Now That's What I Call Music! 51 (UK series)

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This article describes the 51st 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! 51 and Now That's What I Call Music! discography.
Now That's What I Call Music! 51
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 25 March 2002
Recorded Various times
Genre Pop
Length 2:37
Label Virgin / EMI / Universal
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music! 50
(2001)
Now That's What I Call Music! 51
(2002)
Now That's What I Call Music! 52
(2002)

Now That's What I Call Music! 51 or Now 51 was released in 2002 on audio cassette and CD. The album is the 51st edition of the (UK) Now! series.

Now 51 features five songs which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart: "Hero", "Gotta Get Thru This", "More Than a Woman", "Somethin' Stupid" and "Have You Ever".

Track listing[edit]

CD/Tape 1[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Hero"   Enrique Iglesias 4:12
2. "Fly by II"   Blue 3:50
3. "Me Julie"   Ali G featuring Shaggy 3:47
4. "Gotta Get Thru This"   Daniel Bedingfield 2:42
5. "More Than a Woman"   Aaliyah 3:09
6. "Somethin' Stupid"   Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman 2:50
7. "The World's Greatest"   R. Kelly 3:50
8. "Have You Ever"   S Club 7 3:22
9. "Overprotected"   Britney Spears 3:18
10. "Murder on the Dancefloor"   Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:49
11. "In Your Eyes"   Kylie Minogue 3:17
12. "Point of View"   DB Boulevard 3:29
13. "Something"   Lasgo 3:37
14. "ResuRection"   PPK 3:13
15. "The Whistle Song (Blow My Whistle Baby)"   DJ Aligator 3:14
16. "True Love Never Dies"   Flip & Fill featuring Kelly Llorenna 3:27
17. "Everybody"   Hear'Say 3:54
18. "The Land of Make Believe"   Allstars 3:20
19. "A Mind of Its Own"   Victoria Beckham 3:49
20. "Words Are Not Enough"   Steps 3:24
21. "Calling"   Geri Halliwell 3:56
22. "I Will Always Love You"   Rik Waller 3:37

CD/Tape 2[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Handbags and Gladrags"   Stereophonics 4:46
2. "How You Remind Me"   Nickelback 3:44
3. "Movies"   Alien Ant Farm 3:16
4. "In Too Deep"   Sum 41 3:27
5. "Addicted to Bass"   Puretone 3:54
6. "AM to PM"   Christina Milian 3:52
7. "Always on Time"   Ja Rule featuring Ashanti 4:00
8. "Caramel"   City High featuring Eve 3:30
9. "Shoulda Woulda Coulda"   Beverley Knight 3:33
10. "Lately"   Samantha Mumba 3:54
11. "Drowning"   Backstreet Boys 4:29
12. "Dance for Me"   Mary J. Blige 3:25
13. "Crazy Rap"   Afroman 3:11
14. "Bad Babysitter"   Princess Superstar featuring High and Mighty 3:33
15. "Oi!"   Platinum 45's featuring More Fire Crew 4:32
16. "It's Love (Trippin')"   Goldtrix pts Andrea Brown 3:33
17. "Lazy"   X-Press 2 featuring David Byrne 4:12
18. "So Lonely"   Jakatta 3:32
19. "Star Guitar"   The Chemical Brothers 3:56
20. "Drifting Away"   Lange 3:26
21. "I Don't Wanna Lose My Way"   Dreamcatcher 3:16

The version of Puretone's "Addicted to Bass" is the original version that was released in Australia in 1998, rather than the Apollo 440 remix that was a hit in the UK in the year of the album's release.

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