Now That’s What I Call Music! 22

Now That’s What I Call Music! 22 (1992) UK TV Advert. Voiceover by Mark Goodier.

Now That’s What I Call Music! 22 or Now 22 was released in 1992. The album is the 22nd edition of the (UK) Now! series.

Disc one
Erasure : “Take a Chance On Me”
Ce Ce Peniston : “Finally”
KWS : “Please Don’t Go”
Take That : “It Only Takes a Minute”
Nick Berry : “Heartbeat”
Snap : “Rhythm Is a Dancer”
Utah Saints : “Something Good”
The Cure : “Friday I’m in Love”
Marc Almond : “The Days of Pearly Spencer”
The Beautiful South : “Bell Bottomed Tear”
Prince : “Thunder”
U2 : “Even Better Than The Real Thing”
The Shamen : “L.S.I.”
Electronic : “Disappointed”
Shakespears Sister : “I Don’t Care”
Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine : “Do Re Me, So Far So Good”
Ugly Kid Joe : “Everything About You”
SL2 : “On a Ragga Tip”
The Orb : “Blue Room”
Disc two
Richard Marx : “Hazard”
Elton John : “The One”
Roy Orbison : “I Drove All Night”
Jimmy Nail : “Ain’t No Doubt”
Joe Cocker : “Unchain My Heart”
Curtis Stigers : “You’re All That Matters To Me”
Wilson Phillips : “You Won’t See Me Cry”
Crowded House : “Four Seasons in One Day”
Annie Lennox : “Why”
George Michael and Elton John : “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”
Diana Ross : “One Shining Moment”
Vanessa L. Williams : “Save the Best for Last”
En Vogue : “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)”
Soul II Soul : “Joy”
Incognito : “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing”

Info take from Wikipedia

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