Now That's What I Call Music! 61 (UK series)

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Now That's What I Call Music! Volume 61
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 25 July 2005
Recorded 1972, 2004, 2005
Genre Pop
Length 2:36
Label EMI / Virgin / Universal
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 60
(2005)
Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 61
(2005)
Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 62
(2005)

Now That's What I Call Music! 61 or Now 61 was released on 25 July 2005, on audio cassette and Compact Disc. The album is the 61st edition of the Now! series in the UK.

Now 61 features seven songs which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart: "You're Beautiful", "Ghetto Gospel", "Lyla", "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own", "Lonely", "Axel F" and "You've Got a Friend".

It sold 310,236 copies in its first week, the highest opening tally of the three albums in the series released that year.[1]

Track listing[edit]

CD/Tape 1[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "You're Beautiful"   James Blunt 3:21
2. "Ghetto Gospel"   2Pac featuring Elton John 3:58
3. "Speed of Sound"   Coldplay 4:23
4. "Feel Good Inc."   Gorillaz featuring De La Soul 3:37
5. "Don't Phunk with My Heart"   The Black Eyed Peas 4:05
6. "Shot You Down"   Audio Bullys featuring Nancy Sinatra 2:55
7. "They"   Jem 3:13
8. "Shiver"   Natalie Imbruglia 3:45
9. "Other Side of the World"   KT Tunstall 3:30
10. "Lyla"   Oasis 5:11
11. "Somewhere Else"   Razorlight 3:15
12. "I Like the Way"   Bodyrockers 3:17
13. "Everyday I Love You Less and Less"   Kaiser Chiefs 3:38
14. "Jerk It Out"   Caesars 3:16
15. "Smile Like You Mean It"   The Killers 3:55
16. "Hard to Beat"   Hard-Fi 4:12
17. "Beverly Hills"   Weezer 3:16
18. "Lonely No More"   Rob Thomas 3:47
19. "Forever Lost"   The Magic Numbers 4:02
20. "Good People"   Jack Johnson 3:31
21. "Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own"   U2 4:44

CD/Tape 2[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Lonely"   Akon 3:36
2. "Let Me Love You"   Mario 4:09
3. "Rich Girl"   Gwen Stefani featuring Eve 3:58
4. "Switch"   Will Smith 3:37
5. "Roc Ya Body (Mic Check 1 2)"   M.V.P. 3:31
6. "It's Like That"   Mariah Carey 3:24
7. "'N' Dey Say"   Nelly 3:29
8. "Slow Down"   Bobby Valentino 4:20
9. "Again"   Faith Evans 3:25
10. "Don't Cha Wanna Ride"   Joss Stone 3:32
11. "The Avenue"   Roll Deep 3:36
12. "Crazy Chick"   Charlotte Church 3:09
13. "So Good"   Rachel Stevens 3:15
14. "Nasty Girl"   Inaya Day 2:51
15. "Say Hello"   Deep Dish 3:08
16. "So Much Love to Give"   Freeloaders featuring The Real Thing 3:09
17. "Giving You Up"   Kylie Minogue 3:31
18. "Wake Me Up"   Girls Aloud 3:29
19. "Axel F"   Crazy Frog 2:49
20. "Avenues and Alleyways"   Tony Christie 3:19
21. "You've Got a Friend"   McFly 4:31
22. "Proud"   Heather Small 4:30

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Alan Jones (28 November 2005). "Madonna stays at the summit of the UK charts". Music Week.