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  1. On June 30, 1997 Everybody (Backstreet's Back) was released as the lead single of Backstreet Boys' second studio album Backstreet's Back. The haunted house treatment of the video was based on a treatment he envisioned for rapper Ice Cube a few months prior, and was inspired by the music video of Michael Jackson's Thriller. Joseph Kahn and the Backstreet Boys wanted Antonio Fargas to portray the bus driver, as they were fans of Starsky & Hutch. The video shoot lasted for 36 hours, with Nick Carter's mummy shot being filmed last. Jive did not get behind the concept of the band in costumes or the $1 million requirements, and did not believe MTV would respect the video. The band ultimately had to put up their own money to shoot the video and had to fight with the label to get reimbursed once it was successful.
  2. Today's installment of This Day In Pop: The Backstreet Boys drop their record breaking pop opus exactly 20 years ago. Exhalers, please feel free to add more special dates to Exhale's Pop Anniversaries Calendar! Millennium debuts May 18, 1999. Over two decades since their debut, the Backstreet Boys are thriving. They might not have hits ruling the Billboard Hot 100, but the business behind the pop collective still works just fine. Courtesy of a successful Las Vegas residency, which has raked in nearly $1 million per night, their catchy hits of yesteryears are the ultimate essence of nostalgia. For our latest installment of This Day In Pop, BreatheHeavy took a look at the band’s 1999 blockbuster release, Millennium, the 12-song set that scored five Grammy Award nominations, becoming one of the biggest selling albums of all-time and cemented their legacy in the boy band hall of fame. Read the full article by @JamesExhale below! Exhale, what's your favorite song off this legendary album?!
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