From Beatles to the Wanted: A history of boy bands at a glance

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  • Updated: July 13, 2013 - 2:06 PM

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albalassJul. 14, 13 9:54 AM

You may want to research any further articles on "boybands" a bit better in the future. New Kids on the Block did NOT produce I Want It That Way. The Backstreet Boys are responsible for what MTV and Rolling Stone magazine called the #10 best Pop song of all time (in 2000) on their album Millineum. The Backstreet Boys, excluding the Beatles which I don't call a "boyband" at all, are the top selling "boyband" of all time with total worldwide sales of 130 million CDs and they are celebrating their 20th Anniversary this year with a new album and tour. Of all the boybands listed-they are the only one to actually NOT have broken up-they have continued to produce music and tour with NEW music with minimal breaks between tour cycles. They teamed in 2011 with NKOTB to form the megagroup NKOTBSB for a Top 10 world tour and that, combined with their own tour to support their last album but Backstreet in the Top 30 moneymaking music groups of 2011. KTBSPA!!!!!!!!

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coriehebronJul. 14, 13 6:16 PM

Dear Ms. Tillotson: "I Want It That Way" is from 1999 (not the 1980s) and was performed by Backstreet Boys (not NKOTB). Do some research please.

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