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a narrow street with walls on both sides

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Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson, together as the Backstreet Boys, are one of the most successful boy bands in history - selling more than 130 million records.
And considering I grew up listening to the Backstreet Boys on cassette tapes, I couldn't help but get swept up in the nostalgia.
This will certainly come in handy when music fans seek 2014 Backstreet Boys tickets for upcoming shows in the extended "In A World Like This Tour.
Members of The Backstreet Theatre Group, based in the Grangetown Boys Club, are gearing up for their production of the popular musical Oliver
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The Backstreet Boys said: "We're really excited for our fans to see us again as a five-piece.
Although both massive in their heyday, they never overlapped, with NKOTB disbanding as Backstreet were starting to make waves.
Nick Carter, from The Backstreet Boys, added: "Europe is like a second home for Backstreet so we are all excited to finally be bringing this show to all our fans there.
The only absentee will be Kevin Richardson who quit The Backstreet Boys in 2006 to: "move on with the next chapter of life.
Backstreet Boys were one of the biggest bands of the late '90s with hits such as Backstreet's Back and I Want It That Way.
Backstreet Boys are one of the biggest boy-bands of all time and have sold over 100m albums worldwide.
The band's emancipation party came a decade after the release of ``Turn the Radio Off,'' the group's second and most successful album, issued by a label that morphed into Jive Records, home of Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys.
THAT was shocking to hear about backstreet abortions being carried out in Ireland today.
MILLIONAIRE Backstreet Boy NICK CARTER was hauled away in tears by police after boozing, brawling and exposing himself.
Then this past New Year's Day, MTV2--with no Road Rules marathons, no Backstreet Boys specials, no Daria--made its way onto cable, tripled its reach, and relaunched its look.