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My problem is the reduction in the number of 'today's music' on the recent 'Now' compilations. Until `NOW 32', the 'NOW' compilations included 20 popular tracks - a 100% snapshot of 'today's music'. The new format (beginning with 'NOW 33') includes only 16 popular hits. In my opinion, the producers of the Now albums have messed up a winning formula!
On 'NOW 32' a 21st bonus track was added as 'What's Next ... that was fine!
From 'NOW 33' to `NOW 35', the format dubiously changed from 20 chart toppers to 16, with the last 4 tracks featuring 'upcoming artistes' as 'NOW What's Next' bonus tracks.
The (current) 'NOW 36' album has yet again just 16 chart toppers. Still tinkering with the formula for the 'NOW' album compilation - the 4 'bonus tracks' now comprise - 3 featuring 'upcoming artistes' and 1 as a 'NOW Flashback Bonus' - an Elvis Presley song. I love Elvis, but please 'NOW' editors, no oldies on an album of 'current music'!
Enough of the experimenting 'NOW' editors! Just listen to what we the 'NOW' buyers are saying!
You found the winning formula a long time ago ... on the 'NOW' 1 to 32 albums! It's that simple! Revert to the old format - a compilation of 20 chart toppers defining today's music ... not the music of tomorrow or yesterday!
I buy the 'NOW' compilation series to collect the hits from the current stars like Katy Perry, Usher, Daughtry, Ke$ha and Nelly. I simply want a 'NOW' album with 100% today's chart toppers! - no 'oldies' or 'maybes'!Read more ›
The continuing problem with the series at this point is the loss of four track slots for 'up and coming' artists--none of which has proved to become popular yet. And on top of that, they are now using only 3 tracks for the emerging artists and songs, and the final track is now a "flashback" track, in this situation, an Elvis track. Really? Is this really the proper use of a collection of current radio hits? It's just too out of place here, and personally, as a collector of all popular music since the beginning of the rock n roll era, I'm never going to find a 'flashback' track that I don't already have on CD. Instead of forcing an Elvis track onto a new millennium compilation, Now would be better of creating a new series called THEN that features all classic cuts from the earlier days of the rock n roll era...of course, that would be kind of pointless since there are already HUNDREDS of compilations that do just that.
DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love-#4
Take It Off-#8
If I Had You-#30
Just A Dream-#3
Memories-#62 (this week)
King Of Anything-#32
The Only Exception-#24/#23 Digital
Stuck Like Glue-#20/#2 Country (this week)
Maybe-#34 Pop/#28 Adult Pop (both this week)
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Has great songs, better than some of the newer ones. Also the CD is high quality materials.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this to listen to One Republic - Secretes. There were a few that were enjoyable & they were ok.Published 6 months ago by JAI
Great cd and had the songs on it my friend was looking for. I couldn't find this in the store, seems it's harder and harder to actually find a cd but this worked out good. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joann L.
something i can listen to when i can't get the radio stations to come in.Published 12 months ago by Elizabeth Roy
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Tracklisting for Now 36 revealed! (Source: bn.com)
1 Katy Perry -Teenage Dream
2 Usher - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love (Feat. Pitbull)
3 Ke$ha - Take It Off
4 Adam Lambert - If I Had You
5 Taio Cruz - Dynamite
6 Nelly - Just a Dream
7 Chris Brown - Deuces (Feat. Tyga & Kevin McCall)
8 B.O.B. -... Read More
Oct 6, 2010 by William Lam | See all 13 posts