'N Sync

Linda speaks with J.D. Considine, pop music critic for the Baltimore Sun. Last week, teen sensation band 'N SYNC sold 2.4 million copies of their new CD "No Strings Attached," breaking a record for the most sales of an album in a week. The band's popularity is mainly with pre-teenagers and teenagers. J.D. Considine talks about 'N Sync's appeal and the success of their most recent CD.



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