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If you ask any member of Backstreet Boys to share a seminal moment from the Grammy Award-nominated pop juggernaut's two decades in music, you'll get a variety of different answers.

Now there's no shortage of accolades to choose from, whether it's the fact that they're the best-selling boy band in history with in excess of 130 million albums sold worldwide or that ... Read more in Amazon's Backstreet Boys Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 30, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B000W1V44I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #297,363 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Everything But Mine
3. Inconsolable
4. Something That I Already Know
5. Helpless When She Smiles
6. Any Other Way
7. One In A Million
8. Panic
9. You Can Let Go
10. Trouble Is
11. Treat Me Right
12. Love Will Keep You Up All Night
13. Unmistakable
14. Unsuspecting Sunday Afternoon
15. Downpour (bonus tracks)
16. In Pieces(bonus tracks)

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Limited Deluxe digipak edition of their 2007 'comeback' album including bonus tracks, exclusive photos, a separate pull-out poster and much more. 2007 album from one of Pop's most successful acts, now slimmed down to a quartet (adios, Kevin Richardson) but sounding better than ever. Celebrating the 10th Anniversary since the release of their self-titled debut, Unbreakable sees the Backstreet Boys back in action and ready to climb the charts all over again. Features the hit 'Inconsolable'. Jive.

They're a foursome now that Kevin Richardson has left the band, but Backstreet Boys have every right to make a record called Unbreakable and, if you can't guess why, you haven't been listening. Like every Backstreet record before it, Unbreakable boasts Super Glue-strength harmonies and an overall tightness of sound--the boys may be practitioners of the kind of pop that music snobs love to skewer, but that doesn't mean they're not exceptionally good at it, or that there's not a lot here worth whistling to (for instance, the pleasing, mildly propulsive "Everything But Mine" or the bouncy, big-beated "One In a Million"). In addition to the dancier tunes, Unbreakable busts out a lot for the ladies and their teen-age daughters to love: with ballads running a gamut from the dreamy ("You Can Let Go"), to the tender ("Unsuspecting Sunday Afternoon"), to the transcendingly pretty ("Love Will Keep You Up All Night"), there's no shortage of opportunities for the knock-kneed and swollen-hearted to bond. Which seems like a better idea now than ever. For one thing, the music is more thoughtful and mature than ever; for another, how often does the chance to bond over something called Unbreakable come along? --Tammy La Gorce

Customer Reviews

It is the best track of the album!
I really recommend this CD to all the BSB fans!
D. Sandra
Their songs can make me cry and want to dance.

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Richards HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 2, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Five little Backstreet Boys, not youngsters anymore
Kevin went off on his own, and then there were four
Four little Backstreet Boys, hopefully unbreakable
Though less than what they started with, they still sound unmistakable

This album is a welcome return for the matured though down-sized Backstreet Boys, one of the surviving groups of the mighty boy band era. Still firmly entrenched in the mainstream pop genre, this album does not disappoint, with several tracks that merit being released as singles.

First single "Inconsolable" is typical BSB, and is very similar to "Incomplete", the hit single from their last album. Other tracks to note are the upbeat "Everything But Mine", "Any Other Way", and the reggae influenced "One in a Million" and "Panic".

Of course there are the trademark BSB ballads like "Something That I Already Know", "Love Will Keep You Up All Night", "Unmistakable", and bonus tracks "Downpour" and "In Pieces" to keep ballad-lovers swooning. Another interesting track is "Treat Me Right" written by A.J. McLean of BSB and J.C. Chasez formerly of `N Sync.

A track I REALLY like is "Helpless When She Smiles", especially the chorus, which goes "I'm a house of cards in a hurricane / A reckless ride in the pouring rain", and with fourteen tracks and two bonus tracks, you're sure to find a favorite too.

Recommended for fans of mainstream radio-friendly pop music.

Amanda Richards, November 2, 2007
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Josephll on October 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Backstreet Boys was the most popular boyband in the world for a while in the mid/late 90's, the only other band that could really challenge them was N'sync. Outsold tours, 10x Platinum albums and screaming fans on every airport was their weekday. But most boybands are shortlived. The members grew up, and so does the fans and eventually they all value other things in life and are ready to move on. NKOTB, Take That, N'sync all disbanded and few of their membes were able to succeed as solo artists (Robbie Williams and Justin Timberlake being exceptions). When backsteet Boys released their compilation album "The Hits: Chapter One" in 2001 evil tongues would say that they would't be back and that it would have been better titled "The Final Chapter". Nick Carter also tried a solo project with mixed results one year after and it looked like the hope of a new Backstreet Boys album was small. Then, in 2005 after a few years of hiatus the band surprised everyone when they announced that they were recording a new studio album (their first in 5 years). "Never Gone" was released in 2005, and it clearly demonstrated a change in direction, the pretty dance pop songs were replaced with ballads and rock songs and it showed minimum hints of a past as a boyband. It evenbtually sold 10 Million copies world wide but the only big hit was the powerballad "Incomplete". While the album's content was expected from a band of grown up men closer to 30 then 20 it also left alot to be desired if you liked their catchy Max Martin produced 90's sound. 2 Years later the boys with their 6th studio album called "Unbreakable". Is it more edgy Rock or does it show signs of their past? Read on to find out.

When "Unbreakable" was recorded, Kevin Richardson decided to call it quit, leaving the band number to 4.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Cory T. Shaeffer on October 29, 2007
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It has been more than a hot minute since this band was at the top of their commercial peak, but their creative peak may have just turned the corner. Most of the album is what you would expect from this group, some dance numbers mixed in with pop ballads. The difference here is that all of these songs have hooks. This is twice the album of their 2005 comeback "Never Gone," despite losing a member their vocals sound better than ever. The lead single "Inconsolable" manages to develop a killer hook just as good as their earlier smash hits although it sounds a little like it is from the late 1990's. Some of the more impressive tracks sound a little more innovative and contemporary. Using the term "innovative" to describe an aging boy band is not something I would usually do, but witness the closing track "Unsuspecting Sunday Afternoon" and its Beatlesque arrangements and pitch-perfect harmonies, and while these "boys" may not have reinvented the wheel, they have reinvented themselves. Everyone grows up, but this group is aging quite gracefully.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Daniel W. Kelly VINE VOICE on November 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
It's great to see the US releasing a version with extra tracks for a change, instead of fans being forced to buy an import CD that costs from 30 to 40 dollars. Although, that doesn't negate the fact that they should still just release ONE version with ALL the songs on it, considering they have the room on the CD, rather than making us spend more money to get tracks that could fit on the CD anyway.

Either way, both "Downpour" and "In Pieces" are sophisticated, melodic power ballads that the Backstreet Boys get better and better at with age. No filler here. These are must have tracks for fans.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brittany L. Bloom on October 31, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of their music since I was in highschool (alnost 6 years ago now) I have to admit that I was a bit skepical, being that they were out of the music scene so long. But I was glad that I bought the cd. I love it! I highly reccomend it for those of us that have been with them all along or new comers! A great collection of songs!
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Bonus Material
The bonus material is found on the deluxe version of this album. That and the Target version have unreleased material by the boys.
Oct 30, 2007 by AngieKorn |  See all 3 posts
Why'd Kevin Leave?
Kevin left to persue other interests.
Kevin will be missed; and god bless!
God bless to our 4 remaining BSB boys, Brian, AJ, Howie, and Nick!
Nov 27, 2007 by Joshua D. Ayers |  See all 4 posts
What does SNYS stand for after the title Unbreakable?
I wish I knew too! I added the album to my wish list and then saw this one. There is a $1.00 difference in price.
Sep 26, 2007 by Kindle Customer |  See all 2 posts
Thank God they're coming back!
I hear you on the "happy memories"... I have a lot of them attached to the Boys' music. And I hope I'll have more to revisit with this new album. ^_^
Oct 28, 2007 by S. O'Connell |  See all 7 posts
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