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Backstreet Boys go democratic to work

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According to Brian Littrell he and the other Backstreet Boys democratic to work when it comes to releasing new music. Convinced that it was a hit would be, chose AJ Mclean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian unanimously for the single Don t Go Breaking My Heart.

Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson

“When we number heard, was a special moment where we all knew that we were a hit to tackle. We are already long in this box, so you know what works,” says Brian to Bang Showbiz.

The singer has his fans already know that the new album ’a sharper edge’. “But today, we are no longer so fanatical as 20 years ago. Our fans were just teenagers, but they are now grown up. They have their own company, pay tax. In short; they have the say.”

“Yet the response is still the same as then, everyone is just older. It makes, I also think no matter how old we are. Our music is still just as our sound. That is beautiful.”

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