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Now 48 contains a good amount of successful top ten hits but it's a bit of a mixed bag if i'm being honest. I find myself skipping through the discs as they seem "padded" with weaker tracks that didn't do too well in the charts. Disc 1 gets off to a good start with Whole Again by Atomic Kitten. This is a gorgeous love song that still gets plenty of airplay ten years on. Pure And Simple by Hear'Say follows. This was another successful number one that still gets played today. Disc 1 mainly focuses on pop and modern dance. An example of modern dance on the album would be Everytime You Need Me by Fragma and I Wanna Be U by Chocolate Puma. Towards the end of the disc the weaker tracks come about. These are mainly Paradise by Kaci (I can't even remember it) and Still Be Lovin' You by Damage. Martine McCutcheon is also added to the end of the disc...
Disc 2 contains the more indie/ rock songs by artists such as U2, Feeder, The Stereophonics and Coldplay. I prefer Disc 1 as i'm not aware of some of the songs on the second disc and I prefer pop music, hence why I prefer the first disc to the second. Overall the album is a mixture of genres and artists. Some songs are well known whilst some are unfamilar and unimpressive. This is not the best Now album in my opinion.
Worth buying to complete your Now collection.
Available from 1p (used) on Amazon.co.uk.
The Now Thats What I Call Music series of comilation cds has been around since 1983. Deals with major record labels meant that many big number one hits could be sold on just one compilation album. At the time, compilation albums like the Now Thats What I Call Music series had been sold on one vinyl record or cassette tape which meant the tracks were often shortened or lowered in quality to fit. Now! sold its albums in two disk packs, so the buyer always got the full, high quality track. Now 48 was released back in 2001 and listening to it now takes your mind straight back to that time! The first disc contains most of the best songs in my opinion, but there are good hits to be found on the second CD aswell. Songs such as Whole Again by Atomic kitten and Pure and Simple by Hear'Say are some of the most memorable from 2001. There are times when listening to this when you will just shout out "I remember this!", as you reminisce on 2001. I dont think this is the best Now CD, it doesnt have as many hits as I would like but its worth a listen.
The start of 2001 had some decent chart music, and a lot of it is encompassed in this Now That's What I Call Music compilation, Now 48. There are some good ballads on this compilation, and as per usual, the second disc follows the same format as the Now CDs generally take, with some of the dancier tracks featuring on the second disc.
Disc 1 has some very successful tracks, and kicks off with Atomic Kitten's Whole Again, before Hear'Say's instant hit Pure & Simple and the Christmas hit from S Club 7, Never Had A Dream Come True. Clint Eastwood by The Gorillaz is an excellent track, and is preceded by Shaggy's It Wasn't Me. However, some of the tracks selected towards the end of the disc confused me. I didn't feel they were particularly successful tracks, and they weren't to my taste at all, such as Kaci's Paradise and Martine McCutcheon's On The Radio. An average disc.
Disc 2 contains 20 tracks, with U2's glorious track Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of and Mr Writer from the Stereophonics starting it off well, and there are some other decent tracks on the disc as well. There are a couple of tracks I wasn't too fond of, mainly towards the end of the disc, such as Chante Moore's Straight Up and the Architects' Show Me The Money, but the majority of the tracks are ones I like. A decent disc.
Ultimately, I would say this is a pretty good release from the Now team, although there doesn't seem to be a lot of 'great' tracks on here, just a lot of good ones. The first disc disappointed me somewhat, but the second was a lot better. But then, you can't always please everyone with compilation albums. Now 48 is currently available from amazon.co.uk for £1.18, but this is for a used copy.
The start of 2001, and of course NOW brought us their new compilation disc. Now 48 is a bit of a mixed bag. CD One starts with Atomic Kitten’s hit “Whole Again”. It’s a nice enough ballad, and its catchy. “Pure And Simple” from Hear’Say is next. Once again it’s a fine song, but its no highlight. “Never Had A Dream Come True” by S Club 7 makes an appearance. Sort of stupid to have it so high when it had been released four months prior to the CD. Follow the first two songs in being fairly good, but only really starts getting good after 2 minutes. Nelly Furtado is up next. “I’m Like A Bird” is the first non-teen-pop song on the album, and its not bad. Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me” follows and rounds up the first five tracks. All five are good – but they all bore after a while. Gorillaz have a dance remix of their debut on here. Reasonably solid song, but still not the most memorable, six tracks in. Modjo and Chocolate Puma are next – two forgettable dance tracks. Finally, at track nine, we get from average to good. Fragma and Maria Rubia have a brilliant dance/pop track on their hands. Samantha Mumba is next, with one of my favourites on the album – “Always Come Back To Your Love”. The next three tracks are all solid, carefree pop songs from Britney, Steps and Emma Bunton. All highlights. Ronan Keating and LeAnn Rimes are next. Rather boring ballads, to tell the truth. The album then ends with Damage, Kaci, Martine, Kylie and, er, Bob The Builder. Kylie and Martine are the solid songs out of this bunch. CD Two, in all honesty is rather boring. That is what is annoying me about Now’s – they alienate people with Disc Two. Their main audience is pop fans – so keep it like that. I like all kinds of music (in all honesty, I’m pop based with bits of dance and rock coming in), so I don’t
mind as much – buts its annoying when you get one solid disc, and then on filler disc. U2, Robbie Williams, Texas, Mya and Melanie B all have great tracks on this disc. And that’s about it. Out of 20 tracks, 5 are above average. All in all – its another case of buy – but don’t expect too much .You should have heard most of the songs on the CD, so you’ll know if its for you.
Whenever I have listened to any “Now That’s What I Call Music” compilation, I am always left with the feeling the second CD is always be a majority of fairly poor tracks, and if the compilation was released on a single CD, it would be an excellent compilation, especially with the frequency the compilations are released. I see it as more of a money making exercise on behalf of Virgin and EMI, rather than a service to music fans. OK, rant over, I will review the latest compilation, “Now 48”. The opening track is “Whole Again” by Atomic Kitten. A pleasant ballad which reached number one, and put the name of the group on the lips of music fans countrywide. They seem to everywhere now. The manufactured pop theme is carried onto the next song. “Pure And Simple” from Hear’ Say was an undisputed success, and gave the group a debut number one single, and a very hard act to follow. You may think I do not like these songs, and I have tried to fight it, but they are undeniably catchy, and I now find myself singing along, and I even know all the words! “Never Had A Dream Come True” only made it onto this CD because it is an S Club 7 track. It is a very weak, instantly forgettable ballad, which if it was sung by anyone else, it would have disappeared without a trace. Newcomer Nelly Furtado released her debut this year, and “I’m Like A Bird” is a lovely song, and could be classed as a ballad. She has a distinctive voice, and I hope she is not a one hit wonder, which is a curse some of the artists on previous “Now” CD’s have been hit by. (Remember Chaka Demus and Pliers or Glenn Medieros). Mr Lover Lover returned in 2001. Shaggy released the catchy “It Wasn’t Me” which featured RikRok, and it crashed in at Number One, and seems to have given Shaggy a new lease of life, and whole new set of fans. Another artist who returned after a
break was Damon Albarn from Blur, but he did not release any solo work. Instead he is a member of the group Gorillaz, who are depicted by cartoon characters. Their debut “Clint Eastwood” was an instant hit, and their unique sounds means they will carry on the success I am sure. The next song shows how hard it is for groups to follow up a successful single. We all know Modjo’s release from 2000 I am sure. “Lady” was a chart hit which went down well in clubs, but the single “Chillin” just does not have the catchy lyrics or sound to do well, and it went unnoticed, which is why I am surprised to see it included here. The next song is officially the most annoying song of the year so far. “I Wanna Be U” by Chocolate Puma, is terrible. A tuneless singer, who chants over a mixed up dance beat is not a good combination for me, but for many it obviously was, as this song soared up the charts. Fragma are a group who are inconsistent, and this may be down to them constantly having different singers. However, with Maria Rubia, they hit the jackpot, and “Everytime You Need Me” is a catchy dance tune for the masses. Another artist who is inconsistent is Samantha Mumba, who is becoming increasingly famous for her clothes or celebrity boyfriends. “Always Come Back To Your Love” is disappointingly average, and she is finding it hard to reach the heights that she did with her debut. A “Now” release would not be complete without a Britney Spears song, and not to disappoint her fans, “Stronger” is on here. Now, I make no secret of the fact that I am not a fan of Britney, but this song seems to have a more mature edge, and will appeal to more fans than her normal “bubblegum pop”. A change for the better I hope. The same applies to the next song. I find Steps quite annoying with their cheesy grins and matching outfits, however, with “The Way You Mak
e Me Feel”, they have found a ballad which I actually do like. The lyrics and arrangement seem more original, and less manufactured. There was so much speculation over who would become the most successful solo artist out of The Spice Girls. Emma Bunton was the last one to release a solo single, and with “What Took You So Long”, she triumphed. She reached number one, and so far has escaped the negative media attention her fellow Spice Girls have been subjected to. Ronan Keating has broken away from Boyzone, and became a huge artist in his own right. With each release, he grows in confidence, and with “The Way You Make Me Feel”, he lets us all know how happy he is with his wife. It is a gorgeous ballad from a man with a beautiful voice. I will come out now, and admit that among my vast collection of CD’s, I have all three Backstreet Boys albums. OK OK, you can stop heckling. I like them, I can deny it no longer!!! “Shape Of My Heart” is a catchy ballad, and I just cannot understand why the group have not had the same success in this country as they have in the US. The compilation starts to get weak at around this point. “I Need You” by Leeann Rimes can hardly be called a chart hit, and it is a weak ballad which does not do her voice justice. Damage try so hard to be the bad boys of pop, but they fail miserably, and they release very average songs. “Still Be Lovin’ You” barely made the Top 20, so I am bemused as to why it is on here. Although I do not like “Paradise” by Kaci, it is a catchy tune, and deserved a higher track listing than it got, as does “On The Radio”, the last release from Martine McCutcheon before she went off to star in musicals. This is an excellent updated version of the Donna Summer classic, and always fills dance floors as well as the old version did. Kylie saw her career hit new heights in 2000, and “Pl
ease Stay” was one of the reasons for this, along with her skimpy clothing I am sure!!! The last song on the first CD is the annoying “Can We Fix It”, sung by Neil Morrisey masquerading as Bob The Builder. Less said the better! Now onto the second CD, which in the great tradition of “Now” is much weaker. It starts promisingly with “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” by the late Eva Cassidy, who was a revelation in 2001. This is followed by U2, and “Stuck In A Moment”, which is U2 at their finest. “Mr Writer” is the debut release from The Stereophonics new album, but it is far from the strongest material the group have released, as is “Inner Smile” from Texas, who I feel released this song in order to keep their name in the media, but it is a poor excuse for a single release. “Let Love Be Your Energy” by Robbie Williams should have been high up on the first CD as it is a much stronger track than most on the CD, as is “Buck Rogers” by Feeder. I am a big fan of Feeder, and they do not get the accolades they deserve, and wallowing on the second CD will not help their cause. I cannot understand why “Last Resort” by Papa Roach is on the second CD either. It is a great punk rock song, and introduced us all to this new group and their style of music. All of the decent songs have been played now, and we are onto what I refer to as fillers. “Chase The Sun” by Planet Funk is an attempt to create a summer dance hit, but it falls short. “Played A Live” by Safri Duo is terrible, and to describe it as a chart hit should be seen as false advertising. Jakatta sampled “On The Beach” by Chris Rea, on their song “American Dream”, but it still did not stop it being a very average dance tune. Wallowing in among these is “I Put A Spell On You” by Sonique, but I think if you are going to cover this
classic song by Nina Simone, you need to do more than just add a dance beat to it. I have already mentioned The Spice Girls as solo artists, and one the one who seems to have struggled to get the same amount of success is Mel B, but with songs like “Feels So Good”, it is easy to see why her record company are considering dropping her. Mya is best known in this country for the song “Ghetto Superstar”. She tried to break into the UK market in 2001 with “Case Of The Ex”, but in my eyes she has picked a bad song, as it has no direction, and a forgettable tune. Chante Moore released “Straight Up” in 2001, and the only reason I can think for this average song being included is that she is signed to EMI. “Stutter” by Joe, was expected to be a huge success in the clubs, but it became another song which disappeared into the depths of average ness. There are so many groups struggling to follow up impressive debuts, and another to add to the list are The Architects. “Show Me The Money” does not grab your attention in the way “Body Groove” did, as the lyrics are just not catchy enough. The final two tracks bring the CD to a disappointing end. “Piano Loco” by DJ Luck and MC Neat is so bad, it defies description, and Fun Lovin Criminals should be ashamed at the way the have sold out an used “Loco” in a beer advert. These compilations are not worth the money as there are not 41 top chart hits as the makers claim, and I feel most people will be disappointed when they get the CD home.
The Now compilation CD’s * Now That’s What I call Music* as they started out to be called, have been on our shelves for years now. Simply shortened to NOW they are an invaluable way to get a collection of tracks that you would maybe otherwise not afforded to be able to get. We find ourselves on NOW 48, quite an achievement that they are still going strong in fact. The double CD’s are released only three times a year, so its not that difficult to collect them, they make ideal Christmas presents for both children and adults and always sell well at this time. There are lots of other compilation CD’s on the market, TOTP, PEPSI and various others, some more specialised and aimed at Dance and Trance music, however the NOW CD’s seem to always be favourites. So what will you find on NOW? Well you get a very varied mix of hits, some less known than others and of course you can guarantee that there will be lots you don’t like too. CD 1.This is usually a pretty good one as it contains the major ones, number one singles feature heavily here and also some just under top material. This CD is nearly always the one that sways you to buy this and this tends to weigh out the negatives of the number 2 CD. Number 2, well this seems to always be a let down as far as I’m concerned, it starts well with more well known but not chart toppers, more of the unconventional tracks here. But then it trails off and you get the *what the hell is this* material to follow, they always throw in various dance anthems and the like and these are not always the most well known either. However I will say that this time it isn’t actually so bad as some others before it, so what’s on This years first offering NOW 48 Well CD 1: This kicks off with, the long running number 1 from Atomic Kitten (whole again), followed by the band on everyone’s lips.
Hearsay (Pure and Simple) this theme carries through with the sing along poppy songs from artists such as Samantha Mumba (Always Come Back to your love) Kaysie (Paradise) Britney (Stronger) Steps (It’s The Way You Make Me Feel) and Fragma. (Every time You Need Me). The thing to remember with these cd’s is that with them only being 3 times yearly, you get a selection from older hits to bang up to date and this is evident from the number 1 by Emma Bunton (What Took you So long) being also included. 21 tracks make up CD 1, and I can say that most of these are pretty good this time around. However the last one is wait for it * Bob the Builder *…hmmm, sure this ones in for the kiddies, but it did sell well so I guess they felt obliged to pop it in somewhere. CD 2 Starts extremely well with the newly resurrected Eva Cassidy and her (Somewhere over The Rainbow), an amazing voice but again the fame after death scenario that so often happens, but a good opener none the less. You then get the more off pop acts such as U2,(Stuck In a Moment you Cant Get Out Of) Coldplay,(Don’t Panic) Stereophonics,(Mr Writer) again all well known and excellent tracks too. Following on Robbie Williams, seems a little out of place somehow in this section but who am I to question the order of play! Then off it goes downhill, a few good tracks thrown in with some less than outstanding ones, Sonique (I put A Spell On you) and MelanieB (Feels so good) wrestle in amongst the oddball mix of dance, DarioG (Dream To me) Jakatta (American Dream) and even the metal Paparoach. (Last resort) CD2 seems to be the almost. We ran out of ideas after CD1 so lets just fill up 2 with anything that we can think of and in any order! Yes there are tracks worth picking out of this CD 2, but less than more I’m afraid, but overall as I said earlier this time it’s not as bad as some previous NOW compilation
s, 20 tracks on CD2 make up the full CD. Now is a great way to build your collection of music over the years, and I will still continue to buy it, however I feel sometimes that some of the better tracks are missing and some I really can’t understand the inclusion of at all. It is however produced in a way to appeal of course to a wide range of musical tastes; therefore you can’t expect to like every song on it. At around £14.99 it’s still a good buy however and once you start collecting you seem to keep buying!
The Now That's What I Call Music! series is by far the most successful compilation franchise of all-time. There are ordinary hits compilations and there are the NOW! collections. Launched in the autumn of 1983, it's hard to say why or how they became such an institution so quickly - within two years they were recognisable enough a brand to be dubbed simply NOW!-whatever-the-latest-number-was. Quite possibly it was because they got in first, tapping into a then-dormant sector of the market. For a brief period in the late 1980s, however, they had a serious rival in the HITS series. NOW! was the brainchild of the three major British record labels of the time - EMI, Virgin and Polygram - while HITS was the US giants' response with CBS, RCA and WEA joining forces. In 1990, after a slight wobble during which time NOW! offshoots were tried - only the NOW Dance series has survived - and HITS achieved marginal supremacy, the franchise got back on track and quite simply hasn't looked back since. EMI and Virgin subsequently merged in the mid-90s, while Polygram were taken over by Universal, but little else has changed. The format for the NOW! albums remains more or less the same, with the total number of tracks having increased from around 30 at first to 40 or so in recent years, when CD allowed for longer running times and thus extra room for more hits. Critical assessment of any NOW! release is almost irrelevant - much like the weekly UK charts it reflects, sometimes it's worse or better than others. With so many recent, current and - occasionally - even future hit singles included on each volume, value-for-money in general terms is always guaranteed. Traditionally, three NOW!s are issued per year, one at each major holiday season - Easter, Summer and Christmas. The Christmas edition tends to be the biggest seller regardless of content, a slightly strange phenomenon but most likely due to its suita
bility for Festive parties and family gatherings. NOW! 48 is the first collection for 2001, and does a pretty good job of representing what has been, overall, a fine start to the year for decent chart music (allowing for Hear'say, of course). The reliance on in-house acts from the EMI/Universal/Virgin labels means no room for the likes of Dido (Arista/BMG), Savage Garden (Columbia/Sony), Toploader (also Sony) or myriad other Warner Brothers artists, but that's been the case for a long time now and it's a minor inconvenience. So to the music. As ever, CD1 opens with the bigger mainstream pop smashes (usually No.1s). Atomic Kitten's four-week chart champ Whole Again kicks off proceedings, followed by Hearsay (Pure & Simple, what else?) and S Club 7's Never Had A Dream Come True. Shaggy's hugely successful It Wasn't Me and Emma Bunton's first proper solo single What Took You So Long? are the other Number Ones included on the first disc. Airbrushed pop confections such as Samantha Mumba's Always Come Back To Your Love, Paradise by Kaci, Britney Spears' Stronger, It's The Way You Make Me Feel from Steps, as well as the most recent hits from Martine McCutcheon, Kylie Minogue, Backstreet Boys, Ronan Keating, LeAnn Rimes and Damage are included, leaving space for a few quirky gems such as Clint Eastwood by Gorillaz, Nelly Furtado's I'm Like A Bird and..erm...Bob The Builder's Can We Fix It? (!). Dance music for the masses is also featured through Modjo, Chocolate Puma and Fragma feat. Maria Rubia on CD1, with Planet Funk, Safri Duo, Dario G, Jakatta and Sonique cropping up midway through CD2. Depending on your musical tastes, the second CD can be either home to the best tracks or the point to hit fast-forward through the more *alternative* tunes. This time around, it starts with 8 top-notch songs in a row. Eva Cassidy's Somewhere Over The Rainbow wasn't
a hit itself, but it's largely responsible for her Songbird album topping the UK Album chart and thus justifies its inclusion here, while the sequence of U2 - Stereophonics - Coldplay - Texas - Robbie Williams - Feeder - Papa Roach is about as good as it ever gets for a NOW! compilation. To be able to leave the CD playing uninterrupted for almost half-an-hour is a rarity with any hits collection. CD2 closes with some modern R'n'B sounds - Mya, Chante Moore, Joe, Architects - and two songs with Loco in their titles, by DJ Luck/MC Neat and Fun Lovin' Criminals respectively. There is an admirable range of styles present on NOW!48's selection of 41 hits, although obviously they won't all appeal to everyone. They never do, and never will. Even if only 50% of the tracks are of interest, the RRP of around £15 (£14.99 - £16.99 depending on individual stores) still represents excellent value for money.
This compilation collection is now nearing its 50th Now or so and is still going strong. The 2CD compilation album is jam-packed full of recent chart hits such as Hear'say and Atomic Kitten! Ive been collecting the Now's for years now starting from 29 and now up to 48! And Now 48 doesn’t disappoint. This album is crammed full of hits from all genres such as rock from Papa Roach with their hit "Last Resort" to a kid’s song such as "Can we fix it?" Bob the Builder. Now 48 is probably the best Now since I began collecting as it has so many great hits. songs off the CDs I love include, I need You - Leann Rimes and "Over the Rainbow" by Eva Cassidy. Here is the full list of the Hits on the double CD Which really is value for money. Think of all the money you save from waiting a while to get all these singles onto one CD as most Singles cost £3.99 and the album can be bought for just £15.99! A real Bargain and I'd recommend it to anyone! CD1 1. Whole Again - Atomic Kitten 2. Pure & Simple - Hear'say 3. Never Had A Dream Come True - S Club 7 4. I'm Like A Bird - Nelly Furtado 5. It Wasn't Me -Shaggy Feat Rikrok 6. Clint Eastwood (Ed Case Remix) Gorillaz 7. Chillin' - Modjo 8. I Wanna Be U - Chocolate Puma 9. Everytime You Need Me-Fragma Feat. Maria 10. Always Come Back To Your Love-Samantha M 11. Stronger - Britney Spears 12. It's The Way You Make Me Feel - Steps 13. What Took You So Long? - Emma Bunton 14. The Way You Make Feel - Ronan Keating 15. Shape Of My Heart - Backstreet Boys 16. I Need You - Leann Rimes 17. Still Be Lovin' You - Damage 18. Paradise - Kaci 19. On The Radio - Martine Mccutcheon 20. Please Stay - Kylie Minogue 21. Can We Fix It? - Bob The Builder CD2 1. Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Eva Cassidy
2. Stuck In A Moment - U2 3. Mr. Writer - Stereophonics 4. Don't Panic - Coldplay 5. Inner Smile - Texas 6. Let Love Be Your Energy - Robbie Williams 7. Buck Rogers - Feeder 8. Last Resort - Papa Roach 9. Chase The Sun - Planet Funk 10. Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song)-Safri Duo 11. Dream To Me - Dario G 12. American Dream - Jakatta 13. I Put A Spell On You - Sonique 14. Feels So Good - Melanie B 15. Case Of The Ex - Mya 16. Straight Up - Chante Moore 17. Stutter - Joe 18. Show Me The Money - Architechs 19. Piano Loco - Dj Luck & Mc Neat 20. Loco - Fun Lovin' Criminals
The NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL MUSIC series of compilation albums began being released when I was a teenager, and I never thought they'd still be being released this many years later. The latest one is NOW 48, and is a two CD set featuring many songs which have recently been chart hits. Some of the songs are good, but most of them are pretty crummy. The album starts off well with WHOLE AGAIN by Atomic Kitten. I really like this song – it's catchy, easy to sing along to and has a nice beat to it. According to the sleeve notes the song was at Number 1 for four weeks, and I'm glad, because it deserves to have done so. The second track, PURE & SIMPLE by Hear'say I also like, although I'm ashamed to admit it. HEAR'SAY are the band which were put together for a TV show (POPSTARS) and in my snobby way I never watched any of the TV show and didn't expect to like the song(s). Well, I'm prepared to eat my words, PURE & SIMPLE is as pleasant a song as WHOLE AGAIN. I particularly the way it goes a cappella at the end. The next set of songs are boring, including STRONGER by Britney Spears. Britney always gives me a giggle as she reminds me of Debbie Gibson, who was a huge star when I was a teenager, had a couple of successful albums an even appeared in an episode of BEVERLY HILLS 90210, but is heard from very little these days. What's the betting Britney goes the same way? It's a shame the rest of the songs on the album are so bland, even the ones by Kylie (who I used to think I'd marry eventually!) and U2. I wouldn't recommend buying this album. Borrow it from a friend (like I did), listen to the songs you like, then give it back!
Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Whole Again - Atomic Kitten
2 Pure & Simple - Hear'say
3 Never Had A Dream Come True - S Club 7
4 I'm Like A Bird - Nelly Furtado
5 It Wasn't Me - . Shaggy Feat. Ricardo 'Rikrok' Ducent
6 Clint Eastwood (Ed Case/Sweetie Irie Remix) - Gorillaz
7 Chillin' - Modjo
8 I Wanna Be U - Chocolate Puma
9 Everytime You Need Me - Fragma Feat. Maria Rubia
10 Always Come Back To Your Love - Samantha Mumba
11 Stronger - Britney Spears
12 It's The Way You Make Me Feel - Steps
13 What Took You So Long? - Emma Bunton
14 The Way You Make Feel - Ronan Keating
15 Shape Of My Heart - Backstreet Boys
16 I Need You - Leann Rimes
17 Still Be Lovin' You - Damage
18 Paradise - Kaci
19 On The Radio - Martine Mccutcheon
20 Please Stay - Kylie Minogue
21 Can We Fix It? - Bob The Builder
Disc #2 Tracklisting
1 Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Eva Cassidy
2 Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of - U2
3 Mr. Writer - Stereophonics
4 Don't Panic - Coldplay
5 Inner Smile - Texas
6 Let Love Be Your Energy - Robbie Williams
7 Buck Rogers - Feeder
8 Last Resort - Papa Roach
9 Chase The Sun - Planet Funk
10 Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song) - Safri Duo
11 Dream To Me - Dario G
12 American Dream - Jakatta
13 I Put A Spell On You - Sonique
14 Feels So Good - Melanie B
15 Case Of The Ex - Mya
16 Straight Up - Chante Moore
17 Stutter - Joe
18 Show Me The Money - Architechs
19 Piano Loco - Dj Luck & Mc Neat
20 Loco - Fun Lovin' Criminals