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Backstreet Boys Homecoming: Live in Orlando (1999)

The Backstreet Boys' Homecoming: Live In Orlando finds Nick, Brian, Kevin, AJ and Howie returning to where it all began for an unforgettable set featuring the hits As Long As You Love Me, ... See full summary »

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The Backstreet Boys' Homecoming: Live In Orlando finds Nick, Brian, Kevin, AJ and Howie returning to where it all began for an unforgettable set featuring the hits As Long As You Love Me, All I Have To Give and Everybody (Backstreet's Back).

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20 December 2000 (Japan)  »

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Wicked! I love BSB!

First of all, I would like to say that I am a very huge fan of the Backstreet Boys. This is one of the best concerts I've seen on tape/dvd. I haven't seen them actually live in concert yet. This concert is better than their other concerts on tape/dvd like Live In Concert, A Night Out With The Backstreet Boys etc.

The concert starts off with an interview with the boys about the show and us, the fans! The stage is pretty cheap. I mean they don't have any moving stages or stuff like that. They enter the stage popping out from the ground and open with "That's The Way I Like It" and "Hey Mr. DJ." If anyone has seen their Millennium tour, you will not that the dancesteps for "That's The Way I Like It" is different.

Then they slow it down with an acapella version of "Just To Be Close To You". Howie D is wicked! Then, just like A Night Out With The Backstreet Boys, each member has a solo performance. Howie does "My Heart Stays With You" while he throws white roses to the crowd. AJ does "Lay Down Beside Me." Kevins sings and grooves to "Nobody But You". His cousin Brian plays the guitar with Billy (BSB's lead guitarist) to "That's What She Said" and Nick does "I Need You Tonight".

After that, they bring it back up with "Let's Have A Party." Then the boys take over the band and do "Quit Playin' Games". Then it's "All I Have To Give" with the famous "hat routine" like you see in the video. After that it's "Anywhere For You" and "I'll Never Break Your Heart" with the stools. Then they do "As Long As You Love Me" complete with the "chair routine". They boys leave the stage like it was the end of the show but surprise the crowd and comes back out with "Get Down", getting the crowd to "raise the roof" and "We've Got It Goin' On". They end the show with "Everybody (Backstreet's Back). Before they do the song, they play the extended dance version video of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)". Theny comes out these people dressed as gouls with coffins with the boys inside them.

Well this is a great concert. I've watched it soooo many times. If you're a BSB fan, I recommend this concert. I also recommend for y'all to get it on dvd like I did. The picture and sound is clearer and has a fair amount of special features. Another thing I like about this concert is that they do every song in full. Kevin even does his "spoken" bit at the start of "I'll Never Break Your Heart". The dancing, lights and fireworks are amazing. This concert is energy packed. I love it!!!!!


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