Now That's What I Call Music! 36 (U.S. series)

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This article describes the 36th album in the U.S. 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! 36 and Now That's What I Call Music! discography.
Now That's What I Call Music! 36
Now That's What I Call Music! 36 (U.S. series).jpg
Compilation album by various artists
Released November 9, 2010
Genre Pop
Length 73:39
Label EMI
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Christmas! 4
Now That's What I Call Music! 36
Now That's What I Call the 1990s

Now That's What I Call Music! 36 was released on November 9, 2010. The album is the 36th edition of the (U.S.) Now! series. With first week sales of 89,000, Now! 36 debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 albums chart.[1] The album includes the number-one Billboard Hot 100 hit, "Teenage Dream". "Suspicious Minds", a number-one hit in 1969 by Elvis Presley, is presented here as a "flashback bonus track" in a remixed Viva Elvis arrangement.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Teenage Dream" Katy Perry 3:47
2. "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love" Usher featuring Pitbull 3:39
3. "Take It Off" Ke$ha 3:31
4. "If I Had You" Adam Lambert 3:44
5. "Dynamite" Taio Cruz 3:36
6. "Just a Dream" Nelly 3:55
7. "Deuces" Chris Brown featuring Tyga and Kevin McCall 4:34
8. "Magic" B.o.B featuring Rivers Cuomo 3:13
9. "Memories" David Guetta featuring Kid Cudi 3:28
10. "Misery" Maroon 5 3:26
11. "Animal" Neon Trees 3:30
12. "Secrets" OneRepublic 3:42
13. "King of Anything" Sara Bareilles 3:25
14. "The Only Exception" Paramore 4:24
15. "September" Daughtry 3:57
16. "Stuck Like Glue" Sugarland 4:16
17. "Maybe" Sick Puppies 3:20
18. "Bang Pop" Free Energy 3:37
19. "Tennessee Me" The Secret Sisters 2:20
20. "Suspicious Minds" (Live In Concert) Elvis Presley 4:15


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[2]

Andrew Leahey of Allmusic says "this compilation covers the usual ground" with the number-one hit "Teenage Dream" and "a handful of Top Ten singles ... thrown into the mix".[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
Billboard 200[1] 4


  1. ^ a b Caulfield, Keith (2010-11-17). "Susan Boyle Tops Billboard 200, 'Glee' Reigns On Digital Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 2010-11-19. 
  2. ^ a b c Leahey, Andrew. "Now, Vol. 36 - Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-11-11. 

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