'Now!' takes top spot after McGraw let it go

Gallo, Phil
April 2007
Daily Variety;4/12/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 8, p4
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the sale and ranking of top music albums in the first week of April 2007 in the U.S. The music album "Now! That's What I Call Music" sold 213,000 copies and topped the list of top ten music albums. The music album "Let It Go" sold 177,000 copies and slipped to No. 2. The top 10 music albums included five new entries.


Related Articles

  • EMI creates portal to support 'Now' compilation albums.  // New Media Age;8/11/2005, p3 

    This article reports that EMI has launched a portal for all its compilation albums, centred on the hugely successful Now That's What I Call Music! series, in August 2005. The new site, nowmusic.com, will include podcasts, downloadable music tracks and EMI's entire mobile ring tone catalogue,...

  • 'Now' Is The Time For Series' Best Start In A Year. Mayfield, Geoff // Billboard;8/6/2005, Vol. 117 Issue 32, p41 

    Provides an update on the music trade and industry, as of August 6, 2005. Sales of the "Now That's What I Call Music" series; Information on British acts sported by EMI Music Marketing in the top 10 of The Billboard 200; Details of the band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah's entry in three Billboard...

  • N0. 1 ON THE CHARTS.  // Billboard;9/4/2004, Vol. 116 Issue 36, p5 

    Presents a chart of Billboard's top albums, singles, videos, and unpublished material in their respective genres as of September 4, 2004 including "Now 16," by Various Artists.

  • Now that's what I call another hit. Jones, Alan // Music Week;7/17/2010, Issue 28, p36 

    The article focuses on the pre-release sales of several music releases in July 2010 wherein the music album "Now That's What I Call Music!," vol. 76, has been ranked number two in three music retailers such as Amazon, HMV and Play.

  • 'Now That's' an upset disc. Waller, Don // Daily Variety;07/27/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 37, p1 

    Reports on that the music recording `Now That's What I Call Music--Volume 4' topped the music charts in the United States, for the week ending July 23, 2000. List of artists who contributed songs to the album; Total album sales for the period; Other albums in top ten lists.

  • Beatles still rule No. 1 in post-holiday doldrums. Oppelaar, Justin // Daily Variety;01/11/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 28, p5 

    Reports on the rankings of music recordings in the United States as of January 2001. '1' of the Beatles in the number one spot; 'Hotshot,' by Shaggy in number two; 'Now That's What I Call Music-Vol. 5' in number three.

  • 'Music' disc stays at No. 1. Waller, Don // Daily Variety;08/03/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 43, p5 

    Reports that the music recording `Now That's What I Call Music' has retained the top spot on music charts in the United States, for the week ended July 30, 2000. Total sales of the album; Changes in the top ten albums in national music charts.

  • DISC NO. 1 THEN AND 'NOW' Nieciecki, Rich // Daily Variety;8/4/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 23, p14 

    Reports that the 19th edition of “Now That's What I Call Music!” has retained its top spot on the album chart in the U.S. Number of copies sold by the music release; Rating of the music release “Emancipation of Mimi,” performed by Mariah Carey ; Sales of Jason Mraz's...

  • Every Now! and again -- compilations hit celebrates 25 years with reissue CD. Williams, Paul // Music Week;8/9/2008, Issue 32, p3 

    This article reports that British music company the EMI Group Ltd. will rerelease the first "Now That's What I Call Music!" music compilation album, originally published in 1983, in celebration of the brand's 25th anniversary. It is stated that "Now! 69," released in March, 2008, and "Now! 70,"...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics