Album and Singles Chart Success in US and UK: Backstreet Boys- Backstreet Boys

Back in mid-1990’s when these lads from Florida released their debut work through the album “Backstreet Boys”, a self-titled album. With songs focused on love songs, pop, and balladry, the guys had initial success in European countries, as well as in Asia. Due to their huge success in those territories, the guys eventually released it United States. Nevertheless, the record was combined selected tracks from their international albums “Backstreet Boys” and “Backstreet’s Back”.



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United States- #4

United Kingdom- #12



We’ve Got It Goin’ On

A dance pop song which became the pattern of some succeeding pop songs as it was a work from Max Martin. It was a bigger success in UK compared to its performance in US charts.

United States- #69

United Kingdom- #3


I’ll Never Break Your Heart

Gentle ballad really designed for a group like Backstreet Boys. It managed a top 40 peak in the US and their second top 10 in UK.

United States- #35

United Kingdom- #8


Get Down (You’re the One for Me)

A follow-up dance pop song after their ballad “I’ll Never Break Your Heart” similar to “We’ve Got It Goin’ On”, with a twist of rap on it. It failed to enter the top 10 in UK, and was unreleased in US.

United States- n/a

United Kingdom- #35


Anywhere for You

Beautiful ballad even sounds better than “I’ll Never Break Your Heart”. It was not released in United States and a hit in UK.

United States- n/a

United Kingdom- #4


Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)

This is an ear candy mid-tempo pop song. It was the biggest hit song from the album both in US and UK.

United States- #2

United Kingdom- #2



Some facts from Billboard and Official Charts Company






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