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Canadian edition of the hit all male pop vocal group's 1996 debut smash. Features five cuts from the American release ('We've Got It Goin' On', 'Get Down (You're The One For Me)', 'I'll Never Break Your Heart', 'Quit Play... more »
Canadian edition of the hit all male pop vocal group's 1996 debut smash. Features five cuts from the American release ('We've Got It Goin' On', 'Get Down (You're The One For Me)', 'I'll Never Break Your Heart', 'Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)' and 'Darlin'') and five NOT on it ('Boys Will Be Boys', 'Just To Be Close To You', 'I Wanna Be With You', 'Every Time I Close My Eyes' and 'Roll With It'). 1996 release.
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riveraa | 12/09/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I got the first album after I bought their second album. I purchased it because of the single release 'I'll never break your heart' which was after the release of the second album. Doesn't make much sense, but then again I did buy their first album because of that single release(which is what they were probably aiming for) Plus I liked the other single on it 'I'll never break your heart' To sum it all up I really like all the songs on it, I'm constantly sticking it in the CD player when I'm cleaning the house or doing something I hate, makes me feel a bit better."
Gonzalo | California | 06/10/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This Is BSB's First Cd Only Released In Europe And Latin America, This Is A Must Have Piece A Masterpiece That Includes This First Hits, That We All Love Throug Out The World."
A group for today but not for posterity
G. Sawaged | Canada | 01/03/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Wasn't this album available in the States then? That is suprising to say the least, as it was all over Canada. The BSB's were kinda the start of the commercially put together boy band craze. At least, since this album came out, it seems that every guy and his brother want to be in a boy band. Even though nearly every guy will profess that they hate the BSB's and all boy bands. However, I must admit that the songs are catchy and danceable, and on the whole, harmless fun. But certainly nothing that will last for generations. A hundred years from now, heck..50 years from now, they will be forgotten along with Britney, but for now, they are here, so enjoy while you can."