Now That's What I Call Music! 63 (UK series)

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This article describes an album in the UK Now! series. It should not be confused with similarly or identically-titled albums belonging to different "Now!" series. For more information, see Now That's What I Call Music! discography.
Now That's What I Call Music! 63
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 10 April 2006
Recorded 1985, 2005, 2006
Genre Pop
Label EMI / Virgin / Universal
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music! 62
(2005)
Now That's What I Call Music! 63
(2006)
Now That's What I Call Music! 64
(2006)

Now That's What I Call Music! 63 or Now 63 was released on 10 April 2006. The album is the 63rd edition of the original (UK) Now series. It was released on Compact Disc, Audio Cassette and via Digital Download . This was the final now compilation to be released on audio cassette.

Now 63 features five songs which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart: "No Tomorrow", "Thunder in My Heart Again", "It's Chico Time", "That's My Goal" and "JCB Song".

The album is dedicated to the memory of Chris Blair, who died on 7 November 2005, shortly before the release of Now 62. Blair was the chief mastering engineer at Abbey Road Studios and worked as the mastering engineer of the Now series between albums 22 and 61.[1]

Earlier mixes of The Source song "You Got The Love" previously appeared on Now 19 and Now 36.

Track listing[edit]

CD/Tape 1[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Put Your Records On"   Corinne Bailey Rae 3:35
2. "Beep"   The Pussycat Dolls featuring will.i.am 3:48
3. "My Humps"   The Black Eyed Peas 3:45
4. "No Tomorrow"   Orson 2:47
5. "Boys Will Be Boys"   The Ordinary Boys 2:43
6. "Thunder in My Heart Again"   Meck featuring Leo Sayer 3:09
7. "Say Say Say (Waiting 4 U)"   Hi_Tack 2:44
8. "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)"   Dead or Alive 3:19
9. "It's Chico Time"   Chico 2:46
10. "That's My Goal"   Shayne Ward 3:40
11. "Ugly"   Sugababes 3:50
12. "No Worries"   Simon Webbe 3:29
13. "All Time Love"   Will Young 3:56
14. "Because of You"   Kelly Clarkson 3:39
15. "Amazing"   Westlife 2:52
16. "Hang Up"   Andy Abraham 3:43
17. "I Wanna Hold You"   McFly 2:59
18. "Ticket Outta Loserville"   Son of Dork 3:21
19. "One More Night Alone"   Friday Hill 4:18
20. "A Night to Remember"   Liberty X 3:02
21. "If It's Lovin' that You Want"   Rihanna 3:28
22. "Woman in Love"   Liz McClarnon 3:38
23. "See The Day"   Girls Aloud 4:04

CD/Tape 2[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "JCB Song"   Nizlopi 4:00
2. "Nature's Law"   Embrace 3:15
3. "Advertising Space"   Robbie Williams 4:37
4. "Talk"   Coldplay 4:29
5. "Analogue (All I Want)"   A-ha 3:48
6. "Sewn"   The Feeling 3:43
7. "Break the Night with Colour"   Richard Ashcroft 3:56
8. "Sleep"   Texas 4:09
9. "Modern Way"   Kaiser Chiefs 4:01
10. "All Because of You"   U2 3:34
11. "Sugar, We're Goin Down"   Fall Out Boy 3:49
12. "Ride a White Horse"   Goldfrapp 4:41
13. "Dirty Harry"   Gorillaz 3:47
14. "Bounce, Shake, Move, Stop!"   MVP 3:23
15. "I'll Be Ready"   Sunblock 2:52
16. "Incredible"   The Shapeshifters 3:39
17. "You Got The Love" (New Voyager Radio Edit) The Source featuring Candi Staton 3:30
18. "Grow"   Kubb 3:48
19. "Heartbeats"   José González 2:39

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References[edit]

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