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Now That's What I Call Music! 7
Various Artists
Now That's What I Call Music! 7
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock
 
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Smartly programmed and laden with hits from the first half of 2001, the seventh entry in the Now compilation series is a more-than-agreeable, summer-party soundtrack. Moving from up-tempo pop/R&B to various stripes of h...  more »

      
   

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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Now That's What I Call Music! 7
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 15
Label: Now Hits Collections
Original Release Date: 1/1/2001
Re-Release Date: 7/31/2001
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: American Alternative, Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary, Teen Pop, Southern Rap, Pop Rap, Contemporary R&B, Southern Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724381074923

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Smartly programmed and laden with hits from the first half of 2001, the seventh entry in the Now compilation series is a more-than-agreeable, summer-party soundtrack. Moving from up-tempo pop/R&B to various stripes of hip-hop (including a snapping Neptunes remix of Backstreet Boys'"The Call") to three draggy ballads you can easily program out to reminders from Aerosmith, Lifehouse, Evan and Jaron, and American Hi-Fi that guitars still exist, this disc is one of the strongest Nows yet. With the high-quality likes of "Jaded," Janet Jackson's "All for You," Nelly's "Ride wit Me!" (heavily edited for language), and Mystikal's "Danger (Been So Long)" on tap, even Jennifer Lopez sounds pretty good as the beats power by. Does the style-by-style sequencing effectively segregate genres, particularly by placing the rock stuff at disc's end? It's more likely that the appearance of all these tunes in one place demonstrates that the notion of pop as a big tent isn't dead yet. --Rickey Wright

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Stacia C. (ShadowsCursed) from SWANZEY, NH
Reviewed on 10/6/2009...
Take a trip down memory lane. It's a great CD. It's good for a laugh while thinking about the taste in music of the nineties. It's a must-listen for old times sake.

CD Reviews

NOW- Chart Topping Hits?
Nick | Louisville, KY United States | 09/05/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Since there is alot of confusion on if this volume has all the "chart topping hits" i compiled a list on the peak positions of these songs on the Billboard hot 100. hope this is helpful.1. Survivor - Destiny's Child- #2 for 7 weeks
2. All for You - Janet Jackson- #1 for 7 weeks
3. Baby Come on Over - Samantha Mumba #49
4. In My Pocket - Mandy Moore **DID NOT CHART
5. Play - Jennifer Lopez #19
6. The Call (Remix) - Backstreet Boys #58
7. Playas Gon' Play - 3LW #82
8. Ride Wit Me - Nelly #3
9. Danger - Mystikal #14
10. Fiesta - R. Kelly with Jay-Z #6
11. Let Me Blow Ya Mind - Eve #2 for 1 week
12. What Would You Do - City High #8
13. Don't Let Me Be the Last - Britney **DID NOT CHART
14. This I Promise You - N'Sync #5
15. Never Had a Dream... - S Club 7 #10
16. Hanging By a Moment - Life House #2
17. Jaded - Aerosmith #7
18. From My Head to My Heart - E & J **DID NOT CHART
19. Flavor of the Weak - American Hi-Fi #49Hope i was helpful!"
Getting Better...
Brian Giaffoglione | Omaha, Ne United States | 09/08/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"If you have read any of my other reviews about the NOW series, you know that I think the editing process has REALLY gotten out of hand, and it has AGAIN on this one. From track 8 (Nelly) to track 12 (City High), every song has one skip. Why put R. Kelly's "Fiesta" on this CD if every other word is skipped out? If they really wanted to edit something, why couldn't they take out that annoying guy in 3LW's "Playas Gon' Play" ("We're comin' through, shorty")? Overall, though, this is the best NOW CD. The songs chosen are pretty good, including "Survivor" (Destiny's Child), "In My Pocket" (Mandy Moore), and "Jaded" (Aerosmith). Some songs were serious errors of judgement, including *NSYNC's ridiculously syrupy "This I Promise You" and American Hi-Fi's sloppy ender "Flavor Of The Weak" (isn't the title of this song ironic in itself?). Keep the censors off of NOW 8, put in the same kind of music styles, and it will be the best ever!!!"