An amazing "boy band" that makes excellent songs such as "Stay The Night" and "My Everything". They know what they are talking about and they have lyrics that you can relate too. They are very seductive and any women will love some of their lyrics in a love notes. They have amazing harmonies, and they perfected the autotune effect in a few of their songs. The only other person who perfected the autotune effect was T-Pain. This is not yout typical bubblegum group. They should be coming too.
98 Degrees is the shit.
98 Degrees have always had a simple philosophy about success: persevere, work hard, have faith and eventually you'll reach your goal. For the quartet, who've sold millions of albums and earned a devoted fanbase since they arrived on the music scene in 1997, that humble way of looking at things has helped make them four of the hottest singing sensations in pop music. But their ultimate aspiration has always been clear-having people recognize that their talent goes beyond just their amazing harmonies. With their new album, Revelation, they've achieved that goal.more...
Revelation is an impressive step for members NICK and DREW LACHEY, JEFF TIMMONS and JUSTIN JEFFRE, who've always had a hand in writing and producing their albums: The group cowrote 11 of the album's 13 tracks. "That's why we're so excited about this project," DREW explains. "We were able to contribute so much to it. I think it's going to reflect on the album-we feel so close to the songs."
From the opening chords of the album's Latin-flavored first single, "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)," it's clear that 98 Degrees have reached yet another plateau. Long known for being premier balladeers, the pulsating track shows a more rhythmic 98 Degrees. The minute the guys heard the song (written by producers Anders Bagge and Arnthor Birgisson), they knew it was destined to be their inaugural release off the album. "It's so energetic and intense," says NICK. "We've never had an uptempo single so that in itself was a d...