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Double orange and white colored vinyl LP pressing. NOW is pleased to announce this addition in the Millennium series - NOW - Millennium 2006-2007. Includes 85 tracks showcasing more unforgettable sounds of the 2000s from two fantastic years in music! LP1 kicks off the journey back to 2006 with the lead single from Amy Winehouse's defining 'Back To Black' album, 'Rehab', followed by Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy' - the biggest seller of 2006 and the first single to reach #1 on download sales only. Nelly Furtado collaborated with Timbaland with huge success and her #1 'Maneater' is up next, followed by another collaboration between LL COOL J and Jennifer Lopez on the beat-bumping 'Control Myself'. The Black Eyed Peas raise the energy with 'Pump It', which is sustained by the Scissor Sisters' Pop-Dance classic 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin', before Robbie Williams with "Rudebox" and the first side is closed with 'I'm With Stupid' by the Pet Shop Boys. Flip the LP over for a run of massive bands, including Snow Patrol with their contemporary classic 'Chasing Cars', Keane, The Killers and signature tracks 'Sugar, We're Goin Down' from Fall Out Boy and The Zutons with 'Valerie'. P!nk and James Morrison are up next before 2006's selection closes with the relaxed vibe of Corinne Bailey Rae's 'Put Your Records On'. The best of 2007 on LP2 gets underway with a run of pure Pop gems: Britney Spears announces her intention to be heard on disc 3 with 'Gimme More', followed by Girls Aloud with 'Call The Shots', Sugababes with 'About You Now', and MIKA dazzles with his infectious #1 'Grace Kelly'. Peter, Bjorn and John's 'Young Folks' features ahead of Kylie Minogue and Avril Lavigne before the side finishes with Fergie's global smash 'Big Girls Don't Cry (Personal)'. The final side begins with powerhouse ballads from Take That with their timeless 'Rule The World', and Leona Lewis with her massive #1, and 2007's biggest seller 'Bleeding Love'. 'What Goes Around... Comes Around' from Justin Timberlake and OneRepublic's 'Apologize' both feature more production magic from Timbaland, and the album winds to a close with the anthemic 'Ruby' from the Kaiser Chiefs, before two of the year's big radio hits; James Blunt's '1973' and The Fray's enduringly popular 'How To Save A Life'.
Double orange and white colored vinyl LP pressing. NOW is pleased to announce this addition in the Millennium series - NOW - Millennium 2006-2007. Includes 85 tracks showcasing more unforgettable sounds of the 2000s from two fantastic years in music! LP1 kicks off the journey back to 2006 with the lead single from Amy Winehouse's defining 'Back To Black' album, 'Rehab', followed by Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy' - the biggest seller of 2006 and the first single to reach #1 on download sales only. Nelly Furtado collaborated with Timbaland with huge success and her #1 'Maneater' is up next, followed by another collaboration between LL COOL J and Jennifer Lopez on the beat-bumping 'Control Myself'. The Black Eyed Peas raise the energy with 'Pump It', which is sustained by the Scissor Sisters' Pop-Dance classic 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin', before Robbie Williams with "Rudebox" and the first side is closed with 'I'm With Stupid' by the Pet Shop Boys. Flip the LP over for a run of massive bands, including Snow Patrol with their contemporary classic 'Chasing Cars', Keane, The Killers and signature tracks 'Sugar, We're Goin Down' from Fall Out Boy and The Zutons with 'Valerie'. P!nk and James Morrison are up next before 2006's selection closes with the relaxed vibe of Corinne Bailey Rae's 'Put Your Records On'. The best of 2007 on LP2 gets underway with a run of pure Pop gems: Britney Spears announces her intention to be heard on disc 3 with 'Gimme More', followed by Girls Aloud with 'Call The Shots', Sugababes with 'About You Now', and MIKA dazzles with his infectious #1 'Grace Kelly'. Peter, Bjorn and John's 'Young Folks' features ahead of Kylie Minogue and Avril Lavigne before the side finishes with Fergie's global smash 'Big Girls Don't Cry (Personal)'. The final side begins with powerhouse ballads from Take That with their timeless 'Rule The World', and Leona Lewis with her massive #1, and 2007's biggest seller 'Bleeding Love'. 'What Goes Around... Comes Around' from Justin Timberlake and OneRepublic's 'Apologize' both feature more production magic from Timbaland, and the album winds to a close with the anthemic 'Ruby' from the Kaiser Chiefs, before two of the year's big radio hits; James Blunt's '1973' and The Fray's enduringly popular 'How To Save A Life'.
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Now Millennium 2006-2007 / Various - Now Millennium 2006-2007 / Various

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Format: Vinyl
Label: UNIVERSAL UK
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 196588831713

Now Millennium 2006-2007 / Various
Artist: Now Millennium 2006-2007 / Various
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Amy Winehouse - Rehab
2. Gnarls Barkley?- Crazy
3. Nelly Furtado - Maneater
4. LL Cool J ; Jennifer Lopez - Control Myself
5. The Black Eyed Peas - Pump It
6. Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin' - Radio Edit
7. Robbie Williams - Rudebox
8. Pet Shop Boys?- I'm with Stupid
9. Snow Patrol - Chasing Cars
10. Keane - Is It Any Wonder?
11. The Killers - When You Were Young
12. Fall Out Boy - Sugar, We're Goin Down
13. The Zutons - Valerie
14. P!NK - Who Knew
15. James Morrison - You Give Me Something
16. Corinne Bailey Rae - Put Your Records on
17. Britney Spears - Gimme More
18. Girls Aloud - Call the Shots
19. Sugababes - About You Now
20. Mika - Grace Kelly
21. Peter Bjorn and John - Young Folks
22. Kylie Minogue?- 2 Hearts
23. Avril Lavigne - Girlfriend
24. Fergie - Big Girls Don't Cry (Personal)
25. Take That - Rule the World
26. Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love
27. Justin Timberlake - What Goes Around... Comes Around
28. Onerepublic - Apologize
29. Kaiser Chiefs - Ruby
30. James Blunt?- 1973
31. The Fray - How to Save a Life

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Double orange and white colored vinyl LP pressing. NOW is pleased to announce this addition in the Millennium series - NOW - Millennium 2006-2007. Includes 85 tracks showcasing more unforgettable sounds of the 2000s from two fantastic years in music! LP1 kicks off the journey back to 2006 with the lead single from Amy Winehouse's defining 'Back To Black' album, 'Rehab', followed by Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy' - the biggest seller of 2006 and the first single to reach #1 on download sales only. Nelly Furtado collaborated with Timbaland with huge success and her #1 'Maneater' is up next, followed by another collaboration between LL COOL J and Jennifer Lopez on the beat-bumping 'Control Myself'. The Black Eyed Peas raise the energy with 'Pump It', which is sustained by the Scissor Sisters' Pop-Dance classic 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin', before Robbie Williams with "Rudebox" and the first side is closed with 'I'm With Stupid' by the Pet Shop Boys. Flip the LP over for a run of massive bands, including Snow Patrol with their contemporary classic 'Chasing Cars', Keane, The Killers and signature tracks 'Sugar, We're Goin Down' from Fall Out Boy and The Zutons with 'Valerie'. P!nk and James Morrison are up next before 2006's selection closes with the relaxed vibe of Corinne Bailey Rae's 'Put Your Records On'. The best of 2007 on LP2 gets underway with a run of pure Pop gems: Britney Spears announces her intention to be heard on disc 3 with 'Gimme More', followed by Girls Aloud with 'Call The Shots', Sugababes with 'About You Now', and MIKA dazzles with his infectious #1 'Grace Kelly'. Peter, Bjorn and John's 'Young Folks' features ahead of Kylie Minogue and Avril Lavigne before the side finishes with Fergie's global smash 'Big Girls Don't Cry (Personal)'. The final side begins with powerhouse ballads from Take That with their timeless 'Rule The World', and Leona Lewis with her massive #1, and 2007's biggest seller 'Bleeding Love'. 'What Goes Around... Comes Around' from Justin Timberlake and OneRepublic's 'Apologize' both feature more production magic from Timbaland, and the album winds to a close with the anthemic 'Ruby' from the Kaiser Chiefs, before two of the year's big radio hits; James Blunt's '1973' and The Fray's enduringly popular 'How To Save A Life'.
        
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