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Backstreet Boys 8/12/1997

Review

The Backstreet Boys' eponymous debut album was released in America nearly a full year after its original European release, and the wait proved to be a blessing in disguise. In that year, light dance-pop -- such as the Spice Girls and Hanson -- returned to the top of the American charts, paving the way for the frothy pleasures of Backstreet Boys. Like those groups, the Backstreet Boys divide their time between catchy, up-tempo dance numbers and syrupy ballads, and they are as reliant on their personality as they are their talent. As a result, there are a couple of slow spots on the record, but each of the singles, plus a handful of album tracks, are potent combinations of professional hooks and personal charm that make Backstreet Boys a thoroughly enjoyable affair. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 We've Got It Goin' On Backstreet Boys 3:39
  3. 2 Quit Playing Games (With My Heart) Backstreet Boys 3:52
  4. 3 As Long as You Love Me Backstreet Boys 3:30
  5. 4 Everybody (Backstreet's Back) [Extended Version] Backstreet Boys 4:45
  6. 5 All I Have to Give Backstreet Boys 4:30
  7. 6 Anywhere for You Backstreet Boys 4:39
  8. 7 Hey, Mr. DJ (Keep Playin' This Song) Backstreet Boys 4:22
  9. 8 I'll Never Break Your Heart Backstreet Boys 4:42
  10. 9 Darlin' Backstreet Boys 5:28
  11. 10 Get Down (You're the One for Me) Backstreet Boys 3:50
  12. 11 Set Adrift on Memory Bliss Backstreet Boys 3:26
  13. 12 If You Want It to Be Good Girl (Get Yourself a Bad Boy) Backstreet Boys 4:42

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