Now That's What I Call Music! 4 (U.S. series)

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This article describes the 4th 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! 4 and Now That's What I Call Music! discography.
Now That's What I Call Music! 4
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Compilation album by various artists
Released July 18, 2000; 16 years ago (2000-07-18)
Genre Pop
Length 71:01
Label UMG
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music! 3
Now That's What I Call Music! 4
Now That's What I Call Music! 5
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Now That's What I Call Music! 4 was released on July 18, 2000. The album is the fourth edition of the Now! series released in the United States. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart.[2] This was the first album in the American series to reach number one and marked "the first time ever that an album of previously released hits has debuted at number one in the U.S."[3]

Two tracks on the album, "I Knew I Loved You" by Savage Garden and "Try Again" by Aaliyah, were number-one songs on the Billboard Hot 100. In February 2001, it was certified 2× Platinum by the RIAA.[4]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Larger than Life" Backstreet Boys 3:52
2. "(You Drive Me) Crazy" Britney Spears 3:18
3. "I Need to Know" Marc Anthony 3:47
4. "Candy" Mandy Moore 3:54
5. "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" Eiffel 65 3:26
6. "It Feels So Good" Sonique 3:58
7. "I Belong to You" Lenny Kravitz 4:15
8. "I Knew I Loved You" Savage Garden 4:10
9. "I Wanna Know" Joe 4:39
10. "Try Again" Aaliyah 4:44
11. "Waiting for Tonight" Jennifer Lopez 4:05
12. "Get It On Tonite" Montell Jordan 4:35
13. "Steal My Kisses" Ben Harper 4:05
14. "Then the Morning Comes" Smash Mouth 3:02
15. "Meet Virginia" Train 3:58
16. "I Try" Macy Gray 3:56
17. "This Time Around" Hanson 4:15
18. "All the Small Things" Blink-182 2:47

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 1

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