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Virgin Records were a label from Now 1 to Now 74. Until Now That's What I Call Music! 61, they used just the "Virgin" logo. From that volume onwards, the "Virgin Records" logo was used.

Sisario, Ben (10 May 2010). "Bob Mercer, Executive Who Signed the Sex Pistols, Dies at 65". New York Times. As of November 2023, the most featured artists are Kylie Minogue with 32 followed by Robbie Williams with 31 singles, Calvin Harris with 30, David Guetta with 28, Rihanna with 27, Katy Perry with 22 and Girls Aloud with 21. This does not include any uncredited appearances in groups or on charity records. [13] Formats [ edit ] The Now series in Portugal is a joint-venture between the three major international publishers present in Portugal – EMI, Sony and Universal. In 2010, it was announced that total sales of the series, not counting the extra editions, topped one million copies in Portugal. [32] Through Volume 21 of the series, the multi-volume sets have included 414 national and international artists and a total of 787 different songs, ranking in an impressive four gold and 19 platinum records. At least five "best-of" compilations including selected songs from the entire Now! series. Now Decades, Now Years, Now 25 Years, Now 30 Years, and Now That’s What I Call Now! (100 Hits From 100 Nows) are these five albums, but there have been other albums, like Now No. 1's, which also cover the entire Now! series.Fletcher, Alex (16 October 2013). " 'NOW That's What I Call Music' TV channel launches this month". Digital Spy . Retrieved 23 October 2013. a b "NowMusic.com:: View topic - My Now Worldwide Collection - Warning HUGE post". Archived from the original on 21 October 2007 . Retrieved 27 September 2007. This edition was released in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand etc. The first Asian Now That's What I Call Music! was released in 1995.

Collectively, the Now! compilations have sold extremely well in the U.S. Each of the first 29 volumes received at least a platinum certification, and 18 albums from the series have reached number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart, more than any individual recording artist except the Beatles. [36] However, recent releases have not sold as well, with Now That's What I Call Music! 77 selling only an estimated 7,500 copies in its first week, compared to the 621,000 copies Now! 7 sold in its debut week in July 2001. [37] The most successful volume to date is 1999's Now That's What I Call Music! 44, which sold 2.3 million copies and remains the biggest-selling various artists compilation album in the UK. [11] 2008's Now That's What I Call Music! 70 sold 383,002 units in the first week of sales, the biggest ever first week sale of any Now album. [12] Most featured artists [ edit ]Although the albums started out on only vinyl records and cassette tapes, the formats on which the albums have been released have changed over the years:



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