This various artist CD is what all NOW CD's like it should be...different! This is probably my favorite of the Now series along with its follow up, Now 44. It's kind of old now, however it's a remedy to current chart toppers such as Atomic Kitten and Enrique Eglasias. This CD is a lot more dancey than most of the others, so in my mind it stands out. The first disc starts out with Martine McCutcheon, Shanks & Bigfoot and Vengaboys, which are good (and not too cheesy I might add) artists. It then moves onto a few party starting dance/hint of R&B tracks such as 'Turn Around' by Phats & Small and Red Alert (Basement Jaxx), rounding off with the mellow and sexy sounds of the Honeyz, Beverley Knight and Tina Cousins. The first disc is good, but the real treat is in CD2 which starts off with Baz Luhrmanns 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)' which is inspirational, spiritual and melodic. It then moves on to the sound of Texas, Wiseguys (remember the Budwiser advert?), Right Here Right Now by Fatboy Slim and the haunting sounds of Chicane & Marie Brennan. It rounds off on an indie feel with Stereophonics, Gomez, James and the beat box/mobile phone sound of Alice Deejay's 'Better Off Alone.My only regret is there is virtually no R&B. All in all you'll have to cast your mind back a teeny bit, but you will find yourself remembering the lyrics to each song as it all comes flooding back. A different kind of sound in the Now collection that should stand out and (hopefully) encourage you to say that not ALL compilation CD's are that bad.