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Parent reviews for BTR

Common Sense says

Nickelodeon boy band's debut album is fine for tweens.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 11+
Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 7+
Based on 17 reviews
Adult Written byPeaceLuvJonas December 12, 2010


Absolutely best tv band album ever! Never would expect this froma boy band on nick. but great sound and great role models. plus they are all so amazingly hot!!! seriously very attractive especially Kendall. I even met them at a signing sweet boys and absolutely so handsome :) can't wait for more from them And tv show is also amazing and funny

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Positive Messages
Adult Written byRockybalboa211 February 24, 2012


Just horrible.. this reduces children's IQ levels.. Absolute fail!

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Sexy stuff
Adult Written byTVAGE December 18, 2013



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Positive role models
Adult Written byclarence August 6, 2015
Adult Written bybeebee1231 August 15, 2011

Truly brilliant band but can be very inappropriate.

I would not let your children watch any interview of them. In one interview the interviewer made Carlos' voice sound like he was drunk and started talking about perverted older men and "cougars". In another interview Carlos calls Megan Fox "bad-***." Also in an interview James says, "huge-a** lines." In many of Kendall Schmidt's YouTube covers he swears. Kendall also wrote a song called, "The P***y Song" which is on YouTube. These four young men have true talent and will go very far in their career. Their music is amazing, Logan Henderson and Kendall Schmidt are diffidently the best singers.

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Sexy stuff