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Genres: Pop, R&B
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German edition of the hit boy pop vocal group's smash 1997 debut with five tracks NOT on the U.S. release, 'Best Of My My Life', 'More Than A Feeling', 'Together Again', 'Forever Young' and 'Riddle'. Also features differen...  more »


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All Artists: 'N Sync
Title: N-Sync
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Bmg Int'l
Release Date: 11/3/1998
Album Type: Import
Genres: Pop, R&B
Styles: Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary, Teen Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 743214716427, 766485097620


Album Description
German edition of the hit boy pop vocal group's smash 1997 debut with five tracks NOT on the U.S. release, 'Best Of My My Life', 'More Than A Feeling', 'Together Again', 'Forever Young' and 'Riddle'. Also features different cover art than the American release. 14 tracks total. 1997 Trans Continental Records, Inc./ BMG Ariola release.

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CD Reviews

Jenifer Timberlake | IL | 01/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love Nysnc exspecally Justin and JC. But I have to say this is a kiken CD. you get 5 songs that are not on the other CD. I want you back and tearn up my heart are a little different. I think the best song on this album is "Riddle" i love the beat and "Best of My Life" they are really good. The other cool thing it has the words to the songs. If you love Nsync you must get it."
'N Sync: Self-Titled Debut Import
alljazzedup | 01/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is fantastic! Not only does it include many of the songs available on the North American debut, it also includes songs not available in the US. The European versions of Tearin' Up My Heart and I Want You Back are longer and slightly different than those available on the North American release. This album also includes five different songs not on the US release. The two songs Riddle and Forever Young have a more techno feel to them then many 'N Sync fans are used to, but they are terrific songs. Boston's original song More Than A Feeling is covered wonderfully by this talented group. A super buy for any 'N Sync fan, I highly recommend this import CD."
Actually a bit better than the U.S. debut.
Maggie | F.C. IA U.S.A. | 10/13/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Here's the track-by-track review:1. "Tearin' Up My Heart": This is longer than the U.S. (or anywhere else) version. It has a bit of like 'police radio communication' at the beginning then turns into the regular song.2. "You Got It": This is the 'producer is at the helm of the entire song' songs. There's many songs like on this CD. But it has good vocal layering.3. "Sailing": A remake of Christopher Cross' song (I have not heard the original.) I like the guitar part at the beginning. Sounds like we're floating ( I don't know why.)4. "Crazy for You": It's another 'producer' songs. But there's one different part in it. I hear guitars (!!!) Has a nice bass beat to it.5. "Riddle": A European dance/pop song. It actually has a good beat to it, I can see it in a club (though I don't think anyone would dance to early 'NSYNC.)6. "For the Girl Who Has Everything": This is actually a very good song. Very moody. To think that this was actually released as a single kinda scares me.7. "I Need Love": 'Producer pop' at it's best (or worst). Someone told me when they listened to it, it sounded like a European dance song. It's the "pre-packaged pop/love song" that 'NSYNC was known for way back when ;)8. "Giddy Up": This is a weird tune...very weird. Supposedly they co-wrote it. I'm not getting the meaning of this song. "Cuz if you wanna make things right, you got to giddy up..." (?!?!)9. "Here We Go": This seems like a 'crowd pleaser' at a concert or a basketball game. I don't know, but it sounds like it could be in a movie about a party or something or another.10. "Best of My Life": When I first listened to this song, I thought was cool. It was one of those 'boy band ballads'. But then I listened to Boyz II Men "End of the Road" (I think.) It sounds eerily alike.11. "More Than a Feeling": Another remake of an old tune, but this time they have Boston's old song. It sounds with the 'Barbershop vocal do do do's.'12. "I Want You Back": Longer than the U.S. debut, but I don't think anyone's complaning. I've seen the original video (European version,) very interesting...13. "Together Again": Slow and kinda sad. I like the 'oohs' at the semi beginning. Very melodic and sounds like anything I haven't heard.14. "Forever Young": A bit of a European dance song. But you can play this song at like a soccer game or at a New Year's Eve party, people (I think) will get pumped up.Overall review: 4 stars: This has more songs and a better sound quality than the U.S. debut has. As you may or may not know, I've reviewed two to four 'NSYNC cd's, and they probably won't come close to this. If I could rate it more than a 4, it would probably be a 4.75."