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Released: 26th July 2004
Origin: United Kingdom
Label: Virgin / EMI / Universal
Format: Double CD, Double Cassette
Duration: 2:30:30 (150 minutes 30 seconds)
Tracks: 42
#1’s: 5
Chart Peak: #1 (7 weeks)
Sales: 880,000 (3x Platinum)
    Tracklisting
1. Rachel Stevens – Some Girls 3:35 {2}
2. Shapeshifters – Lola's Theme 3:26 {1}
3. Anastacia – Left Outside Alone 3:53 {3}
4. Kelis – Trick Me 3:26 {2}
5. Jamelia – See It In A Boy's Eyes 3:53 {5}
6. Eamon – F**k It (I Don't Want You Back) 3:46 {1}
7. Frankee – F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back) 3:19 {1}
8. Christina Milian – Dip It Low 3:17 {2}
9. Outkast – Hey Ya! 3:52 {3}
10. The Black Eyed Peas – Hey Mama 3:48 {6}
11. Scissor Sisters – Laura 3:10 {12}
12. George Michael – Flawless (Go To The City) 4:52 {8}
13. Narcotic Thrust – I Like It 3:06 {9}
14. Beverley Knight – Come As You Are 3:44 {9}
15. Joss Stone – Super Duper Love 3:52 {18}
16. Keane – Everybody's Changing 3:36 {4}
17. Franz Ferdinand – Matinee 4:05 {8}
18. Razorlight – Golden Touch 3:29 {9}
19. The Rasmus – In The Shadows 4:17 {3}
20. Gladiator feat. Izzy – Now We Are Free 2:53 {19}
21. Britney Spears – Everytime 3:51 {1}
22. Kylie Minogue – Chocolate 4:01 {6}
23. Girls Aloud – The Show 3:36 {2}
24. McFly – Five Colours In Her Hair 2:59 {1}
25. Sugababes – In The Middle 3:38 {8}
26. Busted – Air Hostess 3:25 {2}
27. O-Zone – Dragostea Din Tei 3:36 {3}
28. Blue – Bubblin' 3:25 {9}
29. V – Blood Sweat And Tears 3:34 {6}
30. 2 Play feat. Raghav & Naila Boss – It Can't Be Right 3:19 {8}
31. Nina Sky feat. Jabba – Move Ya Body 3:53 {6}
32. Fatman Scoop feat. The Crooklyn Clan – It Takes Scoop 2:51 {9}
33. Kanye West – Through The Wire 3:44 {9}
34. N.E.R.D – Maybe 3:34 {25}
35. Estelle – 1980 3:50 {14}
36. Jay Sean feat. The Rishi Rich Project – Eyes On You 3:12 {6}
37. VS – Call U Sexy 3:32 {11}
38. Joe – Ride Wit U 3:33 {12}
39. Gabrielle – Stay The Same 3:45 {20}
40. Ronan Keating & LeAnn Rimes – Last Thing On My Mind 3:59 {5}
41. Kristian Leontiou – Story Of My Life 3:29 {9}
42. Atomic Kitten – Someone Like Me 2:05 {8}

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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.
    Miscellaneous Facts
Track Most Weeks At #1: Eamon – F**k It (I Don't Want You Back) (4 weeks)
Lowest Charting Track: N.E.R.D – Maybe {25}
Longest Song: George Michael – Falwless (Go To The City) 4:52
Shortest Song: Atomic Kitten – Someone Like Me 2:05
Edited Tracks: Unknown
Unedited Tracks: Unknown
Inlay Mistakes: None
Other Facts: None
    On This Day In History
No music news to report for 26th July 2004.
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Official Now Music Website
Wikipedia
Everyhit
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    Andrew's Review
Now That's What I Call Music! 58 otherwise known as Now 58 was released in the summer of 2004 and featured 42 tracks with 5 UK #1 singles from Shapeshifters, Eamon, Frankee, Britney Spears and McFly. This was the first volume in the series to feature artists like Shapeshifters, Razorlight, McFly, V, Kanye West, Estelle and also Jay Sean as a lead artist (he had previously been on Now 56 as a featured artist).

There were three other UK #1 singles which got left off this volume. One of these came from Mario Winans featuring Enya & P. Diddy – I Don't Wanna Know which spent 2 weeks at the top. Another came from McFly who featured on this volume with their debut #1 single, but the follow up single, titled Obviously, was omitted but featured on the next volume instead. Lastly, Usher, who had another #1 earlier in 2004 with Yeah had his second #1 of the year, Burn, overlooked. Some other notable omissions from this era came from girl group The 411 with their debut single On My Knees, Peter Andre's follow up to his 2004 #1 re-released single Mysterious Girl, Maroon 5's Top 5 single This Love, Natasha Bedingfield's #3 debut single titled Single and a song which would go on in later years to become one of the most streamed songs of all time, Mr Brightside by The Killers.

Now 58 was the only volume in the series to feature publicity stunt double Eamon and Frankee, along with one hit wonders from Narcotic Thrust, The Rasmus, Gladiator, O-Zone, Nina Sky and Kristian Leontiou.

Artwork Rating: 4/10 Very Poor
A very rushed design I feel. Just what they were thinking using multiple umbrellas surrounding the logo of a summer release. It just seems like very little thought process went into this design, and it doesn't look appealing even now.

Disc 1 Favourite: Shapeshifters – Lola's Theme
A dance anthem of 2004 which also got to #1. It's really their only main hit which lead to many flops afterwards. I love the vocals on this one, and it was a very refreshing song to hear that year in amongst many underwhelming hit singles. Shoutout also to Outkast featuring three volumes later than it should have.

Disc 2 Favourite: O-Zone – Dragostea Din Tei
This isn't really what I call one of my favourites, but slim pickings on this disc lead me to decide that this catchy Romanian pop song was the most enjoyable to listen to again.

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

1. Mario Winans feat. Enya & P. Diddy – I Don't Wanna Know 4:17 {1}
2. Usher – Burn 4:16 {1}
3. The 411 feat. Ghostface Killah – On My Knees 3:06 {4}
4. Twista feat. Kanye West & Jamie Foxx – Slow Jamz 3:34 {3}
5. Cassidy feat. R. Kelly – Hotel 4:08 {3}
6. Beyoncι – Naughty Girl 3:28 {10}
7. Lemar – Another Day 3:45 {9}
8. Peter Andre – Insania 3:03 {3}
9. The Corrs – Summer Sunshine 2:51 {6}
10. Natasha Bedingfield – Single 3:55 {3}
11. Maroon 5 – This Love 3:25 {3}
12. Avril Lavigne – Don't Tell Me 3:22 {5}
13. The Killers – Mr. Brightside 3:42 {10}
14. The Hives – Walk Idiot Walk 3:31 {13}
15. The Streets – Fit But You Know It 3:06 {4}
16. D12 – My Band 5:00 {2}
17. J-Kwon – Tipsy 3:33 {4}
18. Jay-Z – 99 Problems 3:54 {12}
19. Scissor Sisters – Take Your Mama 4:32 {17}
20. Boogie Pimps – Sunny 3:01 {10}
21. Victoria Beckham – Let Your Head Go 3:42 {3}
22. Emma – Crickets Sing For Anamaria 2:46 {15}
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Total time: 1:19:57

Overall Rating: 3/10 Extremely Poor
2004 was on of the worst recalled years in music for me. I never really enjoyed much of the music in the charts that year, and what this volume represents is much of what was lacking at that time, and one of those things was dance music which had been replaced by a high increase in urban music available. The publicity stunt pulled by Eamon and Fankee to each get corresponding #1 singles was such a joke it was embarrassing to see both "songs" feature on Disc 1 of this volume. One of my least liked volumes from the entire series.

Andrew's Best 5 (as of September 2017)
1. Shapeshifters – Lola's Theme
2. Outkast – Hey Ya
3. O-Zone – Dragostea Din Tei
4. VS – Call U Sexy
5. Christina Milian – Dip It Low

Andrew's Worst 5 (as of September 2017)
1. Gabrielle – Stay The Same
2. Joss Stone – Super Duper Love
3. Eamon – F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)
4. Frankee – F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back)
5. Blue – Bubblin'


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    Other Omissions
4-4-2 – Come On England {2}
Elvis Presley – That's All Right {3}
Morrissey – Irish Blood English Heart {3}
Outkast – Roses {4}
Will Young – Friday's Child {4}
The Farm feat. S.F.X. Boys Choir – All Together Now 2004 {5}
Brandy feat. Kanye West – Talk About Our Love {6}
Faithless – Mass Destruction {7}
Jessica Simpson – With You {7}
Marillion – You're Gone {7}
Wolfman feat. Pete Doherty – For Lovers {7}
Beastie Boys – Ch-Check It Out {8}
Shaznay Lewis – Never Felt Like This Before {8}
HIM – Solitary Man {9}
Twisted X – Born In England {9}
Girls Of FHM – Do Ya Think I'm Sexy {10}
Kanye West feat. Syleena Johnson – All Falls Down {10}
Agnetha Faltskog – If I Ever Thought You'd Change Your Mind {11}
Flip & Fill feat. Karen Perry – Discoland {11}
ATL – Calling All Girls {12}
Pet Shop Boys – Flamboyant {12}
Phixx – Wild Boys {12}
Ash – Orpheus {13}
James Fox – Hold On To Our Love {13}
JC Chasez – Some Girls / Blowin' Me Up {13}
Paul Weller – The Bottle {13}
The Calling – Our Lives {13}
Candee Jay – If I Were You {14}
Gunther & The Sunshine Girls – Ding Dong Song {14}
Pop – Heaven And Earth {14}
Sarah Connor – Bounce {14}
Hope Of The States – The Red The White The Black The Blue {15}
Janet Jackson – Just A Little While {15}
Slipknot – Duality {15}
Jet – Are You Gonna Be My Girl {16}
Michelle – The Meaning Of Love {16}
Muse – Sing For Absolution {16}


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This is the time where I started watching more music channels, Lolas Theme was everywhere and I liked that (thinking it was a keep fit themed song by a girlband back then considering the group name and the lyrics 'I'm a different person' and like it even more now but I go with Now We Are Free, one of the last trance songs to do well in the UK chart and I remember it from the time and liked it. I Like It is fantastic also.

For CD 2 the section is weaker but I go with Dragostea Din Tei, it was everywhere at the time and I really liked it at the time. It is probably my favourite foreign language song to make the UK chart for me.

The album art isn't too bad.


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The first ever now album I owned <3 <3

Disc 1:
Dip it low is a bop and Left outside alone is an 11/10 track but it can't be anything but my favourite song when i was younger, Some Girls wub.gif I would listen to it 24/7 and it still sounds so good nowadays, a perfect pop song heart.gif

Disc 2:
Dragostea Din Tei & Five Colours In My Hair are massive bops and childhood faves but once again my favourite is the track #1, everytime heart.gif one of Britney's best songs and an utterly stunning ballad that hits me hard every time I listen <3
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It's the what-I-call 'Now 45' dilemma. Just how do you follow one of your favourite volumes of Now? With something of equal standing, that's how. I'm sad 2004 wasn't one of your favourite years when it was one of mine Andrew, but I totally get why you feel that way.

I once said that I loved 2004 music wise because of what I was discovering and into at that time, rather than what was actually at number one. The same is true of 2005. I agree with you when I say I don't for example have any time for the Eamon or Frankee 'saga'. Biggest waste of a seven week run at number one ever. See also a couple of autumn number ones that we don't meet till next week (although I suspect you'll be picking one of these as your favourite for that volume, so I'll say no more for now).

I believe they're beach parasols and not umbrellas on the cover either, just a stickler there. Still, a great volume for me, if not as flawless as 57 was, and the start of several of my all time favourites appearing on the Now volumes. Here's my top 5 from each:

Now 58 Top 5
CD1
1. Rachel Stevens (now I do like the Shapeshifters record with hindsight. But if I'm totally honest I'd have preferred to see this at number one. Working with Richard X temporarily halted the bad fortunes of 'Funky Dory' for Rachel and deservedly so. A stone cold electro pop classic from this year)
2. Jamelia (you can totally tell Chris Martin wrote and produced this one. I dare say the best single she ever released)
3. Outkast (why it took until this volume for 'Hey Ya' to appear I don't know. Still a blindingly good one this, even now at a club everyone goes mental for it)
4. Scissor Sisters (I remember watching them promote the original release of this on Popworld before they got their breakthrough, was delighted when they re-released it thus. Like the most fabulous merging of Supertramp and Elton John ever committed to record)
5. Keane (really loved the first Keane album, truly spectacular record. Even if this song always makes me cry a bit)

CD2
1. Girls Aloud (aka the point where I signed up fully paid to the Girls Aloud fan club. Their second album was such a turning point for them and this single was just the start of it. I remember them performing it on CD:UK for the first time like it was yesterday)
2. Busted (for me, as we have only one more appearance in the Now volumes to come from them, the last truly great single they released before they split. Totally awesome mix of pop punk stylings and the cheekiness of their first album)
3. McFly (truly great debut single from one of my all time favourite bands. The 60s surf guitar stylings on this are divine. And written about Sooz from 'As If'. Can't say fairer than that)
4. Kylie Minogue (another great single from the 'Body Language' album. I loved the video for this one as well. Very early 70s)
5. Nina Sky (one of my favourite one hit wonders of the 00s this. A little sound of summer that when you listen to it now was almost like a blueprint for someone we'd be meeting in about four volumes from now. I'll leave you to guess who)

Loved Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Scissor Sisters, The Killers, The 411 and The Corrs on your disc 3 Andrew smile.gif Will Young, Pet Shop Boys, and also Shaznay Lewis whom you missed out on with 'Never Felt Like This Before', would've been my picks for it.
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Organising the plug playlist now, normally wouldn't ask this but as there's so many expletives, would people prefer the clean or dirty versions of Eamon/Frankee??
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QUOTE(danG @ Sep 11 2017, 12:56 PM) *
Organising the plug playlist now, normally wouldn't ask this but as there's so many expletives, would people prefer the clean or dirty versions of Eamon/Frankee??


Clean for the Eamon one, I actually really like the 'ahh' sound effect in the Eamon clean version that is used instead of the word 'h*e'!

The Dirty version for the Frankee one, the gaps in the clean Frankee version are too long and it ruins the flow of the song I think!


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Flip & Fill feat. Karen Perry – Discoland {11}
Candee Jay – If I Were You {14}
Gunther & The Sunshine Girls – Ding Dong Song {14}


Wow these are three very cheesy but good dance songs, 2004 was a big time for cheesy dance music, with 'Feelin' Fine', 'You're Shining', 'Come With Me' and 'Hungry Eyes' also reasonably big hits that year.

I wish for Now 58 that 'If I Were You' by Candee Jay was included as I really like that one, has a very nostalgic sound listening to it now.


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QUOTE(danG @ Sep 11 2017, 12:56 PM) *
Organising the plug playlist now, normally wouldn't ask this but as there's so many expletives, would people prefer the clean or dirty versions of Eamon/Frankee??

No preference as both are awful in my opinion.
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QUOTE(Big Hiss Machine @ Sep 11 2017, 01:01 PM) *
Clean for the Eamon one, I actually really like the 'ahh' sound effect in the Eamon clean version that is used instead of the word 'h*e'!

The Dirty version for the Frankee one, the gaps in the clean Frankee version are too long and it ruins the flow of the song I think!

I'd prefer to be consistent. My personal preference is the dirty versions so it'll be those unless enough people object to them.
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QUOTE(ⓐⓦⓐⓡ^ @ Sep 11 2017, 01:27 PM) *
No preference as both are awful in my opinion.


Same, I'll be hitting the Snooze button on both biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(ThePensmith @ Sep 11 2017, 06:47 AM) *
Will Young, Pet Shop Boys, and also Shaznay Lewis whom you missed out on with 'Never Felt Like This Before', would've been my picks for it.

Oh I did put Shaznay Lewis on my Disc 3 originally, but removed it in favour of another one and forgot to add it back to the omissions list so thanks for reminding me! biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(ⓐⓦⓐⓡ^ @ Sep 11 2017, 02:31 PM) *
Oh I did put Shaznay Lewis on my Disc 3 originally, but removed it in favour of another one and forgot to add it back to the omissions list so thanks for reminding me! biggrin.gif


You're welcome biggrin.gif I've chosen her for my warm up track for this week (and another from disc 3. I'll let you guess which one).
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Can we play 'If I Were You' by Candee Jay on plug between the two CDs as the interval track. Its just there are few dance tracks on this Now album and I think that would be a good one to have as the interval one.
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QUOTE(Big Hiss Machine @ Sep 11 2017, 03:26 PM) *
Can we play 'If I Were You' by Candee Jay on plug between the two CDs as the interval track. Its just there are few dance tracks on this Now album and I think that would be a good one to have as the interval one.

If you come online on Wednesday we usually have about an hour of everyone playing their favourite omissions from that volume, so pop along and you can play us Candee Jay for sure! happy.gif
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QUOTE(danG @ Sep 11 2017, 12:56 PM) *
Organising the plug playlist now, normally wouldn't ask this but as there's so many expletives, would people prefer the clean or dirty versions of Eamon/Frankee??


Explicit versions for both! Just go all out.
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I love NOW 58. It's filled with such nostalgic pop bops. I gave it a 7/10 because whilst it contains so many amazing songs, the other songs weigh it down majorly. But this is album I would never skip a song on.
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Got some good omissions to play on plug this evening, some great ones that you missed Wardy! Though they didn't necessarily chart high enough for you to include them I suppose tongue.gif
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Artwork - 8/10 not a fan of the refelctive parts of the artwork but it is very good.
Disc 1 - Eamon – F**k It (I Don't Want You Back) // Such a tune I prefer this to the answer track wub.gif
Disc 2 - Britney Spears - Everytime // Such a beautiful and heartfelt ballad heart.gif
Overall - 9/10
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