Now That's What I Call Music! 44 (UK series)

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Now That's What I Call Music! 44
Now 44.jpg
Compilation album by various artists
Released 22 November 1999
Length 2:38:10
Label Virgin/EMI/Universal
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music! 43
Now That's What I Call Music! 44
Now That's What I Call Music! 45

Now That's What I Call Music! 44 or Now 44, released in November 1999, is the 44th edition of the Now! series in the United Kingdom and the biggest selling Now album of all time, having sold 1,649,272 copies as of January 2013.[1] It was released on minidisc, audio cassette and CD format.

Track listing[edit]

CD/MD/tape 1
1."...Baby One More Time"Britney Spears3:31
2."That Don't Impress Me Much(UK Dance Mix)"Shania Twain4:00
3."Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...)"Lou Bega3:38
4."Blue (Da Ba Dee)"Eiffel 654:42
6."Mi Chico Latino"Geri Halliwell3:11
7."She's the One"Robbie Williams4:18
8."When You Say Nothing At All"Ronan Keating4:13
9."Northern Star"Melanie C4:08
10."Kiss Me"Sixpence None the Richer3:18
11."Summer Son"Texas4:01
12."Sing It Back"Moloko4:37
13."Sun Is Shining"Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe3:53
14."Not Over You Yet"Diana Ross4:03
15."When the Heartache Is Over"Tina Turner3:42
16."Canned Heat"Jamiroquai3:17
17."Burning Down the House"Tom Jones and The Cardigans3:37
18."Drinking in LA"Bran Van 30003:40
20."You'll Be in My Heart"Phil Collins4:17
Total length:1:19:10
CD/MD/tape 2
1."If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time"R. Kelly4:58
2."Lift Me Up"Geri Halliwell3:50
3."What I Am"Tin Tin Out featuring Emma Bunton3:51
4."I've Got You"Martine McCutcheon3:42
5."Larger than Life"Backstreet Boys3:55
6."Give It to You"Jordan Knight3:50
8."Never Let You Down"Honeyz3:28
9."S Club Party"S Club 73:26
11."2 Times"Ann Lee3:47
12."We're Going to Ibiza!"Vengaboys3:38
13."Bailamos"Enrique Iglesias3:30
14."(Mucho Mambo) Sway"Shaft3:28
15."Don't Stop!"ATB2:41
16."The Launch"DJ Jean3:13
17."I See You Baby" (Fatboy Slim Radio Edit)Groove Armada featuring Gram'ma Funk4:03
18."King of My Castle"Wamdue Project3:26
19."Back In My Life"Alice DeeJay3:29
20."Turn It Around"Alena3:49
21."Angel"Tina Cousins3:27
22."Diving Faces"Liquid Child2:31
Total length:1:19:00


  1. ^ Jones, Alan (14 January 2013). "Official Charts Analysis: David Bowie records highest charting single for 27 years". Music Week. Intent Media. Retrieved 3 January 2016. (Subscription required (help)). 

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