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  • Audio CD (21 July 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI/Virgin
  • ASIN: B0000A2ZV8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,851 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. R Kelly - Ignition - Remix
2. 50 Cent - In Da Club
3. Justin Timberlake - Cry Me A River
4. Wayne Wonder - No Letting Go
5. Javine - Real Things
6. Kym Marsh - Come On Over
7. Girls Aloud - No Good Advice
8. t.A.T.u. - Not Gonna Get Us
9. S Club 8 - Fool No More
10. Fast Food Rockers - The Fast Food Song
See all 23 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Robbie Williams - Come Undone
2. Busted - You Said No
3. Daniel Bedingfield - I Can't Read You
4. Amy Studt - Misfit
5. The Thrills - Big Sur
6. Coldplay - God Put A Smile On Your Face
7. Appleton - Everything Eventually
8. David Sneddon - Don't Let Go
9. Ronan Keating - The Long Goodbye
10. Darius - Incredible (What I Meant To Say)
See all 19 tracks on this disc

Product Description

2CD EMI, CD NOW 55, 2003, DBL 42 Track

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Musicfan83 on 14 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Now 55 features most of the top tunes from the year so far. As always featuring a mix of pop, hip-hop, rock, indie and dance.
Including no.1s from R Kelly, Tomcraft, and Top 10 tracks from Girls Aloud, Robbie Williams, Daniel Bedingfield, 50 cent and t.A.T.u.
CD 1 starts with some excellent tracks from Justin Timberlake and Javine but sadly seems to drown in mediocre dance tracks for the last half. CD 2 features more indie/rockier music to start, with Robbie's "Come undone" and Coldplay's sublime "God put a smile on your face" and ends with more pop tracks such as S Club's final song "Say goodbye".
The down side has to be the awful novelty track from The fast food Rockers.
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Now 55, if you cannot tell from the summer-themed cover, came out July 2003. However, about half of them came from 2002, if you did a bit of homework on Now 55's track listing. Therefore, you can guess people back in 2003 were enjoying plenty of stuff from the previous year, rather then the new releases from that year.
But when some of the releases from 2003 including material from Busted (the weakest track on Disc 2!) as well as the craptastic Fast Food Song from the Fast Food Rockers (the weakest track from Disc 1!) then you can see why people were enjoy material from 2002. This included material from the likes of Justin Timberlake (his excellent Cry Me a River), Jay-Z (a lovely gem called Excuse Me Miss), XTM & DJ Chucky (their excellent dance-collaboration with Annia called Fly on the Wings of Love) , Feeder (their classic anthem, Just the Way I'm Feeling), and Coldplay (their marvellous melody called God Put a Smile On Your Face).
However, in its defence, 2003's offering were good too, with Disc 1 featuring plenty of dance and R'n'B to keep most people happy. Although it is a bit unusual hearing the quirky gem that is Satisfaction, from Benny Biz Presents the Biz, with some of the overplayed R'n'B singles from that year. R Kelly's Ignition just sounds dodgy, and 50 Cent's In Da Club still makes those that were not into him, back in the day, still not interested in his material. Disc Two offers a surprisingly good mixture of pop, rock, and R'n'B. Haters of Darius, S Club, and solo Spice Girl work maybe surprised at how tolerable their stuff was, according to Now 55.
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So another holiday brings yet another CD of the music that has defined the current season.
Now 55 is so up to date it has music only just released, (e.g Javine- 'Real things') It begins with a funky remix of R Kelly's Ignition and is followed by the ever popular 'In Da Club' The first half of disk one unfortunately have the so called 'delights' of The Fast Food Rockers and One True Voice which could of course, be replaced by two much more decent songs.
Probably the highlight of disk one for dance fanatics is this summers anthem Benny Benassi pts. The Biz - 'Satisfaction' which could possibly make up for the mistakes made by the 'novelty' of The Fast Food Song.
Disk two could, perhaps, be more for those who like their guitars. It features The Thrills, Coldplay and Feeder. For lovers of the 'rock chick' scene there is the talented Amy Studt and Sinead Quinn. For the pop fans out there Busted features and there are some R'n'B and garage tracks to satisfy the fans of Ashanti and Jay-Z.
So if you're open minded and love music in all shapes and forms then I'd strongly recommend this to you. It's also perfect for a party where there isn't a DJ to vary the choons so check it out and chuck in on your CD player!
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By A Customer on 19 July 2003
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With all the compilations out these days it's hard to pick out the best ones, but NOW 55 is as good as any. CD 1 starts with R kellys' huge smash Ignition. A couple of recent RnB hits, and then we hit the 2nd half of the 1st cd with a decent amount of dance tracks. Not short of new tunes, including Deepest Blue, Tiga, Benny Benassi, Paul Van Dyke, and plummets stand out tune Damaged, but why do they all insist on putting Scooter on? CD 1 has a more 'summery' edge, compared to CD 2 which concentrates on a more mixed style, with again a mix of newer and slightly dated rock and pop. One huge dissapointment as far as i'm concerned is the absence of Evanesence, bring me to life, one of the best tracks so far of 2003? This would have fitted onto cd2 nicely. To sum Now 55 up then, a good selection of newer tracks and some of the larger tunes from earlier on in the year. What you'd expect really.
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The latest instalment of the Now Thats What I Call Music series is yet another collection of superb chart hits and... erm, a few crap ones.
There are some brilliant tunes here including number 1's from R Kelly, Busted and Tomcraft along with other top tunes from XTM, 50 Cent, Javine, Appleton, Sinead Quinn, The Thrills, Coldplay, Girls Aloud and Deepest Blue. Also featured is the 'must be' 2003 summer anthem from Benny Benassi - Satisfaction.
As with all Now compilations though you have a few tunes which are nothing but tripe eg. One True Voice, S Club 8, Ronan Keating, Darius and Paul Van Dyk.
That said, Now 55 is a splendid set which is an essential summer collection. Buy.
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