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Now That's What I Call Music! 86
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 25 February 2014
I was given this as a gift and I love it! Most of the songs are great and there's a good mix, but, as with any music compilation there are some less good songs. I would definitely recommend this!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 17 February 2014
Great to have all the latest hits on one cd, but why bother with the second cd, it's always boring and never is used?!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 25 February 2014
Pressie for daughter aged 11. We all been bopping since Christmas . Nice mix of tunes for all. Go for it
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Now That's What I Call Music! 86 or Now! 86 is a double-disc compilation album which was released in the United Kingdom on 18 November 2013.[1][2] It is the 86th edition of the UK Now! series and is available on CD and downloadable format.

Now 86 features ten songs which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart: "Roar", "Counting Stars", "Talk Dirty", "We Can't Stop", "Wake Me Up", "Look Right Through", "Animals", "Burn", "Royals" and "Somewhere Only We Know".

The version of will.i.am's song "Bang Bang" is a brand new mix featuring vocals from Leah McFall, previously unavailable on any format

No.

Title

Artist

Length

1.

"Roar"

Katy Perry

3:45

2.

"Counting Stars"

OneRepublic

4:16

3.

"Talk Dirty"

Jason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz

2:58

4.

"We Can't Stop"

Miley Cyrus

3:51

5.

"Wake Me Up"

Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc

4:06

6.

"Look Right Through" (MK Vocal Edit)

Storm Queen

2:28

7.

"Animals"

Martin Garrix

2:45

8.

"Burn"

Ellie Goulding

3:51

9.

"Hold On, We're Going Home"

Drake featuring Majid Jordan

3:47

10.

"You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You"

James Arthur

3:20

11.

"Do I Wanna Know?"

Arctic Monkeys

4:33

12.

"Royals"

Lorde

3:10

13.

"Youth"

Foxes

3:45

14.

"Applause"

Lady Gaga

3:32

15.

"Gorilla"

Bruno Mars

4:03

16.

"Best Song Ever"

One Direction

3:21

17.

"It's My Party"

Jessie J

3:39

18.

"Can We Dance"

The Vamps

3:10

19.

"Juliet"

Lawson

3:07

20.

"Show Me Love (America)"

The Wanted

3:26

21.

"Bonfire Heart"

James Blunt

3:55

22.

"Somewhere Only We Know"

Lily Allen

3:31

Total length:

1:18:17

CD 2[edit]

No.

Title

Artist

Length

1.

"Eat Sleep Rave Repeat" (Calvin Harris Remix)

Fatboy Slim & Riva Starr featuring Beardyman

4:42

2.

"Thinking About You"

Calvin Harris featuring Ayah Marar

3:25

3.

"You Make Me"

Avicii

3:51

4.

"Earthquake"

DJ Fresh vs. Diplo featuring Dominique Young Unique

3:09

5.

"Sonnentanz (Sun Don't Shine)"

Klangkarussell featuring Will Heard

3:41

6.

"Summertime Sadness" (Cedric Gervais Remix)

Lana Del Rey

3:34

7.

"Bang Bang"

will.i.am featuring Leah McFall

4:40

8.

"What I Might Do"

Ben Pearce

2:28

9.

"Count On Me"

Chase & Status featuring Moko

3:33

10.

"Children of the Sun"

Tinie Tempah featuring John Martin

3:50

11.

"Other Side of Love"

Sean Paul

3:05

12.

"R U Crazy"

Conor Maynard

3:27

13.

"Lifted"

Naughty Boy featuring Emeli Sandé

3:16

14.

"Lost Generation"

Rizzle Kicks

3:36

15.

"Boom Boom (Heartbeat)"

Ray Foxx featuring Rachel K Collier

3:14

16.

"Cheating"

John Newman

3:29

17.

"Big When I Was Little"

Eliza Doolittle

3:51

18.

"Disco Love"

The Saturdays

3:12

19.

"Afterglow"

Wilkinson

3:44

20.

"Booyah"

Showtek featuring We Are Loud & Sonny Wilson

3:35

21.

"Something Really Bad"

Dizzee Rascal featuring will.i.am

3:41

22.

"The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 29 January 2014
With thirty years of experience, I suppose Now have become the established compiler of UK chart hits. Not all of the hits have been in the top ten, which can be a bonus for a variety of reasons. It is unfair to judge this CD in relation to Now, as it only reflects what the public are buying. Unfortunately at the moment the choice of the people is not the same as me, so I can't give it five stars. I would always recommend their thrice-yearly compilations to be listened to at least once.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 16 February 2014
Great CD. Lots of brilliant music which appeals. 4 stars only as there are one or two songs that don't suit my style - even so very good.
These compilations are great value for money if you enjoy the majority of the songs. I think the 'cloud' is a great idea too. I can get the music on my phone and computer and have the Cd's permanently in my car. Couldn't be better.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 17 February 2014
brought this I love all the now music albums have collected them over the years, so added nicely to my collection
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on 4 January 2014
I am writing to warn parents that there is some highly inappropriate language on track 3 of CD1, which is of a sexually explicit nature. I came across this while listening to the CD in the car with my 9 year old daughter. As I realise a lot of parents don't listen to the CDs their children have they may not be aware of this. Anyway just wanted to let you all know.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 26 December 2013
I collect the Now series, although sometimes the songs are not quite to my liking but almost always contain the hits that are playing out there on the radio. Often Now will do a compilation that is pre-production and the pre-production Now 86 had better songs!!!
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on 19 January 2014
"Now" musical collections have been around for over thirty years. The collection includes recent hits and even some "new" songs which were just being released and in the charts leading to Christmas 2013. The collection opensd with one of the biggest anthems of the year "Roar" by Katy Perry, Avicii's "Wake me up" & "Burn" by Ellie Goulding. There are also two of the most original songs released in 2013 "Royals" by a 16 year New-Zealander called Lorde, and the popular "Counting stars" by One Republic. There is something for everyone, and one of the then current songs was the song used by John Lewis for their Christmas advertising campaign, Lily Allen's version of "Somewhere only we know"
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