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Now That’s What I Call Music! 56 or Now! 56 was released on November 17, 2003 on audio cassette and 2CD, The album is the 56th edition of the Now! series in the United Kingdom.

Tracklist[]

CD/Tape 1:[]

  1. The Black Eyed Peas: “Where Is The Love?”
  2. Rachel Stevens: “Sweet Dreams My LA Ex”
  3. Kylie Minogue: “Slow”
  4. Blue: “Guilty”
  5. Fatman Scoop feat The Crooklyn Cran & Faith Evans : “Be Faithful”
  6. Beyoncé feat Jay-Z: “Crazy In Love”
  7. Sugababes : “Hole In The Head”
  8. Liberty X : “Jumpin”
  9. Jamelia: “Superstar”
  10. Lumidee: “Never Gonna Leave You (Uh Ooh Uh Oooh!)”
  11. Stacie Orrico : “Stuck”
  12. Lemar: “Dance (With U)”
  13. Javine: “Surrender (Your Love)”
  14. Emma Bunton : “Maybe”
  15. S Club 8: “Sundown”
  16. Ultrabeat : “Pretty Green Eyes”
  17. Sophie Ellis Bextor : “Mixed Up World”
  18. Phixx: “Hold On Me”
  19. D-Side: “Invisible”
  20. Louise: “Pandora’s Kiss”
  21. Girls Aloud: “Life Got Cold”
  22. Atomic Kitten: “If You Come To Me”

CD/Tape 2:[]

  1. Elton John: “Are You Ready For Love”
  2. Justin Timberlake: “Rock Your Body”
  3. Robbie Williams: “Something Beautiful”
  4. Nickelback: “Someday”
  5. Busted: “Sleeping With The Light On”
  6. Mark Owen: “Four Minute Warning”
  7. Amy Studt: “Under The Thumb”
  8. Texas feat Kardinal Offishall: “Carnival Girl”
  9. 50 Cent feat Nate Dogg: “21 Questions”
  10. Ashanti : “Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)”
  11. Joe Budden: “Pump It Up”
  12. Jaimeson: “Complete”
  13. Lisa Scott-Lee: “Too Far Gone”
  14. Angel City feat Lara McAllen: “Love Me Right (Oh Sheila)”
  15. Richard X feat Kelis: “Finest Dreams”
  16. Rishi Rich Project feat Jay Sean & Juggy D: “Dance With You”
  17. UB40 feat The United Colours Of Sound: “Swing Low”
  18. Starsailer: “Silence Is Easy”
  19. Stereophonics: “Maybe Tomorrow”
  20. Daniel Bedingfield: “Never Gonna Leave Your Side”
  21. Micheal Andrews feat Gary Jules: “Mad World (Theme from Donnie Darko)”

Trivia[]

  • This is the one and only Now! album to feature the EMI Records logo without the rectangle shape.
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