Now That's What I Call Music! 20

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Now That's What I Call Music! 20

Now That's What I Call Music! 20

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This may sound incredibly geeky but another reason was to be able to see the running length of songs. The tracklist is a timebomb of Top of the Pops, New Romantic classics and weird ill-fitting off-cuts.

This House” by Alison Moyet was a dreary, forgettable song, instantly followed by “Walking In Memphis” by Marc Cohn. A really good rap song - Busta's rapping is a good addition to the song, making this radio remix better than the original on the Pussycat Dolls' album, "PCD".I was always fascinated with reading the sleeve entries a million times, who produced the record, wrote the songs, what album it was from and I absorbed it like a sponge. While the song suite was superb in itself [Sound And Vision, Always Crashing In The Same Car, Be My Wife], it was the instrumentals that won it; utterly gorgeous and spacious. And if that wasn’t enough, we end with the longest song ever to appear on a Now album – Don McLean’s American Pie. When I bought the first one in 1998, never did I expect it to last into the 20th some 7 years later. So we come to Monty Python’s Always Look On The Bright Side Of The Life: in true anarchic style it looked Bryan Adams off the top of the Irish charts.

Amid the Creation splendour of Bandwagonesque, Just For A Day, Loveless and Screamadelica sat the modest Rykodisc CD reissue of David Bowie’s Low. How about PM Dawn’s “Set Adrift On Memory Bliss” – the trippy hip-hop with which disc one concluded? The year was 2008: George Sampson had just won Britain’s Got Talent; weekends were spent watching Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging on repeat; the aquarium filter on Photo Booth was the hot new thing; and I had just been given Now! Backstreet Boys-Just Want You To Know (C) not a big fan but i like this one better than the last single on now 19.The latter contains a new retro-70s Now logo design and artwork which complements its 80s sister Yearbook series.

EZ's hard trance remix of this song is a lot better than this unplugged piano version, this amazing cover of the Roxette track deserved all the fame it got. When I think of the summer of 1999, I think of the Felicity Shagwell poster on my bedroom ceiling, the brief period in which Mel B was known as Mel G, and the formation of my soul because of Now! After all, these are albums that shaped my music tastes, so I guess they have to be early on in the collection.And this comes from someone hard to impress by the Backstreet Boys, but they pull off this rock song pretty well. This was a hi-fi built at a cost, and obviously 30 years later, it really does show, but being able to play records and takes, and listen to the radio, was all that mattered to me. All series with the exception of United Kingdom and the United States have been discontinued, New Zealand had two more albums released as a playlist only on Spotify, South Africa had three more albums released as a playlist on Spotify under DJ Kurtis. S Club 7 refused to stop moving, a post-“Millennium” Robbie Williams was crooning about “Eternity”, and Atomic Kitten were nursing an “Eternal Flame”.

But then, one quick CD change later, it was off to Middle Earth with elf queen Enya on the aching “Caribbean Blue”. Some of the Special Editions have identical names, although a few of these titles are followed by their year of release. And the "dip it low and you pick it up slow" from the first verse directly copies from Christina Milian's "Dip it Low". The slight issue was that they gave off light at the same frequency as the volume up / down control, so you’d turn the light on, and the volume would go right down to none.The only American Idol who earned over twenty minutes of success, Kelly's finding massive success with her second album, and for a reason - she's got an awesome voice, and pulls off rock quite well.

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