Tracklist

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Digital Media 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Remember Me (Sure Is Pure 7″ edit) Blue Boy 3:45
2 Your Woman White Town 4.15 4:19
3 2 Times (edit mix) Ann Lee 3.35 3:49
4 Doop (reprise) Doop 3:19
5 Reach Up (Papa’s Got a Brand New Pig Bag) Perfecto Allstarz 3.5 3:33
6 Where Are You Baby? Betty Boo 4:01
7 Quit Playing Games (With My Heart) Backstreet Boys 3 3:54
8 Confide in Me Kylie Minogue 4:26
9 Bootie Call All Saints 3:35
10 No, No, No Pt. 2 Destiny’s Child feat. Wyclef Jean 2.65 3:27
11 You Might Need Somebody Shola Ama 4:52
12 Sometimes Britney Spears 3.35 4:06
13 Always There Incognito feat. Jocelyn Brown 3:32
14 I’m Free The Soup Dragons 3:29
15 Groovy Train The Farm 4:08
16 Ain’t No Doubt Jimmy Nail 4:05
17 Sunshine on a Rainy Day (edit) Zoë 4:46
18 I Am, I Feel Alisha’s Attic 3:58
19 Rollercoaster B*Witched 4 3:22
20 Miami Hit Mix Gloria Estefan 5:20
21 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm Crash Test Dummies 4.05 3:54
22 Northern Star (single version) Melanie C 1.5 4:08
23 Sleeping Satellite Tasmin Archer 4:16
24 What I Am Tin Tin Out feat. Emma Bunton 2 3:53
25 Sweetness Michelle Gayle 3:39
26 Honey to the B (single version) Billie Piper 2 3:42
27 Big Big World Emilia 2.5 3:24
28 S Club Party S Club 7 1.5 3:28
29 I Can Make You Feel Good Kavana 3:29
30 I’ve Been Thinking About You Londonbeat 4 3:48
31 Sweet Harmony The Beloved 5:01
32 Steal My Sunshine (single version) LEN 5 3:30
33 I Touch Myself Divinyls 3:45
34 Word Up Gun 4:13
35 Lucky You The Lightning Seeds 4:16
36 Strawberry Fields Forever (radio edit) Candy Flip 4:09
37 Set Adrift on Memory Bliss P.M. Dawn 3:57
38 Addams Groove MC Hammer 3:57
39 Jump (radio edit) Kris Kross 5 3:17
40 Shout (It Out) Louchie Lou & Michie One 3:26
41 The River of Dreams Billy Joel 4.65 4:02
42 Nothing Ever Happens Del Amitri 2.75 3:52
43 Perfect 10 The Beautiful South 2.25 3:37
44 Birdhouse in Your Soul They Might Be Giants 4.55 3:17
45 Tattva Kula Shaker 3.3 3:47
46 Return to Innocence (radio edit) Enigma 4 4:08
47 7 Seconds Youssou N’Dour feat. Neneh Cherry 4:07
48 Only You (Laker Boy mix) (radio edit) Praise 3:45
49 Give Me a Little More Time Gabrielle 4:56
50 Got the Feelin’ (radio edit) Five 2 3:28
Digital Media 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 I’ve Got a Little Something for You MN8 3:39
2 I Want You Back (radio edit) *NSYNC 4.35 3:22
3 Turtle Power Partners in Kryme 4:18
4 Got to Get Rob ’n’ Raz feat. Leila K. 3 3:22
5 Straight From the Heart Doolally 3:36
6 Scatman (Ski‐Ba‐Bop‐Ba‐Dop‐Bop) Scatman John 3:33
7 Doctor Jones Aqua 3.6 3:22
8 Touch Me 49ers 3:45
9 Life (radio edit) Haddaway 2:58
10 U R the Best Thing (Perfecto radio mix) D:Ream 4:04
11 Good Enough Dodgy 4.5 3:58
12 Lovestruck Madness 2 3:50
13 Tequila Terrorvision 3:52
14 Guaglione Pérez Prado and His Orchestra 2:24
15 Would You…? (radio edit) Touch and Go 2.65 3:11
16 Sex on the Beach T‐Spoon 3:44
17 (Mucho Mambo) Sway (radio edit) Shaft 3.35 3:28
18 Feel It The Tamperer featuring Maya 2:58
19 La Primavera (UK radio edit) Sash! 3:11
20 Tetris (7″ mix) Doctor Spin 3:38
21 Cleopatra’s Theme Cleopatra 4:10
22 Monsters and Angels Voice of the Beehive 3:37
23 Hillbilly Rock, Hillbilly Roll The Woolpackers 2:35
24 Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through Meat Loaf 5:51
25 Walkaway Cast 5 3:52
26 Disappointed Electronic 5:41
27 Tell Me When The Human League 2 4:41
28 Happenin’ All Over Again Lonnie Gordon 3:22
29 Arms Around the World Louise 4:06
30 Forever Love Gary Barlow 4:38
31 Don’t Be a Stranger (radio mix) Dina Carroll 4:44
32 Lily Was Here Dave Stewart feat. Candy Dulfer 3 4:20
33 Just Another Day Jon Secada 3 4:18
34 Ain’t That Just the Way Lutricia McNeal 3:23
35 Woman Neneh Cherry 4:31
36 Gone Till November Wyclef Jean 3:29
37 Freak Me Another Level 3:36
38 How Bizarre OMC 4.15 3:46
39 Saltwater Julian Lennon 3:46
40 Isn’t It a Wonder Boyzone 3:45
41 This Is How It Feels Inspiral Carpets 3:12
42 Inbetweener Sleeper 5 3:19
43 Slam Jam WWF Superstars 3:25
44 The Love I Lost West End feat. Sybil 3:27
45 After the Love Has Gone Steps 4:36
46 Sunshine After the Rain Berri 4 3:30
47 Get a Way (airplay mix) Maxx 3:45
48 I’ll Be Back (The Dancefloor Devastation Kick‐Up) Arnee and The Terminators 2:48
49 Something Good Utah Saints 4 5:56
50 Wonderwall The Mike Flowers Pops 2:43

Credits

Digital Media 1

acoustic guitar:
Esbjörn Öhrwall (track 12)
fiddle:
Daniel Collier (fiddler) (track 19)
violin:
Mark Feldman (American violinist) (track 44)
Hammond organ:
Billy Joel (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Hammond organ, piano and synthesizer:
Billy Joel (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
drums (drum set):
Mark Kerr (track 34)
Dave Stead (track 43)
Zachary Alford (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
bass guitar:
Dante Gizzi (track 34)
William Henshall (Londonbeat) (track 30)
trumpet [sampled]:
Frank London (track 44)
synthesizer:
Billy Joel (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
George Chandler (UK vocalist, member of The Olympic Runners & Londonbeat) (track 30)
guitar:
Chuck Anthony (track 7)
Giuliano Gizzi (track 34)
Erwin Keiles (track 19)
Danny Kortchmar (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Mike Tyler (writer, vocal, guitar) (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Dave Rotheray (track 43)
bass:
Tomas Lindberg (Swedish bass player) (track 12)
Sean Welch (track 43)
Lonnie D. Hillyer (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
electric guitar:
John Turnbull (track 30)
John Flansburgh (track 44)
brass:
Kick Horns (track 43)
percussion:
Gary Hammond (percussionist) (track 43)
keyboard:
Per Magnusson (Swedish music producer and songwriter) (track 12)
Damon Butcher (track 43)
Jörgen Elofsson (Also known as Shane) (track 12)
John Linnell (track 44)
piano:
Billy Joel (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
George Chandler (UK vocalist, member of The Olympic Runners & Londonbeat) (track 30)
additional bass:
Jef Lee Johnson (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Chuck Treece (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Mike Tyler (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
additional percussion:
Andy "Funky Drummer" Kravitz (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
additional mixer:
Jeremy Wheatley (UK mix engineer, aka Jim Bob) (track 28)
additional producer:
Jeremy Wheatley (UK mix engineer, aka Jim Bob) (track 28)
Cutfather & Joe (track 19)
additional programming:
Jeff Jacobs (track 41)
additional recording engineer:
David Vartanian (track 21)
additional vocals:
Angel X (track 46)
arranger:
Martin Brannigan (track 19)
assistant engineer:
Adam Barber (track 7)
Martin Czembor (track 7)
Rob Farrell (track 7)
William Garrett (track 18)
Chaz Harper (track 7)
Ken Latchney (track 7)
Charles McCrorey (track 7)
Chris Scard (track 18)
Franco Starnella (track 7)
Daniel Wierup (track 7)
background vocals:
Jacqui Abbott (track 43)
Tracy Ackerman (track 49)
Andy Caine (track 49)
Dave Hemingway (track 43)
Anders von Hofsten (track 12)
John Turnbull (track 30)
Wrecia Ford (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Marlon Saunders (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Frank Simms (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
George Simms (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Crystal Taliefero (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
B. David Whitworth (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Paul Heaton (track 43)
George Chandler (UK vocalist, member of The Olympic Runners & Londonbeat) (track 30)
William Henshall (Londonbeat) (track 30)
John Linnell (track 44)
background vocals arranger:
Crystal Taliefero (track 41)
co-producer:
Joe Belmaati (track 19)
Jerry Duplessis (track 10)
Che Greene (track 10)
Mich Hansen (Cutfather) (track 19)
Joe Nicolo (track 41)
Jörgen Elofsson (Also known as Shane) (track 12)
Julian Gallagher (songwriter, producer) (track 50)
composer:
Christina Amphlett (track 33)
Steve Anderson (producer, in groups Scratch Acid, Brothers in Rhythm, et al) (track 8)
Edward Barton (track 8)
Alison Clarkson (British dance music singer-songwriter) (track 6)
Edie Brickell (track 24)
Curly M.C. (track 46)
Justin Currie (track 42)
Jörgen Elofsson (Also known as Shane) (track 12)
Paul Heaton (track 43)
Billy Joel (track 41)
Tom Kelly (songwriter) (track 33)
Mark McEntee (track 33)
Crispian Mills (track 45)
Brad Roberts (of Crash Test Dummies) (track 21)
Dave Seaman (track 8)
William Steinberg (track 33)
Irving Wallman (track 2)
Alonza Bevan (track 45)
Melanie C (track 22)
Jay Darlington (track 45)
William Jeffrey (track 13)
Ronnie Laws (track 13)
Cameron McVey (track 47)
Jyoti Mishra (track 2)
Rick Nowels (track 22)
Dave Rotheray (track 43)
Jonathan Sharp (UK producer aka Jonny Dollar) (track 47)
Max Wartell (track 2)
Paul Winter-Hart (track 45)
Kenny Withrow (track 24)
editor:
Patrick Murphy (engineer) (track 21)
engineer:
Nick Addison (track 18)
Dan Harjung (track 21)
Ronny Lahti (track 47)
Michael Cretu (track 46)
John Leckie (track 45)
Chris Sheldon (mixer, producer) (track 34)
John Brough (track 43)
guest performer:
Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 10)
guest vocals:
Emma Bunton (track 24)
lead vocals:
Jacqui Abbott (track 43)
Mark Rankin (Gun vocalist) (track 34)
Britney Spears (track 12)
Billy Joel (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Paul Heaton (track 43)
Jimmy Helms (track 30)
John Linnell (track 44)
lyricist:
Paul Allen (US songwriter) (track 13)
Christina Amphlett (track 33)
Steve Anderson (producer, in groups Scratch Acid, Brothers in Rhythm, et al) (track 8)
Edward Barton (track 8)
Alison Clarkson (British dance music singer-songwriter) (track 6)
Edie Brickell (track 24)
Neneh Cherry (track 47)
Bing Crosby (track 2)
Curly M.C. (track 46)
Justin Currie (track 42)
Jörgen Elofsson (Also known as Shane) (track 12)
Paul Heaton (track 43)
Billy Joel (track 41)
Tom Kelly (songwriter) (track 33)
Mark McEntee (track 33)
Crispian Mills (track 45)
Youssou N’Dour (track 47)
Brad Roberts (of Crash Test Dummies) (track 21)
Dave Seaman (track 8)
William Steinberg (track 33)
Irving Wallman (track 2)
mastering:
Greg Calbi (American mastering engineer) (track 47)
mixer:
Roger Moutenot (track 44)
Matt Sime (track 50)
Booga Bear (track 47)
Jon Kelly (track 43)
John Leckie (track 45)
Martyn Phillips (producer, engineer, multi-instrumentalist) (track 30)
Chris Sheldon (mixer, producer) (track 34)
Jeremy Wheatley (UK mix engineer, aka Jim Bob) (track 28)
David Bascombe (track 35)
John Brough (track 43)
Falcon & Fabian (track 47)
Ash Howes (british mixer, writer and musician) (track 18)
Tom Lord‐Alge (track 21)
Phil Nicolo (track 41)
Mads Nilsson (track 19)
Paul Heaton (track 43)
orchestrator:
Ira Newborn (track 41)
performer:
Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 10)
S Club 7 (UK pop group) (track 28)
Neneh Cherry (track 47)
producer:
David Kreuger (track 12)
Booga Bear (track 47)
Crash Test Dummies (track 21)
Michael Cretu (track 46)
Jonny Dollar (UK producer & songwriter) (track 47)
Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads) (track 21)
Jon Kelly (track 43)
Danny Kortchmar (track 41)
Clive Langer (track 44)
John Leckie (track 45)
Kristian Lundin (track 7)
Per Magnusson (Swedish music producer and songwriter) (track 12)
Martyn Phillips (producer, engineer, multi-instrumentalist) (track 30)
Simon Rogers (track 35)
Chris Sheldon (mixer, producer) (track 34)
Marco Soncini (track 3)
Stargate (Norwegian production/songwriting duo) (track 28)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 18)
Alan Winstanley (track 44)
Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 10)
Paul Heaton (track 43)
Max Martin (track 7)
Larry Pignagnoli (track 3)
Yogi (producer Günter Lauke) (track 27)
programming:
David Kreuger (track 12)
recording engineer:
Tommy Lipnick (track 21)
Roger Moutenot (track 44)
Matt Sime (track 50)
remixer:
Cutfather & Joe (track 19)
Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 10)
vocals:
B*Witched (Irish girl group) (track 19)
Billy Joel (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
writer:
Joe Nicolo (track 39)
Tracy Ackerman (track 19)
Tasmin Archer (track 23)
Lindsay Armaou (track 19)
Hugh Atkins (track 28)
Ben Barson (track 49)
John Beck (Writer, producer & musician) (track 23)
Larry Blackmon (track 34)
Lex Blackmore (track 1)
Leroy Bonner (track 39)
Martin Brannigan (track 19)
Richard Breen (track 50)
Ian Broudie (track 35)
Jason Paul Brown (Five) (track 50)
Mary Brown (track 10)
Jimmy Chambers (track 30)
George Chandler (UK vocalist, member of The Olympic Runners & Londonbeat) (track 30)
Sean Conlon (track 50)
Attrell S. Cordes (track 37)
Marc Costanzo (track 32)
Herbie Crichlow (track 7)
Andrew Dean (track 49)
Gregg Diamond (track 32)
Jermaine Dupri (American rapper, record producer, actor & DJ) (track 39)
Emilia Rydberg (Swedish singer Emilia Rydberg (Mitiku), "Big Big World", "Twist of Fate") (track 27)
Richard Evans (US jazz/soul bassist, composer, arranger and producer) (track 1)
John Flansburgh (track 44)
Rob Fusari (track 10)
Louise Gabrielle Bobb (British singer-songwriter) (track 49)
Calvin Gaines (track 10)
Julian Gallagher (songwriter, producer) (track 50)
Daniela Galli (track 3)
Annerley Gordon (track 3)
Berry Gordy, Jr. (track 39)
Terry Hall (track 35)
Ray Hedges (track 19)
Jimmy Helms (track 30)
William Henshall (Londonbeat) (track 30)
Vincent Herbert (track 10)
Tor Erik Hermansen (track 28)
John Hughes (guitarist) (track 23)
Tomi Jenkins (track 34)
Marshall Jones (US bassist & songwriter, member of Ohio Players) (track 39)
Karl Gordon (track 9)
Gary Kemp (track 37)
Shaznay Lewis (track 9)
John Linnell (track 44)
Edele Lynch (track 19)
Keavy Lynch (track 19)
Jim Marr (track 26)
Max Martin (track 7)
Ralph Middlebrooks (track 39)
Bobby Miller (US songwriter & record producer) (track 1)
Alphonso Mizell (track 39)
Walter Morrison (track 39)
Norman Napier (track 39)
Sinéad O’Carroll (track 19)
Wendy Page (track 26)
Paul Sears (Dance music producer) (track 3)
Fred Perren (track 39)
Marvin Pierce (track 39)
Larry Pignagnoli (track 3)
Karen Poole (track 18)
Shelly Poole (british singer/songwriter) (track 18)
Deke Richards (American songwriter and record producer) (track 39)
Hallgeir Rustan (norwegian producer) (track 28)
Andrew Noland (track 39)
Marlena Shaw (track 1)
Richard Stannard (track 50)
Greg Webster (drummer for Ohio Players) (track 39)
Ben Wolff (track 49)
Yogi (producer Günter Lauke) (track 27)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (track 41)
BMG Music Canada Inc. (1993) (track 21)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1993) (track 41)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1993) (track 41)
Rodeo Records (Swedish label) (1998) (track 27)
S Club Ltd. (1999) (track 28)
produced for:
Cheiron Productions (track 12)
publisher:
19 Music Ltd. (track 19)
Anderson Music (track 27)
B. Mikulski Publ. (track 3)
BMG Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 8, 19, 35)
BMG Songs, Inc. (track 32)
Bucks Music Ltd (track 19)
Buddah Music, Inc. (track 32)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 35)
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (tracks 19, 35)
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) (tracks 47, 49)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 28)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 9, 49)
Island Music Ltd. (track 43)
MCA Music Ltd (track 9)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 37)
Perfect Songs (track 49)
PolyGram Music Publishing (tracks 18, 49)
Rhythm King Music (Publishing arm of Rhythm King Records) (track 6)
STL Songs Ltd. (track 9)
Sugar Free Music (track 19)
TMBG Music (track 44)
Universal Music Limited (UK sound recording / publishing company) (track 8)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 42)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 21)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 24)
Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Zomba Music Publishing) (track 7)
Zomba Songs Inc. (track 12)
Impulsive Music (1992) (track 41)
Joelsongs (1992) (track 41)
Door Number Two Music (1993) (track 21)
Dummies Productions Inc. (1993) (track 21)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) (1993) (track 21)
mixed at:
Medley Studio (Danish production, recording, mixing and mastering studio) in Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark (track 19)
produced at:
recorded at:
DJ-mixes:
Rollercoaster (part of “Grandmaster ’98” DJ‐mix) by B*Witched (track 19)
Rollercoaster (part of “Grandmaster: DJ Set Issue 3” DJ‐mix) by B*Witched (track 19)
edits:
Rollercoaster (radio version) by B*Witched (track 19)
Sometimes (radio edit) by Britney Spears (track 12)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
Piss by Neil Cicierega (track 46)
music videos:
S Club Party (full music video, with plot into and outro) by S Club 7 (track 28)
Sometimes by Britney Spears (track 12)
remix of:
sampled by:
Jump on Stage by Girl Talk (track 2)
Ya lo creo by ToteKing (track 21)
samples:
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 408) (order: 408) (track 2)
cover recording of:
Always There (with lyrics) (track 13)
What I Am (track 24)
Word Up! (track 34)
is based on:
My Woman (track 2)
No, No, No, Part 1 (track 10)
True (track 37)
is the basis for:
Mutha Made 'em (track 24)
later parody versions:
Headline News (track 21)
later translated versions:
Hai ↑ (track 34)
recording of:
2 Times (track 3)
7 Seconds (track 47)
Big Big World (track 27)
Bootie Call (track 9)
Confide in Me (track 8)
Got the Feelin’ (track 50)
Honey to the Bee (track 26)
I Am, I Feel (track 18)
I Touch Myself (track 33)
Jump (track 39)
Lucky You (track 35)
Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm (track 21)
No, No, No, Part 2 (track 10)
Northern Star (track 22)
Perfect 10 (track 43)
Remember Me (track 1)
Return to Innocence (track 46)
Rollercoaster (track 19)
S Club Party (track 28)
Sleeping Satellite (track 23)
Sometimes (track 12)
Steal My Sunshine (track 32)
Tattva (track 45)
Your Woman (track 2)
The River of Dreams (1992 – 1993) (track 41)
Give Me a Little More Time (1996) (track 49)
referred to in medleys:
Spice Up Your Backstreet, Boy! (order: 8) (track 7)
Polka Your Eyes Out (order: 13) (track 33)
version of:
Always There (instrumental) (track 13)

Digital Media 2

trumpet:
George Chisholm (jazz trombonist (1915-1997)) (track 38)
guitar:
Wyclef (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 36)
Lee Baker (NZ guitarist) (track 38)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 32)
accordion:
Hershal Herscher (track 38)
additional engineer:
Rick Huntington (track 38)
additional mixer:
Rick Huntington (track 38)
additional translator:
Steve Crosby (track 14)
arranger:
Delgado (Karsten Rene Dahlgaard) (track 7)
Johnny Jam (track 7)
Claus Norreen (track 7)
Søren Rasted (track 7)
assistant engineer:
Brian Dozoretz (track 36)
Rawle Gittens (track 36)
Storm Jefferson (track 36)
Jay Nicholas (track 36)
Alex Olsson (track 36)
Mike Roach (track 36)
background vocals:
Sina Saipaia (track 38)
co-producer:
composer:
Martin Carboo (track 4)
Noel Gallagher (track 50)
Ellie Greenwich (track 46)
Denis Ingoldsby (track 1)
Nel Ust Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 36)
John Larkin (track 6)
Claus Norreen (track 7)
John Power (of The La’s and Cast) (track 25)
Søren Rasted (track 7)
Jim Steinman (track 24)
Markantoney Taylor (track 1)
Jez Willis (track 49)
Anders Øland (track 7)
Dee Dee Halligan (track 9)
Alan Jansson (track 38)
Rasmus Lindwall (track 4)
Pablo Beltrán Ruiz (track 17)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 32)
Louise Wener (track 42)
Robert Waatz (track 4)
Giuseppe Fanciulli (1956) (track 14)
editor:
Tim Gordine (track 15)
engineer:
Robin Evans (track 11)
Helen Woodward (track 11)
John Leckie (track 25)
Alan Jansson (track 38)
guest saxophone:
Candy Dulfer (track 32)
lyricist:
Martin Carboo (track 4)
Noel Gallagher (track 50)
Norman Gimbel (track 17)
Ellie Greenwich (track 46)
Denis Ingoldsby (track 1)
Nel Ust Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 36)
Humphrey G. Mijland (track 16)
John Larkin (track 6)
Leila El Khalifi (Swedish Eurodance singer) (track 4)
Claus Norreen (track 7)
John Power (of The La’s and Cast) (track 25)
Søren Rasted (track 7)
René Dif (track 7)
Jim Steinman (track 24)
Markantoney Taylor (track 1)
Junior Torello (track 9)
Jez Willis (track 49)
Anders Øland (track 7)
Nicola Salerno (1956) (track 14)
mixer:
Warren Riker (track 36)
Delgado (Karsten Rene Dahlgaard) (track 7)
Johnny Jam (track 7)
Hugh Jones (UK producer) (track 11)
John Leckie (track 25)
Gary Bradshaw (track 32)
Stephen Street (track 42)
Claus Norreen (track 7)
Søren Rasted (track 7)
orchestra:
orchestrator:
Sonny Kompanek (track 36)
performer:
Kate Bush (track 49)
Leila K (Swedish Eurodance singer) (track 4)
producer:
Jorge Casas (track 33)
Delgado (Karsten Rene Dahlgaard) (track 7)
Emilio Estefan, Jr. (track 33)
Johnny Jam (track 7)
Wyclef (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 36)
Hugh Jones (UK producer) (track 11)
John Leckie (track 25)
Clay Ostwald (track 33)
Utah Saints (track 49)
Claus Norreen (track 7)
Søren Rasted (track 7)
David Lowe (aka Dreamcatcher) (track 15)
Max Martin (track 2)
Denniz PoP (track 2)
Alan Jansson (track 38)
Dave Stewart (UK guitarist/singer for Eurythmics) (track 32)
recording engineer:
Steve McLaughlin (track 32)
Warren Riker (track 36)
vocals:
Lance Bass (track 2)
JC Chasez (track 2)
Joey Fatone (track 2)
Chris Kirkpatrick (track 2)
*NSYNC (US boy band) (track 2)
Justin Timberlake (track 2)
writer:
James Alpern (track 3)
Gary Barlow (track 30)
Mike Barson (track 12)
Shalamon Baskin (American-born, Belgium-based vocalist) (track 16)
Paul Beckett (track 27)
Neneh Cherry (track 35)
Nigel Clark (of Dodgy) (track 11)
Lance Ellington (Strictly Come Dancing) (track 45)
Pauly Fuemana (track 38)
Remy de Groot (track 16)
Anthony Johnson (a.k.a. Anthony "Teno" Johnson) (tracks 37, 37)
David Lowe (aka Dreamcatcher) (track 15)
Max Martin (track 2)
Cameron McVey (track 35)
Andy Miller (UK guitarist for Dodgy/Hey Gravity) (track 11)
Miguel A. Morejon (track 33)
Roy Murray (Producer, songwriter, keyboardist, worked with Keith Sweat) (tracks 37, 37)
Philip Oakey (track 27)
Denniz PoP (track 2)
Mathew Priest (track 11)
Serge Ramaekers (Belgian producer) (track 16)
Pieradis Rossini (track 8)
Dominic Sas (Belgian 1980/90s new beat & euro house producer) (track 16)
Jon Secada (track 33)
Jonathan Sharp (UK producer aka Jonny Dollar) (track 35)
Keith Sweat (tracks 37, 37)
Mark Topham (track 45)
Karl Twigg (track 45)
phonographic copyright by:
Eligible Music Ltd. (1989) (track 32)
FFRR (1993) (track 49)
Universal Music NZ Ltd. (1995) (track 38)
A&M Records, Ltd. (1996) (track 11)
No More Ltd. Belgium (1997) (track 16)
V2 Music Limited (holding company - do not use as release label) (1998) (track 15)
produced for:
R.C.E. (track 36)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 11, 32)
BMG UFA (not for release label use! this is a music publisher) (track 6)
Cheiron Songs (track 2)
Creation Songs Ltd (track 50)
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) (track 35)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 16)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (track 30)
Edition Scales (track 6)
Eligible Music Ltd. (track 32)
Iceberg Publ. DK (track 6)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 24)
More Music (publisher) (track 16)
Oval Music (track 15)
PolyGram Music Publishing (tracks 25, 38)
Sony Music Publishing (worldwide except Japan, ended 1995) (track 50)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (track 36)
Universal MCA Music Publishing (France) (track 7)
Lost Boys Music (1993 –) (track 24)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (1993 – ????) (track 24)
mixed at:
recorded at:
DJ-mixes:
(Mucho Mambo) Sway by Shaft (track 17)
karaoke versions:
mash-ups:
music videos:
samples:
Cloudbusting by Kate Bush (track 49)
Cloudbusting by Kate Bush (lead vocals) (track 49)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 71) (order: 76) (track 11)
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 79) (order: 85) (track 42)
cover recording of:
Freak Me (track 37)
Sway (track 17)
Wonderwall (1995-11) (track 50)
later parody versions:
Laiva (track 9)
On est barman (track 6)
One More Wall (track 50)
Wonderbra (track 50)
later translated parody versions:
Seinäkukkahumppa (track 50)
later translated versions:
Bambino (track 14)
Rock’n Roll Dreams come through (Japanese version) (track 24)
The Man Who Plays the Mandolino (Guaglione, english version) (track 14)
recording of:
Doctor Jones (track 7)
Forever Love (track 30)
Freak Me (track 37)
Gone Till November (track 36)
Good Enough (track 11)
Got to Get (track 4)
Guaglione (track 14)
How Bizarre (track 38)
I Want You Back (track 2)
Inbetweener (track 42)
Just Another Day (track 33)
Life (track 9)
Lily Was Here (track 32)
Lovestruck (track 12)
Sex on the Beach (track 16)
Something Good (track 49)
Tell Me When (track 27)
Touch Me (track 8)
Turtle Power (track 3)
Walkaway (track 25)
Woman (track 35)
Would You…? (track 15)
referred to in medleys:
I Love the 90’s (track 6)
version of:
¿Quién será? (track 17)

Release Group

part of:NOW 100 Hits ("Now That's What I Call Music!" series spin-off, UK) (order: 8)