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Millennium Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B00000IOOE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,694 customer reviews)

1. Larger Than Life
2. I Want It That Way
3. Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely
4. It's Gotta Be You
5. I Need You Tonight
6. Don't Want You Back
7. Don't Wanna Lose You Now
8. The One
9. Back To Your Heart
10. Spanish Eyes
11. No One Else Comes Close
12. The Perfect Fan

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For their hard-core under-18 fans, of course, the Backstreet Boys are all that, and a bag of chips and free soda to boot. Millennium, the follow-up to the quintet's umpteen-million-selling debut, offers more reasons why so many of the rest of us have found a place for them in our hearts. The Boys' ultrapackaged look and up-to-date production underscore the quality of their best tracks; only a churl could deny that "I Want It That Way" is one fine radio-aimed declaration of love, or that "Larger Than Life" makes the most of its Daft Punk sample and double-edged acknowledgment of Backstreet followers' loyalty. And who can resist an album-closer like "The Perfect Fan," Brian Littrell's ode to his mom? --Rickey Wright

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By A Customer on March 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
Great cd. My ratings, ten is best, 0 worst.
Larger Than Life--AWESOME!!!! LOVE THIS ONE, Brian your songs ROCK!!! 10+
I Want It That Way--Even better than Larger Than Life!! THIS ROCKS!!!!!! 10++
Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely--Sad but beautiful song, a new kind of sound. 8 1/2
It's Gotta Be You--Nice, bouncy. NICE DANCE SONG!!! 10
I Need You Tonight--Nick brings a new pop sound in his solo. Pop is always SO clean, but this brings out much more emotion. 10+
Don't Want You Back--Good song. Really like it but not as good as Larger Than Life. 9 1/2
Don't Wanna Lose You Now--A bit too soft for me, but it's alright. 8
The One--Brian, your writing is legendary. Beautiful song. Combines rock with pop. 10
Back To Your Heart--One of THE BEST SONGS ON THIS ALBUM WHICH IS SAYING A LOT!!!!!!!!!!!! Kevin you also writes great music. Guess it's passed on to cousins! 10++++++
Spanish Eyes--Neat, beautiful sound, but should not be in minor. 9
No One Else Comes Close-- See Don't Wanna Lose You Now. 8
The Perfect Fan--A perfect final touch. My friends and I plan to sing this to my mom on Mother's Day. Brian, AWESOME!!!!!!!
Overall: You will LOVE THIS. Even if you love hard music.
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By Ashley on Nov. 14 2003
Format: Audio CD
Here in my review, will be some reviews of the songs I like or dislike! Of course everyone knows the song Larger than life, so no need to explain about this one it's just that it's one of my favorites:)! Show me the meaning of being lonely is another one of my favorites, great song! The One, is a fast catchy song, really good too! Back to your heart, I love this song, it touches you! The perfect fan, this song is another fave! :) Now for the songs I dislike! Don't want you back, I don't like this song too much! It's gotta be you, the tittle of this song looks like it's gonna be me (by NSync) and I don't like this song either.
Well that was my review of some of the songs I like/dislike, as you see this album is really good and I must tell you that I mainly like their ballads on here that their fast songs! The reason why I gave this CD 4 stars is because of those 2 songs I don't like. But otherwise, this album is great! I reccomend you buy this CD even if you are or aren't a fan of the Backstreet boys or Pop music! You will love this record! Nice going BSB! :)
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Format: Audio CD
...NOT when rated against all musicians in history.
Let me start off by stating that if you have never owned a Backstreet Boys CD, and you are currently planning to, I highly suggest purchasing this one. Being a fan of these five men, I have discovered that their self-titled pales in comparison to Millennium, and their latest lp, Black & Blue, is almost a derivative of the former. The track list is riddled with sappy ballads and a taste of quick-paced rock/pop, yet many of these songs are timeless and can be easy reminders of late 90's music at its finest. Take "I Want It That Way" and "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely," for example, and you've found yourself classics that are extremely difficult for true blue pop music fanatics to resist. Nonetheless, there are cheesy remnants set aloof here, such as "Spanish Eyes" and "The Perfect Fan," which can nausiate even the most romantic of beings. Overall, this album is a must if you are wise enough to work past the fact that the singers do not compose most of the songs, and if you gravitate towards harmonic, melodic, love ballads.
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By A Customer on Feb. 4 2003
Format: Audio CD
I love Millennium, along with every other BSB CD ever made (including imports) BSB are truly talented, and I think it's unfair that people say they 'don't write their own music'. well, look at this... *credit goes to Backstreet Funnies*
Group
Time
The Answer To Our Life
Nick Carter
True
Take the Pain Away
Ain't That Cute -also with Brian Littrell
Shining Star (Also with Howie Dorough)
Our Love Will Always Remain (performed by the Dave Harris Project)
AJ McLean
Can't Stop Thinking Of You
If You Knew What I Knew
Tender Love
Yes I Will
Brian Littrell
The One
The Perfect Fan
Larger Than Life
That's What She Said
Where Do We Go From Here?
How Did I Ever
You Are
Howie Dorough
I Like It
Treat Me Right
Every Minute Every Hour
What Makes You Different (Makes You Beautiful)
How Did I Fall In Love With You
Shining Star (also with Nick Carter)
At The Speed Of Love
Kevin Richardson
Kevin's Solo (the concert piano solo)
Back To Your Heart
By My Side (also with Nick Carter)
It's True
That's 29 songs! You can't say they don't write their own songs, because they do, and they also happen to be the best songs they do too.
Millennium is my favorite BSB album because I feel it is reflects exactly who the BSB are. If you don't like BSB, then deal. You don't have to, but if you refuse to listen to them cuz they're a 'boyband' then it's your loss, not mine, or the BSB.
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Format: Audio CD
When this album came out, I was in the 8th grade...and I was "trendy" back then, and bought it, along with numerous other boyband albums. Now about three years later, after this CD has been collecting dust, I'm starting to listen to it again, for no real reason. And now that I'm not following a particular musical path, I must say this album isn't all bad. This album has some great songs, followed by some okay ones, followed by some mediocre ones that I could care less about. The quality descends consecutively, for the most part.
Here's my opinion on each of the songs:
Larger Than Life - Great song. Nothing about love(YAY!!), it's an ode to the fans, instead. It has an upbeat tempo, and actual guitar work, which includes a short solo in the middle. An awesome song to dance to, and my personal favorite on this CD.
I Want It That Way - This song has one of the most catchy choruses ever. It's one of those songs, where you hear it on the radio, or inside a store, or wherever, and can't help but sing along. To me, the chorus is definitely the highlight of this song. The song starts out slow, then it picks up and breaks out in the chorus. Everything comes together then.
Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely - My second favorite on the CD...great song lyrically, has quite a few transitions, and does not leave you with a dull moment. A very well written song and beautifully sung. This song almost sounds out of this world, for the voices, words, and melodies take you everywhere.
It's Gotta Be You - Very cheesy indeed, but catchy. Musically, this song is not half bad...fast paced, good song to dance high energy to, well mixed beats, and fun. Lyrically, it's incredibly cheesy, but the music makes up for it. Not too bad.
I Need You Tonight - This song bores me.
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