Album Review of Unbreakable by Backstreet Boys.

Home » Rock » Unbreakable


Backstreet Boys

Unbreakable by Backstreet Boys

Release Date: Oct 30, 2007
Record label: Jive
Genre(s): Rock, Pop

60 Music Critic Score
How the Music Critic Score works

Buy Unbreakable from Amazon

Unbreakable - Average, Based on 1 Critics

AllMusic - 60
Based on rating 6/10

The Backstreet Boys struck a defensive stance on their 2005 comeback, titling it Never Gone as if they hadn't been dormant for about five years. Never Gone was greeted by the requisite flurry of press and a modest amount of success, turning platinum without really generating any real hits -- enough to revive their career but falling just short of making them stars again -- so it's not entirely a surprise that in the year following its release, Kevin Richardson left the band for a solo career while Nick Carter tried his hand at reality TV, teaming up with his sibling for E!'s House of Carters, a move that gained Backstreet Boys about as much publicity as Tommy Lee Goes to College did for Mötley Crüe. Carter wasn't about to leave BSB, though, he was just biding time until the group assembled their next album, 2007's Unbreakable.

Full Review >>


is available now