Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Boyz N Girlz United|
Boyz N Girlz United
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
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Scott C. (scotso) from EAST ISLIP, NY
Reviewed on 2/5/2019...
Robbie Carrico of American Idol S7 was part of this group. Better than average typical kid group that was popular in the late 90's early 00's. Edel definitely had a good ear for late century pop. Worth a listen, keeper? Probably not. Glad he explored his rockier element on idol.
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Crystal | Cleveland, OH | 10/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Boyz N Girlz United may just be brushed off as another pop act, but, they don't deserve to be. Their CD showcases their amazing vocal talent for a type of group so basically unheard of. JC from NSync did a fabulous job with the 2 songs he wrote and produced for the group, "Messed Around" and "Can't Stop Loving You". Robbie and Daniel from BnG co-wrote "Dance With Me", and did a marvelous job. Their true vocal talents are showcased on "Beautiful You", "Lifetime", and the remake of "Always" by Atlantic Star. Other great tracks are "That's What You Get", and "They Say". They make you have fun, which is what music is suppose to do, right? "Lost", and the jazzy "Just Gotta Make You Mine" are great ways to end the CD. A definate must-have!"
This Is What You're Getting
k. lane | Florida, USA | 11/02/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A boy-girl band cut from the same cloth as *NSYNC and Britney Spears, Boyz N Girlz United looked like they could have been just as big as those stars, but they fell incredibly short. Eventually, their label went under and they broke up. It's a real shame, as this album is filled with some incredibly good pop tunes. The opening cut "Messed Around", hits you like a punch in the face, it's so catchy. The group's vocals go together well on this track, along with other JC Chasez penned track "Can't Stop Loving You". Songs in the same vein as these two include "Dance With Me", "That's What You Get", and "Don't Get What You See". Other fun and catchy album tracks are "Beautiful You", "Just Gotta Make You Mine", and "Lost". The end of the album is padded with some totally poor extended dance mixes of "Messed Around" and "That's What You Get". As a fan of dance music, the remixes are just dissapointing. Despite those two minor lags in the tracklist, this is great little pop set. Shame they didn't get any real success and broke up. They could've been stars, but it wasn't meant to be. I wish them luck in their future ventures, and hope they are as good as this fun debut."