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Cruise News

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Шустрые фанаты однако! :)

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Ой не говори-ка :rolleyes: Кто не успел тот опздал :disappointed:

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Backstreet Boys Millennium Autographed Platinum Album

$625.00

Here's your opportunity to own a piece of Backstreet Boys history. We are offering a one of a kind Platinum Album for the Backstreet Boys Millennium album that has been autographed by the four current members of the Backstreet Boys – Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, and AJ McLean.

These are the same RIAA authentic Platinum that the band receives. These are very limited editions - 200 units of each album are being produced. Don't miss out on this chance to own a great piece of BSB Memorabilia.

Please note: Price includes free shipping for this item. These items will ship separately from other items in your order.

This item is in Pre-Order status and will begin shipping on or around 5/3/2010. Please allow 1-5 days business days for delivery within the United States. International delivery will take approximately 2-4 weeks.
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Here's your opportunity to own a piece of Backstreet Boys history. We are offering a one of a kind Platinum Album for the Backstreet Boys Black & Blue album that has been autographed by the four current members of the Backstreet Boys – Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, and AJ McLean.

These are the same RIAA authentic Platinum that the band receives. These are very limited editions - 100 units of each album are being produced. Don't miss out on this chance to own a great piece of BSB Memorabilia.

Please note: Price includes free shipping for this item. These items will ship separately from other items in your order.

This item is in Pre-Order status and will begin shipping on or around 5/3/2010. Please allow 1-5 days business days for delivery within the United States. International delivery will take approximately 2-4 weeks.

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Вы меня извините,может я чего то не понимаю, НО ОНИ, ПО-МОЕМУ  ОХРЕНЕЛИ зарабатывая деньги на всем. Ладно, билеты концерты не очень дорогие, но дальше пошло-поехало--круиз, теперь диски по 625 баксов, а потом что? Доступ к телу за миллион?http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies008.gif http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies008.gif http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies060.gif

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Жуть,что тут можно сказать,Мальчики наглеют

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У мну первых 4 альбома еще на нелицензионнном мп3

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ТанюшкаСПб написал(а):

Backstreet Boys Millennium Autographed Platinum Album

$625.00

Интересная штука.  :cool: Я б купила.  :yep:

"Дома б поставЫль. КрасЫва, Ынтерьерь"  :D  (с) ->
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Как повезло Нью-Йоркским фанам!:
5/12/2010
CBS Appearance & More!

The boys are going to be doing a bunch of appearances on the following TV shows. If you cant be there in person, make sure to check your local listings for times and set your DVRs to record all the action!

MONDAY, MAY 24th:
We need all of you NYC fans to come on down to the Boys' CBS Early Show performance on the outdoor plaza! Please visit http://www.1iota.com/events,4812,Back-S … mance.html for tickets and more information.

TUESDAY, MAY 25th:
Wendy Williams Show LIVE
Performance and Sit Down Interview

WEDNESDAY, May 26th:
"Backstreet's Back" airs on Bonnie Hunt

SUNDAY, June 6th:
A&E Private Sessions airs at 9:00am EST
Acoustic performance and interview

NYC Fan Event

Tickets are still available for "An Evening with the Backstreet Boys" on Sunday, May 23rd at the Highline Ballroom in NYC!

This special Fan Event includes:
Acoustic performance
Q&A
M&G and group photo (groups of 5)

This event is now open to all BSB fans regardless of fan club membership status. CLICK HERE to get your tickets!

Tickets are $199 which includes all of the above (performance, Q&A, M&G etc). This event is GA, but tables will be available on a first come first served basis.http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies008.gif

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Бэки ушли от Джайва!

Лиэнн написал(а):

The guys have been trying to leave Jive and now they FINALLY are free from them Now they are free to make great music without JIVE

Отака муйня, малята)))

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Helly K написал(а):

Бэки ушли от Джайва!

Ого! Вот это новости!http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies046.gif   И куда они теперь? :question:  К япошкам этим что ли на совсем переберутся?http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies103.gif  (Нет бы в Раше потусить!)http://www.mysmiles.ru/super_smilies060.gif

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Helly K написал(а):

Бэки ушли от Джайва!

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ИРЭН написал(а):

К япошкам этим что ли на совсем переберутся?

Они там вроде на УРА принемаются

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Helly K написал(а):

Бэки ушли от Джайва!

Господи!Может терь, наконец, мы услышим крутые синглы и увидим НАСТОЯЩИЕ клипы!!!!УРА! :jumping:

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missNX написал(а):

Господи!Может терь, наконец, мы услышим крутые синглы и увидим НАСТОЯЩИЕ клипы!!!!УРА! :jumping:

Я тож так думаю  :yep: Кривое руководство осталось в прошлом и теперь они смогут раскрепостить свою фантазию и выпустить её плоды на свободу с чистой совестью  :D http://backstreetboys.2bb.ru/uploads/0000/29/0a/54728-1.gif

ИРЭН написал(а):

И куда они теперь? :question:

А х их з!
Может, к япошкам, может, уйдут на другой (подчинённый Sony Music) лейбл, организуют свою собственную компанию и будут выпускать там свои альбомы, сольники и альбомы своих протеже.
Время покажет.
Знаю одно - они не пальцем деланы. И, если они не загнулись после сральни с Перлманом, возродились после отпуска длиной в 3 года и остались на плаву в кризис выжили, то и сейчас выстоят. Они  - молодцы у нас.
Да и мы - Soldiers - у них есть.
Поддержим, если что ;-) http://backstreetboys.2bb.ru/uploads/0000/29/0a/50806-1.png

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Helly K написал(а):

Бэки ушли от Джайва!

С ума сойти....

missNX написал(а):

Господи!Может терь, наконец, мы услышим крутые синглы и увидим НАСТОЯЩИЕ клипы!!!!УРА!

О,да, будем надеяться)))

Helly K написал(а):

Да и мы - Soldiers - у них есть.Поддержим, если что

ну а куда ж нам деться?! 8-)
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Тюша написал(а):

С ума сойти....

Тихо ты! Не сходи. Твой ум ещё Родине пригодится ;-)

Тюша написал(а):

ну а куда ж нам деться?! 8-)

Никуда. Судя по комментариям на Официалке, 99% Солдат рады такому развитию событий  :jumping:

Кстати о птичках. Сегодня об уходе от Jive объявили на Официалке:
Кипелов - "Я свободен" (Backstreet RMX)
So the news is out! The Backstreet Boys are no longer signed to long time record label Jive Records. The amicable split is very exciting for the group. "This is the best thing, at the best time that could have ever happened for us”, says Brian Littrell. “We are confident in the future of our band, and are looking forward to the new things to come. 2011 is going to be a great year for us!”

KTBSPA

И ведь это ещё не всё...  :mybb:

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missNX написал(а):

Господи!Может терь, наконец, мы услышим крутые синглы и увидим НАСТОЯЩИЕ клипы!!!!УРА! :jumping:

будем надеяться! Я тоже как эту новость прочитала, примерно так подумала. А-то в последнее время не очень радовало их сотрудничество!

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И ещё одна приятная новость ;-)
Угостил Глеб из Контакта (он же - Фрик на нашем Форуме)
Бэки собираются подписать контракт с компанией Universal!!!!!  :jumping:

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interview: Brian Littrell

by Windy City Times

Wed. June 16, 2010

Seventeen years deep into their careers the Backstreet Boys have beaten the odds. As the only standing boy band in the post-New Kids On The Block era, the group has proven that there is life after teen hysteria. Windy City Times caught up with lead singer Brian Littrell to talk about closing doors, bridging the gap and making new memories.

WCT: (Windy City Times) Hey Brian, how are you?

BT: (Brian Littrell) I’m good.

WCT: The big news that you posted May 27 on your website, under the title, “Freedom,” is that you are no longer singing for Jive Records. What does freedom mean for the Backstreet Boys’ career moving forward?

BL: It’s simply continuing to move forward, to make new memories. A lot of people are stuck with what was of the Backstreet Boys a few years ago. And there’s a lot of songs to be sung, a lot of music to be made, a lot of shows and a lot of tours to come for us in the future. And I think the freedom that we have really is to be ourselves, to continue to make music that makes us happy first because as long as we’re happy with it and content with it then we can continue to share it with the world.

WCT: Did your contract with Jive expire or was it a mutual parting of the ways?

BL: Not to get into crazy, crazy detail but we have one more record to deliver to Jive but we were able to get out of that contract based upon giving them a certain territory where they can market the record, that being Japan. Japan is our number-one market, Japan and Southeast Asia. So they wanted to keep that market because of the money being made there. So it’s basically a win-win for them but it’s also a win-win for us in regards to really being able to cut our ties to focus on new memories and new goals that we can set as a group and as a band.

WCT: It’s only going to be released in Japan, right?

BL: We’re not sure. That’s an interesting question because there is talk about that being the same CD that comes out around the world as well. And what I mean by that is that they will own that CD in that particular territory, and have the right to it anywhere else internationally or in the U.S, Europe, Canada…places like that.

WCT: You guys are playing San Francisco Pride June 27. Why is it important for the Backstreet Boys to support the gay community?

BL: Well first off, it’s a huge thing. Many years ago these things used to be shunned and pushed aside, and I think that America is a country where you are free to make choices and do what you want with your life. The Backstreet Boys are in support of you choosing the lifestyle that you live and it’s no big deal and we are not here to condemn or to judge, we are just here to love and to support. We make music that works for gentlemen, for young ladies, for grandparents, for kids. We stand for the freedom of choice, the freedom to live the life that you want to live and that’s why we want to be there. We were asked to be the grand marshals and we thought that it was a wonderful opportunity for us, so why not?

WCT: None of the Backstreet Boys is gay but if any one of you were gay, would it be something you would have to hide either in this stage of your life or early in your career?

BL: I think it would be really hard to hide it, especially in today’s world with Twitter and technology and the Internet and cameras and the entertainment shows with people following you. And Backstreet Boys always say that honesty is the best policy. If you’re honest with yourself then you can be honest with everybody else that knows you. At this point in the stage of our career, it would be something strange if one of the Backstreet Boys were to come out and say that they were gay, but that’s not the case, I can assure you. [Laughs]

WCT: You guys are going to be playing at Highland Park in Illinois at the Ravinia June 17. What can fans expect from that show?

BL: Chicago has been amazing to us over the years and we’re just happy to be back in town. We’re doing 24 songs, we have four female dancers, we got a DJ onstage, and we have a beautiful light show. You’re going to hear all of the oldies but goodies, songs that the Backstreet Boys are known for including eight new songs off of the new record, This Is Us.

WCT: The Backstreet Boys have been together for 17 years and you’ve sold over 70 million records worldwide. Does the group have anything to prove in terms of record sales?

BL: If anything, just staying power, just longevity, I think a lot of the press and a lot of the people out there in the industry including radio, want to remember what was… versus knowing the Backstreet Boys for today and look at it in the future. Seventeen years is a long time and the accolades and the awards that we have achieved from sales to gold records to platinum records… they do speak for themselves. So there’s nothing really to prove there.

WCT: Brian, It has been an honor to talk to you and I thank you so much…

BL: Thank you!

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For Next 17 Years, Call Backstreet Boys A ‘Man Band’

For all you doubters: Backstreet’s back, alright? Next week the Boys are heading west to perform at San Francisco Pride and the Warfield Theater. If you asked the guys, though, they’d tell you they were “Never Gone” and “Unbreakable.” (Yes, we’re reading straight from some of their recent album titles, which do seem to have a running theme.) You’ve got to hand it to them, though — 17 years later, and about a decade since the boy-band thing started to dissipate, the Backstreet Boys are the only example of that cultural phenomenon still on tour.

Those years have seen many changes, however. The group just left its label, Jive Records — a split that member A.J. McLean told us will open new doors for the Backstreet Boys. Now, the four members can be “who they are” — part of which means emulating long-lasting bands like The Rolling Stones and The Eagles — and hone a sound for “the next 17 years.” Soon the group will be hitting the high seas on a Backstreet Boys cruise, with fans who are now older, saucier, and way more intoxicated. Where do we sign up?

Hey, A.J. How are you today?
A.J. McLean: I just had some unfortunate news about my oldest dog. He got diagnosed with thyroid cancer. It’s been a bit of an emotional roller coaster.

I’m so sorry. Thank you for taking the time to talk to me.
AM: Absolutely.

How is the tour going?

AM: The show’s been sold out. The fans have been really excited. We’re just looking forward to coming down to San Fran.

What do you think it will be like playing at Pride?
AM: I have a lot of gay and lesbian friends who are stoked that we’re doing this. I want to get heavily involved with the gay and lesbian movement. One of my dear friends just started the very first gay and lesbian yellow pages for Los Angeles, so I’m gonna try to get on board and try to ixnay Prop 8…just try to make everybody equal.

Why did Backstreet Boys split with Jive Records last month after more than a decade?
AM: It was time for us. It was a parting on good terms. It’s now giving us the freedom to be the artists that we are. Fortunately, record companies are becoming more obsolete, [which is] giving the artist a lot more freedom to be creative without having people dictate what songs to do. We’ve all met so many talented writers over the past 17 years that we can easily pick up the phone, call T-Pain and say, “Hey, we’re going back into the studio in September. Let’s make a new record.”

You didn’t have that luxury before?
AM: We did, and then we didn’t. There was a bit of a dictatorship going on, which is the case with most record companies. They kind of run the ship. But towards the end, before we parted ways, we were getting a lot more hands-on with our music. We still have one more record that’s part of the contract, but that’s just going to be released in Japan under the Jive label, and then we start making a new BSB record this coming fall, which will either be on a new label or will be straight distribution. We haven’t decided.

Can people expect a different sound on the new album?
AM: A little bit. This next record is going to be where we’re headed for the next 17 years. We definitely emulate groups like The Eagles and The Stones, and having that longevity and that staying power. We’ve definitely proven that we can do it, but now it’s time for us to just be who the Backstreet Boys are gonna be.

What do you think caused the disappearance of boy bands?
AM: There was this huge pop explosion in the late 90s, early 2000, and it was overwhelming for everyone. There was us, there was *NSYNC, 98 Degrees, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera. It went on as long as it could and then some of the groups just didn’t want to do it anymore. Some of them didn’t have the success that they used to, so they just gave up. And then there were groups like *NSYNC who had members leave who did equally as well if not better on their own. I think [Justin Timberlake] is much better on his own. I think he was really good as part of a group, but I think certain people in groups just stick out more than others. We have always said we would never hold each other back. I just released my very first solo record in all of Asia and it’s about to hit the States, Europe and Canada at the end of the year.

Whose idea was the upcoming Backstreet Boys Cruise?
AM: It was a collective idea. We’ve been talking about it for years now, because we’ve heard other artists have done it, like New Kids on the Block. It’s something cool for us to do with our fans. Whether it’s having a pool party or a gambling night…we’re doing a full concert with our dancers. We might do some weird things. I heard some rumors that New Kids went as a group and knocked on fans’ doors to say hi and hang out.

It doesn’t seem like you guys would have been able to just go and knock on fans’ doors a few years ago with the hysteria that surrounded you.
AM: Yeah, I don’t think that would have been a good idea. But now that our fans are older, they still get crazy. Believe me. There’s still girls passing out, there’s still girls throwing underwear and bras. It’s just as crazy. They’re just older. And now that they’re older, they can drink, so they’re a little bit saucy. They’re having fun, kicking back and letting loose.

Are the people who grew up listening to Backstreet Boys your target demographic?
AM: I would say our core demographic is probably ages 25 to 45. But there’s still quite a lot of young teenage girls coming to the shows, and a lot of kids. Because now our fans who grew up with us are married and have families of their own. Their kids look at us like we’re brand new, so we’re starting the Backstreet fan pandemonium all over again.

Now that you guys are men, how do you feel about being grouped under the boy band umbrella?
AM: It actually makes us feel young again. Nowadays, it doesn’t bother us. In the very beginning, it did. Now we’re being called a man band.

Some of your album titles, such as Never Gone, Unbreakable, and This Is Us, sound defensive. Are they?
AM: I don’t think they’re defensive. I think the only defensive title we’ve had is Black & Blue. During that time, with the record company [lawsuit] and with all the stuff going on with us personally … me going to rehab, Brian having open heart surgery, a couple of us losing family members…it was a rough time. We also went through a break with management. We felt battered and bruised.

The lyrics on your solo CD are more explicit. Is this the direction you’d like to see Backstreet Boys go in?
AM: I think that’s more me than Backstreet Boys. We’re four individuals, but we’re still a group. A couple of the guys are fathers. It might get a little squirrelly if they’re singing lyrics that are risqué and over the top. It’s expected from me, because I’m not one to sugarcoat anything.

For old times’ sake, who is your favorite *NSYNC member and song?
AM: It’s going to be a tie because I’m actually really good friends with JC [Chasez] and Justin. JC and I have worked on quite a few songs together for my solo record and the Backstreet Boys record. As far as songs go — “Gone.” It’s just a great, well-rounded, well-crafted record. It’s one of those records I actually wish we had.

Do you guys ever get together and have boy band reminiscing parties?
AM: If I’m in the studio with JC, we’ll start talking, and it’ll spark a whole conversation about when we were all on tour together. “Remember that place…remember that girl… remember that party… remember that show.” If we wrote a book together, good God, it’d be bigger than War and Peace.

(c)PEACEжено со Сквода.

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