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This review is from: Now That's What I Call Music! 74 (Audio CD)
The official track listing has just been announced by NOW...
Fight For This Love - Cheryl Cole
Haven't Met You Yet - Michael Buble
I Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas
Sexy Chick - David Guetta Featuring Akon
Bulletproof - La Roux
Break Your Heart - Taio Cruz
I Need You - N-Dubz
Whatcha Say - Jason Derulo
Down - Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne
To Love Again - Alesha Dixon
Oopsy Daisy - Chipmunk feat. Dayo Olatunji
Never Leave You - Tinchy Stryder feat. Amelle
Remedy - Little Boots
Boys And Girls - Pixie Lott
Left My Heart In Tokyo - Mini Viva
Sean Kingston Fire Burning
Hotel Room Service (Remix) - Pitbull feat. Nicole Scherzinger
Get Sexy - Sugababes
Forever Is Over - The Saturdays
I Got Soul - Young Soul Rebels
I Need You Now - Agnes
Beat Again - JLS
Paparazzi - Lady Gaga
Sweet Dreams - Beyoncé
She Wolf - Shakira
Run This Town - Jay-Z feat. Rihanna & Kanye West
Supernova - Mr Hudson feat. Kanye West
Bodies - Robbie Williams
Holiday - Dizzee Rascal
Ready For The Weekend - Calvin Harris
Million Dollar Bill (Frankie Knuckles Radio Mix) - Whitney Houston
Get Shaky - The Ian Carey Project
End Credits - Chase & Status
Sweet Disposition - The Temper Trap
Uprising - Muse
Just Say Yes - Snow Patrol
You've Got The Love - Florence + The Machine
22 - Lily Allen
Pencil Full Of Lead -Paolo Nutini
We Are Golden - MIKA
Good Girls Go Bad - Cobra Starship feat. Leighton Meester
Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons
The Day I Died - Just Jack
Outta Here - Esmée Denters
Ghosts 'n' Stuff - deadmau5 feat. Rob Swire
Judging by this track listing this is a very good CD indeed, surpassing both NOW 72 and NOW 73. Some great songs are however mysteriously absent like Alexandra Burke's "Bad Boys" (a travesty that this song isn't on it in my opinion!), Take That's top 10 "Said It All", Britney Spears' "3", Lady GaGa's "Love Game", JLS' "Everybody In Love", Leona Lewis' upcoming single "Happy", Kelly Clarkson's "Already Gone", Westlife's "What About Now", Pussycat Dolls' "Hush, Hush; Hush, Hush", and possibly others too.
I would still recommended this CD to everyone who wants to complete their NOW collection with this latest installment, or music fans who wants to own some of the most popular songs from the last 3-4 months. A piece of music history is captured, and I am sure will be cherished for a long time.
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Initial post: 8 Nov 2009 00:58:19 GMT
Chris Dilke Wing says:
I thought Muse couldn't appear on any NOW album for the same reason that Madonna has never appeared on one. Still if this tracklist is indeed true, it's great to finally have them feature in this series.
Posted on 1 Aug 2010 21:23:04 BDT
Mr Bowes says:
Down rating this review because true to form, you're still cutting & pasting from your previous 'Now' review. Each time you do this you only change the odd detail a few details, then sell it as a 'fresh' review.
Here's an example of you ripping your preview reviews off:
Now 73: "Judging by this track listing this is a very good CD indeed, surpassing NOW 72"
Now 74: "Judging by this track listing this is a very good CD indeed, surpassing both NOW 72 and NOW 73"
Now 75: "Judging by this track listing this is a very good CD indeed, surpassing NOW 74 easily"
Now 76: "Judging by this track listing this is a very good CD indeed, easily surpassing both NOW 74 and NOW 75"
So let me guess, Now 77 will surpass Now 76, right? You're a ******* fraud.
Anyone with a brain will realise that by doing this, you're not writing honest reviews. Evidently you're a 'positive feedback' whore, saying only what you think will bump you up the Reviewer Rankings. You must have really low self-esteem if this is the only way you can massage your ego. I pity you.
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