98 DEGREES PLAN NEW ALBUM
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CINCINNATI (AP) -- Drew Lachey (lah-SHAY') of 98 Degrees says the group is recording new material. Lachey tells the Cincinnati Enquirer the group will go into a studio in Los Angeles next month for their first album in ten years. Lachey says they will have a different sound because they have matured as performers. He says they're still deciding whether to do more upbeat songs or ballads. Lachey says they are waiting until October to record because his brother Nick's wife, Vanessa, is about to give birth to their first child.