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NOW That's What I Call Music! Is excited to celebrate our 40th anniversary, and we are proud to present four very special collector's editions that together present 175 essential hits from the past 40 years on vinyl... The third of these is NOW That's What I Call 40 Years: Volume 3 - 2003-2013. Looking back at 10 years of huge Pop hits, this 3LP is pressed on beautiful blue vinyl in a stunning tri-fold sleeve that includes a track-by-track guide and original singles and NOW artwork. 43 tracks that span 10 years of NOW releases, including tracks from all of the numbered NOW That's What I Call Music! #albums from NOW 55 to NOW 85. LP1 kicks off with 50 Cent's Rap Classic and 2003's biggest single in the U. S. 'In Da Club', followed by pop gold from Sugababes, Will Young and Maroon 5, plus R&B/Pop crossover smashes from Justin Timberlake and Outkast. The mid-noughties saw first #1s from James Blunt, Stereophonics, Scissor Sisters, and Gnarls Barkley, whose #1 'Crazy' in 2006 became not only that year's best seller, but also the first single to reach #1 on download only sales. Leona Lewis won the TV talent show 'The X-Factor' and enjoyed a massive #1 with 'Bleeding Love', and JLS and One Direction also went on to huge success - all feature on this collection. Pop royalty Take That returned, and Amy Winehouse and Duffy emerged, achieving huge album sales. Coldplay hit #1 with 'Viva La Vida', and LP2 further features The Black Eyed Peas, La Roux, and Lady Gaga with electro-dance pop floor-fillers. Bruno Mars enjoyed his first #1 with B. o. B on 'Nothin' On You'. As the 'Tens' decade got underway, Katy Perry, Jessie J, and Jennifer Lopez all released massive pop tracks to great success and open the third LP. Lana Del Rey released the defining 'Video Games' in 2011 and is featured along with the stunning 'Jar Of Hearts' by Christina Perri. Fabulous collaborations follow from David Guetta feat. Sia, Fun. feat. Janelle Monáe, and will. i. am & Britney Spears... plus Florence + The Machine who reached #1 with a fantastic Calvin Harris remix of their track 'Spectrum (Say My Name)'. The volume closes with 'Pompeii' - the first Top 3 single for Bastille - and 'Another Love' by Tom Odell - a single that would become enduringly popular and return to the Top 10 nine years later. NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - celebrating NOW's legacy with Massive Pop Hits from the past 40 years.
NOW That's What I Call Music! Is excited to celebrate our 40th anniversary, and we are proud to present four very special collector's editions that together present 175 essential hits from the past 40 years on vinyl... The third of these is NOW That's What I Call 40 Years: Volume 3 - 2003-2013. Looking back at 10 years of huge Pop hits, this 3LP is pressed on beautiful blue vinyl in a stunning tri-fold sleeve that includes a track-by-track guide and original singles and NOW artwork. 43 tracks that span 10 years of NOW releases, including tracks from all of the numbered NOW That's What I Call Music! #albums from NOW 55 to NOW 85. LP1 kicks off with 50 Cent's Rap Classic and 2003's biggest single in the U. S. 'In Da Club', followed by pop gold from Sugababes, Will Young and Maroon 5, plus R&B/Pop crossover smashes from Justin Timberlake and Outkast. The mid-noughties saw first #1s from James Blunt, Stereophonics, Scissor Sisters, and Gnarls Barkley, whose #1 'Crazy' in 2006 became not only that year's best seller, but also the first single to reach #1 on download only sales. Leona Lewis won the TV talent show 'The X-Factor' and enjoyed a massive #1 with 'Bleeding Love', and JLS and One Direction also went on to huge success - all feature on this collection. Pop royalty Take That returned, and Amy Winehouse and Duffy emerged, achieving huge album sales. Coldplay hit #1 with 'Viva La Vida', and LP2 further features The Black Eyed Peas, La Roux, and Lady Gaga with electro-dance pop floor-fillers. Bruno Mars enjoyed his first #1 with B. o. B on 'Nothin' On You'. As the 'Tens' decade got underway, Katy Perry, Jessie J, and Jennifer Lopez all released massive pop tracks to great success and open the third LP. Lana Del Rey released the defining 'Video Games' in 2011 and is featured along with the stunning 'Jar Of Hearts' by Christina Perri. Fabulous collaborations follow from David Guetta feat. Sia, Fun. feat. Janelle Monáe, and will. i. am & Britney Spears... plus Florence + The Machine who reached #1 with a fantastic Calvin Harris remix of their track 'Spectrum (Say My Name)'. The volume closes with 'Pompeii' - the first Top 3 single for Bastille - and 'Another Love' by Tom Odell - a single that would become enduringly popular and return to the Top 10 nine years later. NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - celebrating NOW's legacy with Massive Pop Hits from the past 40 years.
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Now That's What I Call 40 Years: Vol 3 - 2003-2013 - Now That's What I Call 40 Years: Vol 3 - 2003-2013

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Format: Vinyl
Label: UNIVERSAL UK
Rel. Date: 12/01/2023
UPC: 196588359118

Now That's What I Call 40 Years: Vol 3 - 2003-2013
Artist: Now That's What I Call 40 Years: Vol 3 - 2003-2013
Format: Vinyl
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1. 50 Cent - in Da Club
2. Justin Timberlake - Cry Me a River
3. Sugababes - Hole in the Head
4. Will Young - Leave Right Now
5. Outkast - Hey Ya!
6. Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved
7. Stereophonics - Dakota
8. James Blunt - You're Beautiful
9. Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone
10. Corinne Bailey Rae - Put Your Records on
11. Gnarls Barkley - Crazy
12. Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
13. Mika - Grace Kelly
14. Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
15. Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love
16. Take That - Rule the World
17. Duffy - Mercy
18. Sam Sparro - Black ; Gold
19. P!NK - So What
20. Coldplay - Viva la Vida
21. The Killers - Human
22. Pixie Lott - Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)
23. The Black Eyed Peas - I Gotta Feeling
24. La Roux - Bulletproof
25. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
26. JLS - the Club Is Alive
27. B.O.B Feat. Bruno Mars - Nothin' on You
28. Ceelo Green - Forget You
29. Flo Rida Feat. David Guetta - Club Can't Handle Me
30. Katy Perry - Firework
31. Jessie J - Price Tag
32. Jennifer Lopez - on the Floor
33. Christina Perri - Jar of Hearts
34. Lana Del Rey - Video Games
35. One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful
36. David Guetta Feat. Sia - Titanium
37. Fun. Feat. Janelle Monáe - We Are Young
38. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe
39. Psy - Gangnam Style (?????)
40. Florence + the Machine - Spectrum (Say My Name) (Calvin Harris Remix)
41. Will. I. Am ; Britney Spears - Scream ; Shout
42. Bastille - Pompeii
43. Tom Odell - Another Love

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NOW That's What I Call Music! Is excited to celebrate our 40th anniversary, and we are proud to present four very special collector's editions that together present 175 essential hits from the past 40 years on vinyl... The third of these is NOW That's What I Call 40 Years: Volume 3 - 2003-2013. Looking back at 10 years of huge Pop hits, this 3LP is pressed on beautiful blue vinyl in a stunning tri-fold sleeve that includes a track-by-track guide and original singles and NOW artwork. 43 tracks that span 10 years of NOW releases, including tracks from all of the numbered NOW That's What I Call Music! #albums from NOW 55 to NOW 85. LP1 kicks off with 50 Cent's Rap Classic and 2003's biggest single in the U. S. 'In Da Club', followed by pop gold from Sugababes, Will Young and Maroon 5, plus R&B/Pop crossover smashes from Justin Timberlake and Outkast. The mid-noughties saw first #1s from James Blunt, Stereophonics, Scissor Sisters, and Gnarls Barkley, whose #1 'Crazy' in 2006 became not only that year's best seller, but also the first single to reach #1 on download only sales. Leona Lewis won the TV talent show 'The X-Factor' and enjoyed a massive #1 with 'Bleeding Love', and JLS and One Direction also went on to huge success - all feature on this collection. Pop royalty Take That returned, and Amy Winehouse and Duffy emerged, achieving huge album sales. Coldplay hit #1 with 'Viva La Vida', and LP2 further features The Black Eyed Peas, La Roux, and Lady Gaga with electro-dance pop floor-fillers. Bruno Mars enjoyed his first #1 with B. o. B on 'Nothin' On You'. As the 'Tens' decade got underway, Katy Perry, Jessie J, and Jennifer Lopez all released massive pop tracks to great success and open the third LP. Lana Del Rey released the defining 'Video Games' in 2011 and is featured along with the stunning 'Jar Of Hearts' by Christina Perri. Fabulous collaborations follow from David Guetta feat. Sia, Fun. feat. Janelle Monáe, and will. i. am & Britney Spears... plus Florence + The Machine who reached #1 with a fantastic Calvin Harris remix of their track 'Spectrum (Say My Name)'. The volume closes with 'Pompeii' - the first Top 3 single for Bastille - and 'Another Love' by Tom Odell - a single that would become enduringly popular and return to the Top 10 nine years later. NOW That's What I Call 40 Years - celebrating NOW's legacy with Massive Pop Hits from the past 40 years.
        
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