The List of NSYNC Albums in Order of Release

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NSYNC Albums in Order: From their humble beginnings in Orlando, Florida, in 1995, NSYNC swiftly ascended to become one of the most iconic American vocal groups and boy bands in music history.

NSYNC, often stylized as *NSYNC or ‘N Sync, is an iconic American vocal group and boy band that took the music world by storm. Formed by Chris Kirkpatrick in Orlando, Florida, in 1995, the group burst onto the scene under the banner of BMG Ariola Munich in Germany.

Comprising members Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez, Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, and Joey Fatone, NSYNC rapidly gained international acclaim with their self-titled debut album, initially released in European countries in 1997, featuring the hit single “I Want You Back.” However, their journey was not without its challenges, marked by highly publicized legal battles with their former manager Lou Pearlman and record label Bertelsmann Music Group. Their second album, “No Strings Attached” (2000), broke records by selling over a million copies in a single day and 2.4 million in a week, remaining a milestone for over a decade and a half.

With Diamond-certified albums, chart-topping singles, and collaborations with music legends, NSYNC solidified their status as one of the most celebrated boy bands in history. Although their last recording together dates back to 2001, in 2023, NSYNC made a triumphant return with the release of “Better Place” for the film “Trolls Band Together,” rekindling the excitement of fans worldwide. This remarkable group’s journey includes reunion moments at prestigious events like the MTV Video Music Awards and their induction into the Hollywood Walk of Fame, having completed five nationwide concert tours and achieving record-breaking sales of over 70 million records.

NSYNC’s meteoric rise has left an indelible mark on the music industry, earning them a place in Rolling Stone’s list of the Top 25 Teen Idol Breakout Moments of all time. So, if you are a die heart fan of NSYNC Albums then check out here we have list of NSYNC albums in order of release so far.

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How many albums does NSYNC have?

The discography of American boy band NSYNC has released four studio albums, 3 Compilation albums, 25 Music videos, 11 Soundtracks, 2 Holiday albums and 18 singles.

All NSYNC Albums in Order: Check Out The List of  NSYNC Albums in Order of Release Here!

Here is the list of NSYNC Album in Order of Release Date 

  1. N Sync — May 26, 1997
  2. Home for Christmas — November 10, 1998
  3. No Strings Attached — March 21, 2000
  4. Celebrity — July 24, 2001


All NSYNC Albums List in Order

1. ‘N Sync (1997)

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  1. Tearin’ Up My Heart
  2. You Got It
  3. Sailing
  4. Crazy for You
  5. Riddle
  6. For the Girl Who Has Everything
  7. I Need Love
  8. Giddy Up
  9. Here We Go
  10. Best of My Life
  11. More Than a Feeling
  12. I Want You Back
  13. Together Again
  14. Forever Young

‘NSYNC’s eponymous debut studio album marked the group’s international breakthrough. Originally released in Germany on May 26, 1997, by Trans Continental Records, it gained immense popularity with chart-topping singles like “I Want You Back” and “Tearin’ Up My Heart” reaching the top ten on the Official German Charts. Its global release on March 24, 1998, through RCA Records catapulted the album to the number one spot on the Offizielle Top 100. With over 15 million copies sold worldwide, it achieved diamond certification in the US and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200, solidifying NSYNC’s status as a dominant force in the music industry.

2. Home for Christmas (1998)

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Home for Christmas:

  1. Home for Christmas
  2. Under My Tree
  3. I Never Knew the Meaning of Christmas
  4. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays
  5. The Christmas Song
  6. I Guess It’s Christmas Time
  7. All I Want Is You This Christmas
  8. The First Noel
  9. In Love on Christmas
  10. It’s Christmas
  11. O Holy Night
  12. Love’s In Our Hearts On Christmas Day
  13. The Only Gift
  14. Kiss Me at Midnight

The Meaning of Christmas:

  1. I Guess It’s Christmas Time
  2. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays
  3. I Never Knew the Meaning of Christmas
  4. Love’s in Our Hearts on Christmas Day
  5. Home for Christmas
  6. In Love on Christmas
  7. The Only Gift
  8. It’s Christmas
  9. All I Want Is You This Christmas
  10. God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You
  11. Kiss Me at Midnight
  12. The Christmas Song
  13. The First Noel
  14. O Holy Night

Released on November 10, 1998, ‘Home for Christmas’ marked NSYNC’s foray into the holiday season. This festive album, their second studio release, was exclusively available in the United States through RCA Records. Its inception followed the triumph of their debut self-titled album. Notably, the record achieved Double Platinum status by the RIAA on October 27, 1999, signifying two million shipments in the U.S. As ‘The Meaning of Christmas,’ it made its way to the United Kingdom on September 30, 2002, under the Ariola Express label, with a modified tracklist.

The single ‘Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays’ graced both American and German audiences, featured in their German seasonal album ‘The Winter Album.’ To this day, ‘Home for Christmas’ remains a holiday classic, with sales of 2.8 million copies in the United States, ranking as the fifteenth best-selling Christmas/holiday album since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking music sales in 1991.

3. No Strings Attached (2000)

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  1. Bye Bye Bye
  2. It’s Gonna Be Me
  3. Space Cowboy (Yippie-Yi-Yay)
  4. Just Got Paid
  5. It Makes Me Ill
  6. This I Promise You
  7. No Strings Attached
  8. Digital Get Down
  9. Bringin’ da Noise
  10. That’s When I’ll Stop Loving You
  11. I’ll Be Good for You
  12. I Thought She Knew

“No Strings Attached” marks NSYNC’s third studio album, released on March 21, 2000, under Jive Records. Departing from their previous sound, the group fused pop and R&B styles to create a distinct musical identity. The album’s title symbolized their independence from corporate control after parting ways with management and RCA Records. Featuring production contributions from Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, and renowned producers like Teddy Riley, it received positive reviews upon overcoming legal delays. Notably, it debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with a record-breaking 2.4 million copies sold in the first week. It’s best known for the hit “Bye Bye Bye” and shaped the pinnacle of the teen pop era.

4. Celebrity (2001)

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  1. Pop
  2. Celebrity
  3. The Game Is Over
  4. Girlfriend
  5. The Two of Us
  6. Gone
  7. Tell Me, Tell Me… Baby
  8. Up Against the Wall
  9. See Right Through You
  10. Selfish
  11. Just Don’t Tell Me That
  12. Something Like You
  13. Do Your Thing

“Celebrity,” the fourth studio album by American boy band NSYNC, marked a pivotal moment in their career. Released on July 24, 2001, under Jive Records, the album addressed criticism of their credibility by exploring genres like hip hop and two-step. Collaborating with renowned producers including BT, Rodney Jerkins, and the Neptunes, the band, with input from Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez, co-wrote 10 of 13 tracks to craft a unique blend of pop, R&B, and teen pop. Despite delays, “Celebrity” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, selling 1,879,495 copies in its first week, earning critical acclaim for its production and songwriting. It went on to achieve quintuple platinum status in the US and propelled NSYNC on successful PopOdyssey and Celebrity tours.

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