NSYNC Remixes

NSYNC is a pop-music boy band from the 90s. They became one of the most successful boy bands of the modern era, with six Top 10 hits on the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart. Although they barely made a dent on the dance charts, their singles were remixed for the clubs by some of the biggest known DJ’s and remixers. And having only been together for less than ten years, the guys gave us three full albums worth of material. They disbanded in 2002, and the boys started their solo careers.

NSYNC was a five-member group consisting of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick. Together, they sold around 60 million records worldwide. And now as a solo artist, lead singer Justin Timberlake has already sold that many records on his own. To see my list of favorite Justin Timberlake remixes, click here.

My favorite remix of each single by NSYNC is listed in chronological order below.

  1. I Want You Back (Denny & Pepe’s Symphonic Mix)
  2. Tearin’ Up My Heart (Riprock N Alex G Heart And Key Remix Edit)
  3. Here We Go (Stonebridge Remix)
  4. (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time On You (SKDJ Remix)
  5. U Drive Me Crazy (Trime’n DELgado Remix)
  6. Thinking Of You (I Drive Myself Crazy) (Riprock N Alex G’s Crazy Driving Club Mix)
  7. Music Of My Heart (with Gloria Estefan) (Hex Hector Club Mix Edit)
  8. Bye Bye Bye (Thunderpuss Club Mix)
  9. It’s Gonna Be Me (Maurice Joshua Remix)
  10. This I Promise You (Hex Hector Radio Mix)
  11. Pop (Deep Dish Cha-Ching Remix Edit)
  12. Gone (Kurtis Mantronik Remix)
  13. Girlfriend (Nick Remix)
  14. Dirty Pop 2011 (DJ Favorite & DJ Mart Remix)


  • remixes of any song title not listed above

* My favorite remixes are of personal opinion entirely. All remixes in my collection are edited versions that were either released as professional edits or edited using my personal editing software. This page will be updated as new favorites are added, and new songs are released by the artist. If anyone can supply a track from my Wanted List, please contact me.