Totally Hits 2002

Totally Hits 2002

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Totally Hits 2002, the fifth volume in the platinum-selling compilation series, gathers 20 of 2002's biggest hit singles -- spanning pop, modern rock, R&B, hip-hop, dance, and adult contemporary. Among the multiplatinum artists and groups featured are Alanis Morissette, Alicia Keys ("A Woman's Worth"), Brandy ("What About Us?"), Busta Rhymes ("Pass theSee more details below

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Totally Hits 2002, the fifth volume in the platinum-selling compilation series, gathers 20 of 2002's biggest hit singles -- spanning pop, modern rock, R&B, hip-hop, dance, and adult contemporary. Among the multiplatinum artists and groups featured are Alanis Morissette, Alicia Keys ("A Woman's Worth"), Brandy ("What About Us?"), Busta Rhymes ("Pass the Courvoisier Pt. II, featuring P. Diddy), and P.O.D ("Youth of a Nation").

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Warner Music Group/BMG's Totally Hits 2002 was released just as 2002 was hitting its midway point, so it can't be said that it has all of the biggest hits of the year -- after all, the year still had seven months remaining. That said, this does an excellent job of summarizing the biggest hits of the first five months of the year, plus singles that were big in the last few months of 2001. The track listing is balanced pretty evenly between hip-hop, pop, R&B, and rock, with urban soul and rap having just a slight edge -- but that's because that's the genre with the best singles during this time. Some of these songs will likely be seen as singles that recall their time more than transcend it, but there are several great singles here -- Tweet's sexy "Oops (Oh My)," Pink's storming "Get the Party Started," Michelle Branch's sweetly anthemic "Everywhere," Jewel's best single "Standing Still," LeAnn Rimes' fine crossover attempt "Cant' Fight the Moonlight," Outkast's "The Whole World," Fat Joe's "What's Love," and Alanis Morissette's "Hands Clean." Few listeners will likely like every song here, but this captures the times very well, and there are certainly enough highlights to make this a good aural scrapbook.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/04/2002
Label:
Warner StraT. MKT.
UPC:
0081227819224
catalogNumber:
78192

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Busta Rhymes   Track Performer
OutKast   Track Performer
Faith Evans   Track Performer
Fat Joe   Track Performer
LeAnn Rimes   Track Performer
Pharrell Williams   Track Performer
Natalie Imbruglia   Track Performer
Craig David   Track Performer
Jaheim   Track Performer
Killer Mike   Track Performer
Michelle Branch   Track Performer
Fabolous   Track Performer
Puff Daddy   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Marc Tanner   Producer
Howard Benson   Producer
Cutfather   Producer
Isaac Hayes   Composer
Trevor Horn   Producer
Dann Huff   Producer
Greg Hunt   Engineer
Steve MacMillan   Engineer
Rick Parashar   Producer
Linda Perry   Composer,Producer
Trevor Smith   Composer
Ian Stanley   Producer
Tim Weidner   Engineer
Alanis Morissette   Composer,Producer
Faith Evans   Composer
Gary Leach   Engineer
Timbaland   Producer
John Shanks   Producer
Mark Hill   Producer
Irv Gotti   Producer
Graham Stack   Remixing
Pharrell Williams   Composer
Anthony Best   Composer
Chad Hugo   Composer
Jennifer Lopez   Composer
Austin Deptula   Engineer
Bobby Springsteen   Composer
Alicia Keys   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Erika Rose   Composer
Michael Render   Composer

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