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  • Audio CD (April 3, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00005A7JC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,136 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Stronger - Britney Spears
2. Gotta Tell You - Samantha Mumba
3. Bye Bye Bye - *NSYNC
4. Around The World (La La La La La) - ATC
5. Love Don't Cost A Thing - Jennifer Lopez
6. Independent Woman Pt. 1 - Destiny's Child
7. It Wasn't Me - Shaggy
8. No More (Baby I'ma Do Right) - 3LW
9. Crazy - K-Ci & JoJo
10. I Wish - R. Kelly
11. Shape Of My Heart - Backstreet Boys
12. Crazy For This Girl - Evan & Jaron
13. Yellow - Coldplay
14. Again - Lenny Kravitz
15. With Arms Wide Open - Creed
16. Hemorrhage (In My Hands) - Fuel
17. Drive - Incubus
18. Beautiful Day - U2
19. AM Radio - Everclear

Editorial Reviews

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After the immediate success of its late-2000 Volume 5, which landed at No. 1 in Billboard, the Now That's What I Call Music! series of hit-single compilations isn't going away anytime soon. Like the previous disc, Now 6 is front-loaded with teen-pop and dance-floor faves and saves the big rock numbers (U2's Grammy winner "Beautiful Day" and Now mainstays Everclear's Jean Knight-biting "AM Radio" among them) for last. Its trademark game of catch-up for those whose receivers have been broken for the previous six months is augmented by the very current likes of Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me" and Coldplay's "Yellow." As usual, hardly anyone is going to love every track here. But as an aural snapshot of what's up in the mainstream pop world for its moment, no other collection can touch it. --Rickey Wright

Customer Reviews

It is a fun song to sing to and again it has a good beat to it.
"tina00"
And yes you do skip over songs but all in all NOW!6 is a worthy CD, NOW I cannot wait until NOW!
"toby-3196"
If you like popular music, then I definitely suggest you buy this CD.
Rebecca

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 3, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The sixth of this popular series got better than the last. Not all the tracks on this CD will please everyone, but people will find something they like. Unlike the last (5) which was heavy on pop and only had a few good rock songs, this one contains a wider spectrum of songs.
The first few tracks are pop (Britney Spears, Mumba, N'Sync, ATC, J.Lo), then it moves on to some R&B/Hip-Hop (DC, Shaggy, 3LW, K-Ci & JoJo, & R. Kelly), then there are two extra pop songs (by BSB & E&J). Before the CD ends (with 7 tracks to go) the scene moves to rock, including British chart-toppers, Coldplay, new Pennsylvanian group, Fuel, and the group which was very popular rock band around December last year, Creed (also includes Incubus, U2, & Everclear).
This is the kind of record which you buy if you don't feel like buying one CD for a few songs you like or if you don't know anything about new music and want to buy a teenage relative something.
In all, this CD gives a good snapshot of American pop culture between about November 2000 to March 2001.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "mister_music" on June 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Now 6 is definetely the best CD in the Now series yet! I love it! Most of the songs are really good. I love ATC's "Around The World", as well as K-Ci & JoJo's "Crazy" because they have great lyrics and music. I also like Jennifer Lopez's song,, as well as Coldplay's and Destiny's Child's "Independent Women Part I", which is really good. Samantha Mumba has absolutely got potential, and I really like Incubus' "Drive", because I love the lyrics a lot. But my 3 favorite songs are as follows: 3) Fuel's "Hemorrhage (In My Hands), because the lyrics rock as does the music. 2) 3LW's "No More" because it is just a great song! But number 1 is Crazy For This Girl by Evan and Jaron, because it has awesome lyrics, awesome music, an awesome beat, and Evan and Jaron have got GREAT singing voices!
But there's a downside...'NSYNC's song, even if it's good, is VERY old (1 year and 2 months old when this was released!), some might find Shaggy's song inappropriate (but I still like it), and I HATE Creed's "With Arms Wide Open", mainly because of bad lyrics, scratchy voices, and horrid music! All the other songs not mentioned here are good.
Still, the upside makes up for the downside very well, and it's a great album for the pop listener, and I highly recommend this, as well as all other Now albums (except Now 3.) I love this album, and I can't wait for Now 7!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ehestia@hotmail.com on April 4, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The concept of this CD might appeal to people with no particular interest in a specific music style; it has all the chart-toppers and popular songs, but there is no connection between the songs and you end up feeling you are listening to the radio. The first 12 tracks are popular songs including Billboard #1 Hits from previous months; and I have the feeling the other 7 have been added to this compilation to give a more sophisticated look. I think it's pretty hard to recommend a song (depending on your taste you probably will like couple of them anyway!), this CD is definetely worth the money though.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "tina00" on June 14, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This Cd is great. I love it. All the songs r good. When u look at the name of some of the songs and the artist u think I don't want to listen to that song, but then when u lisen to it u go oh ya I no this song. That's what it is like for at least 2 songs on this cd. Track 1 - Stronger - Britney Spears, This song u probably heard before on the radio or something. This song is pretty good consitering it is sung my Britney. It is a song that keeps u awake if u r about to fall asleep, in other words it loud at some parts, but not as loud as some songs. Track 2 - Gotta Tell You - Samantha Mumba, I love this song. It's one of my favorite on the whole cd. It's kinda wierd in the begining but when u get to the chours part it, to me, is the one of the best songs ever. Track 3 - Bye Bye Bye - *Nsync, Everyone has probably heard this song so I am not going to tell to much about it. U probably heard it so much on the radio and stuff that it is now boring, Well that's how I feel about it. Track 4 - Around The World - ATC, This is the La La La song. I know it sounds sort-of wierd but it is great when u get into it. It's really kinda cool how people can take the simple words, La La La, and make a song out of it. It of corse is easy to sing to because most of the song there singing La La. Track 5 - Love Don't Cost A Thing - Jennifer Lopez, This is a great song that has a good beat. I didn't think I would like a Jennifer Lopez song, but I like this one. It is a fun song to sing to and again it has a good beat to it. Track 6 - Independent Women Part 1 - Destiny's Child, This song is from the movie Charles Angles and says that in some parts of the song. It is a good song. This song is not as easy to sing to because Destiny's Child sings pretty fast.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Damian Gunn on July 17, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Everclear gives us pop and Backstreet doesn't suck...it's all here on the next in the 'Now!' series, yet another album full of songs you've already heard 100 times and yet for some reason decided to subject yourself again. Yes, it's true no matter what you say, that this is as guilty a pleasure as they come, for you're buying an album full of the same songs that, had they come on the radio, you'd turn off in a heartbeat with most likely a disgusted face and a remark like "not this crap again" or "I just heard this song."

Fast forward to now. Today you buy this album, or if you already own it you put it in your CD player and you enjoy yourself because these are no longer the songs you hate to hear but the songs you long to hear for they remind you of your yesteryears...and that's why the 'Now!' series is so entertaining...because while it may not have seemed it in 1999, this album has staying power.

So this time Britney starts things off, and while 'Stronger' isn't by any means a 'strong' song it's not as horrid as 'Lucky' was and is a decent listen. Samantha Mumba, another one hit wonder, offers us a taste of something good on 'Gotta Tell You' and of course N'Sync rock with 'Bye Bye Bye' which, I don't care who you are you have to love!

There are some blah tracks like ATC's 'Around the World' and the horrid Destiny's Child 'Independant Woman Pt. 1' but their made up for by Shaggy's 'It Wasn't Me' and R. Kelly's 'I Wish'. I'm also a huge 3LW fan and just love 'No More' while I could live without 'Love Don't Cost a Thing' while it doesn't make me skip the track. K-Ci & JoJo make a comeback with the 'Save the Last Dance' anthum 'Crazy' and they score...I mean as much as I try to hate this song I just can't (maybe cuz I love the movie so much).
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