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Now Thats What I Call Music

A concept originating in the ‘80s, the ‘Now That’s What I Call Music’ series puts together a collection of radio hits from various artists. Each CD contains a mix of chart-topping songs.

With album sales of over 100 million worldwide, this series is the most popular compilation of all time. Since 1983, each ‘Now That’s What I Call Music’ release has stuck to this format. Taste a slice of pop culture from a past time with these fun albums.

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About Now Thats What I Call Music

The very first Now That's What I Call Music! compilation album was released on audio cassette and vinyl way back in 1983. Featuring chart sensations such as Duran Duran, Culture Club and Phil Collins, this revolutionary and iconic album stayed at the number one album spot for 5 weeks. Today, the format is the same with the biggest names in pop, R&B, rock and dance music making the grade, and the Now That's What I Call Music! series is now as popular as it ever was. Whether you are into number one hits or hits that just touch the inside boundaries of the Top 40, there is something for everybody on these popular compilations. The perfect party album and collector's item in one Anybody looking for the perfect album to play in the car or take along to a party, will love the Now That's What I Call Music! albums. And for music aficionados who love a challenge, nothing can beat completing the set. You'll have your work cut out for you though. At the time of writing there were 86 compilation albums in the Now! series, but that's not all. You'll also find Now That's What I Call Christmas, Now That's What I Call The 80s, Now That's What I Call Club Hits and many more compilations available online. This exciting and popular compilation series shows no signs of stopping and if you are looking for the very latest chart hits on one double CD or MP3, the Now That's What I Call Music! albums will hit the spot.