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Album Review

It's always a sign that a group is hot if they release a holiday album mere months after their debut. That's the case with *NSYNC. Their debut was released in America in late March, and in early December, Home for Christmas hit the shelves. Much of the album is devoted to newer material, with only a handful of songs qualifying as standards: "The Christmas Song," "The First Noel," and "O Holy Night." All of it is given the familiar *NSYNC sheen, alternating between slickly produced adult contemporary ballads and lite dance-pop. Fans of the group will certainly find it reasonably enjoyable, even though it makes it clear that the group simply can't rival such peers as the Spice Girls or the Backstreet Boys in terms of charisma.

Customer Reviews

Nsync = Nstink

Who could think this is good music only dime smugglers would like this

Sure

Sure, they might kind of stink. But hey, this song is stuck in my head 24\7 even on days that are far away from christmas…
Buy it, at least you can kind of dance to it…and it is good.
and i just noticed something, my comment and the previous comment were written on November 23. ahaha anyway
buy it.

Love it!

I can't wait for Christmas, just so I can play this CD. I love their Christmas songs and their A Capella version of O Holy Night is simply delicious!

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Orlando, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Along with the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears, *NSYNC dominated the teen pop explosion of the late '90s with a blend of group harmonies, gauzy ballads, and well-produced dance textures. Although the group emerged in 1996 in Orlando, FL, singers JC Chasez and Justin Timberlake had previously co-starred on The Mickey Mouse Club before relocating to Nashville, where they worked on solo projects with the same vocal coach and songwriters. Timberlake soon returned to Orlando, where he befriended Chris...
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