- Audio CD (12 Aug. 2002)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Label: Bmg
- ASIN: B0000X10GK
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 179,195 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Hits 57: 40 Massive Chart Hits
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There are no surprises in this collaboration from the team at Sony/Warner/BMG. Plenty of dance and rap tracks, boy band stuff scattered throughout, retro rock from the Darkness and Muse, and wrinklies like Blondie and Bowie trying to recapture their lost genius.
Of course it works neither as a party album nor as one to listen to all the way through, but then what's the skip button for? The effort to include something for all tastes means that for most people these collections are good in parts, like the curate's egg, and for those who like to keep up to date without spending a fortune it's just the ticket.
They were really great at the start, with great, new songs, and loads of early releases to keep you listening to it for ages!
But these are getting worse by every release.
There are loads of old songs on here - OK there are a few new ones, thats why i gave it the two stars, but theres over 20 out-of-date old songs that most people are tired of now, so it is not really a CD you can listen to over and over again with!
It is a bit like now 56 with lots of similarities. It is not worth the money although there are some goodies EG : misteeq, shane richie and big brovaz are all new ones.
An average compilation, but i wouldn't recommend that you buy it.
1. Dido - White Flag (No2)
2. Blazin’ Squad - Flip Reverse (No2)
3. Kevin Lyttle - Turn Me On (No2)
4. Westlife - Mandy (No1)
5. P!nk - Trouble (No7)
6. Holly Valance - State Of Mind (No8)
7. Blu Cantrell feat. Sean Paul - Breathe (No1)
8. Hilary Duff - So Yesterday (No9)
9. Kings Of Leon - Molly’s Chamber (No23)
10. Funeral For A friend - Jeaneu (No19)
11. Cooper Temple Clause - Promises Promises (No19)
12. So Solid Crew - Broken Silence (No9)
13. Justin Timberlake - Cry Me A River (No2)
14. R. Kelly – Snake (No10)
15. Delta Goodrem – Innocent Eyes (No9)
16. Gareth Gates - Sunshine (No3)
17. Craig David – World Filled With love (No15)
18. Daniel Bedingfield - Never Gonna Leave Your Side (No1)
19. Kelly Rowland - Train On A Track (No20)
20. Outkast - Hey Ya (No4)
1. Shane Richie - I’m Your Man (No2)
2. Liberty X - Jumpin’ (No6)
3. Mis-teeq - Style (No13)
4. Robbie Williams- Something Beautiful (No3)
5. Lemar – 50/50 (No5)
6. Sean Paul - Like Glue (No3)
7. The Darkness - I Believe In A Thing Called Love (No2)
8. Muse - Time Is Running Out (No8)
9. Linus Loves feat. Sam Obernik - Stand Back (No31)
10. Ultrabeat - Pretty Green Eyes (No2)
11. Jason Nevins pts. UKNY feat. Holly James - I’m In Heaven (No9)
12. Angel City feat. Lara McAllen – Love Me Right (Oh Sheila) (No11)
13. Kosheen - All In My Head (No7)
14. Michael Woods - Solex (DIDN'T CHART)
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The Only problem with the album is some of the lesser known unsuccessful artists such as Misteeq and Funirel ForA Friend.
But overal this album has a bit of everything on it. Pop, Rock , Soul and Dance. So overall I would give it a 4 out of 5