Now That’s What I Call Music! 13 (1988) UK TV Advert. Voiceover by David Jensen.

Now That’s What I Call Music XIII or Now 13 was released in 1988. The album is the 13th edition of the (UK) Now! series, and reached number 1 on the UK Albums Chart for four weeks. This would be the last compilation album to be number 1 on the chart, as the UK Compilations Chart was created in January 1989 due to the dominance of compilations in the albums chart over the previous few years, and subsequent Now albums would chart there instead.

Disc one

  1. Yazz & The Plastic Population : “The Only Way Is Up
  2. Womack & Womack : “Teardrops
  3. Erasure : “A Little Respect
  4. The Christians : “Harvest For The World
  5. Hue & Cry : “Ordinary Angel”
  6. UB40 feat. Chrissie Hynde : “Breakfast in Bed
  7. Robert Palmer: “She Makes My Day”
  8. Breathe : “Hands to Heaven
  9. Phil Collins : “A Groovy Kind of Love
  10. Bobby McFerrin : “Don’t Worry, Be Happy
  11. Art of Noise feat. Tom Jones : “Kiss
  12. Bryan Ferry : “Let’s Stick Together”
  13. Kim Wilde : “You Came
  14. Bomb the Bass : “Don’t Make Me Wait”
  15. Brother Beyond : “The Harder I Try”
  16. The Hollies : “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

 

Disc two

  1. Fat Boys with Chubby Checker : “The Twist (Yo, Twist!)
  2. Wee Papa Girl Rappers : “Wee Rule”
  3. Salt-N-Pepa : “Twist and Shout
  4. Yello : “The Race
  5. Inner City : “Big Fun”
  6. D-Mob : “We Call It Acieed”
  7. Beatmasters : “Burn It Up”
  8. Milli Vanilli : “Girl You Know It’s True
  9. Level 42 : “Heaven in My Hands
  10. Jane Wiedlin : “Rush Hour
  11. The Proclaimers : “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)
  12. T’Pau : “Secret Garden
  13. Transvision Vamp : “I Want Your Love
  14. Duran Duran : “I Don’t Want Your Love
  15. Human League : “Love Is All That Matters
  16. All About Eve : “Martha’s Harbour

Info taken from Wikipedia

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