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Justin Timberlake is very popular, but has he ever done anything of substance? 

As the teenage pop rocket of the late '90s sputtered toward the new millennium, the record industry wanted to keep zooming. But who already among their proven ranks could age well and sell? Who could be counted upon? They were covered with…

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