Now That's What I Call Music! 81 Compilation
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From Gotye's instant classic Somebody That I Used to Know, to the 2011 Christmas chart-topper Wherever You Are, CD 1 delivers an entertaining listen covering all grounds to please the most critical of pop music fans. Even with the debatable covers (Little Mix's Cannonball, Marcus Collins' Seven Nation Army) to the downright borderline annoying tracks (Rizzle Kicks' Mamma Do the Hump) can't stop the consistent offering this disc has to offer. Standout tracks range from the anthemic (David Guetta's Titanium, Florence + the Machine's Shake it Out) to the surprisingly melodic offering (Lana Del Ray's Prepare to Die) from what can be argued from the usual standard fare of the current pop scene.
Another tradition Now 81 breaks with 'Now' compilations is that Disc 2 usually sounds better then the first disc. That is not the case with this, probably because all the tracks are sandwiched between the occasionally annoying LMFAO track Sexy and I Know It, and Dappy's collaboration with Brian May- Really. Does May need to do this kind of work? - for Rockstar. There are some standout tracks in there, ranging from Avicii's excellent Levels, Lady Gaga' anthemic Marry the Night, to Swedish House Mafia catchy Antidote. But this disc suffers from a genre overload of dance, R'n'B, and rap. Now that the average music buyer do not mind hearing Alexandre Burke's Elephant amongst Lloyd's R'n'B-collaboration overload Dedicated to My Ex (Miss That), but die-hard music fans may not stomach such a miss-mash of sounds.
'Now 81' is surprisingly good, and deserves a listen to sample the contemporary pop scene, as well as causing a few debates along the way.
Although the album does not cover the greatest music period in recent times, nearly all the tracks you would expect are included this time. What more could you ask for ? In truth this is an absolute 'must have' for anyone wishing to keep their music collection up to date.
On the other hand, NOW 76,77,78,79 were all better. This is alrealy available at a cheaper price from some dealers, so shop around.
42 TOP CHART HITS
COMPACT DISC 1 Chart Peak Weeks On Chart
1.Gotye ft Kimbra- Somebody That I Used To Know (1) 13 Weeks(Jan-Present)
2.Coldplay- Paradise (1) 23 Weeks(Oct-Present)
3.Ed Sheeran- Lego House (5) 27 Weeks(Sep-Present)
4.Emeli Sande- Next To Me (2) 7 Weeks(Feb-Present)
5.Kelly Clarkson- Stronger(What Doesn't Kill You) (8) 13 Weeks(Jan-Present)
6.Jessie J- Domino (1) 15 Weeks(Dec-Present)
7.David Guetta ft Sia- Titanium (1) 17 Weeks(Aug-Present)
8.Flo Rida- Good Feeling (1) 20 Weeks(Nov-Present)
9.Katy Perry- The One That Got Away (18) 24 Weeks(Oct-Present)
10.Labrinth- Last Time (4) 2 Weeks(Mar-Present)
11.Rizzle Kicks- Mama Do The Hump (2) 18 Weeks(Dec-Present)
12.Olly Murs- Dance With Me Tonight (1) 19 Weeks(Nov-Present)
13.Pixie Lott- Kiss The Stars (8) 11 Weeks(Jan-Mar)
14.One Direction- One Thing (9) 11 Weeks(Jan-Present)
15.Marcus Collins- Seven Nation Army (9) 4 Weeks(Mar-Present)
16.Florence + The Machine- Shake It Out (12) 26 Weeks(Oct-Present)
17.Drake ft Rihanna- Take Care (9) 20 Weeks(Nov-Present)
18.Lana Del Rey- Born To Die (9) 10 Weeks(Jan-Present)
19.Little Mix- Cannonball (1) 8 Weeks(Dec-Feb)
20.JLS- Proud (6) 2 Weeks(Mar-Present)
21.Military Wives, Gareth Malone & The London
Metropolitan Orchestra- Wherever You Are (1) 8 Weeks(Dec-Feb)
COMPACT DISC 2 Chart Peak Weeks On Chart
1.LMFAO- Sexy And I Know It (5) 28 Weeks(July-Present)
2.Flo Rida ft Sia- Wild Ones (4) 10 Weeks(Jan-Present)
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