Now That's What I Call Music! 29 (UK series)

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This article describes the 29th album in the UK Now! series. It should not be confused with identically-numbered albums from other Now! series. For more information, see Now That's What I Call Music! 29 and Now That's What I Call Music! discography.
Now That's What I Call Music! 29
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 14 November 1994
Recorded 1969, 1987, 1991, 1993, 1994
Genre Pop, rock, indie, reggae, rhythm and blues, dance, new wave
Length 2:28:34
Label Virgin / EMI / Polygram
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music! 28
(1994)
Now That's What I Call Music! 29
(1994)
Now That's What I Call Music! 30
(1995)

Now That's What I Call Music! 29 or Now 29 was released in 1994. The album is the 29th edition of the (UK) Now! series. This was the first of the series to be released on double CD in a single CD-sized case. All previous double-CD releases were in a double-sized case. The compilation was also available on vinyl & cassette formats. At the time of this release, it was the biggest selling Now! album ever, selling over 1.5 million copies and the first one to go 5x platinum.[citation needed]

Now 29 features three songs which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart: "Baby Come Back", "Sure" and "Saturday Night".

The Cyndi Lauper song "Hey Now (Girls Just Wanna Have Fun)" previously appeared on Now 2 in its original form.

Track listing[edit]

CD/Record/Tape 1[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Baby Come Back"   Pato Banton with Robin Campbell and Ali Campbell 3:50
2. "Hey Now (Girls Just Wanna Have Fun)"   Cyndi Lauper 3:40
3. "Baby, I Love Your Way"   Big Mountain 4:00
4. "Sure"   Take That 3:42
5. "Sweetness"   Michelle Gayle 3:35
6. "Saturday Night"   Whigfield 4:06
7. "Another Night"   MC Sar & The Real McCoy 3:38
8. "Rhythm of the Night"   Corona 3:26
9. "True Faith '94"   New Order 4:27
10. "Right Beside You"   Sophie B. Hawkins 4:46
11. "7 Seconds"   Youssou N'Dour featuring Neneh Cherry 4:00
12. "Stay (I Missed You)"   Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories 2:59
13. "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm"   Crash Test Dummies 3:15
14. "We Have All the Time in the World"   Louis Armstrong 3:13
15. "Know By Now"   Robert Palmer 4:00
16. "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?"   R.E.M. 3:59
17. "Cigarettes & Alcohol"   Oasis 4:50
18. "Love Is Strong"   The Rolling Stones 3:47
19. "Zombie"   The Cranberries 4:12

CD/Record/Tape 2[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Around the World"   East 17 4:35
2. "Compliments on Your Kiss"   Red Dragon featuring Brian and Tony Gold 3:30
3. "Gal Wine"   Chaka Demus and Pliers 3:55
4. "She's Got That Vibe"   R. Kelly 3:53
5. "Midnight at the Oasis"   Brand New Heavies 3:42
6. "Stars"   China Black 4:15
7. "What's Going On"   Music Relief 3:52
8. "The Power of Love"   Celine Dion 4:45
9. "Confide in Me"   Kylie Minogue 4:24
10. "Sly"   Massive Attack 4:04
11. "So Good"   Eternal 3:48
12. "Some Girls"   Ultimate KAOS 3:35
13. "Can You Feel It?"   Reel 2 Real featuring The Mad Stuntman 3:46
14. "Incredible"   M Beat featuring General Levy 4:15
15. "Trouble"   Shampoo 3:19
16. "Parklife"   Blur featuring Phil Daniels 3:06
17. "I Love Saturday"   Erasure 3:59
18. "When Do I Get to Sing "My Way""   Sparks 3:52
19. "I Want the World"   2wo Third3 3:47

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