Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Don't Give Up
Chicane feat. Bryan Adams 3 3:39
2 Fill Me In
Craig David 3.75 3:51
3 Pure Shores
All Saints 3 4:24
4 Steal My Sunshine
LEN 5 3:59
5 Drinking in L.A.
Bran Van 3000 2 3:39
6 My Favourite Game
The Cardigans 3 3:37
7 You Get What You Give
New Radicals 3 4:41
8 Mama Told Me Not to Come
Tom Jones & Stereophonics 2 3:00
9 The Time Is Now
Moloko 3:58
10 Glorious
Andreas Johnson 3:28
11 Movin' Too Fast
Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson 2 3:56
12 Praise You
Fatboy Slim 3:53
13 No Scrubs
TLC 3.85 3:37
14 Genie in a Bottle
Christina Aguilera 4.35 3:36
15 Keep on Movin'
Five 5 3:17
16 Dirty Water
Made in London 4:36
17 Sun Is Shining
Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe 3 3:53
18 You and Me Song
The Wannadies 4 2:49
19 Central Reservation
Beth Orton 4:03
20 Hush
Kula Shaker 4.65 2:55
21 Trash
Suede 5 4:06
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Let Me Entertain You
Robbie Williams 3:28
2 Pick a Part That's New
Stereophonics 1.5 3:32
3 Everyday Is a Winding Road
Sheryl Crow 4:12
4 Summer Son
Texas 3 4:00
5 To the Moon & Back
Savage Garden 3 4:11
6 Torn
Natalie Imbruglia 4.25 4:02
7 Two Princes
Spin Doctors 4.25 4:14
8 I'll Be There for You
The Rembrandts 3 3:05
9 High
Lighthouse Family 3:43
10 I Love You Always Forever
Donna Lewis 3:37
11 Search for the Hero
M People 1 4:09
12 How Bizarre
OMC 4.2 3:44
13 Dance the Night Away
The Mavericks 3:54
14 Amazed
Lonestar 4:26
15 Kiss Me
Sixpence None the Richer 3.5 3:16
16 17 Again
Eurythmics 4:50
17 Marvellous
The Lightning Seeds 3:29
18 Apparently Nothing
The Brand New Heavies 4:23
19 Crush
Jennifer Paige 2 3:19
20 Breakast at Tiffanies
Deep Blue Something 3:23
21 Connection
Elastica 4.5 2:15

Credits

CD 1

tambourine:
Matt Laug (track 14)
guitar family:
John Goux (track 14)
Bruce Watson (track 14)
additional engineer:
Lars Göransson (1970s Swedish folk singer) (track 6)
additional mixer:
Michael Huff (track 14)
additional producer:
Stephen Hague (track 8)
arranger:
Pam Sheyne (track 14)
David Frank (track 14)
Steve Kipner (track 14)
Guy Roche (track 14)
background vocals:
Christina Aguilera (track 14)
Shelly Peiken (track 14)
composer:
Nick Bracegirdle (track 1)
Orlando Johnson (track 11)
Shaznay Lewis (track 3)
Randy Newman (American singer-songwriter) (track 8)
William Orbit (English musician, composer and record producer) (track 3)
Beth Orton (track 19)
Fabio Raponi (track 11)
Ingo Peter Schwartz (track 11)
Peter Svensson (guitarist, composer, producer; member of The Cardigans) (track 6)
Bryan Adams (track 1)
Ray Hedges (track 1)
Andreas Johnson (track 10)
Joe South (– 1967) (track 20)
engineer:
Bob Kraushaar (track 8)
Ian Taylor (Rock Producer/Engineer) (track 20)
Tore Johansson (track 6)
guest lead vocals:
Bryan Adams (track 1)
lyricist:
Nick Bracegirdle (track 1)
Randy Newman (American singer-songwriter) (track 8)
Beth Orton (track 19)
Bryan Adams (track 1)
Ray Hedges (track 1)
Andreas Johnson (track 10)
Nina Persson (track 6)
Joe South (– 1967) (track 20)
mixer:
David Bascombe (track 21)
Ed Buller (track 21)
Tore Johansson (track 6)
Mark “Spike” Stent (producer, engineer) (track 3)
Dave Way (track 14)
performer:
Craig David (track 2)
Romina Johnson (track 11)
Stereophonics (track 8)
producer:
Marshall Bird (track 8)
Steve Bush (engineer/mixer) (track 8)
David Frank (track 14)
Stephen Harris (mixer/producer) (track 20)
Steve Kipner (track 14)
Crispian Mills (track 20)
William Orbit (English musician, composer and record producer) (track 3)
Nille Perned (track 18)
Guy Roche (track 14)
Tore Johansson (track 6)
programming:
Guy Roche (track 14)
Sean Spuehler (track 3)
recording engineer:
David Frank (track 14)
Steve Kipner (track 14)
Mario Luccy (track 14)
vocals:
Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 8)
writer:
Gregg Alexander (track 7)
Brett Anderson (Suede) (track 21)
Christina Bergmark (track 18)
Pam Sheyne (track 14)
Bran Van 3000 (track 5)
Richard Breen (track 15)
Jason Paul Brown (Five) (track 15)
Sean Conlon (track 15)
Norman Cook (track 12)
Marc Costanzo (track 4)
Craig David (track 2)
James Di Salvio (track 5)
Gregg Diamond (track 4)
David Frank (track 14)
Julian Gallagher (songwriter, producer) (track 15)
Mark Hill (British artist, songwriter and producer) (track 2)
Kandi (US R&B singer-songwriter, actress & record producer Kandi Burruss) (track 13)
Gunnar Karlsson (The Wannadies) (track 18)
Steve Kipner (track 14)
Duane Larson (track 5)
Rick Nowels (track 7)
Richard Oakes (track 21)
Fredrik Schönfeldt (track 18)
Stefan Schönfeldt (track 18)
Haig Vartzbedian (track 5)
Pär Wiksten (track 18)
Camille Yarbrough (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
Indolent Records Ltd. (1995) (track 18)
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (1998) (track 7)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing (NYC-based headquarters, with national subsidiaries under it) (track 15)
BMG Rights Management (France) SARL (for imprints, please use "BMG Rights Management") (track 21)
BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. (not for release label use! file releases under its imprint "BMG Chrysalis") (track 21)
BMG Songs, Inc. (track 4)
Buddah Music, Inc. (track 4)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 15)
Emi Music Inc. (track 7)
Maat Music Inc. (track 12)
Sony/ATV (track 1)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track 15)
Universal Music Publishing France (not for release label use!) (track 21)
Universal Music Publishing Group Japan (work publisher - do NOT use as a release label) (track 21)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 21)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 2)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (tracks 2, 14)
DJ-mixes:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
A Stroke of Genius (The Strokes vs. Christina Aguilera) (part of a “As Heard on Radio Soulwax, Part 6” DJ‐mix) by The Freelance Hellraiser (track 14)
Busta by Neil Cicierega (track 13)
music videos:
part of:
Anti-Hit List: August 27, 1996 (number: 10) (track 21)
cover recording of:
Hush (South, Royal, Deep Purple) (track 20)
Mama Told Me (Not to Come) (1999) (track 8)
is the basis for:
Sun Is Shining (track 17)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Sun Is Shining (track 17)
later versions:
Sun Is Shining (new lyrics Kaya version) (track 17)
recording of:
Central Reservation (track 19)
Don’t Give Up (track 1)
Drinking in L.A. (track 5)
Fill Me In (track 2)
Genie in a Bottle (track 14)
Glorious (track 10)
Keep on Movin’ (track 15)
Movin’ Too Fast (track 11)
My Favourite Game (track 6)
No Scrubs (track 13)
Praise You (track 12)
Pure Shores (track 3)
Steal My Sunshine (track 4)
Sun Is Shining (original version) (track 17)
Trash (track 21)
You and Me Song (track 18)
referred to in medleys:
Green Onions / Hush (track 20)

CD 2

drums (drum set), Hammond organ and percussion:
Aaron Comess (track 7)
bass guitar:
Mark White (Spin Doctors) (track 7)
trumpet:
George Chisholm (jazz trombonist (1915-1997)) (track 12)
guitar:
Lee Baker (NZ guitarist) (track 12)
Eric Schenkman (track 7)
percussion:
Alex Acuña (track 19)
keyboard:
Andy Goldmark (track 19)
accordion:
Hershal Herscher (track 12)
guitar family:
Kevin Dukes (track 19)
additional composer:
David Crane (track 8)
Marta Kauffman (track 8)
Phil Solem (track 8)
Danny Wilde (track 8)
additional engineer:
Rick Huntington (track 12)
additional instruments:
Jimmy Bralower (track 19)
additional mixer:
Rick Huntington (track 12)
arranger:
Andy Goldmark (track 19)
background vocals:
Jennifer Paige (track 19)
Sina Saipaia (track 12)
composer:
Tunde Baiyewu (track 9)
Stuart Cable (track 2)
Eddie Campbell (Scottish keyboardist for Texas/The Incredible Blondes) (track 4)
Scott Cutler (track 6)
Justine Frischmann (track 21)
Alan Jansson (track 12)
Richard Jones (Welsh bassist for Stereophonics) (track 2)
Anne Preven (track 6)
Michael Skloff (track 8)
Matt Slocum (lead guitarist for Sixpence None the Richer) (track 15)
Sharleen Spiteri (track 4)
Phil Thornalley (track 6)
Paul Tucker (track 9)
Robbie Williams (track 1)
Ian Broudie (track 17)
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
Robert Hodgens (track 4)
Kelly Jones (Welsh guitarist vocalist for the Stereophonics) (track 2)
Johnny McElhone (track 4)
engineer:
Frank Aversa (track 7)
Alan Jansson (track 12)
Marc Waterman (track 21)
Spin Doctors (track 7)
guest background vocals:
John Popper (track 7)
lead vocals:
Natalie Imbruglia (track 6)
Jennifer Paige (track 19)
lyricist:
Eddie Campbell (Scottish keyboardist for Texas/The Incredible Blondes) (track 4)
Justine Frischmann (track 21)
Anne Preven (track 6)
Matt Slocum (lead guitarist for Sixpence None the Richer) (track 15)
Sharleen Spiteri (track 4)
Paul Tucker (track 9)
Robbie Williams (track 1)
Ian Broudie (track 17)
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 1)
Robert Hodgens (track 4)
Kelly Jones (Welsh guitarist vocalist for the Stereophonics) (track 2)
Johnny McElhone (track 4)
Allee Willis (track 8)
mixer:
Peter Denenberg (track 7)
Spin Doctors (track 7)
Al Clay (track 2)
Nigel Godrich (track 6)
Frankie LaRocka (track 7)
Alan Moulder (producer and engineer) (track 21)
Dave Way (track 19)
producer:
Frank Aversa (track 7)
Marshall Bird (track 2)
Steve Bush (engineer/mixer) (track 2)
Peter Denenberg (track 7)
Andy Goldmark (track 19)
Alan Jansson (track 12)
Phil Thornalley (track 6)
Marc Waterman (track 21)
Spin Doctors (track 7)
Frankie LaRocka (track 7)
recording engineer:
Andy Goldmark (track 19)
vocals:
Chris Barron (track 7)
writer:
Carleen Anderson (track 18)
Chris Barron (track 7)
Kevin Clark (UK house/techno producer) (track 19)
Aaron Comess (track 7)
Berny Cosgrove (track 19)
Sheryl Crow (track 3)
Pauly Fuemana (track 12)
Andy Goldmark (track 19)
Marv Green (American country singer / songwriter and composer) (track 14)
Darren Hayes (track 5)
Daniel Jones (Australian singer/producer of Savage Garden) (track 5)
Chris Lindsey (Country music songwriter) (track 14)
Brian MacLeod (American drummer) (track 3)
Aimee Mayo (American songwriter) (track 14)
Mark Mueller (track 19)
Marco Nelson (track 18)
Eric Schenkman (track 7)
Jeff Trott (track 3)
Mark White (Spin Doctors) (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1991) (track 7)
Telstar Records Plc (1996 –) (track 7)
BMG Entertainment International UK & Ireland Ltd. (for © & ℗ copyright use only; file no releases here!) (1997 –) (track 6)
publisher:
BMG 10 Music Ltd. (track 4)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 6)
My So-Called Music (track 15)
Squint Songs (track 15)
Trottsky Music (track 3)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 9)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 3)
Weenie Stand Music (track 3)
BMG VM Music Ltd. (2013-05 –) (track 1)
mash-ups:
Giving It Away @ 17 by dj BC (track 16)
remasters:
17 Again by Eurythmics (track 16)
cover recording of:
Torn (track 6)
later parody versions:
Too Pregnant (track 7)
Two Dicks (track 7)
later translated parody versions:
Eläkeläiset (track 7)
later translated versions:
Zwei Prinzen (track 7)
recording of:
17 Again (track 16)
Amazed (track 14)
Connection (track 21)
Crush (track 19)
High (track 9)
How Bizarre (track 12)
I’ll Be There For You (theme from ‘Friends’) (track 8)
Kiss Me (track 15)
Marvellous (track 17)
Summer Son (track 4)
Two Princes (track 7)