Of all the pop harmonizing, dance routine-perfecting, teenage girl-appealing, commercially booming boy bands of the 1990s, the Backstreet Boys stood out as exemplary. With their pop sound augmented by hints of hip hop, R&B ballads and dance beats, plus the essential boy band characteristics of smooth moves and cute faces, the Backstreet Boys dominated the genre and achieved immense success in the United States and worldwide. Mega-hits boasted by the band include "Quit Playin' Games (With My Heart)," "As Long as You Love Me" and "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)," all of which maintain sing-along, earworm status to this day. Broken hearts abounded with the band's inevitable circa-2000 dissolution, only to be healed with the Backstreet Boys' reformation - and resumption of its ever-extensive touring schedule - in 2004. A contemporary Backstreet Boys tour is even more of a delight to die-hard fans given that it features the band's full, original lineup.