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Released: 15th November 2004
Origin: United Kingdom
Label: Virgin / EMI / Universal
Format: Double CD, Double Cassette
Duration: 2:36:28 (156 minutes 28 seconds)
Tracks: 43
#1’s: 7
Chart Peak: #1 (7 weeks)
Sales: 1,045,000 (4x Platinum)
    Tracklisting
1. Blue – Curtain Falls 3:40 {4}
2. Maroon 5 – She Will Be Loved 4:17 {4}
3. Natasha Bedingfield – These Words 3:36 {1}
4. Robbie Williams – Radio 3:50 {1}
5. Busted – Thunderbirds Are Go 3:10 {1}
6. Eric Prydz – Call On Me 2:49 {1}
7. Girls Aloud – Love Machine 3:26 {2}
8. McFly – Obviously 3:19 {1}
9. Rachel Stevens – More, More, More 2:46 {3}
10. Darius – Kinda Love 3:15 {8}
11. V – Hip To Hip 3:32 {5}
12. JoJo – Leave (Get Out) 4:52 {2}
13. Jay Sean – Stolen 3:59 {4}
14. Scissor Sisters – Mary 4:39 {14}
15. Keane – Bedshaped 4:36 {10}
16. The Libertines – Can't Stand Me Now 3:26 {2}
17. Hoobastank – The Reason 3:53 {12}
18. Embrace – Gravity 4:37 {7}
19. Lucie Silvas – What You're Made Of 4:13 {7}
20. Ronan Keating – I Hope You Dance 3:35 {2}
21. Duncan James & Keedie – I Believe My Heart 3:58 {2}
22. Daniel Bedingfield – Nothing Hurts Like Love 3:05 {3}
23. Jamelia – Stop 3:38 {9}
24. R. Kelly – Happy People 4:59 {6}
25. Nelly – My Place 4:31 {1}
26. Black Eyed Peas – Let's Get It Started 3:38 {11}
27. Kelis feat. Andrι 3000 – Millionaire 3:45 {3}
28. 3 Of A Kind – Baby Cakes 2:34 {1}
29. Khia – My Neck My Back (Lick It) (Kardinal Beats Clean Radio Edit) 3:02 {4}
30. Ice Cube feat. Mack 10 & Ms. Top – You Can Do It (2004) 4:19 {2}
31. Joss Stone – You Had Me 4:00 {9}
32. Christina Milian feat. Joe Budden – Whatever U Want 3:44 {9}
33. Sugababes – Caught In A Moment 4:20 {8}
34. The Pirates feat. Enya, Shola Ama, Naila Boss & Ishani – You Should Really Know 3:20 {8}
35. Houston feat. Chingy, Nate Dogg & I-20 – I Like That 3:57 {11}
36. Mousse T feat. Emma Lanford – Is It Cos I'm Cool? 3:47 {9}
37. Deep Dish – Flashdance 3:15 {3}
38. Angel City feat. Lara McAllen – Do You Know (I Go Crazy) 2:59 {8}
39. Michael Gray – The Weekend 3:11 {7}
40. Intenso Project feat. Lisa Scott-Lee – Get It On 2:46 {23}
41. Dannii Minogue vs. Flower Power – You Won't Forget About Me 3:43 {7}
42. Danzel – Pump It Up 2:33 {11}
43. Eyeopener – Hungry Eyes 2:48 {16}

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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: Eric Prydz – Call On Me (5 weeks)
Lowest Charting Track: Intenso Project feat. Lisa Scott-Lee – Get It On {23}
Longest Song: R. Kelly – Happy People 4:59
Shortest Song: Danzel – Pump It Up 2:33
Edited Tracks: Unknown
Unedited Tracks: Unknown
Inlay Mistakes: None
Other Facts: None
    On This Day In History
No music news to report for 15th November 2004.
    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! 59 aka Now 59, was an Autumn release in 2004 featuring 43 tracks and 7 UK #1 singles of the era. This volume was the first in the series to feature Maroon 5, Natasha Bedingfield, Eric Prydz, JoJo, Lucie Silvas, Deep Dish and Michael Gray.

Another 6 #1's were available to choose from but were overlooked. These were The Streets – Dry Your Eyes, 3AM by Busted, Nelly's double A side Flap Your Wings, ex-Westlife member Brian McFadden – Real To Me, Ja Rule's only UK #1 single featuring R. Kelly and Ashanti titled Wonderful and finally Eminem with Just Lose It. Along with these omissions, we were also denied hits by Anastacia, Outkast and Britney Spears who all featured on the previous volume, as well as hits by Green Day, The 411, Duran Duran, StoneBridge, Kasabian, Destiny's Child and Avril Lavigne.

This volume marked the only occasion in the series where we saw hits from The Libertines, Hoobastank, Duncan James, 3 Of A Kind, Khia, Ice Cube, The Pirates, Houston, Danzel and Eyeopener.

Artwork Rating: 6/10 Good
I like the simplicity of this artwork. The logo seems to be set upon some ice/snow, with a pleasant dark backdrop with glowing stars. A very subtle use of colour, and a slight festive theme leading up to Christmas, and the reverse of the volume could be a close up look at a decorated Christmas tree. One of the last simple designs we would see.

Disc 1 Favourite: Eric Prydz – Call On Me
A pure workout anthem which would become Eric Prydz' biggest hit in the UK. A fresh sound from the tradition dance music around at the time, and good to see it getting to #1 for 3 weeks. Some years later I had a go at mashing this song up with Brimful Of Asha from Cornershop and it worked quite well!

Disc 2 Favourite: Michael Gray – The Weeknd
A weekend anthem to get any weekend started right with the feel good lyrics. An essential party track for any weekend playlist!

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

1. Brian McFadden – Real To Me 3:43 {1}
2. Anastacia – Sick And Tired 3:29 {4}
3. Avril Lavigne – My Happy Ending 4:02 {5}
4. Busted – 3AM 3:37 {1}
5. McFly – That Girl 3:17 {3}
6. Green Day – American Idiot 2:54 {3}
7. Kasabian – L.S.F. (Lost Souls Forever) 3:17 {10}
8. Dizzee Rascal – Stand Up Tall 3:10 {10}
9. Eminem – Just Lose It 4:08 {1}
10. D12 – How Come 4:09 {4}
11. Outkast – Roses 4:13 {4}
12. The 411 – Dumb 2:49 {3}
13. Destiny's Child – Lose My Breath 4:01 {2}
14. Britney Spears – My Prerogative 3:33 {3}
15. Duran Duran – (Reach Up For The) Sunrise 3:25 {5}
16. Lou Reed – Satellite Of Love 2004 3:02 {10}
17. Armand Van Helden – My My My 3:05 {15}
18. StoneBridge feat. Therese – Put 'Em High 3:28 {6}
19. Ja Rule feat. R. Kelly & Ashanti – Wonderful 4:31 {1}
20. Twista feat. Anthony Hamilton – Sunshine 3:44 {3}
21. Usher & Alicia Keys – My Boo 3:43 {5}
22. The Streets – Dry Your Eyes 4:31 {1}
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Total time: 1:19:51

Overall Rating: 4/10 Very Poor
There are parts of this volume which are ok at best, but the majority of the music, especially the second half of Disc 1, is just a sleep fest. There is little to get excited about, and that mostly sums up the quality of music in 2004 for me. A few needed omissions should have been included to help increase the quality. Things would at least start to get a bit better from 2005.

Andrew's Best 5 (as of September 2017)
1. Eric Prydz – Call On Me
2. Michael Gray – The Weekend
3. Black Eyed Peas – Let's Get It Started
4. Deep Dish – Flashdance
5. Kelis feat. Andrι 3000 – Millionaire

Andrew's Worst 5 (as of September 2017)
1. V – Hip To Hip
2. Joss Stone – You Had Me
3. Blue – Curtain Falls
4. Ronan Keating – I Hope You Dance
5. Intenso Project feat. Lisa Scott-Lee – Get It On


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    Other Omissions
Nelly – Flap Your Wings {1}
Manic Street Preachers – The Love Of Richard Nixon {2}
Christina Aguilera feat. Missy Elliott – Car Wash {4}
Goldie Lookin' Chain – Guns Don't Kill People Rappers Do {3}
Ashlee Simpson – Pieces Of Me {4}
R.E.M. – Leaving New York {5}
Ana Johnsson – We Are {8}
Donny Osmond – Breeze On By {8}
Morrissey – Let Me Kiss You {8}
Cliff Richard – Somethin' Is Goin' On {9}
Delta Goodrem – Out Of The Blue {9}
The Libertines – What Became Of The Likely Lads {9}
The Streets – Blinded By The Lights {10}
Brandy – Afrodisiac {11}
Groove Armada – I See You Baby {11}
Paul Weller – Wishing On A Star {11}
Darren Hayes – Pop!ular {12}
Fatboy Slim – Slash Dot Dash {12}
Good Charlotte – Predictable {12}
V – You Stood Up {12}
Jennifer Ellison – Bye Bye Bly {13}
Kristian Leontiou – Shining {13}
Lostprophets – Last Summer {13}
Marilyn Manson – Personal Jesus {13}
Beenie Man – King Of The Dancehall {14}
Dizzee Rascal – Dream {14}
Goldie Lookin Chain – Your Mother's Got A Penis {14}
Lil' Flip feat. Lea – Sunshine {14}
Muse – Butterflies And Hurricanes {14}
Peter Andre – The Right Way {14}
Status Quo – You'll Come 'Round {14}
Stellar Project feat. Brandi Emma – Get Up Stand Up {14}
Wet Wet Wet – All I Want {14}
Alcazar – This Is The World We Live In {15}
Big Brovaz – Yours Fatally {15}
Raghav feat. Jahaziel – Let's Work It Out {15}
The Music – Freedom Fighters {15}
The Rasmus – Guilty {15}
The Zutons – Don't Ever Think (Too Much) {15}
DJ Casper – Oops Upside Your Head {16}
Javine – Don't Walk Away {16}
Kanye West – Jesus Walks {16}
Kings Of Leon – The Bucket {16}
The Corrs – Angel {16}
Franz Ferdinand – Michael {17}
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Went with Flashdance from disc 2, such an underground sounding dance tune to do so well in 2004. The Hungry Eyes cover by Eyeopener at the end of disc 2 is possibly the cheesiest song to ever make a Now album! laugh.gif Nostalgic though!

Went with Call on Me from Disc 1. Trend setting, a new era of dance music was definitely beginning with this one!

Really like 'The Reason' and 'Leave (Get Out)' from Disc 1.

Stonebridge and Therese being shunned sad.gif Put Em High is brill!


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I can't think of a worse opener to a Now album than the forgettable Curtain Falls, I see it wasn't even featured in the advert laugh.gif

I'll comment more later.


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QUOTE(Big Hiss Machine @ Sep 17 2017, 07:48 PM) *
Went with Flashdance from disc 2, such an underground sounding dance tune to do so well in 2004. The Hungry Eyes cover by Eyeopener at the end of disc 2 is possibly the cheesiest song to ever make a Now album!

Went with Call on Me from Disc 1. Trend setting, a new era of dance music was definitely beginning with this one!

Stonebridge and Therese being shunned sad.gif Put Em High is brill!

Surprised you made no mention of Darius! ohmy.gif
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QUOTE(ⓐⓦⓐⓡ^ @ Sep 17 2017, 07:51 PM) *
Surprised you made no mention of Darius! ohmy.gif


I don't know that Darius one, must listen though! laugh.gif

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QUOTE(gooddelta @ Sep 17 2017, 07:50 PM) *
I can't think of a worse opener to a Now album than the forgettable Curtain Falls, I see it wasn't even featured in the advert laugh.gif

I'll comment more later.

Very true there! laugh.gif

Ironically what I did notice was included in the advert was the rather ambiguous claim that this volume contained "no filler." ohmy.gif
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Forgot to mention Do You Know (I Go Crazy) on Disc 2, brilliant tune too! Great vocal version of Robert Miles' Children.

Just noticed they left out Armand van Helden - My My My sad.gif They would also leave out the second version that charted with Tara McDonald on Now 64.


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I'm just glad they left out the terrible act Goldie Lookin' Chain!
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You got there in the end Andrew. 2005 is almost upon you again biggrin.gif

One of the best winter Nows for me this volume. The side is only let down slightly by a filler-ish CD2, but CD1 is packed with several of my favourite singles of 2004 which more than makes up for it. I love the artwork as well, bit of a Northern lights theme going on. I've kind of exhausted all my praise on 2004 over the last two weeks, so all I will add really is that of the songs that actually hit #1 this year, I can count the ones I actually love on one hand. (Rough translation: I'm muting 'Call on Me' on the Plug.dj when it comes on. Most pointless dance number one of its time for me. And 'Baby Cakes'. Soz in advance Andrew)

Anyway. Top 5s as always:

CD1
1. McFly (asking me to choose between this and 'Love Machine' is like asking me to pick a favourite child. But I went for this one in the end solely because it silenced their critics who said they only got to number one with '5 Colours' because of the Busted connection. Just a really great pop single this, and one of their finest)
2. Girls Aloud (Eric Prydz robbed this of number one in my view. I actually thought they'd gone mad when I first heard this, but by the time it was released it was one of their best singles for me. With that dance routine and that chorus and that guitar riff, it was to them what 'Tragedy' was to Steps)
3. V (aka the only time Xenomania collaborated with a boyband and hit paydirt. Such a feel good, summery song. The fact V weren't bigger is criminal in my view. Being launched at the same time as McFly probably didn't help)
4. Scissor Sisters (stunning fourth single this. Jake and Ana sound incredible here, and I'm gutted this wasn't a number one because it sounded like it could've been in my view)
5. Keane (another flawless single from their debut. Again great vocals from Tom Chaplin)

CD2
1. Sugababes (as I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, one of those Sugababes singles that seems to be far less remembered than some of their bigger hits, particularly those that didn't deserve it. This however deserved far better than #8 and an in-out chart performance. Lushly harmonised and orchestrated. Props to Heidi's vocal on this in particular)
2. Kelis and Andre 3000 (awesome collaboration this. Love Andre's rap especially)
3. Mousse T and Emma Lanford (I always found it bizarre how Mousse T took until 6-7 years after 'Horny' to follow up its success. But a great effort nonetheless, one of the better dance records of that time)
4. Deep Dish (one of the few 'looping house' records sampling an 80s hit I had any time for. It had class that was leagues above the others)
5. Dannii Minogue vs Flower Power (one of Dannii's best singles for me this. Again deserved to be bigger than it was)

Loved the McFly, Streets and Destiny's Child singles on disc 3 - the latter two a glaring omission in my view. My picks from the omissions: Ashlee Simpson, V, The Corrs, Delta Goodrem, Marilyn Manson, Brandy, Kristian Leontiou, Goldie Lookin' Chain and The Zutons.


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Bit of a poor Now. Went for Scissor Sisters - Mary (Keane Bedshaped a close second then GA Love Machine) and Dannii on Disc 2
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I'll be hosting the Now 59 listen through tomorrow evening on plug. I'll be starting at 7:30pm with pre-party from 6:30-45ish for people to play whatever they fancy or some omissions from the album. Hopefully see some of you there smile.gif
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I'll be there around 20:00 ~
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See you tomorrow guys! Got some corkers lined up for the pre-party!
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Won't be available all night to come on plug, but hopefully I will be able to come for the pre party and will look forward to playing a few dance songs from the time that made the chart that were omitted from the album and hearing some other tracks from the time that I may have forgotten being played.

Hopefully I can come again for some bits of the main playthrough, like the end of disc 2 which is brilliant.


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I've been thinking a lot about this Now quite recently. I bought it from the pound shop as it'sbalways been on of my fave nows. Not amazing, but extremely nostalgic. The tracklisting is a MESS though. So I decided to re-order it a bit.

They had 4 exclusives (i.e. Songs that hadn't charted yet)

- Blue [Released: 15th November]
- Ice Cube [Released: 6th December]
- Intenso Project feat. Lisa Scott-Lee [Released: 29th November]
- Eyeopener [Released: 15th November]

With that in mind, here is what I would've used as the tracklisting: (with how many weeks they were in the chart, before Now 59 was released)

Disc 01
01. Natasha Bedingfield - These Words {#1 - 2 Weeks} 12/13 Weeks
02. Busted - Thunderbirds (Are Go) {#1 - 1 Week} Full 13 Weeks
03. McFly - Obviously {#1 - 1 Week} Full 13 Weeks
04. Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved {#4} Full 10 Weeks
05. Blue - Curtain Falls {NYC} EXCLUSIVE
06. Girls Aloud - Love Machine {#2} 8/10 Weeks
07. JoJo - Leave (Get Out) {#2} Full 8 Weeks
08. Daniel Bedingfield - Nothing Hurts Like Love {#3} 2/8 Weeks
09. Robbie Williams - Radio {#1 - 1 Week} 5/8 Weeks
10. Rachel Stevens - More, More, More {#3} 5/8 Weeks
11. Darius - Kinda Love {#8} 3/7 Weeks
12. V - Hip To Hip {#5} Full 6 Weeks
13. Libertines - Can't Stand Me Now {#2} Full 6 Weeks
14. Embrace - Ashes {#7} Full 7 Weeks
15. Scissor Sisters - Mary {#14} 4/6 Weeks
16. Keane - Bedshaped {#10} Full 7 Weeks
17. Hoobastank - The Reason {#12} Full 7 Weeks
18. Sugababes - Caught In A Moment {#8} Full 8 Weeks
19. Lucie Silvas - What You're Made Of {#7} 5/7 Weeks
20. Duncan James & Keedie - I Believe My Heart {#2} 4/7 Weeks
21. Ronan Keating - I Hope You Dance {#2} 6/7 Weeks

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Disc 02
01. Eric Prydz - Call On Me {#1 - 5 Weeks} 8/25 Weeks
02. 3 Of A Kind - Baby Cakes {#1 - 1 Week} 13/14 Weeks
03. Nelly - My Place {#1 - 1 Week} 10/11 Weeks
04. Kelis feat. Andre 3000 - Millionaire {#3} 3/12 Weeks
05. Khia - My Neck, My Back (Lick It) {#4} 5/14 Weeks
06. Ice Cube feat. Mack 10 & Ms. Toi - You Can Do It (2004) {NYC} EXCLUSIVE
07. R Kelly - Happy People {#3} 3/11 Weeks
08. Jamelia - Stop {#09} 1/12 Weeks
09. Black Eyed Peas - Lets Get It Started {#11} Full 10 Weeks
10. Christina Milian feat. Joe Budden - Whatever U Want {#9} 5/7 Weeks
11. Jay Sean - Stolen {#4} 1/6 Weeks
12. Deep Dish - Flashdance {#3} 6/16 Weeks
13. Michael Gray - The Weekend {#7} 1/14 Weeks
14. Eyeopener - Hungry Eyes {NYC} EXCLUSIVE
15. Intenso Project feat. Lisa Scott-Lee - Get It On {NYC} EXCLUSIVE
16. Danzel - Pump It Up {#11} 2/8 Weeks
17. Dannii Minogue vs. Flower Power - You Won't Forget About Me {#7} 2/5 Weeks
18. Angel City feat. Lara McAllen - Do You Know (I Go Crazy) {#8} 5/7 Weeks
19. Houston feat. Chingy, Nate Dogg & I-20 - I Like That {#11} Full 6 Weeks
20. Mousse T feat. Emma Lanford - Is It Cos I'm Cool? {#9} Full 9 Weeks
21. Joss Stone - You Had Me {#9} Full 8 Weeks
22. The Pirates feat. Enya, Shola Ama, Naila Boss & Ishani - You Should Really Know {#8} Full 8 Weeks

I really think that would've been a far stronger and more representative order of the tracklisting. No Blue or Daniel flipping Bedingfield as track 1. Instead we have the other Bedingfield and Eric Prydz mobster smash.
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In regards to the poll my choices were:

Cover - Think I put 8
Disc 1 - Hoobastank - The Reason
Disc 2 - Christina Milian feat. Joe Budden - Whatever U Want
Overall - 7/10 (I think)
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