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98 Degrees

MUSIC

Boy band, active 1997-2002. Formed in Los Angeles, CA, though the members are all from Ohio.

Official Website:
http://www.98degrees.com/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Lachey
Singer
8-Aug-1976   Brother of Nick Lachey
Nick Lachey
Singer
9-Nov-1973   98 Degrees

DISCOGRAPHY

98 (1997, Motown)
1Intro
2Come and Get It
3Invisible Man
4Was It Somehting I Didn't Say
5Take My Breath Away
6Hand in Hand
7Intermood
8Dreaming
9Heaven's Missing an Angel
10I Wasn't over You
11Completely
12Don't Stop the Love
13I Wanna Love You

Reissued 1998 including the song "Was It Something I Didn't Say".

98 and Rising (1998, Motown)
1Intro
2Heat It Up
3If She Only Knew
4I Do (Cherish You)
5Fly With Me
6Still
7Because of You
8Give It Up (interlude)
9Do You Wanna Dance
10True to Your Heart
11To Me You're Everything
12The Hardest Thing
13She's Out of My Life

This Christmas (1999, Uptown/Universal)
1If Every Day Could Be Christmas
2God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
3The Christmas Song
4I'll Be Home for Christmas
5O Holy Night
6This Gift
7The Little Drummer Boy
8Christmas Wish
9Silent Night
10Ave Maria
11This Gift (pop version)

Revelation (2000, Universal)
1Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)
2The Way You Want Me To
3Stay the Night
4Yesterday's Letter
5He'll Never Be (What I Used to Be to You)
6I'll Give It All (interlude)
7My Everything
8You Should Be Mine
9You Don't Know
10Dizzy
11The Way You Do
12Always You and I
13Never Giving Up
14Never Let Go
15Can You Imagine



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