They are categorised by series country , then ordered by date. Now Volumes 1 through to 18 and 20 were released on VHS. The first two Now albums were also issued on LaserDisc.
Every video tape had a typical running time of roughly one hour. From to , the videos were published on DVD with a frequency of one per year. The DVDs are numbered by year and not linked to album numbers.
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The first Now was released on 28 November  and featured 30 UK hit singles from that year on a double vinyl LP or cassette. Although the compilation of recent hit songs into a single release was not a new concept K-tel and Ronco , for example, had been issuing various-artist compilations for some years , this was the first time that two major record labels had collaborated on such a venture. Virgin agreed to a deal with EMI , which allowed a greater number of major hits to be included the first album in the series included a total of "eleven number ones" on its sleeve.
The two series co-existed for the rest of the s, but when Universal joined the collaboration the Now! By , Now , Hits , and other various-artist compilation albums were occupying such a large fraction of the UK Albums Chart that a separate UK Compilation Chart was created to restrict the Albums Chart to releases by a single act.
Over a hundred "main series" not including spin-off and special edition albums have been released to date. The UK series has followed a double-album format throughout the series many other foreign franchises of the Now! Previously, the series had been available on vinyl , cassette and MiniDisc , until these formats declined in popularity. Peter Duckworth and Steve Pritchard have been managing the Now! Mark Goodier has voiced the Now! Targeting a broad age group, the channel used to play current popular music in the daytime and hits from its year back catalogue in the evenings.
Its success has led to two more branded channels exploring decades, Now 90s on 27 December , replacing Chilled TV, and Now 70s on 27 December , replacing Total Country. This does not include any uncredited appearances in groups or on charity records. Although starting out on only vinyl records and cassette tapes, the formats on which the albums have been released have changed over the years:.
The record labels which make up the UK series have changed over the years but have always been controlled by EMI and Virgin Records , although Virgin Records' logo was last featured on Now! Numerous different versions of the Now! Volume one was released in a year after the original UK series launched.Browse the iconic range of Now That's What I Call kasupptomalecga.erecriconfutaravareclaconna.co cD and Vinyl with FREE UK delivery at kasupptomalecga.erecriconfutaravareclaconna.co