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Now, Vol. 44

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1 Blow Me (One Last Kiss) Kurstin/Pink 3:49
2 Whistle Dillard/Franks/Glas 3:43
3 Gagnam Style Hyung/Jai-Sang 3:37
4 Good Time Lee/Thiessen/Young 3:21
5 One More Night Kotecha/Levine/Mart 3:39
6 As Long as You Love Me Anderson/Atweh/Bieb 3:46
7 I Can Only Imagine Atweh/Brown/Carter/ 3:28
8 Pound the Alarm Hajji/Khayat/Yacoub 3:22
9 Hello Eriksen/Heidemann/H 3:55
10 Don't Wake Me Up Benassi/Benassi/Bro 3:40
11 Wide Awake Gottwald/Martin/McK 3:39
12 Dark Side Alex G. [1] 3:42
13 Numb Ahlund/Angello/Hedf 3:39
14 Don't You Worry Child Angello/Hedford/Ing 3:29
15 50 Ways to Say Goodbye Bjorklund/Lind/Mona 4:05
16 Pontoon Dean/Hemby/Laird 3:41
17 Stay Awhile Star 3:36
18 Gold Cates/Muckala/Nicol 2:58
19 Give Me Your Hand (Best Song Ever) Goldstein/Wilcox/Wi 3:45
20 Be in Love Tonight Gordy/Rafelson/Toy 3:06
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Now, Vol. 44

Audio Compact Disc

Label: EMI

Style: Dance-Pop

Now, Vol. 44

UPC: 5099946353924

Release Date: 11/06/2012

Original Release Date: 11/06/2012

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Blow Me (One Last Kiss), Whistle, Gagnam Style, Good Time, One More Night, As Long as You Love Me, I Can Only Imagine, Pound the Alarm, Hello, Don't Wake Me Up, Wide Awake, Dark Side, Numb, Don't You Worry Child, 50 Ways to Say Goodbye, Pontoon, Stay Awhile, Gold, Give Me Your Hand (Best Song Ever), Be in Love Tonight]
  • Various Artists  Main Performer 

Andy Kellman

When it was released in early November 2012, the 44th volume of the U.S. Now series featured seven songs that had reached the Top Ten of the Billboard Hot 100, including the number one singles "Whistle" (Flo Rida) and "One More Night" (Maroon 5). The most known inclusion here, however, would be PSY's "Gangnam Style," as close to a global phenomenon as a song gets. Here's another case where "The biggest new hits on one album!" isn't completely accurate, as five tracks -- relatively minor hits from David Guetta, Karmin, Kelly Clarkson, Usher, and Swedish House Mafia -- either narrowly missed or failed to land anywhere near the Top 40. Judging from this disc, European-flavored dance-pop continued its reign through the summer and early fall of 2012. The token contemporary country pick, Little Big Town's "Pontoon" (number 22), seems as tacked-on as ever. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi