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NSYNC discography
Studio albums 4
Compilation albums 3
Music videos 25
Singles 18
DVDs 4
Tours 4
Soundtracks 1
Holiday albums 2

American boy band NSYNC has released four studio albums and 18 singles. The band first charted in 1996 and released their self-titled debut album in 1997. Their debut studio album ‘N SYNC (1997) was preceded by the lead single “I Want You Back”, which entered the top five in New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and the top 20 in the United States. Supported by the commercial success of its lead single “Bye Bye Bye”, their third studio album No Strings Attached (2000) debuted with 2.4 million copies sold in the first week.[1] The second single, “It’s Gonna Be Me”, reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. Their first two studio albums were certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America. Celebrity, their fourth and last studio album, was released in 2001 and the final single ”Girlfriend” in 2002.

Studio albums[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Guest singles[edit]

Soundtracks[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Biographies[edit]

  • Never Enough (April 2000) – Unofficial biography of the band.
  • NSYNC: Insane (September 2000) – Unofficial biography of the band.
  • The Reel NSYNC (October 2002) – Documentary filmed by Joey featuring footage of the band backstage and on the road.
  • The Ultimate Party (July 2003) – Unofficial documentary charting the history of the group.

Promotional[edit]

  • No Strings Attached (November 1999) – Contains a behind the scenes look at the making of the album.
  • Bye Bye Bye (September 2000) – Single containing the video for “Bye, Bye, Bye”.
  • Your Number #1 Video Requests & More (April 2000) – Includes the video for “Bye, Bye, Bye”, a live performance of “This I Promise You” and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.

Music videos[edit]

  • “For the Girl Who Has Everything” and “Thinking of You (I Drive Myself Crazy)” were released also with different audio in Europe, “This I Promise You” and “Gone” have Spanish video versions and “Girlfriend” was also released with the Neptunes Remix.

References[edit]

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    • “Gone”: ARIA Report: Issue 608. Pandora Archive. Accessed November 16, 2010.

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