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  • Audio CD (March 19, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Utv Records
  • ASIN: B00005YWFF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,777 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Get The Party Started (Sweet Dreams Mix) - Pink
2. I'm A Slave 4 U - Britney Spears
3. Family Affair - Mary J. Blige
4. Whenever, Wherever - Shakira
5. Ain't It Funny - Jennifer Lopez
6. Livin' It Up - Ja Rule
7. Roll Out (My Business) - Ludacris
8. Lights, Camera, Action - Mr. Cheeks
9. Raise Up (All Cities Remix) - Petey Pablo
10. Caramel (Trackmasters Remix) - City High
11. Turn Off The Light - Nelly Furtado
12. Gone - *Nsync
13. Emotion - Destiny's Child
14. Differences - Ginuwine
15. Drowning - Backstreet Boys
16. Stuck In A Moment - U2
17. Just Push Play - Aerosmith
18. Dig In - Lenny Kravitz
19. I Wish You Were Here - Incubus
20. Giving In - Adema

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Now ~ Now That's What I Call Music! 9

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By now it's safe to surmise that as long as there are hits, there'll be Now That's What I Call Music! compilations. The ninth collection in the ultra-successful series serves up pure pop, mainstream R&B, and radio-ready rock in a vibrant, smartly sequenced mix. Here those who're likely just passing through the charts on their way to obscurity rub shoulders with transcendent talents on the level of Mary J. Blige and U2. But that's part of the charm of these sets. Who knows where Petey Pablo will be in five years, but it's safe to say his rambunctious "Raise Up" will still be transporting fans back to 2001 years from now. And it's a fair guess that plenty of those fans will be listening to it as it appears between tracks by Mr. Cheeks and City High on their copy of this 20-track time capsule. --W.C. Sweeney

Customer Reviews

One of the best in the years I have listened to it.
D. Chaloux
4.5/5 Stars 4. "Whenever, Wherever"- Shakira: This is probably one of the best songs on the whole CD becuase I love the lyrics and Shakira.
Erin Jackson
PEOPLE...I would say the cd is aight but they need to put the J.Lo- Ain't It Funny (REMIX), the original version of the song just straight up blows.
Alan

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68 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Nick on March 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
To see if these songs are chart-topping hits as they claim to be, i compiled a list of the songs and their peak position on the Hot 100 billboard chart:
1. Get The Party Started (Sweet Dreams Mix) - Pink---#4
2. I'm A Slave 4 U - Britney Spears----#27
3. Family Affair - Mary J. Blige-----#1 (6 wks)
4. Whenever, Wherever - Shakira----#6
5. Ain't It Funny - Jennifer Lopez----#1 (5 wks to date)
6. Livin' It Up - Ja Rule-----#6
7. Roll Out (My Business) - Ludacris----#17
8. Lights, Camera, Action - Mr. Cheeks----#16
9. Raise Up (All Cities Remix) - Petey Pablo-----#22
10. Caramel (Trackmasters Remix) - City High-----#18
11. Turn Off The Light - Nelly Furtado-----#5
12. Gone - *Nsync-------#11
13. Emotion - Destiny's Child-----#10
14. Differences - Ginuwine----#4
15. Drowning - Backstreet Boys------#31
16. Stuck In A Moment - U2------#52
17. Just Push Play - Aerosmith-----DID NOT CHART
18. Dig In - Lenny Kravitz-----#31
19. I Wish You Were Here - Incubus------#72
20. Giving In - Adema ----DID NOT CHART
hope this was helpful !
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Will on March 19, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I Skipped reviewing Now! 8 because it wasn't worth reviewing, but I will review Now! 9, and this album is back in this lines of the NOW! series numbers, 4, 5, 6 and 7, the albums I consider to be the best ones in the series, and Now! 9, is right there. There are alot of surprising picks for songs on 9, like "Whenever, Wherever"(Shakira, which I am glad is on here)(Track 4), "Family Affair"(Mary J. Blige, another good one)(Track 3), "Aint It Funny"(Jennifer Lopez)(Track 5), "Stuck In A Moment..."(U2)(Track 16) and "Just Push Play"(Aerosmith)(Track 17). The only track I am not sure of is Track 20 by Adema "Giving In", I'm not sure if I like it or not. This Now album will get alot of use. Even songs like "Livin' It Up" (Track 6, by Ja Rule) and "Rollout"(Track 8 ,by Ludacris) are also good choices. This album gets a A-. Here are some choices for NOW! 10, which is next, Leann Rimes, "Can't Fight The Moonlight", Kylie Minogue's "Cant Get You Out Of My Head" and Brandy's "What About Us?". Now! 9 is a good buy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By GMac on October 18, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Call it coinsidence, but the Top 3 Albums in the U.S. when "NOW 9" was released in late March 2002 were all compilations. (1)"NOW 9", (2) "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack and (3) "WWF Forceable Entry". What does this mean? That America enjoys compilation albums, and "NOW 9" gives them a great reason to. The album is a catchy, vibrant collection of late 2001 hits that always keeps everything moving:
(1) Pink feat. Redman "Get The Party Started/Sweet Dreams" B-. Considering how praised the original was, I'm sure most people were not wanting this remix. It's not that bad, it just lacks the stormin' energy and style of the original. But as compensation we get catchy Redman raps and an interesting use of The Eurythmics "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)".
(2) Britney Spears "I'm A Slave 4 U" A-. Proof that the Neptunes are the greatest producers out there: they make Britney sound good! Their production mixed with a very tight beat, create a catchy, sexy dance song flowing with style. The entire song just brings you into it.
(3) Mary J. Blige "Family Affair" A+. This is what R&B, and music in general, should be. The material is standard but is given a new vibrant life with top notch rhythm, highly enjoyable lyrics and Mary's firey personality. This is THE best song for both her and 2001! I dare you not to enjoy it!
(4) Shakira "Whenever, Wherever" A. Shakira makes the transition from latin to pop with perfect ease. The song noit only keeps its Latin roots, but contains a quirky and catchy beat with some very original writing. It's small little treasure.
(5) Jennifer Lopez "Ain't It Funny" A. Another pop song that keeps it's latin influences. The remix was the #1 hit, but this trumps it in every way with more depth and emotion. J.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I rated this only two stars mostly because of the type of music I prefer. However, if you are into rap, hip-hop, and R&B, with a bit of Britney Spears and boy bands thrown in, this album is probably more likely to be for you. I also disagree with the notion that all of the songs on this CD are overplayed. It might just be because I haven't been listening to the radio enough recently, but I found that I didn't recognize most of the songs, and what is more, I didn't like them after I did get to recognize them. Other people I have discussed this CD with are also not impressed with this album. I preferred Totally Hits 2002 to this one, another mix of "chart topping hits." If you really want a NOW CD, I recommend an earlier one (NOW 6 being my personal favorite) which tend to go lighter on rap. It seems that rap fans etc. (of which there are many of; I just don't happen to be one) and those who don't know or don't have the equipment to mix their own CDs (which is perfectly alright; I don't know how to either) are the ones who mostly enjoy this CD.
P.S. If you would like to see it, the NOW website is offering a list of the tracking in NOW 10.
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