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Worst Boyband Ever: Upside Down

Background: Upside Down is a music group created when two record executives wanted to find a group to challenge the group Take That in 1995. Obviously, that didn’t happen, because Upside Down is not around anymore, and Take That is still relevant. There were 7,000 men who applied and auditioned to be in the group.… Continue reading Worst Boyband Ever: Upside Down

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The Forgotten Boyband: 98 Degrees and Rising (1998)

Background: With NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys booming through the scene in the 90s, there were many boy bands that fell through the cracks a bit. One of them is 98 Degrees. The band comprises Justin Jeffre, Jeff Timmons, Drew Lachey, and Nick Lachey. Jeff Timmons left college and wanted to start a band. He… Continue reading The Forgotten Boyband: 98 Degrees and Rising (1998)

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Worst Boyband Ever: Bad Boys Inc.

Background Bad Boys Inc is another 90s boy band. They were formed in 1993 in London, England by a record producer. The members were: David Ross, Matthew Pateman, Tony Dowding, and Ally Begg. These 4 gentlemen were all in their 20s when they decided ‌they were going to embark into boybandhood.  There isn’t a lot… Continue reading Worst Boyband Ever: Bad Boys Inc.

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Revisiting the Millennium Backstreet Boys(1999)

In the wake of the millennium coming, there would be an array of music that would overtake the world. It would be the land of boy bands, girl bands, and bubblegum pop music. The Backstreet Boys would be one of those many bands that would change the face of the late 90s and early 2000s.… Continue reading Revisiting the Millennium Backstreet Boys(1999)

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This Album is Tearin’ Up My Heart! Nsync’s Self-Titled Album (1998)

The best way to start is with my favorite group, Nsync. I know about the controversy; you are team Backstreet or Nsync but can’t we all just get along? Anyway, this is Nsync’s first album that was titled Nsync. Released in the United States in 1998, it was how Justin, JC, Chris, Lance, and Joey… Continue reading This Album is Tearin’ Up My Heart! Nsync’s Self-Titled Album (1998)