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  • Audio CD (21 Mar. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Virgin/EMI/Universal
  • ASIN: B0007PL84K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,325 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Gwen Stefani - What You Waiting For?
2. Sunset Strippers - Falling Stars
3. Kylie Minogue - I Believe In You
4. McFly - All About You
5. Nelly feat. Tim McGraw - Over And Over
6. Lemar - If There’s Any Justice
7. Girls Aloud - I’ll Stand By You
8. Uniting Nations - Out Of Touch
9. Scissor Sisters - Filthy/Gorgeous
10. The Chemical Brothers - Galvanize
See all 22 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. U2 - Vertigo
2. The Killers - Somebody Told Me
3. Stereophonics - Dakota
4. Keane - This Is The Last Time
5. Bloc Party - So Here We Are
6. Athlete - Wires
7. Robbie Williams - Misunderstood
8. Ronan Keating feat. Yusuf Islam - Father And Son
9. Darius - Live Twice
10. Daniel Bedingfield - Wrap My Words Around You
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Product Description

Now That's What I Call Music! Vol 60 is another double-CD triumph compiling the best music from the UK pop charts. Featured here is the perfect-pop of Gwen Stefani's "What You Waiting For?", Sunset Strippers' "Falling Stars", Kylie Minogue's "I Believe In You" and McFly's No. 1 spot-hogging "All About You". Indie highlights include The Killers' "Somebody Told Me", Sereophonics' "Dakota", Keane's "This Is The Last Time", Bloc Party's "So Here We Are" and Athlete's "Wires". Now: 60 and still packing in the best chart hits, dancefloor fillers and indie anthems around. --Paul Eisinger

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 9 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
It's hard to believe that the Now series has been going for 22 years, but here it is once again with the kind of quality compilation we've come to expect from Ashley Abram and co.
When I first saw the tracklist, I was impressed with the quality and variety of music on offer here. Having given it two weeks' listening time, I can confirm it sounds as good as it looks! I also love the way the music is split down the middle: disc 1 for party moods, disc 2 for those heavier times.
All in all, Now 60 manages to deliver something for everyone (or everything for someone). A few of my personal favourite tracks are Uniting Nations' "Out Of Touch", Sunset Strippers' "Falling Stars", Chemical Brothers' "Galvanise" and the brilliant "Somebody Told Me" from The Killers. This is really amazing stuff, managing to thoroughly squash the competition. If you haven't already, GO BUY IT!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "bthebrit" on 3 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
The best of the best (although some may argue the worst of the worst) of the chart world arrives at us in the form of the 60th (has it really been around that long?) edition of the world-famous Now series and when its good, its very, very good but of course, when its bad...
cd 1 starts off with the spectacular (if slightly old) What You Waiting For by Gwen, Sunset Strippers' Falling Stars and Kylie's christmas no2 I Believe In You. No1's from Mcfly (the cheese-tastic Comic relief single All About You) and Nelly feat. Tim Mcgraw with Over And Over follow with other chart-toppers on the album from Ciara with the awful Goodies and Girls Aloud with the cringing I'll Stand By You. (what will the Pretenders say, let alone neighbours).
Top tracks from the likes of LL Cool j, Ashanti, The Lovefreekz, Soul Central, Scissor Sisters and Shapeshifters add to the overall decent quality of the opening disc with only Joss Stone, Verbalicious and Akon providing the unpleasantries (and i use that term loosely).
CD2 kicks off with the oldie- but-goodie Vertigo by the never-ending (and i mean that in a good way) u2, the brilliant (and argubly the best track on the complilation) Somebody Told Me by The Killers, Stereophonics' storming Dakota (their first and so far, only no1 - who'd have phunk it?), Keane and Bloc party. Athlete's first apperarance on the album, Wires, The Doves comeback single-of-sorts Black And White Town, The Bravery's Honest Mistake and Feeder's Tumble And Fall round off the highlights of the second disc - but marks off for pairing them alongside Atomic Kitten, Brian McFadden, and, god help us all, Darius - but hey who am i to argue when the first-week sales figures roll in?
Is This The Way To Amarillo brings an end to Easter 2005's annual pop conpendium with the best-selling single of the year and what a classic it is - so until next time, sha-la-la.. hmm on second thoughts maybe not.
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By Mr R Stephen on 21 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD
This is also a really good Now album.

43 TOP CHART HITS

COMPACT DISC 1 Chart Peak Weeks On Chart

1.Gwen Stefani- What You Waiting For? (4) 15 Weeks(Nov-May)
2.Sunset Strippers- Falling Stars (3) 13 Weeks(Mar-June)
3.Kylie Minogue- I Believe In You (2) 12 Weeks(Dec-Mar)
4.McFly- All About You (1) 14 Weeks(Mar-Nov)
5.Nelly ft Tim McGraw- Over And Over (1) 12 Weeks(Feb-May)
6.Lemar- If There's Any Justice (3) 16 Weeks(Nov-Mar)
7.Girls Aloud- I'll Stand By You (1) 14 Weeks(Nov-Feb)
8.Uniting Nations- Out Of Touch (7) 21 Weeks(Nov-May)
9.Scissor Sisters- Filthy/Gorgeous (5) 9 Weeks(Jan-Mar)
10.The Chemical Brothers- Galvinize (3) 16 Weeks(Jan-May)
11.LL Cool J ft 7 Aurelius- Hush (3) 10 Weeks(Feb-Apr)
12.Ashanti- Only U (2) 8 Weeks(Jan-Mar)
13.Ciara ft Petey Pablo- Goodies (1) 9 Weeks(Jan-Mar)
14.Akon- Locked Up (5) 13 Weeks(Feb-May)
15.Joss Stone- Spoiled (32) 2 Weeks(Mar-Apr)
16.Verbalicious- Don't Play Nice (11) 5 Weeks(Feb-Apr)
17.Shapeshifters- Back To Basics (10) 8 Weeks(Mar-May)
18.Geri- Ride It (4) 9 Weeks(Nov-Jan)
19.The Lovefreekz- Shine (6) 6 Weeks(Jan-Mar)
20.Reflekt ft Delline Bass-
Need To Feel Loved (14) 5 Weeks(Feb-Apr)
21.Soul Central ft Kathy Brown-
Strings Of Life(Stronger On My Own) (6) 7 Weeks(Jan-Mar)
22.Styles & Breeze- Heartbeatz (16) 4 Weeks(Mar-Apr)

COMPACT DISC 2 Chart Peak Weeks On Chart

1.U2- Vertigo (1) 13 Weeks(Nov-July)
2.The Killers- Somebody Told Me (3) 18 Weeks(Jan-Jan)
3.Stereophonics- Dakota (1) 23 Weeks(Mar-Nov)
4.Keane- This Is The Last Time (18) 6 Weeks(Nov-Jan)
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47 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Dobby on 12 Mar. 2005
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Now albums are a must-buy for me, and once again I'm not left disappointed.
McFly's big new track kicks things off, the first 10 tracks are overshadowed by Gwen Stefani's "What You Waiting For", a masterpiece of pop music. I also think they could have put the newer Girls Aloud track, the gritty disco of "Wake Me Up" is a lot better than the lame "I'll Stand By You". Dance tracks from the Uniting Nations, the all-conquering Scissor Sisters and the quite brilliant "Galvanise", follow, the album twists into American R&B or, as the cool kids say, "Crunk N' B" (This is apparently where you get drunk and crazy at the same time. Like brunch, but with more beats and less bacon). Ciara and LL Cool J pop up here, it is a blessing that the nauseating Usher is cast aside. The laudable Verbalicious, appears with a song I really shouldn't like, but can't help tapping my toes to, then whoops someone put Geri Halliwell on it. Quick slap to whoever thought of that but then a big hug, because that's the only blemish on the first CD.
The second CD is pure genius, the Killers' track "Somebody Told Me" is one of the main standouts, dramatic rock at its best. The return of a rather different sounding Stereophonics is also welcomed, some cool indie tracks follow before smoothly returning to the pop arena, including that daft track by Darius, which to be fair isn't all that bad. Daniel Bedingfield continues the family trend of being obsessed with literature (These Words, Unwritten, Wrap My Words Around You, I rest my briefcase). Usually CD2 contains all the failing pop bands, but instead we have new light Lucie Silvas, old hands, the Doves and the shockingly underrated Feeder. Atomic Kitten make an appearance, but as its their last, I shall let them off with a stern look.
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