Backstreet Boys Reunite, Plan New Album Release

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Popular 90s boyband the Backstreet Boys have reunited and are planning an album release, according to the New York Post.

The band made the announcement on Good Morning America.

All five original members–Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and A.J. McClean–are taking part in the new venture. Richardson, the groups eldest member, quit in 2006 but rejoined the group three months ago.

The group’s record is set to be released in April 2013, their 20th anniversary as a band. In the meantime, they’ve been performing in several gigs nationwide and are recording in London.

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