NSYNC Songs Ranked

NSYNC was an American boy band formed in Orlando, Florida, in 1995 and launched in Germany by BMG Ariola Munich.[4] NSYNC consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass. Their self-titled debut album was successfully released to European countries in 1997 and later debuted in the U.S. market with the single “I Want You Back”. NSYNC last recorded new material in 2002. The five members have reunited a couple of times, including at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The band completed five nationwide concert tours and has sold over 70 million records, becoming one of the best-selling boy bands in history. Rolling Stone recognized their instant success as one of the Top 25 Teen Idol Breakout Moments of all time. Justin Timberlake went on to become a ten-time Grammy Award winner throughout his solo career. Here are all of NSYNC’s albums ranked.

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20. Could It Be You (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“Less people listen on this song I believe.. It a nice songs need to be heard. Support it support it.. Old good songs always remember. Like other songs “This I promise you”, “bye bye bye”, “I want you back” which I always listen too.”

19. I Thought She Knew (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“While most of their songs showed their ability to make us (to quote “Pop”) “get hyped, ” this showed off their beautiful vocal ability. They were an a cappella group first, and this allows us to hear all of their voices “not just Justin and J.C.’s with a blend of the other threes’. Here we get a Joey solo (he was so robbed), Lance’s bass notes, and Chris’s countertenor. Definitely one of my favorites.”

18. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays (Home for Christmas, 1998)

“This is my favorite Christmas Song by NSync. It’s a very light hearted song that starts off with a piano and Justin Timberlake with the rest of the members joining in. I really like the harmonies and is reminiscent of other popular hits by NSync. This is a really feel good song though. It’s family friendly too.”

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17. It Makes Me Ill (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“I just love this song so much. The intro by Justin Timberlake is just so catchy. This is why I fell in love with Nsync and Justin Timberlake! By far the best!”

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16. Thinking of You (I Drive Myself Crazy) (The Winter Album, 1999)

“Chris never got the recognition he deserved. The man has a beautiful voice. Lance’s eyes in this video are gorgeous, JC’s solos are flawless. I miss these days.”

15. Music of My Heart (Music of the Heart, 1999)

“Great song and loved the performances by Nsync and Gloria Esefan. Listen to it and you will understand why it is a favorite of mine.”

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14. (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You (‘N Sync, 1997)

“Imagine listening to this song not because you’re in love but imagining that the song was written for you. That God must have spent a little more time to ease your pain. He spends more time on you and make sure His blessing will be worth it. Hold on, everything takes time you just need to trust Him.”

13. I’ll Never Stop (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“I can’t deny that I’ve spent many hours dancing and singing hideously to this song. But let’s face facts, it’s a banger! One of those songs you listen to when friends or family aren’t within 100 miles of yourself.”

12. No Strings Attached (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“This album is truly a classic. This is my all-time favorite album by *NSYNC. This album is what made *NSYNC even more popular. I love ALL of the songs but of course my favorite track on the album is Bye Bye Bye, which is also my favorite song by *NSYNC.”

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11. Girlfriend (Celebrity, 2001)

“I was a big NSYNC fan growing up! In my opinion, they’re the best boy band to have ever existed. This is definitely one of their best songs and I love that this remix features Nelly! This is a must-have for any NSYNC fan”

10. Gone (Greatest Hits, 2005)

“This song sounds just as good as it did when it first came out. I heard it earlier on my brother’s iphone, and I immediately purchased it when I got home!”

9. Pop (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, 2001)

“This one didn’t get the credit it deserved. Brought a fresh spin to the pop sound that made them popular. I still like it better than anything Timberlake has done since NSYNC.”

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8. More Than a Feeling (‘N Sync, 2014)

“Now who did that really high falsetto note in the original recording? I always thought it was Chris but Joey has done some pretty crazy high falsetto notes before. “

7. Here We Go (Here We Go, 1997)

“Following in the shadow of the Backstreet Boys. N Sync would usher in the boyband craze of the late 90s with this debut. With signature songs like Tearing Up My Heart and I Want You Back. They proved that they were more that a copycat group.”

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6. This I Promise You (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“The most beautiful song I have heard in my life… all the songs now ain’t as beautiful is this… totally hats off to NSYNC…”

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5. It’s Gonna Be Me (No Strings Attached, 2000)

“I believe this song to be one of their best! It’s got a great dance beat, N*SYnc’s usual great harmonies, and the lyrics are easy to sing along with. It’s a great song!”

4. For the Girl Who Has Everything (‘N Sync, 1997)

“‘N Sync has done it again! They’ve managed to take an oldie-but-goodie and transform it into something new! Their version of The Lion Sleeps Tonight couldn’t be better! Chris definitely knows how to belt out the lyrics, and the background vocals of the remaining group members make for a perfect cover that’s easy on the ears.”

3. Bye Bye Bye (No Strings Attached, 2005)

“This song is such a classic. I don’t know anyone who was a child of the 90s and doesn’t know it along with the legend “Bye Bye Bye” dance move from the music video.”

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2. I Want You Back (Hits ’96 International, 1996)

“I’m not afraid to admit that i enjoy these guys or that when I was younger I had a big crush on Lance Bass. That was before my gaydar developed. I also enjoy the harmonizing in the chorus.”

1. Tearin’ Up My Heart (‘N Sync, 1997)

“The big beat/production and tempo infused with the fairly mature and measured vocal performance (even on the huge chorus hook) is the main driving force here, to the point where the rather average lyrics miraculously take something of a back-seat. Timberlake also sounds different than he usually did – he appeared to mostly be using a different, less nasal technique for his verse and he sounds better than usual. “