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What do the 98 Degrees guys have on their iPods?

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98 Degrees perform in Studio 1A.

If you looked through the mp3 players of the members of 98 Degrees, you might be a little surprised at what you'd find.

98 Degrees rose to prominence with the boy band surge of the late '90s, and after a six-year hiatus, they're seeking their niche in the contemporary musical landscape. The quartet (Jeff Timmons, Justin Jeffre, and brothers Nick and Drew Lachey) said they've struck a balance between their signature style and the current sound of pop music. So TODAY.com decided to take a closer look at what the guys have been listening to these days.

"We like everything," Drew told TODAY.com. "There's good music in every genre, so for us, it's more about the song than the genre."

Nick said his favorite era of music was the '70s classic rock scene, while Jeff's taste was a little more in line with the group's style.

"I'm a big fan of '60s doo-wop," Jeff said. "And of course, late '80s and early '90s R&B."

"I love 1930s, 40s and 50s jazz," Justin put in. "That was just really classic American music."

So just what is on 98 Degrees' eclectic playlist? Check it out below!

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