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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Weekend Showdown: JoBros vs. the Tiz vs. the Tap

Music dominates the new releases this week with Jonas Brothers, Ashley Tisdale and Spinal Tap all dropping albums on Tuesday.
Obviously, these audiences vary greatly.
Still, the one thing these artists have in common is that their new CD is a wildly anticipated follow-up to a previous hit.
Tweens worldwide will no doubt be rushing out to grab new albums by Jonas Brothers and Ashley Tisdale. Both Disney babies have grown a bit since their previous discs, but expect more of the same: young love and relationship drama.
JoBros' Lines, Vines and Trying Times boasts some new instruments and, in their words, more metaphors, fewer real-life references—plus a cutesy duet between rumored rekindled couple Nick Jonas and Miley Cyrus.
The Tiz's Guilty Pleasure is definitely just that, great, danceworthy pop music. Since 2007's Headstrong, Tisdale has experienced a breakup and undergone a more mature makeover, so expect what she calls an "edgier rock sound." Gone are the days of the bubbly, blond High School Musical star.
Almost 20 years after their last album, Heavy Metal rockers Spinal Tap return with the aptly titled Back From the Dead. Expect lots of finally released suppression on new and old tracks, an attached DVD and even guest spots from artists like John Mayer. Plus some fan incentive. In addition to the 19 tracks on the disc, there are rumors that exclusive versions of "Sex Farm" and "(Listen to the) Flower People" will be included, as well as free downloads on the band's website.
Still not your cup of tea? Check out the new Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings game on Nintendo Wii, where you get to use your Wii wand as Indy's signature whip. Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail is also out on DVD, as well as the not-terrible remake of Friday the 13th, starring Supernatural's Jared Padalecki.
What are you excited about grabbing this week? Sound off in the comments below.

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