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I'm Taking Off: Relaunched & Remixed

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Album Review

Almost ten years after his solo debut, Nick Carter finally got around to releasing a second album in 2011. I’m Taking Off is something of a misleading title: if Carter’s career outside the Backstreet Boys was going to take off, it would have by 2011. Instead, he’s riding a wave created by Ryan Tedder, doing his best to turn I’m Taking Off into a slightly warmer OneRepublic album, thawing the chilly synthesizers but retaining the same glazed blend of R&B beats and soft rock melodies. Carter is better when the tempered glass cracks a little bit, when he dips into a Michael Jackson tribute (“Special”) or when the song’s melodic thrust overshadows the production.

Biography

Born: 28 January 1980 in Jamestown, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As one of the Backstreet Boys, singer Nick Carter became an international superstar during the mid-'90s as his band became one of the best-selling teen pop bands in history. Born Nickolas Gene Carter on January 28, 1980, in upstate New York, Carter's life in entertainment began at an early age. He starred in various commercials and participated in countless talent shows as a child. By the time he was a teenager, he left the public school system for a home-schooled environment so he could focus on...
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