BackStreet Boys Video Archives 1997-2019 (8 DVD Set 15 Hours)


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This EIGHT DVD archive IS REGION FREE playable on ALL DVD PLAYERS WORLDWIDE contains worldwide footage to all the American promotion between 1997 to 2018. An excellent archive source for all collector’s outside the USA as well as collector’s in the USA. This archives collection includes in-depth interviews, documentaries, live performances and some rare music videos from 1997 to 2018.

Take a look back at the history of BSB when they were on top of the charts and on top of their game through this archive footage. Platinum albums in over 16 countries all over the world. Sold out tours. Top Hit at the Billboard charts for the first album. Awards in the biggest international music categories since 1995. Best International Group and Live Show. 1998 VMA for best group video as seen in this collection. Watch this DVD set and see why the Backstreet Boys are considered one of the biggest “boy bands” of all time.

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 1998 Volume I

1. Backstreet Boys All Access Video 1998: In-depth interviews, behind the scenes and music or videos of “Everybody” and “As Long As You Love Me”. “All I Have to Give” “Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)” music videos. Live in Frankfurt, Germany “Get Down” & “Anywhere for You”. Live from Much Much Music Studios Toronto, Canada “I’ll Never Break Your Heart”, “We’ve Got It Goin’ On” music Video (1Hr, 14mins., 18 secs.)
2. All I Have To Give (music video) (3:58)
3. Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) (MTV Version music video) (5:59)
4. I’ll Never Break Your Heart (music video) (4:22)
5. Shania Twain TV Special 1998: Live performance of “All I Have To Give”, “From This Moment” (BSB duet with Shania) (7:56)
6. Saturday Night Live 1998: “As Long As You Love Me” & “Quit Playing Games” and ending segment with BSB (7:39)

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 1998-1999 Volume II

1. MTV’s Backstreet Boys LIVE 4/99: Live In studio interview to promote “Millennium” LP, including questions from live audience, “I Want It That Way” (Live Performance), official commercial for “Millenium” LP, “All I Have To Give” (Live Performance) (53:28)
2. The 1998 World Music Awards: BSB receive Best Selling Dance Artist Award, Live Acapella performance “All I Have to Give” and acceptance speech by BSB (3:12)
3. MTV Fanatic 6/98: BSB meet one of their biggest fans and “All I Have To Give” Acapella Performance (9:30)
4. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 6/98: “I’ll Never Break Your Heart” and Interview (6:33)
5. VH1’s Teen Idols Special 6/98: Profile and In-depth Interview and performance of “Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)” at The Motown Cafe in NYC (2:12)
6. CBS This Morning 7/98: Profile, In-depth Interview and report of World Tour opening in the US (Parts 1 & 2 from two separate days) (8:03)
7. MTV Video Music Awards 9/98: Satire segment by Ben Stiller called “Backstreet Boyz” on BSB, Opening, Receive “Best Group Video” with acceptance speech, Introduction of BSB, “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” (Live Performance) (16:48)
8. MTV House of Style Video Music Awards Edition 9/98: Opening, “The Fashions of the Awards” segment (including BSB interview) (2:34)
9. MTV 1515 Video Music Awards Edition 9/98: Opening with BSB, Highlights segment with BSB, BSB behind the scenes documentary of preparations for the VMA’s “Three Days of the BSB” (5:47)
10. MTV Backstreet TV 6/98: “All I Have To Give” (Live Performance) (4:33)
11. MTV’s “Puff Daddy” Request Live 10/99: Interview with Nick Carter and his Mom about new book “The Heart and Soul of Nick Carter” (5:32)

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 1988-1999 Volume III

1. MTV’s Backstreet Boys Favorite Videos Top 40 10/98: BSB introduce their favorite videos, behind the scenes of their World Tour, playing pool and goofing around, funny stuff, “Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)”, “As Long As You Love Me” & “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” (music videos) (EXCEPT BSB, ALL music videos and commercials edited out) (45:04)
2. VH1’s Storytellers for Save The Music Special 11/98: Hosted by Tony Bennett, Opening, “I’ll Never Break Your Heart” (Live Performance), BSB answer questions from the audience, “title unknown” (BSB Duet with Tony Bennett Live), “All I Have To Give” (Live Performance), “As Long As You Love Me” (New Version) (18:42)
3. The Oprah Winfrey Show 11/98: BSB Fans receive gifts and surprise performance by BSB “Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)” and Interview (4:49)
4. The 1998 Billboard Music Awards 11/98: Opening, Funny Interview segment, “I’ll Never Break Your Heart” & “All I Have To Give” (Live Performances), Receive Best Group Album Award and acceptance speech (9:38)
5. MTV’s The Year In Rock 12/98: BSB Profile for the year of 1998 (3:05)
6. Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 1999 12/31/98: Opening, Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” & “As Long As You Love Me” (Live Performances) (7:41)
7. MTV’s Ultrasound “Revenge of the Boy Bands” 1/99: BSB Profile and In-Depth interview with BSB and various other BSB interviews, also included ‘N Sync, Jordan Knight, Joey McIntyre and others… (17:42)
8. The American Music Awards 2/99: “All I Have To Give” (Live Performance) and fans chase BSB off the stage and on to the roof, “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) (Remix)” (4:21)
9. VH1’s Before They Were Rock Stars 3/99: BSB Profile and early photos and footage of each of their early years expierences (6:13)
10. The 41st Annual Grammy Awards 2/99: Opening, BSB present award for “Best Country Album” (4:55)

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 1999-2000 Volume IV

1. Fox Family special presentation “The Backstreets Boys: Coming Home” 8/99: Opening, BSB in-depth interview, Full-Length Live Concert from Orlando, Florida (1 Hr, Mins, Secs )
2. The 1999 MTV Video Music Awards Pre Show 9/9/99: In-depth Interview (1:56)
3. The 1999 MTV Video Music Awards 9/9/99: “I Want That Way” & “Larger Than Life” (Live Performances) and receive “Viewer’s Choice Award” with acceptance speech (9:18)
4. The 1999 MTV Video Music Awards House of Style/A Night at the Opera Edition 9/9/99: Interview with BSB on their fashion and “The top ten Most Fashionable” BSB at #5 (2:17)
5. Larger Than Life (extended Video Mix)
6. The Billboard Music Award 11/1999: BSB Receive The Artist Of The Year Award
7. Grammy Awards 3/2000: BSB sing How Deep Is Your Love, Papa Was a Rolling Stone, I’ll Make Love To You (Medley) and Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely. Elton John performs with BSB the song Philadelphia Freedom

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 2005-2008 Volume V

1.    VH1’s Behind The Music 06/13/05: in-depth interview/ Documentary 45 Minutes
2.    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 06/22/05: Incomplete LIVE
3.    Incomplete (Music Video)
4.    Ellen De Generous Show 05/05: Incomplete LIVE, interview and I Want It That Way Live
5.    The Today Show 10/30/07: Interview and Inconsolable LIVE
6.    Live with Regis and Kelly 10/31/07: Inconsolable LIVE
7.    The Tonight Show 11/02/07: Inconsolable LIVE
8.    The Celebrity Apprentice 3/27/08: Interview with BSB manager, BSB Perform for a charity auction

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 2007-2013 Volume VI

  1. BBC The Graham Norton Show (Original Air Date 10/18/07) US Broadcast 11/03/09: Inconsolable LIVE and then interview with BSB and they field questions from the audience
  2. Bigger 2010 (Music Video)
  3. Lopez Tonight 7/27/10: Live
  4. Oprah Winfrey Show 11/04/10: BACKSTREET BOYS REUNION!!!!!! BSB surprise fans at the airport and later interview with BSB and then BSB perform “I Want it That Way” as a reunited band!
  5. American Music Awards 11/21/10: Backstreet Boys for the FIRST TIME EVER perform live with New Kids On The Block. Both groups sing a hits medley as they mix two hits from both groups simultaneously. Songs include: “Everybody”, I Want It That Way” and “Larger Then Life” and NKOTB’s “Step By Step” and “The Right Stuff” Also sampled through out the performance are Kraftwerk’s “Tour De France” and George Clinton’s Atomic Dog
  6. Dick Clark’s Primetime New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2011 with Ryan Seacrest 12/31/10: Opening, then Ryan interviews BSB prior to performance then NKOTB about the collaboration of both bands. Later Backstreet Boys for the SECOND TIME EVER perform live with New Kids On The Block. Both groups sing a hits medley as they mix two hits from both groups simultaneously. Songs include: “Everybody”, I Want It That Way”, “Larger Then Life” and “I’ll Never Break Your Heart” and NKOTB’s “Step By Step” “The Right Stuff”, “Please Don’t Go Girl”. Host Ryan interviews BSB & NKOTB along with Keisha just prior to the ball dropping for the new year 2011. The ball drops hosted by Dick Clark and the introduction of a new tradition. The playing of “New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra where BSB & NKOTB sing along to the song.
  7. The Today Show 06/03/11: Opening, The Right Stuff then a mix in to Larger Then Life Live. Later in the show is an interview with Matt Lauer of NKOTBSB. Then “Don’t Turn Out The Lights LIVE. Then BSB perform I want It That Way. Then teasers of NKOTBSB encore. Then a encore performance of Please Don’t Go Girl, Shape Of My Heart, I’ll Be Lovin’ You Forever, I Want It That Way,
  8. The 2012 40th Anniversary American Music Awards 11/18/12: BSB inroduces the Award for “Old Navy New Artist of The Year”
  9. Access Hollywood 08/28/13: Interview with the band and a marriage proposal
  10. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 09/09/13: Opening then BSB Perform live from their new CD “In A World Like This”
  11. “In A World Like This” (Music Video)

Backstreet Boys Video Archives 2013-2019 Volume VII

  1. The View 12/12/13: Opening then a quick surprise performance of “As Long As You Love Me” from BSB serenading the cast. Later in the show and interview with BSB where they discuss the new music video and working in London on the new LP. Finally a live performance “Show Us What You’re Made Of” off there new LP “In A World Like This”
  2. Christmas in Washington 2013 12/20/13: Opening, live performance of “Christmas Time”, later in the show the President makes a speech with BSB in the background. The BSB join cast in the finale performing “Hark The Herald Angels Sing”
  3. Palladia’s “STOPWATCH” 2014: “show Em (What You’re Made Of) in 60 Seconds
  4. “London Live” (Known as “The Album Chart” in the UK) 06/27/14: The Backstreet Boys are interviewed discussing the having there name of the Hollywood “Walk of Fame” The Backstreet Boys perform; songs include “As Long as You Love Me.”, “In A World Like This”, ”Madeleine”,”I Want It That Way,” “Show’Em (What You’re Made Of)”, “Everybody (Backstreets Back)”
  5. Greatest Hits 1995-2000 07/07/16: Opening, interview with the band, and then this week’s installment, devoted to chart-toppers from the years 1995 to 2000, began by blessing us with a performance of Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”. We were also treated to a smooth rendition of “I Want It That Way” featuring “All About That Bass” vocalist Meghan Trainor:
  6. MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show 08/20/18: BSB performs “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” LIVE on the roof of Radio City Music Hall
  7. E! Live From The Red Carpet 2/11/19: Interview with BSB about being nominated 8 times and about the potential of playing the Super Bowl half time show since the commercial they appeared in
  8. CBS Grammy Red Carpet LIVE 2/11/19: Interview with BSB

Backstreet Boys The Video Archives Volume VIII: “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” (Release Date  April 28, 2015) Volume VIII

An amazing and emotional documentary that brings the viewers on two parallel journeys; one being the story of the boys, starting twenty years previous, and the second being the creation of their album, In a World Like This. Raw and heartfelt, the film generates a wide range of emotions for the ones watching. Often times, funny and upbeat, it is also incredibly deep and personal with some points absolutely breathtakingly sad and heartbreaking, from Brian’s vocal troubles, to Nick’s volatile upbringing, to the death of Kevin’s father, AJ’s rehabilitation, and Howie’s unimaginable strength. The film offers fans and even the average viewer an in depth and cohesive insight to the past, present, and future of the top selling boy band of all time. A must see for anyone, whether you’re a super fan, a casual fan, or just someone interested in seeing the sometimes gritty truth of show business, the Backstreet Boys certainly showed us what they’re made of, and it’s some pretty strong stuff!

An absolute must have for any BACKSTREET BOYS COLLECTOR. Take this opportunity to own a true chronologically correct collection of the History of BSB from 1997 to 2018 totaling FIFTEEN HOURS through vintage documentaries, interviews, music videos and MANY live performances. This EIGHT DVD collection is one of the most extensive video archive collection of Backstreet Boys anywhere, ever in the world!!! This collection stands alone as a definitive WORLDWIDE look at the history of BSB through out the years covering years as early as 1997 and up to as recent as 2018. A chronological history of an evolution of a band. Take advantage of this auction and OWN this unique historical WORLDWIDE collection. Take advantage of this auction and OWN this unique historical WORLDWIDE collection.

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