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Celebrate 40 years of huge hits with NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - 100 tracks across 5 CDs - honouring the legacy with a selection of the best from 40 years of NOW. Take the journey from the first edition back in 1983, right up to the present day - making at least one stop at every year in between. Opening with 1983's biggest selling single 'Karma Chameleon' from Culture Club, before #1s from UB40 and Bonnie Tyler, and the huge hit 'Radio Ga Ga' by Queen. Signature smashes from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Tina Turner, and Wham! Follow ahead of mid-80s gold from Eurythmics, Peter Gabriel, Bananarama and The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris. The collaboration between Run DMC & Aerosmith and Bon Jovi's 'Livin' On A Prayer' are both legendary rock anthems, and the first disc closes with #1s from T'Pau, Pet Shop Boys and S'Express. Disc Two presents floor-fillers from Yazz & The Plastic Population and Womack & Womack plus 'Back To Life... ' from Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler. The timeless version of 'Nothing Compares 2 U' by Sinéad O'Connor ushers in the '90s and is followed by #1s from Elton John, Shakespears Sister and SNAP! The smash-hit collaboration between The KLF and Tammy Wynette features along with sophisticated ballads from Duran Duran, The Pretenders and Sade. Massive #1s from Freddie Mercury, Meat Loaf, Wet Wet Wet and Coolio & L. V. follow before Oasis close the disc with 'Don't Look Back In Anger'. 1996's #1s included 'Wannabe' by Spice Girls, and 'Fastlove' by George Michael - and they open Disc Three - ahead of a run of pure pop gems from Eternal feat. Bebe Winans, All Saints, Boyzone, Steps, Aqua's 'Barbie Girl', and from 1999, the debut '... Baby One More Time' from Britney Spears. Other superstar smashes on this disc include 'Angels' from Robbie Williams, 'Believe' from Cher and Kylie Minogue's biggest hit 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head'. Incredible R&B from Mary J. Blige, and The Black Eyed Peas is included alongside artists who launched from TV talent shows to achieve massive success; Girls Aloud, and closing the disc, Will Young. Disc Four kicks off with a run of huge selling #1s from James Blunt, Westlife, Gnarls Barkley and MIKA, before the amazing vocals of Amy Winehouse and Leona Lewis. Pop royalty Take That feature with 'Rule The World' and Coldplay enjoyed their first #1 in 2008 with 'Viva La Vida'. Pop gold from P!NK and The Killers, and the huge dance-pop hits 'Bad Romance' by Lady Gaga, and 'On The Floor' from Jennifer Lopez follow; and 2011 saw Lana Del Rey make her debut with 'Video Games', and One Direction with "What Makes You Beautiful'. PSY had a global sensation, Pharrell Williams went to #1 with 'Happy', and the disc ends with the anthemic 'Let It Go' by Idina Menzel from 'Frozen'. The final disc opens with 'Sing' - the first #1 for Ed Sheeran, leading a line-up of stellar chart-toppers from Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars, Little Mix, Justin Bieber and George Ezra. There's huge dance-pop from Dua Lipa, and 'Promises' from Calvin Harris with Sam Smith - and Keala Settle's 'This Is Me' from the movie and soundtrack mega-hit 'The Greatest Showman'. Huge era-defining songs from Lewis Capaldi, Billie Eilish and The Weeknd bring the collection into the '20s. Up next are introductory hits from Glass Animals and Olivia Rodrigo, along with more #1s from Lil Nas X, Elton John & Dua Lipa and David Guetta & Bebe Rexha. The Eurovision Song Contest in 2022 provided a huge hit for Sam Ryder, and in 2023 for Loreen... The final track, taken from the Summer of 2023 is 'Padam Padam' from Kylie Minogue - an artist who has enjoyed - much like NOW That's What I Call Music! - continued success during five decades from the '80s to the '20s. NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - celebrating NOW's legacy with Massive Pop Hits from the past 40 years.
Celebrate 40 years of huge hits with NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - 100 tracks across 5 CDs - honouring the legacy with a selection of the best from 40 years of NOW. Take the journey from the first edition back in 1983, right up to the present day - making at least one stop at every year in between. Opening with 1983's biggest selling single 'Karma Chameleon' from Culture Club, before #1s from UB40 and Bonnie Tyler, and the huge hit 'Radio Ga Ga' by Queen. Signature smashes from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Tina Turner, and Wham! Follow ahead of mid-80s gold from Eurythmics, Peter Gabriel, Bananarama and The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris. The collaboration between Run DMC & Aerosmith and Bon Jovi's 'Livin' On A Prayer' are both legendary rock anthems, and the first disc closes with #1s from T'Pau, Pet Shop Boys and S'Express. Disc Two presents floor-fillers from Yazz & The Plastic Population and Womack & Womack plus 'Back To Life... ' from Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler. The timeless version of 'Nothing Compares 2 U' by Sinéad O'Connor ushers in the '90s and is followed by #1s from Elton John, Shakespears Sister and SNAP! The smash-hit collaboration between The KLF and Tammy Wynette features along with sophisticated ballads from Duran Duran, The Pretenders and Sade. Massive #1s from Freddie Mercury, Meat Loaf, Wet Wet Wet and Coolio & L. V. follow before Oasis close the disc with 'Don't Look Back In Anger'. 1996's #1s included 'Wannabe' by Spice Girls, and 'Fastlove' by George Michael - and they open Disc Three - ahead of a run of pure pop gems from Eternal feat. Bebe Winans, All Saints, Boyzone, Steps, Aqua's 'Barbie Girl', and from 1999, the debut '... Baby One More Time' from Britney Spears. Other superstar smashes on this disc include 'Angels' from Robbie Williams, 'Believe' from Cher and Kylie Minogue's biggest hit 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head'. Incredible R&B from Mary J. Blige, and The Black Eyed Peas is included alongside artists who launched from TV talent shows to achieve massive success; Girls Aloud, and closing the disc, Will Young. Disc Four kicks off with a run of huge selling #1s from James Blunt, Westlife, Gnarls Barkley and MIKA, before the amazing vocals of Amy Winehouse and Leona Lewis. Pop royalty Take That feature with 'Rule The World' and Coldplay enjoyed their first #1 in 2008 with 'Viva La Vida'. Pop gold from P!NK and The Killers, and the huge dance-pop hits 'Bad Romance' by Lady Gaga, and 'On The Floor' from Jennifer Lopez follow; and 2011 saw Lana Del Rey make her debut with 'Video Games', and One Direction with "What Makes You Beautiful'. PSY had a global sensation, Pharrell Williams went to #1 with 'Happy', and the disc ends with the anthemic 'Let It Go' by Idina Menzel from 'Frozen'. The final disc opens with 'Sing' - the first #1 for Ed Sheeran, leading a line-up of stellar chart-toppers from Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars, Little Mix, Justin Bieber and George Ezra. There's huge dance-pop from Dua Lipa, and 'Promises' from Calvin Harris with Sam Smith - and Keala Settle's 'This Is Me' from the movie and soundtrack mega-hit 'The Greatest Showman'. Huge era-defining songs from Lewis Capaldi, Billie Eilish and The Weeknd bring the collection into the '20s. Up next are introductory hits from Glass Animals and Olivia Rodrigo, along with more #1s from Lil Nas X, Elton John & Dua Lipa and David Guetta & Bebe Rexha. The Eurovision Song Contest in 2022 provided a huge hit for Sam Ryder, and in 2023 for Loreen... The final track, taken from the Summer of 2023 is 'Padam Padam' from Kylie Minogue - an artist who has enjoyed - much like NOW That's What I Call Music! - continued success during five decades from the '80s to the '20s. NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - celebrating NOW's legacy with Massive Pop Hits from the past 40 years.
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DISC: 1

1. Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
2. Ub40 - Red Red Wine
3. Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart
4. Queen - Radio Ga Ga
5. Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax
6. Paul McCartney - Pipes of Peace
7. Tina Turner - What's Love Got to Do with It
8. Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
9. Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters
10. Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - There Must Be An Angel (Playing with My Heart)
11. Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
12. Billy Ocean - When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going
13. Bananarama - Venus
14. The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris - Don't Leave Me This Way
15. Run DMC Feat. Aerosmith - Walk This Way
16. Bon Jovi - Livin' on a Prayer
17. T'pau - China in Your Hand
18. Pet Shop Boys - Always on My Mind
19. S'express - Theme from S-Express
20. Yazz ; the Plastic Population - the Only Way Is Up
21. Womack ; Womack - Teardrops
22. Kim Wilde - You Came
23. Marc Almond ; Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart
24. Soul II Soul ; Caron Wheeler - Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)
25. Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
26. Elton John - Sacrifice
27. Andrew Lloyd Webber ; Jason Donovan - Any Dream Will Do (From "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat")
28. Shakespears Sister - Stay
29. The KLF Feat. Tammy Wynette - Justified and Ancient
30. Snap! - Rhythm Is a Dancer
31. Duran Duran - Ordinary World
32. Sade - No Ordinary Love
33. Freddie Mercury - Living on My Own
34. Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)
35. Wet Wet Wet - Love Is All Around (From "Four Weddings and a Funeral" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
36. The Pretenders - I'll Stand By You
37. Coolio, L.V. - Gangsta's Paradise
38. Oasis - Don't Look Back in Anger
39. Spice Girls - Wannabe
40. George Michael - Fastlove
41. Eternal Feat. Bebe Winans - I Wanna Be the Only One
42. All Saints - Never Ever
43. Aqua - Barbie Girl
44. Natalie Imbruglia - Torn
45. Robbie Williams - Angels
46. Boyzone - No Matter What
47. Cher - Believe
48. Britney Spears -... Baby One More Time
49. Steps - Tragedy
50. Gabrielle - Rise
51. S Club - Don't Stop Movin'
52. Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out of My Head
53. Mary J. Blige - Family Affair
54. Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Murder on the Dancefloor
55. Girls Aloud - Sound of the Underground
56. Justin Timberlake - Cry Me a River
57. The Black Eyed Peas - Where Is the Love?
58. Will Young - Leave Right Now
59. James Blunt - You're Beautiful
60. Westlife - You Raise Me Up
61. Gnarls Barkley - Crazy
62. Mika - Grace Kelly
63. Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
64. Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love
65. Take That - Rule the World
66. P!NK - So What
67. Coldplay - Viva la Vida
68. The Killers - Human
69. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
70. Katy Perry - Firework
71. Jennifer Lopez - on the Floor
72. Lana Del Rey - Video Games
73. One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful
74. Psy - Gangnam Style (?????)
75. Bastille - Pompeii
76. Pharrell Williams - Happy (From "Despicable Me 2")
77. Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball
78. Sia - Chandelier
79. Idina Menzel - Let It Go (From "Frozen")
80. Ed Sheeran - Sing
81. Mark Ronson Feat. Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk
82. Little Mix - Black Magic
83. Shawn Mendes - Stitches
84. Justin Bieber - Love Yourself
85. Rag'n'bone Man - Human
86. Dua Lipa - New Rules
87. George Ezra - Shotgun
88. Calvin Harris, Sam Smith - Promises
89. Keala Settle ; the Greatest Showman Ensemble - This Is Me
90. Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved
91. Billie Eilish - Bad Guy
92. The Weeknd - Blinding Lights
93. Glass Animals - Heat Waves
94. Olivia Rodrigo - Drivers License
95. Lil Nas X - Montero (Call Me By Your Name)
96. Elton John ; Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)
97. Sam Ryder - Space Man
98. David Guetta ; Bebe Rexha - I'm Good (Blue)
99. Loreen - Tattoo
100. Kylie Minogue - Padam Padam

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Celebrate 40 years of huge hits with NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - 100 tracks across 5 CDs - honouring the legacy with a selection of the best from 40 years of NOW. Take the journey from the first edition back in 1983, right up to the present day - making at least one stop at every year in between. Opening with 1983's biggest selling single 'Karma Chameleon' from Culture Club, before #1s from UB40 and Bonnie Tyler, and the huge hit 'Radio Ga Ga' by Queen. Signature smashes from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Tina Turner, and Wham! Follow ahead of mid-80s gold from Eurythmics, Peter Gabriel, Bananarama and The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris. The collaboration between Run DMC & Aerosmith and Bon Jovi's 'Livin' On A Prayer' are both legendary rock anthems, and the first disc closes with #1s from T'Pau, Pet Shop Boys and S'Express. Disc Two presents floor-fillers from Yazz & The Plastic Population and Womack & Womack plus 'Back To Life... ' from Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler. The timeless version of 'Nothing Compares 2 U' by Sinéad O'Connor ushers in the '90s and is followed by #1s from Elton John, Shakespears Sister and SNAP! The smash-hit collaboration between The KLF and Tammy Wynette features along with sophisticated ballads from Duran Duran, The Pretenders and Sade. Massive #1s from Freddie Mercury, Meat Loaf, Wet Wet Wet and Coolio & L. V. follow before Oasis close the disc with 'Don't Look Back In Anger'. 1996's #1s included 'Wannabe' by Spice Girls, and 'Fastlove' by George Michael - and they open Disc Three - ahead of a run of pure pop gems from Eternal feat. Bebe Winans, All Saints, Boyzone, Steps, Aqua's 'Barbie Girl', and from 1999, the debut '... Baby One More Time' from Britney Spears. Other superstar smashes on this disc include 'Angels' from Robbie Williams, 'Believe' from Cher and Kylie Minogue's biggest hit 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head'. Incredible R&B from Mary J. Blige, and The Black Eyed Peas is included alongside artists who launched from TV talent shows to achieve massive success; Girls Aloud, and closing the disc, Will Young. Disc Four kicks off with a run of huge selling #1s from James Blunt, Westlife, Gnarls Barkley and MIKA, before the amazing vocals of Amy Winehouse and Leona Lewis. Pop royalty Take That feature with 'Rule The World' and Coldplay enjoyed their first #1 in 2008 with 'Viva La Vida'. Pop gold from P!NK and The Killers, and the huge dance-pop hits 'Bad Romance' by Lady Gaga, and 'On The Floor' from Jennifer Lopez follow; and 2011 saw Lana Del Rey make her debut with 'Video Games', and One Direction with "What Makes You Beautiful'. PSY had a global sensation, Pharrell Williams went to #1 with 'Happy', and the disc ends with the anthemic 'Let It Go' by Idina Menzel from 'Frozen'. The final disc opens with 'Sing' - the first #1 for Ed Sheeran, leading a line-up of stellar chart-toppers from Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars, Little Mix, Justin Bieber and George Ezra. There's huge dance-pop from Dua Lipa, and 'Promises' from Calvin Harris with Sam Smith - and Keala Settle's 'This Is Me' from the movie and soundtrack mega-hit 'The Greatest Showman'. Huge era-defining songs from Lewis Capaldi, Billie Eilish and The Weeknd bring the collection into the '20s. Up next are introductory hits from Glass Animals and Olivia Rodrigo, along with more #1s from Lil Nas X, Elton John & Dua Lipa and David Guetta & Bebe Rexha. The Eurovision Song Contest in 2022 provided a huge hit for Sam Ryder, and in 2023 for Loreen... The final track, taken from the Summer of 2023 is 'Padam Padam' from Kylie Minogue - an artist who has enjoyed - much like NOW That's What I Call Music! - continued success during five decades from the '80s to the '20s. NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - celebrating NOW's legacy with Massive Pop Hits from the past 40 years.
        
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