17 9:42:20 PM Scsigs
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* PeripheryHatedom: Chances are, if you're a fan of Music/Busted, you ''hate'' these guys ([[DisproportionateRetribution and maybe even America]]) for their, slightly rewritten, covers of their songs, 'What I Go to School For' and 'Year 3000', and write them off as a group who couldn't competently write songs of their own and had to leech off of others' success to get some of their own, as well as them dumbing down the songs for Disney, despite the fact that those covers were off their ''first'' album, ''before'' they were promoted by Disney and signed to Hollywood Records, they weren't behind any of the rewrites of the songs, they were for an entirely different demographic (American preteens versus British teens), and the fact that Busted were, and still are, relatively unknown in America, so it's not like they were making any money off the songs through American audiences either. Plus, they've actually written the majority of the rest of their songs, both on that album and their others.



* SnarkBait: It was ''very'' popular to hate these guys at the hight of their popularity, especially amongst those still feeling the pain from the Music/BackstreetBoys[=/=]Music/{{NSYNC}} era.

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* SnarkBait: It was ''very'' popular to hate these guys at the hight height of their popularity, especially amongst those still feeling the pain from the Music/BackstreetBoys[=/=]Music/{{NSYNC}} era.
3rd Sep '17 12:06:20 PM NWolfman
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* VindicatedByHistory: They were no doubt superstars when they came out, but the backlash from non-fan died down with they hype and many of them eventually realized that, even if they didn't like the songs, the boys were still decent musicians.

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* VindicatedByHistory: They were no doubt superstars when they came out, but the backlash from non-fan died down with they hype and many of them eventually realized that, even if they didn't like the songs, the boys were still decent at least skilled musicians.
4th Aug '17 3:49:46 AM SeptimusHeap
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* LauncherOfAThousandShips: All three. Joe's been paired with his girlfriends, [[IncestYayShipping his brothers]], any one of the other Disney stars, male or female. Nick's gotten the same treatment, and even Kevin's gotten in on it. (And one of the most popular pairings for Kevin is him and ZacEfron.)

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* LauncherOfAThousandShips: All three. Joe's been paired with his girlfriends, [[IncestYayShipping his brothers]], any one of the other Disney stars, male or female. Nick's gotten the same treatment, and even Kevin's gotten in on it. (And one of the most popular pairings for Kevin is him and ZacEfron.Creator/ZacEfron.)
26th Feb '17 9:24:02 PM gewunomox
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* HilariousInHindsight: "Video Girl" is about girls in music videos and how they aren't going to do it again. Following his break-up with TaylorSwift, Joe Jonas dated (and then split with) Camilla Belle, who was in the video for "Lovebug".

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* HilariousInHindsight: "Video Girl" is about girls in music videos and how they aren't going to do it again. Following his break-up with TaylorSwift, Music/TaylorSwift, Joe Jonas dated (and then split with) Camilla Belle, who was in the video for "Lovebug".



* YokoOhNo: When Creator/MileyCyrus and later Creator/SelenaGomez dated Nick (And even later Creator/DeltaGoodrem) and when Creator/DemiLovato and Creator/TaylorSwift dated Joe. Oddly enough, there wasn't a whole lot of this trope in play when the oldest, Kevin, got married in 2009.

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* YokoOhNo: When Creator/MileyCyrus Music/MileyCyrus and later Creator/SelenaGomez Music/SelenaGomez dated Nick (And even later Creator/DeltaGoodrem) and when Creator/DemiLovato Music/DemiLovato and Creator/TaylorSwift Music/TaylorSwift dated Joe. Oddly enough, there wasn't a whole lot of this trope in play when the oldest, Kevin, got married in 2009.
16th Nov '16 5:50:31 PM nombretomado
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: "Heart and Soul" from CampRock 2. Say what you want about the group or the movie, you will love that song.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: "Heart and Soul" from CampRock Film/CampRock 2. Say what you want about the group or the movie, you will love that song.
4th Mar '16 2:52:27 PM TokyoByNight
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* FaceOfTheBand: Joe is easily the most popular of the three.

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* FaceOfTheBand: Either Nick or Joe. No one will say it was Kevin. This is reflected by their statuses post-breakup: Nick became a successful RAndB solo singer and TV actor, Joe is easily the most popular of the three.formed a new band called DNCE with a funky disco sound that scored a debut Top 10 hit, while Kevin faded into general obscurity.
3rd Mar '16 1:59:05 PM BigBertha
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* DeaderThanDisco: Music/JustinBieber and Music/OneDirection completely leeched the brothers' fanbase, yet Music/{{Nick|Jonas}} ("Jealous") and Music/{{Joe|Jonas}} ("Cake by the Ocean" with his new band DNCE) managed to score Top 10 hits within two years of their disbanding.
25th Feb '16 6:09:12 PM stuffedninja
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Big Rob, who really makes "Burnin Up" more enjoyable.

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* * EnsembleDarkhorse: Big Rob, who really makes "Burnin Up" more enjoyable. enjoyable.
* FaceOfTheBand: Joe is easily the most popular of the three.
2nd Jan '16 5:38:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* BaseBreaker: NickJonas and JoeJonas' solo projects. Some love Joe's solo album ''Fastlife'', while others hate it, the same for Nick Jonas And The Administration's ''Who I Am''.

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* BaseBreaker: NickJonas Nick Jonas and JoeJonas' Joe Jonas' solo projects. Some love Joe's solo album ''Fastlife'', while others hate it, the same for Nick Jonas And The Administration's ''Who I Am''.
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