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Vol. 70- Now That's What I Call Music

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UK version of the Now! Music series
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Take a chance for dance and trance

  • Sep 24, 2008
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This 2 CD compilation was released in July 2008, and contains some of the hottest hits of the time from the USA and Europe.

Disc one
1. American Boy - Estelle featuring Kanye West
Estelle is from the UK, and her specialty is hip hop. She has won several major awards, and has been nominated for an MTV Video Music Award in 2008. This is a dance track with a catchy beat.
2. Dance Wiv Me - Dizzie Rascal featuring Calvin Harris and Chrome.
Dizzie Rascal is a rapper from the UK. On this track he raps to a Dance/R&B beat. He raps with a noticeably British accent.
3. Singin' in the Rain - Mint Royale
UK Electronic group, with a remix of one of their songs from 2005. Samples the golden oldie
4. Black & Gold - Sam Sparro
An Australian singer/songwriter, based in the UK. This is a dance track.
5. Warwick Avenue - Duffy
Well known Welsh singer/songwriter. Like Norah Jones with the attitude of Amy Winehouse.
6. Love Song - Sara Bareilles
This American singer/songwriter has a number 1 Billboard pop hit with this song.
7. Sweet About Me - Gabriella Cilmi
Another Australian singer/songwriter, and this is her debut single. A little Katie Melua, and a little Kate Bush.
8. Closer - Ne-Yo
Multi-talented American performer. If you don't know this you haven't been listening.
9. Can't Speak French - Girls Aloud
British Reality TV girl group with a pop/dance track
10. In My Arms - Kylie Minogue
By now everybody knows this Aussie pop singer/songwriter, and this dance track
11. Denial - Sugababes
Extremely popular British pop group - dance track with a melodic chorus
12. S.O.S. - Jonas Brothers
If you don't know this, just ask any teenage girl for an update
13. 10,000 Nights - Alphabeat
Danish pop band - this is their second single, a Europop track (naturally)
14. That's Not My Name - The Ting Tings
English indie-pop duo with their #1 UK single
15. Always Where I Need to Be - The Kooks
English Indie-Rock band
16. Propane Nightmares - Pendulum
Australian rock group based in the UK - lots of bass and drums
17. I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance with You - Black Kids
American indie-pop band from Florida
18. Heartbeat - Scouting For Girls
British pop band, singing about heartbreak
19. Turn It Up - The Feeling
British pop band - nice piano melody
20. Cops & Robbers - The Hoosiers
Band with members from the UK and Sweden, UK based.
21. Have You Made Up Your Mind - Paul Weller
English singer/songwriter and former (founding) member of The Jam and The Style Council.
22. Violet Hill - Coldplay
No introduction needed.

Disc two
1. Take a Bow - Rihanna
No introduction needed
2. No Air - Jordin Sparks featuring Chris Brown
No introduction needed
3. Heartbreaker - will.i.am featuring Cheryl Cole
Multi-talented Jamaican/American performer with the second single from his album Songs About Girls
4. Love in This Club - Usher featuring Young Jeezy
No introduction needed
5. Touch My Body - Mariah Carey
Definitely no introduction needed
6. Better in Time - Leona Lewis
No introduction needed for Leona Lewis, and this is the third UK single from the album Spirit
7. With You - Chris Brown
No introduction needed
8. Stay with Me - Ironik
British DJ and musician. This track samples Westlife and Rozalla
9. I Can Be - Taio Cruz
Nigerian singer/songwriter based in the UK - mid-tempo jam
10. We Cry - The Script
Debut single from this Irish band - sounds like R&B/Pop
11. Break the Ice - Britney Spears
No introduction required
12. Scream - Timbaland featuring Keri Hilson & Nicole Scherzinger
No introduction required - fifth single from Shock Value
13. Low - Flo Rida featuring T-Pain
You KNOW you know this one - first single from the debut album Mail on Sunday
14. Wearing My Rolex - Wiley
British MC and record producer - dance track
15. You Wot! - DJ Q featuring MC Bonez
Electronica and House music
16. All I Ever Wanted - Basshunter
Swedish musician and DJ - Eurodance track
17. Jumping All Over The World - Scooter
My all time favorite German techno band with the title track of their 2007 album
18. Discolights - Ultrabeat vs Darren Styles
British production group specializing in dance and house music
19. Watch Out - Alex Gaudino featuring Shena Winchester
Italian DJ who likes lots of women in his videos
20. Cry For You - September
Swedish singer with her chart topping dance pop single
21. Toca's Miracle 2008 - Fragma
German dance music group with a remix of their 2000 UK hit song

Recommended for those who like dance, Eurodance, house and techno music and electronica, as well as pop music fans who don't mind crossing the pond and getting to the other side.

Amanda Richards

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