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Not to be confused with Now! That's What I Call Music! 80, otherwise, see Now That's What I Call Music! 80 (Disambiguation)

Now: 100 Hits: Forgotten 80s is a quintuple-disc compilation album which was released in the United Kingdom on May 31. 2019.

Track listing[]

CD 1:

  1. Amazulu: Too Good To Be Forgotten
  2. F.R. David: Words
  3. Aneka: Japanese Boy
  4. Transvision Vamp: Baby I Don't Care
  5. The Primitives: Sick Of It
  6. Fiction Factory: (Feels Like) Heaven
  7. Deacon Blue: Chocolate Girl
  8. Tears For Fears: Pale Shelter
  9. Red Box: Lean On Me (Ah-Li-Ayo)
  10. Modern Romance: Best Years Of Our Lives
  11. King: Love & Pride
  12. Level 42: Running In The Family
  13. Shalamar: A Night To Remember
  14. Diana Ross: Chain Reaction
  15. The Pasadenas: Tribute (Right On)
  16. Odyssey: Use It Up And Wear It Out
  17. Forrest: Rock The Boat
  18. Sugar Minott: Good Thing Going
  19. Judy Boucher: Can't Be With You Tonight
  20. Eighth Wonder: Cross My Heart

CD 2:

  1. John Parr: St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)
  2. Danny Wilson: Mary's Prayer
  3. Thompson Twins: Hold Me Now
  4. Blancmange: Living On The Ceiling
  5. Sister Sledge: Frankie
  6. Haircut One Hundred: Fantastic Day
  7. The Christians: Harvest For The World
  8. Curiosity Killed The Cat: Down To Earth
  9. Terence Trent D'Arby: Wishing Well
  10. Sly Fox: Let's Go All The Way
  11. Big Audio Dynamite: E=MC2
  12. Melissa Manchester: You Should Hear How She Talks About You
  13. Rebel MC & Double Trouble: Street Tuff
  14. Rockers Revenge feat. Donnie Calvin: Walking On Sunshine
  15. Whitney Houston: Where Do Broken Hearts Go
  16. Dire Straits: Romeo & Juliet
  17. Haysi Fantayzee: John Wayne Is Big Leggy
  18. Sophia George: Girlie Girlie
  19. Stock Aitken Waterman: Roadblock
  20. Ashford & Simpson: Solid

CD 3:

  1. Dee C Lee: See The Day
  2. The Housemartins: Caravan Of Love
  3. Big Country: Chance
  4. The Bluebells: I'm Falling
  5. China Crisis: Wishful Thinking
  6. The Human League: Human
  7. Landscape: Einstein A Go-Go
  8. George Michael: Monkey
  9. Trio: Da Da Da (Aha Aha Aha I Don't Love You You Don't Love Me)
  10. Toni Basil: Mickey
  11. Tight Fit: Fantasy Island
  12. Bucks Fizz: The Land Of Make Believe
  13. Michael Jackson: She's Out Of My Life
  14. Jim Diamond: I Should Have Known Better
  15. Rockwell: Somebody's Watching Me
  16. Pepsi & Shirlie: Heartache
  17. Sydney Youngblood: If Only I Could
  18. Sonia: You'll Never Stop Me Loving You
  19. Teena Marie: Behind The Groove
  20. Milli Vanilli: Girl I'm Gonna Miss You

CD 4:

  1. Fat Larry's Band: Zoom
  2. Black: Wonderful Life
  3. Boris Gardiner: I Want To Wake Up With You
  4. Stephanie Mills: Never Knew Love Like This Before
  5. Mai Tai: History
  6. Randy Crawford: One Day I'll Fly Away
  7. Gregory Abbott: Shake You Down
  8. Imagination: Body Talk
  9. The Pointer Sisters: Slow Hand
  10. The Damned: Eloise
  11. Sigue Sigue Sputnik: Love Missile F1-11
  12. Bronski Beat: Hit That Perfect Beat
  13. Westworld: Sonic Boom Boy
  14. JoBoxers: Boxerbeat
  15. Spandau Ballet: To Cut A Long Story Short
  16. Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy: Kiss Me
  17. Bros: Cat Among The Pigeons
  18. Five Star: Rain Or Shine
  19. Baltimora: Tarzan Boy
  20. Nick Berry: Every Loser Wins

CD 5:

  1. Fairground Attraction: Perfect
  2. The Korgis: Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
  3. Squeeze: Labelled With Love
  4. T'Pau: Heart And Soul
  5. Modern Talking: Brother Louie
  6. Nu Shooz: I Can't Wait
  7. Wee Papa Girl Rappers: Wee Rule
  8. Paula Abdul: Straight Up
  9. Stacy Lattisaw: Jump To The Beat
  10. Ottawan: Hands Up (Give Me Your Heart)
  11. Debbie Gibson: Shake Your Love
  12. Liza Minnelli: Losing My Mind
  13. Sinitta: Right Back Where We Started From
  14. Trans-X: Living On Video
  15. Heaven 17: Come Live With Me
  16. Voice Of The Beehive: Don't Call Me Baby
  17. The Lotus Eaters: The First Picture Of You
  18. Furniture: Brilliant Mind
  19. Lionel Richie: Stuck On You
  20. Toy Dolls: Nellie The Elephant


  • Modern Romance's 1983 song "Best Years Of Our Lives" regained in popularity after it was covered by the Baha Men, for the Oscar-winning animated film Shrek, in 2001.
  • The 1985 film St. Elmo's Fire may have been critically tanked (winning Rob Lowe a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor), but was a box office smash.
  • Charlene's song "I've Never Been To Me" originally flopped in 1977, but hit the charts in 1982 when re-released.
  • The Bronski Beat's "Hit That Perfect Beat" was chosen as one of the official theme songs for the 1985 Channel 4 film Letter To Brezhnev.
  • T'Pau's "Heart And Soul" is more successful in the US than in their home country.
  • Liza Minnelli's "Losing My Mind" is also a successful hit in the American dance charts, peaking at #26.
  • Lionel Richie's 1983 song "Stuck On You" is considered to be his debut in the country music genre.