For the song, see Don't Forget (song).
Don't Forget
Don't Forget-Demi Lovato
Studio album by Demi Lovato
Released September 23, 2008
Recorded June — August 2008
Genre pop rock[1], power pop[1]
Length 38:56
Record label Hollywood Records
Producer John Fields, Jonas Brothers
Professional reviews
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Demi Lovato chronology
Don't Forget
Here We Go Again
Alternate covers
Don't Forget International Edition (J-1-.D. Downloads)
International Edition cover
Deluxe Edition cover
Singles from Don't Forget
  1. "Get Back"
    Released: August 12, 2008
  2. "La La Land"
    Released: December 16, 2008
  3. "Don't Forget"
    Released: March 17, 2009

Don't Forget is the first studio album of singer-songwriter Demi Lovato. It was released on September 23, 2008 in the United States by Hollywood Records, debuting at number two on the Billboard 2000.

The album was re-released as a Deluxe Edition on March 31, 2009.and was released February 7 in Australia.



Lovato has said that she writes music from the heart and from experiences she's had. She told M Magazine: "I'm more of a writer whose stuff wouldn't make it on a Disney album. So I came to the Jonas Brothers and I was like, 'Ummmm ... I need help writing catchy stuff just because, well, my target audience isn't [into] metal music." [2] She also said about the Jonas Brothers' contribution, "My songs needed a polish, which is where the Jonas Brothers came in - and it all began on Camp Rock." [3]


Lovato stated in an interview that the vocals for the album were recorded in ten and a half days.[4]


"Get Back"

The album's lead single, "Get Back" was released on August 12th, 2008. It peaked at #6 on iTunes Top 100 Songs chart and #43 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was written by Lovato and the Jonas Brothers, with Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas on backing vocals. The Radio Disney edit omitted the word "kiss" from the line "kiss me/like you mean it/like you miss me" to "hold me/like you mean it/like you miss me". The edit was used for the music video.

"La La Land"

The second single in U.S and first in UK was chosen to be "La La Land" which was released on December 19th, 2008. The song was released to promote her new TV show "Sonny With A Chance" and the music video featured the main cast including Sterling Knight. It was performed on "Dancing With The Stars", and was not as successful as "Get Back", peaking at #52. In the music video, it changes the line "I'm not a supermodel, I still eat McDonald's" to I still eat at Ronald's.

"Don't Forget"

The third and final single was chosen to be "Don't Forget". The video featured a more mature Lovato singing in the rain, and was praised by critics. It became the #1 video on iTunes. The single's highest position on the Billboard Hot 100 was at #41."Don't Forget" is the most successful single released by Lovato yet.

Track Listing

# TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "La La Land"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:16
2. "Get Back"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:20
3. "Trainwreck"  Lovato 3:17
4. "Party"  Lovato, John Fields, Robert Schwartzman 3:53
5. "On the Line" (featuring Jonas Brothers)Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:26
6. "Don't Forget"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:43
7. "Gonna Get Caught"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:10
8. "Two Worlds Collide"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:18
9. "The Middle"  Jason Reeves, Fields, Kara DioGuardi 3:05
10. "Until You're Mine"  Adam Watts, Andy Dodd 3:30
11. "Believe in Me"  Lovato, Fields, DioGuardi 3:42
Deluxe Edition Bonus Tracks
# TitleWriter(s) Length
12. "Behind Enemy Lines"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 2:49
13. "Lo Que Soy"  Watts, Dodd 3:28
International Edition Bonus Track
# TitleWriter(s) Length
12. "Back Around"  Lovato, Jonas Brothers 3:10
13. "Lo Que Soy"  Watts, Dodd 3:28

Exclusive packages

Target Exclusive
  • DVD containing footage of Lovato's show at the Blender Theater.
Wal-Mart Exclusive
  • A small fold-out poster of Demi Lovato.

Deluxe Edition

Sales and chart performance

In its first week of release, Don't Forget sold 89,000 units in the United States , reaching no. 2 on the Billboard 200, behind Metallica's Death Magnetic and ahead of the Pussycat Dolls' Doll Domination and Kings of Leon's Only by the Night, both of which were released in the same week.[5] In Brazil the album sold 10,000 copies and the deluxe edition has sold 3,000 copies.

Chart (2008) Peak
Canadian Albums Chart[6] 9 45,000+
Irish Albums Chart 84
Oricon Albums Chart 116 1,235+
Mexican Albums Chart[7] 62 5,000+
New Zealand Albums Chart[8] 34 3,000
Poland Albums Chart[9] 36[10]
Spain Albums Top 100 13
UK Albums Chart 108
U.S. Billboard 200[11] 2 415,000[12]
Deluxe Edition Chart (2009) Peak
U.S. Billboard 200[13] 46 30,000+


  • Demi Lovato - Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Keyboard
  • Nick Jonas - Vocals, Back-up vocals, Drums
  • Joe Jonas - Vocals, Back-up vocals
  • Kevin Jonas - Guitar, Back-up vocals
  • Drew Taubenfeld- Guitar, Back-up vocals
  • Kevin - Bass Guitar, Back-up vocals
  • Sander Steen - Drums, Back-up vocals
  • Mike - Guitar, Back-up vocals


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