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The Now Thats What I Call Music series of compilation albums have been one of the nations most popular ever since they started in 1983. Now 51 was released in 2002 and contains 43 of the years best hits. Some of the songs on the album are abit cheesy for me as I'm more into rock than songs such as "Me Julie" By Ali G feat Shaggy. However this is one of the better of the Now albums I have listened to as it contains some tracks by rock bands unlike previous albums which are mostly pop tracks. Songs such as In Too Deep by Sum 41, Handbags and Gladrags by Stereophonics and How You Remind me by Nickelback are some of my favourites. There are songs for people who are into their club type music, such as "ResuRection" by PPK and "Something" by Lasgo.
Overall, this is one of the better of the Now compilation albums, it seems to have tracks for everyone even if some of them are very cheesy ie The Land of Make Believe by Allstars....see what I mean? Being released in 2002 was the year I think that the music industy started to come out of that cheesy period, hence the more rocky tracks on this album. Seeing as Amazon have it for sale for 24p, its a bargain!
Now 51 has an impressive array of hits, spread across its two discs. The 42 tracks are set up in a similar format to how the Now That's What I Call Music crew have generally compiled each release, which means that the more dance orientated tracks are to be found on the second disc, with the first disc containing more of the commercially poppy tracks. I like this release from the Now team, and there are only a couple of tracks that I'm not so much of a fan of.
Disc 1 starts off with the immensely popular Hero from Enrique Iglesias, and although I wasn't particularly a fan of Blue's Fly By II or Shaggy's Me Julie, you can't deny that they were very popular and deserve their place on this album. The rest of the tracks on the disc are also very good and deserving of their places, apart from Hear'Say's Everybody, which I felt was a bit of a flop and a disappointment after theuir instant first hit. Ex-Spice Girls Victoria Beckham and Geri Halliwell also feature with singles on here, although neither of them are particularly impressive. The rest of the tracks are good on here.
Disc 2 starts off with a great track: Handbags and Gladrags by the Stereophonics, and the track that launched Nickelback into commercial success, How You Remind Me. The rest of the disc does have a good selection of dance and RnB tracks, with particularly good tracks that I like being Afroman's Crazy Rap and Ja Rule and Ashanti dueting on the hit Always On Time. Backstreet Boys' Drowning seems vaguely out of place here, and I wasn't a fan of Samantha Mumba's Lately, although I appreciate the commercial appeal and relative success of all of the tracks on this disc.
Ultimately, this is quite a good offering from the Now team. The majority of the tracks are good selections, and the impressive thing about this release, particularly with the second disc, is the order of the tracks. They all seem to flow quite well, with the exception of the Backstreet Boys seeming out of place. Both discs contain a number of instantly recognisable and memorable hits, and I recommend this one if you're looking for a good collection of music from the early part of this decade. Now 51 is currently available from amazon.co.uk for around the £3 mark, although used copies are going for considerably less.
Now 51 is of course the next step in the UK's major compliation series. It has already done well - shooting to number one on the compliation charts (but then again - which NOW doesn't?!). Personally, Now 51 is kinda good, kinda bad. The typical start of year NOW disc are generally the worst or medium NOW of the year. End of year NOW's tend to be brilliant, and middle year NOW's mixing with start of year ones. I hope this is the worst one of the year. CD1 starts off pleasent enough with Enrique's #1 song, "Hero". Its harmless, but no highlight - and kinda disappointing to start with such a slow song following from Kylie's anthem on NOW 50. The first ten tracks flow nicely, with #1's from Daniel Beddingfield, Aaliyah, Robbie & Nicole and S Club 7, all nice, solid pop/r&b songs that deserve a place on this Disc. Thrown in are the credible songs from Blue and R Kelly, plus Britney's song (which is catchy and fun, so glad to have it here), plus Shaggy & Ali G. "Murder On The Dancefloor" by Sophie Ellis Bextor is 100% the best song on the album. Catchy, quirky and fun! The latter part of the Disc loses momentum after Kylie's "In Your Eyes", with just dance hits. "True Love Never Dies" is a highlight out of these. Then we end with cheesy pop - most of it which is nice. Victoria and Geri have two pop songs, good to sing along to. Allstars have a cover of Bucks Fizz in the form of "Land Of Make Believe", and Steps have "Words Are Not Enough" - one of their weaker singles, but still a good effort. Disc2 I find to be rather boring. I'll go backwards here a little - the last 6 or so songs are forgettable, I can't name you half of them. Totally boring and filler. Back to the start of the disc - we get four rock songs. "How You Remind Me" by Nickelback is the only good pick from this bunch. Puretone follow, then two great songs by C
hristina Milan and Ja Rule f/Ashanti. City High, have a reasonable effort along with Samantha Mumba. Backstreet Boys get tossed in the middle (how does it fit in here?!) but its a nice enough song. Princess Superstar is the other highlight, with her amusing tune. Overall, Disc One would be a 4/5 disc - full of top pop songs, with some reasonable dance - topped off with a block of Edam Cheese. Disc 2 is more of 2.5/5, with only about 5-6 highlights - too little from around 20 songs. Buy this CD if you are like me and into the NOW series, or if you want the November - March pop hits for your collection - hey it saves buying 15-16 singles. Otherwise, decide for yourself upon the tracklisting, and your personal taste. I personally think my taste is eclectic, if slightly more pop-based, but this CD is acceptable, but slightly pushing my limits.
I have been collecting CD's in the Now range since about Now twenty something was released. That seems ages ago, since the most recent of the Now compilation CD's is already up to a high number fifty - one. What I tend to like about this sort of album is that most of the tracks on there, you probably would of heard of, as most of them are taken from the charts and the majority of them have been at position number one in the charts at some point. The thing that most attracted me to buying this CD was the fact that when the advertisement came on the TV, I automatically recognised all of the songs that they played, and counted them as my favourites. When I went into my local Sainsbury's the next day, there was a massive display saying that Now 51. was released on that day (25th March 2002), and the shiny metallic looking red cover with gold writing, made me want to purchase it even more. I took it up to the counter, and as per usual Sainsbury's (the only place in my area where they sell cheaper albums) charged me a couple of quid less than the normal retails price (£15.99), therefore meaning that I paid about £13.99. I have recently been informed that on Cd-wow they have this CD for a bargain price of only £12.99 - sounds like something not to be missed! Most of the Now CD's in the past, often appeal to people who only like the 'pop' genre of music, but with this Vol. it is very different. With a great collection of rock, indie, r 'n' b, pop, techno, garage and clubbing style music, you can't really go wrong with this excellent buy. The album is split into two disc's, CD1 and CD2. CD1 is bright yellow and CD2 is bright pink. The inlay card has a brilliant detailed listing of every track on both CD's. As well as stating the artist of each song, it also tells you a little bit about them, including a small postage stamp sized photograph so that you can get a vision of how the singer looks. I was pleasantly surpris
ed to find out that no Gareth Gates or Will Young single's crept up within this compilation but a big let down was that somehow Rik Waller (the fat one who wanted a sympathy vote, saying that he lost his voice etc. and couldn't go through to the next round) actually appeared on the album. Numerous cover versions are on the CD's, but apart from that, all is good. Here is a one-by-one guide to all of the song's featured on the album including a rating of each track individually, in general, in my own opinion, following this key: * = worst, ***** = best. On CD One... Enrique Iglesias stayed at the top of the charts for four whole weeks with his debut song 'Hero'. It is taken from his album called 'Escape' and Latin Enrique's music has a strange pop sense to it, instead of it actually having that Spanish or Latin style which would normally be expected. Released just after the September 11th attacks in America, this song showed the people of the USA that there was hope to look out for in the future. 'Hero' is a reminder that love, no matter how seemingly out of reach, is the conquering force. This ballad is a great starting pint for a great album, it really sets the mood. Rating: **** Blue's fourth single is 'Fly By II' and is track number two on the CD. Blue have rocketed to fame since the release of their debut single in May 2001. You might be thinking why does this song have a II (two) after the title, but this is because it is a different version to the original one that was made, and it appears on the album complete with the re-working and re-mixing. This song was taken from Blue's album known as 'All Rise'. Rating: *** 'Me Julie' sung by Ali G feat. Shaggy has to be one of the song's on this album that is most likely to have you in hysteric's. With the comedian Ali G's hilarious lines such as 'you turn me on with your big bab
alon's', taken from the film titled 'Ali G Indahouse', this pop and reggae tune is being played on all radio stations I know of. With a fantastic beat in the background, this tune is certainly going to be a big hit amongst teenagers. Rating: **** Daniel Bedingfield and his Garage track 'Gotta Get Through This' stayed at number one for weeks and weeks on end. The song was originally an idea when Daniel was travelling on the train to meet someone and he saw a pretty girl who gave him a look and waved at him, she got on the next train and he never saw her again and from that day on he?s always had that wondering feeling inside him. The special effects used in this song will keep you up on your toes and dancing along to the loud pumping music all night. It dance hit made the UK Number one spot twice! Rating: ***** Aaliyah - 'More Than A Woman' was a good song to pick as Aaliyah's tribute song towards her death which occured last year. It was a shame that she hadn't of released any of her new music beforehand as her only song before that, that was really popular was 'Try again'. 'More than a woman' topped the chart in January 2002. The song has a really good rhythm to it, and the chorus is really catchy, so not before long, you'll be singing away! Rating: *** Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman done a duet called 'Somethin' Stupid' - a terrible cover version of what was an originally awesome song by Frank Sinatra and his daughter Nancy (1967). The two appeared on top of the pops, prancing around, gazing into each others eyes like a pair of lovesick teenagers, probably one of this album's worst let downs. I can't believe that the song was a Number One Christmas hit...and personally I think that Robbie has had better successes either on his own or with Kylie, and that Nicole should stay on the screens as an actress, instead of haunting us by making us
hear her voice. Rating: * R.Kelly sang 'The World's Greatest' as a tribute epic ballad towards the great boxing legend Muhammad Ali. It features in the film 'Ali' which stars actors such as Will Smith. This anthem is a fabulous follow up to his uplifting classic - 'I believe I can fly'. Rating: ** 'Have You Ever' in my opinion, is one of the best song's that S Club 7 have managed to produce. I am not really into them, as I think they appeal more to the extremely young generation (5-6 year olds), but as for a song, this wasn't too bad. It sounded pretty meaningful and was a slow song, instead of S Club's normal upbeat and party tunes. With great vocals from Jo, it just proves that however much you judge a band, until they release a single that you like, you won't of seen them in the same light. Rating: *** Britney Spears and a tune taken from her third self titled album, Overprotected' entered into the UK top 5 in January 2002. This isn't one of the best songs that she could of chosen to hit the charts with, I have heard the album and am looking forward to the other tracks being released sometime in the near future. I am not a massive fan of Britney's, especially since all of the hype in the news, such as that she isn't as perfect as everyone says and that her squeaky clean image is falling to bits. Rating: ** Sophie Ellis Bextor hit the charts again, after her amazing hit 'Groovejet' managed to stay at the number one spot for many weeks. The song which features on Now 51 is 'Murder On The Dancefloor' and is what one could class as a more 'sophisticated pop' entry. She has received a phenomenal reception from both fans and critics alike for her vocal roles. 'Murder On The Dancefloor' managed to hit the number two spot with the funky disco-inspired track taken from her album 'Read My Lips'. Rating: *
**** Kylie Minogue - 'In Your Eyes' was a fabulous follow up to her awesome hit single 'Can't get you out of my head' where Kylie sported gold hot pants which leaved little to the imagination, especially when National Newspapers caught a glimpse of her rear and thought it would make front page news. Kylie, who won two Brit awards in the 2001/2002 ceremony, stole the show when singing this fantastic song taken from her most recent album 'Fever'. Rating: ***** 'Point Of View' was produced by three producers from the Venice area of Italy, they call themselves 'DB Boulevard'. I haven't personally heard of them before playing through this album, but this track certainly stuck out when I heard it. Apparently DB Boulevard have been DJ-ing, remixing and producing individually since the early 1990's. 'Point Of View' featured vocals from 'Moony' who has previously worked with the likes of Spiller and Angel Moon. Rating: **** Lasgo are brilliant! It isn't often that you hear me say that, but their track titled 'Something' has such a catchy, dancy feel to it, that once I play it once, I have to play it again and again as it gets stuck in my mind. Lasgo are a dance trio who consist of two men and a women. They came up with the name 'Lasgo' because one of their favourite places in the world is Glasgow in Scotland, see the resemblance? The 20 year old Belgian beauty known as 'Evi' sings along with her childhood friends, Dave McCullen and Peter Luts. 'Something' has been a huge hit all over Europe, gaining Gold status in Belgium and invading the top tens of Spain, Germany, Holland and the Uk. Rating: ***** 'ResuRection' by PPK was definitely a good choice of song to put on this album. I absolutely love it, and like with DB Boulevard (mentioned above), I haven't heard of them before, and this track is likely to just be
a 'one hit wonder' but it would be great if they made a follow up. It is sort of like the music you enjoy listening to whilst driving your car down country lanes, the synthesiser, relaxing sort, yet still party type and the kind that you can dance to when clubbing. Their distinctive style is 'Russian Trace' because the duo come from Moscow themselves. PPK is made up of two men known as Alexander Polyakov and Sergey Pimenov who formed in 1997 and soon established themselves as musicians, promoters and performers, organising one of the biggest raves in a region of Southern Russia. Rating: ***** DJ Aligator who's real name is Ali Mosavat made 'The Whistle Song (Blow My Whistle Baby)' which is a great clubbing tune which makes clubbers wave their hands in the air and blow their whistles in time with the music. With a constant whistle throughout the song, it can get slightly annoying but you?ll soon get used to it. DJ Aliaator comes from Denmark and the track was released in January this year and made UK number five. Rating: ***** 'True Love Never Dies' sang and mixed by Flip and Fill feat. Kelly Llorena. Uk-based Flip and Fill have worked on many remixes for a host of artists including N-trance, S club 7 and Aurora. This catchy, boppy tune is bound to be a big hit for the summer. Rating: ***** Hear'Say with 'Everybody' should not of been included on this album, there is enough suffering in the world, without this trash. Not only have they managed to make one band member leave (Kym Marsh), but now they have replaced her for a man (Johnny Shentall) who used to dance for the band and they hope to continue singing, argh! The 'pop stars' Rating: * Allstars - 'The Land Of Make Believe' another horrible case of teeny boppers. This sounds like an old classic, the one by winner's 'Buck's Fizz' that was originally sang on the Eurovision song co
ntest in 1981. It is sort of catchy, but sounds a bit out-dated and needs a lot of improvement. Rating: ** Victoria Beckham singing 'A Mind Of Its Own', well there isn't much I can say about this, as Victoria Beckham is one of those singers I just can't stand. Ever since she turned into a twig, had a baby, married a footballer, split from the Spice Girls (in no particular order) she has been in and out of the papers more times than the royal family. I must admit that the song has funky lyrics and a soaring chorus, but her voice needs a lot more work doing to it, until she reaches the other spice girl's standards. This song gave Victoria one of the best chances to display her vocal versatility, but in my opinion, she didn't manage to display this very well. Rating: *** Steps 'Words Are Not Enough' was an excellent send off to the end of a great Abba like band. 'Words Are Not Enough' was taken from their album called 'Gold' which was a collection of their best and greatest hits. It was their 13th consecutive Top five hit and was produced as a double A side - 'Words Are Not Enough'/'I know him so well'. Steps were one of the most successful mixed British group of all time - second only to the Beatles. The band decided to quit whilst they were ahead and now Claire and H are a pop duo with a new song released called 'DJ'. Rating: *** 'Calling' is one of Geri Halliwell's best releases. Ex Spice girl reached number seven in the UK charts, although I am sure that if there was less competition she could of gone much further up the charts. 'Calling' is a gorgeous ballad. Every time I hear it, it reminds me of when I go on holiday and the sun is setting at about 8 or 9.00pm. It shines with sun-streaked melodies and bright vocals. The lyrics are very soft and floaty with a lovely rhythm alongside. (check out my Geri Halliwell - 'Scream if yo
u Wanna Go Faster' for more details on this single and her others). Rating: ***** Rik Waller sings 'I Will Always Love You' in a bid to reclaim his fame after all of the hassle he caused after appearing on the show 'Pop Idol'. He managed to go quite far with the auditions but then big Rik tried to gain a sympathy vote by making his weight and body an issue, as well as saying that he had a throat infection which prevented him from carrying on with the competition. He shocked the nation with his amazing vocal talents, but I wouldn't say that his single showed off his true talent. Rating: ** On CD two... Stereophonics cover version of 'Handbags & Gladrags' was better than the original in my opinion. It was originally a hit for Chris Farlowe back in 1967 (before I was even born). The Stereophonics spent an amazing 12 weeks in the UK top forty with their interpretation of the classic track. I think it is an excellent track even though it is different from the general genre of music I tend to listen to. Rating: **** Nickelback made the charts with their emotional rock song 'How You Remind Me'. In March 2002, they landed a grand position in the UK top five! This is quite good considering that the band have stated that the song was written at the last minute. Singer Chad Kroeger has a wonderful voice. and I?m sure he'll have a lot of great more songs to come in the future. Rating: ***** 'Movies' is an ace song made by Alien Ant Farm. Following their hugely popular cover version of Michael Jackson's 'Smooth Criminal' and taken from the album 'Anthology', 'Movies' is one of the good songs on this album. It is a combination of rock but yet it is still associated with pop. The lyrics are like a story when you listen to them. Rating: ***** Toronto's new band - Sum 41 feature on this album with their song 'In
Too Deep' . They describe themselves as 'seemingly uneducated, untalented and unattractive dorks from Canada' but from this song you can tell that they do have real talent, as most rock fans would agree. 'In Too Deep' was a follow up to their other sucess called 'Fat Lip'. Rating: ***** Puretone sing 'Addicted To Bass' which has been played so many times on all of the radio stations I know. One of the funny versions I heard on 95.8 Capital FM has to of been the 'Totally addicted to Plaice, fishy wishy' version. It's an old-skool dance theme influencing a showcase of vocal talents. It has an excellent bass heavy style to it, where Sydney based producer Josh Abrahams (also known as Puretone) worked hard to produce the special effects in this song. Rating: ***** 'AM To PM' by Christina Milian -is a classic example of young and new music. Raised in Waldorf, Maryland, Christina started singing at the age of thirteen. She id only 19 now, so she has a lot of singing time in her yet, and she has also appeared in the film 'American Pie' and in Jennifer Lopez's top five single 'Play'. This jazzy pop song is the sort where you expect a really good video, but the video to this song wasn't that outstanding. Rating: **** Ja Rule feat. Ashanti made a great track together called 'Always On Time'. There is sweet vocal talent from Ashanti, yet it is a mid tempo hip hop groove. Ja Rule certainly plans to impress the ladies, as demonstrated in this track as well as many of his other songs. Rating: ***** City High feat. Eve have done it again with their follow up named 'Caramel'. Their song before that entitled 'What would you do?' was just as good as this one. 'Caramel' has great lyrics and a fact you might not know is that one of the band member's (Ryan Toby) appeared in the Whoopi Goldberg film - Sister Act II. <
br>Rating: *** Beverley Knight lightens up the album with 'Shoulda Woulda Coulda'. After her break of about two and a half years, shes achieved some very good things, such as meeting Nelson Mandela, singing Happy Birthday to Muhammad Ali and collaborating with Jamiroquai's front man, Jay Kay. The song is really catchy and her voice is angelic. Rating: *** Samantha Mumba makes up for another cover version to feature on this album. 'Lately' can be interpreted as slow, yet it also relaxation music. It comes from her new film set to hit the big screen sometime soon named 'The time machine'. Rating: * Backstreet Boys song 'Drowning' is taken from the sixth Backstreet Boy?s album! Kevin, A.J, Howie, Brian and Nick produced this glorious epic love ballad which showcases the boys vocal stretch, as well as Kevin on the piano. Rating: ** The Queen of hip hop soul, Mary J. Blige appears on this album with her amazing chart success, 'Dance For Me'. She has had a ten year career in music so far and she has also appeared in the movie world in the Robert De Niro's 'Prision song'. Mary J. Blige has had so many hits, and she keeps coming back with better music each time, even though her old work is fantastic. Rating: *** Afroman's first single was 'Because I got high', but now he has matured and on this album 'Crazy Rap' is present. His real name is Joseph Foreman (quite plain compared to his music name). Crazy rap' has quite a good fast beat, as well as some lyrical groove. Rating: ** Princess Superstar is the girl who everyone loves to hate. 'Bad Babysitter' must be a song that no one likes, apart from me. It's been branded, annoying and the sort that you would expect from groups like 'Aqua'. New York's Princess Superstar is hailed as 'Genre bending, d.i.y hip hop fashionista'. With the chor
us stating 'I'm a bad babysitter, got my boyfriend in the shower, I'm earning six bucks an hour', the raunchy yet 'tarty' song is quite appealing to teenagers. Rating: ***** Platinum 45's feat. More Fire Crew are what I would call a copy of So Solid crew. 'Oi!' hasn't got much talent involved in it, it is just a lot of young yobs screaming 'Oi!' and making a tune out of it. They are a Garage cru, and my favourite genre is Garage, but this is more like Garbage! It is guaranteed to make your stereo boom, but only in the sense, that it will turn off when it hears the awful voices. Rating: ** Goldtrix Pts Andrea Brown singing 'It's Love (Trippin')' is a deep house cut that features the younger sister of Kathy Brown, Andrea. The track was originally made at the Miami conference when Andrea laid down vocals incorporating elements of Jill Scott's 'It's love', and then a house anthem was born. Rating: **** 'Lazy' by X-Press 2 feat. David Byrne is another one of my favourite tracks on the album! Its been nine whole years since X-Press 2 first burst onto the international club scene with 'Muzik Express' complete with the distinctive vocals of David Byrne. 'Lazy' has a great tune, as well as a dynamic video to go with it! The video makes me laugh as it is of a man sitting in a chair and above him are many chords he can pull such as breakfast, lunch, dinner, remote control for TV etc. and then because he is so lazy, he pulls them for each action he requires. Rating: ***** Jakatta's 'So Lonely' is a follow up to their other success known as 'American Dream'. A fact that you might not know is that Jakatta, known also by his stage name Joey Negro, gave the finishing touch to Take That's 'Relight my fire' and made it into a renowned disco tune. 'So Lonely' features vocal's of Shei
la Chandra. Rating: ***** The Chemical Brothers fourth album features 'Star Guitar' which also appears on this album. It has brilliant string backing and has a psychedelic touch to it. Rating: ** Lange feat. Skye produced 'Drifting Away' which is a dance music mix. Stuart Lange has been remixing dance music on a professional level since October 1997, but his musical career took off in 1999 with the release of club anthem 'follow me' and 'I believe'. Released in January 2002, 'Drifiting away' gave Lange his third solo hit! Rating: ***** 'I Don't Wanna Lose My Way' by Dreamcatcher features the fabulous vocal skills of twenty three year old Emma Finch-Turner and the production talents of 'Phreaqs' Paul Castle and Simon Langford. Emma trained as a soprano at Blackheath Conservatoire and has charmed audiences with her live performances. The song has a great array of echo's and special effects. Rating: ***** With 43 top hits, there is bound to be something that you like on there... check it out!
Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Enrique Iglesias - Hero
2 Blue - Fly By II
3 Ali G feat. Shaggy - Me Julie
4 Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta Get Through This
5 Aaliyah - More Than A Woman
6 Robbie Williams & Nicole Kidman - Somethin' Stupid
7 R.Kelly - The World's Greatest
8 S Club 7 - Have You Ever
9 Britney Spears - Overprotected
10 Sophie Ellis Bextor - Murder On The Dancefloor
11 Kylie Minogue - In Your Eyes
12 DB Boulevard - Point Of View
13 Lasgo - Something
14 PPK - ResuRection
15 DJ Aligator - The Whistle Song (Blow My Whistle Baby)
16 Flip & Fill feat. Kelly Llorena - True Love Never Dies
17 Hear'Say - Everybody
18 Allstars - The Land Of Make Believe
19 Victoria Beckham - A Mind Of Its Own
20 Steps - Words Are Not Enough
21 Geri Halliwell - Calling
Disc #2 Tracklisting
1 Stereophonics - Handbags & Gladrags
2 Nickelback - How You Remind Me
3 Alien Ant Farm - Movies
4 Sum 41 - In Too Deep
5 Puretone - Addicted To Bass
6 Christina Milian - AM To PM
7 Ja Rule feat. Ashanti- Always On Time
8 City High feat. Eve - Caramel
9 Beverley Knight - Shoulda Woulda Coulda
10 Samantha Mumba - Lately
11 Backstreet Boys - Drowning
12 Mary J. Blige - Dance For Me
13 Afroman - Crazy Rap
14 Princess Superstar - Bad Babysitter
15 Platinum 45's feat. More Fire Crew - Oi!
16 Goldtrix- It's Love (Trippin')
17 X-Press 2 feat. David Byrne - Lazy
18 Jakatta - So Lonely
19 The Chemical Brothers - Star Guitar
20 Lange feat. Skye - Drifting Away
21 Dreamcatcher - I Don't Wanna Lose My Way