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Jonas Brothers' Score Another Teen Hit with 'Lines, Vines and Trying Times' 

During the past 10 months, the Jonas Brothers have scored two Number One debuts on the Billboard 200 album chart. Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas are proving to skeptical critics that their teen appeal isn't waning.

The Jonas Brothers' new album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, not only debuted at Number One in the U.S., but also in Canada, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Central America.

Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas say many of the songs they wrote for their fourth album deal with personal experiences. Specifically, their love lives. "Much Better" makes an obvious reference to Joe Jonas' recent breakup with Country superstar Taylor Swift. Nick Jonas' girlfriend, pop star Miley Cyrus, is featured on the track, "Before the Storm."

16-year-old Nick Jonas dated Miley Cyrus for two years before ending their relationship in late-2007. Miley recently announced that she and Nick have "reconnected." One other duet appears on Lines, Vines and Trying Times. "Don't Charge Me For The Crime" features rapper Common.

In only one week, the Jonas Brothers sold close to one million concert tickets for its 2009 world tour. North American shows wrap up in late-August. They'll take about two months off before beginning the European leg in October.