The 15 Most Underrated Backstreet Boys Songs Of All Time

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Lately I have been really into making lists and I won’t apologize for it, they are quick reads and I have fun writing it.

Today I decided to go through the most underrated Backstreet Boys songs of all time. The boys have been a band since 1993 and became known in the United States in probably 1997 or 1998, before that though they were huge in Germany. Quick history of the boys but I am sure that you knew a bit of that already.

Considering they are the best boy band of all time, yes I will argue this with you for the rest of forever, just contact me on twitter, @WilliKilliams, I wanted to give their lesser known songs some love as well.

Everyone knows their classic hits like “I Want It That Way”, “Quit Playing Games With My Heart”, “The Call”, “The One”, “Incomplete”, “Everybody”, the songs that got a lot of airplay and you still want to dance to when you hear it. I don’t blame you for loving those songs.

Let me take you down a trip down other songs you may enjoy and will probably spark some nostalgia. Yes, three of the songs were actually singles but I never felt like they got the attention that they deserved.

For the record, the Backstreet Boys have always been a vocal harmony group, so get ready for all of that beautifulness to come your way.

15. Unsuspecting Sunday Afternoon (2007)

14. Never Gone (2005)

13. Poster Girl (2005)

12.Hey Mr. DJ (1996)

11. Not For Me (2000)

10. Get Down (1996)

9. Show Em What You’re Made Of (2013)

8. This Is Us (2009)

7. Crawling Back To You (2005)

6. Get Another Boyfriend (2000)

5. Siberia (2005)

4. I Still… (2005)

3. Helpless When She Smiles (2007)

2. Something That I Already Know (2007)
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1. Don’t Want You Back (1999)

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