***** Loved this album and a major step up from the first. Slick, catchy pop tunes some of which still sound great today.<br><br>30 weeks in the UK top 100. <br><br>UK#14.<br>1 week German top 10. Germany#7.<br>Hungary#15.<br>Scotland#22.<br>Iceland#26.<br>Ireland#27.<br>Spain#32. <br><br>European Hot 100#12.<br><br>31 weeks US top 10. US#1 (8 weeks).<br><br>Japan#19. <br><br>World Chart Year End (2000): #9.<br>World Chart Year End (2001): #79.<br><br>159,000 copies sold in the UK. <br>14.5 million copies sold in the US.<br><br>The biggest selling boyband album of all time in the US.<br><br>Year end (UK): #86 (00). Last edited: 22.01.2018 21:40
*** It's really quite run of the mill. Very formulaic songs with overproduced back beats. The worst thing is that very few of the tracks are really that catchy, which is quite a shame. Justin Timberlake sounds good though, as does JC Chasez and the ballads are nice. Also their harmonising is good but there's just nothing edgy or interesting about this besides the singles. Haven't listened to any of their other albums but I feel like this would probably end up being their best. <br><br>To be fair, I've never really been a fan of N-Sync so that could probably explain it. Favourite songs from the album: This I Promise You, It's Gonna Be Me and I Thought She Knew. Song to avoid: Digital Get Down.
***** Genialer Longplayer!<br><br>Gefällt mir auch besser als das erste Album.<br>Einige favourites: Bye Bye Bye, Space Cowboy, I'll Never Stop, Bringin' Da Noise, This I Promise You, It's Gonna Be Me<br><br>Die konnten wenigstens zugleich perfekt singen und tanzen.<br><br>