Now That's What I Call Music 4 (UK series)

This article describes the fourth album in the UK Now! series. It should not be confused with identically-numbered albums from other Now! series. For more information, see Now That's What I Call Music! 4 and Now That's What I Call Music! discography
Now That's What I Call Music Volume 4
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 8 December 1984
Recorded 1973, 1983, 1984
Genre Pop
Length 2:06
Label Virgin / EMI
Series chronology
Now That's What I Call Music Vol. 3
(1984)
Now That's What I Call Music Vol. 4
(1984)
Now That's What I Call Music Vol. 5
(1985)

Now That's What I Call Music 4 or Now 4 was released in 1984. The album is the fourth edition of the (UK) Now! series. This album reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, kept off the top by the newly premiering Hits album series. This volume marked the first Now album to be released on Compact Disc. It was seemingly a test run as the single-CD contained a selection of tracks from Now 2, Now 3 and Now 4, collecting 15 tracks altogether. It wasn't until two years later in 1986 that a Now compilation was again released on CD, with a single-CD issue of Now 8.[1]

The Now 4 CD is extremely collectable and with the item being so rare, it can frequently attract bids of up to five hundred pounds on internet auction sites.[citation needed]

The track listing shown is for the vinyl and audio cassette releases.

Contents

Track listing

Side one

  1. Paul McCartney : "No More Lonely Nights" (Special Dance Mix)
  2. Giorgio Moroder & Philip Oakey : "Together in Electric Dreams"
  3. Bronski Beat : "Why?"
  4. Limahl : "The NeverEnding Story"
  5. Nick Heyward : "Warning Sign"
  6. John Waite : "Missing You"
  7. Michael Jackson : "Farewell My Summer Love"
  8. Lionel Richie : "Hello"

Side two

  1. Culture Club : "The War Song"
  2. Elton John : "Passengers"
  3. Julian Lennon : "Too Late for Goodbyes"
  4. The Style Council : "Shout to the Top!"
  5. Thompson Twins : "Doctor! Doctor!"
  6. Heaven 17 : "Sunset Now"
  7. Kane Gang : "Respect Yourself"
  8. Tina Turner : "Private Dancer"

Side three

  1. Queen : "It's a Hard Life"
  2. Status Quo : "The Wanderer"
  3. Big Country : "East of Eden"
  4. U2 : "Pride (In the Name of Love)"
  5. Feargal Sharkey : "Listen to Your Father"
  6. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark : "Tesla Girls"
  7. Kim Wilde : "The Second Time"
  8. Nik Kershaw : "Human Racing"

Side four

  1. Ray Parker Jr. : "Ghostbusters (Searchin for the Spirit)"
  2. UB40 : "If It Happens Again"
  3. Pointer Sisters : "Jump (For My Love)"
  4. Level 42 : "Hot Water"
  5. Eurythmics : "Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty-Four)"
  6. Rockwell : "Somebody's Watching Me"
  7. Malcolm McLaren : "Madam Butterfly"
  8. Eugene Wilde : "Gotta Get You Home Tonight"

Video selection

A video selection was also released featuring selected tracks from the main album and some which did not appear on any Now album.

  1. Queen : "It's a Hard Life"
  2. Tina Turner : "Private Dancer"
  3. Giorgio Moroder & Phil Oakey : "Together in Electric Dreams"
  4. UB40 : "If It Happens Again"
  5. Limahl : "Never Ending Story"
  6. Culture Club : "The War Song"
  7. Julian Lennon : "Too Late for Goodbyes"
  8. Ray Parker Jnr. : "Ghostbusters"
  9. Thompson Twins : "Sister of Mercy"
  10. John Waite : "Missing You"
  11. Nik Kershaw : "Human Racing"
  12. Meat Loaf : "Modern Girl"
  13. Kim Wilde : "The Second Time"
  14. Malcolm McLaren : "Madam Butterfly"
  15. Nick Heyward : "Warning Sign"
  16. OMD : "Tesla Girls"
  17. Iron Maiden : "Aces High"
  18. Fergal Sharkey : "Listen to Your Father"
  19. Heaven 17 : "This is Mine"
  20. Depeche Mode : "Blasphemous Rumours"

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