Various ‎– Now That's What I Call Music

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Sony Music ‎– LPNOW 1, Universal Music ‎– LPNOW 1
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue
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A1 Phil Collins You Can't Hurry Love
Producer – Phil Collins
A2 Duran Duran Is There Something I Should Know
Producer – Duran Duran, Ian Little
A3 UB40 Red Red Wine
Producer – Ray "Pablo" Falconer, UB40
A4 Limahl Only For Love
Producer – De Harris, Tim Palmer
A5 Heaven 17 Temptation
Producer – B.E.F.*, Greg Walsh
A6 KC & The Sunshine Band Give It Up
A7 Malcolm McLaren Double Dutch
Producer – Trevor Horn
A8 Bonnie Tyler Total Eclipse Of The Heart
Producer – Jim Steinman
B1 Culture Club Karma Chameleon
Producer – Steve Levine
B2 Men Without Hats Safety Dance
Producer – Marc Durand
B3 Kajagoogoo Too Shy
Producer – Colin Thurston, Nick Rhodes
B4 Mike Oldfield Moonlight Shadow
Producer – Mike Oldfield, Simon Philips*
B5 Men At Work Down Under
Producer – Peter McIan
B6 The Rock Steady Crew Hey You (Rock Steady Crew)
Producer – B. Soldier*, Stephen Hague
B7 Rod Stewart Baby Jane
Co-producer – George Tutko, Jim CreganProducer – Rod Stewart, Tom Dowd
B8 Paul Young Wherever I Lay My Hat
Producer – Laurie Latham
C1 New Edition Candy Girl
Producer – Maurice Starr, Michael Jonzun
C2 Kajagoogoo Big Apple
Producer – Colin Thurston, Kajagoogoo
C3 Tina Turner Let's Stay Together
Producer – Greg Walsh, Martyn Ware
C4 The Human League Fascination
Producer – Martin Rushent, The Human League
C5 Howard Jones New Song
Producer – Colin Thurston, Howard Jones
C6 UB40 Please Don't Make Me Cry
Producer – Ray "Pablo" Falconer, UB40
C7 Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack Tonight I Celebrate My Love
Producer – Michael Masser
D1 Tracey Ullman They Don't Know
Producer – Peter Collins
D2 Will Powers Kissing With Confidence
Producer – Lynn Goldsmith
D3 Genesis That's All
Producer – Genesis, Hugh Padgham
D4 The Cure Love Cats
Producer – Chris Parry, Phil Thornalley, The Cure
D5 Simple Minds Waterfront
Producer – Steve Lillywhite
D6 Madness The Sun And The Rain
D7 Culture Club Victims
Producer – Steve Levine

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Limited Edition reissue released for Record Store Day 2015.

Packaged in a gatefold sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 88750 69991 6
  • Barcode (Spine): 888750699916
  • Label Code: LC48653
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 128664E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 128664E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 128664E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 128664E4/A

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NOW 1 Various Now That's What I Call Music(2xLP, Comp, EMI) EMI, Virgin NOW 1 UK 1983 Sell This Version
CDNOW01 Various Now That's What I Call Music(2xCD, Comp, RE, RM) Sony Music, Universal Music On Demand CDNOW01 UK 2018 Sell This Version
MCNOW01 Various Now That's What I Call Music(2xCass, Album, Comp, Ltd, RE) Sony Music, Universal Music On Demand MCNOW01 UK 2018 Sell This Version
MP139-15VN Various Now That's What I Call Music(Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, Comp, NTSC) Virgin MP139-15VN Japan 1983 Sell This Version
NOW 1 Various Now That's What I Call Music(2xLP, Album, Comp, CBS) EMI, Virgin NOW 1 UK 1983 Sell This Version

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curtisstephen

curtisstephen

September 20, 2017
Its not a replica of the original. Several track versions are different and this appears to replicate the 2009 cd reissue. Still waiting for a clean 7" version of double dutch to be re-issued
Bradx

Bradx

April 7, 2016
What a complete waste of money and, more importantly, record plant pressing time. You can go to any junk shop, charity shop, rubbish dump, landfill site or jumble sale and buy an original copy of this for 50p. What an idiotic waste of time and vinyl.
When I saw this on the wall of a shop for £25 I knew the entire RSD enterprise (which had started out very well meaning) had turned into a gigantic joke. There's approximately 5 million albums that deserve to be reissued before this load of redundant crap.
What on earth is the point? I give up.
ruperts

ruperts

April 28, 2015
Of course you could always buy an original copy for £1.50. Who's bright idea was it to reissue this for 20 times the price of the original record? My local shop didn't shift any of these, this to me is why RSD is a joke. The majors get involved, flood it with rubbish and kill the entire ideal.
lee.skilton

lee.skilton

April 21, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Lets all hope for a full monthly series of reissues now seeing how popular this was on RSD2015. I sadly didn't manage to get one as my local store Pie and Vinyl in Southsea UK didn't get this release. Would love a copy (but not for more than the RRP of £24.99+p+p)