Reading Is Fundamental: New Kids on the Block Five Brothers & A Million Sisters
"....Anyhow, Five Brothers is the story of how the New Kids became a pop phenomenon in the late Eighties and early Nineties. It follows the members from their roots in late ’70s/early ’80s Boston, to their union under the aegis of producer Maurice Starr, through the multi-platinum success they attained with Hangin’ Tough (after suffering through a dud debut) and so on. There’s not much here you won’t already know if you’re a fan of the group, but to read it through the words of the individual members and their family members (many of whom contribute to the book) makes for a succinct, and somewhat interesting, read..."
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