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Now That's What I Call The 1990s

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2010 collection containing huge hits from the '90s by the biggest artists of the decade. To date, the NOW series has generated sales of over 200 million albums worldwide, and has sold over 77 million copies in the United States since its debut. Every album in the NOW series has reached the Billboard Top 10, and it is the only non-soundtrack, multi-artist collection to reach #1 Billboard status on the Billboard Top 200 Album Sales Chart.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 9, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: NOW
  • ASIN: B0043URV46
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,974 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Edgar Olivares on November 12, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is a pretty good sample of what the nineties had to offer in the rock and pop genres. I hadn't heard Live's "I Alone" in years. Anyone who has all of the entries in the NOW series may recognize a few cuts from the first two NOW's. A few well-known names as well as some one-hit wonders make this collection a worthwhile listen. A few tracks are edited versions also. Remember that these tracks cover the pop, rock and alternative genres so this is not meant to be a definitive collection. Here are the peak positions of the tracks on the Billboard Hot 100 unless indicated otherwise followed by their release years.

You Get What You Give-#36, 1998
Two Princes-#7, 1993
One Week-#1, 1998
B****-#2, 1997
If It Makes You Happy-#10, 1996
One Of Us-#4, 1995
Stay (I Missed You)-#1, 1994
You Gotta Be-#5, 1995
Ordinary World-#3, 1993
Lullaby-#7, 1998
I'll Be-#5, 1998
If You Could Only See-#1 Mainstream Rock, 1996
Everything You Want-#1, 1999
Father Of Mine-#70, 1997
I Alone-#38, 1994
Shine-#11, 1993
No Rain-#20, 1992
What I Got-#1 Modern Rock, 1996
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This NOW That's What I Call The 90s music is excellent mix of hits from the 1990s. Some collections like this have several duds, but this particular group is quite memorable from when we heard them on the radio or at clubs. I recommend you listen to the clips. I think you will agree they are worth purchasing.
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I love this cd it has awesome music on it and brings me back to my era of music which makes it even better for me it also came in a fast pace and I really appericated that I plan on buying from this seller in the future.
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By KMF on January 5, 2014
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Great songs. Was glad you listed all the song titles that are on the disk, I will not buy one that does not list all the song titles. Nice variety of music
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I don't listen to a lot of music-preferring audiobooks but I took a chance on this MP3 album for something to listen to while working out and it is absolutely great. I don't know what the one comment about it being remixes is about-everything I heard was just as it played on the radio. I'm definitely shopping for more of these various artists MP3's.
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I've heard all the songs on this CD a million times. In fact I love them all because they were all hits when I was in school so they bring back wonderful memmories to me. All in all it is one of my favorite CDs.
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This CD was actually a very great collection of some good music from when I was back in high school, and a few songs before high school. I am currently 32 years old now, but ten out of eighteen songs were when I was back in high school so the songs brought back some great memories for me and and of my friends. I personally enjoy 16 out of 18 songs the two I didn't care for was track 10 Shawn Mullins Lullabye and track 17 Blind Melon No Rain because it got played so much when I was younger I just dont care for the songs now. As for the rest I believe everyone who enjoyed the 1990's will enjoy the track list for this album as much as I did, just have to give it a chance. Then see what memories it brings back for you once you have listen to it all the way through.
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Now That's what i called the 90s the alternative pop collection..Pop would be a better way to describe these tunes than the overinflated, over-used and abused word 'alternative'. Put a big question mark beside the word alternative on the cd..lol
Just another way that the music industry used the name of a musical genre that was, before the rise of artists such as these, a vibrant part of college radio. I realize that many areas of the country didn't have a good college station, but ours played bands such as XTC, The Posies, They Might Be Giants, Guadalcanal Diary, Pop Will Eat Itself, Peter Murphy, and others..ALl of these bands i previously associated with the term alternative..Then the bands featured on this collection made the alternative scene when it, the Alternative buzzword became huge..and the sound is so different, not even close to the previous college radio sound..SO i'm confused, is it just that i'm narrow minded, or is it the fact that record labels started calling something that was previously an apple, an orange?..Were they saying 'the skies are now purple' instead of blue. But then again, this argument is a dead horse since alternative left the mainstream charts and now the scene is free to really be alternative again. But then, i'm off subject..oh yeah, if you want a slew of really hyped/super-industry promoted major label bands from the 90s era of the alternative rock genre, with very popular crossover songs that got airplay, not only on the commercial X and Edge stations, but some Hot Adult top 40 stations as well, then it's the collection you'll want to have..all the essentials that will satisfy 95% of the crowds into this facet of music, not only for a dj, but for the average guy throwing a 90s party at his house and looking for something to play that a lot more of his party guests will know, as opposed to the other bands i've listed..which are obscure to say the least, unless you're a nerd like me..
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