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NOW Music is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - and the second to celebrate the '90s, NOW - Yearbook 1990; 79 tracks from a fantastic year in Pop! Kicking us off with the rewind back to 1990 are iconic legends George Michael with 'Praying For Time', and Elton John with his #1 single 'Sacrifice', followed by Roxette's 'It Must Have Been Love' from the soundtrack to 'Pretty Woman'. Disc One includes #1s from New Order, New Kids On The Block, Steve Miller Band, and The Beautiful South, as well as Pop smashes from The KLF, The B-52's, Kylie Minogue, Whitney Houston Kim Appleby, and concluding with the theme from Twin Peaks, Julee Cruise's 'Falling', Chris Isaak with 'Wicked Game' and Pet Shop Boys defining 'Being Boring'. Dance floor-fillers kick off Disc 2 from Deee-Lite with 'Groove Is In The Heart', #1s from SNAP!, and from Adamski & Seal plus club classics from Bass-O-Matic and Adventures Of Stevie V with 'Dirty Cash (Money Talks)', plus the unexpected collaboration between DNA & Suzanne Vega. British R&B legends Innocence and Soul II Soul appear ahead of a run of Indie-Alt legends including Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses, The Charlatans, Primal Scream and The Cure - before finishing on Candy Flip's cover of 'Strawberry Fields Forever', and 'All Together Now' from The Farm. Disc 3 opens with the still-breathtaking interpretation of Prince's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' from Sinéad O'Connor. Up next are film related hits; Maria McKee's 'Show Me Heaven', from the 'Days Of Thunder' soundtrack, and the 'Young Guns II' track 'Blaze Of Glory' from Jon Bon Jovi. Faith No More had their UK Top 40 Chart debut with 'Epic', and the Grammy Award-winning US #1 for Alannah Myles 'Black Velvet' appears, alongside huge US artists Cher, Heart, and 1990's biggest US hit from Wilson Phillips... and there's still room for Pop-Reggae from UB40 and Maxi Priest, and the huge Rap debut from M.C. Hammer and a further two #1 singles - both debuts - from Partners In Kryme with 'Turtle Power' and Vanilla Ice with 'Ice Ice Baby'. The tenth consecutive Top 10 hit for Pet Shop Boys 'So Hard' opens the final disc, followed by the superb cover of the Disco classic 'You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)' from Jimmy Somerville, before a second appearance from Kylie Minogue with her Disco anthem 'Step Back In Time' and one of Stock, Aitken & Waterman's greatest dancefloor tracks 'Happenin' All Over Again' from Lonnie Gordon. Pop/Dance gold from 49ers, Blue Pearl, and Bananarama lead into timeless Pure-Pop from Dusty Springfield, Halo James, Jason Donovan, Adam Ant, and another track from the 'Pretty Woman' soundtrack - this time from Go West before the collection winds down with two classic covers from Deacon Blue and a-ha, closing with two '60s hits that became hits once again, Bobby Vinton's 'Blue Velvet' following it's use in film, and tv commercials, and The Righteous Brothers with their rendition of 'Unchained Melody' - featured in 1990's biggest film 'Ghost' which helped catapult the song to #1, 25 years since it's initial release, when it reached #14. NOW - Yearbook 1990 - A celebration of the diversity and creativity during a stellar year in Pop.
NOW Music is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - and the second to celebrate the '90s, NOW - Yearbook 1990; 79 tracks from a fantastic year in Pop! Kicking us off with the rewind back to 1990 are iconic legends George Michael with 'Praying For Time', and Elton John with his #1 single 'Sacrifice', followed by Roxette's 'It Must Have Been Love' from the soundtrack to 'Pretty Woman'. Disc One includes #1s from New Order, New Kids On The Block, Steve Miller Band, and The Beautiful South, as well as Pop smashes from The KLF, The B-52's, Kylie Minogue, Whitney Houston Kim Appleby, and concluding with the theme from Twin Peaks, Julee Cruise's 'Falling', Chris Isaak with 'Wicked Game' and Pet Shop Boys defining 'Being Boring'. Dance floor-fillers kick off Disc 2 from Deee-Lite with 'Groove Is In The Heart', #1s from SNAP!, and from Adamski & Seal plus club classics from Bass-O-Matic and Adventures Of Stevie V with 'Dirty Cash (Money Talks)', plus the unexpected collaboration between DNA & Suzanne Vega. British R&B legends Innocence and Soul II Soul appear ahead of a run of Indie-Alt legends including Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses, The Charlatans, Primal Scream and The Cure - before finishing on Candy Flip's cover of 'Strawberry Fields Forever', and 'All Together Now' from The Farm. Disc 3 opens with the still-breathtaking interpretation of Prince's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' from Sinéad O'Connor. Up next are film related hits; Maria McKee's 'Show Me Heaven', from the 'Days Of Thunder' soundtrack, and the 'Young Guns II' track 'Blaze Of Glory' from Jon Bon Jovi. Faith No More had their UK Top 40 Chart debut with 'Epic', and the Grammy Award-winning US #1 for Alannah Myles 'Black Velvet' appears, alongside huge US artists Cher, Heart, and 1990's biggest US hit from Wilson Phillips... and there's still room for Pop-Reggae from UB40 and Maxi Priest, and the huge Rap debut from M.C. Hammer and a further two #1 singles - both debuts - from Partners In Kryme with 'Turtle Power' and Vanilla Ice with 'Ice Ice Baby'. The tenth consecutive Top 10 hit for Pet Shop Boys 'So Hard' opens the final disc, followed by the superb cover of the Disco classic 'You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)' from Jimmy Somerville, before a second appearance from Kylie Minogue with her Disco anthem 'Step Back In Time' and one of Stock, Aitken & Waterman's greatest dancefloor tracks 'Happenin' All Over Again' from Lonnie Gordon. Pop/Dance gold from 49ers, Blue Pearl, and Bananarama lead into timeless Pure-Pop from Dusty Springfield, Halo James, Jason Donovan, Adam Ant, and another track from the 'Pretty Woman' soundtrack - this time from Go West before the collection winds down with two classic covers from Deacon Blue and a-ha, closing with two '60s hits that became hits once again, Bobby Vinton's 'Blue Velvet' following it's use in film, and tv commercials, and The Righteous Brothers with their rendition of 'Unchained Melody' - featured in 1990's biggest film 'Ghost' which helped catapult the song to #1, 25 years since it's initial release, when it reached #14. NOW - Yearbook 1990 - A celebration of the diversity and creativity during a stellar year in Pop.
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Format: CD
Label: UNIVERSAL UK
Rel. Date: 02/09/2024
UPC: 196588422928

Now Yearbook 1990 / Various (Spec) (Uk)
Artist: Now Yearbook 1990 / Various
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DISC: 1

1. George Michael - Praying For Time
2. Elton John - Sacrifice
3. Roxette - It Must Have Been Love
4. New Order - World In Motion
5. The KLF - What Time Is Love (Live At Trancentral)
6. The B-52's - Love Shack
7. Belinda Carlisle - (We Want) The Same Thing
8. Duran Duran - Violence Of Summer (Love's Taking Over)
9. New Kids On The Block - Hangin' Tough
10. Kylie Minogue - Better The Devil You Know
11. Kim Appleby - Don't Worry
12. Whitney Houston - I'm Your Baby Tonight
13. Sting - Englishman In New York (The Ben Liebrand Mix)
14. Paul Simon - The Obvious Child
15. Steve Miller Band - The Joker
16. The Beautiful South - A Little Time
17. Julee Cruise - Falling
18. Chris Isaak - Wicked Game
19. Pet Shop Boys - Being Boring
20. Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart
21. SNAP! - The Power
22. Adamski ; Seal - Killer
23. Mantronix ; Wondress - Got To Have Your Love
24. Bass-O-Matic - Fascinating Rhythm
25. Innocence - Natural Thing
26. Soul II Soul - A Dream's A Dream
27. DNA ; Suzanne Vega - Tom's Diner
28. The Family Stand - Ghetto Heaven
29. Adventures Of Stevie V - Dirty Cash (Money Talks)
30. Rob 'n' Raz feat. Leila K. - Got To Get
31. Guru Josh - Infinity
32. Primal Scream - Loaded
33. Happy Mondays - Step On
34. The Stone Roses - One Love
35. The Charlatans - The Only One I Know
36. The Cure - Never Enough
37. They Might Be Giants - Birdhouse In Your Soul
38. Candy Flip - Strawberry Fields Forever
39. The Farm - All Together Now
40. Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
41. Maria McKee - Show Me Heaven (From "Days Of Thunder" Soundtrack)
42. Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze Of Glory (From "Young Guns II" Soundtrack)
43. Skid Row - 18 And Life
44. Faith No More - Epic
45. Tina Turner - Steamy Windows
46. Alannah Myles - Black Velvet
47. Cher - Just Like Jesse James
48. Heart - All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You
49. Wilson Phillips - Hold On
50. Paul Young - Oh Girl
51. UB40 - Kingston Town
52. Maxi Priest - Close To You
53. Betty Boo - Where Are You Baby?
54. Paula Abdul ; The Wild Pair - Opposites Attract
55. Technotronic - Get Up (Before The Night Is Over)
56. Partners In Kryme - Turtle Power
57. M.C. Hammer - U Can't Touch This
58. Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
59. Pet Shop Boys - So Hard
60. Jimmy Somerville - You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)
61. Kylie Minogue - Step Back In Time
62. Lonnie Gordon - Happenin' All Over Again (Hip House Radio Mix)
63. 49ers - Touch Me
64. Blue Pearl - Naked In The Rain
65. Bananarama - Only Your Love
66. En Vogue - Hold On
67. Londonbeat - I've Been Thinking About You
68. The Human League - Heart Like A Wheel
69. Dusty Springfield - Reputation
70. Halo James - Could Have Told You So
71. Jason Donovan - Hang On To Your Love
72. Martika - More Than You Know
73. New Kids On The Block - Tonight
74. Adam Ant - Room At The Top
75. Go West - The King Of Wishful Thinking
76. Deacon Blue - I'll Never Fall In Love Again
77. a-ha - Crying In The Rain
78. Bobby Vinton - Blue Velvet
79. The Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody

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NOW Music is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series - and the second to celebrate the '90s, NOW - Yearbook 1990; 79 tracks from a fantastic year in Pop! Kicking us off with the rewind back to 1990 are iconic legends George Michael with 'Praying For Time', and Elton John with his #1 single 'Sacrifice', followed by Roxette's 'It Must Have Been Love' from the soundtrack to 'Pretty Woman'. Disc One includes #1s from New Order, New Kids On The Block, Steve Miller Band, and The Beautiful South, as well as Pop smashes from The KLF, The B-52's, Kylie Minogue, Whitney Houston Kim Appleby, and concluding with the theme from Twin Peaks, Julee Cruise's 'Falling', Chris Isaak with 'Wicked Game' and Pet Shop Boys defining 'Being Boring'. Dance floor-fillers kick off Disc 2 from Deee-Lite with 'Groove Is In The Heart', #1s from SNAP!, and from Adamski & Seal plus club classics from Bass-O-Matic and Adventures Of Stevie V with 'Dirty Cash (Money Talks)', plus the unexpected collaboration between DNA & Suzanne Vega. British R&B legends Innocence and Soul II Soul appear ahead of a run of Indie-Alt legends including Happy Mondays, The Stone Roses, The Charlatans, Primal Scream and The Cure - before finishing on Candy Flip's cover of 'Strawberry Fields Forever', and 'All Together Now' from The Farm. Disc 3 opens with the still-breathtaking interpretation of Prince's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' from Sinéad O'Connor. Up next are film related hits; Maria McKee's 'Show Me Heaven', from the 'Days Of Thunder' soundtrack, and the 'Young Guns II' track 'Blaze Of Glory' from Jon Bon Jovi. Faith No More had their UK Top 40 Chart debut with 'Epic', and the Grammy Award-winning US #1 for Alannah Myles 'Black Velvet' appears, alongside huge US artists Cher, Heart, and 1990's biggest US hit from Wilson Phillips... and there's still room for Pop-Reggae from UB40 and Maxi Priest, and the huge Rap debut from M.C. Hammer and a further two #1 singles - both debuts - from Partners In Kryme with 'Turtle Power' and Vanilla Ice with 'Ice Ice Baby'. The tenth consecutive Top 10 hit for Pet Shop Boys 'So Hard' opens the final disc, followed by the superb cover of the Disco classic 'You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)' from Jimmy Somerville, before a second appearance from Kylie Minogue with her Disco anthem 'Step Back In Time' and one of Stock, Aitken & Waterman's greatest dancefloor tracks 'Happenin' All Over Again' from Lonnie Gordon. Pop/Dance gold from 49ers, Blue Pearl, and Bananarama lead into timeless Pure-Pop from Dusty Springfield, Halo James, Jason Donovan, Adam Ant, and another track from the 'Pretty Woman' soundtrack - this time from Go West before the collection winds down with two classic covers from Deacon Blue and a-ha, closing with two '60s hits that became hits once again, Bobby Vinton's 'Blue Velvet' following it's use in film, and tv commercials, and The Righteous Brothers with their rendition of 'Unchained Melody' - featured in 1990's biggest film 'Ghost' which helped catapult the song to #1, 25 years since it's initial release, when it reached #14. NOW - Yearbook 1990 - A celebration of the diversity and creativity during a stellar year in Pop.
        
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