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The dial on the best selling ‘Radio Disney Jams’ series now goes all the way to eleven. On January 27th Walt Disney Records will debut Radio Disney Jams 11 which showcases hits from Radio Disney’s Top 30 chart with artists such as Jonas Brothers (“Burnin’ Up”), Miley Cyrus (“Fly on the Wall”), Demi Lovato (”Get Back”), Taylor Swift (“Teardrops on My Guitar”) and American Idol finalist David Archuleta (“Crush”).

In addition to the 15-track CD, Radio Disney Jams 11 includes a bonus music DVD featuring five full-length videos (“Right Here, Right Now” from High School Musical 3, Varsity Fan Club, Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and Jordan Pruitt). Two clips – Miley Cyrus’ “Fly on the Wall” and Jordan Pruitt’s “One Love” — are live concert performances from Disney Channel’s highly-rated “Disney Channel Games” 2008.

The bonus disc also includes two Artist Sneak Peek videos. “Hannah Montana’s” Mitchel Musso talks about his song “The In Crowd” with Radio Disney entertainment reporter Jake from “Celebrity Take with Jake,” a popular on-air and online feature. The “Making of the Album” piece also highlights two other tracks, “Odd Man Out” and “Let’s Make This Last 4Ever” (written by Musso). All three songs will appear on Musso’s forthcoming debut album on Walt Disney Records.

Below the cut you’ll find the track lists and the video for the Jonas Brothers “Burning Up” which is one of the tracks. Believe it or not this video has been viewed over 55 million times on YouTube. That’s a popular piece of music.

Pre-order Disney Radio Jams 11 now on Amazon.

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