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Now That's What I Call Music! 15
     

Now That's What I Call Music! 15

 
Now, Vol. 15 compiles some of the hottest pop, rock, R&B, and hip-hop hits of early 2004, including Britney's infectious "Toxic," No Doubt's flawless cover of Talk Talk's "It's My Life," R. Kelly's danceable "Step in the Name of Love," Jay-Z's jiggy "Change Clothes," and Norah Jones's wistful "Sunrise."

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Now, Vol. 15 compiles some of the hottest pop, rock, R&B, and hip-hop hits of early 2004, including Britney's infectious "Toxic," No Doubt's flawless cover of Talk Talk's "It's My Life," R. Kelly's danceable "Step in the Name of Love," Jay-Z's jiggy "Change Clothes," and Norah Jones's wistful "Sunrise."

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A quick look through the track listing of Now, Vol. 15 confirms that this volume is well in line with the mission statement of this long-running series -- to cherry-pick a wide range of pop hits from the last few months before the disc's release. This time around, that big-tent philosophy opens the door to fans of bubblegum diva Britney Spears ("Toxic"), reality TV spouses Jessica Simpson ("With You") and Nick Lachey ("This I Swear"), and lollipop punks blink-182 ("Feelin' It") and Good Charlotte ("Hold On"). Hip-hop fans get their due with cuts by Ludacris ("Stand Up"), Chingy ("Holidae In"), and Westside Connection ("Gangsta Nation"). Of course, Now, Vol. 15 wouldn't be complete without Norah Jones ("Sunrise"), the critical and commercial juggernaut of 2004.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/23/2004
Label:
Now Hits Collections
UPC:
0724357699020
catalogNumber:
76990

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