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Boys, boys, boys

 The Big Issue Australia 11 May 2019

Backstreet’s back, alright? Although, according to Sophie Quick, the American super group never really went away. With their mushy ballads, slick and infectious R’n’B/pop tracks, high-budget videos, exuberant dance routines, and dreamy good looks, the boy band ruled the pop charts during the ‘90s and amassed a legion of fans. In 2013, the (man?) band celebrated their 20th anniversary and as their massive two-year world tour rumbles on across the southern hemisphere still, Quick charts their rise to fame and explains the power of Backstreet for The Big Issue Australia. (1096 Words) - By Sophie Quick

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With their mushy ballads, slick and infectious R’n’B/pop tracks, high-budget videos, exuberant dance routines, and dreamy good looks, Backstreet Boys ruled the pop charts during the ‘90s and amassed a legion of fans.Over 20 years on, they're still going strong.  Photo: The Big Issue Australia

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