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Now That's What I Call Music! 4

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The fourth in the series of Top 40-tracking compilations strikes a good balance between pop radio played-to-death singles, R&B standouts, and straight-up rock chart stormers. The beginning of the disc is packed with requisite teen pop; however, the Britney Spears offering "(You Drive Me) Crazy" will probably disappoint those who were hoping for the more recent "Oops!... I Did It Again"). This disc, where the Italian group Eiffel 65's dance-pop smash "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" lives in the same space as Blink 182's "All the Small Things," Ben Harper's "Steal My Kisses," and Macy Gray's "I Try," is like channel surfing during drive-time radio hours and scoring with every hit of the "seek" button. --Beth Massa

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Larger Than Life - Backstreet Boys
  2. (You Drive Me) Crazy - Britney Spears
  3. I Need To Know - Marc Anthony
  4. Candy - Mandy Moore
  5. Blue (Da Ba Dee) - Eiffel 65
  6. It Feels So Good - Sonique
  7. I Belong To You - Lenny Kravitz
  8. I Knew I Loved You - Savage Garden
  9. I Wanna Know - Joe
  10. Try Again - Aaliyah
  11. Waiting For Tonight - Jennifer Lopez
  12. Get It On Tonite - Montell Jordan
  13. Steal My Kisses - Ben Harper And The Innocent Criminals
  14. Then The Morning Comes - Smash Mouth
  15. Meet Virginia - Train
  16. I Try - Macy Gray
  17. This Time Around - Hanson
  18. All the Small Things - blink-182


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 18, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: July 18, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Utv Records
  • ASIN: B00004UAL5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,300 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on July 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I first listened to NOW 2 I was overall happy with the selections with the exceptions of a few of the slower songs, and when I listened to NOW 3 I had to skip around alot because I only enjoyed about four of the songs but when I heard the songs on NOW 4 it was music to my ears. The reason that I buy the NOW cd's is because you shouldn't have to change cd's or skip around to "the good song". I know that is why a lot of you buy these kind of cd's too and if you are this type of person NOW 4 is the cd for you! I features all the songs that you turn up the radio for and sing in the shower. In my opinion there is not a bad song on there but how could there be with artists like BSB, Britney Spears, Blink 182, N'Sync and Savage Garden and songs like "Candy," "I Try," "Try Again" and "Waiting for Tonight" There are songs for all types of music listeners...hip hop, r&b, rock, and alternative. Yes, I will admit it is geared toward the younger audiences but all ages are familiar enough with the songs to have some good sing along fun! Ok, so NOW that you know what this cd is all about listen to it and you'll be surprised how little you have to search for a good song!
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By A Customer on July 23, 2000
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I agree with many other listeners. It seems that the Now! products recently have been empty, with a few jewels. BUT...I was in Wal-Mart one day, and saw a sign for NOW 4. Yes, it said some songs that weren't on there (Bye Bye Bye, Back at One, Ex Girlfriend...) But, that was my first awareness. I thought to myself - this could be cool...Then I saw a preview on the television. I couldn't believe my eyes! A CD with Britney Spears? Backstreet Boys? Aaliyah? Mandy Moore? Eiffel 65? Jennifer Lopez? Hanson? blink-182? Joe? All in ONE CD? I couldn't believe it. I immediately pre-ordered it. I was on vacation for a week when it was released. I came home Saturday, ripped open the CD, and listened to my heart's content. EXCEPT...There's only 1 exception. I was really hoping to hear the STOP Remix (the video and the radio version) of Drive Me Crazy by Britney Spears. But, it's just the version on the CD, which is ok, but not nearly as good as the other. That is the only bad part. I would seriously suggest if you like R&B (I Wanna Know; Joe), Teen Pop (Mandy Moore, Britney Spears) Hip-hop (Aaliyah; Try Again) and MUCH MORE, you should purchase this right away.
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The "Now" series has had its ups and down, even though it's only in its fourth installment. However, "Now - Vol. 4" features a solid collection of winners. From Backstreet Boys to Britney, and Sonique to blink-182, "Now 4" serves us a wonderful dish of pop/rock treats. Standout tracks include: "It Feels So Good," the pandemic dance hit by Sonique, the seductive R&B sounds of Lenny Kravitz on "I Belong to You" (a song that should be played more by Top 40 radio, but isn't), underrated Aaliyah's "Try Again," an efficacious hip-hop classic, and Macy Gray's "I Try." Now that's what I call music...
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I think of all the "Now" cd's, this one doesn't really stand out as the best. The point of all 4 of them was to put together on one cd all of the most popular songs at the time, and they succeeded. I listen to the radio A LOT, so I'm sick of all of these songs, with the exception of "Steal My Kisses". I would give it 3 stars, but I give it one more because they put "This Time Around" on it, and that has to be one of the best songs of the year. So here's what I say, if you don't listen to the radio a lot, then this is a good cd, but if you do listen to the radio a lot, don't waste your money, because you'll be sick of all these songs. =)
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This is another example of how the brand NOW can be big, no matter where in the world you are. Once again, the tracks are picked from different styles of music, and it does keep pulse with what's hot now - look no farther than Aaliyah's "Try Again" and Joe's "I Wanna Know". This keeps in line with the original concept from Britain as well as the more recent forays in Canada and Japan. If you like the series you should start searching for them as well - they're even more great stuff. (Go no farther than zShops to start your search)
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When I first picked up Now 3, I was really dissapointed with the amount of songs that I had never heard before, basically from anonymous artists. What a difference one installment makes. Now 4 has much more well-known hits than Now 3. The only song that I had basically no experience with was Ben Harper. But the rest of the album is pretty good. With song hit yesteryear songs like "Larger than Life" ("Now"'s first Millenium song from BSB), "I Try" by Macy Gray and "All the Small Things" by blink-182, and some new songs like "Try Again" by Aaliyah and "This Time Around" by Hanson. I was most surprised by the inclusion of this song, which was one of the newest songs made for this album. Basically my complaint is that the fact that Now 4 does not include the much better-sounding remix verisons of "(You Drive Me) Crazy" by Britney Spears, and "Waiting for Tonight" by Jenifer Lopez. But the rest of the album is great. If you were turned off by the anonymous songs of Now 3, then you should have faith in Now 4. At the very least, it has a lot more well-known artists and songs.
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