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Quality rather than Pop Idols
on 11 August 2002
Okay so it may not have the biggest tracks of the last third of the year, notable missing people, include the Pop Idols, Eminem, Elvis, H & Claire, Mis-Teeq and Shakira.
Skip Ronan, and every track is fine on Disc 1, which includes many dance hits, Scooter, Flip & Fill and Moony are fantastic tracks and finishing up with the inspired cover of Mad'House and the surely an impossibility, S Club 7's "You" manages to be even more cheesy than "Reach".
Disc 2, although doesn't contain many big charting artists, you only need to look at the quality. The sultry Aaliyah, laid-back Reelists and the exquisite "Just A Little Girl" by Amy Studt, which is surely the best song on the album. Some indie music rounds it off including the low-charting but superb Doves track "Pounding". Well worth a buy and if you get Hits 53 as well, you've got everything.
My review of Now 51 was the most read, so thanks you guys.