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N Sync: The Return of True Musical Genius

from Joe H - Monday, August 12, 2002
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A critical reveiw of the pop sensation 'N Sync

Within the past few years, music has drastically changed for the better. Leading this trend has been the musical group N Sync. This crew of young teen boys has brought music up to a whole new level by using their creativity, dancing, and looks, to show us exactly how music should be seen.

I think that N Sync has become one of the centurys top bands, and it is easy to see why. Rather than foolishly attempting to rebel against mainstream tradition, they have designed everything about themselves to appeal to young adolescents. They have showed us that musicians should not attempt to make music based on their own feelings and experiences, but to write about things that will appeal to the discerning audience, screaming preteen girls. Another key aspect of great music that had been going neglected until the appearance of N Sync is the aspect of looking good, wearing clothing that is in style, and having fancy hair-dos. These and other factors have led to their critical acclaim in circles of true importance such as pre-teen girls, and middle-aged homosexuals.

It is also great that N Sync appeared because previous bands of the early 90s were too focused on their music, writing songs that truly came from the heart, and putting their real feelings into their songs. They had forgotten that it was really supposed to be about looks. N Sync, on the other hand, has achieved new levels of creativity by letting other people write their songs and focusing on the more important aspects of musical talent, like great choreography, hand and facial gestures, and the ability to lip-sync. As you can see in their music videos their talented dancing skills, scrawny looking bodies, and carefully rehearsed facial expressions truly capture the attention of the viewers watching. While they may seem to look completely retarded, this is just an example of the performing brilliance that has brought them to the forefront of the music industry, despite the vast amount of competition from bands such as the Barenaked Ladies, Smashmouth, and the Backstreet Boys.

Although N Sync may seem like the perfect group, I see one flaw that, if removed, would surely bring them up to even higher levels of musical excellence. I believe that lip-syncing will relieve the stress of the audience who has to endure the pain of listening to the singers high-pitched voices. This would also help them to concentrate solely on improving their dancing skills and maintaining their sexual ambiguity. I have no doubt that they eventually will decide to lip-sync, because they are very smart. Then they can be called Lip Sync.

In addition, the members of N Sync have become wonderful and positive role models for millions of young men who were previously wasting their time studying and attempting to become upstanding members of society. They have learned that the key to happiness is to dress and act like a sexually confused crybaby, who may or may not have had his testicles removed in an attempt to become a better singer. Young girls everywhere have also learned that the only type of person eligible for them to love is a member of N Sync, because only they know what love truly is.

In todays dynamic music scene, it is easy to see why N Sync has soared above the rest of the artists out there. They have performed songs that are destined to become classics for at least six months, and as long as their songwriters stay busy they are sure to remain in the hearts and stereos of their adoring public.

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from sara hasen
Friday, September 12, 2008 - 07:10

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love this band they are one of the best
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Tuesday, April 01, 2003 - 15:41

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N'SYNC has ruined the passion of music.  They are part of the consperacy of brain-washing the minds of the young into thinking that looks are all that matter.  They have ruined it for any reel musicians that don't have the perfect looks.  That's okay 'cause they're nonsense will fade just like "bands" like New Kids On the Block and Millie Vanillie (probably didn't spell that right but I'm sure you know what I mean.)  What's really sad is when you think of other awesome musical influences from other generations you know they would never make it in the music industry of today.  The music seen of today sickens me. 


On the other hand the do have good dance moves; I'm sure all cheerleaders adore it.


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from mex
Thursday, February 27, 2003 - 15:06

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nice, you should write for The Onion.
(see theonion.com)
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from nina jones
Saturday, February 08, 2003 - 13:20

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Nice one LOL.
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from lol
Friday, October 11, 2002 - 07:13

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wow that was good, great writing! n sync sucks!
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from Ex-member
Friday, August 23, 2002 - 13:21

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LOL!!! Ok, you're still a moron but I forgive you for your horrid and unacceptable comments about Fortress of the Mind. At first when I read that you had written an aricle about In stink, I admit you dropped way too low in my opinion to even consider continuing our "stimulating debate" on brilliance/spelling etc. But I just had to know how much of a freak you really are so I forced myself to read it. Excellent work! :P
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From JoeH
Friday, August 23, 2002, 13:24

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hey thanks, that's sweet of you! I'm actually not a moron, but you're entitled to your own opinion. Toodles!(reply to this comment
From John Phoenix
Friday, October 25, 2002, 18:43

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Hey Joe, good job. If you're the Joe I think you are you turned out to be a pretty cool guy dispite expectations.(reply to this comment
From JoeH
Friday, October 25, 2002, 18:46

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lol! what a jerk! thanks anyway(reply to this comment
from Jerseygirl
Tuesday, August 13, 2002 - 19:55

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I have to say that this is by far the best "creative writing" to date. And I thought I was the only one who loved N'Sync.
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from dave
Tuesday, August 13, 2002 - 00:12

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Classic!
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from Lance
Monday, August 12, 2002 - 21:41

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This really should be in lighten up, I felt like smaking you up side the head until I realized it was a joke.
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from VWBabe
Monday, August 12, 2002 - 20:12

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LOL - good one Joey!

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