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'Never Gone' marks the group's fifth album release. Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, AJ McClean, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson continue to skillfully combine their signature elements of beautiful harmonies and power ballads with more live instruments to create an album with many different flavors. This new contemporary sound welcomes even more contributions from all members lyrically as well as musically featuring Kevin Richardson on piano and Nick Carter on guitar. 'Never Gone' continues the artistic growth and musical development since their last all new release, 'Black & Blue'. The Backstreet Boys have teamed up with some of today's hottest producers and writers to deliver one of their most compelling records to date. Dan Muckala (Aaron Neville, Mandy Moore) produced the first single, "Incomplete," which is a mid-tempo ballad that illustrates the group's tight harmony and soulful pop. Other producers include Billy Mann (Pink, Jessica Simpson, Sting) and Max Martin (Britney Spears, *NSync, Celine Dion) to name just a few. The Dual Disc will include the complete album in Enhanced Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound, plus the "Incomplete" video, "Making Of The Video," in-studio footage, behind-the-scenes footage, and more! Jive. 2005.
On Never Gone, the Backstreet Boys crib from the pop foundation they helped establish. Like a lot of smart popsters on the rebound, the reunited fab five broach their return by borrowing from the current hit makers. Even after a four-year hiatus, the flecks of new influence won't matter a bit to the fans. The boys' signature sugar-coated yearning softens every song to a melty consistency, and the lyrics haven't lost any of their babe-magnet pull. "It's all so dark and mysterious/When the one you want doesn't want you," sing the chiseled Lotharios on "Siberia." And on the final title track, a swirling crescendo sums up the sentiments of millions of heartsick, former teen devotees: "Never gone, never far/In my heart is where you are." -Tammy La Gorce
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On this album, they are serious and sad, I mean, their life is so bad! They have adoring fans, luxury homes/cars, MONEY! But of course, that isn't enough! Life is still a drag, right? Although that may have not have been the intended message, it sure seemed like it. Do these guys know how to smile?
I will admit it, 'Incomplete' is the kind of song that gets stuck in your head easily. It has a catchy tune, their voices are okay. Unlike the rest of this album. It is extremely hard to sit threw.
Do I recomend this? Well, it depends. If you are a HUGE BSB fan, then go ahead, buy it if you want. It's not the cute boy band pop I used to love, though. If you like rock bands and more punky pop, like Sum 41, Simple Plan etc. Why are you even looking at this item?!
Go ahead and buy this if you want, it'll just give them more money. Money makes life more depressing for them.
At first glance, this album along with its track list, looks very similar to the old albums, but once its playing, the resemblance fades away. Despite having cheesy title's like "poster girl", they're songs are the perfect combinations of radio rock and power ballads.Aj's volcals in "Poster girl" are perfectly suited for the song and is one of my favorites. "Lose it all" is a great song too about dealing with lose that is sad and touching in lyrical content but somehow up beat. All in all the songs are exactly what i was hoping for in their new ablum...if you've ever been a backstreet boy fan, get this album, it won't dissapoint you!!
After everything this band has been through together and individually, its so comforting to know that after all these years their talent and determination has not diminished in the slightest.
Awesome come-back album!!
playing them over and over again! By now I'm sure you have heard the first
single "Incomplete" What a great way to start off the CD with a beautiful
While this CD lacks a lot of the up-tempo songs their previous albums
had---I was expecting a rockier sound, but most of the songs are very
pretty and the album flows really well. There is a peaceful, otherworldly feel to some of the tracks, and hints of alt-rock here and there--think Incubus, Morning View era.
Standout tracks include 'Climbing
the Walls' a beautiful and emotional song, and 'Siberia,' which is a
really pretty ballad and puts you in a romantic mood. This CD is destined
to be one of the top albums of the year.
Most recent customer reviews
Where do I begin? Incomplete was an awesome first single. I remember the first time that I heard this song and I thought it was great. A powerful love song. Read morePublished on July 13 2006 by Jason Hutton
These guys still got it. The new CD Never gone is more mature than there older music. And these guys still rock in concert. Live in Bangkok baby! 2006!Published on April 13 2006 by Ktina
ok, i admit this is a BIG improvement compared to their older crap. they sound like they're trying to rock out and i just dont think anyone over 16 can take that seriously. Read morePublished on Sept. 16 2005 by Gimpster
I love this album and think BSB's music has matured but still has all the appeal it used too. If your a Backstreet fan this is a must have and for those who want some easy... Read morePublished on Sept. 12 2005 by Naomi
This CD is great. I listen to it as much as I can. The bsb did a great job. I've been a fan from the start and always will be and will always buy their cd's and support them. Read morePublished on Sept. 11 2005 by Mary
Bsb is back and better than ever!!!!! these songs are truly great you can tell by listening to this album all the hard work they put into it a definite must buy!!! Read morePublished on July 26 2005 by Chelsea