Various - Now That's What I Call Music - Gatefold Double LP Vinyl Record

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Sleeve Grading: EX (Excellent)
Record Grading: VG+ (Very Good Plus)
Inner Sleeve Grading: Plain Paper


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Artist Various
Title Now That's What I Call Music
Release Year 1983
Record Label EMI
Catalogue Number NOW 1
Format Double LP
Release Country United Kingdom
Suggested Genres Hip Hop, Electro,
Classic Rock, Electronic,
Rock, Reggae,

A1: You Can't Hurry Love
A2: Is There Something I Should Know
A3: Red Red Wine
A4: Only For Love
A5: Temptation
A6: Give It Up
A7: Double Dutch
A8: Total Eclipse Of The Heart
B1: Karma Chameleon
B2: Safety Dance
B3: Too Shy
B4: Moonlight Shadow
B5: Down Under
B6: Hey You (Rock Steady Crew)
B7: Baby Jane
B8: Wherever I Lay My Hat
C1: Candy Girl
C2: Big Apple
C3: Let's Stay Together
C4: Fascination
C5: New Song
C6: Please Don't Make Me Cry
C7: Tonight I Celebrate My Love
D1: They Don't Know
D2: Kissing With Confidence
D3: That's All
D4: Love Cats
D5: Waterfront
D6: The Sun And The Rain
D7: Victims

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