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Album Review

In an attempt for some respect, the group wrote some cuts on Step by Step, a more serious, harder-sounding album. Although the title track was number one for three weeks and the follow-up, "Tonight," went Top Ten, they couldn't replicate the success of Hangin' Tough.

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New Kids on the block

I was a huge fan of NKOTB way back in 1990. When I came down my brain cancer. I was so sick i was granted my make-a-wish. I was so excited when they told me that I would be going to see NKOTB in concert, but due to security reasons i would not be allowed back stage. Now 18 yrs later they are back WOW! To all those who said they would never be back ha ha ha.

In hope of a reunion! --- MY WISH CAME TRUE!!

I grew up listening to this songs, I don't think I'll ever grow out of it. I love NKOTB!

there prime

this was when they were mega stars they were like everywhere, and i love step by step and tonight get those better yet the whole album

Biography

Formed: 1984 in Boston, MA

Genre: Pop

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

After his success with New Edition, producer Maurice Starr decided to replicate the singing group by substituting suburban white kids for the young black teenagers. The result was New Kids on the Block, a pioneering boy band that eclipsed the popularity of Starr's previous group while laying the groundwork for the teen pop boom of the late '90s. During the New Kids' heyday, the group reportedly earned over one million dollars per week, and their string of hit singles -- the bulk of which reinterpreted...
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