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Now That's What I Call No. 1's : Disc 3 (Various Artists)
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Now That's What I Call No. 1's : Disc 3
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Publisher:
EMI/Virgin TV
ISBN:
B000HXDHKK Book Cover Image
Edition:
2006
Classification:
MCD 003344
Detailed notes
    - Fantabulous three CD set featuring 60 #1 singles that have helped shape the Pop charts since the Now series started way back in the early '80s. Includes chart-topping tracks from The Police, Pussycat Dolls, Men At Work, Nelly Furtado, Wham!, All Saints, Foreigner, Christina Aguilera, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Oasis, R. Kelly, Billy Joel, Shaggy, Gorillaz, Pink, Robbie Williams, KC and The Sunshine Band and many more. EMI TV. 2006.
    - 1.(Is This The Way To) Amarillo with Tony Christie 2.Are You Ready For Love with Elton John 3.Crazy In Love with Beyonce, JayZ 4.Maneater with Nelly Furtado 5.Don't Cha with The Pussycat Dolls, Busta Rhymes 6.Smile with Lily Allen 7.Push The Button with Sugababes 8.Sound Of The Underground with Girls Aloud 9.Oops!... I Did It Again with Britney Spears 10.Dare with Gorillaz 11.Rock DJ with Robbie Williams 12.It Feels So Good with Sonique 13.Lady (Hear Me Tonight) with Modjo 14.Obviously with McFly 15.No Tomorrow with Orson 16.Crashed The Wedding with Busted 17.Just Like A Pill with P!nk 18.Never Be The Same Again with Melanie C, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes 19.Ghetto Gospel with 2Pac, Elton John 20.Leave Right Now with Will Young 21.You Raise Me Up with Westlife
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