Album: Unbreakable (2007)


  • Nick Carter said in Starshine Magazine: "We fought for it to be written - produced a certain way, the track. You know, they wanted to kind of do some older sort of like 'Never Gone' type of Backstreet Boy music to the song. And we fought tooth and nail to actually have it done a little bit more, I don't know, rhythmic."
  • A.J. McLean said of the album in the same interview, "One of the things that we really strived for on this new record is to have those up tempos again so we can dance and we can perform and not just sit up there on stools and look like a bunch of old farts. And, you know, as far as some of the mid-tempos, it's classic Backstreet Boys. It's what we're good at. We didn't try to go over people's heads and try to be something that we're not."


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