Now That's What I Call Music Volume 2 (N.Z. first series)
|Now That's What I Call Music Volume 2|
|Compilation album by Various artists|
Now That's What I Call Music Volume 2 was released in 1993. This series was a short series created by various record labels and completely separate to the New Zealand Now! series started in 1997 that still runs today. The album is the second edition of the series of 3 albums.
- John Paul Young : "Love Is in the Air"
- Sonia Dada : "You Don't Treat Me No Good"
- U2 : "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses"
- Spin Doctors : "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong"
- The Lemonheads : "Mrs. Robinson"
- R.E.M. : "Man on the Moon"
- Frente! : "Accidentally Kelly Street"
- Annie Lennox : "Little Bird"
- Charles and Eddie : "N.Y.C (Can You Believe This City?)"
- Bob Marley : "Iron Lion Zion"
- Go West : "Faithful"
- Toad The Wet Sprocket : "Walk on the Ocean"
- Company Of Strangers : "Sweet Love"
- Tasmin Archer : "Sleeping Satellite"
- Jon Secada : "Do You Believe in Us"
- Trey Lorenz : "Someone to Hold"
- Annie Crummer : "Language"
- Headless Chickens : "Juice"
- Sade : "No Ordinary Love"
- Shai : "If I Ever Fall in Love"
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