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Released: 20th November 2000
Origin: United Kingdom
Label: Virgin / EMI / Universal
Format: Double CD, Double Cassette & Mini Disc
Duration: 2:36:59 (156 minutes 59 seconds)
Tracks: 42
#1’s: 10
Chart Peak: #1 (7 weeks)
Sales: 1,370,000 (6x Platinum)
    Tracklisting
1. Robbie Williams – Rock DJ 4:15 {1}
2. Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight) 3:41 {1}
3. Ronan Keating – Life Is A Rollercoaster 3:48 {1}
4. Texas – In Demand 4:00 {6}
5. Bon Jovi – It's My Life 3:44 {3}
6. U2 – Beautiful Day 4:07 {1}
7. David Gray – Babylon 3:29 {5}
8. All Saints – Pure Shores 4:20 {1}
9. Spice Girls – Holler 3:53 {1}
10. Architechs feat. Nana – Body Groove 5:16 {3}
11. Craig David – 7 Days 3:55 {1}
12. Samantha Mumba – Body II Body 3:59 {5}
13. Britney Spears – Lucky 3:24 {5}
14. LeAnn Rimes – Can't Fight The Moonlight 3:32 {1}
15. S Club 7 – Natural 3:40 {3}
16. *NSync – It's Gonna Be Me 3:12 {9}
17. Anastacia – I'm Outta Love 4:00 {6}
18. Tom Jones & Heather Small – You Need Love Like I Do 3:24 {24}
19. Robbie Williams & Kylie Minogue – Kids 4:17 {2}
20. Coldplay – Trouble 4:30 {10}
21. Martine McCutcheon – I'm Over You 3:41 {2}
22. Kylie Minogue – On A Night Like This 3:31 {2}
23. Steps – Stomp 3:17 {1}
24. Vanessa Amorosi – Absolutely Everybody 3:41 {7}
25. Billie Piper – Walk Of Life 3:49 {25}
26. True Steppers And Dane Bowers feat. Victoria Beckham – Out Of Your Mind 3:22 {2}
27. Melanie C – I Turn To You 4:10 {1}
28. Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan – Silence 3:48 {3}
29. Sonique – Sky 4:01 {2}
30. Zombie Nation – Kernkraft 400 3:28 {2}
31. Storm – Time To Burn 2:52 {3}
32. Darude – Feel The Beat 3:15 {5}
33. Aurora feat. Naiomee Coleman – Ordinary World 4:02 {5}
34. SuReal – You Take My Breath Away 3:19 {15}
35. Madison Avenue – Who The Hell Are You 3:28 {10}
36. Azzido Da Bass – Doom's Night 3:45 {8}
37. B Boyz – Who Let The Dogs Out 3:17 {DNC}
38. Nelly – Country Grammer (Hot...) 3:51 {7}
39. Sisqσ – Unleash The Dragon 3:23 {6}
40. Melanie B – Tell Me 3:53 {4}
41. Louise – Beautiful Inside 3:14 {13}
42. Gabrielle – Should I Stay 3:51 {13}

Key
Tracks highlighted red were official UK #1’s.
Tracks with an asterisk (*) next to their title have also been included in special releases from the series.
The track duration has been highlighted cyan.
Bracketed numbers refer to highest chart position reached.
{DNC} = Did Not Chart
    Miscellaneous Facts
Track Most Weeks At #1: Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight) (2 weeks)
Lowest Charting Track: B Boyz – Who Let The Dogs Out {DNC}
Longest Song: Architechs feat. Nana – Body Groove 5:16
Shortest Song: Storm – Time To Burn 2:52
Edited Tracks: Unknown
Unedited Tracks: Unknown
Inlay Mistakes: None
Other Facts: None
    On This Day In History
No music news to report for 20th November 2000.
    Other Resources
Official Now Music Website
Wikipedia
Everyhit
Brandt Animation Archive
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    Andrew's Review
Now That's What I Call Music! 47 or Now 47 was the Autumn release from 2000 featuring 42 tracks from the year, including 10 UK #1 singles. Due to the very high level of music on the market at this time, and the fast pace of the charts, not all hits could make the cut. This volume marked the first appearance in the series for 5 artists including Modjo, David Gray, Architechs, Anastacia and Nelly.

A total of 8 eligible UK #1 singles were overlooked, and these were Five & Queen – We Will Rock You, Madonna – Music, A1 – Take On Me, Mariah Carey & Westlife – Against All Odds, All Saints – Black Coffee, Spice Girls – Let Love Lead The Way, Westlife – My Love and A1 – Same Old Brand New You. Joining them on the omissions list were also Sugababes' debut single Overload, the #2 hit from Bomfunk MC's – Freestyler, a #2 hit One More Time from French producers Daft Punk, Something Deep Inside from Billie Piper, P!nk – Most Girls, Janet Jackson – Doesn't Really Matter and others.

This volume marked the only one in the series to feature Vanessa Amorosi, True Steppers, Delerium, Zombie Nation, Storm, Aurora*, SuReal, Azzido Da Bass and B Boyz.

*Another artist with the same name makes an appearance later in the series.

Artwork Rating: 8/10 Extremely Good
It might not seem like much but I love all the cogs and blocks. Something original and untried in the past. The limited use of colours (whites, greys, reds and greens) really works well for me, and it looks great as a piece of artwork from the series.

Disc 1 Favourite: Bon Jovi – It's My Life
A great rock song from 2000. Bon Jovi proves on this track they were still capable of producing a chart-worthy rock anthem. I used to sing along to this when it was out. Still love playing it on occasion to this day.

Disc 2 Favourite: Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan – Silence
This trance gem has received literally hundreds of plays in my lifetime. It's just so iconic and there's several remixes around which I've heard which makes this sound like a great atmospheric song.

Disc 3 Tracklist:
(A concept of what a third disc might look like if other hits from the era were used)

1. Five & Queen – We Will Rock You 3:09 {1}
2. A1 – Take On Me 3:31 {1}
3. Bomfunk MC's – Freestyler 2:52 {2}
4. Daft Punk – One More Time 3:55 {2}
5. Bob Sinclar – I Feel For You 2:58 {9}
6. Element Four – Big Brother UK TV Theme 3:18 {4}
7. Planet Perfecto – Bullet In The Gun 2000 3:09 {7}
8. Alice Deejay – The Lonely One 3:16 {16}
9. Sash! – With My Own Eyes 3:43 {10}
10. Billie Piper – Something Deep Inside 3:23 {4}
11. Janet Jackson – Doesn't Really Matter 4:56 {5}
12. Kandi – Don't Think I'm Not 3:51 {9}
13. Artful Dodger feat. Lifford – Please Don't Turn Me On 3:42 {4}
14. Wyclef Jean feat. The Rock & Melky Sedeck – It Doesn't Matter 3:45 {3}
15. Santana feat. The Product G&B – Maria Maria 3:52 {6}
16. Destiny's Child – Jumpin' Jumpin' 3:47 {5}
17. All Saints – Black Coffee 4:47 {1}
18. Sugababes – Overload 4:37 {6}
19. P!nk – Most Girls 4:10 {5}
20. Spice Girls – Let Love Lead The Way 4:16 {1}
21. Westlife – My Love 3:53 {1}
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Total time: 1:18:50

Overall Rating: 7/10 Very Good
On the whole this is a very good volume, and there's lots of good points to pick from. I do feel however there are a lot of losses too in missing hits. I think this is an indication of the high volume of music which impacted the charts in that year, with a new #1 single almost every week. The biggest mistake for me, and I would in fact go as far as calling it the epic fail of the series, was using an unofficial version of the #2 smash hit Who Let The Dogs Out and not featuring Baha Men.

Andrew's Best 5 (as of June 2017)
1. Bon Jovi – It's My Life
2. Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight)
3. Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan – Silence
4. Melanie C – I Turn To You
5. U2 – Beautiful Day

Andrew's Worst 5 (as of June 2017)
1. B Boyz – Who Let The Dogs Out
2. Samantha Mumba – Body II Body
3. Azzido Da Bass – Doom's Night
4. Louise – Beautiful Inside
5. Tom Jones & Heather Small – You Need Love Like I Do
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post Jun 25 2017, 08:19 PM
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This is a great Now. I could have picked several winners on each disc, but I went with Pure Shores and I Turn To You. Both classics. Missing out were Trouble, Babylon, Rock DJ, Can't Fight The Moonlight, Sky and On A Night Like This.
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post Jun 25 2017, 08:27 PM
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What was the reason behind not featuring Baha Men?
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Once again I far prefer Disc 2 to Disc 1. I opted for Pure Shores on Disc 1 and Absolutely Everybody on Disc 2 (my favourite song of 2000!)

I'd rate all of the following 9/10 or higher:

4. Texas – In Demand 4:00 {6}
8. All Saints – Pure Shores 4:20 {1}
14. LeAnn Rimes – Can't Fight The Moonlight 3:32 {1}
15. S Club 7 – Natural 3:40 {3}
21. Martine McCutcheon – I'm Over You 3:41 {2}
22. Kylie Minogue – On A Night Like This 3:31 {2}
23. Steps – Stomp 3:17 {1}
24. Vanessa Amorosi – Absolutely Everybody 3:41 {7}27. Melanie C – I Turn To You 4:10 {1}
28. Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan – Silence 3:48 {3}
30. Zombie Nation – Kernkraft 400 3:28 {2}
32. Darude – Feel The Beat 3:15 {5}
33. Aurora feat. Naiomee Coleman – Ordinary World 4:02 {5}
35. Madison Avenue – Who The Hell Are You 3:28 {10}

But yes, so many songs missing from this considering some of the songs at the end of Disc 2 that could have easily been cut. Knowing about record label politics at the time most of the omissions aren't too surprising but I would have expected to see Freestyler, One More Time on here at the very least - amazed that the former didn't make it, seeing as it was on the Now Dance equivalent out at the time.
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QUOTE(lewistgreen @ Jun 25 2017, 09:27 PM) *
What was the reason behind not featuring Baha Men?

Not sure anyone will ever know. It was one of the poorest decisions ever by the Now team to place a "fake" on one of their compilations. I don't recall this ever happening any other time in the entire series. ohmy.gif
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post Jun 25 2017, 09:33 PM
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If i recall correctly they didn't use Los Del Rio's version of Macarena in 1996 and used some lower charting alternate version
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QUOTE(lewistgreen @ Jun 25 2017, 10:33 PM) *
If i recall correctly they didn't use Los Del Rio's version of Macarena in 1996 and used some lower charting alternate version

I stand corrected! rolleyes.gif
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The second year running I got a Now for Christmas! As with Now 44, a lot of held back 'big singles' from earlier in the year on this volume, but for some reason this always felt like it was slower to get into compared with the Britney-Shania-Lou Bega-Eiffel 65-Steps-Geri smash-a-thon that opened Now 44. Having U2 so high up on Disc 1 was always a curious choice in my opinion. Maybe I just didn't get the sudden fascination with them at that period in their career (I was 11 at the time, admittedly). Anyway. A strong winter volume. My top 5 from each:

CD1
1. All Saints (along with Never Ever and Black Coffee, the high watermark of their career. Shame that the initial run of their success ended on All Hooked Up. I'm relieved that one never made it to a Now)
2. Coldplay (Timeless and beautiful. The piano in this gets me everytime, it's so haunting)
3. David Gray (I will sound like a total charlatan here, as I know purists of his work despise it but I much preferred the radio mix featured on this Now that made this single a hit. Just sounds so much beefier. Again high watermark of his career)
4. Britney Spears (I never understood why 'Lucky' got a bad rep. Easily amongst the top 5 from the early Max Martin era of her career)
5. Craig David (more so in light of his Glastonbury performance at the weekend, this has aged so much better than you'd imagine it had. Classic R&B slow jam!)

CD2
1. Louise (This single and the one before it on Now 46, '2 Faced', were among my personal top 40 of the year. Loved the Wu Tang Clan sample and the overall theme of the song and its lyrics.)
2. Gabrielle (I don't know what it was about Gabrielle in the early 00s but all the singles from the 'Rise' period of her career were perfect. So understated and beautiful)
3. Billie Piper (her final single before Chris Evans filled up a Ferrari with red roses and drunken marriages ensued. But what a single to bow out on. Quite Natalie Imbruglia-esque, which is probably why I love it so much. I could've seen her continuing down this route musically had she stayed in pop)
4. Aurora/Naimee Coleman (loved this trance cover of Duran Duran. It kept the same wistfulness the original had. Sasha Collison who was one half of Aurora went on to write for Xenomania)
5. True Steppers, Dane Bowers and Victoria Beckham (so utterly bombastic and OTT, but precisely why I love it. 'This tune's gonna punish you!')
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Love your reviews as always ThePensmith, so well thought out. wub.gif

Completely agree about the opening of the volume lacking what Now 44 had the previous year.

What do you think of the tracks I selected for a third disc? Any you feel really should have been included?
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QUOTE(awardinary @ Jun 26 2017, 01:45 PM) *
Love your reviews as always ThePensmith, so well thought out. wub.gif

Completely agree about the opening of the volume lacking what Now 44 had the previous year.

What do you think of the tracks I selected for a third disc? Any you feel really should have been included?


Why thank you awardinary. Always look forward to the new ones of these each Monday. Next week will be interesting with Now 48 given that's been in the news recently (admittedly thanks to Peter Kay, but details)!

Third disc choices are pretty much what I would have gone for as well TBH! I totally forgot Bob Sinclar had a hit before his run of top 10s in the mid 00s. Didn't he do the original Gymtonic that Spacedust then turned into Gym & Tonic to overcome the clearance of Jane Fonda workout samples?

Also whilst we're at it - that soundalike cover of 'Who Let the Dogs Out?' on Disc 2 was just baffling. It can't have cost the compilers that much to license the Baha Men original, surely? The very same B-Boyz version was Track 2 on Disc 1 of Smash Hits 2001 that came out a few weeks after this Now!


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QUOTE(ThePensmith @ Jun 26 2017, 01:57 PM) *
Why thank you awardinary. Always look forward to the new ones of these each Monday. Next week will be interesting with Now 48 given that's been in the news recently (admittedly thanks to Peter Kay, but details)!

Third disc choices are pretty much what I would have gone for as well TBH! I totally forgot Bob Sinclar had a hit before his run of top 10s in the mid 00s. Didn't he do the original Gymtonic that Spacedust then turned into Gym & Tonic to overcome the clearance of Jane Fonda workout samples?

Yes that should get some people talking!

Many people will have forgotten Bob Sinclar's early Top 10 single before his 2007/2007 hype.

In answer to your other question, I'm pretty sure Daft Punk were the ones responsible for that! It's a crying shame they didn't appear on this volume too with One More Time.

Also did you pick up on my inclusion of Maria Maria given it's recent high profile sample that's currently sitting at #3 in the official charts right now! ohmy.gif
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QUOTE(awardinary @ Jun 26 2017, 02:07 PM) *
Yes that should get some people talking!

Many people will have forgotten Bob Sinclar's early Top 10 single before his 2007/2007 hype.

In answer to your other question, I'm pretty sure Daft Punk were the ones responsible for that! It's a crying shame they didn't appear on this volume too with One More Time.

Also did you pick up on my inclusion of Maria Maria given it's recent high profile sample that's currently sitting at #3 in the official charts right now! ohmy.gif


Was it Daft Punk? I always assumed they were behind Stardust 'Music Sounds Better With You'. Maybe I got confused! 'One More Time' would have indeed been perfect for this volume, but they made up for it with 'Digital Love' on Now 50 the following year.

I totally forgot about 'Maria Maria' if I'm honest. I preferred 'Smooth' that Santana did with Rob Thomas much more! But yes that's of course quite high profile at the moment on the DJ Khaled track.
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Lmao at NOW! not getting the rights to the actual version of Who Let The Dogs Out and using a cover version. laugh.gif

Anyway, my faves:

Disc One: Modjo - Lady (Hear Me Tonight) (beautiful laidback funky house tune, a dance classic by any definition)
Disc Two: Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan - Silence (absolutely love this, one of the most recognisable trance classics and it builds so well)

Other favourites:
Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 400 (what a time for trance music)
Storm - Time To Burn (likewise)

and my favourite non-dance records:
Robbie Williams - Rock DJ (fun song)
All Saints - Pure Shores (lush production)

and from the bonus disc:
Bomfunk MC's - Freestyler
Daft Punk - One More Time

(had a go of making a Spotify playlist of this too, let me know if that's something people are interested in.)
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I see there's confusion about the Bob Sinclar/Spacedust thing. Put simply..

- Bob Sinclar makes 'Gymtonic' with uncredited co-production from Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk.
- The sample doesn't get cleared so it never gets released as a single (though it is now available to download and stream).
- Spacedust make a soundalike version "Gym & Tonic" and get to #1 with it. Spacedust are not to be confused with Stardust (the group involving Thomas Bangalter who had "Music Sounds Better With You").
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QUOTE(danG @ Jun 26 2017, 02:39 PM) *
Lmao at NOW! not getting the rights to the actual version of Who Let The Dogs Out and using a cover version. laugh.gif

(had a go of making a Spotify playlist of this too, let me know if that's something people are interested in.)

Yesss Dan! yahoo.gif

QUOTE(danG @ Jun 26 2017, 02:43 PM) *
I see there's confusion about the Bob Sinclar/Spacedust thing. Put simply..

- Bob Sinclar makes 'Gymtonic' with uncredited co-production from Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk.
- The sample doesn't get cleared so it never gets released as a single (though it is now available to download and stream).
- Spacedust make a soundalike version "Gym & Tonic" and get to #1 with it. Spacedust are not to be confused with Stardust (the group involving Thomas Bangalter who had "Music Sounds Better With You").
Thanks for clearing that up too! biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(awardinary @ Jun 25 2017, 10:08 PM) *
Not sure anyone will ever know. It was one of the poorest decisions ever by the Now team to place a "fake" on one of their compilations. I don't recall this ever happening any other time in the entire series. ohmy.gif


Also, a dance remix of Mad'House's Like A Prayer appears on Now 52, not sure why they couldn't get the rights to the single version.

Same with Whitney's Million Dollar Bill but at least that particular remix had airplay in some quarters, don't recall ever hearing the Mad'House mix anywhere!

A similar situation happened on the Hits series when Shakira's Suerte (the Spanish version of Whenever, Wherever) appeared on Hits 52, presumably because they couldn't get the English version at the time, but then that turned up on Hits 53!
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I also recall they (understandably considering the lyrical content) put a remix of Khia's 'My Neck, My Back' on a NOW disc. Mostly because I grew up loving that remix and got quite the shock when I realised what the actual version was. laugh.gif

Oh and also they put the original version of K'naan's 'Wavin Flag' on even though it was the remix that got popular.
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QUOTE(danG @ Jun 26 2017, 04:35 PM) *
Oh and also they put the original version of K'naan's 'Wavin Flag' on even though it was the remix that got popular.


I've been unable to find the hit remix of that on any compilation, it was the same remix on lots of European compilations, like Germany's Bravo Hits. Very bizarre and annoying.

Oh and of course, the original version of N-Trance's Set You Free popped up again on Now 50 when it should have been the Rob Searle remix, which is what turned it into a hit for a second time. IIRC, that remix featured on Now Dance 2002, which was released around the same time, so they definitely had the rights to it and were aware it was the remix that was the hit.
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Highlights for me:
Pure Shores
Kernkraft 400
Feel The Beat
Ordinary World
You Take My Breath Away

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