Greatest Ever Number 1's: The Definitive Collection Reviews
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Release Date: 2006 - 11 - 27, Audio CD, Union Square
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WWF: Forceable EntryForceable Entry Rocks! (627 words)
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Now 68Now give me some great hits! (474 words)
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Lovely and McFly s The Heart Never Lies, which was also featured in McDonald s Happy Meals for a while!! The second disc is full of hits from more commercial Artists such as Westlife and The Killers, KT Tunstall and MIKA also making it in. There is also a welcome return to the hits for Phil Collins In The Air Tonight, rereleased following the Cadbury s ad with the goirilla playing the drums - genius! Overall, a very good Now That s What I Call Music album. I liked the fact that the tracks were mixed up quite a bit, and the level of commercial hits seems generally higher here than in other Now releases. The releases over the past few years have appealed to me more than ...