New Kids On The Block, 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men

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Justin Bieber should hope that his career arc follows that of Joey, Jonathan, Jordan, Danny and Donnie. Twenty-five years after their sophomore album, "Hangin' Tough," turned five boys from Boston into crush-worthy international pop stars, the New Kids are still capitalizing on a strange mix of lust and acid-washed nostalgia (never mind that their fans are now old enough to worry about mortgages and crow's feet). Their voices no longer have even a trace of arena-filling thrust, but, really, does it matter?