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Now That's What I Call Music!. : 43 (2012)
(Music CD)

Call Number CD/POP-ROCK/NOW


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MusicCD/POP-ROCK/NOWDue 05-18-15
MusicCD/POP-ROCK/NOWAvailable
MusicCD/POP-ROCK/NOWDue 05-18-15
MusicCD/POP-ROCK/NOWAvailable
Published: [S.l. : EMI, 2012]
Description:  1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 6314770726 :,
Language:  English


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Note on container about final 4 tracks: "Now presents what's next! 4 free tracks from hot up and coming artists!"

Various performers



Call me maybe / Part of me / Payphone / Titanium / Lights / Boyfriend / Scream / Let's go / Back in time / Want you back / One thing / Give your heart a break / Too close / Midnight city / Everybody talks / Drunk on you / Here's to us / My oh my / Love actually / I don't like you / Carly Rae Jepsen --



Katy Perry -- Maroon 5 -- David Guetta featuring Sia -- Ellie Goulding -- Justin Bieber -- Usher -- Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo -- Pitbull -- Cher Lloyd-- One Direction -- Demi Lovato -- Alex Clare -- M83 -- Neon Trees -- Luke Bryan -- Halestorm -- Tristan Prettyman -- Cady Groves -- Eva Simons

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Additional Credits:
Usher
Pitbull (Rapper)
Bryan, Luke
Harris, Calvin, 1984-
Prettyman, Tristan
Guetta, David, 1967-
Perry, Katy
Lovato, Demi, 1992-
Bieber, Justin, 1994-
Jepsen, Carly Rae, 1985-
Clare, Alex
Maroon 5 (Musical group)
Halestorm (Musical group)
M83 (Musical group)
Neon Trees (Musical group)
One Direction (Musical group)

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