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Celebrity + NSYNC - NO STRINGS ATTACHED (1 CD) + *NSYNC
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  • Audio CD (April 3 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B00005LD1A
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (841 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,692 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Pop
2. Celebrity
3. The Game Is Over
4. Girlfriend
5. The Two Of Us
6. Gone
7. Tell Me, Tell Me...Baby
8. Up Against The Wall
9. See Right Through You
10. Selfish
11. Just Don't Tell Me That
12. Something Like You
13. Do Your Thing

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The Massive Hit Album from the Young Men who Ruled the Pop Charts at the Turn of the Century. Includes a Bonus Track "That Girl (Will Never Be Mine)".

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The boy balladeers of 'N Sync have always kept in step with their competition, but with Celebrity, they've entered a different race altogether. Members Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez (who co-wrote and co-produced most of the tracks on this album) have drawn on R&B, hip-hop, and electronica to make a remarkably adult mix. While younger fans will love the disc (it is 'N Sync, after all), older listeners will be surprised and pleased by the Prince-influenced "Gone," the Miami bass beat of "The Two of Us," and the Stevie Wonder harmonica cameo on "Something Like You." The disc only fails in its more predictable territory: the title track's lyrics are hopelessly generic ("Would you be so into me / if I wasn't a celebrity"). The Swedish-pop machine (also behind Britney Spears) cranks out two solid dance tracks ("Tell Me, Tell Me...Baby" and "Just Don't Tell Me That"), but his offerings are hardly as innovative, or as much fun, as the band's own contributions. Overall, Celebrity, is a triumph, and unlike many of their teen-pop peers, the members of 'N Sync (or Timberlake and Chasez, at least) promise solid careers ahead. --Courtney Kemp

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
It's been almost 3 years since Celebrity came out so I decided to listen to it since I hadn't in a while. This album still makes me want to get up and dance! I don't care what the critics or the haters say, this is a great album and *NSYNC are a group of very talented guys. Why do people who so obviously hate them bother coming here to post negative stuff? Just enjoy your music and let us enjoy ours. There are some types of music that I don't love, but I don't spend time insulting their fans or posting negative reviews. If you've listened to their music and still don't like it, fine, but don't come here and post a negative review when I bet you couldn't even name any of their songs. Anyways, I've always thought that *NSYNC were the kings when it came to dance songs, and there are LOTS of great up-tempo songs on this album! "Pop" was the first single off of Celebrity and it was definitely dirty pop! "The Two of Us" is a very happy, sweet song. My favorite song on this album is "Up Against The Wall" and to this day, I'm still mad that it was never released as a single! It was influenced by the UK two-step sound. "Tell Me, Tell Me... Baby" and "Just Don't Tell Me That" were written by the Swedish songwriters that helped *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, and Britney Spears make it big. I love those Swedish pop songs and I don't know how those songwriters are able to keep making such catchy stuff! "The Game Is Over" and "See Right Through You" are up-tempo songs with a lot of attitude! Love them! "Girlfriend" is a great mid-tempo R&B song. Even though *NSYNC were always popular for their fast songs, Celebrity proved that they were equally as wonderful on ballads.Read more ›
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By Jacko Monteo on June 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
*NSYNC is nothing if not literal. Last time around, they freed themselves from their manager and titled the record No Strings Attached. This time around, after that album moved millions of copies, they've released an album called Celebrity, none too subtly drawing attention to the fact that they're stars. That's right -- this is a trials-n-tribulations of fame album, in the grand tradition of Bad, Use Your Illusion, and In Utero, complete with a garish cover that's a cross between Sgt. Pepper and a Sammy video. The difference is, of course, that the boys have been thirsting for this attention since they were children, so they're entirely comfortable with their position as kings of teen pop, and they celebrate their celebrity. And, let it not be said that they're not clever, since "Pop" isn't just a defense of their music, it stands as a rallying cry for their fans. And that signals what is so right about the record too -- *NSYNC is self-aware, not just of their position in the pop world, but how to consolidate their strengths while pushing forward. Since time immemorial (or at least since 1987), any pop group rounds up hot producers before making a new record, but *NSYNC has found producers that accentuate different sides of their music, from Brian McKnight smoothly delivering JC Chasez's "Selfish" to the Neptunes' subtle harpsichord groove on "Girlfriend." Nobody sticks around for too long -- only Riprock and Alex G are granted two tracks, with lead SYNC Justin Timberlake manning the board for no less than three songs, more than anybody else on the record -- and that's a blessing, since it keeps the album moving.Read more ›
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By A Customer on Oct. 26 2003
Format: Audio CD
"Celebrity"...wow...*NSYNC's third official album. I have to say that most of the songs were pretty good and turned out to be songs that I just couldn't get out of my head.
"Pop" (definitely couldn't stop singing it for...I still can't stop singing it! =P),
"Tell Me, Tell Me...Baby" (nice beat),
"Girlfriend" (loved the remix with Nelly),
"Gone" (a bit annoying at first, but has nice lyrics),
"The Game Is Over" (loved JC's part),
"The Two of Us" (sounded kind of like a carnival, haha, but sweet),
"Selfish" (one word: awww),
"Something Like You" (definitely loved this one),
and other songs not really on the cd itself like "Falling" (Chris co-wrote it. It's sweet. ^_^) and "That Girl (Will Never Be Mine)" (was in "One the Line")were definitely songs I will always remember.
I do confess, however, that some of the songs on this album, I just did not like. And that's okay. It's the same way how there are many people who don't like *NSYNC at all. It's fine to say what you don't like because everyone has they're own preferences and tastes. Nonetheless, it's not right to hate something so vehemently when you have not even listened to the cd itself yet. And I personally think it's not a strong arguement when you write about your distaste with spelling errors. It's just not a strong case, ^_^.
Now, that I'm over my rant, haha, I don't think I liked this album overall. It's kind of good and it WAS mostly written by *NSYNC themselves, but I just didn't like it as much as I liked the self-titled *NSYNC or No Strings Attached. I also didn't really like Justified and Schizophrenic (so far...). I like *NSYNC.
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