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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 250 essential hits from the past 40 years on CD. The first of these is NOW That's What I Call 40 Years: Volume 1 - 1983-1993. Looking back at 10 years of huge Pop hits, this special edition 3CD is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging, including a 26-page booklet featuring a summary of the era, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, plus original singles and NOW artwork. 60 tracks that span the first 10 years of NOW That's What I Call Music! #releases, including tracks from all of the first 25 numbered NOW albums. Kicking off in 1983 with the year's biggest seller 'Karma Chameleon' from Culture Club and including some of the most popular hits of the 80s, including 'Radio Ga Ga' from Queen, UB40, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Paul McCartney, and Tina Turner with her signature song 'What's Love Got To Do With It'. 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go' - the first #1 for Wham! - is included alongside huge hits from Lionel Richie, Eurythmics, Bananarama, The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris, and 'Sledgehammer' from Peter Gabriel. The collaboration between Run DMC and Aerosmith plus giant rock hits from Bon Jovi and Europe are featured, along with #1s from Pet Shop Boys, Belinda Carlisle, Yazz & The Plastic Population, Marc Almond & Gene Pitney, Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler and dance classics from Inner City and Womack & Womack. As the 80s gave way to the 90s, Adamski & Seal's 'Killer' leads the #1s including classic tracks from Beats International, The Beautiful South, Elton John with 'Sacrifice', and the stunning version of the Prince-written 'Nothing Compares 2 U' from Sinéad O'Connor. Shakespears Sister, Tasmin Archer and Charles & Eddie hit #1 for the first time, and The KLF delivered a fantastic collaboration with Tammy Wynette. Duran Duran and New Order were both back in the Top 10 in 1993. A remix of Freddie Mercury's 'Living On My Own' saw him top the charts for the first time as a solo artist and the sophisticated pop of Sade's 'No Ordinary Love' closes this first volume of hits from NOW's first 40 Years. 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 250 essential hits from the past 40 years on CD. The first of these is NOW That's What I Call 40 Years: Volume 1 - 1983-1993. Looking back at 10 years of huge Pop hits, this special edition 3CD is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging, including a 26-page booklet featuring a summary of the era, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, plus original singles and NOW artwork. 60 tracks that span the first 10 years of NOW That's What I Call Music! #releases, including tracks from all of the first 25 numbered NOW albums. Kicking off in 1983 with the year's biggest seller 'Karma Chameleon' from Culture Club and including some of the most popular hits of the 80s, including 'Radio Ga Ga' from Queen, UB40, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Paul McCartney, and Tina Turner with her signature song 'What's Love Got To Do With It'. 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go' - the first #1 for Wham! - is included alongside huge hits from Lionel Richie, Eurythmics, Bananarama, The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris, and 'Sledgehammer' from Peter Gabriel. The collaboration between Run DMC and Aerosmith plus giant rock hits from Bon Jovi and Europe are featured, along with #1s from Pet Shop Boys, Belinda Carlisle, Yazz & The Plastic Population, Marc Almond & Gene Pitney, Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler and dance classics from Inner City and Womack & Womack. As the 80s gave way to the 90s, Adamski & Seal's 'Killer' leads the #1s including classic tracks from Beats International, The Beautiful South, Elton John with 'Sacrifice', and the stunning version of the Prince-written 'Nothing Compares 2 U' from Sinéad O'Connor. Shakespears Sister, Tasmin Archer and Charles & Eddie hit #1 for the first time, and The KLF delivered a fantastic collaboration with Tammy Wynette. Duran Duran and New Order were both back in the Top 10 in 1993. A remix of Freddie Mercury's 'Living On My Own' saw him top the charts for the first time as a solo artist and the sophisticated pop of Sade's 'No Ordinary Love' closes this first volume of hits from NOW's first 40 Years. 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 1 - 1983-1993
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1. Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
2. Ub40 - Red Red Wine
3. Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart
4. The Cure - the Lovecats
5. Queen - Radio Ga Ga
6. Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax
7. Nena - 99 Red Balloons
8. Paul McCartney - Pipes of Peace
9. Tina Turner - What's Love Got to Do with It
10. Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
11. Philip Oakey ; Giorgio Moroder - Together in Electric Dreams
12. Limahl - Never Ending Story
13. Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters
14. Lionel Richie - Hello
15. Sister Sledge - Frankie
16. Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me)
17. Eurythmics, Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart - There Must Be An Angel (Playing with My Heart)
18. Level 42 - Something About You
19. Bananarama - Venus
20. Billy Ocean - When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going
21. Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
22. The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris? - Don't Leave Me This Way
23. Run DMC Feat. Aerosmith - Walk This Way
24. Bon Jovi - Livin' on a Prayer
25. Europe - the Final Countdown
26. T'pau - China in Your Hand
27. Pet Shop Boys - Always on My Mind
28. Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is a Place on Earth
29. Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now
30. S'express - Theme from S-Express
31. Yazz ; the Plastic Population - the Only Way Is Up
32. Womack ; Womack - Teardrops
33. Kim Wilde - You Came
34. Robin Beck - First Time
35. Marc Almond ; Gene Pitney - Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart
36. Inner City - Good Life
37. Soul II Soul ; Caron Wheeler - Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)
38. Cliff Richard - I Just Don't Have the Heart
39. Debbie Harry - I Want That Man
40. Tears for Fears - Sowing the Seeds of Love
41. Adamski ; Seal - Killer
42. Beats International - Dub Be Good to Me
43. The Beautiful South - a Little Time
44. Roxette - It Must Have Been Love
45. Elton John - Sacrifice
46. Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
47. The Clash - Should I Stay or Should I Go
48. Scorpions - Wind of Change
49. Andrew Lloyd Webber ; Jason Donovan - Any Dream Will Do
50. Simply Red - Stars
51. Shakespears Sister - Stay
52. The KLF Feat. Tammy Wynette - Justified and Ancient
53. Snap! - Rhythm Is a Dancer
54. Charles ; Eddie - Would I Lie to You?
55. Tasmin Archer - Sleeping Satellite
56. Duran Duran - Ordinary World
57. West End Feat. Sybil - the Love I Lost
58. New Order - Regret
59. Freddie Mercury - Living on My Own
60. Sade - No Ordinary 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 250 essential hits from the past 40 years on CD. The first of these is NOW That's What I Call 40 Years: Volume 1 - 1983-1993. Looking back at 10 years of huge Pop hits, this special edition 3CD is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging, including a 26-page booklet featuring a summary of the era, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, plus original singles and NOW artwork. 60 tracks that span the first 10 years of NOW That's What I Call Music! #releases, including tracks from all of the first 25 numbered NOW albums. Kicking off in 1983 with the year's biggest seller 'Karma Chameleon' from Culture Club and including some of the most popular hits of the 80s, including 'Radio Ga Ga' from Queen, UB40, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Paul McCartney, and Tina Turner with her signature song 'What's Love Got To Do With It'. 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go' - the first #1 for Wham! - is included alongside huge hits from Lionel Richie, Eurythmics, Bananarama, The Communards with Sarah Jane Morris, and 'Sledgehammer' from Peter Gabriel. The collaboration between Run DMC and Aerosmith plus giant rock hits from Bon Jovi and Europe are featured, along with #1s from Pet Shop Boys, Belinda Carlisle, Yazz & The Plastic Population, Marc Almond & Gene Pitney, Soul II Soul & Caron Wheeler and dance classics from Inner City and Womack & Womack. As the 80s gave way to the 90s, Adamski & Seal's 'Killer' leads the #1s including classic tracks from Beats International, The Beautiful South, Elton John with 'Sacrifice', and the stunning version of the Prince-written 'Nothing Compares 2 U' from Sinéad O'Connor. Shakespears Sister, Tasmin Archer and Charles & Eddie hit #1 for the first time, and The KLF delivered a fantastic collaboration with Tammy Wynette. Duran Duran and New Order were both back in the Top 10 in 1993. A remix of Freddie Mercury's 'Living On My Own' saw him top the charts for the first time as a solo artist and the sophisticated pop of Sade's 'No Ordinary Love' closes this first volume of hits from NOW's first 40 Years. 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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