Greatest Hits [Bonus Tracks]

Greatest Hits [Bonus Tracks]

by New Kids on the Block


If Greatest Hits doesn't seem as fun as it should be, that's because the New Kids on the Block's material has dated, even though it, in many ways, set the template for the teen pop of the late '90s/early 2000s. Max Martin used Maurice Starr's formula, but he writes better songs -- only "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)" and "You Got It (The Right Stuff)" stand the test of time as good pop singles, but the rest are pretty much triumphs of recording and the form. Also, the sequencing doesn't play to their strengths, failing to gain much momentum as it plays. This still is recommended as the first pick, since it does have all of NKOTB's hits on one disc, but it's still sort of a shock that this doesn't play as trashy fun, the way it does in memory -- or the way Milli Vanilli's music now does. [A bonus tracks version was released in 2008.]

Product Details

Release Date: 09/02/2008
Label: Imports
UPC: 0886973688328
catalogNumber: 819459

Album Credits

Performance Credits

New Kids on the Block   Primary Artist
Donnie Wahlberg   Vocals
Jordan Knight   Vocals
Danny Wood   Vocals
Joe Friedman   Guitar
Joey McIntyre   Vocals

Technical Credits

Matt Kelly   Tape Research
Dan Shea   Producer
Maurice Starr   Producer
Donnie Wahlberg   Producer
David Wild   Liner Notes
Joseph Carrier   Producer
Walter Afanasieff   Producer
Jordan Knight   Producer
Howard Fritzson   Art Direction
Jason Nevins   Producer,Remixing
Danny Wood   Executive Producer
Mike Kull   Tape Research
Rick Kwan   Engineer
Tino Passante   Engineer
Stacy DuValle   Engineer
Warren Russell-Smith   Engineer

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Greatest Hits 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
New Kids on the Block had a music style that was incredible! Their music is absolutely the best from the 80's! My mom introduced me to there music and I love them!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
New Kids on the Block do bring back fond memories of crimped hair and wild makeup. Although they have moved on to new things, they laid the foundations for the modern boy bands of America. Enjoy the memories while they last!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love them to pieces! I was about 7 or 8 when I first got into them and I STILL love them (I'm 28 now LOL). Their music is amazing and timeless. Boy band or not, they're awesome. Valentine!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love the new kids on the block so much .I love every song on the cd.I ordered their cd online tonight i love their song step by step.I love to sing & dance to it .