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Now That's What I Call Music! 86 [Clean]
 
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Now That's What I Call Music! 86 [Clean]

18 Nov. 2013 | Format: MP3

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3:44
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2
4:16
30
3
2:58
30
4
3:51
30
5
4:06
30
6
2:28
30
7
2:45
30
8
3:51
30
9
3:47
30
10
3:20
30
11
4:31
30
12
3:10
30
13
3:45
30
14
3:32
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15
4:03
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3:23
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3:39
30
18
3:10
30
19
3:07
30
20
3:26
30
21
3:55
30
22
3:31
Disc 2
30
1
4:42
30
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3:25
30
3
3:52
30
4
3:10
30
5
3:41
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6
3:34
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4:40
30
8
2:28
30
9
3:32
30
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3:50
30
11
3:05
30
12
3:27
30
13
3:16
30
14
3:36
30
15
3:15
30
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3:29
30
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3:48
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18
3:12
30
19
3:45
30
20
3:35
30
21
3:41
30
22
3:32
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HISTORY:

Now That's What I Call Music! (1983–present) (often shortened to Now!) is a series of various artists compilation albums released in the United Kingdom and Ireland by EMI. Spinoff series were later introduced in South Africa (1984) and many other countries worldwide, including the United States in 1998, and Israel in 1999. Since its launch in the UK in 1983, the series has amassed over 100 million album sales worldwide, and each volume always debut at Number 1 on the UK album chart.

CONTENT:

Now That’s What I Call Music 86 was released in UK on November 18, 2013, and debut at Number 1 on the UK album compilation chart. Although a song listing is included on Amazon.ca, I have compiled a more detailed listing (with chart position in US & UK, with personal comments), which is as follows:

Disc 1:
01 Roar – Katy Perry (US 1/2013; UK 1/2013)
02 Counting Stars – OneRepublic (US 3/2013; UK 1/2013)
03 Talk Dirty – Jason Derulo, featuring 1 Chainz (US 102/2013; UK 1/2013)
04 We Can’t Stop – Miley Cyrus (US 2/2013; UK 1/2013)
05 Wake Me Up – Avicii (US 4/2013; UK 1/2013)
06 Look Right Through – Storm Queen (MK Vocal Edit)(UK 1/2013)
07 Animals – Martin Garrix (US 51/2013; UK 1/2013)
08 Burn – Ellie Goulding (US 13/2013; UK 1/2013)
09 Hold On, We’re Going Home – Drake, featuring Majid Jordan (US 4/2013; UK 4/2013)
10 You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You – James Arthur (UK 2/2013)*follow-up to his No. 1 hit Impossible
11 Do I Wanna Know?
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Like Now 84 and Now 85, Now 86 is also an amazing Now album. This album is better than Now 84 and Now 85, but not as good as last year's winter Now album, Now 83. It is the best Now album of 2013.

44 TOP CHART HITS

COMPACT DISC 1 Chart Peak Weeks On Chart

1.Katy Perry- Roar (1) 11 Weeks(Sep-Present)
2.OneRepublic- Counting Stars (1) 15 Weeks(Aug-Present)
3.Jason Derulo ft 2 Chainz- Talk Dirty (1) 9 Weeks(Sep-Present)
4.Miley Cyrus- We Can't Stop (1) 15 Weeks(Aug-Present)
5.Avicii- Wake Me Up (1) 18 Weeks(July-Present)
6.Storm Queen- Look Right Through (MK Radio Edit) (1) 2 Weeks(Nov-Present)
7.Martin Garrix- Animals (1) 1 Week(Nov-Present)
8.Ellie Goulding- Burn (1) 14 Weeks(Aug-Present)
9.Drake ft Majid Jordan- Hold On, We're Going Home (4) 15 Weeks(Aug-Present)
10.James Arthur- You're Nobody Til' Somebody Loves You (2) 4 Weeks(Oct-Present)
11.Arctic Monkeys- Do I Wanna Know? (11) 21 Weeks(June-Nov)
12.Lorde- Royals (1) 4 Weeks(Oct-Present)
13.Foxes- Youth (12) 3 Weeks(Nov-Present)
14.Lady Gaga- Applause (5) 14 Weeks(Aug-Present)
15.Bruno Mars- Gorilla (62) 2 Weeks(Nov-Present)
16.One Direction- Best Song Ever (2) 16 Weeks(July-Present)
17.Jessie J- It's My Party (3) 8 Weeks(Sep-Nov)
18.The Vamps- Can We Dance (2) 7 Weeks(Oct-Present)
19.Lawson- Juliet (3) 5 Weeks(Oct-Present)
20.The Wanted- Show Me Love(America) (8) 3 Weeks(Nov-Present)
21.James Blunt- Bonfire Heart (4) 6 Weeks(Oct-Present)
22.Lily Allen- Somewhere Only We Know (2) 1 Week(Nov-Present)

COMPACT DISC 2 Chart Peak Weeks On Chart

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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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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?
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