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More about Backsteet Boys.
Nearly 5 years after Backstreet Boys last studio album, the Backstreet Boys mark a resolute come back with their 5th disc June 14 on Jive Records. The 12-song "Never Gone" reflects the adult ideals of a quintet that broke music and concert sales records the world over, touching more than 73 million albums, 30 million in America since Backstreet Boys beginning in 1997.
Certainly, pop culture remains on a first-name basis with the five singers that include BSB: Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson. When Backstreet Boys scored in the U.S. with the first appearance platinum single "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)"-followed by such radio staples as "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)," "All I Have To Give" and the No. 1 (in 18 nations) "I Want It That Way"- the Backstreet Boys grew to exemplify an unprecedented and celebrated youth-driven era in popular music.
As teen idols, Backstreet Boys sold more than 13 million copies each of Backstreet Boys first two U.S. albums, "Backstreet Boys" (1997) and the No. 1 (in 25 nations) "Millennium" (1999). "Black and Blue" followed (2000), touching 8 million copies, and then "Hits: Chapter One" (2001), another platinum achievement. Along the way, the Backstreet Boys logged 12 top 40 hits, 8 of those getting the top 10.