We wish some of these boy bands never went bye... bye... bye! Relive their glory days now.
LFO stands for Lyte Funkie Ones. The band is best known for "Summer Girls", "Girl on TV" and "Every Other Time." It somehow sold over 5 million records worldwide.
O-Town shocked fans in the best possible way in the spring of 2014: after a 12-year-long hiatus, they announced a new song AND album is on the way! YES!
New Edition was formed way back in 1978. With Bobby Brown once a prominent member, the band peaked with the album "Home Again."
98 Degrees introduced the world to Nick Lachey. This Ohio-born band hit number-two on both the Billboard Hot 100 chart and 200 Album chart.
112 made women everywhere desire “Peaches and Cream” in 2001. The Atlanta quartet started its career on Diddy's Bad Boy Records in 1996 and “Part III” hit number-two on the Billboard 200 Album chart.
All-4-One remained at number-one for 11 weeks with "I Swear." It won a Grammy and may be the most romantic song in history.