The JoBros Are The Most, To Say The Least.

Things keep looking up for the Jonas Brothers.
Things keep looking up for the Jonas Brothers.
Patrick Michels

If all continues to shake out as they have been for the past few days, Billboard believes The Jonas Brothers' this week-released album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, will debut at the top of its album chart next week with a total of 275,000 to 300,000 units moved in the first week of sales. It will be the band's second No. 1 album in as many tries, which is impressive, but more impressive once you realize that it's also the band's second No. 1 this year.

Still, oddly enough, it's not really a huge surprise at all, as the JoBros have the Disney machine behind them--and pretty much every media outlet out there, too: tonight, the Brohams will appear on CNN's Larry King Live; tomorrow morning, they'll perform on NBC's Today; and, lest we forget, Saturday's the band's big tour-opening show at Cowboys Stadium.

Which is all fine and good, but I'm burying the lead here: Mercifully, the Jonas' taking over the top slot means that it no longer belongs to the Black Eyed Peas. Boom boom POW!

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