*NSYNC Drops ‘No Strings Attached’ Anniversary Merch

In celebration of the album’s 20th anniversary, the group has released new merchandise.

License Global

March 24, 2020

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Boy band *NSYNC and Epic Rights have announced a merchandise line inspired by the group’s second studio album “No Strings Attached,” which was released in 2000.

The new collection follows the band’s Dirty Pop-Up Shop in 2018 and features various clothing and household items with a “No Strings Attached” theme, including images from the album as well as nods to song titles.

"To celebrate this 20th anniversary, we worked in close collaboration with the band to ensure authenticity that reflects this incredible legacy," Epic Rights told Billboard. "Our focus was to bring out small details from the album that fans may have forgotten about, while also sharing a new point of view that pays homage to the early 2000s."

Items from the collection include a limited-edition reissue of the record on picture disc vinyl, a tour shirt, a hoodie, a snow globe pencil holder, a pin set, socks and a personalized RIAA certification plaque, among other items.

The collection will launch March 28 and product will begin shipping April 20. The vinyl reissue will kick off on July 17.

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