Now Millennium 2004-2005 / Various - Now Millennium 2004-2005 / Various - Special Edition

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Format: CD
Label: Universal Uk
Rel. Date: 03/08/2024
UPC: 196588539725

Now Millennium 2004-2005 / Various - Special Edition
Artist: Now Millennium 2004-2005 / Various
Format: CD

DISC: 1

1. Amazing - George Michael
2. Toxic - Britney Spears
3. I Believe in You - Kylie Minogue
4. Laura - Scissor Sisters
5. Radio - Robbie Williams
6. (Reach Up for the) Sunrise - Duran Duran
7. Left Outside Alone - Anastacia
8. These Words - Natasha Bedingfield
9. This Love - Maroon 5
10. Your Game - Will Young
11. Hey Ya! - Outkast
12. Milkshake - Kelis
13. Lola's Theme - the Shapeshifters
14. Take Me to the Clouds Above - LMC and U2
15. Call on Me - Eric Prydz
16. Dragostea Din Tei - O-Zone
17. This Is the World We Live in - Alcazar
18. Some Girls - Rachel Stevens
19. Babycakes - 3 of a Kind
20. I Don't Want You Back - Eamon
21. If There's Any Justice - Lemar
22. Mr. Brightside - the Killers
23. Somewhere Only We Know - Keane
24. Run - Snow Patrol
25. Gravity - Embrace
26. Leaving New York - R.E.M
27. Dry Your Eyes - the Streets
28. Oh What a World - Rufus Wainwright
29. Take the Box - Amy Winehouse
30. On My Knees - the 411
31. I Don't Wanna Know (Feat. Enya ; P. Diddy) - Mario Winans
32. Hey Mama - Black Eyed Peas
33. Woo Hoo - the 5.6.7.8's
34. Thunderbirds Are Go - Busted
35. Five Colours in Her Hair - McFly
36. Pieces of Me - Ashlee Simpson
37. Don't Tell Me - Avril Lavigne
38. Out of the Blue - Delta Goodrem
39. Caught in a Moment - Sugababes
40. Everytime - Britney Spears
41. I'll Stand By You - Girls Aloud
42. Speed of Sound - Coldplay
43. You're Beautiful - James Blunt
44. Bad Day - Daniel Powter
45. Dakota - Sterephonics
46. In the Morning - the Coral
47. Krafty - New Order
48. I've Got a Life - Eurythmics, Annie Lennox ; Dave Stewart
49. What Happens Tomorrow - Duran Duran
50. Tripping - Robbie Williams
51. Giving You Up - Kylie Minogue
52. Biology - Girls Aloud
53. Push the Button - Sugababes
54. Ooh la la - Goldfrapp
55. Suddenly I See - KT Tunstall
56. Shiver - Natalie Imbruglia
57. No Worries - Simon Webbe
58. Don't Love You No More (I'm Sorry) - Craig David
59. Caught Up - Usher
60. 1 Thing - Amerie
61. Don't Phunk with My Heart - Black Eyed Peas
62. Lonely - Akon
63. I Predict a Riot - Kaiser Chiefs
64. An Honest Mistake - the Bravery
65. Black and White Town - Doves
66. The Importance of Being Idle - Oasis
67. Since U Been Gone - Kelly Clarkson
68. Have a Nice Day - Bon Jovi
69. I Don't Want to Be - Gavin Degraw
70. California (Tchad Blake Mix) - Phantom Planet
71. Don't Cha - the Pussycat Dolls
72. Signs (Feat. Charlie Wilson ; Justin Timberlake) - Snoop Dogg
73. Candy Shop (Feat. Olivia) - 50 Cent
74. Goodies (Feat. Petey Pablo) - Clara
75. Let Me Love You - Mario
76. Ordinary People - John Legend
77. Electricity - Elton John
78. Other Side of the World - KT Tunstall
79. That's My Goal - Shayne Ward
80. You Raise Me Up - Westlife
81. All About You - McFly
82. (Is This the Way to) Amarillo? - Tony Christie
83. Axel F - Crazy Frog

More Info:

NOW is pleased to announce this addition in the Millennium series - 'NOW - Millennium 2004-2005'. 83 tracks across 4CDs, showcasing more unforgettable sounds of the 2000s, from two great years in music. This special edition 4CD set is housed in 'hard-back-book' packaging and includes a 28-page booklet featuring a summary of the year, a track-by-track guide, a quiz, and original singles artwork. CD1 begins with George Michael's top-5 smash 'Amazing', before Pop queens Britney Spears and Kylie Minogue feature with the sensational 'Toxic' and 'I Believe In You'. As well as co-writing the Kylie smash, Jake Shears along with his band The Scissor Sisters had a fantastic year in 2004 with their self-titled album, showcased on this release with their massive hit 'Laura'. Robbie Williams continued to enjoy massive success, Duran Duran returned and further cemented their legacy with '(Reach Up For The) Sunrise', plus Anastacia and Natasha Beddingfield both enjoyed huge hits with 'Left Outside Alone' and 'These Words'. Will Young's phenomenal achievements in 2003 spilled over into 2004 with the release of 'Your Game' and Maroon 5's 'This Love' ended up at #3 after their 2002 sleeper-hit album 'Songs About Jane' was re-released. Dancefloor favourites come in the form of legendary Hip-Hop/Pop from Outkast and Kelis, plus the Pop-Dance of The Shapeshifters, 'Call On Me' from Eric Prydz, and the fusion of LMC and U2. The disc cools down with the #1 from Eamon and the soulful vocals of Lemar. CD2 kicks off with the undisputed classic 'Mr. Brightside' from The Killers before featuring other fantastic bands; Keane, Snow Patrol, R.E.M. and The Streets - all here. 2004 was a stellar year for Pop singles, and included here - Sugababes, Girls Aloud, band rivals Busted and McFly, plus Ashlee Simpson and Avril Lavigne all experienced Chart success. CD3 begins by highlighting amazing song writing, including 'Speed Of Sound' from Coldplay, James Blunt's 'You're Beautiful', 'Bad Day' from Daniel Powter and the electrifying 'Dakota' from Stereophonics. New singles from New Order and Eurythmics come before Duran Duran, Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams all make their second appearance. KT Tunstall's massive 'Suddenly I See' leads to Chart favourites from Natalie Imbruglia and Simon Webbe. The huge 'Caught Up' from Usher and '1 Thing' from Amerie come before the banging-beat of The Black Eyed Peas' 'Don't Phunk With My Heart', and the disc closes with Akon's flagship #1 'Lonely'. CD4 leads with the irresistible 'I Predict A Riot' from the Kaiser Chiefs, followed by more great bands - The Bravery, Doves, Oasis and Bon Jovi all released unforgettable tracks in 2005. It was also the year that Kelly Clarkson's 'Since U Been Gone' dominated the Charts, as did the R&B/Hip-Hop/Pop hits of 'Don't Cha' from The Pussycat Dolls and 'Candy Shop' from 50 Cent and Olivia. Mario and John Legend proved that romance wasn't dead, and Elton John and Westlife released uplifting songs 'Electricity' and 'You Raise Me Up'. '(Is This The Way To) Amarillo' from Tony Christie charted in 2005 as the years Comic Relief track and the album ends with an early viral sensation - the undeniably catchy 'Axel F' from Crazy Frog.