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*NSYNC [Japan Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Riding the wave of post-Spice Girls dance-pop groups and sounding suspiciously like a low-rent, American Take That, the Orlando, FL-based *NSYNC came bursting out of roller rinks across the U.S. in the spring of 1998 with their eponymous debut. The group hired a number of producers, including the Backstreet Boys' Kristian Lundin as well as Denniz Pop and Max Martin, the team behind Robyn and Ace of Base, all of whom help turn the album into a pleasing piece of ear candy. *NSYNC don't have the charisma or tunes of the Spice Girls or All Saints, nor do they have a visionary like Gary Barlow or a sex symbol like Robbie Williams in the group. What they do have is ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Riding the wave of post-Spice Girls dance-pop groups and sounding suspiciously like a low-rent, American Take That, the Orlando, FL-based *NSYNC came bursting out of roller rinks across the U.S. in the spring of 1998 with their eponymous debut. The group hired a number of producers, including the Backstreet Boys' Kristian Lundin as well as Denniz Pop and Max Martin, the team behind Robyn and Ace of Base, all of whom help turn the album into a pleasing piece of ear candy. *NSYNC don't have the charisma or tunes of the Spice Girls or All Saints, nor do they have a visionary like Gary Barlow or a sex symbol like Robbie Williams in the group. What they do have is good looks, good producers, and a couple of catchy singles like "I Want You Back." That's enough for a hit, and not quite enough for an album. Even so, the filler is well made and competently performed, which means their teen fans will enjoy the album. [The Japanese release of *NSYNC adds five bonus tracks: remixes of the two best songs on the album, "I Want You Back" and "Tearin' up My Heart"; a live version of Christopher Cross' "Sailing"; the rare "Sundreams"; and, best of all, a hilarious new jack barbershop version of Boston's "More Than a Feeling" that is worth the import price all by itself.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/11/2003
  • Label: Japanese Import
  • EAN: 4988017086216
  • Catalog Number: 21058

Album Credits

Performance Credits
'N Sync Primary Artist
Tony Battaglia Guitar
Daniel Miller Cello
Maxine Neuman Cello
Jolyon Skinner Bass Guitar
Carl Sturken Acoustic Guitar
Elizabeth Chang Violin
Veit Renn Guitar
Alexander Yudkovsky Violin
Mark Matteo Guitar
Technical Credits
Full Force Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Vocal Arrangements
Evan Rogers Producer
Denniz Pop Producer
Carl Sturken Producer
Kim Biggs Art Direction
Leon Zervos Mastering
Max Martin Producer
Veit Renn Producer
Gary Carolla Producer
Toni Cottura Producer
Al Hemberger Engineer
Johnny Wright Executive Producer
Kristian Lundin Producer
Tom Scholz Composer
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